Ge Zhaoguang’s Intellectual History of China was a landmark event in Chinese scholarship, moving beyond earlier history-of-ideas or Marxist frameworks. The first volume has now been published in English translation.
Prof. Albert Welter is looking to organize an AAR panel on Confucian Secularism. Please contact him if you are interested.
The AAR “Religions in Chinese and Indian Cultures: A Comparative Perspective” Group is looking for papers on “Cultivation and Its Consequences.” Read on for details.
Perhaps these events are a little distant from Chinese philosophy, but I wish I could attend!
- A Constitution without Constitutionalism? Paths of Constitutional Developments in China
- Dictatorship and Information: Autocratic Regime Resilience in Communist Europe and China
- The Rights Defence (weiquan) Movement in China