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CfP: The 2020 International Conference on the History of Christian Protestant Missionaries (deadline: 2020-06-30)

Conference Goal:
In honor of missionary contributions to Taiwan, Changhua Christian Hospital Historical Museum collaborates with Asia Pacific Studies, University of Central Lancashire (UCLAN), Department of History, Tung Hai University, Department of History, National Chung Shing University, and Presbyterian Church in Taiwan (PCT) to host the 2020 International Conference on the History of Christian Protestant Missionaries.

Conference Date: September 24-25, 2020
Conference Venue: Changhua Christian Hospital (CCH) International Education and Training Center (B1)
Conference Theme: Sharing Spaces — British Protestant Missionaries ...

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CfP: Sinophone Literature in the Global South (deadline: 2020-08-31)

CfP: Sun Yat-sen Journal of Humanities.
Special Issue: Sinophone Literature in the Global South

Guest Editors:
Min-xu Zhan, Assistant Professor of the Graduate Institute of Taiwan Literature and Transnational Cultural Studies, National Chung Hsing University, Taiwan
Chia-rong Wu, Senior Lecturer of the Global, Cultural and Language Studies, The University of Canterbury, New Zealand

The discourse of Sinophone literature is two-fold in the network of the Global South. First, it is common to see in traditional Chinese history such expressions as “southern ...

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CfP: 4th edition of the Mapping China Journal (deadline: 2020-02-17)

The double-blind peer-reviewed Mapping China Journal (founded in 2017) is announcing a General Call for Papers for all interested students and early-stage PhD researchers working on Greater China (Mainland China, Hong Kong, Macau and Taiwan).

For the 2020 / 4th edition of the journal, we accept all papers on:

  • Domestic political developments in Greater China
  • China’s regional and international relations
  • Comparative studies and China/ Hong Kong/ Macau/ Taiwan

We are looking to publish political science-based original research on Greater China, but also welcome contributions from other ...

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Launch des Mapping China Journals im Dezember 2017

Im Dezember 2017 erschien die erste Ausgabe des studentischen Mapping China Journals unter dem Thema „Mapping China’s International Relations: Processes of Integration and Disintegration in the 21st Century“. Alle Beiträge des Journals wurden von Studierenden oder Promovierenden verfasst und haben ein double-blind peer-review Verfahren durchlaufen. Damit verschreibt sich das Mapping China Journal der Integration junger Stimmen in den akademischen Diskurs der politikwissenschaftlichen Chinaforschung.

Die Gesamtausgabe des Journals sowie Einzelversionen der Beiträge finden sich hier:
https://mappingchina.org/2017/12/23/mapping-china-journal-no-1/

Herausgeberinnen: Aya Adachi, Tatjana Romig und ...

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