6th Shanghai Hamburg Forum
11. Oktober 2017, von AAI Webmaster
The Chinese Department and the Graduate Programme "China in Europe, Europe in China" of the University of Hamburg, as well as the International Center for Studies of Chinese Civilization of Fudan University are pleased to invite to the 6th Shanghai Hamburg Forum on "Chinese in Europe, past and present" on
Friday, 20 October 2017.
All interested are welcome to attend.
Location: Asien-Afrika-Institut, Edmund-Siemers-Allee 1, EAST wing, room 221.
8:30-17:15 Poster exhibition
Graduate School “China in Europe, Europe in China. Past and Present”
09:30-10:00 Opening ceremony
10:00-11:00 Panel one
Lecture 1: Chinese Students in Germany before 1949 (Assoc. Prof. Dr. DU Weihua, Nankai University, Tianjin)
Lecture 2: Chinese Quarter. Maritime Labour and Migration in Hamburg, 1900-1950 (Dr. Lars AMENDA, historian, Hamburg)
11:30-12:30 Panel two
Lecture 3: In Search of a New History: Chinese Historians and European Historiography (Prof. Dr. LI Jianming, Fudan University, Shanghai)
Lecture 4: The Chinese Labour Corps (1917-1920) and its legacies (Dominiek DENDOOVEN, historian and researcher at In Flanders Fields Museum, Ypres, Belgium)
14:30-15:30 Panel three
Lecture 5: A Glimpse of the History of Chinese Shadow Plays in Germany (Assoc. Prof. Dr. HE Jun, Southwest Jiaotong University, Chengdu)
Lecture 6: From Cheng Yanqiu to Rimini Protokoll: Travelling for transcultural theatre projects (Sabine HEYMANN, theatre critic, journalist and translator, Gießen)
16:00-17:00 Panel four
Lecture 7: Friedrich Ratzel’s book on “The Chinese abroad” (1876). China, Europe, and the Rise of anthropogeography in the late 19th century (Prof. Dr. Markus FRIEDRICH, University of Hamburg)
Lecture 8: Sigmund Freud and his theory in Modern China (Prof. GAO Xi, Fudan University, Shanghai)
17:15-18:00 Panel five
Discussion: Future Perspectives in the Study of Sino-European Relations (Prof. Dr. JIN Guangyao, Fudan University, and Prof. Dr. Michael FRIEDRICH, University of Hamburg)
The event is supported by Hamburger Sinologische Gesellschaft e.V.