Structure of Sections

  1. Linguistics

  1. Antonyan Ksenia (Institute of Linguistics RAS)
    The semantic field `calm’ (安) in Chinese
  2. Arcodia Giorgio Francesco (University of Milano-Bicocca)
    Sinitic relative clauses: headedness and relativisation strategies
  3. Basciano Bianca (Ca’ Foscari University of Venice)
    Mandarin verbal reduplication in diachronic perspective
  4. Gurian Natalia (Far Eastern Federal University)
    Some Notes on the Early Chinese Dictionary «Guangya» («Extended [Er]ya»)
  5. Kolpachkova Elena (Saint-Petersburg State University)
    Verb Grammatical Categories Interaction in Mandarin Chinese
  6. Kravchuk Alexandr (FEFU)
    The Instant Primer («急就篇»). Analysis of the Chapter of music (乐器部)
  7. Kremnyov Evgeni (Irkutsk Euro-Asian Linguistic Institute (Branch of Moscow State Linguistic University)
    Grammatology aspect of the thesaurus «Er’Ya» on the material of the chapter «释乐
  8. Mu Yezi (Ghent University)
    The Development of Adverb QIE 且 in Medieval Chinese
  9. Paris Marie-Claude (Paris Diderot Universty)
    On Hypothetical Subordinate Clauses in Mandarin Chinese
  10. Song Na (INALCO/CRLAO)
    Preposition ‘thou22 投’ in temporal relation of two events in Baoding dialect and its etymology
  11. Tsankova Antonia (Sofia University )
    Correlational Analysis of the Factors Influencing the Explication of Aspect-tense Markers in Modern Chinese
  12. Uryvskaya Tatyana (Kazan (Volga region) Federal University)
    Alphabetic words in Chinese: the changing in Chinese language picture
  13. Zavyalova Olga (Institute of Far Eastern Studies RAS)
    The Language of Chinese Islam in Russian Prerevolutionary Works
  1. Teaching Chinese as a Foreign Language

  1. Formica Agnese (Savoia Benincasa High School)
    Inclusive education: dealing with special educational needs in the Chinese language classroom.
  2. Gabbianelli Gloria (University of Urbino – Italy)
    Approaching CFL learning through cultural content-video
  3. Gong Junji (INALCO)
    Teaching Chinese kinship terms to French students
  4. Guder Andreas (Freie Universität Berlin)
    How to define an “A2 level reader”? On Impacts of the Chinese Writing System on designing TCFL competence descriptors for the “European Benchmarks for the Chinese language” (EBCL) project
  5. He Lucy (Huron College, Western University)
    Chinese Phonetic Acquisition of Multilingual Students in Canada
  6. Hu Guohua (Lund University)
    Swedish Students’ Perception of the Tones in Chinese Disyllabic Words
  7. Khaydapova Marina (Buryat State University)
    The problem of teaching Chinese characters
  8. Kliem Elisabeth (University of Vienna), Li Yan (University of Vienna)
    Guidance and Motivation: Key points for organizing e- tandem programmes successfully
  9. Li Linda Mingfang (Regent’s University London)
    Business Chinese
  10. Lu Yang (The University of Nottingham, UK)
    Indirect Testing of Speaking in Chinese: the case of HSKK
  11. Regis Veronica (University of Torino (Italy); SIES Altiero Spinelli (Torino, Italy))
    Inclusive Education: Dealing with special educational needs in the Chinese language classroom
  12. Zhang George Xinsheng (Richmond University London)
    CEFR, EBCL and Teaching Chinese as a Foreign Language in Europe
  1. Premodern Literature

  1. Borevskaya Nina (non affiliated)
    Specific Aspects of Literary Insertions’ Modification (XVIth century novel “Xi Yangji”)
  2. Cesarino Loredana (South University of Science and Technology of China)
    The Tang Courtesan of Pingkang District (平康妓) in Ming and Qing Sources
  3. Cheng Yuyao (National University of Singapore)
    Rediscovered and reformed: Xiao Youxian poems in post-Cao Tang era
  4. Fox Ariel (University of Chicago)
    Staging Heavenly Peace: Taiping qian in the Qing Court
  5. Journeau ep. Alexandre Véronique (LANGARTS – CREOPS (Paris-Sorbonne University))
    Relation between Text and Music in 詞 ci of 宋 Song Dynasty: the Case of “烏夜啼 Wu yeti”
  6. Kraushaar Frank (University of Latvia)
    From Love and Slander to Discharged Emotion: Tang Chuanqi 傳奇 Creative Inputs on the Song Manci 慢詞 Tradition
  7. Kravtsova Marina (Saint-Petersburg State University)
    On Ideas of Public Poetic Activity in Ancient and Imperial China.
  8. Kwong Yim-tze (Lingnan University)
    Beginnings of a Poetic Vein in Ci: Zhang Zhihe’s ‘Fisherman Lyrics’
  9. Lebedeva Alexandra (Saint Petersburg State University)
    Rhythm and tempo figures of Tang poetry: Han Shan and Shi De verses
  10. Luhn Clara (Ludwig-Maximilians University Munich)
    How to Word a Letter in Song Dynasty: Sources and Influence of the Encyclopedia Shuxu zhinan
  11. Mitkina Evgenia (Saint-Petersburg State University)
    Poetic Cycles in Pre-Tang Age
  12. Song Lihua (Shanghai Normal University)
    A Study on the Christianization of Missionary Translations: Laura M. White’s Chinese Translation of Romola
  13. Storm Kerstin (Institute for Sinology and East Asian Studies)
    On the Interrelation of Law and Literature in Decisions (pan) From the Tang Dynasty (618–907)
  14. Svensson Ekström Martin ( of Languages & Literatures)
    Ekphrastic Poetics in Early China: A Comparative Reading of Homer, Xunzi and Sima Xiangru
  15. Vinogrodskaya Veronika ( Institute of Far Eastern Studies RAS)
    You Meng Ying: an Interactive Project in Premodern Chinese Literature
  16. Vitiello Giovanni (University of Naples )
    The Rise of Erotic Fiction in Late Imperial China as a Cultural Phenomenon
  17. Wang Bing (Nanyang Technological University)
    Classical Chinese Poetry in Southeast Asia Since 1881
  18. Yuan Xing (City University of Hong Kong)
    A Study on Chen Yunlian’s Poems about the Opium War and the Taiping Rebellion
  19. Zakharova Natalya (Institute of World Literature, RAS)
    Diary of Chinese diplomat Xue Fu-Cheng in the late of XIX century as a model of
  1. Modern Literature

  1. Breuer Rüdiger (Ruhr-Universität Bochum)
    Theatre, Song and Performance in Three Novels by Mo Yan
  2. Cantelmi Anna (Zhejiang University)
    Dante’s translation and influence in modern China
  3. Chan Shelley (Wittenberg University)
    The Frog, the Goddess, and the Children: On Mo Yan’s Frog and China’s Family Planning Policy
  4. Chen Shuowin (National Chung Hsing University)
    Hymn of Beauty in the Tides: Study on Zhu Weiji’s Aesthetic Literary Works and Translations in Shanghai during the 1930s
  5. Choy Howard Yuen Fung (Hong Kong Baptist University)
    Literature and Medicine: Illness Writings in Modern China
  6. Codeluppi Martina (Ca’ Foscari University of Venice/Université Sorbonne Nouvelle Paris 3)
    “Third-rate Scholars Do Overseas”: Mainland China and Research on Chinese Literature in Foreign Languages
  7. Giuffré Salvatore (University of Malta)
    Far-away Wanderings and the Cosmic Space in Feng Zhi’s early Poetry
  8. He Jinli (Trinity University)
    Wang Guowei and the Idea of Ziran in Chinese Literature
  9. Huang Jin-chu (National Chung Cheng University)
    The Boundary-crossing and Moving of Female Discourses in Late Qing Newspapers and Periodicals Managed by Women
  10. Hunt Pamela (SOAS)
    Unruly Bodies: Grotesque Masculinity and Transgression in Feng Tang’s Beijing Trilogy
  11. Keung Hiu Man (The University of Edinburgh)
    ‘Nora’ Missing Home: A Re-examination on the Ethical Restraints in Bai Wei’s Drama
  12. Khuziiatova Nadezhda (Far Eastern Federal University)
    Writings of Xu Xiaobin: in search of the lost syncretism
  13. Klöter Henning (Humboldt University of Berlin)
    Language lost? A linguistic critique of Sinophone literature
  14. Kuznetsova Maria (Far Eastern Federal University)
    “Autobiography of Shen Congwen”: Writer’s Experience of Self-Discovery
  15. Ma Xiaolu (Harvard University)
    From Nigilisty to Xuwudang: The Transculturation of Russian Nihilism in East Asia
  16. Marco Fumian (University G. D’Annunzio Chieti-Pescara)
    The workplace novel as a vehicle of ideological education
  17. Nadel Ira (University of British Columbia)
    Oriental Bloomsbury
  18. Nikitina Alexandra (Saint-Petersburg State University)
    Madonna and Child: the Image of Mother in Mo Yan’s Novel “Big Breasts and Wide Hips”
  19. Pesaro Nicoletta (Ca’ Foscari University of Venice)
    The Reinvention of a Genre: Zhang Ailing and her Posthumous Novel Xiao tuanyuan: bringing Western psychological novel into the frame of Chinese “social novel” 社会小说.
  20. Rampolla Giulia (University of Naples )
    From Hedonism to Realistic Representation: Female Characters in Chinese New Urban Fiction
  21. Rodionov Alexey (Petersburg State University)
    Issue of National Character in the Literary Works of Lao She
  22. Shulunova Olga (Baikal State University)
    The Conceptosphere of Han Dong’s Urban Lyrics
  23. Sidorenko Andrei (Saint-Petersburg State University)
    The Re-evaluation of Revolutionary History in Contemporary Chinese Fiction
  24. Song Mingwei (Wellesley College)
    Representations of the Invisible: Toward a Poetics of Science Fiction in the Chinese New Wave
  25. Wu Shengqing (Hong Kong University of Science and Technology)
    A Paper Lens onto the Self: Modern China’s Autobiographical Moment
  26. Zaichenko Sofiia (Ankara University)
    A “Philological metaphor” in Contemporary Chinese Poetry
  1. Cinema, Theater, Performing Arts

  1. Børdahl Vibeke (Nordic Institute of Asian Studies, University of Copenhagen)
    Script and Performance in Yangzhou Storytelling
  2. Ceresa Marco (Ca’ Foscari University of Venice)
    Turandot and her Sisters: China on the Italian Opera Stage
  3. Chen Hsiang-Yin (Institute of Chinese Literature and Philosophy, Academia Sinica)
    From The Lower Depths to Sunrise: The Performance of Class Consciousness in Cosmopolitan Theatres and Transcultural Practices
  4. Chirita Andreea (University Lucian Blaga of Sibiu)
    The Aesthetics of Morality in Chinese “New Theatre Wave”: the Case of Wang Chong and Li Jianjun
  5. Di Nallo Ileana (Università degli Studi di Urbino “Carlo Bo”)
    Huang Zuolin and Italian Commedia dell’Arte: an experimental study in the conception of Xieyi theatre
  6. Falaschi Isabella (Lille 3 University)
    Woman as Suffering Body in Some Plays of the Yuan Theatre
  7. Fusini Letizia (SOAS, University of London)
    Antagonists in a community: staging the death and rebirth of tragedy in Gao Xingjian’s play Escape (Taowang 1990)
  8. Ghosh Manas (Jadavpur University)
    Tsai Ming-liang’s Journey to the West: Physiognomy, Body and the Reinvention of Early Cinema aesthetics in Transnational frames
  9. Mitkina Evgenia (Saint-Petersburg State University)
    Micromovies Weidianying (微电影)
  10. Troester Mirjam (Goethe University Frankfurt)
    Demolishing neighbourhoods, establishing communities of sentiment: touring productions from Taiwan and Macau in Mainland China
  11. Xu Meimei (University of Bonn)
    Identity、Mobility and Opportunism: Mooser Brothers’ Entertainment Businesses in China, 1901-1915
  12. Yeh Catherine (Boston University)
    Peking Opera and Modern Dance: Mei Lanfang’s The Goddess Spreads Flowers and the Inherent Ambiguity of Modernism
  1. Translation Studies

  1. Alexiev Alexander (Sofia University )
    Popular Puns in Chinese Folk Rhymes
  2. Chistova Elena (Siberian Federal University)
    Optimization of Translation Process from Chinese into Russian by Speech Recognition Technology
  3. Dmitrenko Aleksandrs (City University of Hong Kong)
    Influence of the Orthodox Theological tradition on Chinese Bible translations by Orthodox Missionaries in China (in comparison to the Roman Catholic and Protestant translations)
  4. Guo Weiwei (Université Lumière Lyon 2)
    A Chinese perception of Translation Through metaphors
  5. Magagnin Paolo (Ca’ Foscari University of Venice / IrAsia (CNRS, Aix-Marseille Université))
    Translating Chinese Children’s Literature: Cao Wenxuan’s “Qingtong kuihua” and the Challenges of Internationalisation
  6. Pan Shaw-Yu (National Taiwan University)
    Imagining the End: Translated Apocalyptic Stories in Early Twentieth Century East Asia
  7. Pavlovic Mirjana (University of Belgrade)
    Serbian Translations of the Modern and Contemporary Chinese Fiction: A Historical Review and Future Perspectives
  8. Pellat Valerie (Newcastle University)
    Insiders, Outsiders and Balance: How a Team of Translation Editors Persuade a Foreign Audience of the Value of Contemporary Chinese Poetry
  9. Rodriguez Carreno Sergio Ivan (Beijing Foreign Studies University)
    Constructing the Chinese strange: the case of early Spanish translations of Liaozhai zhiyi
  10. Wu Xiaofang (The Chinese University of Hong Kong)
    A Quest for East-West Religious Dialogue: on Helen M. Hayes’s Abridged Translation of Xiyouji (1930)
  1. Art, Archeology & Material Culture

  1. Amblard Bérangère (IETT Lyon)
    Spectacle of the body and body on stage in Chinese contemporary art
  2. Anderl Christoph (Ghent University)
    Narrative Tableaux in Yulin Cave 33: An Analysis of Structure and Contents
  3. Andreeva Petya (University of Pennsylvania)
    Revisiting the Qingming Shanhe Tu Narrative: A Newly Discovered Qing Dynasty River Painting
  4. Bollo Sofia (University of Zurich)
    “Look at that old vase!” – Mapping Contemporary Agency of Neolithic China within Museums Contexts
  5. Borisov Dmitriy (Novosibirsk State University)
    Authenticity of the Mausoleum of Cao Cao:
  6. Cheng Wen-Huei (National Chengchi University)
    Education, Enlightenment and Identity: The Cultural interpretation of Han Painting in Late Qing and Early Republic Period
  7. De Nigris Ornella (Sapienza University)
    The Guangdong Times Museum and the Institutional Critique: a New Curatorial Approach
  8. Dmitriev Sergey (Institute of Oriental Studies, Russian Academy of Sciences)
    Tangut orchestra in a Tangut-Chinese Glossary
  9. Festa Marcella (Ca’ Foscari University of Venice)
    Qiemu’erqieke Complex: a New Perspective on Its Cultural Attribution
  10. Furth Charlotte (University of Southern California)
    Frrederich Hirth, Qing Dynasty Painting, and the American Art World
  11. Guo Qiuzi (Heidelberg University)
    Self and Other – Intersection of Identity, Subjectivity and Modernity in Pu Yi’s photography
  12. Huang Ying-Ling, Michelle (Lingnan University)
    Expressing an Alternative Voice: The Role of Chinese Women Painters in Mid-Twentieth Century Britain
  13. Komarovskaya Polina (Petersburg State University)
    «Old Party Secretary» (1973): Origins and Place in the Official Artistic Culture of PRC
  14. Komissarov Sergey  (Novosibirsk State University), Kudinova Maria (Novosibirsk State University)
    The Image of Divine Dog in the Ritual and Myths of Ancient China
  15. Koort Jekaterina (Tallinn University)
    Nature as Language: Examining the origins of Xu Bing’s Landscape Landscripts
  16. Kuznetsova-Fetisova Marina (Institute of Oriental Studies, Moscow)
    Eating habits of the population in the Great Settlement Shang (XIV-XI BC)
  17. Liu Yan (University of Oxford)
    Objects of “Master of Animals” in Ancient China and Western Asia
  18. Lukicheva Polina (University of Zürich)
    Envisioning the World that Originates from One Line: Understanding Shitao’s Theory of Painting.
  19. Montella Andrea (Università degli Studi di Napoli)
    Foreign Burial Practices in China during VI-VII centuries: The Role of Byzantine Coins in Funerary Contexts
  20. Nebon-Carle Valentine (Institute of Transtextual and Transcultural Studies)
    Disneyfication of Russian material heritage in Northeast China
  21. Panova Olga (Russian State University for the Humanities)
    The itinerant monk from the Library Cave and issues of reproduction.
  22. Piech Xenia (University of Zürich)
    Stepping Out: Photographic Portraits of Nobles, Radicals & Educated Elites in China’s Earliest Women’s Magazines
  23. Vampelj Suhadolnik Natasa (University of Ljubljana)
    Castiglione`s art in Hallerstein`s letters
  24. Vinogradova Tatiana (Russian Academy of Sciences Library)
    He-He Two Saints: Twins, Doubles or Chinese Trinity?
  25. Voytishek Elena (Novosibirsk State University)
    Phenomenon of the 埋 香 (“incense burial”) ritual in the traditional culture of China and Korea
  26. Wang Yizhou (Heidelberg University)
    Visualising a Shift in Images of Courtesans from Middle to Late Ming
  27. Yi Lidu (Joy) (Florida International University)
    Karmic Narratives Can Tell—Redefining Cave 12 in Yungang
  28. Yu Yusen (University of Heidelberg)
    Sino-Buddhist Iconography in “Islamic” Paintings of Century Asia and Iran: from Late-14th to Early-16th Century
  1. Chinese Manuscripts, Books, Artifacts Abroad

  1. Lefebvre Romain (Bibliothèque nationale de France)
    The Tangut secular manuscripts : learning Tangut history through their own genuine documents
  2. Maiatckii Dmitri (Petersburg State University)
    About Chinese Rare Books Collections in the Library of the Faculty of Asian and African Studies at St.Petersburg State University
  3. Monnet Nathalie (Bibliothèque National de France)
    Jade as a writing material for Emperor Qianlong
  4. Nie Daxin (Beijing Normal University)
    “Hua Yi Yi Yü Xi Yang Guan” and Relevant Issue
  5. Popova Olga (Institute of Scientific Information for Social Sciences RAS)
    Alekseev Collection of Chinese calligraphy and Books in Moscow
  6. Sanpaweerawong Piyamas (Thammasat University)
    The Study of Sino-Siamese Cultural Exchange through the Analysis of Translation Methods in Chinese – Thai Lexicon “Xianluoguan Yiyu 暹罗馆译语”
  7. Stezhenskaya Lydia (Institute for Far Eastern Studies, RAS)
    The Early 20th century illustrated Shujing in Moscow
  8. Tai Chung Pui (The University of Hong Kong)
    Tangut Fragments with Tibetan Transcription: A Survey on Their Origins, History and Typology
  9. Uspensky Vladimir ( Petersburg State University)
    A copy of the Vajracchedika-sutra kept at St. Petersburg University Library
  1. Religion

  1. Assandri Friederike (University of Heidelberg)
    Faith pledges in Six Dynasties Daoism
  2. Berezkin Rostislav (Fudan University)
    A Popular Buddhist Story at the Ming Court: a Study of Narrative Murals of Dahui Temple in Beijing (Early 16th Century)
  3. Gorbunova Svetlana (Institute of Far Eastern Studies RAS)
    Prominent Chinese Buddhists’ Thinking and Activity
  4. Hamar Imre (Eötvös Loránd University)
    The Khotanese Influence on Chinese Buddhism
  5. Hein Evelina (Sofia University)
    The Miraculous Scripture of the Primordial Lady Sovereign of Azure Clouds (MSPLSAC): a mediator between the Teachings of Dao and the community of believers
  6. Heirman Ann (Ghent University)
    Shoes in Buddhist monasteries from India to China: from an avoidable attire to a sign of respect
  7. Kornilyeva Tatiana (Petersburg State University)
    Sun Wukong beliefs in China
  8. Kuo Liying (EFEO)
    Indian dhāraṇī and Chinese gāthā
  9. Lee Mei-Yen (National Pingtung University)
    The Significance and Practice of Buddhist Consecrations in regard to Sound during the Northern Wei Dynasty
  10. Li Ji (The University of Hong Kong)
    Making religion, making local society: social formation and identity construction of a Catholic village in nineteenth-century Manchuria
  11. Liu Haiwei (University of Southern California)
    From Fight to Fire: the Localization of a Zoroastrian God in Daoism
  12. Mollier Christine (CNRS-CRCAO)
    Talismans and Mantic Practices
  13. Starostina Aglaia (School of the Actual Researches in Humanities (RANEPA))
    Traces of Hairy Maiden Cult in Baoding Area
  14. Storozhuk Alexander ( Petersburg State University)
    Mahakala in Chinese Folksy Religion
  15. Wang Huayan (École pratique des hautes études)
    Underworld judge and belief of divine justice: a case of the worship of Cui Fujun
  1. Philosophy

  1. Ambrogio Selusi (University of Macerata)
    Chinese Philosophical Universalism. The early Western Exclusion and the enduring 中体西用
  2. Dessein Bart (Ghent University)
    ‘Geyi’ Buddhism, or ‘geyi’ Confucianism ?
  3. Eric Nelson (HKUST)
    Cultivating Feeling: Confucianism, Education, and Affective Intelligence
  4. Hamm Matthew (Harvard University)
    The Distance of Heaven: An Analysis of the Guodian Wu Xing
  5. He Fan (Nanyang TechnologicalUniversity)
    Two Visions of Ming明 in Zhuangzi: Epistemological Engagement and Inward Cultivation
  6. Jer-shiarn Lee (National Yunlin University of Science & Technology)
    On Xunzi’s Conventional Principle of Instituting Names
  7. Liu Siyu (Beijing Normal University)
    Theory of self-cultivation and aesthetics in Zhu Xi’s philosophy
  8. Machek David (Universität Bern)
    Self and role in early Warring States China : Reading Mengzi 孟子 from the perspective of the Guodian manuscript Six virtues (Liu De 六德)
  9. Sage Richard J. (LMU Munich)
    Fan Zhixu’s 范致虛 commentary on the Liezi 列子
  10. Schneider Holger (International Consortium for Research in the Humanities (Erlangen))
    Naming Numbers and Picturing Arguments. Aspects of Diagrammatic Reasoning in Computistic Cosmology
  11. Schumacher Jorg (University of Geneva, Switzerland)
    Graham’s «Background of the Mencian Theory of Human Nature» reloaded
  12. Shan Chun (China University of Politics and Law)
    On the Administrative Ethics in Chinese Annals of Executive Officials
  13. Shekera Iaroslava (Taras Shevchenko National University of Kyiv)
    Taoist Meditative Poetry of Shangqing School (on the Example of Works of Tao Hong-jing)
  14. Sjoestedt Gunnar (University of Oslo)
    Meditation and Morality Ledgers: Joint root-and-branch self-cultivation in the late Míng
  15. Terekhova Natalya (Eurasian Linguistic Institute of Moscow State Linguistic University)
    Onto-Hermeneutic Interpretation of Tu Weiming’s New Confucianism
  16. Vávra Dušan (Masaryk University)
    Contextualizing the crippled beings in the Zhuangzi
  17. Yuan Ai (University of Oxford)
    The presentation of self in the Zhuangzi
  1. Premodern History

  1. Bergeton Uffe (University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill)
    Words of War: the Emergence of Wu 武 as an Abstract Concept of Warfare
  2. Escher Julia (Universität Zürich)
    Marriage alliances between Chinese dynasties and the Tǔyùhún吐谷渾 – a study based on the cases of five Chinese Princesses
  3. Gomouline Andrei (Hebrew University of Jerusalem)
    The Image of Jixia in the Han Sources: The Garden of Eden of the Han Literati
  4. Guo Jinsong (Princeton University)
    Divine Numbers and Practical Techniques: Mathematizing the Changes in the Late Southern Song
  5. Hua Kaiqi (University of California, Merced)
    The Translation and Reexamination of the Tangut Script Collection of Virtuous Acts
  6. Terekhov Anthony (Institute of Oriental Manuscripts, RAS)
    The Sagely Emperor: Sheng in Han Court Rhetoric
  7. Theaker Hannah (University of Oxford)
    Peculiar Pivot: Parsing the Life of Muslim General Ma Anliang in the Late Qing Establishment
  8. Vance Brigid Elisabeth (Lawrence University)
    Divining the Ruler’s Fate: the Role of the Interpreter in Late Ming Dream Encyclopedias
  9. Vozchikov Dmitry (Ural Federal University)
    The Winged Lion and the Dragon Observe the Elephant: Burma and Siam in Venetian and Chinese Intellectual Discourse (14th-17th Centuries)
  10. Xing Yun (Fudan University)
    The Collapse of the Uighur Empire and the Northern Frontier Formation of the Late Tang Dynasty
  1. Modern History

  1. Airaksinen Tiina (University of Helsinki)
    Negotiating Legality in the Treaty Port: Peace and Order in China
  2. Borokh Olga (Institute of Far Eastern Studies, RAS)
    From Western Knowledge to “Chinese Economics”: Views of Wang Yanan in the 1930s-1940s
  3. Buettner Clemens (Goethe University Frankfurt)
    Soliciting Subordination from the Soldier: Military Legislation in Early Republican China
  4. Chabaille Fleur (Lumière-Lyon 2 University, Lyon Institute of East Asian Studies)
    Picturing the Laoxikai Incident (1916-1917): an Interpretation of Nationalist Discourses through Press Caricatures
  5. De Togni Monica (University of Turin)
    New intellectuals of the young Republic of China and the non-violence proposals of Mohandas Karamchand Gandhi
  6. F. S. Lopes Helena (University of Oxford)
    Crisis and Opportunity: Refugees in Macau during the Second Sino-Japanese War (1937-1945)
  7. Goodman Bryna (University of Oregon)
    The “Beast in the Home”: New Women and Concubines in the Early Republic
  8. Kharitonova Anna (Petersburg State University)
    China-Southeast Asia Relations As Seen in the Materials of GARF and RGASPI Archives: On the Example of Khmer-Chinese Relations During the 1950s and 1960s.
  9. Leutner Mechthild (Freie Universitaet Berlin)
    The Lost Generation. The persecution of sinologists, 1933-1945
  10. Li Meiying (King’s College London)
    More Than Survival: Chinese Republican Navy and Political Evolution in the Inter-War Period (1895-1937)
  11. Lomanov Alexander (Institute of Far Eastern Studies RAS)
    Yin Haiguang’s Liberal Reappraisal of Chinese Culture
  12. Nakajima Chieko (Assumption College)
    Tools of Empire, Missions of Modernity: Public Doctors in Colonial Taiwan
  13. Schumann Matthias (Goethe University Frankfurt)
    From “the Survival of the Fittest” to “the Protection of Life”: Religious Activism and Animal Protection in Republican China
  14. Sonoda Setsuko (University of Hyogo)
    Trans-Pacific Political Channels and Community Activities of Chinese Merchants on the North American Pacific Coast from the 1930s to the 1960s
  15. Thøgersen Stig ( Aarhus University)
    The Tragedy of Zhang Zonglin: Competing Conceptions of Childhood in China from the May Fourth Movement to the Anti-rightist Campaign
  16. Vul Nikita (National Research University Higher School of Economics (St.Petersburg))
    Sino-Soviet Clash over the Chinese Eastern Railway, 1925-1926: Political and Ethnical Roots of the Conflict
  17. Wang Xiaoxuan (Max Planck Institute for the Study of Religious and Ethnic Diversity)
    Keeping Up with the World: The Growth of Protestant Christianity under High Maoism in Southeastern China, 1958-1978
  18. Werner Jake (University of Chicago)
    Culture and Living Conditions at the Grassroots in 1950s Shanghai
  19. Wu Yidi (University of California, Irvine)
    From Moscow to Beijing: Student Activism in Response to Crises in the Soviet Bloc, 1956-57
  1. East-West Contacts & Perceptions

  1. Alexeeva Olga (Université du Québec à Montréal)
    Chinese contract workers in Europe during World War I: allied workforce or colonial labour?
  2. Bai Limin (Victoria University of Wellington)
    An East-West Interaction through Literacy Education: the New Method of Teaching & Learning Chinese in Early Twentieth-Century China
  3. Brusadelli Federico (Università degli Studi di Napoli “L’Orientale”)
    The Ghost of Poland: Kang Youwei’s ‘Bolan fenmie ji’ and the Nightmare of China’s Dismemberment
  4. Dijkstra Trude (University of Amsterdam)
    Periodicals’ Purview. China in French and Dutch newspapers printed in the Dutch Republic, 1645-1721.
  5. Dunajevs Georgijs (University of Latvia / SOAS University of London)
    Self-Mutilation and Miraculous Healing in Chinese Sources: A Cross-Cultural Motif
  6. Duturaeva Dilnoza (Bonn University)
    The Making of the Sino-Turkic World: International Gifting and Trade Commodities in the 10th-12th centuries
  7. Gentz Joachim (University of Edinburgh)
    China and its European Harmony
  8. Kauz Ralph (University of Bonn)
    Relations between the Ottoman Empire and Ming China
  9. Leung Kai Chun (University of Macau)
    Kiang Wu Hospital and Its Role in Macao’s Health Care System in Late Nineteenth Century to Early Twentieth Century
  10. Li Yan (Oakland University)
    One World, One Language, One Alphabet: Soviet Influence and the Chinese Language Reform, 1949-1958
  11. Lixin Sun (Beijing Normal University)
    Richard Wilhelm’s Review about Confucius and Confucianism
  12. Lomová Olga (Charles University)
    Social Darwinism East and West: the question of national survival in late Qing China and in Habsburg Bohemia
  13. Luca Dinu (National Taiwan Normal University)
    17th century Europeans on the Chinese language: a few lesser-known cases
  14. Major Philippe (National University of Singapore; KU Leuven)
    Translating Modernity in May Fourth China: “Tradition” and “Modernity” in Liang Shuming’s Eastern and Western Cultures and Their Philosophies
  15. Mitchell Alexandra Lily (Birmingham City University)
    The Other Stage: Curating Chinese Contemporary Art in the UK
  16. Patil Vaishnavi (SOAS, University of London)
    China Meets West: Understanding cross-cultural artistic interactions through the battle-scenes of the Qianlong emperor
  17. Rzanna Ewa (Institute for Polish Literature)
    Long Yingtai – a modern Confucian scholar between East and West. A study of hybrid identity
  18. Samoylov Nikolay (Saint-Petersburg State University)
    Chinese and Russian Sources on Visits of Chinese Diplomatic Missions to St.Petersburg in the late 19th – early 20th centuries: A Comparative Analysis
  19. Shapiro Roman (Russian State University for the Humanities)
    The Chinese Princess in the West: from Persian Fairy-tales to Puccini’s Opera
  20. Sizova Alexandra (National Research University Higher School of Economics)
    The role of the Russian consulates in the political processes in Mongolia and Russian-Chinese-Mongolian political relations of the early 20th century
  21. Starovoitova Elena (Saint Petersburg State University)
    Visual images of China in the late XIXth – early XXth century Russia
  22. Teo Emily (University of Kent/ Freie Universität Berlin)
    A Comparative History of Writing Travel: Late Ming and Early Modern Travellers in China (1550-1644)
  23. Vinci Renata (Sapienza University of Rome)
    An Autographic Telegraph for the Transmission of Chinese Characters: the Attempted Application of Caselli’s Pantelegraph in China
  24. Vradiy Sergey (Institute of History, Archeology and Ethnology of Far-Eastern People FEB RAS)
    China’s Perception of the West in the19th Century Qing Scholar Papers
  25. Wagner Rudolf G. (Cluster Asia and Europe, Heidelberg University)
    The free flow of communication between high and low: The Shenbao as platform for Yangwu 洋务 conceptual discussions 1872-1895
  1. Politics & International Relations

  1. Alikberova Alfia (Kazan (Volga Region) Federal University)
    Influence of Modern Russian-Chinese Relations on Shaping of V.V. Putin’s Public Image in China
  2. Almén Oscar (Uppsala University)
    Local governance diversity in the unitary authoritarian state: A study of state-society interaction in three Chinese municipalities
  3. Bendarzsevszkij Anton (PAGEO – Pallas Athene Geopolitical Institute)
    From plans to realization: Chinese and Russian projects in the Russian Far East
  4. Burcu Oana (University of Nottingham)
    Portrayals and Expressions of Contemporary Anti-Japanese Nationalism
  5. Chen Yu-Wen (University of Helsinki)
    How China and the Chinese are Perceived in Kazakhstan: A Discourse Analysis of Local Newspapers
  6. Costa Cátia Miriam (Center for International Studies (ISCTE-IUL))
    Drawing new power relations: the press of Macao and the claim for identity and autonomy
  7. Ditoiu Bogdan (University of Bucharest)
    Is There a Chinese Cultural Theory of International Relations?
  8. Fernandes Graça (ISCTE)
    Eurocentric Endeavour or Emplty Rhetoric? Analysing the European Union Promotion of Social Dimension of Globalisation in China through a Normative Power Perspective
  9. Goethals Lin (Beijing Normal University and Ghent University)
    Higher Education Cooperation and Mobility: Soft diplomacy or holy grail for EU-China Relations?
  10. Grgic Mladen (University of California, Berkeley)
    PR China’s Infrastructural Projects in Balkans and Its Political Implications
  11. Grigoryan Ani (Yenching Academy of Peking Univeristy)
    Foreign Policy with Xi Jinping Characteristics: The Impact of Personality and Character on Decision-Making
  12. Guo Xi’an (Shanghai Normal University)
    Dialogue with the Classical Tradition: The Gongyang Scholarship in the Early Chinese Empire and its Latent Relevance for Current Sociopolitical Discourse in China
  13. Hughes Christopher (LSE)
    The Genealogy of Chinese Militarism: Comparisons of Teaching Materials from China and pre-1945 Japan
  14. Ionova Anastasia (National Research University Higher School of Economics)
    Confucianism and the Xi Jinping’s political doctrine
  15. Kauppila Liisa (University of Turku)
    Chinese Subnational Actors as Drivers of Regionalism? Arctic Cooperation in Northeast Asia
  16. Kim Jim Ho (Dankook University)
    China’s Reorientation of a Foreign Policy toward the Two Koreas
  17. Lai Hongyi (Harry) (University of Nottingham)
    China’s Initiatives in Global Governance and International Responses—The Case of the Asian Infrastructural Investment Bank (AIIB)
  18. Lavicka Martin (Palacký University Olomouc)
    Folklorization as a PRC’s strategy to deal with the “Xinjiang problem”
  19. Lee Walter Wan Fai (The University of Hong Kong & The University of Auckland)
    Gadamerian Innovation of Chinese Theory of IR: Transcending Fundamentalist Hermeneutics in the Autocratic Tradition of Chinese Politics
  20. Lien Hong-yi (National Chengchi University)
    Chinese Foreign Policy toward Central Asian Nations and Russian Response
  21. Liu Xin (University of Sharjah)
    Revolutionary Realism: A Cultural Explanation of the Sino-Soviet Split
  22. Martín Rodríguez Rafael (Univesity of Alcalá)
    Spain and China (1972): the difficulties of a difficult diplomatic recognition
  23. Mierzejewski Dominik (University of Lodz)
    Debating China’s Identity through “One Belt, One Road” Proposal
  24. Muratshina Ksenia (Ural Federal University named after B. N. Yeltsin)
    Energy cooperation in China-Japan-Russia triangle
  25. Onnis Barbara (University of Cagliari)
    “To interfere or not interfere”. Beijing’s growing dilemma
  26. Pahomova Maria (Institute of Oriental Studies RAS)
    Conceptual Foundations of PRC`s Policy towards Arab States
  27. Portyakov Vladimir (Institute of Far Eastern Studies, Russian Academy of Sciences)
    The Evolution and Characteristics of China’s International Relations in East Asia
  28. Titov Alexander (Queen’s University Belfast)
    The New Pivot in Sino-Russian Relations: Background, Expectations and Obstacles
  29. Tok Sow Keat (The University of Melbourne)
    Reforming History: Legitimising the CCP and Reform in the Xi Jinping Era
  30. Trentin Giorgio (University of Macerata)
    Mountaineering and Diplomacy: The Sino-Indian frontier issue and the Chinese Everest expedition of 1960
  31. Vangeli Anastas (Graduate School for Social Research, Polish Academy of Science)
    China as an External Actor in Central, East and Southeast Europe. Insights from the ’16+1′ Cooperation
  32. Wang Zhongyuan (Leiden University)
    From Cooptation to Exclusion: The Communist Party’s Changing Strategies in Governing Independent Candidates in Local People’s Congress Elections
  33. Wu Lin-chun (National Dong Hwa University)
    Building the Engineering State: The Association of Chinese and American Engineers in Modern China, 1919-1941
  34. Yonaha Keiko (Meio University)
    English Education in Okinawa under the U.S. Occupation, 1945-1953:-How did the San Francisco Peace Treaty influence Elementary school English education?
  35. Yüce Müge (Atatürk University)
    Analysis of the Foreign Policy of China in the Middle East : A Comparision of China’s Past and Present Policy
  36. Zlotea Mugur (University of Bucharest)
    “The Essence of the Nation” – Political Discourse on China’s Traditional Culture
  1. Sociology & Anthropology

  1. Bislev Ane Katrine (Aalborg University)
    Open Sesame – China’s social credit system
  2. Boermel Anna (King’s College London)
    Of Salty Strawberries and Insect Bites: Coping with Food Safety Scares in Urban China
  3. Chelnokova-Siejka Anna (Beijing Normal University, Moscow State Linguistic University)
    Chinese Youth Cultures and Consumer Values in Modern China
  4. Feng Xiaojun (University of Oxford)
    Manufacturing Tensions: When Capital’s Race to the Bottom Meets the New Generation of Chinese Migrant Workers
  5. Flock Ryanne (Free University Berlin)
    Performing the right to the city of spectacles – panhandling and the dynamics of public space in contemporary Guangzhou
  6. Gaspar Sofia (CIES-IUL – Instituto Universitário de Lisboa)
    Socioeconomic and cultural integration of Chinese 1.5 and second generations in Portugal
  7. Guiheux Gilles (Université Paris Diderot)
    Flexibility and Mobility. The Case of Shanghai White-Collars
  8. Lamont Alison (University of Duisburg-Essen)
    The Power of Nuclear: Reconstructing Families after the 2008 Wenchuan Earthquake
  9. Lebedintseva Liubov (Saint Petersburg State University)
    The Chinese concept of socio-economic modernization of society
  10. Ponzini Arianna (University of Oxford)
    From House to Home: The migration and Home Experience of the Members of Different Types of Migrant Family in Urban China
  11. Saiz Lopez Amelia (Universidad Autonoma de Barcelona)
    Social representation of Chinese migrants in contemporary Spanish literature
  12. Tao Yu (University of Central Lancashire)
    Local Cadres, Social Organisations and Grassroots Governance in Chinese Villages
  13. Turini Cristiana (University of Macerata)
    Cosmo, society and the body: the experience of illness and healing among the Naxi people of Yunnan province
  1. Gender Studies

  1. Imbach Jessica (University of Zurich)
    The Love of Phantom Women in Male and Female Fiction from the 1920s-1940s
  2. Merlin Monica (Christie’s Education (London)/University of Glasgow)
    Art as feminism, feminism as art. Recent interventions by artists in mainland China.
  3. Moriggi Angela (University Ca’ Foscari Venice)
    Climate Change Discourse in China: What Space for a Gender Perspective?
  4. Qian Nanxiu (Rice University)
    “Exemplary Women” (Lienü) versus “Worthy Ladies” (Xianyuan): The Two Traditions in Writing Women’s History in the Sinosphere
  5. Qin Fang (Capital Normal University)
    Turning the Ordinary into the Extraordinary: The Making of New Women and Gender Politics in Late-Qing Media
  6. Wang Qi (University of Southern Denmark)
    Collective Male Feminism in China
  1. Economics

  1. Afonaseva Alina (Institute of Far Eastern Studies, RAS)
    Overseas Chinese Business in Southeast Asia in Modern Times
  2. Bazhenova Elena (Institute for Far Eastern Studies, RAS)
    New Aspects of Population Policy in China: Transition to “Two-children Family” Pattern
  3. Cheng Zhiming (Macquarie University)
    Does Consuming More Make You Happier? Evidence from Chinese Panel Data
  4. Epikhina Raisa (Lomonosov Moscow State University)
    Yangtze River Economic Belt: Prospects and Challenges
  5. Ostrovskii Andrei (Institute for Far Eastern Studies, RAS)
    “Xiaokang” Society in China by 2020: Myth or Reality
  6. Plekhanov Dmitriy (Institute for Complex Strategic Studies (ICSS))
    Review of Academic Research on the Quality of China’s Official Statistics
  7. Popova Liudmila (Saint Petersburg State University)
    Prospects for Debt Financing and Bank Lending to Russian Business in the Chinese Market
  8. Saje Mitja (University of Ljubljana)
    Chinese Economic Cycles: Reflection of Politics, Globalisation, and Current Structural Discrepancies
  9. Velychko Valentyn (National Academy of Fine Arts and Architecture of Ukraine)
    Spatial Implications In Culture Industry Under Market Reforms
  10. Veselova Liudmila (Saint-Petersburg State University)
    The Role of Social and Business Networks for Companies’ Internalization Process in Emerging Markets: Comparative Analysis of Russia and China
  11. Xu Xinpeng (Hong Kong Polytechnic University)
    Productivy Growth and Resource Allocation in Chinese Steel Industry
  1. Law

  1. Adams Olga Yurievna (Moscow State University)
    People’s Republic of China’s Anticorruption Regulatory Framework: Achievements and Challenges
  2. D’Attoma Sara (Ca’ Foscari University of Venice)
    Time to wash your dirty linen in public: recent developments on domestic violence legislation
  3. Gravatá Nicoli Pedro Augusto (Universidade Federal de Minas Gerais)
    Individual and collective freedoms in the formation of Chinese Labour Law: can one exist without the other?
  4. Greatrex Roger (Centre for East and South-East Asian Studies, Lund University)
    Correcting Judicial Error in the Ming Dynasty
  5. Sprick Daniel (University of Cologne)
    Judicial Life of an Authoritarian Constitution: The Case of China
  6. Yeung Horace (University of Leicester)
    The Regulation of Crowdfunding in China
  1. Media Studies

  1. Berg Daria (University of St. Gallen)
    Social Media and New Cultural Entrepreneurs in Twenty-first Century China
  2. Cao Qing (Durham University)
    A Modernist Dream: Developmentalism as a New Ideology in Contemporary China
  3. Chi Mei-Chiung (Chinese Culture University)
    The Influences of Mobile Media toward Interpersonal Relation: Exploration of Mobile-Mediated Communication among Youth in Taiwan
  4. Hobova Yevheniia (Yu. Krymskyi Institute of Oriental Studies, National Academy of Sciences of Ukraine)
    Hong Kong and Taiwan media representations of China
  5. Hong Jeesoon (Sogang University)
    Political Implications of Transmedia Mobility in Contemporary China (2010-2015)
  6. Knight Adam (University of Oxford)
    Peer-to-Peer (P2P) Content Control on the Chinese Internet
  7. Liu Jun (University of Copenhagen)
    Digital Media, Cycle of Contention, and Sustainability of Environmental Activism – The Case of anti-PX Protests in China
  8. Moskaleva Natalia (Saint-Petersburg State University)
    Tibetan Newspaper The Tibet Mirror as a Tool for Propaganda?
  9. Song Geng (University of Hong Kong)
    Consuming the Anti-Japanese War on the TV Screen in China: State Ideology, Market and Audience
  10. Strafella Giorgio (University of St. Gallen)
    Zhou Xiaoping: A Blogger for China’s Renaissance?
  1. Environment

  1. Brombal Daniele (Ca’ Foscari University of Venice)
    Politics at Play in China’s Sustainable Urban Development. A Case Study on Urban Renewal and Environmental Management
  2. Fabinyi Michael (James Cook University)
    The social context of the Chinese food system: An ethnographic study of the Beijing seafood market
  3. Huang Fei (The University of Tübingen)
    Dependency, Conflict and Mobility: Contesting Lands in Pre-Modern Society and Environment of Southwest China
  4. Kopra Sanna (University of Tampere)
    Greenization with Chinese Characteristics
  1. Cross-sectional

  1. Brown Melissa Shani (University of Nottingham (Ningbo)), O’Brien David (University of Nottingham (Ningbo))
    “See Ethnic People in their Natural Environment”:The Idealisation and Commodification of Ethnicity in Xinjiang (### with David O’Brien)
  2. Cui Wenjin (Grinnell College)
    “Usefulness without Use”: Lu Xun, Passivity, and the Efficacy of Literature
  3. Jiang Siyun (The Hong Kong University of Science and Technology)
    The impact of policy changes and economic development on the spread of Christianity in post-Mao China
  4. Richard Josepha (University of Sheffield)
    The Western Trade as the Cause of both the Rise and Decline of Guangzhou Garden-making in the 19th Century
  5. Saarela Mårten Söderblom (Max Planck Institute for the History of Science)
    Leibniz’s Hopes for a Manchu Encyclopedia and the Qing Imperial Mirror (han-i araha manju gisun-i buleku bithe) of 1708
  6. Schimmelpfennig Michael (Australian National University)
    The Question of Loyalty in the Context of the Practice of ‘Building Relations’ (guanxi 关系)
  7. Shi Zhiqiang (The University of Tokyo)
    Documentation in the Legal Process in the Qing Dynasty
  8. Sorace Christian (Australian National University)
    The Dictatorship of Formalism
  9. Sturm Johannes (Heidelberg University)
    On the Problem of Western Music Notation in the Siku Quanshu
  10. van Noord Willemijn (University of Amsterdam)
    “One of the Greatest Antiquities that We Have Here from Those Lands”: Interpreting Inscribed Han Dynasty Mirrors in Early Eighteenth-century Europe
  11. Wang Feifei (National University of Singapore)
    Negotiating between Mongol Traditions and Han Ways: Buddhist Administration in Southeastern China under the Yuan