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Life, Death, Love, and Hatred in Globalized China:

Anthropological Perspectives

The Seventh Annual International Summer School

on

China Studies

CALL FOR APPLICANTS

The Research institute of Social Anthropology and the Center for Modern China Studies, Nanjing University jointly announce the summer program for 2016.  The Seventh International Summer School on China Studies will be held from June 20 to 30, 2016 at the School of Social and Behavioral Sciences, Nanjing University, China. The theme of this summer program is Life, Death, Love, and Hatred in Globalized China: Anthropological Perspectives. Having addressed and revisited issues such as gender, marriage and kinship, economy, religion, medicine, and ethnicity and nationalism that have long concerned anthropology and that are relevant to the theme of the program, we are hoping this summer program once again will bring students throughout the world together to share ideas and contribute to our understanding of a globalized China. We are hoping that through intensive training during the summer program students will deepen their knowledge about China and strengthen their ability in terms of academic specialties.

Background

Beginning in 2010, the School of Social and Behavioral Sciences and the Center for Modern China Studies of Nanjing University have successfully organized six International Summer Schools on China Studies (2010-2015). These programs have been co-hosted by such prestigious institutions as: the China Studies Centre of the University of Sydney, the Harvard-Yenching Institute, the National Institute of Chinese Studies of the University of Leeds, the Worldwide Universities Network and the Department of History of Nanjing University. From 2010 and 2015, the summer school has attracted over 120 doctoral and postgraduate students from various prestigious universities, such as Harvard, Yale, Columbia, Princeton, Oxford, Cambridge, Leeds, Sydney, Leiden, Nagoya, Seoul National, Beijing, Tsinghua, Nanjing, Fudan, and National Taiwan University.  Building on the previously successful experiences, the Center for Modern China Studies and Research Institute of Social Anthropology, Nanjing University will carry on the tradition of running the summer school for this year.

Aims

1.To revisit traditional issues of China anthropology against the background of globalization;

2.To provide young China scholars opportunities to further understand China;

3.To share academic contributions from outstanding researchers;

4.To gain better capabilities for doing research on and in contemporary China;

5.To strengthen communication and cooperation among students of China throughout the globe.

Features

Integration of indigenous perspectives and international horizons;

Pluralism in class composition;

Classroom activities complemented by field research.

Sponsors

Center for Modern China Studies, Nanjing University

Research Institute of Social Anthropology

Themes and Instructors

Previously, the summer school has had different themes depending on evolvement of Chinese society and changing intellectual interests. Accordingly, the summer scholar of each year invites five to eight senior scholars from different countries and areas to lecture. In addition, attendees are requested to have field visits. Themes addressed in previous summer schools are as follows: “International Implications of Chinese Experiences” (2010); “Rural China: Problems and Developments” (2010); “Changing Urbanity in China” (2010); “Social Stratification and Citizenship: Mobility, Migration, and the Modern Middle Class” (2011); “Social Sciences Approaches to Chinese Everyday Life since 1978: Family, Education, Religion and Consumption” (2012); and “Non-Government Organization, Market and State” (2013); “Gender and Women in China’s Transitional Society” (2014); and “Work and Mobility in Globalization and Chinese Social Transformation” (2015)

Scholars who have taught in previous summer schools include: Edward Friedman (Political Science, University of Wisconsin-Madison, USA), Thomas P. Bernstein (Political Science, Columbia University, USA), Dorothy J. Solinger (Political Science, School of Social Sciences, University of California, Irvine, USA), Mark Selden (Senior Research Associate in the East Asia Program, Cornell University, USA), Martin Whyte (Sociology, Harvard University, USA), Deborah Davis (Sociology, Yale University, USA), Richard Madsen (Department of Sociology, University of California, San Diego, USA), Robert Weller (Anthropology, Boston University, USA), David Goodman (China Studies Center, Department of Government and International Relations, The University of Sydney, AU), Bettina Gransow (The Institute of Chinese Studies, School of East Asian Studies, Freie Universität Berlin, DE), Peilin Li (Vice Director, Chinese Academy of Social Science, CN), Chunling Li (Research Fellow, Institute of Sociology, Chinese Academy of Social Science, CN), Zhenglai Deng (the late former director, Fudan Institute for Advanced Study in Social Sciences, CN), Liping Sun (Sociology, Tsinghua University, CN), Ming Wang (Director of NGO Research Center, the School of Public Policy and Management, Tsinghua University, CN), Lulu Li (Sociology, Renmin University of China, CN), Yi Zhou (Sociology, Fudan University, CN) and Mingxiu Jiang (Public Administration Department, Taiwan National Chengchi University, CN).

 

 

Theme of 2016 Summer School:

Life, Death, Love, and Hatred in Globalized China:

Anthropological Perspectives

The following scholars will participate in the summer school this year either as lecturers or trainers: Matthew Gutmann (Anthropology, Brown University), Chuan-kang Shi (Anthropology, University of Florida), Siu-woo Cheung, Jianxiong Ma (Division of Humanity, HKUST), Shao-hua Liu (Institute of Ethnology, Academia Sinica), Jing Jun (Department of Sociology, Tsinghua University), Naran Bilik (Institute of Anthropology, Fudan University), PAN Tianshu (Institute of Anthropology, Fudan University), Thomas Simon (Law, The Johns Hopkins-Nanjing Center)Shao Jing and Fan Ke (Research Institute of Social Anthropology, Nanjing University).

Scheduling

The Summer School will run for two weeks from June 20 to June 30, 2016:

June 20-25: Theme lectures followed by discussion sections led by leading scholars.

June 26-30: Field visits followed by student presentation of research.

Venue

 School of Social and Behavioral Sciences, Nanjing Universtiy

Heren Hall, 163 Xianlin Road, Xixia District, Nanjing, Jiangsu Province, 210023, China.

Eligibility

The summer school welcomes attendance of young scholars including junior faculty members, doctoral students, and outstanding postgraduates engaged in China studies from all around the world. The applicant should:

(1) either be employed by an institution of higher education or research for China-relevant social sciences and humanities, with a doctorate and be no more than 45 years of age or be studying in an institution of higher education or research for a Ph.D. or be among the top ranked students in a master degree program in any China-relevant social science or humanities discipline including economics, sociology, politics, history, philosophy, psychology, anthropology, communication and management, and

(2) have a good command of English and Chinese and be able to attend lectures and seminars given in both languages.

50 applicants will be admitted to the 2016 Summer School and 10 of them will be awarded scholarships, which include lecture cost and field visit expenses.

 

 Selection

1. By April 15, 2016, the applicant should submit the completed application form via email. We also require reference letters from two professors, who are expected to email their references to csss@nju.edu.cn by April 15, 2016.

2. By April 30, 2016, all applications will be forwarded for academic appraisal to experts appointed by the China Studies Center, University of Sydney and the Center for Modern China Studies, Nanjing University.

3. Admission letters will be delivered via email. The admission letter will be accompanied by information about the summer school program so that the admitted candidate can book tickets for travel.

4. Having received the letters of admission, the applicants should reply and confirm their decisions of acceptance or rejection of the offer via email within 10 days. Otherwise it will be regarded as a waiver, and the seat will be given to an applicant on the waiting list. Applicants who decide to attend the summer school should confirm their participation in all activities and follow all summer school regulations. 

Further Information

1. Information announcement

We will announce the information of 2016 International Summer School on China Studies through http://sociology.nju.edu.cn. Please pay attention to the website for the updated notice.

2. Fees

(1) Lecture Cost &Expenses for printed materials: 1200 RMB per person;

(2) Accommodation Cost: 1340 RMB per person, lodging in Hotel of Champion Hall (twin room of the students’ dormitory);

(3) Expenses for field visits (transportation and accommodation included): 800 RMB per person.

3. Scholarships

10 excellent participants will be selected to have 2000.00 RMB awarded by the end of the summer school (We are sorry to inform those who have been sponsored for any of the five previous summer schools that they will not be awarded for a second time. Nevertheless, we encourage these alums to apply.).

4. Time of Registration

June 19, 2016 (10:00 AM-10: 00 PM).

5. Place of Registration

 Hotel of Champion Hall

169 Xianlin Road, Xixia District,

Nanjing, Jiangsu Province, China

86-25-85788889 

 

6. Contact Information

Email: csss@nju.edu.cn

Tel. 86-25-89680954 

Fax: 86-25-89680950

 

 

第七届中国研究国际暑期班招募通知

南京大学人类学研究所和现代中国研究中心共同宣布,2016年度南京大学社会学院将举办第七中国研究国际暑期班。本暑期班将于2016620日开学,30日结束。暑期班的主题为人类学视野里的生死爱恨与全球化的中国,通过重置涉及这一主题的传统人类学领域,如性别、婚姻与亲属、经济、宗教、医药,以及族群性与民族主义,我们希望来自世界各地的学员们能够在本年度的暑期课程里共享自己的想法与体会,对理解全球化的中国尽一份力。我们希望,通过参与本次暑期班的密集训练,学员们将深化他们关于中国的知识,在自己的领域里强化研究能力。

基本背景

2010-2015年暑假,南京大学社会学院暨当代中国研究中心,先后联合悉尼大学中国研究中心、哈佛-燕京学社、利兹大学全英中国学研究中心、世界大学

联盟(WUN)和南京大学历史学系,成功举办了届中国研究国际暑期班,来自哈佛大学、耶鲁大学、哥伦比亚大学、普林斯顿大学、牛津大学、剑桥大学、利兹大学、悉尼大学、莱顿大学、名古屋大学、首尔大学、北京大学、清华大学、南京大学、复旦大学、台湾大学等数十所中外院校的近200位年轻教师、博士和硕士研究生参加了暑期班。

有鉴于此前的成功经验,南京大学当代中国研究中心和社会人类学研究所将于2016年继续举办第届中国研究国际暑期班。

举办宗旨

1. 在全球化的语境里重新思考人类学中国研究的传统课题

2. 为世界范围内的年轻中国研究者提供进一步理解中国的机会

3. 分享杰出学者的学术贡献

4. 提高在当下中国进行学术研究的能力

5. 加强国际社会中国研究者的交流与合作

研讨特色

1. 互动式教学,通过生间的教学互动,为分析与了解中国社会提供交流之平台;

2. 本土视角与世界眼光,邀请中国与非中国学者就中国问题发表不同学术见解,提供比较与参考的机会;

3. 在国家、民族、地区和性别等诸多方面,坚持学生来源的多元性,倡导不同文化间的交流与分享;

4. 在提高课堂教学和研讨水准的同时,组织田野考察和城乡观摩,为中外学生从理论和实践两方面了解中国社会提供便利。

主办单位

南京大学当代中国研究中心

南京大学社会学院人类学研究所

年度主题

根据中国社会的发展与变迁,以及中国研究领域的进展情况,暑期班每年会选择不同的研讨主题,并根据研讨主题聘请810位中外教授进行讲演,同时组织学员参观考察。在已经成功举办的暑期班中,2010年的主题是中国经验的世界意义中国乡村:问题与发展2011年的主题是中国社会阶层的变动:城市移民与中产阶级的成长2012年的主题是改革开放以来中国人的日常生活:从社会科学的角度审视当代中国的家庭、教育体制、宗教信仰和消费文化2013年的主题是非政府组织、市场和国家2014年的主题是中国社会变迁中的性别与妇女”、2015年的主题是全球化与中国社会转型中的工作与流动

往届暑期班邀请的主讲人,均为海内外中国研究领域成果卓著、享有盛誉的知名学者,如:美国威斯康星大学政治学系教授弗里德曼(Edward Friedman)、美国哥伦比亚大学政治学系教授白思鼎(Thomas P.Bernstein)、美国加州大学尔湾分校政治学系教授苏黛瑞(Dorothy J. Solinger)、美国康奈尔大学高级研究员塞尔登(Mark Selden)、美国哈佛大学社会学系教授怀默霆(Martin Whyte)、美国耶鲁大学社会学系教授戴慧思(Deborah Davis)、美国加州大学圣地亚哥分校社会学系教授赵文词(Richard Madsen)、美国哈佛大学政治学系裴宜理(Elisabeth J.Perry教授美国波士顿大学人类学系教授魏博文(Robert Weller)、悉尼大学中国研究中心学术主任古德曼(David Goodman)、德国柏林自由大学东亚研究所教授柯兰君(Bettina Gransow)、美国加州大学圣克鲁兹分校人类学系教授罗丽莎(Lisa Rofel)、香港理工大学应用社会科学系教授潘毅(Pun Ngai中国社会科学院副院长李培林教授、中国社会科学院社会学所研究员李春玲、复旦大学人文社会科学高等研究院院长邓正来教授、复旦大学社会学系教授周怡、清华大学社会学系教授孙立平、清华大学非政府组织研究所所长王名教授、中国人民大学社会学系教授李路路、台湾政治大学公共行政学系教授江明修、香港浸会大学政治及国际关系学系陈峰教授、台湾中央研究院社会学研究所张晋芬教授等。

 

2016年的主题为:人类学视野里的生死爱恨与全球化的中国

目前,已经接受邀请的本次暑期班讲员有:顾德民 Matthew Gutmann, 布朗大学人类学系)、施传刚(弗罗里达大学人类学系)、景军(清华大学社会学系)、张兆和(香港科技大学人文学部)、马健雄(香港科技大学人文学部)、刘绍华(台中央研究院族学研究所)、纳日碧力戈(复旦大学人类学研究所)、潘天舒(复旦大学人类学研究所)、 杨道子(Thomas Simon, 霍普金斯大学-南京大学中美研究中心教授)邵京(南京大学人类学研究所)、范可(南京大学人类学研究所)。

日程安排

2016年中国研究国际暑期班为期10天,具体时间为2016620日-2016630日,其中:

1.  讲演与讨论(620-25日)

2.  田野考察,并由学员作汇报讲演和学术总结(626日-30日)

地点安排

南京大学社会学院,江苏南京栖霞区仙林大道163号河仁楼

学员来源

中国研究国际暑期班,将邀请全球范围内以中国为研究对象的社会与人文科学各领域的青年教师、博士研究生或优秀硕士研究生50人。申请人应具备如下条件:

1)在世界各国大学或研究机构教授与中国相关的社会科学与人文科学课程、年龄不超过45岁、拥有博士学位的教师;或在世界各国大学或研究机构攻读与中国相关的社会科学与人文科学学位的博士研究生及特别优秀的硕士研究生,学科领域包括经济学、社会学、政治学、历史学、法学、人类学、心理学、传播学和管理学等;

2)精通英文和中文,能够参加以中英文方式进行的授课、培训和考察。本届暑期班将录取50名学员,并向其中10位优秀学员提供奖学金,免除学费及 田野考察费

入选程序与要求

12016415日前,申请人通过电子邮件递交申请表,2名教授推荐信(需请推荐教授在申请日期截止之前自行发至csss@nju.edu.cn);

22016430日前,南京大学人类学研究所与南京大学当代中国研究中心将对申请人进行遴选,并通过电子邮件发出录取通知。录取时将告知暑期班具体教学与考察日程,请被录取者自行购买机票或车船票。

3、申请人收到录取通知后,应于10天内通过邮件回复确认,否则当作自动放弃,将由候补学员填补空缺。学员一经确认接收录取通知,视作承诺全程参与暑期班各项活动,并遵守暑期班管理制度。

相关事宜

1. 暑期班信息发布:

我们将在南京大学社会学院网站http://sociology.nju.edu.cn)发布有关2016年暑期班的相关信息,请及时予关注。

2. 暑期班费用:

(1)学费及文献资料:1200/(学校财务入账,开具相关发票)

(2)住宿费(住宿地点:冠军楼宾馆,双人标准间268/134//天(由学员本人结账,宾馆开具住宿发票);

(3)餐费:宾馆提供早餐晚餐定于南京大学仙林校区十食堂,预计15/餐,由学院负责联系,学员自愿购买餐券;

(4)考察费用(车费及食宿费用):预计800/

3.奖励

在本届暑期班结束之前,我们将选择10位学员予以人民币2000元奖励。

4. 报到时间:

2016619 (1000—2200)

5. 报到地点:

南京冠军楼酒店(转训中心)

南京栖霞区仙林大道169

酒店电话:862585788889

6. 联系方式:

电子邮件:csss@nju.edu.cn

电话:86-25-89680954/传真:86-25-89680950




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