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...


Talk: Táňa Dluhošová–Cracking the Catalogue Code: History of Taiwanese Literature from the Perspective of Digital Humanities

Talk: Táňa Dluhošová–Cracking the Catalogue Code: History of Taiwanese Literature from the Perspective of Digital Humanities

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

Time: November 16, 2017 Venue: National Taiwan Normal University, Department of Taiwanese Languages, Cultures and...


3rd Workshop on Progapanda, Ideology, and Political Discourse in Contemporary China

27/10/2017 Ondřej Klimeš Events, News, Prague

3rd Workshop on Progapanda, Ideology, and Political Discourse in Contemporary China organized by our team member Ondřej Klimeš. Time: Friday 27 October 2017, 9:00 – 12:30 Venue: premises of the Czech Academy of Sciences, room 206, Národní 3, Prague 1 Speakers: Lance Gore, National University of Singapore Martin Hála, Sinopsis.cz Florian...


2nd workshop on Propaganda, Ideology, and Political Discourse in Contemporary China

15/06/2017 Ondřej Klimeš Events, News, Prague

2nd Workshop on Progapanda, Ideology, and Political Discourse in Contemporary China organized by our team member Ondřej Klimeš. Time: Thursday 15 June 2017, 14:00 – 17:15 Venue: premises of the Czech Academy of Sciences, room 206, Národní 3, Prague 1 Speakers: Kerry Brown, Lau China Institute, King’s College, London; via conference...


Newsletter 2015/2016

Newsletter 2015/2016

10/05/2017 Tana Dluhosova Events, News, Taiwan

In the newly published Newsletter one can find summaries of our activities both in Taiwan and within the research platform of PASOSAPO. Download...


Exhibition: “Photogenic Science” in Taiwan

10/05/2017 Tana Dluhosova Events, News, Taiwan

The exhibition aims to prove that science is a journey to knowledge and broad understanding. At the same time, it wishes to show science as photogenic beauty that can attract people by its achievements and its ways of attaining them. Our aim is to highlight artistic and aesthetic dimensions of science as a special by-product of research. The...


Workshop: Taiwan Biographical DataBase ‧ TBDB

10/05/2017 Tana Dluhosova Events, News, Taiwan

After a decade of rapid expansion in various fields of research in Taiwan, digital humanities methods have become an increasingly influential approach in the study of Taiwanese literature as well. Together with the Taiwanese Association of Digital Humanities and the Oriental Institute of the Czech Academy of Sciences, the National Museum of...


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