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Crossroads ISSN: 2190-8796
Editor in chief: Angela Schottenhammer
Published by OSTASIEN Verlag
The journal Crossroads-Studies on the History of Exchange Relations in the East Asian World is designed as an international forum for contributions related to the history of exchange relations in the East Asian world and beyond, that means, including regions, cultures, and countries worldwide that have or had relations with East Asia. The focus of contributions lies on both continental (overland) and maritime (overseas) exchanges and interaction, that means, commercial and technological exchanges, science and knowledge transfer, exchange of ideas, religions and ideological strains, and the movement of people (including migration) and animals. Contributions in the fields of the transfer of science and technologies, cultural aspects in their widest interpretation, religions, commodity and product exchange, trade, as well as migration and the organization of functioning networks are especially welcome.
– Authors are requested to enclose, at the time of submission, a half page abstract of their article, contact and most essential biographical information.… Read more ⤻
Shanghai, China Jun 23rd - Jul 2nd 2016 Deadline: 15th May 2016
The National Institute for Advanced Humanistic Studies at Fudan University (IAHS), the East Asian Studies Department and Program of Princeton University, and the Institute for the Advanced Study of Asia of Tokyo University invite applications from
St. Petersburg, Russia Jun 29th - Jul 3rd 2016 Deadline: 1st Mar 2016
St.Petersburg State University and China Association of Mao Dun Studies cordially welcome paper proposals for the 7th International Conference “Issues of Far Eastern Literatures”, dedicated to the 120th anniversary of outstanding Chinese writer Mao Dun (1896-1981).
Duisburg, Germany 1 - 3rd Sep, 2016 Deadline: 31st Jan 2016
CHINA’S NEW WAY OF INTEGRATION WITH THE WORLD: THE NEW SILK ROAD AND THE OPPORTUNITIES FOR THE WORLD ECONOMY Co-organized
The Hebrew University of Jerusalem May 30 - 31st, 2016 Extended Deadline: 30th Jan 2016
The Mongols are famous for their uncompromising diplomacy. “Submit or Perish” was apparently the main message they initially addressed to others. These calls for submission were claims made by conquerors and leaders of a universal empire.
London, UK 11 - 12th Nov 2016 Deadline: 1st Feb 2016
Marking the 50th Anniversary of the Cultural Revolution, Making the New World: the Arts of China’s Cultural Revolution, is a two-day international conference programmed by the Centre for Chinese Visual Arts (CCVA) at Birmingham City University in collaboration with the Whitechapel Gallery.
Beijing, PRC 4 - 6th Jul 2016 Deadline: 15th Feb 2016
This conference aims to bring together doctoral candidates, post-doctoral researchers and recent PhDs based in China, either European nationals or affiliated with European research institutions, in order to produce an overview of the emerging problematics in Chinese studies. The focus of the conference is on contemporary China, in a multi-disciplinary social science perspective.
Erlangen, Germany 8 - 9th Jul 2016 Deadline: 15th Feb 2016
Organized by Prof. Dr. Marc Matten and Prof. Dr. Julia Obertreis (FAU Erlangen-Nürnberg) In cooperation with Prof. Dr. Andreas Renner (LMU Munich) und Dr. Frank Grüner (University of Heidelberg). The workshop addresses questions of history of knowledge and the history of science
St. Gallen, Switzerland 27-29th Jul 2016 Deadline: 15th Dec 2015
This workshop aims to explore innovative ways of looking at the dynamics of transculturality in postsocialist China’s avant-garde and urban culture by bringing together artists, writers, art curators and scholars. Avant-garde literature and art today exist at the margins
St. Petersburg, Russia 22 - 28th Aug 2016 Deadline (Proposals): 15th Jan 2016
The 21st biennial conference of the European Association for Chinese Studies will be held in St. Petersburg, Russia on August 23-28, 2016. It is jointly organized by St. Petersburg State University, the Institute of Oriental Manuscripts RAS
Vancouver, Canada 6 - 9th Jul, 2016. Deadline: Oct 31st 2015
Founded in 1992 by Professors Wang Gungwu, Wang Ling-Chi and a multidisciplinary group of scholars, ISSCO is a scholarly organization that seeks to promote research and understanding of the historical and contemporary experiences of Chinese migrants and their descendants living outside of mainland China