Member publication: Book chapter: Fiskesjö: Who’s Afraid of Confucius?

About Confucius Institutes, I have a new contribution coming out: 

Fiskesjö, Magnus. Who’s Afraid of Confucius? Fear, Encompassment, and the Global Debates over the Confucius Institutes.

Chapter in: Yellow Perils: China Narratives in the Contemporary World, ed. Franck Billé and Sören Urbansky. Honolulu: University of Hawaii Press, 2018, 280pp. ISBN: 9780824875794. 

My chapter is on pp. 221-245. 

Member publication: Who’s Afraid of Confucius?

Dear H-PRC: I have a new contribution coming out on the Confucius Institutes: 

Fiskesjö, Magnus. Who’s Afraid of Confucius? Fear, Encompassment, and the Global Debates over the Confucius Institutes.

In: Yellow Perils: China Narratives in the Contemporary World, ed. Franck Billé and Sören Urbansky. Honolulu: University of Hawaii Press, 2018, pp. 221-245. 

The book will come out very soon, this month or next, it is already listed: http://www.uhpress.hawaii.edu/p-9993-9780824875794.aspx

CONFERENCE> Emotions across Boundaries: International Seminar and Workshop in the Philosophy and History of Emotions (January 9 2018)

Dear Colleagues,

Anyone who is in the vicinity of Tel Aviv is welcome to join us for Emotions across Boundaries : International Seminar and Workshop in the Philosophy and History of Emotions (January 9 2018) at Tel Aviv University.

Re: William Theodore de Bary, 1919-2017

I would like to call the attention of H-Asia members to three tributes to Wm. Theodore de Bary that we published earlier this week at the AAS #AsiaNow blog. Carol Gluck (Columbia professor), Donald Keene (Columbia professor emeritus), and Larry Chengliang Hong (Columbia College ’17) have generously taken the time to share their reflections on Ted de Bary’s career and the influence he had on the field of Asian Studies, as well as on his students, colleagues, and friends. Please see this multi-generational memorial post here:

Workshop on Confucianism in Modern Japan (at Tohoku University)

Dear list members,

The Tohoku University Global Japanese Studies Initiative would like to invite you to a workshop on the modernization of Confucian thought in Japan.

公開ワークショップ「儒教の行方―近世から近代へ」

Speakers:
Takayama Daiki 高山大毅 (Komazawa University)
暴君と「士気」―古賀侗庵再考

Mizuno Hirota 水野博太 (University of Tokyo)
漢学から「支那哲学」へ―初期東京大学の中国研究をめぐって

Zhu Lin 朱琳 (Tohoku University)
「中国学」への道―内藤湖南とその周辺

Responding:
Okawa Makoto 大川真 (Chuo University)

Presiding:
Orion Klautau (Tohoku University)

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