Conference on International Communication of Chinese Culture: World Value of Chinese Culture

Beijing, PRC
27 – 28th Nov 2015
Deadline: 15th May 2015

Academy for International Communication of Chinese Culture, Beijing Normal University, invites scholars from a variety of backgrounds (Sinology, Cultural Studies, Sociology, International Relations, Arts, Communication, Demography, Geography, Musicology, Film Studies, Anthropology, History etc.) to propose sessions and papers for the Conference on International Communication of Chinese Culture: World Value of Chinese Culture
(Deadline extended to 15th May 2015)

Conference Venue:

Jingshi Conference Hall, Beijing Normal University, 19 Xinjiekou Wai Street, Beijing, China 100875

Conference Language:

English & Chinese

Conference Organizer:

AICCC, Beijing Normal University
Keynote speaker: Professor Huang Huilin, Dean of AICCC, BNU
               Roger T. Ames, professor of University of Hawaii
             Torbjörn Lodén, professor of Stockholm University
               more speakers still to be announced

Conference Theme:

Chinese excellent traditional culture played an important role in East Asia economic growth, social governance, ethics in the integration, and aroused great concern of Confucianism. Chinese splendid traditional culture provided modern spiritual and cultural values of global significance on the world today. Within Chinese traditional culture, “people are the most valuable among all the things ” to respect and uphold human values, dignity prominent position on the human spirit; the “Benevolence, Righteousness, Propriety, Wisdom and Trustworthiness” moral character, morality, spiritual integrity; “A scholar must be firm, has a long way to go” encouraging individuals to society, the state and the nation’s morality play; “harmony” of the world, life and the universe. The coexistence of the symbiotic Chinese cultural values and national spirit is reflected in the era of interdependence handle basic principles of international relations indispensable. Fine traditional Chinese culture and values of the world will certainly have a major impact to create a harmonious multiculturalism.

This conference aims to explore the impact and role of Chinese culture to the world in the context of globalization and the value of Chinese culture that will be generated in the future, reflects the reality of differences and conflicts Chinese culture and other cultures, and explore mutual communication, understanding, respect for diversity based on the paths of development in the world. The conference also aims to help with the dialogue and cooperation between scholars around the world.

To promote the international communication of Chinese culture, AICCC has successfully organized four annual international conferences since its establishment in 2010. With the rich experience and latest research on international communication of Chinese culture from the conferences, AICCC has become an important platform for the researches on cross-cultural studies about sharing Chinese culture globally.

We wish to see a happy feast of new thoughts and ideas on the building of world value of Chinese culture from respected scholars and students, theorists and practitioners from domestic and abroad.

Conference paper submission includes two stages: submission of paper title, abstract and author’s bio; full paper submission.

Deadlines:

The deadline for the Call for Sessions and paper title, abstracts (300 words)and author’s bio:
15th May 2015
Information for notification of acceptance and conference registration:
31st May 2015
The deadline for the first edition of full paper submissions(peer reviewed by ICCC): 31st July 2015
The deadline for the final full paper submissions:  
31st September 2015

Submission:

Please email submissions to aiccc@bnu.edu.cn

Publishing Opportunity

After peer review, the selected papers in Chinese will be published in Anthology “Third Pole Culture” that will be published by Beijing Normal University Press. The selected English papers will be published in issues of International Communication of Chinese Culture (ISSN: 2197-4233 (print version), ISSN: 2197-4241 (electronic version)), 2015 or 2016. This journal is free access and fully sponsored by AICCC. No hidden charges for authors.

Registration Fees: free

Note: Participants will cover all their personal costs, including transportation, accommodation, visa, etc. AICCC provides participants with invitation letters for visa if necessary. The conference registration starts from 31st May 2015.

For detailed information see confe­rence website or contact us at the e-mail: aiccc@bnu.edu.cn

 

Official Website:

        aiccc.bnu.edu.cn, will open soon.

 

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