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GCS-Kolloquium: Chiu Yubin - New Youth Labour Activism in Taiwan after the 2014 Sunflower Movement

Prof. Chiu Yubin 邱毓斌 (Associate Professor, Department of Social Development and National Planning, Pingtung University, Pingtung, Taiwan)

New Youth Labour Activism in Taiwan after the 2014 Sunflower Movement

Donnerstag, 25. Juli 2019, 18 Uhr c.t., Raum 0.01, Nauklerstraße 35, 72074 Tübingen

Lecture: Lin Shu-Hui (Taipei) "Experiencing Differences: The Metaphor of Travelogues during Taiwan's Martial Law Period (1949-1987)"

Prof. Lin Shu-Hui 林淑慧  (Department of Taiwan Culture, Languages and Literarure at National Taiwan Normal University, National Taiwan Normal University, Taipei)

Experience Differences: The Metaphor of Travelogues during Taiwan's Martial Law Period (1949-1987)

Mittwoch, 17. Juli 2019, 18:15 Uhr, Hörsaal 0.01, Keplerstraße 2, 72074 Tübingen

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The travelogues during the martial law period in Taiwan (1949-1987) were diverse and complex, not only for their way of viewing the world, but also for the development of Taiwanese society, history and culture. I explore the special qualities of Yin Hai-kuang, Wu Zhuo-liu and Zhong Mei-yin’s travelogues during the martial law period in Taiwan. This is based on the multi-dimensional criticism and the worldliness theme of their travelogues. Whether it is a private letter, a piece of newspaper, a magazine or a book with a photo attached, travel writing exceeds a flexible form, showing implications of the words. Although Taiwanese people’s visit to the US can be placed in the context of the cultural foreign policy since the Cold War in the US, this period overlaps with the martial law period in Taiwan. Therefore, the travelogues implied different perspectives and were able to provide references to other countries’ critical theory. Yin Hai-kuang’s travelogues showcase a resistance strategy of a thinker facing the hegemony from the KMT to Taiwan with blunt criticism or metaphors. The multidimensional criticism is aimed at the Chinese centralism, the party-centrism of settlers in Taiwan, and also criticizes American centralism. Such a multi-objective criticism model shows the close relationship between literature and power relations. 

Lecture: Anja Chen (Tübingen), "Western Trigonometry in Late Ming China: Johann Schreck’s 'Dace' (1631)"

Anja Chen, B.A. (University of Tübingen)
Western Trigonometry in Late Ming China: Johann Schreck's (1576-1630) Dace 大測 (Grand Measure, 1631) (MA project)
Dienstag, 23. Juli 2019, 16 Uhr c.t., Wilhelmstr. 133, Raum 30

Lecture: Global Parenting in Taiwan: How Globalization Shapes Family Lives across Class Divides

GCS-Kolloquium

Prof. Lan Pei-Chia, Dept. of Sociology, National Taiwan Universtiy, Taipei, Taiwan

Global Parenting in Taiwan: How Globalization Shapes Family Lives across Class Divides

Donnerstag, 11. Juli, 2019, 18 Uhr c.t., Raum 0.01, Nauklerstraße 35

 

Lecture: Decoding the Chinese Socialist Market Economy: From the Experiences of Expatriate Taiwanese Firms

GCS-Kolloquium

Prof. CHU Jou-Juo 朱柔弱, Dept. of Labor Relations, National Chung Cheng University, Chiayi, Taiwan

Decoding the Chinese Socialist Market Economy: From the Experiences of Expatriate Taiwanese Firms

Mittwoch, 10. Juli 2019, 18 Uhr c.t., Hörsaal 0.01, Keplerstraße 2

Lecture: Salome Foltin (Tübingen), "Sima Guang’s Garden Dule Yuan: An Analysis of its Cultural Influence in Song Dynasty by Historical Contextualization"

Salome Foltin, M.A., PhD cand. (University of Tübingen)
"Sima Guang’s 司馬光 Garden Dule Yuan 獨樂園: An Analysis of its Cultural Influence in Song Dynasty by Historical Contextualization" (PhD project)
Dienstag, 16. Juli 2019, 16 Uhr c.t., Wilhelmstr. 133, Raum 30

Lecture: GUO Aiting (Tübingen), "The Role of 'Statecraft* (jingshi) in Proposals of Scholar-Officials on Salt Policy during the High Qing Period"

GUO Aiting, M.A., PhD cand. (University of Tübingen)
The Role of "Statecraft" (jingshi 經世) in Proposals of Scholar-Officials on Salt Policy during the High Qing Period" (PhD project)
Dienstag, 9. Juli 2019, 16 Uhr c.t., Wilhelmstr. 133, Raum 30

 

Lecture of Dr. Cao Jin in Hefei, Anhui

Dr. Cao Jin gave a lecture at the international conference "Science, Western Learning and Confucianism" in Hefei (28 April to 1 May 2019)

As a member of the DFG project „Translating Western Science, Technology and Medicine to Late Ming China: Convergences and Divergences in the Light of the Kunyu gezhi 坤輿格致 (Investigations of the Earth’s Interior; 1640) and the Taixi shuifa 泰西水法 (Hydromethods of the Great West; 1612)”, Dr. Cao Jin 曹晋 was invited to attend a conference entitled “Science, Western Learning and Confucianism: Commemorating the 390th Anniversaries of the Compilation of the Chongzheng Reign Treatises on Calendrical Astronomy”, which was held at the University of Science and Technology of China in Hefei from 28 April to 1 May 2019. In her talk with the title “Collateral Benefit: The Calendar Bureau and the Transfer of Western Mining Knowledge into China (1635-1684)” she presented recent findings about the institutional context in which the rediscovered manuscript of the Kunyu gezhi 坤輿格致 (Investigations of the Earth’s Interior) was created. Her study revealed, how knowledge transmission in the fields of mining and metallurgy was organized in the Calendar Bureau by Adam Schall von Bell and his collaborators. Though the Kunyu gezhi was already completed as early as 1640, it could not be printed and put into use because of the collapse of the Ming dynasty. Different than in the case of the calendar reform, the Manchus decided not to put it into action after coming to power. Its traces were lost during the early decades of the Qing period. Nonetheless there are signs that the application of Western knowledge in metal production may have become a topic again, when Liu Yunde 劉蘊德, then vice-head of the Directorate of Astronomy was entrusted with the operation of a silver mine in Shanxi. This shows impressively that for almost half a century, the systematic introduction of Western mining knowledge into China with the help of the Calendar Bureau and successively the Directorate of Astronomy was attempted and remained an option, which, however eventually vanished unused.
The presentation aroused much interest among participants and engendered fruitful discussion. Dr. Cao Jin received inspiring questions and helpful suggestions which were of great value for the deepening of her further research in this field. Many thanks go to Prof. Shi Yunli 石云里 from the University of Science and Technology of China for the organization of this great meeting.

Lecture: ZHENG Weiwei (Zhejiang Normal University), "Study on the Solar Term Meiyu in the Middle and Lower Reaches of the Yangtze River"

Prof. Dr. ZHENG Weiwei (History Department, Zhejiang Normal University)
清中期以来长江中下游梅雨变化及其社会响应研究 (Study on the Solar Term Meiyu in the Middle and Lower Reaches of the Yangtze River: Variations and Social Responses since Mid-Qing Dynasty) (in Chinese)
Dienstag, 2. Juli 2019, 16 Uhr c.t., Wilhelmstr. 133, Raum 30

Lecture: HOU Yu (Tübingen), "Salt Policy of the Early Qing Government Based on the Huangchao wenxian tongkao"

HOU Yu, M.A., PhD cand. (University of Tübingen)
The Salt Policy of the Early Qing Government Based on the Huangchao wenxian tongkao 皇朝文獻通考 (General Survey of Documents of our Dynasty, 1787) (PhD Project)
Dienstag, 25. Juni 2019, 16 Uhr c.t., Wilhelmstr. 133, Raum 30

Lecture: Prof. Marc Matten (Erlangen), "To Learn from the West? Transnational Dimensions of the Production and Transfer of Knowledge during the Maoist Era"

Vortrag (auf Englisch) im Rahmen des Wissenschaftlichen Kolloquiums Modernes China/Greater China
Prof. Dr. Marc Matten (Universität Erlangen)
"To Learn from the West? Transnational Dimensions of the Production and Transfer of Knowledge during the Maoist Era"
Mittwoch, 19. Juni 2019, 18 Uhr c.t., Wilhelmstr. 133, R. 30

Zusammenfassung: Technologie und Naturwissenschaften in der maoistischen Ära der Volksrepublik China galten lange Zeit als dominiert von politischen Interventionen, welche Innovation und Kreativität hemmten. In der neueren Forschung zur Ära des Kalten Kriegs zeigt sich allerdings ein anderes Bild, das die transnationale Vernetzung von Wissenschaftlern—auch nach Westeuropa und Nordamerika—in den Vordergrund stellt.

Marc Matten ist Professor für chinesische Zeitgeschichte an der FAU Erlangen-Nürnberg, Forschungsschwerpunkte: Politische Ideengeschichte des modernen China, Technik- und Wissenschaftsgeschichte des maoistischen China, historische Netzwerkanalysen im Kalten Krieg.

Lecture: Laura Braun (Tübingen), "LGBTQ+ in China: The Development of Queer Identities Throughout the Modern History of China"

Laura Braun, B.A. (Tübingen University)
"LGBTQ+ in China: The Development of Queer Identities Throughout the Modern History of China" (MA Project)
Dienstag, 18. Juni 2019, 16 Uhr c.t., Wilhelmstr. 133, Raum 30

Lecture: ZHANG Chi (Tübingen), "All-under-Heaven under Threat: Literati Networks of Political and Cultural Negotiation in the Late Tang"

ZHANG Chi, M.A., PhD cand. (Tübingen University)
All-under-Heaven Under Threat: Literati Networks of Political and Cultural Negotiation in Late Tang (8th–10th Century) (PhD project)
Dienstag, 4. June 2019, 16 Uhr c.t., Wilhelmstr. 133, Raum 30

Vortrag: Philipp Hertling (Tübingen), "Der Film 'Young Style' im schulischen ChaF-Unterricht"

Philipp Hertling, B.Ed. (Universität Tübingen)
Der Film Young Style (Qingchunpai 青春派, 2013) im schulischen ChaF-Unterricht: Eine explorative Studie (M.Ed.-Projekt)
Dienstag, 4. June 2019, 16 Uhr c.t., Wilhelmstr. 133, Raum 30

Lecture: Dr. LI Wuzhe (Fudan University), "The Development of  Portraits: The Influence of Gützlaff‘s Image on the Opening of China"

Dr. LI Wuzhe (History Department, Fudan University, Shanghai)
"The Development of  Portraits: The Influence of Gützlaff's Image on the Opening of China" 图像中的郭实猎 (in Chinese)
Dienstag, 28. Mai 2019, 16 Uhr c.t., Wilhelmstr. 133, Raum 30

Lecture: Dr. Maria Khayutina (München), "Family, Kinship and Law in Western Zhou Bronze Inscriptions"

Dr. Maria Khayutina (Institute for Sinology, Ludwig-Maximilians-University of Munich)
"Family, Kinship and Law in Western Zhou Bronze Inscriptions"
Dienstag, 21. Mai 2019, 16 Uhr c.t., Wilhelmstr. 133, Raum 30

Lecture: Edward LIANG (Tübingen), "The Wealth of a Rising Empire: The Acquisition of Lands before 1644"

Edward Yong LIANG, M.A., PhD cand. (Tübingen University)
"The Wealth of a Rising Empire: The Acquisition of Lands before 1644" (PhD project)
Dienstag, 7. Mai 2019, 16 Uhr c.t., Wilhelmstr. 133, Raum 30

Talk by Dr. Ma Zhen on "Encounters in the Pu-erh Tea Trade", 2. Mai 2019, 6 pm c.t.

Wissenschaftliches Kolloquium Modernes China/Greater China

Ma Zhen is a postdoctoral researcher at the Max Planck Institute for the Study of Religious and Ethnic Diversity in Göttingen. She did her PhD at School for the Study of Ethnology and Sociology in Minzu University of China. Her research interests covers Theravada Buddhism, Material Culture, Visual Anthropology, with special reference to the Southwest Chinese minorities like the Bulang, Dai, Wa and Bai.

In this talk, Dr. Ma will first show part of her ethnographic film 'Living on Tea' which tells a story of a Bulang ethnic minority family, its tea production, exchange and predicament in an uncertain economic and political situation. She will then give a presentation on the Puer tea trade between the Han tea bosses, Dai-lue intermediaries and upland tea farmers. She argues that the encounters with the modern tea market have reshaped internal and external ethnic relations in Xishuangbanna, southwest China.

Thursday, May 2 2019, 6 pm c.t., Nauklerstr. 35, room 1

Lecture: Sport, Bodily Activities and Shoes: A Buddhist (Normative) Perspective from India to China (Ann Heirman, Gent)

Prof. Dr. Ann Heirman (Department of Languages & Cultures, Ghent University, Belgium)
Sport, bodily activities and shoes − a Buddhist (normative) perspective from India to China
Friday, 3rd May 2019, 12 a.m. c.t., Wilhelmstr. 133, Room 30

Lecture: ZHANG Xiaogui (Jinan University, GD), "Transformation of Zoroastrian Priests in the Tang and Song Period"

Prof. Dr. ZHANG Xiaogui (Department of History, Jinan University 暨南大学, Guangdong)
Dienstag, 30. April 2019, 16 Uhr c.t., Wilhelmstr. 133, Raum 30

Lecture: Patrick Aberle (Tübingen), "Measurement Methods in Late Ming China"

Patrick Aberle, B.A. (University of Tübingen)
Measurement Methods in Late Ming China: Xu Guangqi 徐光啓 and Matteo Ricci’s Celiang fayi 測量法義 (Methods and Meanings of Measurement, 1608) (MA Project)
Dienstag, 23. April 2019, 16 Uhr c.t., Wilhelmstr. 133, Raum 30

Lecture: Antoni J. Ucerler (Ricci Institute, San Francisco), "Chinese Christian Books during the Edo Period, Prohibition and Circulation"

Prof. Dr. M. Antoni J. Ucerler, S.J. (Director, Ricci Institute, San Francisco, CA)
"Chinese Christian Books during the Edo Period (1603-1686): Prohibition and Circulation"
Dienstag, 8. Februar 2019, 14 Uhr c.t., Wilhelmstr. 133, Raum 42

Lecture: GU Zilin (Tübingen), "Change of Wine Consumer Class since Late Qing Dynasty"

GU Zilin, B.A. (Department of Chinese Studies, Tübingen University)
"Change of Wine Consumer Class since Late Qing Dynasty: Observing the Popular Marketing Strategy of Zhangyu Company in the Zhangyu gongsi zhi 张裕公司志 (The History of Zhangyu Wine Company, 1999)" (MA project)
Dienstag, 05. Februar 2019, 16 Uhr c.t., Wilhelmstr. 133, Raum 30

Lecture: Dr. Michelle Tsai (Cambridge), "An Anthropology of Taishang: Cross-Strait Business, Politics and Identity”

Dr. Michelle Tsai. (University of Cambridge)
"An Anthropology of Taishang: Cross-Strait Business, Politics and Identity"
Thursday, 31. Januar 2019, 18 Uhr c.t., Keplerstraße 2, Room 036

Lecture: Dr. LI Wuzhe (Fudan University), "A Study on the Chinese Name of Karl Friedrich August Gützlaff"

Dr. LI Wuzhe (History Department, Fudan University, Shanghai)
郭实猎姓名考 (A Study on the Chinese Name of Karl Friedrich August Gützlaff [German Protestant Missionary, 1803-1851]) (in Chinese)
Dienstag, 29. Januar 2019, 16 Uhr c.t., Wilhelmstr. 133, Raum 30

Lecture: Dr. Liza Wing Man Kam (Göttingen), "Obscured history, romanticised memory: commodification of the Japanese colonial past in Taiwan"

Dr. Liza Wing Man KAM. (Department of East Asian Studies, Georg-August Universität Göttingen)
"Obscured history, romanticised memory: commodification of the Japanese colonial past in Taiwan"
Donnerstag, 24. Januar 2019, 18 Uhr c.t., Keplerstraße 2, Raum 036

 

Lecture: Edward Yong LIANG (Tübingen), "The Wealth of the Qing Empire: The Acquisition of People before 1644"

Edward Yong LIANG, M.A. (Department of Chinese Studies, Tübingen University)
"The Wealth of the Qing Empire: The Acquisition of People before 1644" (PhD project)
Dienstag, 22. Januar 2019, 16 Uhr c.t. Wilhelmstr. 133, Raum 30

Vortrag: WANG Weijiang (Fudan University), "Kunstwerke des alten China in Deutschland"

Prof. Dr. WANG Weijiang (Fudan University, Shanghai)
Kunstwerke des alten China in Deutschland: Aufriss eines Forschungsprojektes
Fr, 11. Januar 2019, 16-18 Uhr, China Centrum Tübingen, Hintere Grabenstr. 26

Lecture: Jun.-Prof. HUANG (Tübingen), "Hot Springs, Public Bathing and Urban: Environment in Modern Xi'an (1850-1949)"

Jun. Prof. Dr. Fei HUANG (Tübingen)
"Hot Springs, Public Bathing and Urban: Environment in Modern Xi'an (1850-1949)"
Dienstag, 15. Januar 2019, 16 Uhr c.t., Wilhelmstr. 133, Raum 30

Lecture: GUO Aiting (Tübingen), "Analysis of Scholarly Texts on Salt Policy in the Huangchao jingshi wenbian 皇朝經世文編 (1827)"

GUO Aiting, M.A., PhD cand. (Department of Chinese Studies, Tübingen University)
Analysis of Scholarly Texts on Salt Policy in the “Collected Articles on Ordering the World of the August Dynasty” (Huangchao jingshi wenbian 皇朝經世文編, 1827) (PhD project)
Dienstag, 08. January 2019, 16 Uhr c.t., Wilhelmstr. 133, Raum 30

Lecture: Anna Strob (Tübingen), "Tracing Connections: Jesuit Influences on Alfonso Vagnone’s Kongji gezhi "

Anna Strob, M.A., PhD cand.
Tracing Connections: Jesuit Influences on Alfonso Vagnone's Kongji gezhi 空際格致 (Investigation of Celestial Phenomena, c. 1633) (PhD project)
Dienstag, 18. Dezember 2018, 16 Uhr c.t., Wilhelmstr. 133, Raum 30

Lecture: Salome Foltin (Tübingen), "Denied Chinese Authenticity: The German Craze for the Anglo-Chinese Garden"

Salome Foltin, M.A., PhD cand.
Denied Chinese Authenticity: The German Craze for the Anglo-Chinese Garden in the Aftermath of Chinoiserie (Late Eighteenth Century) (PhD project)
Dienstag, 11. Dezember 2018, 16 Uhr c.t., Wilhelmstr. 133, Raum 30

Lecture: Sascha Zhivkov (Tübingen), "Imperial China in Contemporary Chinese Politics: Motives and Contradictions"

Sascha Zhivkov, M.A., PhD candidate (Department of Chinese Studies, Tübingen University)
Imperial China in Contemporary Chinese Politics: Motives and Contradictions
Dienstag, 4. Dezember 2018, 16 Uhr c.t., Wilhelmstr. 133, Raum 30

Lecture: Zhang Xiaogui (Jinan University, Guangdong), "On the Zoroastrian Sagdīd Ritual and its Spread on the Silk Road"

Prof. Dr. ZHANG Xiaogui (Department of History, Jinan University, Guangdong)
祆教《犬视》及其在丝绸路上的传播 (On the Zoroastrian Sagdīd [“Looking at by the Dog”] Ritual and its Spread on the Silk Road) (in English)
Dienstag, 27. November 2018, 16 Uhr c.t., Wilhelmstr. 133, Raum 30

Lecture: Achim Hensell (Tübingen), "The Reception of Ulrich Beck’s Reflexive Modernization Theory in China"

Achim Hensell, M.A., PhD cand.
The Reception of Ulrich Beck’s Reflexive Modernization Theory in China: The Transformation from a Risk Society into a Mentally Reoriented Society (PhD project)
Dienstag, 20. November 2018, 16 Uhr c.t., Wilhelmstr. 133, Raum 30

Lecture: WU Wei (TU Darmstadt), "Connecting the Regional to the Global: East Asian Networks in China’s Industrialization, 1950s-1970s"

WU Wei, MPhil, PhD Candidate (TU Darmstadt)
Connecting the Regional to the Global: East Asian Networks in China’s Industrialization, 1950s-1970s
Dienstag, 20. November 2018, 16 Uhr c.t., Wilhelmstr. 133, Raum 30

Lecture/Book Talk: Daniel Koss (Academia Sinica, Taipei) "Where the Party Rules: The Rank and File of China's Communist State"

Dr. Daniel Koss (Academia Sinica, Taipei)
"Where the Party Rules: The Rank and File of China's Communist State"
Di, 4. Dezember 2018, 18 Uhr, Keplerstr. 2, R. 36

Lecture: Björn Ahl (Universität Köln), "Reconsidering the Normativity of the Chinese Constitution"

Prof. Dr. Jörn Ahl (Universität Köln)
"Reconsidering the Normativity of the Chinese Constitution"
Mo, 3. Dezember 2018, 18 Uhr, Keplerstr. 2, R. 036

Lecture: Sabine Kink (Tübingen), "Hydraulic Pumps in S. de Ursis' 'Taixi shuifa'"

“The use of strength is reduced, but the results are extensive” – Hydraulic Pumps in S. de Ursis’ Taixi shuifa 泰西水法 (Hydromethods of the Great West; 1612) (PhD project)
Sabine Kink, M.A., PhD cand.
Dienstag, 13. November 2018, 16 Uhr c.t., Wilhelmstr. 133, Raum 30

Lecture: Katharina Viklenko (Tübingen), "Espionage or Missionary Work? The Implications of the Russian Orthodox Mission on Qing China"

Katharina Viklenko, B.A.
Espionage or Missionary Work? The Implications of the Russian Orthodox Mission on Qing China (Case Study of Archimandrite Palladius) (MA project)
Dienstag, 06. November 2018, 16 Uhr c.t., Wilhelmstr. 133, Raum 30

Lecture CANG Boyu (Tübingen) "National Self-Identification: Reading Historical Documents and Modern Reviews of Koxinga"

CANG Boyu, B.A.
National Self-Identification: Reading Historical Documents and Modern Reviews of Koxinga (1624-1662) (MA project)
Dienstag, 06. November 2018, 12 Uhr c.t., Wilhelmstr. 133, Raum 31

Lecture Desiree Albrecht (Tübingen) "Songs in the Chinese Class: Advantages, Difficulties, Recommendations and Propositions"

Desiree Albrecht, B.Ed.
Lecture "Songs in the Chinese Class: Advantages, Difficulties, Recommendations and Propositions" (M.Ed. project)
Dienstag, 30. Oktober 2018, 16 Uhr c.t., Wilhelmstr. 133, Raum 30

Gastvortrag des ERCCT am 23. Juli: A Tale of Two Villages

Am Montag, den 23. Juli 2018, hält Prof. Lin Kuoming 林國明, Direktor des Departments of Sociology der National Taiwan University (Taipei) einen Gastvortrag am ERCCT. Titel des Vortrages ist "A Tale of Two Villages: The Practice of Participatory Budgeting in Taiwan" und zum Inhalt macht Prof. Lin folgende Angaben:

Since 1994, the Taiwanese state has initiated community-building projects in the hope of nourishing bottom-up participation in local communities. These projects to some extent brought about changes in local organizations and the identities of communities. After twenty years of operation, however, these projects were generally regarded as not “participatory” enough. To deepen democratic participation, in 2015, the Taiwanese state introduced the practice of participatory budgeting (PB) in several communities, where residents gather to discuss and decide how to spend public money. I will examine how the PB projects guided by the ideas of deliberative democracy actually work in two villages with different trajectories of community-building. In contrast to Habermasian theories of deliberative democracy, I use these empirical cases to illustrate the points that the actual working of public deliberation is influenced by cultural categories, solidarity and social organizations in concrete conditions. Looking at the interaction level, my analysis will provide an understanding of how the Taiwanese state’s top-down efforts of democratizing society were conditioned by local peculiarities which previous state actions helped to shape.

Uhrzeit: 18 Uhr c.t.

Ort: Raum 0.01, Keplerstraße 2, 72074 Tübingen

Lecture "In Search of the Origins of Smelting Zinc in China" (Chen Hailiang, Trier)

Dr. CHEN Hailian, Trier University
"In Search of the Origins of Smelting Zinc in China: The Hunan Tradition in Historical Perspective, ca. 1600-1930s"
Dienstag, 24. Juli 2018, 16 Uhr c.t., Wilhelmstr. 133, Raum 30

Lecture "Hot Water: Public Health and Pleasure in Xi'an (1850-1949)" (HUANG Fei, Tübingen)

Junior-Prof. HUANG Fei, Tübingen
"Hot Water: Public Health and Pleasure in Xi'an (1850-1949)"
Dienstag, 17. Juli 2018, 16 Uhr c.t., Wilhelmstr. 133, Raum 30

Lecture "The Manchu Acquisition of Currencies 1607-1636" (Yong LIANG, Tübingen)

Yong LIANG, M.A. (Ph.D. Project)
The Manchu Acquisition of Currencies 1607-1636
Dienstag, 03. Juli 2018, 16 Uhr c.t., Wilhelmstr. 133, Raum 30

Lecture: The China Factor in Taiwanese Politics

Prof. Emerson Niou, University, Professor of Political Science at Duke University
Keplerstr. 2, Raum 38
Donnerstag, 28. Juni 2018, 18 Uhr c.t.

Lecture "Marco Polo’s Crouching Dragons and Hidden Tigers" (Hans Ulrich Vogel, Tübingen)

Prof. Dr. Hans Ulrich Vogel (Sinologie, Geschichte und Gesellschaft Chinas)
Marco Polo’s Crouching Dragons and Hidden Tigers (Vortrag in deutscher Sprache)
Dienstag, 19. Juni 2018, 18 Uhr c.t., Keplerstraße 2, HS 1

Ehem. Taiwanischer Verfassungsrichter hält Vortrag anlässlich 30-jährigen Bestehens der CCK Foundation

Prof. Yeong-chin Su 蘇永欽, ehemaliger Verfassungsrichter und Vizepräsident des Justiz-Yuan der Republik China auf Taiwan, spricht am Donnerstag, den 21. Juni 2018 um 18 Uhr c.t. im Weltethos-Institut Tübingen über "Neuere Reformpläne hinsichtlich des Verfassungsprozessrechts in Taiwan", gefolgt von einem geselligen Umtrunk am China Centrum Tübingen (CCT). Der Vortrag findet anlässlich des 30-jährigen Jubiläums der Gründung der taiwanischen Chiang Ching-kuo Foundation for International Scholarly Exchange (CCKF) in Tübingen als Sitz eines der weltweit nur vier Overseas Centers dieser Stiftung, des European Research Center on Contemporary Taiwan (ERCCT), statt.

Die Verfassungsgerichtsbarkeit hat eine wichtige Rolle im Demokratisierungsprozess sowie bei der Konsolidierung der Demokratie in Taiwan gespielt. Verfassungsjuristen sind darüber einig, dass der Verfassungsprozess für die Bürger noch zugänglicher und transparenter gemacht werden soll, um den Grundrechtsschutz weiter zu verbessern. Heftig diskutiert wird nur noch das Wie: Verstärkung der Normenkontrolle oder Einführung der sogenannten Urteilsverfas-sungsbeschwerde? Wie immer nehmen die meisten in Deutschland ausgebildeten taiwani-schen Verfassungsjuristen entweder auf die deutsche Literatur oder auf deutsche Gerichts-entscheidungen Bezug…

Yeong-chin Su ist Professor am College of Law der National Chengchi University in Taipei, Taiwan (Republik China). Er wurde an der Ludwig-Maximilians-Universität München prom-oviert und war Verfassungsrichter und Vize-Präsident des Justiz-Yuan der Republik China (Taiwan). Gegenwärtig ist er außerdem Mitglied des Regionalkomitees für Europa der Chiang Ching-kuo Foundation for International Scholarly Exchange.

Lecture "The World Chronicles of the Ming Dynasty and the Reconstruction of the Chinese Identity" (Sebastian Demuth, Tübingen)

Sebastian Demuth, M.A. (Ph.D. Project)
The World Chronicles of the Ming Dynasty (1368-1644) and the Reconstruction of the Chinese Identity
Dienstag, 12. Juni 2018, 16 Uhr c.t., Wilhelmstr. 133, Raum 30

Lecture "Rule of Law and the Modernization of State Governance" (Wang Liping, Fujian School of Administration)

Prof. Dr. WANG Liping, Direktor des Center for Research for Fujian Pilot Free Trade Zone an der Fujian School of Administration, und unterrichtet Recht an der Provinzparteischule Fujian
依法治国与国家治理现代化 (Rule of Law and the Modernization of State Governance"
Dienstag, 12. Juni 2018, 18 Uhr c.t., Keplerstrasse 2, Raum 036

A Complicated Mystery: Why did the Salt Policy Confuse Both Qing Officials and Scholars? (Guo Aiting, Tübingen)

Guo Aiting, M.A. (Ph.D. Project)
A Complicated Mystery: Why did the Salt Policy Confuse Both Qing Officials and Scholars?
Dienstag, 5. Juni 2018, 16 Uhr c.t., Wilhelmstr. 133, Raum 30

Lecture: Studies on the Tool Technology of the Japanese Carpentry Trade (Robert Horres, Tübingen)

Prof. Dr. Robert Horres (Tübingen)

Studies on the Tool Technology of the Japanese Carpentry Trade

Dienstag, 29. Mai 2018, 16 Uhr c.t., Wilhelmstr. 133, Raum 30

Lecture: Captivity and Migration across 16th-century Ming-Mongol Borders (FEI Siyan, University of Pennsylvania)

Prof. Fei Siyan (University of Pennsylvania)
Captivity and Migration across 16th-Century Ming-Mongol Borders
Montag, 14. Mai 2018, 18 Uhr c.t., Wilhelmstr. 133, Raum 30

Lecture: Approaches to Business Ethics in the Chinese Context: Philosophical and Economical Perspectives (Stephan Rothlin, Macao)

Dr. Stephan Rothlin, SJ (Macau Ricci Institute)
Approaches to Business Ethics in the Chinese Context: Philosophical and Economical Perspectives
Dienstag, 8. Mai 2018, 16 Uhr c.t., Wilhelmstr. 133, Raum 30

Lecture: Popular Science and Superstition in the Age of Evidential Learning: Zheng Guangzu's Miscellaneous Notes (BIAN He, Princeton Univ.)

April 24, 2018, 16Uhr c.t. in R 42

Prof. BIAN He 邊和 "is a historian of late imperial / early modern China. Her research interests span many topics pertaining to the question of authority and variation in China’s traditional culture, particularly in medicine and the natural sciences, between the sixteenth and nineteenth centuries. Overall, her passion lies in writing a new kind of Chinese cultural history that foregrounds knowledge of all kinds, and is also rigorously contextualized by institutional, social, and economic conditions of the day.

Professor Bian's first book, Know Your Remedies: Pharmacy and Early Modern Culture in China, 1500-1800 is near completion under contract with the Princeton University Press. This book sheds new light on China’s early modern condition by investigating the transformation and diversification of the encyclopedic pharmacopeia known as bencao (materia medica). In so doing, this study also reveals the material underpinnings of Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM) from the perspective of its pharmacy, and argues that the expansion of TCM into an integrated cultural and business enterprise in fact had its recent origin in the 17th-18th centuries.

Future research plans include a social history of medical recipes in late imperial China, a study of humans and objects in the Old Manchu Archive (Jiu Manzhou dang), and Chinese medicinal trade in the long nineteenth century.

Before joining the Princeton faculty in 2014, Professor Bian received her B.S. degree from Peking University, M.S. from the University of Illinois at Chicago and Ph.D. in history of science from Harvard University. At Princeton, she teaches introductory courses to Modern East Asia (HIS 208) and Early Modern China (HIS 324), as well as seminars on special topics such as Medicine and Health in China (HIS 472). She advises undergraduate and graduate students on topics related to Ming-Qing history and East Asian science, technology and medicine. In Spring 2018 she will be a visiting scholar at the Max Planck Institute for the History of Science (MPIWG)."

Lecture: The Beauty of "Exquisiteness"  and "Innocence": Lu Xun's View on Art from the "Painting Album of Fukiya Kōji" (HUANG Yuhuan, M.A. project)

HUANG Yuhuan, B.A. (M.A. Project)
The Beauty of "Exquisiteness" and "Innocence": Lu Xun's 魯迅 (1881-1936) View on Art from the "Painting Album of Fukiya Kōji (1898-1979)" (蕗谷虹兒畫選)
Dienstag, 6. Februar 2018, 13 Uhr c.t., Wilhelmstr, 133, Raum 42

Lecture "Feng Fang’s Forgeries of "Classical Studies" (jingxue): Textual Characteristics of his 'Studies of Generations' (Shixue)" (WANG He, Tübingen)

WANG He, B.A. (M.A. Project)
Feng Fang’s 豐坊 (1492-1563) Forgeries of "Classical Studies" (jingxue 經學): Textual Characteristics of his “Studies of Generations” (Shixue 世學)
Dienstag, 6. Februar 2018, 12 Uhr c.t., Wilhelmstr, 133, Raum 42

Lecture "The Wealth of an Empire: The Economic Acquisition of the Jin-Daiqing State before 1644" (Edward Liang, Tübingen)

Edward Liang, M.A. (Ph.D. Project)
The Wealth of an Empire: The Economic Acquisition of the Jin-Daiqing State before 1644
Dienstag, 6. Februar 2018, 16 Uhr c.t., Wilhelmstr, 133, Raum 30

Lecture "Debates on Military Demobilization during the Republican Period (1912-1925)" (Ulrich Theobald, Tübingen)

Dr. Ulrich Theobald, Tübingen
Debates on Military Demobilization during the Republican Period (1912-1925)
Donnerstag, 1. Februar 2018, 18 Uhr c.t., Keplerstr. 2, Raum 036

Lecture "China's Early Modern Maritime Trade and Commerce: Sources, Evidence and New Analysis" (George Bryan Souza, University of Texas)

Prof. Dr. George Bryan Souza from the University of Texas, San Antonio, will give a talk on the following topic topic:
China's Early Modern Maritime Trade and Commerce: Sources, Evidence and New Analysis
Dienstag, 30. Januar 2018, 16 Uhr c.t., Wilhelmstr, 133, Raum 30

Lecture "The Institutional Reconciliation of Public Administration and Democracy in Taiwan" (CHEN Don-yun, NCCU)

Prof. CHEN Don-yun, National Chengchi University, Taipei
The Institutional Reconciliation of Public Administration and Democracy in Taiwan: In Pursuit of Neutrality, Cost Containment, and Professional Symmetry
Donnerstag, 25. Januar 2018, 18 Uhr c.t., Keplerstr. 2, Raum 036

Lecture "The Semantics of Heaven in Alfonso Vagnone’s Kongji gezhi" (Anna Strob, Tübingen)

Anna Strob, M.A. (Ph.D. Project)
The Semantics of Heaven in Alfonso Vagnone’s Kongji gezhi 空國格致 , c. 1633
Dienstag, 16. Januar 2018, 16 Uhr c.t., Wilhelmstr. 133, R. 30

Lecture "China’s Ritual Economy" (Carsten Herrmann-Pillath, Universität Erfurt)

Prof. Dr. Carsten Herrmann-Pillath, Universität Erfurt
China’s Ritual Economy
Donnerstag, 11. Januar 2018, 20 Uhr c.t., Keplerstr. 2

Lecture "Li Zhi and the Shigang pingyao (1613) in the Light of the Ming Public Debate" (Sebastian Demuth, Tübingen)

Sebastian Demuth, M.A. (Ph.D. Project)
Li Zhi 李贄 (1527-1602) and the Critical Outline of History (Shigang pingyao 史綱評要, 1613) in the Light of the Ming Public Debate
Dienstag, 9. Januar 2018, 16 Uhr c.t., Wilhelmstr. 133, R. 30

Lecture "The Reception of Ulrich Beck’s Reflexive Modernization Theory in China: Further Reflections and Approaches" (Achim Hensell, Tübingen)

Achim Hensell, M.A. (Ph.D. Project)
The Reception of Ulrich Beck’s Reflexive Modernization Theory in China: Further Reflections and Approaches
Dienstag, 19. Dezember 2017, 16 Uhr c.t., Wilhelmstr. 133, R. 30

Lecture "History of the Salt Industry in Shandong Province during pre-Qin and Qin Period" (HOU Yu, Tübingen)

HOU Yu, M.A. (Ph.D. Project)
History of the Salt Industry in Shandong Province during pre-Qin and Qin Period: An Introduction
Dienstag, 12. Dezember 2017, 16 Uhr c.t., Wilhelmstr. 133, R. 30

Lecture "'At Full Moon Clams are Stout': Explanation of Tidal Phenomena in the Book Taixi shuifa" (Sabine Kink, Tübingen)

Sabine Kink, M.A. (Ph.D. Project)
"At Full Moon Clams are Stout": Explanation of Tidal Phenomena in the Book Taixi shuifa 泰西水法, 1612
Dienstag, 5. Dezember 2017, 16 Uhr c.t., Wilhelmstr. 133, R. 30

Vortrag "China und die Kulturrevolution - der letzte Lange Marsch" (Cornelia Herrmanns, Tübingen)

Frau Dr. Cornelia Hermanns
Vortrag/Buchvorstellung: China und die Kulturrevolution - der letzte Lange Marsch
Mittwoch, 8. November 2017, 18 Uhr, im China Centrum Tübingen, Hintere Grabenstraße 26

Lecture "Liu Zhiji's Shitong and its Revival in the Ming Period" (Ailika Schinköthe, Tübingen)

Ailika Schinköthe, M.A. (Ph.D. Project)
Liu Zhiji's 劉知幾 (661-721)Shitong 史通 and its Revival in the Ming Period: Pacing Historiography Anew
Dienstag, 7. November 2017, 16 Uhr c.t., Wilhelmstr. 133, R. 30

Lecture "Taiwan's Death Penalty in Local-Global Dynamics" (Lee Chia-Wen, NCKU)

Prof. Lee Chia-wen 李佳玟 from the Department of Law, College of Social Sciences at National Cheng-Kung University, Tainan, who is currently staying in Tübingen as an ERCCT Visiting Scholar, will give a public talk on
Taiwan’s Death Penalty in Local-Global Dynamics
on Thursday, November 9, 2017, 6:15 p.m, at room no. 036, Keplerstraße 2, 72074 Tübingen.

Lesung "Kriegsrecht - Neue Literatur aus Taiwan" (Thilo Diefenbach)

Das ERCCT lädt herzlich zur Lesung und Buchvorstellung der Anthologie "Kriegsrecht - Neue Literatur aus Taiwan" am kommenden Montag, den 23.10.2017 um 20.15 Uhr im Café Haag (Vor dem Haagtor 1, 72070 Tübingen) ein. Der Sinologe und Übersetzer Thilo Diefenbach wird aus dem von ihm herausgegebenen und großenteils auch von ihm übersetzten Buch lesen und die Erzählungen im Gespräch mit dem Repräsentanten Taiwans in der BRD, Herrn Dr. Shieh Jhy-Wey, in einen historischen und literaturgeschichtlichen Kontext stellen. Das Team des ERCCT sowie unser Mitveranstalter, die Deutsch-Chinesische Gesellschaft e.V. - Freunde Taiwans, würden sich sehr freuen, Sie am Montag im gemütlichen Café Haag zahlreich begrüßen zu können! Der Eintritt ist frei.

Lecture: "A Comparison of Historical Comments in the Shigang pingyao with Li Zhi's Historical Comments in the Fenshu and the Cangshu (Sebastian Demuth, Tübingen)

Sebastian Demuth, M.A. (Ph.D. Project)
A Comparison of Historical Comments in the Shigang pingyao 史綱評要 with Li Zhi's 李贄 (1527-1602) Historical Comments in the Fenshu 焚書 and the Cangshu 藏書
Dienstag, 25. Juli 2017, 18 Uhr c.t., Wilhelmstr. 133, R. 30

Lecture "Localizing Water Spirits in Late-Imperial Sichuan" (Yasmin Koppen, Tübingen)

Yasmin Koppen, M.A. (Ph.D. Project)
Localizing Water Spirits in Late-Imperial Sichuan
Dienstag, 18. Juli 2017, 18 Uhr c.t., Wilhelmstr. 133, R. 30

Lecture "Emotions and Electoral Politics in Taiwan" (Lu-Huei CHEN, NCCU)

Wir laden Sie herzlich zum Vortrag von Lu-Huei CHEN (National Chengchi University) ein. Der Vortrag findet am Dienstag, den 18.07.2017 statt.
Emotions and Electoral Politics in Taiwan
Der Vortrag beginnt um 18.00 Uhr und findet statt im Raum 001, Keplerstrasse 2.

Lecture: "Essays in the 'Collection of Articles on Statecraft of the August Dynasty'" (GUO Aiting, PhD Project)

GUO Aiting, M.A. (Ph.D. Project)
Essays in the "Collection of Articles on Statecraft of the August Dynasty" (Huangqing jingshi wenbian 皇清經世文編)
Dienstag, 4. Juli 2017, 18 Uhr c.t., Wilhelmstr. 133, R. 30

Lecture "Pumps Put in Perspective: Sabatino de Ursis' Taixi shuifa" (Sabine Kink, PhD Project)

Sabine Kink, M.A. (Ph.D. Project)
Pumps Put in Perspective: Sabatino de Ursis' Taixi shuifa 泰西水法
Dienstag, 27. Juni 2017, 18 Uhr c.t., Wilhelmstr. 133, R. 30

Vortrag: The Internationalization of Chinese Philanthropy: Private Initiative or Top-Down Design? (Bertram Lang, MERICS)

Wir laden Sie herzlich zum Vortrag von Herrn Bertram LANG (MERICS, Berlin) im Rahmen des Forschungskolloquiums Modernes China und Greater China Studies ein. Der Vortrag findet am Donnerstag, den 29.06.2017 statt. Das Thema lautet:
"The Internationalization of Chinese Philanthropy: Private Initiative or Top-Down Design?"
Der Vortrag beginnt um 18.00 Uhr und findet statt im Raum 004, Keplerstrasse 2.

Vortrag "When Identity Clashes with Interest: The China Complex in Taiwan" (Wan-Ying Yang, NCCU)

Wir laden Sie herzlich zum Vortrag von Wan-Ying YANG (National Chengchi University, Taipei) im Rahmen des Forschungskolloquiums Modernes China und Greater China ein. Der Vortrag findet am Donnerstag, den 22.06.2017 statt. Das Thema lautet:
"When Identity Clashes with Interest: The China Complex in Taiwan"
Der Vortrag beginnt um 18.00 Uhr und findet statt im Raum 036, Keplerstrasse 2.

Vortrag "Between Autonomy and Authority: Judicial Reform as a Top-Level Designed Policy Field" (Meng Ye, Tübingen)

Wir laden Sie herzlich zum Vortrag von Frau Ye MENG (Universität Tübingen) im Rahmen des Kolloquiums Modernes China und Greater China ein. Der Vortrag findet am Dienstag, den 13.06.2017 statt. Das Thema lautet:
"Between Autonomy and Authority: Judicial Reform as a Top-Level Designed Policy Field" (Ph.D. Project)
Der Vortrag beginnt um 18.00 Uhr und findet statt im Raum 004, Keplerstrasse 2.

Lecture "Chengyu 成語 and Quotatios from Classical Literature in Xi Jinping's Rethoric" (Sebastian Weidenbacher, Tübingen)

Sebastian Weidenbacher, B.A. (M.A. Project)
Chengyu 成語 and Quotatios from Classical Literature in Xi Jinping's Rethoric
Dienstag, 13. Juni 2017, 18 Uhr c.t., Wilhelmstr. 133, R. 30

Vortrag "Die neue Freihandelszonenpolitik der VR China am Beispiel der Provinz Fujian und ihre Bedeutung für die sino-taiwanischen (Wirtschafts-)Beziehungen (Sascha Zhivkov, Tübingen)

Wir laden Sie herzlich zum Vortrag von Herrn Sascha ZHIVKOV (Universität Tübingen) im Rahmen des Kolloquiums Modernes China und Greater China ein. Der Vortrag findet am Dienstag, den 23.05.2017 statt. Das Thema lautet:
"Die neue Freihandelszonenpolitik der VR China am Beispiel der Provinz Fujian und ihre Bedeutung für die sino-taiwanischen (Wirtschafts-)Beziehungen" (Dissertationsprojekt)
Der Vortrag beginnt um 18.00 Uhr und findet statt im Raum 004, Keplerstrasse 2.

Lecture "Translating Western Science to Late Ming China" (Anna Strob, M.A.)

Anna Strob, M.A. (Ph.D. Project)
Translating Western Science to Late Ming China: Alfonso Vagnone's Kongji gezhi 空國格致 (c. 1633)
Dienstag, 23. Mai 2017, 18 Uhr c.t., Wilhelmstr. 133, Raum 30

Lecture "ASEAN 10 + 1: The Relationship between Malaysia and China" (Ming Chu Wu, Universiti Tunku Abdul Rahman)

Wir laden Sie herzlich zum Vortrag von Herrn Dr. Ming Chu WU (Universiti Tunku Abdul Rahman) im Rahmen des Kolloquiums Modernes China und Greater China ein. Der Vortrag findet am Dienstag, den 16.05.2017 statt.
"ASEAN 10 + 1: The Relationship between Malaysia and China"
Der Vortrag beginnt um 18.00 Uhr und findet statt im Raum 004, Keplerstrasse 2.

Lecture "The Reception of Ulrich Becks' Reflexive Modernization Theory in China" (Achim Hensell, Tübingen)

Achim Hensell, M.A. (Ph.D. Project)
The Reception of Ulrich Becks' Reflexive Modernization Theory in China
Dienstag, 16. Mai 2017, 18 Uhr c.t., Wilhelmstr. 133, Raum 30

Lecture "Between Currency Circulation and Imperial Administration: A Causal Analysis of the Depletion of the Ming" (Edward Liang, Tübingen)

Edward Liang, Ph.D. Project
"Between Currency Circulation and Imperial Administration: A Causal Analysis of the Depletion of the Ming and the Ascendency of the Jin-Qing State"
Dienstag, 9. Mai 2017, 18 Uhr c.t., Wilhelmstr. 133, Raum 30

Lecture "The Rise of Social Housing Movement and the Obstacles of a Homeowner Society in Taiwan" (Yi-Ling Chen, NTU)

Wir laden Sie herzlich zum Vortrag von Frau Prof. Yi-Ling CHEN im Rahmen des Kolloquiums Modernes China und Greater China ein.
"The Rise of Social Housing Movement and the Obstacles of a Homeowner Society in Taiwan"
Der Vortrag findet am Donnerstag, den 04.05.2017 statt. Er beginnt um 18.00 Uhr und findet statt im Raum 004, Keplerstrasse 2.

Lecture "Visual Ontologies in Traditional Eastern and Western Arts" (Felix Clausberg, Tübingen)

Felix Clausberg, B.A. (M.A. Project)

Visual Ontologies in Traditional Eastern and Western Arts

Dienstag, 2. Mai 2017, 18 Uhr c.t., Wilhelmstr. 133, Raum 30

Lecture "One Year after Taiwan's Watershed Election: How much Change, how much Continuity? (Gunter Schubert, Tübingen)

Wir laden Sie herzlich zum Vortrag von Herrn Prof. Dr. Gunter Schubert im Rahmen des Kolloquiums Modernes China und Greater China ein. Der Vortrag findet am Donnerstag, den 09.02.2017 statt. Das Thema lautet:
"One Year after Taiwan's Watershed Election: How much Change, how much Continuity?"
Der Vortrag beginnt um 18.00 Uhr und findet statt in Raum 004, Keplerstrasse 2

Lecture "Understanding Post-socialist Authoritarian Local/Environmental China in Transition: Party-state Mechanisms and Effectiveness (Shiuh-Shen Chien, NTU)

Wir laden Sie herzlich zum Vortrag von Herrn Dr. Shiuh-Shen CHIEN im Rahmen des Kolloquiums Modernes China und Greater China ein. Der Vortrag findet am Donnerstag, den 19.01.2017 statt.
"Understanding post-socialist authoritarian local/environmental China in transition: Party-state mechanisms and effectiveness"
Der Vortrag beginnt um 18.00 Uhr und findet statt in Raum 004, Keplerstrasse 2.

Lecture "Adaptation Strategies of Taiwanese Investment in the Context of a Changing Chinese Growth Model" (Sascha Zhivkov, Tübingen)

Wir laden Sie herzlich zum Vortrag von Herrn Sascha Zhivkov, M.A. im Rahmen des Kolloquiums Modernes China und Greater China ein. Der Vortrag (Dissertationsprojekt) findet am Donnerstag, den 12.01.2017 statt. Das Thema lautet:
“Adaptation strategies of Taiwanese Investment in the Context of a Changing Chinese Growth Model"
Der Vortrag beginnt um 18.00 Uhr und findet statt im Raum 004, Keplerstrasse 2.

Lecture "Challenging 'Ming' - How Are Culturally Specific Notions of Fate, Choice and Agency Affected by the Economic and Political Transformations in Taiwan? (Desiree Remmert, ERCCT)

Wir laden Sie herzlich zum Vortrag von Frau Dr. Desiree Remmert im Rahmen des Kolloquiums Modernes China und Greater China ein. Der Vortrag findet am Donnerstag, den 22.12.2016 statt. Das Thema lautet:
“Challenging “Ming” - How Are Culturally Specific Notions of Fate, Choice and Agency Affected by the Economic and Political Transformations in Taiwan?”
Der Vortrag beginnt um 18.00 Uhr und findet statt im Raum 004, Keplerstrasse 2.

Lecture "New Developments in Local Administration since the 18th National Congress of the CPC" (Yu Jianxing, Zhejiang University)

Wir laden Sie herzlich zum Vortrag von Herrn Prof. Dr. Jianxing YU von der Universität Zhejiang ein. Der Vortrag findet am Dienstag, den 20.12.2016 statt. Vortrag und Diskussion finden auf Chinesisch statt. Das Thema lautet:
"十八大以来中国地方治理的新进展 (New Developments in Local Administration since the 18th National Congress of the CPC)"
Der Vortrag beginnt um 16.00 Uhr und findet statt im Großen Senat der Neuen Aula.

Lecture "Rural-urban Migration in Contemporary China" (Li Sun, Delft)

Wir laden Sie herzlich zum Vortrag von Frau Dr. Li SUN von der Technischen Universität Delft im Rahmen des Kolloquiums Modernes China und Greater China ein. Der Vortrag findet am Donnerstag, den 17.11.2016 statt. Das Thema lautet:
“Rural-urban Migration in Contemporary China”
Der Vortrag beginnt um 18.00 Uhr und findet statt im Raum 004, Keplerstrasse 2.

Vortrag "Historienmalerei im heutigen China" (Wang Yuliang)

Wang Yuliang, Associate Professor, Fujian Normal University
"Historienmalerei im heutigen China: Reflexionen zum künstlerischen Schaffen in diesem Genre (in Chinesisch)"
Di, 8. November 2016, 18 Uhr c.t., Wilhelmstr. 133, R. 30

Vortrag Zum 300. Todestag von Gottfried Wilhelm Leibniz (Helwig Schmidt-Glintzer)

Prof. Dr. Helwig Schmidt-Glintzer
Vortrag zum 300. Todestag von Gottfried Wilhelm Leibniz (1.7.1646 – 14.11.1716) (VERANSTALTUNGSREIHE NOVISSIMA SINICA)
Chinas Renaissance als Herausforderung für Europa – Zur Aktualität des Chinabildes von Gottfried Wilhelm Leibniz
Sonntag, 13. November 2016, 18 Uhr c.t., Weltethos Institut, Hintere Grabenstr. 26, 72074 Tübingen

Vortrag: Marco Polos Millionen: war der Venezianer in China? (Hans Ulrich Vogel)

Prof. Dr. Hans Ulrich Vogel im Rahmen der Sommeruni
"Marco Polos Millionen: war der Venezianer in China?"
Dienstag, 26 Juli 2016, 10.15 Uhr, Hörsaal des Theologicums, Liebermeisterstr. 16

Symposium zu Ehren von Peter M. Kuhfus

Symposium zur Verabschiedung von Peter M. Kuhfus, Akademischer Oberrat in der Sinologie

Samstag, 23. Juli 2016, 10.15-14.00 Uhr
Wilhelmstr. 133, Raum 30

Lecture "Staying on, after Ricci: The Rediscovered Beijing Journal of Sabatino de Ursis" (António Vasconcelos de Saldanha, Macau/Lisbon)

Prof. Dr. António VASCONCELOS DE SALDANHA , University of Macau and University of Lisbon
Staying on, after Ricci: The Rediscovered Beijing Journal (1610-1616) of Sabatino de Ursis 熊三拔, S.J. (1575-1620)
Dienstag, 19. Juli 2016, 18 Uhr c.t., Wilhelmstr. 133, Raum 30

Gastvortrag "Die Politik von Taiwans neuer Staatspräsidentin Tsai Ing-wen" (Shen Cen-Chu, NCHU)

Am Dienstag, den 12. Juli 2016, spricht um 16 Uhr c.t. in Raum 003 Herr Prof. Shen Cen-Chu (Graduate Institute of National Policy and Public Affairs, National Chung Hsing University, Taichung) zum Thema
"Die Politik von Taiwans neuer Staatspräsidentin Tsai Ing-wen"
Der Vortrag findet in der Keplerstraße 2 statt.

Lecture "New Religious Nationalism in Chinese Societies" (Kuo Cheng-Tian, NCCU)

Am Donnerstag, den 14. Juli, spricht um 18 Uhr c.t. in Raum 038 Herr Prof. Kuo Cheng-Tian (Political Science Department and Graduate Institute of Religious Studies of National Chengchi University, Taipei) zum Thema
"New Religious Nationalism in Chinese Societies"
Der Vortrag findet in der Keplerstraße 2 statt.

Lecture "Sichuan between Imperial Integration and Local Patriotism: Water Culture as a Measure for Solid Unity or Self-reassessment" (Yasmin Koppen, Tübingen)

Yasmin Koppen, M.A. (Ph.D. Project)
"Sichuan between Imperial Integration and Local Patriotism: Water Culture as a Measure for Solid Unity or Self-reassessment"
Dienstag, 12. Juli 2016, 18 Uhr c.t., Wilhelmstr. 133, Raum 30

Lecture "Presenting Western Technical Instructions to Ming Literati: Description of the 'Jade-Balance Pump' in Sabatino de Ursis' Taixi shuifa" (Sabine Kink, Tübingen)

Sabine Kink, M.A. (Ph.D. Project)
"Presenting Western Technical Instructions to Ming Literati: Description of the Jade-Balance Pump (yuheng che 玉衡車) in Sabatino de Ursis‘ Taixi shuifa 泰西水法 (Hydromethods of the Great West; 1612), Lecture/Text reading"
Dienstag, 5. Juli 2016, 18 Uhr c.t., Wilhelmstr. 133, Raum 30

Vortrag "Offene Konflikte als 'neue Normalität' in den EU-China-Beziehungen?" (Bertram Langs, MERICS)

Wir laden Sie herzlich ein zu einem Vortrag Bertram Langs vom Berliner Mercator Institute for China Studies (MERICS). Am Donnerstag, den 30.06.2016 wird er sprechen zum Thema:
"Offene Konflikte als 'neue Normalität' in den EU-China-Beziehungen?"
Der Vortrag beginnt um 18.15 Uhr und findet statt im Hörsaal 001, Keplerstrasse 2.

Lecture "The Reception of Ulrich Beck's Reflexive Modernization Theory in China: First Reflections and Approaches" (Achim Hensell, Tübingen)

Achim Hensell, M.A. (Ph.D. Project)
"The Reception of Ulrich Beck's Reflexive Modernization Theory in China: First Reflections and Approaches"
Dienstag, 28. Juni 2016, 18 Uhr c.t., Wilhelmstr. 133, Raum 30

Lecture "Conspiracy Theories: A Product of the European Enlightenment?" (Michael Butter, Tübingen)

Prof. Dr. Michael Butter, English Department, American Studies Program University of Tübingen
"Conspiracy Theories: A Product of the European Enlightenment?"
Dienstag, 21. Juni 2016, 18 Uhr c.t., Wilhelmstr. 133, Raum 30

Lectures "Democracy in China" / "Cross-Srait-Relations"

Lecture/Book Launch
LIN Gang, "China's Long Quest for Democracy"
ZUO Yana, "Evolving Identity Politics and Cross-Strait Relations"
The European Research Center on Contemporary Taiwan in collaboration with the team of Greater China Studies happily invites you to a book launch (see poster above) on next Friday, 17 June 2016, 2.15 pm. The event will take place at HS 04, Neue Aula building.

Lecture "Quotations, chengyu and Junks from Ancient Chinese Texts in the Speeches of Xi Jinping" (Sebastian Weidenbacher, Tübingen)

Sebastian Weidenbacher, B.A.
"Governing a Big Country is like Frying Small Fish". Quotations, chengyu and "Junks" from Ancient Chinese Texts in the Speeches of Xi Jinping (MA project)
Dienstag, 7. Juni 2016, 18 Uhr c.t., Wilhelmstr. 133, Raum 30

Lecture "The Preface to Li Zhi’s Chinese World Chronicle Shigang pingyao" (Sebastian Demuth, Tübingen)

Sebastian Demuth, M.A. (Dissertationsprojekt)
"Preface to Li Zhi’s 李贄 (1527-1602) Chinese World Chronicle Shigang pingyao 史綱評要 (General Outline of History, appended by Critical Notes of Prime Importance; 1613)", Lecture and text reading
Dienstag, 24. Mai 2016, 18 Uhr c.t., Wilhelmstr. 133, Raum 30

Gastvortrag "Hat Needham die Wirkung der Mongoleninvasion Chinas unterschätzt?" (Jean-Pierre Voiret)

Dr. Jean-Pierre Voiret, Calw
"Hat Needham die Wirkung der Mongoleninvasion Chinas unterschätzt?"
Dienstag, 3. Mai 2016, 18 Uhr c.t., Wilhelmstr. 133, Raum 30

Lecture "Translating Western Science, Technology and Medicine to Late Ming China: The Taixi shuifa" (Sabine Kink, Tübingen)

Sabine Kink, M.A. (Dissertationsprojekt)
"Translating Western Science, Technology and Medicine to Late Ming China: The Taixi shuifa 泰西水法 (Hydromethods of the Great West; 1612)"
Dienstag, 9. Februar 2016, 18 Uhr c.t., Wilhelmstr. 133, Raum 30

Lecture "A Near-Revolution in Thought? Pacing Ming Historiography Anew" (Ailika Schinköthe, Tübingen)

Ailika Schinköthe, M.A. (Dissertationsprojekt)
"A Near-Revolution in Thought”? Pacing Ming Historiography Anew"
Dienstag, 2. Februar 2016, 18 Uhr c.t., Wilhelmstr. 133, Raum 30

Lecture "Water, Women and the Stern Eyes of Orthodoxy in Late Imperial China" (Yasmin Koppen, Tübingen)

Yasmin Koppen, M.A. (Dissertationsprojekt)
"Water, Women and the Stern Eyes of Orthodoxy in Late Imperial China"
Dienstag, 26. Januar 2016, 18 Uhr c.t., Wilhelmstr. 133, Raum 30

Vortrag "Zhang Taiyans Revolution: Intellektuelle Strömungen und Gedanken zu Beginn des 20. Jahrhunderts" (Achim Mittag, Dominik Fink, Tübingen)

Prof. Dr. Achim Mittag, Dominik Fink, B.A.
"Zhang Taiyans 章太炎(1868-1936) Revolution: Intellektuelle Strömungen und Gedanken zu Beginn des 20. Jahrhunderts"
Dienstag, 19. Januar 2016, 18 Uhr c.t.,Wilhelmstr. 133, Raum 30

Vortrag "Fundgrube mit Fragezeichen: 俄罗斯解密档案选编:中苏关系" (Peter M. Kuhfus, Tübingen)

Peter M. Kuhfus, Abteilung für Sinologie und Koreanistik, Tübingen
"Fundgrube mit Fragezeichen: 俄罗斯解密档案选编:中苏关系. 12 Bde. Shanghai 2015"
Donnerstag, 14. Januar 2016, 20 Uhr c.t., Keplerstrasse 2, Raum 038

Vortrag "Li Zhi und die Wiederentdeckung des Geschichtswerkes Shigang pingyao (1613) zur Zeit der Kulturrevolution" (Sebastian Demuth, Tübingen)

Sebastian Demuth, M.A., Abteilung für Sinologie und Koreanistik, Tübingen (Dissertationsprojekt)
"Li Zhi 李贄 (1527-1602) und die Wiederentdeckung des Geschichtswerkes Shigang pingyao 史綱評要 ("Kritischer Auszug aus den grundlegenden Werken der Geschichtsschreibung", 1613) zur Zeit der Kulturrevolution"
Dienstag, 12. Januar 2016, 18 Uhr c.t., Wilhelmstr. 133, Raum 30

Vortrag "Probleme der Klassifikation in traditionellen Buchkatalogen und Zhang Xuechengs Lösung" (Ulrich Theobald, Tübingen)

Dr. Ulrich Theobald, Abteilung für Sinologie und Koreanistik, Tübingen
“Wie Perlen aufgereiht”: Probleme der Klassifikation in traditionellen Buchkatalogen und Zhang Xuechengs 章學誠 (1738-1801) Lösung
Dienstag, 15. Dezember 2015, 18 Uhr c.t., Wilhelmstr. 133, Raum 30

Vortrag "Eine chinesische Businesskolonie -mitten im Hunsrück" (Christine Matter, M.A.)

Christine Matter, Sinologie M.A., Business Consultant für chinesische Kunden und Verantwortliche für schulische Belange
"Eine chinesische Businesskolonie - mitten im Hunsrück. Über die Ansiedlung chinesischer Firmen"
Montag, 14. Dezember 2015, 14 Uhr c.t., Wilhelmstrasse 133, Raum 142

Lecture "Science and Empire: The View from Beijing, ca 1700" (Catherine Jami, CNRC)

Prof. Dr. Catherine Jami, Centre National de la Recherche Scientifique, Paris
"Science and Empire: The View from Beijing, ca 1700"
Dienstag, 1. Dezember 2015, 18 Uhr c.t., Wilhelmstr. 133, Raum 30

Lecture "Research on Historical Climate Change and Social Response in China" (Cheng Sainan 成賽男, Fudan University)

Cheng Sainan 成賽男, Ph.D. Candidate, Institute of Chinese Historical Geography, Fudan University, Shanghai
"中国历史时期气候变迁与社会响应研究 (Research on Historical Climate Change and Social Response in China)"
Dienstag, 24. November 2015, 18 Uhr c.t. Wilhelmstr. 133, Raum 30

Lecture "Contesting Lands in Eighteenth-Century Southwest China: An Introduction to the 1784 Huguang Guild Annals" (Huang Fei 黄菲, Tübingen)

Jun.-Prof. Dr. Huang Fei 黄菲, Abteilung für Sinologie und Koreanistik der Universität Tübingen
Contesting Lands in Eighteenth-Century Southwest China: An Introduction to the 1784 Huguang Guild Annals (Huguang huiguan zhuanshu 湖廣會館傳書)
Dienstag, 10. November 2015, 18 Uhr c.t., Wilhelmstr. 133, Raum 30

Public Lecture Overview GCS / ERCCT for July 2015

During the next weeks of July there will be the following public lectures organized by GCS / ERCCT or held by its staff members:

Lecture "Anti-Clerical Literature and the Declining Social Image of the Clergy in Late Imperial China (Wu Junqing, Exeter)

Dr. Wu Junqing, University of Exeter
"Anti-Clerical Literature and the Declining Social Image of the Clergy in Late Imperial China"
Do, 25. Juni 2015, 18 Uhr c.t., Wilhelmstr. 133, Raum 30

Lectures on Buddhism (Christoph Anderl, Gent, Belgien)

Prof. Dr. Christoph Anderl, Universität Gent, Belgien
"How did Buddhism come to the East? Flying Statues and other Dunhuang Transmission Narratives of the Late Tang and Five Dynasties Periods"
Di, 2. Juni 2015, 12 Uhr c.t., Wilhelmstr. 133, R. 42

"Buddhist Text-Image Programs: A Case-Study of the Self-Immolation Tableaux at Mt. Baoding, Sichuan"
Mi, 3. Juni 2015, 18 Uhr c.t., Wilhelmstr. 133, R. 42

Lecture "Enironmental Changes in the Lower Yangtze Region" (Cheng Sainan 成賽男, Fudan University)

Cheng Sainan 成賽男, Ph.D. Candidate, Fudan University, Shanghai
"Enironmental Changes in the Lower Yangtze Region"
Dienstag, 5. Mai 2015, 12 Uhr c.t., Wilhelmstr. 133, R. 42

Lecture "The Typical Process of Yunnan Well Salt Production" (Zhu Xia 朱霞, Beijing Normal University)

Prof. Dr. Zhu Xia 朱霞, Beijing Normal University, Department of Literature
"云南盐井的开掘、官收和淘汰 — 以《滇南盐法图》为研究开端 (The Typical Process of Yunnan Well Salt Production from Private Digging, Official Confiscation to Elimination: The “Illustrations on the Salt Production Methods of Yunnan”)"
Dienstag, 10. Februar 2015, 12 Uhr c.t., Wilhelmstr. 133, R. 42

Gastvortrag "Taiwans Frauenbewegung in China: Die Rolle der Kontakte über die Taiwanstraße" (Astrid Lipinkski, Wien)

Prof. Astrid Lipinsky (Universität Wien)
"Taiwans Frauenbewegung in China: Die Rolle der Kontakte über die Taiwanstraße"
Donnerstag, 5. Februar 2015, um 18 Uhr c.t., Wilhelmstr. 133, R. 30.

Lecture "Origin and Development of Chinese Paper-making Techonology as seen from Handicraft Paper Production by Ethnic Minorities (Li Xiaocen 李晓岑, Beijing University of Technology)

Prof. Dr. Li Xiaocen 李晓岑, Institute of Metallurgy and Materials History, Beijing University of Technology 北京科技大学冶金与材料史研究所
从少数民族手工造纸看中国造纸术的起源和发展 (Origin and Development of Chinese Paper-making Technology as seen from Handicraft Paper Production by Ethnic Minorities)
Dienstag, 3. Februar 2015, 12 Uhr c.t., Wilhelmstr 133, R. 42

Two Lectures by Yuan Yansheng 袁延胜 (Zhengzhou University)

Prof. Dr. Yuan Yansheng 袁延胜, History Department, Zhengzhou University 郑州大学历史学院
"秦汉简牍中的户口资料介绍 (Introduction into Qin and Han Bamboo Slips Providing Data on Population) "
Dienstag, 15. Juli 2014, 12 Uhr c.t., Wilhelmstr. 133, Raum 42

"新世纪以来中国简帛出土情况介绍2000-2014年 (Introduction into the State of the Field of Bamboo and Silk Manuscripts Excavated in China in the New Century)"
Dienstag, 8. Juli 2014, 12 Uhr c.t. Wilhelmstr. 133, Raum 42

Two Lectures by Shelley Ching-Yu Hsieh 謝菁玉 (NCKU)

Prof. Dr. Shelley Ching-Yu Hsieh 謝菁玉 National Cheng Kung University, Tainan,Taiwan
"Embodiment in Linguistic Studies: With a Focus on Animal Expressions in Mandarin Chinese and German "
Mittwoch, 18. Juni 2014, 18 Uhr c.t., Wilhelmstr. 133, Raum 42

"Salty Expressions in Mandarin Chinese, Southern Min and German: A Linguistic Approach "
Dienstag, 24. Juni 2014, 12 Uhr c.t., Wilhelmstr. 133, Raum 42

Lectures on Buddhism (Bart Dessein, Gent, Belgium)

Prof. Dr. Bart Dessein von der Faculty of Arts and Literature der Universität Gent, Belgien, wird am 20. und 21. Mai drei Vorträge an der Abteilung für Sinologie halten:

Lecture "Immigration and Development of Duoyeshu Village in the Southwest Mountain Regions During the Last 300 Years" (Huo Renlong 霍仁龙, Fudan University)

Huo Renlong 霍仁龙, M.A., PhD candidate in Historical Geography, Fudan University, Shanghai, will hold a lecture on the theme
" 近三百年来西南山区聚落多椰树村的移民与开发研究 (Immigration and Development of Duoyeshu Village in the Southwest Mountain Regions During the Last 300 Years)"
Dienstag, 13. Mai 2013, 12 Uhr c.t., Wilhelmstr. 133, Raum 42

Gastvortrag "Karrieremöglichkeiten in China" (Dorothea Leonardi, AHK Beijing)

Dienstag, 29. April 2014, 18 Uhr c.t., Wilhelmstr. 133, Raum 30

Gastvortrag "Marktkunst und Kunstmarkt in China: Gründe für einen nicht-kommerziellen Kunstraum in China" (Antonie Angerer, Anna Eschbach)

Am Di, 23.4., um 18:00 Uhr werden Frau Antonie Angerer, eine ehemalige Studentin der Tübinger Sinologie, und Frau Anna Eschbach, MA Kunstgeschichte, ebenfalls Tübingen, ihr aktuelles Projekt vorstellen: "Marktkunst und Kunstmarkt in China: Gründe für einen nicht-kommerziellen Kunstraum in China".
Das Projekt wird Ende Mai in Peking starten und jungen Künstlern aus aller Welt die Gelegenheit bieten, in einer "Kunstresidenz" frei von den Zwängen des Marktes ihren eigenen Stil zu entwickeln.
Mehr dazu auf www.yi-projectspace.org.

Gastvortag "Einführung in das Portal Crossasia" (Matthias Kaun, Stabi Berlin)

Wir laden zu einem Gastvortrag ein von Matthias Kaun, Staatsbibliothek Berlin Preußischer Kulturbesitz
"Einführung in häufig verwendete Datenbanken des Portals Crossasia."
Zeit. Mittwoch, den 29. Januar 2014, 18 Uhr, Raum: Sinologie, Wilhelmstr. 133, Raum 62

Lecture "The Establishment of the Yuan Financial System" (Li Chuanyuan 李春园, Fudan University, Shanghai)

Li Chuanyuan 李春园, PhD candidate in History, Fudan University, Shanghai
"The Establishment of the Yuan Financial System"
Dienstag, 18. Juli 2013, 18 Uhr c.t., Wilhelmstr. 133, Raum 42

Lecture "Administering Justice in the Ming: Correcting Unreasonable Judgments" (Roger Greatrex, Lund, Sweden)

Roger Greatrex (Lund, Sweden)
Administering Justice in the Ming: Correcting Unreasonable Judgements
The lecture focuses on the phenomenon of bo'an 駁案, variously translated as 'unacceptable decisions' and 'reversed cases'. The readings are drawn from the Wang Gongyi bogao 王恭毅駁稾 by Minister of Justice Wang Gai 王概 (1418-1474, js 1442).
Donnerstag, 27. Juni 2013, 18 Uhr c.t., Wilhelmstr. 133, Raum 42

Lecture "The Salt Certificate System and Salt Allotment per Capita during the Yuan Period " (Li Chuanyuan 李春园, Fudan University, Shanghai)

Li Chuanyuan 李春园, PhD candidate in History, Fudan University, Shanghai
"The Salt Certificate System and Salt Allotment per Capita during the Yuan Period"
Dienstag, 25. Juni 2013, 18 Uhr c.t., Wilhelmstr. 133, Raum 42

Lecture "The Scholarship of Discovery and the Great Divergence" (James Lee, HKUST)

Vortrag von Prof. Dr. James Lee, Hong Kong University of Science and Technology
"The Scholarship of Discovery and the Great Divergence"
Freitag, 26.10.2012, 10 Uhr c.t. Wilhelmstr. 133, Raum 42

Lecture "Institutionalization and Regularization - the Sino-Taiwanese Economic Cooperation Framework Agreement and the Crowding-out of the Non-state Actor" (Winne King, Bristol)

The ERCCT's Associate Fellow Dr. Winnie King from the Centre for East Asian Studies, University of Bristol and the British Inter-University China Centre, will visit the ERCCT next week from February 2nd to 4th. Dr. King will give a public lecture exploring the topic of "Institutionalization and Regularization--ECFA and the crowding out of the non-state actor?"
It is scheduled for Thursday, February 2nd, 6 to 8 p.m.
Venue is the Department of Chinese and Korean Studies, at Wihlemstr. 133, 72074 Tübingen, room 30.

Lecture "Exploring Heritage Trajectories in Taiwan: The 17th Century" (Ann Heylen, NTNU)

Prof. Ann Heylen from the National Taiwan Normal University's Graduate Institute of Taiwan Culture, Language and Literature, will visit the ERCCT from January 31st to February 3rd, 2012.
On Tuesday, January 31st, (6 p.m.) Prof. Heylen will hold a public lecture that is entitled "Exploring Heritage Trajectories in Taiwan: The 17th Century"and refers to the resurgence of interest on Taiwan in 17th Century Dutch Formosa.
Venue is the Department of Chinese and Korean Studies, room 30, at Wilhelmstr. 133, 72074 Tübingen

Lecture "Taiwan’s 2012 Elections – Strategies and Results" (Gunter Schucher, GIGA)

Dr. Günter Schucher, Senior Research Fellow at the GIGA Institute of Asian Studies, Hamburg, and ERCCT Associate Fellow will visit the ERCCT from January 25th to 28th and give a public lecture at the ERCCT. His subject matter is of great topicality: "Taiwan’s 2012 Elections – Strategies and Results".
The lecture will take place on Thursday, January 26th at 6 p.m. at the Department of Chinese and Korean Studies, Wilhselmstr. 133, 72074 Tübingen.

Lecture "Elections in Taiwan: Can Democratisation be a Force for International Stability?" (Christopher Hughes, LSE)

Das European Research Center on Contemporary Taiwan (ERCCT) lädt zu einem Vortrag des Londoner Politiktwissenschaftlers Prof. Christopher Hughes ein: "Elections in Taiwan: Can Democratisation be a Force for International Stability?"
Der Vortrag wird stattfinden in der Abteilung für Sinologie und Koreanistik (Wilhelmstrasse 133), Raum 30, 18 bis 20 Uhr (c.t.).

Vortrag "Modell China - ein Auslaufmodell?" (Thomas Heberer, Duisburg-Essen)

Steht auch China vor einer "Jasminrevolution"? Oder ist das 'Modell China' relativ stabil? Und wenn es stabil ist, welche Faktoren sind dafür verantwortlich? Der Referent, Professor für Politik Ostasiens an der Universität Duisburg-Essen und zur Zeit als Gastwissenschaftler an der Universität Tübingen tätig, befasst sich mit der besonderen Situation der gegenwärtigen Entwicklung, der Frage der Stabilität sowie mit den Diskursen und Voraussetzungen für politischen Wandel.
Der Vortrag findet statt am Donnerstag, 24. November, um 18 Uhr c.t. im AOI, Abteilung für Sinologie und Koreanistik, Wilhelmstrasse 133, Raum 30.

Festvortrag "Die Krise der Republik China nach 1912" (Prof. Dr. Thomas Fröhlich, Erlangen-Nürnberg)

Anlässlich des 100-jährigen Bestehens der Republik China lädt das European Research Center on Contemporary Taiwan ein zu einem Festvortrag von Prof. Dr. Thomas Fröhlich (Lehrstuhl für Sinologie, Universität Erlangen-Nürnberg). Der Vortrag findet am Donnerstag, den 03.11. im Hörsaal 5 der Neuen Aula statt und beginnt um 18 Uhr c.t.

Lecture "China Studies in Taiwan: Encountering and Choice of Postcolonial Scholarship" (Shi Chih-Yu 石之瑜, NTU)

The Chair for Greater China Studies feels honoured to host a public lecture by Prof. Dr. Shi Chih-yu, from the Department of Political Science, National Taiwan University.
The lecture will take place on Monday, July 18, 6 to 8 p.m. and is entitled: “China Studies in Taiwan: Encountering and Choice of Postcolonial Scholarship”
Venue is the Department of Chinese and Korean Studies, Wilhelmstr. 133, 72074 Tuebingen, room 30.

Lecture "Chinese Civil Society Growing out of Participation" (Yu Jianxing, Hangzhou)

Der Lehrstuhl Greater China Studies freut sich, ganz herzlich zu einem Gastvortrag von Prof. Dr. Yu Jianxing (Vice Dean des College of Public Administration an der Zhejiang University, Hangzhou, VR China) am Montag, den 11.07.2011 um 18 Uhr c.t. in Raum 30, einladen zu können.
Herr Professor Yu ist für zwei Wochen als Gastwissenschaftler im Rahmen des BMBF-Kompetenznetzes “Regieren in China” zu Besuch in Tübingen.
Der Titel seines Votrages lautet “中国公民社会在参与中成长 (Chinese Civil Society Growing out of Participation)” . Er wird in chinesischer Sprache gehalten werden. Die anschließende Diskussion findet auf Chinesisch und Englisch statt.