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【Forum】Sixth Shanghai Hamburg Forum "China in Europe, past and present"

Date:2017-10-16


6th Shanghai Hamburg Forum "China in Europe, past and present"
第六届中德莱布尼茨论坛「中国在欧洲,过去与现在」

Friday, 20 October 2017 
Asien-Afrika-Institut, 2nd floor, Room 221



Program

8:30-18:00 Poster exhibition, Asien-Afrika-Institut, 2nd floor, Room 222

Graduate School “China in Europe, Europe in China. Past and Present”

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09:00-09:30  Arrival, Asien-Afrika-Institut, 2nd floor, Room 221
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09:30-10:00 Opening ceremony


Prof. Dr. Susanne Rupp

Vice President, University of Hamburg


Prof. Dr. JIN Guangyao
Director of International Center for Studies of Chinese Civilization, 

Professor of History, Fudan University (Shanghai)

Prof. Dr. Michael FRIEDRICH
Professor of Sinology, University of Hamburg
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10:00-11:00 Panel one 
Chair: Prof. Dr. LI Jianming, Fudan University

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)
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11:00-11:30 Tea and Coffee 
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11:30-12:30 Panel two 
Chair: Prof. Dr. Markus FRIEDRICH

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)
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12:30-14:30 Lunch
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14:30-15:30 Panel three 
Chair: Prof. GAO Xi, Fudan University
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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)
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15:30-16:00 Tea and Coffee
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16:00-17:00 Panel four 

Chair: Prof. Dr. Michael FRIEDRICH

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)
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17:00-17:15 Tea and Coffee
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17:15-18:00 Panel five 

Chair: Dr. Elisabeth Forster, Stefan Christ


Discussion Future Perspectives in the Study of Sino-European Relations
Prof. Dr. JIN Guangyao, Fudan University, and Prof. Dr. Michael FRIEDRICH, University of Hamburg