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Probevorträge zur Besetzung der Juniorprofessur Chinesische Sprache, Literatur und Kultur

Die Probevorträge zur Besetzung der Juniorprofessur Chinesische Sprache, Literatur und Kultur
werden am Montag, den 30. Mai stattfinden (online).

08.00 Uhr: Dr. Nan  H u  (Fudan University Shanghai)
"Qiu Yuefeng and the Road to Stardom for Socialist Dubbing Actors"

09.45 Uhr: Dr. Emily Mae  G r a f  (Freie Universität Berlin)
"The Making of the Barefoot Doctor: A History of Medicine in China"

11:30 Uhr: Dr. Mario  D e  G r a n d i s  (University College Dublin)
"(Ethnicity) in Print Media: Alternative Framings of the Short Story 'The Grey Robe'"

13.45 Uhr: Dr. Jessica  I m b a c h  (Universität Zürich)
"Die Neuvermessung der Zukunft – Chinesische Science-Fiction im Zeitalter des Aufstiegs Chinas"

15.30 Uhr: Dr. Dayton  L e k n e r  (A. v. Humboldt-Stipendiat, Universität Freiburg)
"Flower. Power. The writing of a Maoist Campaign, 1951-59"

17.30 Uhr: Dr. Benjamin  K i n d l e r  (Columbia University New York)
"Getting a Life, Making Friends: The Problem of 'Life' in Chinese Socialist Culture"

Online per Zoom. Anmeldung bis Sa 28.05., ausschließlich für Mitglieder der Universität Tübingen: dekanatspam prevention@philosophie.uni-tuebingen.de

Lecture: Xu Runzhou (Tübingen), "Between Cults and Markets: Water-oriented Religious Activities in Licheng"

Xu Runzhou M.A. (Department of Chinese Studies, Tübingen University)
"Between Cults and Markets: Water-oriented religious activities in Licheng" (PhD Project)
Dienstag, 24. Mai 2022, 16 Uhr c.t.
Online Veranstaltung, Zoom Meeting ID: 989 1499 9474, Passcode: 118821

Lecture: Fabian Hiller (Tübingen), "Reevaluating Zhang Taiyan in Japan 1906-1908: Evidence from his Debate and Split with Liu Shipei"

Fabian Hiller M.A. (Department of Chinese Studies, Tübingen University)
"Reevaluating Zhang Taiyan in Japan 1906-1908: Evidence from his Debate and Split with Liu Shipei"
Dienstag, 17. Mai 2022, 16 Uhr c.t.
Hybrid Veranstaltung: Präsenz in Wilhelmstr. 133, Raum 30
Online Zoom Meeting ID: 963 3543 6208, Passcode: 668483

Interaktive Diskussion: "Sinologie als wertgeleitete Orientierungswissenschaft? Diskussion zu einer aktuellen Debatte"

Gunter Schubert und Ulrich Theobald (Tübingen)
"Sinologie als wertgeleitete Orientierungswissenschaft? Diskussion zu einer aktuellen Debatte"
im Rahmen des Colloquium Greater China Studies
Do, 12. Mai, 18:00 c.t.
Seminarraum 001, Verfügungsgebäude Wilhelmstr. 19

Lecture: WANG Yakai (Tübingen), "Black Charm: The Role of Women in the Qing Dynasty Opium Consumption"

Dr. Wang Yakai (Department of Chinese Studies, Tübingen University)
"Black Charm: The Role of Women in the Qing Dynasty Opium Consumption"
Dienstag, 10 Mai 2022, 16 Uhr c.t.
Hybrid Veranstaltung: Präsenz in Wilhelmstr. 133, Raum 30
Online Zoom Meeting, ID: 948 0035 9016, Passcode: 318632

Lecture: "The Institutionalization of Area Studies in the Triple Alliance II"

Prof. Gunter Schubert (Tübingen) & Prof. Lee You Jae (Tübingen), "Area Studies at the Institute of Asian and Oriental Studies: How to Bridge Disciplinary Difference and Time"; Prof. Zhai Kun (PKU), "Research for Practical Use: A New Trend in China's Southeast Asian Studies", a joint lecture moderated by Prof. Sabrina Habich-Sobiegalla (FU Berlin), part of the Triple Alliance Online Series (Autumn/winter term 2021/22)

Fri, 6 May 2022, 10:00 AM CET, per WebEx (see attached QR code).

Colloquium History and Culture of China Summer Term 2022

Tuesday, 4 p.m. c.t., Wilhelmstraße 133, Room 30 [unless otherwise indicated]
Organizers: Prof. Dr. HUANG Fei and Prof. Dr. Achim Mittag

May 10: Dr. Wang Yakai (Tübingen) "Black Charm: The Role of Women in the Qing Dynasty Opium Consumption"
May 17: Fabian Hiller, M.A. (Tübingen) "Reevaluating Zhang Taiyan in Japan 1906-1908: Evidence from his Debate and Split with Liu Shipei"
May 24: Xu Runzhou M.A. (Tübingen) "Between Cults and Markets: Water-oriented Religious Activities in Licheng"
June 14: Dr. Jörg Hüsemann (Universität Leipzig) "Soy, Silt, and Sh*t - Fertilizers in Agronomic Treatises of Early Modern China"
June 21: Patrick Aberle M.A. (Tübingen) "Xu Guangqi’s Arboricultural Knowledge Structure"
June 28: Prof. Dr. Fu Yang (National Taiwan University) "Two Attitudes to Labour in Pre-Imperial China"
July 5: Jiang Qingjun, M.A. (Tübingen) "Reshaping Masculinity between China and Korea during the Ming-Qing Transition (17th and 18th Centuries)"
July 12: Zhang Zhirui M.A. (Tübingen) "The Concept of xing Body in Pre-Imperial China"
Thursday, July 14: Prof. Dr. Yang Zhiyi (Goethe Universität Frankfurt) "Toward Mnemonic Justice: The Kneeling Statue of Wang Jingwei and China's WWII Collaboration"
July 19: Christian Buskühl M.A. (Tübingen) "Imperial Orthodoxy and Donglin Conspiracies: The Official Account of the 'Three Cases' Given in the San chao yaodian 三朝要典 (1626)"
July 26: Zhao Yawei M.A. (Tübingen) "Cultural Exchanges between Chinese Landscape Gardens and European Chinoiserie Gardens during the Qing Period (18th and 19th Cents.)"

Colloquium Greater China Studies Summer Term 2022

Usually Thursday at 6 PM, at Seminarraum 001, Verfügungsgebäude Wilhelmstr. 19
May 12, 6 PM, Gunter Schubert & Ulrich Theobald (Tübingen) "Sinologie als wertgeleitete Orientierungswissenschaft? Diskussion zu einer aktuellen Debatte"
May 19, 6 PM, SONG Xiance (Tübingen) "Local Policy Process in the Xi Era: Steering Business Environment Policy and its Evaluation Practice in China"
June 2, 6 PM, GUO Liqiao (Tübingen) "The rivalry between Mainland China and Taiwan: how they view each other's application to join the CPTTP"
June 23, 6 PM, Vivien Markert (Tübingen) "The Chinese Islamic Association on the Sinicization of Islam"
July 1 Fr (!), 12:00, Hörsaal 1, Keplerstr. 2, LIN Yao (NYU Shanghai) "“Authoritarian Malepistemization and Its Discontents: Chinese Discourses on the Russo-Ukrainian War"
July 7, 6 PM, LEE Yi Nga (Tübingen) "Hong Kong exiles in Taiwan: an ongoing observation"
Jul 21, 6 PM, Isabelle Cheng (Portsmouth) "To flee is to be ‘free’? Undocumented migrant farmworkers in Taiwan before and during the pandemic"
Jul 28, 6 PM, Amélie Keyser-Verreault (Tübingen) "Embodied ambivalence: Taiwanese fat women’s negotiation and subversion of their hyper(in)visibility"

Einführungsveranstaltung Sinologie / Introduction to Courses

Die Veranstaltung wird in Präsenz in R. 30, Wilhelmstr. 133 (1. Stock) abgehalten. Der Raum fasst ca. 30 Personen.

Di, 19.4.2022, 9:00-10:00 Studierende im Haupt- und Nebenfach B.A., B.Ed. 2. Semester
Di, 19.4.2022, 10:00-11:00 Studierende im Haupt- und Nebenfach B.A., B.Ed. 4. Semester
Di, 19.4.2022, 11:00-12:00 Studierende im Haupt- und Nebenfach B.A., B.Ed. 6. und 8. Semester
Di / Tue, 19.4.2022, 12:00-13:00 Studierende im M.A., M.Ed. / MA Students

Lecture: "The Institutionalization of Area Studies in the Triple Alliance I"

Prof. Verena Blechinger-Talcott (FU Berlin), Prof. Marianne Braig (FU Berlin), Prof. Qian Chengdan (PKU), Prof. Duan Demin (PKU), "The Institutionalization of Area Studies in the Triple Alliance I",
a joint lecture moderated by Prof. Lee You Jae (Tübingen), part of the Triple Alliance Online Series (Autumn/winter term 2021/22)

Wed, 6 April 2022, 10:00 am CET, per Zoom (see attached QR code).

Scholarship: Further Extension of the Gerda-Henkel PhD Scholarship for Anna Strob, M.A.

We are pleased to announce that Anna Strob was granted a twelve-month extension of her PhD scholarship of the Gerda Henkel Foundation. The generous grant will allow her to continue her research on the knowledge transmission between Europe and China in the early seventeenth century and to finalize her dissertation project that focuses on the translation of Aristotle’s natural philosophy to late Ming China. The main body of her doctoral thesis consists of an annotated translation and analysis of the Kongji gezhi 空際格致 (Investigation into Phenomena in the Atmosphere, c. 1633), a Chinese adaption of the Coimbra commentaries on Aristotle’s natural philosophy written by the Jesuit author Alfonso Vagnone. Her doctoral thesis is supervised by Prof. Dr. Hans Ulrich Vogel and Prof. Dr. Achim Mittag.

BMBF-Teilprojekt Taiwan als Pionier am ERCCT

Wir begrüßen Dr. Amélie Keyser-Verreault als neue Mitarbeiterin bei uns! Dr. Keyser-Verreault wird ein Teilprojekt des BMBF-Projekts „Taiwan als Pionier“ (Webseite) als Postdoc-Fellow am ERCCT in Tübingen durchführen. Es handelt sich um das erste sozialwissenschaftliche BMBF-geförderte Projekt zu Taiwan überhaupt. Weitere Forscher:innen sind in Trier und Bochum beteiligt. Die Laufzeit des Projekts ist von 2022-2026. Weitere Informationen finden Sie auf den Seiten des ERCCT.