About this Book
A leading foreign policy thinker uses Chinese political theory to explain why some powers rise as others decline and what this means for the international order.
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The newly-formed Research Center for Chinese Cultural Subjectivity*, National Chengchi University in Taipei, Taiwan is seeking applications for ONE Postdoctoral Fellow in areas related to cultural perspectives of Chinese & Sinophone studies in global context, particularly regarding the relation between the special linguistic modalities of Chinese and thought, ethical and religious practice in contemporary contexts, such as Chinese & Sinophone linguistics, comparative studies in Chinese and Western philosophy, Chinese & Sinophone literature, Chinese or Taiwanese history, Chinese religion, applied ethics and psychotherapy in Sinophone societies, Sinophone digital literature, and their variations. Academic researchers who have interests across the areas aforementioned or excelled in broadening or elaborating other possible dimensions in this spectrum are sincerely welcome to apply.
More about the Research Center for Chinese Cultural Subjectivity please see here.
We are pleased to announce that Georgia College & State University will host the 23rd annual meeting of the Southeast Early China Roundtable in the historical city of Milledgeville, Georgia, from November 1st to November 3rd. We will host two public/keynote lectures during this year’s meeting:
Dr. Robert Neville (Boston University)
“Early Confucian Sources for Contemporary Progressive Confucianism.”
Dr. Alfred Hornung (Johannes Gutenberg University/Obama Institute)
“Confucius and Benjamin Franklin: Chinese ideas in the Foundation of USA.”
We welcome proposals for presentations dealing with pre-Song China from a variety of disciplinary perspectives, including anthropology, archaeology, art history, history, literature, philosophy, and religious studies. Please send a short abstract (250 words) of your proposed presentation and full institutional contact information to Dr. Huaiyu Wang (firstname.lastname@example.org) & Dr. Ashleigh Dean (email@example.com) by August 15, 2019. For all abstract submissions, please mark the subject line as “SEECR Submission 2019.”
As per custom of the SEECR, the host university will cover participants’ room and board. Early submissions are welcome.
Research Center for Chinese Cultural Subjectivity in Taiwan is a newly established research project regarding a global approach to various fields of Sinophone studies, including Chinese Philosophy, Philology, Literature, Histories and etc.
We are pleased to announce the call of abstracts for the oncoming 1st “Sinophone Studies in Europe and the Americas”(SEA) International Young Scholars Conference.
Please refer to the Facebook link here for further details.
【Current Issue: Vol.14, No.2, 2019】
Available at: http://journal.hep.com.cn/fpc
Special Theme: Transmission of Western Learning in China
The essays are free to download from July 16th to August 16th!
FPC cordially invites you to submit research articles, review articles, or book reviews to FPC. Manuscripts should be submitted via email to firstname.lastname@example.org. Your submission and any advice are welcomed.
The Centre of East Asian and Comparative Philosophy of City University of Hong Kong is hosting a public seminar on 19 August, 2019, titled: “Can Confucianism Meet Contemporary Challenges in Hong Kong?” The speaker is professor Baogang He from Deakin University, Australia. For more information, please see the event flyer here.
NAKPA invites papers and panel proposals submissions for the annual NAKPA conference at University College Cork in Ireland. The conference is on Oct. 10 (Thursday) and 11 (Friday), even though the registration table will be open on Oct. 9 (Wed) and an organized tour will be held on Oct. 12 (Sat) (at participant’s expense). All those who are interested should send submissions to email@example.com.
The ISCWP plans to organize one or two panels for the 2020 APA-Pacific Meeting (San Francisco, CA, Apr 8-12, 202o). We invite proposals of panels or papers that promote in-depth engagement between Chinese and Western philosophy. Proposals focused exclusively on only one of Chinese or Western philosophy will not be considered.