Talk: Dr. Nobuko Toyosawa

Talk: Dr. Nobuko Toyosawa

21/03/2019 Tana Dluhosova Events, News, Taiwan

Title: Japan and the Contexted Center of 18th-Century East Asia Speaker: Nobuko Toyosawa (Oriental Institute, CAS)   Time: April 11, 2019, 15:00–17:00 Venue: Conference room 703, Institute of History and Philology, Academia Sinica Abstract: Eighteenth century Japan is known for a rise of publishing industry and subsequent spread of...


Taiwan Lecture on Chinese Studies: Prof. Chen Hsi-yuan

Taiwan Lecture on Chinese Studies: Prof. Chen Hsi-yuan

26/09/2018 Tana Dluhosova Events, News, Prague

hen Hsi-yuanResearch Fellow Professor Chen Hsi-yuan from the Institute of History and Philology of Academia Sinica will be the speaker at the 4t Taiwan Lecture on Chinese Studies entitled “DifferentFacesof State Confucianism: TheState LiSacrificeand theGhostFestival in Late ImperialChina” Time: October 16, 2018 Venue: Premises of our...


Talk: Prof. Chang Lung-chih

Talk: Prof. Chang Lung-chih

26/09/2018 Tana Dluhosova Events, News, Prague

ChangLung-chih: Taiwan: From a Qing Dynasty Frontier to the First Colony of the Japanese Empire Abstract: The talk will explore Taiwan’s transition from a Qing frontier to a Japanese colony in the late nineteenth century. It will consist of four related case studies on major late Qing and early Japanese policy debates on Taiwan between 1874 and...


Talk: Prof. Martin Slobodník

26/08/2018 Tana Dluhosova Events, News, Taiwan

Speaker: Martin SLobodník Title: Who will be the next Dalai Lama? The PRC’s religious policy towards Tibetan Buddhism in a historical perspective Moderator: Ondřej Klimeš Time: September 20, 2018 (10:00–12:00) Venue: Institute of History and Philology, Academia Sinica, Conference Room...


Manipulating the Media: News and ‘Fake News’ in China since Early Modern Times

Manipulating the Media: News and ‘Fake News’ in China since Early Modern Times

26/05/2018 Tana Dluhosova Events, News, Taiwan

A conference on “Manipulating the Media: News and ‘Fake News’ in China since Early Modern Times” was jointly hosted by the Czech Academy of Sciences’ (CAS) Oriental Institute and Taiwan’s National Central Library (NCL). The conference took place from June 7-8, 2018, at the NCL’s International Conference Hall. There were two keynote...


Roundtable: In the Name of the “State”: Boundaries, Ethnic Groups, and Cultural Security

26/02/2018 Tana Dluhosova Events, News, Taiwan

Moderator: Prof. Wang Ming-ke (Director of IHP AS) Speaker: Jarmila Ptáčková, PhD (Oriental Institute, CAS) State-induced Development: A Mean to Facilitate or Constrain Cultural Security among Minorities in China Speaker: Ondřej Klimeš (Oriental Institute, CAS) Cultural Security of Uyghurs in Xinjiang: Forging a New Culture Discussant:...


Taiwan Lecture on Chinese Studies: Prof. Lee Ming-huei

15/12/2017 Ondřej Klimeš Events, News, Prague

Distinguished Research Fellow Professor Lee Ming-huei from the Institute of Chinese Literature and Philosophy of Academia Sinica will be the speaker at the 3rd Taiwan Lecture on Chinese Studies entitled “Confucian Humanism and Religion”. Time: Friday 15 December, 2017 Venue: Premises of our partner the International Sinological Center...


Roundtable on “Reconciliation with the Past and Transitional Justice: Comparing Taiwan and Czechia”

14/12/2017 Ondřej Klimeš Events, News, Prague

Taiwan and the Czech Republic share a legacy of troubled past. Although their transitions to democracy have been successful in many respects, in both countries the reflection of historical experience remains complicated. In Taiwan, many unresolved issues of the past are being addressed only after Tsai Ing-wen became president in 2016 and...


Symposium “Minorities in Their Own Lands: Cultural Security among Ethnic and Cultural Minorities across Asia”

08/12/2017 Ondřej Klimeš Events, News, Prague

The 3rd International Symposium on Cultural Inclusion entitled Minorities in Their Own Lands: Cultural Security among Ethnic and Cultural Minorities across Asia organized by our team members Jarmila Ptáčková and Ondřej Klimeš. Time: Friday 8 and Saturday 9 December 2017 Venue: premises of the Czech Academy of Sciences, room 206, Národní 3,...


Exhibition:  Monuments of Mosul in Danger

Exhibition: Monuments of Mosul in Danger

02/11/2017 Tana Dluhosova Events, News, Taiwan

    The exhibition Monuments of Mosul in Danger presents the unique architectural heritage of the town of Mosul which was seriously assailed by the ideologically motivated attacks of the radical organization ISIS. The exhibition combines the findings of archaeological historical research with modern technology and introduces...


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