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EACS NewsletterJuly 1996 #10 Copy deadline for the next issue is the 15 September 1996CHANGE OF EDITOR AND ADDRESS FOR THIS NEWSLETTER. After starting up this newsletter and editing it for two and a half years I am handing over the task to Marja Kaikkonen at the Institute of Oriental Languages at Stockholm University. I hope that in its modest way the Newsletter has helped European sinologists to keep in touch with each other and with other China-related activities in Europe. And I hope that everyone will continue to support and encourage the new editor/compiler. I want to thank everyone who has made the compilation of this newsletter possible. Without the cooperation of the Association's members it would not have been possible to gather together so much information. Other administrative addresses remain the same, so continue to send your membership cheques and change of address to Brunhild Staiger in Hamburg. With thanks, Laura Rivkin The new editorial address is: Marja Kaikkonen Institute of Oriental Languages, University of Stockholm S10691 Stockholm, Sweden tel +46-8-16-14-12, fax +46-8-16-14-12 email email@example.com Marja works on an Apple so send information by fax, email or MAC compatible diskettes. Change of address information and ALL subscription payments should be sent to Brunhild Staiger in Hamburg. New members in addition should send application forms to Rudolf Wagner in Heidelberg. Other business of the EACS should be sent either to Professor Wagner in Heidelberg or Professor Bastid-Bruguière in Paris. Contributions for the Newsletter should be sent to Marja Kaikkonen in Stockholm. ALL RELEVANT ADDRESSES ARE ON THE BACK PAGE OF THIS NEWSLETTER AND/OR ON THE MEMBERSHIP APPLICATION FORM which you should find enclosed with this Newsletter. ****************************************** Latest EACS bibliographic survey: Russian Sinology EACS Survey #4, 1996 Sponsored by the European Association of Chinese Studies and conducted by the Russian Academy, Association of Sinology This 176 page survey presents entries for 43 institutions, providing addresses and information on staff, structure, curricula, research activities, publications and library holdings. It also lists some 400 China specialists along with their academic degrees, current affiliation, printed books and recent major publications. Besides Russia, information includes Chinese studies in Kazakhstan, Kirgizstan, Ukraine and Uzbekistan. One free copy has been sent to all EACS subscribing members. Extra copies may be ordered from: Marianne Bruguière, 92 boulevard de Port Royal, 75005 Paris, France. The order must be accompanied by an international money order in her name, of ff70 for postage by surface mail, or ff90 for air mail postage. CHIANG CHING-KUO GRANTS 1995-1996: European Recipients(A) INSTITUTIONAL ENHANCEMENT London University, School of Oriental & African Studies (UK); Cataloguing and conservation of the Robert Morrison Collection of Chinese Books. One-year project. Amount $71,600. Heidelberg University (Germany); Thirteen classics database acquisition. One-year project. Amount $60,000. Museum of Applied Arts, Budapest (Hungary); Acquisition of Chinese books to the Museum's library for the support of the study and the publication of the Chinese collection in the Ferenc HOPP Museum of Eastern Asiatic Arts. One-year project. Amount $3,636. (B) RESEARCH GRANTS Centre National de la Reserche Scientifique (France); Etude et publication des romans coreens écrits en chinois. Three-year project. Amount $102,000. Ecole pratique des Hautes Etudes (France); Database of Chinese rubbings in European collections. Three-year project. Amount $104,800. Philipps-Universität, Marburg (Germany); The role of literature in the search for cultural identity at a time of challenge and transition as reflected in Hsiao-shuo yueh-pao [Fiction monthly], 1910-1915. Two-year project. Amount $83,798. National Gallery, Department of Asian Arts (Czech Republic); Cataloguing of the Chinese painting collection in the National Gallery, Prague. Three-year project. Amount $16,000. Needham Research Institute, Cambridge (UK); The first narcotic: confronting opium in late imperial China (pilot project). One-year project. Amount $9,150. (C) CONFERENCES and SEMINARS Universitat Pompeu Fabra (Spain); China and the outer world. One-year project. Amount $10,000. Seminar für Orientalische Sprachen, Universität Bonn (Germany); Zhu Guang-jian, Zong Bai-hua and Chinese aesthetics moving towards the 21st century. One year project. Amount $25,000. Cambridge University, Faculty of Oriental Studies, (UK) with the Institute of History and Philology, Academia Sinica (Taiwan); Military thought and practice in China. One-year project. Amount $13,580. Ecole Française d'Extrême Orient (France); Local ritual, music and theatre in their social context. One-year project. Amount $25,000. (D) SUBSIDIES FOR PUBLICATION Russian Academy of Sciences, Institute of Oriental Studies. Ancient China, volume 2, Ch'un ch'iu China. One-year project. Amount $8,000. Ruhr-Universität Bochum (Germany); Qian Mu: reflections on history and culture. One-year project. $7,190. London University, School of Oriental & African Studies (UK); Publication of a volume of papers on new discoveries and studies in Chinese archaeology. One-year project. Amount $8,000. (E) CCK FELLOWSHIPS A. Post-doctoral fellowships Cai HUA, l'Ecole des Hautes Etudes en Sciences Sociales (France); The visit system in three matrilineal societies: a comparative study. Amount $18,000. Beatrice, DAVID, Centre National de la Recherche Scientifique (France); Diversity and unity among the Han ethnic group: culture of lingnan: an anthropological study of local sub-groups of Han in Guangxi. Amount $36,000. Franz-Rudolph SCHMIDT; University of Gottingen (Germany); A history of amazement: amazement and doubt in the works of pre-Sui time (220-589) natural history. Amount $36,000. Martin STEVENSON; Stockholm University (Sweden); Divination, ideology and the poetic text: the development of a literary hermeneutics in ancient China. Amount $36,000. B. PhD DISSERTATION FELLOWSHIPS Elisabeth ALLES; L'Ecole des Hautes Etudes en Sciences Sociales (France); The forms of Hui identity today in China. Amount $14,400. Gu XIN, Leiden University (Netherlands); Towards the new institutional pluralism: the Chinese intellectual group life in the changing relationship between state and society (1978-1989). Amount $14,400. Elisabeth Köll, Oxford University (UK); The capital of trust and reputation: Zhan Jian (1853-1926) and his business in Nantong. Amount $14,400. Valeries LAVOIX, Ecole Pratique des Hautes Etudes (France). A historian and critic of Chinese ancient poetry: Liu Hsieh (c465-c521), author of Wen-hsin tiao-long. Amount $14,400. Tatiana MUIR, Institute of Oriental Studies, St Petersburg (Russia). Beijing musical drama zajiu on the Chinese theatre popular prints nianhua. Amount $7,200. Terence Soo-hung TSAI, Cambridge University; Environmentalism in organizational decision-making; the cases of multinational corporations in China and Taiwan. Amount $14,400. ON-LINE ACCESS to 25 Dynastic Histories Database and 13 Classics with Commentaries Database The Institute of Chinese Studies, University of Heidelberg has benefitted from a grant of the CCK Foundation to install the complete 25 Dynastic Histories Database in its on-line UNIX server. The database has been compiled by the Institute of History and Philology, Academia Sinica, Taiwan. Under a contract with the Academia Sinica, users from within Europe can get free online access to the database. At present 25 Institutes and individual users in all parts of Europe are already making use of this option. They operate with MAC or DOS systems, and have the access either invidually or open in their library premises for scholars to use. Some individual scholars use the database through commercial Internet access channels. The Heidelberg Institute encourages Institutes as well as individual researchers to make use of this extraordinary ressource. The CCK Foundation has now given a grant to the Heidelberg Institute to also load a second database from the Academia Sinica into the server for public access in Europe, the 13 Classics with Commentaries Database, which has been completed only recently. It will become available later this year through the same channel. Scholars and Institutions interested in this extraordinary scholarly ressource should contact Mr. Hahn at the Heidelberg Institute (firstname.lastname@example.org) via e-mail to get a password as well as information on the necessary software and installation routines for accessing this database (these databases). Information about the technical requirements and the program files necessary to access the database will be found on the Institute's World Wide Web homepage site (http://sun.sino.uni-heidelberg.de/sin/) The Institute will provide guidance and help in the installation process. Scholars interested in a first-hand experience with this database will have the opportunity of accessing it directly during the EACS Conference in Barcelona. Rudolf G.Wagner ************************************* SEMINARS & CONFERENCES COPENHAGEN -- 2nd announcement ORAL TRADITIONS: -- 'Oral literature in modern China' will be held from the 29-31 AUGUST 1996. Contact: Dr Bibeke Børdahl, NIAS, Leifsgade 33, DK-2300 Copenhagen S, Denmark, fax +45+358+32-96-25-30. BARCELONA CHINESE STUDIES: -- The European Association for Chinese Studies (EACS) is holding their bi-annual conference from the 4-7 SEPTEMBER 1996. See this newsletter for more information. BEIJING BUSINESS: -- 'Chinese business networks in global and comparative perspective' will be held from the 10-12 SEPTEMBER 1996. A conference organized by the NIAS in cooperation with CASS. Contact: Dr Børge Bakken or Professor Thommy Svensson, NIAS, Leifsgade 33, DK-2300 Copenhagen S, Denmark, fax +45+32-96-25-30. HEIDELBERG LIBRARIES: -- The European Association of Sinological Librarians (EASL) is holding their annual meeting from the 11-14 SEPTEMBER 1996 at the Institute of Chinese Studies at the University of Heidelberg. Contact: David Helliwell, Chinese Section, Bodleian Library, Oxford, OX1 3BG, tel 44+1865+277-032, fax +44+1865+277-029. CAMBRIDGE -- 2nd announcement CHINESE STUDIES: -- The British Association for Chinese Studies (BACS) is holding their annual conference from the 20-22 SEPTEMBER 1996 at Newnham College, Cambridge University. This year's theme is 'Forms of authority in Chinese culture'. Contact: Dr Jenny Putin, 152 Buxton Road, Macclesfield, Cheshire SK10 1NG, England, tel 44+1625+430-543, email email@example.com. BONN LANGUAGE & LINGUISTICS: -- Internationales Symposium, (IX.Tagung zum modernen Chinesischunterricht). 'Fachsprachen des Chinesischen und ihre Didaktik', 1-4 OKTOBER 1996, Sankt Augustin bei Bonn. Themenbereiche: Chinesische Fachsprachen in Wirtschaft, Politik, Recht, Technik, Naturwissenschaften, Philosophie, Religion, Medizin, Sport u.a. Diachronische und synchronisches Forschung. Lexikalische, grammatische, semantische und pragmatische Aspekte Fragen de Terminologie, Standarisierung und Normung Didaktische Konzepte und Methoden, Lehr- und Hilfsmaterialien Konferenzsprachen: Deutsch, Chinesisch und Englisch. Anmeldungen Inland: Dr Volker Klöpsch, Moderne China-Studien, Universität Köln, Albertus-Magnus-Platz, D-50931 Köln, tel: (0221) 470-5412/14, fax (0221) 470-5406 Anmeldungen Ausland: Dr Peter Kupfer, Fachverband Chinesisch, Postfach 1421, D-76714 Germersheim, fax +49+7274+508-429, (Universität Mainz, FB 23) WEST SUSSEX, ENGLAND INTERNATIONAL RELATIONS: -- 'China's international role: friction or cooperation?' A Wilton Park conference to be held from the 9-13 DECEMBER 1996. Contact: Wilton Park conferences, tel+44+1903+815-020, fax +44+1903+815-931. ABERDEEN, SCOTLAND -- 2nd announcement JAMES LEGGE/CLASSICAL LITERATURE: -- 'James Legge: the heritage of China and the west' will be held from the 8-12 APRIL 1997 at the University of Aberdeen. Contact: Dr Norman Stockman, Chinese Studies Group, Dept of Sociology, University of Aberdeen, AB9 2UB, Scotland, tel 44+1224+272-761. CHICAGO ASIAN STUDIES: -- the 1997 AAS annual conference will be held in Chicago from the 13-16 MARCH at the Sheraton Chicago Hotel, Cityfront Center. BUDAPEST ASIAN STUDIES: -- 35th ICANAS (International Congress of Asian and North African Studies) will be held in from the 7-12 JULY 1997. It is being organized by the Korösi Csoma Society and the Eötvös Loránd University. The general theme of the congress is 'Oriental studies in the 20th century: the state of the art'. The general sections are arranged by geographic area as follows: Orient and Asia in antiquity Near and Middle East and North Africa the Caucasus Central Asia and related areas South Asia Southeast Asia East Asia Recent history and contemporary Asia and North Africa For more information contact: Tamás Ivanyi, ELTE - Korösi Csoma Társaság, H-1088 Budapest, Múzeum krt. 4/B, Hungary, fax (361) 266-5699, email firstname.lastname@example.org. ************************************************* INSTITUTIONAL & MISCELLANEOUS NEWS Center of Modern China-Studies at Cologne University, Germany In recent years, Cologne University has established a Center of Modern Chinese Studies with chairs for: political, social and economic studies of modern China (Professor Thomas Scharping), modern Chinese literature and thought (Professor Lutz Bieg), and Chinese law (Professor Robert Heuser). The Center is conducting research activities in these areas and is sponsoring an inter-faculty program of modern China studies. It has begun publishing a number of studies on recent developments in China, among them books on Chinese population policies and recent legislation in China. These have been based on field research in China and cooperation with the Chinese Academy of Social Sciences and various provincial institutions. Thomas Scharping conducted a joint survey with the State Statistical Bureau of China on migration to Shenzhen and Foshan in Guangdong province. He organized an international conference on "Migration and floating population in China" in Cologne from 2-4 May 1996. The meeting was supported by the Volkswagen Foundation and brought together scholars from mainland China, Taiwan, the US, Britain, the Netherlands and Germany. For further information please contact: Thomas Scharping, Modern China-Studies, Cologne University, Albertus-Magnus-Platz, D-50923 Köln, Germany, tel +49+221+4705-4202, fax +49+221+470-5406, email email@example.com . *************************************** Visiting scholarships - modern Asia centre, Budapest The Modern Asia Centre, located at the Technical University of Budapest, is in the process of being established through a joint effort of East European governments, corporations, and academia. Its primary purpose will be to serve Eastern Europe's need for qualified manpower in Asia-related spheres of government and business and to provide a forum for strategically relevant cooperative research programmes, particularly in the fields broadly related to foreign, economic, and security policy. The Centre is intended to be a source for renewal of Asian studies in Eastern Europe by drawing them closer into the fold of international academic cooperation. The post-graduate programme, offering a master's degree in Asian studies, is planned to start in January 1997. The Modern Asia Centre invites applications for three Visiting Scholarships to last one or two semesters, effective from the launch of the post-graduate programme. Renewal is possible. Visiting Scholars will be expected to engage in advanced research and teach an average of two post-graduate courses per semester: one review course and one in their respective areas of research. They will also be expected to supervise post-graduate students. All applicants with strong research and teaching credentials will be considered, but preference will be given to applicants in political science, economics, business, sociology, and cultural anthropology. Visiting Scholarships include a monthly honorarium of Ft 60,000 (US$400) and accommodation including utilities. Expatriate living expenses in Budapest, excluding accommodation, are estimated at Ft 35-40,000 per month. Qualified applicants should send an application letter with a curriculum vitae, including a list of publications and a detailed description of courses taught, and three letters of reference to Pal Nyiri, 73 rue St-Bernard, 1060 Bruxelles, Belgium, or by fax to (322) 456-2889, email firstname.lastname@example.org ***************************************************** New editor for China Quarterly Dr David Shambaugh, formerly senior lecturer in Chinese politics at the School of Oriental & African Studies and editor of China Quarterly has been appointed professor of political science and international affairs, and director of the Sigur Center for East Asian Studies at George Washington University in Washington D.C. He takes up his new post in August. Dr Richard Edmonds, reader in the Geography Department, and director of the Contemporary China Institute at SOAS, is taking over as editor of China Quarterly. ********************************************** The International Institute for Asian Studies, on behalf of the European Science Foundation, will be publishing the results of its survey of European Asian scholars, GUIDE TO ASIAN STUDIES IN EUROPE '96 (GASE). Anyone who not yet sent in their details to the survey must do so as soon as possible. In order to achieve a representative survey everyone involved in Chinese studies in Europe is urged to submit their biographical details. Deadlines for additions and amendments to the list must be received by the 15 September. Contact: Marianne Langehenkel or Tina Titahena, IIAS, PO Box 9515, 2300 RA Leiden, the Netherlands, tel 31+71+527-22-27, fax 31+71+527-41-62, email email@example.com, www: http//iias.leidenuniv.nl . ********************************************** MEMBERS' PUBLICATIONS Please note that if information is mailed/faxed/e-mailed to me I will list any new or forthcoming monographs authored by any member of the EACS regardless of publisher. However, information about monograph titles published by small presses are particularly welcomed and encouraged. Could members who have recently (since 1994) submitted their PhD dissertation or who know of others who have done so, please send in details of it. We are pleased to include this information as otherwise it can be difficult find bibliographic information on theses. (A parallel title in English is useful, but not essential.) Many thanks. ALLIO, Fiozella Rituel, territoire et pouvoir local: le procession du "pays" de Sai-kang (Tainan, Taiwan). PhD dissertation. Nanterre - Paris X: Dèpartement d'Ethnologie et de Sociologie Comparative, 1996. BERG, Daria The Xingshi yinyuan zhuan: a study of Utopia and the perception of the world in seventeenth-century Chinese discourse. DPhil dissertation. Oxford: Institute for Chinese Studies, University of Oxford, 1994. FEI, Hsin. Hsing-ch'a sheng-lan, the overall survey of the Star Raft. Translated by J.V.G.Mills, revised, edited and annotated by Roderich Ptak. [Series: South China and maritime Asia 4]. Wiesbaden: Harrassowitz, 1996, isbn 3-447-03798-9. HABERZETTL, Peter and PTAK, Roderich. Macu: geographie, geschichte, wirtschaft und kultur, ein handbuch. [Series: South China and maritime Asia 3]. Wiesbaden: Harrassowitz, 1995, isbn 3-447-03673-7. HANSEN, Mette Halskov Lessons in patriotism: state education and ethnic identity among Naxi and Tai in south-west China. PhD dissertation. Aarhus: Department of East Asian Studies, 1996. HOPPE, Thomas Die ethnischen gruppen Xinjiangs: kulturunterschiede und interethnische beziehungen. Hamburg: Institut für Asienkunde, nr.258. DM 564. HUANG, Paulos Lao Zi: the book and the man. PhD dissertation. Helsinki: Studia Orientalia 79. Edited by the Finnish Oriental Society, 1996. HUANG, Paulos (ed) Han yu ji qi fang yan he zhong guo de min zu yu yan [Chinese, its dialects and languages of nationalities in China]. Guyang: Hua xia song zhu mei shu she, 1996. LI, Xueqin and ALLAN, Sarah Ou zhou suo cang zhong guo qing tong qi yi zhu [Chinese bronzes: a selection from European Collections]. Bei jing: Wen wu chu ban, 1995. MENEGON, Eugenio Un solo cielo: Giulio Aleni S.J. (1582-1649): geografia, arte, scienza, religione dall'Europa alla cina [One heaven: Giulio Aleni S.J., geography, art, science, religion from Europe to China]. Brescia: Grafo, 1994, ISBN: 88-7385-228-9. To order: Fondazione Civilta' Bresciana, Vicolo San Giuseppe, 5-25122, Brescia, Italy. Fax 39+30+377-4365. SENGER, Harro von O livro dos estratagemas: táticas para o triunfo e a sobraviência na vida pesseal e nos negócios. Rio de Janeiro: Ediouro S.A., 1996, isbn 85-00-62874-X. WRIGHT, David The transmission of western science to China 1840-1900. PhD dissertation. London: School of Oriental & African Studies, University of London, 1995. ***************************************************** Two WEB site for EACS Newsletter: The European Association for Chinese Studies has started up its own homepage. It contains the EACS Newsletter, important addresses of the EACS, it will have the EACS Barcelona Conference Programme as well as the abstracts of the papers. It will also have items on jobs, important acquisitions, of alibraries, and notes on visits from scholars from outside of Europe. It will be found at: http://sun.sino.uni-heidelberg.de/eacs/eacs.htm Also, the International Institute for Asian Studies has very kindly agreed to load up the EACS Newsletter onto their web site. Issues number 9 and 10 should now be loaded and available to web users. We are much indebted to Paul van der Velde and his newsletter staff for their efforts in this task. Anyone wishing to read the EACS Newsletter online should log into. http://iias.leidenuniv.nl/asianl/eacs/ ***************************************************** The latest volume of Science & Civilisation in China has just been published: volume 6, part 3, 'Biology and biological technology' by Christian Daniels. Cambridge University Press, 1996, isbn: 0-521-419-99-9. NEWSLETTER INFORMATION Anyone who wants more information about any of the items in this EACS Newsletter should contact the relevant person/organization directly whenever possible in order to be sure of getting the fullest information. The mailing address for contributions is below. Contributors should remember that, when sending information for the newsletter, it takes approximately one month between submission date to mail-out date. 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Biannual EACS Conference, September 1996, Barcelona
1. THE FUTURE OF CHINA'S UNITY Referees: Brian Hook y Joaquin Beltran 1.1 China's minorities people 1.1.1 Jogolev, Dmitri: "Modern China: Attitude towards strangers" 1.1.2 Huang Zhan-Zhu, Paulos: "Manchu language in the present China" 1.1.3 Dikariov, Andey D.: "Demographic trends among theTibetans in the PRC" 1.2 The Chinese relations with Hong Kong and Taiwan 1.2.1 Dandolo, Ignazio: "The birth of the special administrative region of Hong Kong and its impact on the outside world" 1.2.2 Beltran Antolin, Joaquin: "Tongbao. The yijiaren methaphor" 1.2.3 Hook, Brian: "The British legacy for Hong Kong: a unifying or divisive influence for China" 1.2.4 Von Senger, Harro: "The non-extension of the European convention of human rights to Hong Kong" 1.2.5 Gudoshnikov, L: "The future political system of Hong Kong in formation" 1.3 The Northern diaspora 1.3.1 Larin, Victor L.: "China advances to the North: the Chinese activities in Northeast Asia and the Russian Far East" 1.3.2 Portyakov, Vladimir: "Russian-Chinese trade and Chinese migration into Russia" 1.3.3 Krassinets, Eugene & Tiuriukanova, Elena: "Migration from China to Russia: Myths, realities, perspectives" 2. COASTAL AND SOUTH CHINA UP TO THE QING TIMES Referee: Roderich Ptak 2.1 The Portuguese and Spanish approach 2.1.1 De Deus Ramos, Joao: "The variety of names given by China to Portugal" 2.1.2 Miasnikov, Vladimir S.: "Russian and Portuguese diplomats in the Ch'ing China in the XVII century" 2.1.3 Folch i Fornesa, Dolors: "Some sources of Gonzalez Mendoza" 2.1.4 Oll‚ Rodriguez, Manel: "Alfonso Sanchez on China" 2.1.5 Gra‡a de Abreu, Antonio: "D.Fr.Alexandre de Gouveia, Bishop of Peking and the embassy of Lord Macartney (1793)" 2.2 Pre-modern China 2.2.1 Kurz, Johannes L.: "Off the beaten track: Official career in10th century China" 2.2.2 Schotenhammer, Angela: "Reflections on the textile industry around Quanzhou in the Song dinasty" 2.2.3 Vermeer, Eduard B.: "The expansion of the Fujianese in the late Ming period" 2.2.4 Ptak, Roderich: "The Coral Islands in the South China Sea: Song to Ming" Calanca, Paola: "The concessions of the coastal pacification under the early Qing rulers" 3. CHINA AND THE OUTER WORLD IN PRE-MODERN TIMES Referee: Erich Zürcher 3.1 China and Central Asia 3.1.1 Juhl, Susanne: "Archaeological studies in the province of Gansu of the first half of the Vth century" 3.1.2 Heuschert, Dorothea: "The Lifanyuan - The Qing agency for the administration of the outer regions" 3.1.3 Dyakova, O.V.: "The Primoriye-China ethnocultural links" 3.1.4 Bøckman, Harald: "The construction of China as central - Shang through Han" 3.2 China and the outer world up to the Qing Dinasty 3.2.1 Herbert, Penny A.: "Reflections of medieval Chinese political thought in Shotoku Taishi's Japan" 3.2.2 Dorofeeva-Lichtman, Vera: "Conception of terrestrial organization in the Shan hai jin" 3.2.3 Slobodnik, Martin: "Some remarks on the Chinese innerasian policy in the Second half of the VIIIth century" 3.2.4 Bokshchanin, A. A.: "Chinese traditional foreign relations: tributary system, universal monarchy or nominal vassalate?" 4. THE IMPACT OF ECONOMIC CHANGES ON CHINA Referee: Vermeer 4.1 Political/social background and effects of the reform 4.1.1 Alexakhina Svetlana N.: "Ways of modernization in agriculture the reform" 4.1.2 Novoselova, Lyubov: "Industrial growth of China and economic balance in Northeast Asia" 4.1.3 Holbig, Heike: "Inflation in the PRC, 1988/89: Strategies for the legitimation of state power" 4.1.4 Ostrovski, A.: "Development of small economic units in rural areas as a way of solving employment problems in the PRC" 4.1.5 Naumov, Ivan N.: "Population as a factor of economic growth in China" 4.2 The economic reform and its problems 4.2.1 Borokh, Olga N.: "Western impacts on contemporary Chinese economic thought" 4.2.2 Pivovarova, Eleonora: "PR China: The transition to market economy" 4.2.3 Kondrashova, Ludmila Iv.: "China's economic reform: strategy and tactics" 4.2.4 Hjellum, Torstein: "Economic reform as a basis of legitimacy of the Dengist regime" 4.2.5 Bustelo, Pablo: "Progress without privatization in China: The reform of state- owned enterprises in the 1990's" 4.3 Foreign trade and investment 4.3.1 Sprogis, Elena V.: "The Tumen delta development project: China's approach" 4.3.2 Tsyganov, Yuri V.: "The role of foreign capital in the Chinese automotive industry development" 4.3.3 Strømberg, Lars"Japanese foreign direct investments and official development assistance in mainland China" 5. THOUGHT AND RELIGION Referee: K.Schipper 5.1 The buddhist impact 5.1.1 Dessein, B: "Seng-jui's preface to Nagarjuna's Twelve Gate Treatise Shih- erh Men Lun" 5.1.2 Heirman, A: "The conditions imposed on a bhiksuni to go forth, to become a siksamana" 5.1.3 Georgieva, Valentina: "Chinese women following in the footsteps of Mahaprajapati - the first Indian Buddhist nun" 5.1.4 Bumbacher, Stephan Peter: "The inner world of religion versus the outer world of politics" 5.2 Chinese classical philosophy 5.2.1 Corradini, Piero: "Ancient China's Ming Tang between reality and legend" 5.2.2 Stevenson, Frank: "Ancient Chinese metaphysics and Western Postmodernism" 5.2.3 Kroll, Juri: "The meaning of the term ti-li in the Han shu" 5.2.4 Wagner, Lothar: "Art as instrument for political legitimation during the Tang: The smaller seal script and the legitimation seal" 5.2.5 Milcinski, Maja: "Confrontation with death. Lie Zi's model" 5.2.6 Felber, Roland: "Slander and denouncement in Ancient China. Some historico-terminological reflections" 5.2.7 Svarverud, Rune: "Transmission and authenticity of Jia Yi Xinshu" 5.3 Religious revival in contemporary China 5.3.1 Tertitski, Konstantin: "The Chinese syncretic religions in XXth century" 5.3.2 Gobunova, Svetlana: "Buddhist revival in contemporary Shangai" 5.4 Thought in contemporary China 5.4.1 Chong, W.L.: "Subjectivity in Chinese thought: Li Zehou's culture criticism" 5.4.2 Lomanov, Alexander V.: "Cultural revival or the threat of nationalism Confucianism in mainland thought since mid-1980" 5.4.3 Rosker, Jana: "The concept of autonomy in the European and Chinese society: Problems of perception and their significance in intercultural research" 5.4.4 Geivers, Bie: "Feng Youlan" 5.4.5 Titarenko, Michail: "Vitality and stability of Chinese civilization: Pre-requisite for China's progress in reforms and modernization" 5.4.6 Karpov, Michail V.: "Comparative aspects of democratic transition: Eastern Europe, Russia, China" 5.5 Structures and strategies of the Chinese commentary in historical perspective 5.5.1 Mayer, Alexander: "Some observations on the classificatory schemes (Kepan) used in Chinese Buddhist commentarial literature" 5.5.2 Röllicke, Hermann-Josef "Lin Xiyis Zhuangzi kouyi fati (1269)" 5.5.3 Lau, Ulrich: "The sacral background of some early Chinese juridical terms" 5.5.4 Gentz,Joachim: "Reading through the eyes of Confucius: Empathetic readings of theChunqiu in the Gongyang zhuan" 5.5.5 Schimmelpfennig, Michael: "One editor, one commentator? Exegectic strata in the song of Chu (Chuci)" 5.5.6 Specht, Annette: "The superior men in Zhu Dezhis commentary to the Zhuangzi" 6. MODERN AND CONTEMPORARY LITERATURE Referee: Bonnie McDougall 6.1 Contemporary Chinese literature and the outer world 6.1.1 Kaikkonen, Marja: "Barbarian stereotypes? - Foreigners in contemporary popular literature" 6.1.2 Budde, Antje: "Put down your whip-Woyzeck: Challenges and limits of intercultural communication in the performing arts" 6.1.3 Fedeeva, E.: "Contemporary literary theory:Its past, present and furure" 6.1.4 Xiaoming, Chen: "The desintegration of allegory" 6.2 Confrontations and interactions in the literary field 6.2.1 Findeisen, Raoul: "Sophia in China" 6.2.2 Hockx, Michel: "Networking for Individualism - Literary Collectives, 1930- 1937" 6.2.3 Bichler, Lorenz: "Aspects of the sociology of literature in the early days of the People's Republic of China" 6.2.4 Martin, Helmut: "Debates and conflicts in Taiwanese literature: The authorities and the writer" 6.3 Contemporary fiction and literary criticism 6.3.1 Schweiger, Irmy: "The aesthetic vision of a modern metropolis: The city in contemporary fiction" 6.3.2 Cho, Isabel Hwei-Cheng: "The body in contemporary fiction" 6.3.3 Xia, Li: "Gu Cheng's novel Ying'er (1993)" 6.3.4 Demido, Nina Y.: "Character types in fiction of the 1990's" 6.4 Gender and intertextuality in contemporary fiction 6.4.1 Larson, Wendy: "Feminism, post-modernism and agency: Chen Ran's post- revolutionary fiction" 6.4.2 Wedell-Wedellsborg, Anne: "After Kafka: The case of Can Xue" 6.4.3 Huot, Claire: "Having fun -finally- with a woman writer: Xu Kun's Tiaokan" 7. CHINESE STUDIES AND NEW INFORMATION TECHNOLOGIES Referee: R.Wagner 7.1 Scolarship using data bases as essential tools 7.1.1 Dudbridge, Glen: "Critical restoration of the lost text Sanguo dianlue" 7.1.2 Wagner, Rudolf G.: "The premodern Chinese public sphere. An analysis using digitalized data bases" 7.2 Technical and methodological aspects of developing, accesing and administrating electronic data bases 7.2.1 Hahn, Thomas:"An introdution to on-line research ressources in Chinese studies" 7.2.2 Bumbacher, Stephan Peter: "Electronically generated concordances and relational databases" 7.2.3 Heraud, Benedicte: "The EACS dynamic on-line data base of sinological periodicals in European libraries" 7.2.4 Nordenhake, Magnus: "Chinese to target language dictionary user interfaces" 8. CHINESE LANGUAGE Referee: M.Claude Paris 8.1 Chinese linguistics I 8.1.1 Gasde, Horst-Dieter: "Topics and WH-Clefts in Mandarin Chinese" 8.1.2 Alleton, Viviane: "Analyse des suffixes aspectuels dans la prose de Bai Xianyong" 8.1.3 Auchlin, Antoine: "Unites discursives minimales et subordination syntaxique: sur quelques proprietes du marqueur bie" 8.1.4 Paris, Marie Claude: "On some syntactic and semantic aspects of adverbial subordination in Mandarin Chinese" 8.2 Chinese linguistics II 8.1.1 Kuenstler, M.J.: "Loan words in modern standard Taiwanese" 8.2.1 Triskova, Hana: "Rithmical behaviour of the lexical units of spoken chinese depending on their grammatical functional characteristics" 8.2.2 Sofronov,Michael: "Sense and rhythm in modern Chinese" 8.2.3 Visan, Florentina: "Sur l'effet de transitivite" 8.3 Teaching Chinese 8.3.1 Eide, Elisabeth: "The study of chinese: Philology or area studies?" "The case of Chinese studies exemplified by a debate in Norway" Speshnev, Nikolai: "Chinese phonetics. Introductory course. Methods of teaching" 9. CHINESE SOCIETY Referee: Michel Cartier & Brunhild Staiger 9.1 Chinese women 9.1.1 Johansson, Perry: "Body, culture, identity: The semiotics of beauty product advertising in China" 9.1.2 Gransow, Betina: "Large feet-small steps. Women and reform in urban China" 9.1.3 Thorborg, Marina: "Feminism in China, Hong Kong and Taiwan" 9.1.4 Sausmikat, Nora: "Female autobiographies from the cultural revolution" 9.2 Local studies and field work in China: National policies in local perspective 9.2.1 Bruun, Ole: "Privatization and the revival of traditional cosmology" 9.2.2 Hansen, Mette Halskov: "Policy versus practice in Chinese minority education" 9.2.3 Henriot, Christian: "Chinese entrepreneurs: An analysis of a field-work experience" 9.3 Local studies and field work in China: Some methodological issues 9.3.1 Primel, Anne-Garance: "Field work in three secondary vocational and technical schools in Shangai: some methdological reflections" 9.3.2 Augustin-Jean, Louis: "New approach on the development of individual business in rural China. The example of Zhangpu, Fujian province" 9.3.3 Th gersen, Stig: "Education in Zouping county, Shadong province in the XXth century" 9.4 Public, culture and entertainment business in late Qing Shanghai 9.4.1 Janku, Andrea: "An intellectual between modern urban society and local county community -Being an archeological study of Huang Xiexun from Shanghai" 9.4.2 Mittler, Barbara: "Multiple personalities: Image and voice of the Shangai-ren in Shenbao- editorials" 9.4.3 Vittinghoff, Natascha: "Voices from the readership - Letters to the editor in the first Chinese dailies in Hongkong and Shanghai" 9.4.4 Yeh, Catherine Vance: "Shanghai as a theme park: entertainment business strategies of late Qing courtesans" 9.5 Games and gambling 9.5.1 Ebner v. Eschenbach, Silvia: "Games and gambling in China" 9.5.2 Greatrex, Roger: "Anti-gambling laws during the Southern Song and Yuan dynasties" 9.5.3 Zanon, Paolo: "Philosophical discussion on the game of Weiqi in the times of the Warring states and the Hang dinasty" 9.6 General issues 9.6.1 ter Haar, Barend J.: "Changing attitudes towards violence in traditional China" 9.6.2 Ceresa, Marco: "The Chaliao ji and Ming dinasty tea-culture" 9.6.3 Sivam, Peter: "The law and the insane" 9.6.4 Tong, Youhua: "On hospitality in Chinese and Swedish" 9.6.5 Spencer, Andrew: "Challenges to sustainable transport in China's cities" 9.6.6 Samoylov, Nikolay A.: "Russian perceptions of Chinese society in the 2nd half of the XIXth century-Beginning of th XXth" Sheldon Lu: "The Discourse of modernity in contemporary China" 10. CHINESE ART Referee: Roderick Whitfield y Youngsook Pak 10.1 Chinese classical art 10.1.1 Lauer, Uta: "The message of dots and strokes" 10.1.2 Whitfield, Roderick: "Questions of dating: Some Song dynasty paintings from Dunhuang" 10.1.3 Pak, Youngsook: "Song prototypes for Koryo Buddhist painting" 10.1.4 Russell-Smith, Lilla: "Planet gods in Dunhuang and beyond" 10.1.5 von Spee, Clarissa: "Modular system and freedom of creativity: The landscape of Wang Yuanqi (1642-1715)" 10.2 Chinese architecture and gardens 10.2.1 Nickel, Lukas: "Mortuary architecture in Northern Henan: A new symbolic concept and ist architectural expression in the time of Wang Mang" 10.2.2 Wang, Tao: "Building the cosmos: A comparative study of the Mingtang (Hall of Brightness)" 10.3 General Issues 10.3.1 Zhang, Hongxing: "Representation of war in China in the 19th century" 10.3.2 Arnold, Mathias: "Precious stones or glazed ceramics: The meaning of liuli" 11. CHINESE CLASSICAL LITERATURE Referee: Idema 11.1 Miscellaneous 11.1.1 Carnogurska, Marina: "Some theses concerning a theory of translation of classical Chinese ideographical texts into the European (phonetic) languages" 11.1.2 Cai, Zongqi: "Poetics of harmony: Platonic and confucian theories of poetry" 11.1.3 Hu-Sterk, Florence: "Entre fascination et repulsion: les poemes de Tang sur le monde exterieur" 11.1.4 Kern, Martin: "A new order for old texts: The principles of classification in Yao Nai's Guwenci leizuan of 1779" 11.1.5 Rohrer, Maria: "The Fifty Palace Poems of Empress Yang" 11.1.6 Dolezelova-Velingerova, Milena: "The short story in classical and quasi- classical Chinese during the 1910s: Its contribution to the modernization of Chinese fiction" 11.1.7 Relinque Eleta, Alicia: "Theatre conception of Li Yu and Chikamatsu" 11.2 The dream in the red chamber 11.2.1 Ching-erh, Chang: "The development of Chia Pao-yi's character" 11.2.2 Eifring, Halvor: "The psychology of love according to The story of the stone" 11.2.3 Lang-Tan, Goat Koei: "The poems of Wang Wei in the discussion on poetry in The dream of the red chamber" 11.3 Autobiographies 11.3.1 Fuehrer, Bernhard: "Rethorical devices in Sima Qian's self-portayal" 11.3.2 Riemenschnitter, Andrea: "Autobiography as a performance: Rereading Xu Xiake (1586-1641)" 12. MODERN POLITICAL HISTORY Referee: Marianne Bastid-Bruguiere 12.1 Chinese politics 12.1.1 Kampen, Thomas: "The Russian returned students and the leadership of the Chinese communist party" 12.1.2 Samarani, Guido: "Interrrelations between Asian Nationalist movements: China, India, and the Second World War" 12.1.3 Tikhvinski, Sergei: "Study of Zhou Enlai biography as a source of Chinese modern history: Path of China to unity and independence (1898-1949)" 12.1.4 Min, Lin: "Neo-nationalism in China" 12.1.5 Gladney, Dru: "The spectre of Chinese nationalism: pulling China apart or forward"