First Annual Conference

Honolulu, Hawai‘i

About the conference

The first annual Hawai‘i International Conference on Chinese Studies, organized by the Center for Chinese Studies at the University of Hawai‘i at Mānoa, will be held from January 5 (Sunday) through January 9 (Thursday) in Honolulu, Hawai‘i. This conference will bring together educators and professionals from various fields in Chinese Studies to present papers on various aspects of Chinese culture and society in mainland China, Taiwan, Hong Kong, and among overseas Chinese. The goal of the conference is to create a interdisciplinary atmosphere for our understanding of the past, present, and future of Chinese society. Papers can address issues within China and in Chinese communities throughout the world.

Honolulu is a vibrant city in the middle of the Pacific Ocean. Its central location provides a meeting point where researchers within various disciplines of Chinese Studies can meet, discuss, and network with scholars around the globe. Papers should address one or more of the following fields of Chinese Studies: Anthropology, Art, Business, Cultural Studies, Comparative Literature, Dance, Economics, Education, Film Studies, Gender Studies, Health Sciences, History, International Relations, Language Pedagogy, Law, Linguistics, Literature, Medicine, Music, Philosophy, Politics, Religion, Sociology, Theater, Translation Studies, etc.

由夏威夷大学中国研究中心主办的首届“华人世界研究国际研讨会”将于2020年1月5日(星期日)至1月9日(星期四)在夏威夷大学本校校区举办。此次会议将荟聚华人世界研究相关领域的专家学者,共同探讨中国文化及社会等领域的相关话题,旨在提供一个中国过去、现在、和未来之研究的跨领域对话平台。会议探讨的范围不仅覆盖大中华地区,也覆盖大中华地区以外的华裔族群。

会议议题包括:人类学、艺术、商业、文化研究、比较文学、舞蹈、经济学、教育、环境科学、电影研究、性别研究、健康科学、历史、国际关系、语言教学、法律、语言学、文学、医学、音乐、哲学、政治、宗教学、社会学、戏剧、翻译研究等。向大会提交的论文应至少包括上述一项主题。

For more information, email us at hiccs@hawaii.edu.

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