8. výroční česko-slovenská
sinologická konference
The 8th Annual Czech and Slovak Sinological Conference
Palacký University, Olomouc, Czech Republic
November 7th – November 8th, 2014
Conference Venue: the Chapel, Auditorium (Art Centre)
Univerzitní 3, Olomouc
CONFERENCE
PROGRAM
FRIDAY 7th NOVEMBER 2014
08:00–09:00 (Art Centre)
Registration
Morning session I
09:00–10:45
CHAPEL
Philosophy
09:45–10:45
AUDITORIUM
Linguistics I
Chair Jakub Hrubý
Chair Hana Třísková
Language: English
Language: Czech/Slovak
Opening speeches
09:00–09:15
Jiří Lach
Dean of Faculty of Arts
Ivona Barešová
Head of the Department
of Asian Studies
Featured Speech
09:15–09:45
09:45–10:05
10:05–10:25
Thomas Jansen:
Bringing the Gods to Mind:
Images and Associational Thought
in Chinese Folk Religious Scriptures
Dušan Vávra:
Coercion or spontaneity?
Ideal Government According
to the Laozi and Hanfeizi
Aurelio Insisa:
Ideas of Non-Coercive Political Power
in Pre-Imperial Chinese Thought
09:45–10:05
Jana Benická:
Perspektíva “Pidgin English” očami
Lin Yutanga v 30. rokoch minulého
storočia
“Pidgin English” – Its perspectives
as Seen by Lin Yutang in the 1930s
10:05–10:25
Kamila Menšíková:
Čína a její obyvatelé v českých
médiích – případ mediální konstrukce
reality
The Reflection of China and Chinese
People by the Czech Media – Case of
Media Construction of Reality
10:25–10:45
Oliver Weingarten:
Suicide and Self-Sacrifice in Early
Chinese Texts: Reflections
and Examples
10:25–10:45
Zuzana Pospěchová:
Prosodická transkripce
v sociolingvistickém výzkumu
Prosodic Transcription
in Sociolinguistics Research
Coffee break
10:45–11:15
Morning session II
11:15–12:45
CHAPEL
Economy and Politics I
Chair Wioletta Nowak
Language: English
11:45–12:45
AUDITORIUM
Literature I
Chair Daniela Zhang Cziráková
Language: Czech/Slovak
Featured Speech
11:15–11:45
Dominik Mierzejewski:
Debating Role of Rhetoric
in China’s Foreign Policy
11:45–12:05
Peter Ondris:
Smaller State’s Response to a Rising
Power in Their Geographical Proximity. The Case of Malaysia–China postCold War Relations
12:05–12:25
Sabina Kauf, Agnieszka Tłuczak:
China’s Economy – Opportunity
or Threat for European Markets
12:25–12:45
Gabriela Pleschová:
Chinese Soft Power Campaign
in Central Europe
11:45–12:05
Martin Slobodník:
„Budha je ideál nasýteného feudála”
– obraz náboženstva v Číne
v československých cestopisoch
z 50. rokov 20. storočia
“Buddha is a model of a feudal lord” –
Perception of Religion in China in the
Czechoslovak Travelogues from the 1950s
12:05–12:25
Olga Lomová:
„Neoklasicismus“ (xin gudian zhuyi)
v čínské poezii 80. let
Neoclassicism (xin gudianzhuyi)
in Chinese Poetry of the 1980s
12:25–12:45
Radek Pělucha:
Wang Wenxing: Poetika moderní
taiwanské literatury
Wang Wenxing: The Poetics
of Modern Taiwanese Literature
Lunch break
12:45–14:30
Afternoon session I
14:30–15:50
CHAPEL
Literature and Art
China, Tradition
and Reflection
14:30–15:50
AUDITORIUM
Chair Olga Lomová
Chair Martin Slobodník
Language: English
Language: Czech/Slovak
14:30–14:50
14:50–15:10
Raoul David Findeisen:
Cuore (1886) by Edmondo de Amics
as a Bible of ‘Nation-Building’ –
Czech and Slovak translations and
Their Contexts in Comparison to
Their Chinese Counterparts
(Xia Mianzun, 1926ff) etc.
Daniela Zhang Cziráková:
Song of Unending Sorrow – Contemporaneity Versus Tradition: Comparing of Luo Fu’s Poems with the Poem
Bearing the Same Name by Famous
Poet Bai Juyi
14:30–14:50
14:50–15:10
Lukáš Zádrapa:
Definice klíčových pojmů jako diskurzivní artistika: Hánfēizǐ 20.1–20.6
Definition of Key Terms as Discursive
Artistry: Hánfēizǐ 20.1–20.6
Václav Laifr:
Budování astronomie „Nové Číny“
a vznik nové historiografie tradiční
astronomie v 50. a 60. letech 20. stol.:
Pohled z perspektivy orálně
historických pramenů
Building of “New China’s Astronomy”
and the Establishment of New Historiography of Traditional Astronomy in
the 1950s and 1960s: An Insight from
the Oral History Sources
15:10–15:30
Jakub Hrubý:
Hrozba pro oltáře půdy a zrna
– obraz „nehodného“ vládce
ve středověké Číně
Threat to the Altars of Soil
and Grain – the Image of Unworthy
Ruler in Medieval China
15:30–15:50
15:30–15:50
Vladimír Liščák:
François Noël (1651–1729) a latinské
překlady konfuciánských klasických
knih publikovaných v Praze v roce 1711
François Noël (1651–1729) and Latin
translations of Confucian Classical
books published in Prague in 1711
15:50–16:20
Coffee break
15:10–15:30
Li-Wen Wang:
Ascetic, Insanity, and Affection –
the Three Characteristics of “Bizarre
Monks” Portrayed in Tang Tales
Chin-Sung Chang:
Ni Zan (1301–1374): Fact and Fiction
Afternoon session II
16:20–17:40
CHAPEL
Economy and Politics II
16:20–18:00
AUDITORIUM
Linguistics II
Chair Dominik Mierzejewski
Chair Jana Benická
Language: English
Language: English
16:20–16:40
Wioletta Nowak:
China’s Development Assistance to
Latin America and the Caribbean
16:40–17:00
Martin Lavička:
Right to Self-Determination:
The Case of Xinjiang
17:00–17:20
Katarína Čavojská:
Chinese Migrants to South Africa:
Overcoming Boundaries
16:20–16:40
16:40–17:00
Hana Třísková:
Teaching Mandarin Pronunciation:
Basic Types of Minimodules
Michaela Zahradníková:
Chinese Character Learning Strategies
17:00–17:20
Ondřej Kučera:
Comparison of Loan Strategies
from English into Modern Chinese
17:20–17:40
Lin Xiao:
Imperfective Effects on Interpretations
of Process: A Case of –zhe in Chinese
Serial Verb Constructions
17:40–18:00
17:40–18:00
Lu Wei-lun, Magdalena Honcová:
Translations as a Window to the Chinese
Mind: Use of Parallel Texts as a New
Methodology in Chinese Linguistics
18:00–20:00
Conference banquet
17:20–17:40
Kateřina Hradilová:
China’s Economic Zones in Africa
SATURDAY 8th NOVEMBER 2014
Morning session I
09:30–10:30
CHAPEL
Society
09:30–10:30
AUDITORIUM
Literature II
Chair Lucie Olivová
Chair Kamila Hladíková
Language: English
Language: English
09:30–09:50
Chieko Nakajima:
Shanghai Stank: Night Soil Business
in Modern Shanghai
09:30–09:50
Pavlína Krámská:
Experiencing Taiwan, Meeting the
Others in Taiwanese Nature-Oriented
Literature
09:50–10:10
Jo-lan Yi:
Regulations and Female Naming
System in Modern China
10:10–10:30
Magdaléna Masláková:
Taiwan as the Promised Land?
The Presbyterian Church in Taiwan
and Its Struggle for Inculturation
09:50–10:10
Petr Janda:
Foreigners in Narratives
of Taiwanese Aboriginal Tribes
10:10–10:30
Martina Rysová:
Identity of Ethnic Chinese
in Indonesia Reflected in the Short
Stories by Veven Wardhana
Coffee break
10:30–11:00
Morning session II
11:00–12:50
Presentations of European Association of Sinological Librarians’ (EASL) Members
CHAPEL
Chair Maja Fuchs
11:00–10:20
Maja Fuchs (Library of East Asian Studies / Sinology, University of Vienna)
11:20–11:40
Cordula Gumbrecht (Staatsbibliothek zu Berlin)
11:40–12:00
Inga-Lill Blomkvist (Nordic Institute of Asian Studies NIAS, Denmark)
12:00–12:20
Shenxiao Tong (Edinburgh University Library)
12:20–12:50
discussion
12:50–14:30
Lunch break
Afternoon session I
14:30–15:30
CHAPEL
Chinese Thought
and Artistic Perception
14:30–15:30
AUDITORIUM
Literature and Film
Chair Oliver Weingarten
Chair Rudolf Schimera
Language: English
Language: English
14:30–14:50
Jiří Hudeček:
Science and Cultural Conservatism
in the Dongfang Zazhi
(Eastern Miscellany), 1911–1927
14:50–15:10
Michal Švarný:
Metaphysics on the Boundaries
Between Cultures: Chinese Understanding of the Notion of Metaphysics
in the 1920s Intellectual Discourse
15:10–15:30
Jan Vrhovski:
On the Beginning of Mathematical
Logic in China: Zhang Shenfu’s
Search for an Universal Model for
Objectivity, 1919–1928
14:30–14:50
Kamila Hladíková:
Naked Shangri-la: Tibetan Cinema
in Contemporary PRC
14:50–15:10
Liu Jiye:
Tibetan Image in Chinese
Films vs. Postmodernity in China
15:10–15:30
Yang-Chieh Lin:
Between Roots and Routes:
Diasporic Public Sphere in Ha Jin’s
A Good Fall and A Free Life
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Conference website: http://chinet.cz/conferences/cssc-2014-call/
Practical information: http://chinet.cz/about-us/visitingolomouc/
The conference is co-funded by the CHINET project (reg. no. CZ.1.07/2.3.00/20.0152) and there is no conference fee.
This project is co-financed from European Social Fund and State financial resources.
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8. výroční česko-slovenská sinologická konference