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【Workshop】Network Perspectives on the Study of Chinese History

Date:2019-09-19

ICSCC Visiting Scholar Program Workshop, Fudan University


Network Perspectives on the Study of Chinese History


Dates:  September 23-24, 2019


Venue: Room 209, Think Tank Building, Fudan University

Organizer

International Center for Studies of Chinese Civilization, Fudan University


September 23, 2019

09:00-09:30  Welcome Remarks

JIN Guangyao  Professor of the Department of History, Director of the International Center for Studies of Chinese Civilization at Fudan  University


09:30-11:00    Social Networks I

1.  CHEN Song   ( Bucknell University)

Writing for Local Government Schools: Text and Network Analyses of Song-Dynasty School Inscriptions

2. LI Tian and Felicia Tian   ( Fudan University)

Guanxi and Job Mobility in the Socialist Transformation


11:00-11:15    Coffee Break


11:15-12:00    Social Networks II

Marc Matten   ( FAU Erlangen-Nuremberg)

Global Scientific Networks in the Cold War Era


14:00-15:30   (三)Social Networks III

1. LIANG Chen  ( Nanjing University)

Social and Geographic Origins of University Students in Shanghai, 1913-1949

2. Franziska Barbara Keller   ( Hong Kong University of Science and Technology)

Uncovering Hierarchies Using Career Paths and Network Measures


15:30-15:45    Coffee Break


15:45-16:30   Social Networks IV

 Roundtable Discussion


September 24, 2019

09:00-10:30    Textual Networks I

1.  Donald Sturgeon  ( Durham University)

Networks of Text Reuse in Early Chinese Literature

2. XU Chao  ( Nanjing Normal University)

Historical Social Network Analysis of Zuozhuan


10:30-10:45   Coffee Break


10:45-12:15   Textual Networks II

1. Henrike Rudolph   ( Fudan University)

Biographical Nodes and the “Value of Life”: A Network Exploration of the Collective Biographies of Women Activists in Twentieth-Century China

2. ZHAO Wei   ( Chinese Academy of Social Sciences)

Narrative Network and Character Function in Modern Chinese Novels


14:00-15:30    Roundtable Discussion and Conclusion