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BACS: The British Association for Chinese Studies

British Association for Chinese Studies (BACS) Annual Conference
King’s College London, 12-14 September 2018
should be submitted by 30 April 2018 .
「Journal of the British Association for Chinese Studies」は2018年1月刊行濟み、次は2018年末頃なので、締切は春の末と思はれる。

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「Resigned Activism: Living with Pollution in Rural China」
Dr Anna Lora-Wainwright, Associate Professor in the Human Geography of China, University of Oxford
Date: 19 February 2018Time: 5:00 PM
Finishes: 19 February 2018Time: 6:30 PM
Venue: Russell Square: College Buildings Room: G3
「Cold War Variations in the Representation of China」oxford 
Monday, 19 February, 17:00 - 18:30 at Seminar Room 1
International History of East Asia seminar.
Hao Chen, University of Cambridge: ‘Contesting Representational Legitimacy in Hong Kong: the Chinese Nationalist, Communist and the “Third Force”, 1949-1962.’
Nelson So, University of Oxford: ‘A Trade-off of the Political Legitimacy? The Republic of China, Mongolia, and the Chinese Representation Debate in the United Nations, 1961.’

「The changing language worlds of Singapore」
Francesco Cavallaro (Nanyang Technological University, Singapore)
Date: 20 February 2018Time: 3:30 PM
Finishes: 20 February 2018Time: 5:00 PM
Venue: Brunei Gallery Room: B102

Territoriality versus Internationalism?: Music Making in China's Treaty Ports
Yvonne Liao (University of Oxford)
Date: 20 February 2018Time: 5:45 PM
Finishes: 20 February 2018Time: 6:45 PM
Venue: Russell Square: College Buildings Room: G52

Why Indigenous Voters of Taiwan Do Not Vote?
Dr Cheng-Hao Pao
Date: 20 February 2018Time: 7:00 PM
Finishes: 20 February 2018Time: 9:00 PM
Venue: Brunei Gallery Room: B102

Amy Matthewson -
「Mr Punch and Chinamania: Blue Willow China and Consumer Consumption in 'Punch' Magazine, 1874-1880」
 February 20 @ 6:30 pm - 9:00 pm  
14 Stephenson Way, London, NW1 2HD, United Kingdom

Feb 21
「China and the West - Crossroads of Civilisation」Peter Nolan
by Institute of Management Studies, Goldsmiths, University of London

「Party, Nation-State, Empire: Morphologies of Rule in China」oxford 
Thursday, 22 February, 17:00 - 18:30 at Lecture Theatre 1
China Centre Seminar - Week 6. Professor Vivienne Shue, University of Oxford

「Mandarin Forum」oxford 
Friday, 23 February, 13:00 - 14:00 at Seminar Room 1
To be confirmed

「Did World War II in China matter?」oxford 
Monday, 26 February, 17:00 - 18:30 at Lecture Theatre 1
Hans van de Ven, is Professor of Modern Chinese History, University of Cambridge

「Reading as creative and social practice: Popular entertainment literature during the Cultural Revolution」
講者:Dr Lena Henningsen (Freiburg University)
Date: 26 February 2018Time: 5:00 PM
Finishes: 26 February 2018Time: 6:30 PM
Venue: Russell Square: College Buildings Room: Room G3
Organiser: SOAS China Insitute 倫敦大學。
Contact email:
Contact Tel: +44 (0)20 7898 4823

Where: Society of Chemical Industry (SCI), 15 Belgrave Square, London SW1 [nearest tube Hyde Park Corner]
21 February 2018
Report back on the Society Tour to Sumatra
Mr Charles Humfrey will give the talk on the September 2017 tour to Sumatra
1.15pm start, finishing by 2.30pm. The sandwich lunch (from 12.30pm) must be ordered by Monday 19 February via the office.



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December 26, 2017 12:19 pm JST
Jonathan Hillman
"Will China's Belt and Road stretch further?"
Beijing should focus on building good infrastructure on the ground, not on extending the initiative on paper

"The Nine Dash Line and UNCLOS: Why China’s Strategists and International Law Don’t Get Along"
By Mapping China 21. July 2016
by Andreas Kechagias

China on the Sea
"How the Maritime World Shaped Modern China"
Zheng Yangwen, University of Manchester
Generations of Chinese scholars have made China synonymous with the Great Wall and presented its civilization as fundamentally land-bound. This volume challenges this perspective, demonstrating that China was not a “Walled Kingdom”, certainly not since the Yongjia Disturbance in 311. China reached out to the maritime world far more actively than historians have acknowledged, while the seas and what came from the seas—from Islam, fragrances and Jesuits to maize, opium and clocks—significantly changed the course of history, and have been of inestimable importance to China since the Ming. This book integrates the maritime history of China, especially the Qing period, a subject which has hitherto languished on the periphery of scholarly analysis, into the mainstream of current historical narrative. It was the seas that made Tang China a “Cosmopolitan Empire” (Mark Lewis), the Song dynasty China’s “Greatest Age” (John Fairbank), China at 1600 “the largest and most sophisticated of all unified realms on earth” (Jonathan Spence), and the reign of the three Qing emperors (Kangxi, Yongzheng and Qianlong) China’s “last golden age” (Charles Hucker).

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