Daily Archives: March 17, 2017

CFP: NTNU Journal Special Issue on Overseas Study of Confucianism

The 師大學報 (Journal of National Taiwan Normal University) is seeking manuscripts on the topic of 域外漢學:以東亞與歐美的儒學/經學研究為核心 (Foreign Sinology: With a Focus on East Asian, North American, and European Confucian / Classical Studies Research) for an upcoming special issue. The deadline is April 15, for publication later this year. Details here.

CFP: British Postgraduate Network for Chinese Studies

I pass on the following, even though there is no mention of philosophy among the suggested topics. (It does say that the conference is “not restricted to” those topics.)

CFP: British Postgraduate Network for Chinese Studies 2017 conference, 14-15 June 2017 – University of Sheffield, UK.

Papers will be selected on the basis of the quality of the abstract submitted.

Our theme this year: “From local to global: regional aspects of China”

We will accept topics from a wide spectrum of the Humanities and Social Sciences, including but not restricted to:

  • History, Art, Religions
  • Education, Public Health, Public Policies
  • Heritage, Traditional and Modern Culture
  • Politics, Economics, Media Studies
  • Environment, Geography, Urbanisation
  • Regional studies based in Mainland China, Hong Kong,Taiwan, etc.

Confirmed Keynote speakers:

  • Marina Svensson (Professor of Modern China Studies, University of Lund, Sweden)
  • Marjorie Dryburgh (Lecturer in Modern Chinese Studies, University of Sheffield)
  • Gemma Thorpe (Artist, Sheffield)


Deadline for applications: 16th of April 2017, midnight (UK time)

Please apply with our Google form using the link below (you don’t need a Google account). We require a 250-300 words abstract.


Contact: BPCSconference2017@hotmail.com

Disclaimer: This association is focused on UK-based students, but we gladly accept international applications for our annual conference – just explain in the comment section of the application why you want to attend!

Unfortunately we usually cannot help with VISA specific issues but we do recommend applying for grants such as those offered by UCCL to help with fieldwork/research expenses if you are based in China. Please consult the BACS website for other funding opportunities.


We are grateful for our sponsors’ support:

  • British Association for Chinese Studies
  • European Association for Chinese Studies
  • Amsterdam University Press
  • School of Taiwan Studies, SOAS
  • Global China Institute
  • University of Sheffield
  • Royal Asiatic Society of Great Britain and Ireland