全球視野下的漢學新藍海國際研討會

 

時間:20151119-20日(星期四-五)

地點:國家圖書館國際會議廳(臺北市中山南路20號)

主辦:國家圖書館漢學研究中心

中央研究院數位文化中心

語言:中文、英文

會議簡介

自十六世紀歐洲的傳教士開始探索中國文化,開啟漢學研究以來,經歷無數漢學研究者艱辛努力,終使漢學從篳路藍縷到開枝散葉。隨著近年中國經濟勢力的崛起,全球掀起中國熱,漢學也從而蔚為國際顯學。回顧漢學的發展,華文世界傳統的研究成果已有穩定的基礎和豐厚的底蘊;但西方世界的漢學研究勇於嚐新,擅以跳脫的視角和突破的勇氣,為漢學研究注入活水,自成體系,價值獨具。不可諱言,正是東西雙方的漢學魅力精彩交融,方能造就出今日的國際漢學風采大觀。

當今各國漢學研究的特色,除了前瞻性的研究趨向,另闢蹊徑的新材料、新方法與新觀點,甚至慧眼獨具的新議題,也不在少數,都是當前中外漢學界頗感興趣的論題。

值此資訊網路時代,數位科技為漢學研究帶來許多新的研究工具,國內外各大學和研究機構,莫不積極進行文獻數位化的工作,並利用大數據資料庫的檢索方式分析、比對資料,而有突破性的發現,成果非常豐碩。世界各國漢學資源新工具的產生和應用,以及未來的發展趨勢,亦是值得關注的課題。

有鑑於此,國家圖書館漢學研究中心和中央研究院數位文化中心,特以「全球視野下的漢學新藍海」為題,共同召開國際學術研討會。廣邀世界各國漢學機構與學者,展現各自的漢學研究成果與特色,並藉由此研討會,促使海外與臺灣在地的學者專家進行學術對話與交流,為新世紀的漢學研究發展,碰撞出思想的火花,擘劃跨越時空和文化藩籬的新趨勢,打造全球漢學研究新的里程碑。

會議子題

(1)當代漢學研究之特色與前瞻;

(2)漢學數位資源之發展與趨勢;

(3)漢學研究之國際合作與交流。

籌備委員(按姓氏筆劃排列)

王汎森  中央研究院副院長

林啟屏  國立政治大學中文系教授兼文學院院長

梅家玲  國立臺灣大學中文系教授

陳淑君  中央研究院臺灣史研究所助研究員

曾淑賢  國家圖書館館長兼漢學研究中心主任

黃寬重  長庚大學人文及社會醫學科教授

劉士永  中央研究院臺灣史研究所研究員兼副所長

謝國興  中央研究院臺灣史研究所研究員兼所長

 

International Conference on New Territory for

Chinese Studies

 

Date:     19-20 November, 2015

Venue:    International Conference Hall, National Central Library(20 Zhongshan           South Road, Taipei 10001, Taiwan, R.O.C.)

Hosts:    Center for Chinese Studies, National Central Library

          Academia Sinica Digital Center

Languages: Chinese, English

 

Introduction

In the 16th century, European missionaries began to study Chinese culture. Since then, the hard work of countless scholars has built on their pioneering efforts, resulting in the field of Chinese studies we recognize today. With the rise of China’s economic power in recent years, China fever has spread and Chinese studies has grown into a significant field globally. The traditional research in the Chinese world has provided rich and fertile soil, while Chinese studies in the West has dared to try new approaches, striving to make breakthroughs from a more detached perspective. It has reinvigorated Chinese studies research, enabling its systematization and a wider recognition of its unique values. Today’s Chinese studies is a fusion of Eastern and Western approaches, combining their appeal.

Each country’s Chinese studies research is distinctive, with its own prospective trends, opening up new materials, methods, perspectives, and even a significant number of unique research topics. These are all current points of interest to the Chinese studies community both in the Chinese speaking world and overseas.

In this Internet age, digital technology has provided Chinese studies with many new research tools. The world’s universities and research institutions are all actively digitizing documents, storing them in large databases, and then using database search methods to analyze and compare them. This has resulted in ground-breaking discoveries and extremely rich research. The worldwide production and utilization of new tools to make best use of these Chinese studies resources will also prove an exciting area to watch.

In light of this, the National Central Library’s Center for Chinese Studies and the Academia Sinica Digital Culture Center arejointly convening an international conference on the theme of “New Territory for Chinese Studies.” The world’s Chinese studies institutes and scholars are invited to participate in this conference, which will be a platform for sharing their unique approaches to research and facilitating academic dialogue between leading experts in Chinese studies from overseas and based in Taiwan. It is hoped that these encounters will spark new ideas, opening up new territory for research that transcends cultural and historical barriers and establishing a new milestone for global Chinese studies.

 

Conference Sub-Themes

(1) Contemporary Chinese studies: qualities and prospects

(2) Digital Chinese studies resources: developments and trends

(3) International partnerships and exchanges in Chinese studies research.

Organizing Committee

Chen,Sophy Shu-JiunAssistant Research Fellow, Institute of Taiwan History, Academia Sinica

Hsieh, Kuo-Hsing Research Fellow/Director, Institute of Taiwan History, Academia Sinica

Huang, Kuan-Chung  Professor, Department of Medical Humanities and Social Sciences, Chang Gung        University

Lin, Chi-ping  Dean, College of Liberal Arts/Professor, Department of Chinese Literature, National      Chengchi University

Liu,Michael Shi-Yung Research Fellow/Deputy Director, Institute of Taiwan History, Academia Sinica

Mei, Chia-Ling  Professor, Department of Chinese Literature, National Taiwan University 

Tseng, Shu-hsien  Director-General of National Central Library/Director of Center for Chinese Studies

Wang, Fan-Sen  Research Fellow/ Vice President of Academy Sinica