8. výroční česko-slovenská sinologická konference
The 8th Annual Czech and Slovak Sinological Conference
Palacký University, Olomouc, Czech Republic
November 7st – 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
09:15–09:45
09:45–10:05
Doc. PhDr. Jiří Lach, Ph.D.,M.A.
Dean of Faculty of Arts
Mgr. Ivona Barešová, Ph.D.
Head of the Department of Asian
Studies
Featured Speech
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
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
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10:05–10:25
Aurelio Insisa: Ideas of NonCoercive Political Power
in Pre-Imperial Chinese
Thought
10:05–10:25
10:25–10:45
Oliver Weingarten: Suicide
and Self-Sacrifice in Early
Chinese Texts: Reflections
and Examples
10:25–10:45
10:45–11:15
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
Zuzana Pospěchová: Prosodická
transkripce
v sociolingvistickém výzkumu
Prosodic Transcription
in Sociolinguistics Research
Coffee break
Morning session II
11:15–12:45
CHAPEL
Economy and Politics I
11:45–12:45
AUDITORIUM
Literature I
Chair Wioletta Nowak
Chair Daniela Zhang Cziráková
Language English
Language Czech/Slovak
11:15–11:45
11:45–12:05
12:05–12:25
12:25–12:45
12:45–14:30
Featured Speech
Dominik Mierzejewski:
Debating Role of Rhetoric
in China's Foreign Policy
Peter Ondris: Smaller State’s
Response to a Rising Power
in Their Geographical
Proximity. The Case of
Malaysia–China post-Cold
War Relations
Sabina Kauf, Agnieszka
Tłuczak: China's Economy –
Opportunity or Threat for
European Markets
Gabriela Pleschová: Chinese
Soft Power Campaign in
Central Europe
11:45–12:05
12:05–12:25
12:25–12:45
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
Olga Lomová:
„Neoklasicismus“ (xin gudian
zhuyi) v čínské poezii 80. let
Neoclassicism (xin gudianzhuyi)
in Chinese Poetry of the 1980s
Radek Pělucha: Wang
Wenxing: Poetika moderní
taiwanské literatury
Wang Wenxing: The Poetics of
Modern Taiwanese Literature
Lunch Break
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Afternoon session I
Chair Olga Lomová
China, Tradition and
Reflection
Chair Martin Slobodník
Language English
Language Czech/Slovak
14:30–15:50
CHAPEL
Literature and Art
14:30–15:50
AUDITORIUM
Raoul David Findeisen: Cuore
14:30–14:50
(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.
14:30–14:50
Daniela Zhang Cziráková:
14:50–15:10
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
14:50–15:10
Li-Wen Wang: Ascetic,
15:10–15:30
15:30–15:50
15:50–16:20
Insanity, and Affection –
the Three Characteristics of
“Bizarre Monks” Portrayed
in Tang Tales
Chin-Sung Chang: Ni Zan
(1301–1374): Fact and
Fiction
15:10–15:30
15:30–15:50
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
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
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
Coffee break
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Afternoon session II
16:20–17:40
CHAPEL
16:20–18:00
Economy and Politics II AUDITORIUM
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 SelfDetermination: The Case
of Xinjiang
17:00–17:20
Katarína Čavojská: Chinese
Migrants to South Africa:
Overcoming Boundaries
17:20–17:40
Kateřina Hradilová: China’s
Economic Zones in Africa
17:40–18:00
18:00–20:00
Linguistics II
16:20–16:40
16:40–17:00
17:00–17:20
Hana Třísková: Teaching
Mandarin Pronunciation:
Basic Types of Minimodules
Michaela Zahradníková:
Chinese Character Learning
Strategies
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
Lu Wei-lun, Magdalena
Honcová: Translations as a
Window to the Chinese Mind:
Use of Parallel Texts as a New
Methodology in Chinese
Linguistics
Conference Banquet
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SATURDAY 8TH NOVEMBER 2014
Morning session I
09:30–10:30
CHAPEL
09:30–10:30
AUDITORIUM
Society
Literature II
Chair Lucie Olivová
Chair Kamila Hladíková
Language English
Language English
09:30–09:50
09:50–10:10
10:10–10:30
Chieko Nakajima: Shanghai
Stank: Night Soil Business in
Modern Shanghai
Jo-lan Yi: Regulations and
Female Naming System in
Modern China
Magdaléna Masláková:
Taiwan as the Promised
Land? The Presbyterian
Church in Taiwan and Its
Struggle for Inculturation
10:30–11:00
09:30–09:50
09:50–10:10
10:10–10:30
Pavlína Krámská: Experiencing
Taiwan, Meeting the Others in
Taiwanese Nature-Oriented
Literature
Petr Janda: Foreigners in
Narratives of Taiwanese
Aboriginal Tribes
Martina Rysová: Identity of
Ethnic Chinese in Indonesia
Reflected in the Short Stories
by Veven Wardhana
Coffee break
Morning session II
11:00–12:50
CHAPEL
Presentations of
European Association of Sinological Librarians' (EASL) Members
Chair Maja Fuchs
11:00–10:20
11:20–11:40
11:40–12:00
Maja Fuchs (Library of East Asian Studies / Sinology, University of Vienna)
Cordula Gumbrecht (Staatsbibliothek zu Berlin)
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
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Afternoon session I
Chinese Thought and
Artistic Perception
Chair Oliver Weingarten
Chair Rudolf Schimera
Language English
Language English
14:30–15:30
CHAPEL
14:30–14:50
14:50–15:10
15:10–15:30
Jiří Hudeček: Science and
Cultural Conservatism in
the Dongfang Zazhi (Eastern
Miscellany), 1911–1927
Michal Švarný: Metaphysics
on the Boundaries Between
Cultures: Chinese
Understanding of the Notion
of Metaphysics in the 1920s
Intellectual Discourse
Jan Vrhovski: On the
Beginning of Mathematical
Logic in China:
Zhang Shenfu's Search for
an Universal Model for
Objectivity, 1919–1928
14:30–15:30
AUDITORIUM
14:30–14:50
14:50–15:10
15:10–15:30
Literature and Film
Kamila Hladíková: Naked
Shangri-la: Tibetan Cinema
in Contemporary PRC
Liu Jiye: Tibetan Image
in Chinese Films vs.
Postmodernity in China
Yang-Chieh Lin: Between
Roots and Routes:
Diasporic Public Sphere in Ha
Jin's A Good Fall and A Free
Life
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