Greater China Summer Workshop Program in Chinese Studies
Understanding China and Chinese studies is one of the most important topics for academia in the 21st century. Due to its difficulty and universality, the completion of this task cannot be solely dependent on the international Sinologists themselves. We hope to encourage more scholars, especially those from countries or regions that are relatively under-developed in Chinese studies, to participate in this area, to have direct contact with China and Sinology, and to implement Chinese issues into their own scope of research.
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|A Certificate Program in English for University Professors.|
University Professors or teaching staff who are fluent in both spoken and written English and meet one of the following requirements:
1. University Professors who have not worked or researched in Chinese Studies;
2. Professors researching on East Asian philosophy, religion, or history;
3. Professors who have engaged in research related to Chinese Studies and received approval from the Election Committee.
1. Independent course outlines for each term. Submissions of papers for competition on subjects learned after the course. Application for papers in Chinese Studies at the 24th Congress.
2. A special round table at the 24th World Congress of Philosophy with no more than 20 papers selected from the participants of the institute.
3. A special award session for best papers submitted by the institute for publication in collaboration with a journal for special issue.
4. Curriculum of content integrated into their university courses from participating candidates.
Curriculum Topics: Chinese Studies, Classical Studies, History
Medium of Instruction: English
The program will be taught by scholars well established in each of the above mentioned disciplines and a participative process of group discussions, lectures and presentations will be used. Candidates are expected to integrate learning of each day into research to be presented each evening. Research papers are expected at the end of each session. There will be lecture sessions in the morning; in the afternoons students are expected to do the reading, research and writing for evening presentations.
Participants are expected to integrate their learning and research results into their teaching curriculum in their home country. A final project from each participant is expected at the end of the four weeks. Presentations of final project will be held with prizes awarded to outstanding individuals and groups.
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20 July – 17 August, 2018 (29 days in total)
Hong Kong Session: 20 Jul – 1 Aug
Macau Session: 1 Aug – 3 Aug
Taiwan Session: 3 Aug – 10 Aug
Beijing Session: 10 Aug – 17 Aug
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