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OEI Professional Development Officer  留言于2017-03-15 03:34:00
评论:UPDATE - From The Chinese American Professors and Professionals Network(2017 No.06)
You are invited...To an OEI Faculty Information Meeting!
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USC U.S.-China Institute  留言于2017-03-15 03:11:23
评论:UPDATE - From The Chinese American Professors and Professionals Network(2017 No.06)
Please join the USC U.S.-China Institute for a book talk by Guobin Yang. The first part of the book offers a new explanation of factional violence in the Red Guard movement and the second part of the book chronicles the de-sacralization of that revolutionary culture throughout the 1970s and the rise of a new wave of protest that inaugurated the democratic movements of the reform era.

The Red Guard Generation And Political Activism In China
Date: Thursday, March 23, 2017, 4:00-5:30pm
Location: Annenberg School for Communication & Journalism, ASC 204, USC
Cost: Free, please register here.
This talk will be based on the speaker's recently published book of the same title. The first part of the book offers a new explanation of factional violence in the Red Guard movement, arguing that in crucial ways, factional violence was the result of the dramatic re-enactment of a revolutionary culture which had been sacralized by the eve of the Cultural Revolution. The second part of the book chronicles the de-sacralization of that revolutionary culture throughout the 1970s when the Red Guard generation became sent-down youth in the villages and the rise of a new wave of protest that inaugurated the democratic movements of the reform era.
Guobin Yang is a Professor of Communication and Sociology at the Annenberg School for Communication and Department of Sociology at the University of Pennsylvania. His books include The Red Guard Generation and Political Activism in China (2016), The Power of the Internet in China: Citizen Activism Online (2009), and Dragon-Carving and the Literary Mind (2 vols. 2003). He is the editor of Media Activism in the Digital Age (with Victor Pickard, forthcoming), China's Contested Internet (2015), The Internet, Social Media, and a Changing China (with Jacques deLisle and Avery Goldstein, 2016), and Re-Envisioning the Chinese Revolution: The Politics and Poetics of Collective Memories in Reform China (with Ching-Kwan Lee, 2007).

Opening to China: A Memoir of Normalization, 1981-1982
Date: Thursday, April 6, 2017, 4:00-5:30pm
Location: USC Campus, Location TBA
In 1981 an American historian of China, Professor Charlotte Furth, travelled to Beijing to teach young Chinese scholars about America. Professor Furth's year-long adventures, captured in this lively memoir, tell of classroom encounters, bureaucratic entanglements, expat frustrations, unlikely friendships, and misunderstandings both comic and grave. Her sponsor, the Fulbright program of academic exchange, had just revived after thirty years of the Cold War, and carried with it American hopes for a new era of cooperation between China and the United States. Her students were shaped by the Communist revolution, schooled in its political disciplines, and torn between thirst to experience the outside world at last and anxiety about what lay ahead in a post-Mao future.
Charlotte Furth is Professor Emerita of Chinese History at the University of Southern California. Before moving to USC in 1989, she spent two decades on the faculty of California State University at Long Beach. The book based on her Stanford PhD dissertation, Ting Wen-chiang: Science and China's New Culture, was published by Harvard East Asian Monograph Series in 1970. A Flourishing Yin: Gender in China's Medical History (University of California Press, 1999) was awarded the "Women in Science" prize by the History of Science Society in 2001. For her scholarship and service to the profession, including work as journal editor and on several important edited volumes,…
China Institute in America  留言于2017-03-15 02:59:59
评论:UPDATE - From The Chinese American Professors and Professionals Network(2017 No.06)
Asia Week Events
LAST CHANCE! Less Than One Week Left to Visit:
Art in a Time of Chaos: Masterworks from Six Dynasties China, 3rd - 6th Centuries Now Through March 19
Described as "a jewel" by the New York Times, China Institute Gallery's highly-acclaimed exhibition Art in a Time of Chaos will close soon on March 19. Not only was the Six Dynasties period a pivotal link in the historical timeline between the Han and Tang dynasties, but it is increasingly recognized for having laid the foundation for Chinese artistic standards, genres, subjects, and important themes that continue to define Chinese art today.

"Why the Seven Sages?"
Wednesday, March 15, 6:30-8:00PM
Lecture & Reception
The Seven Sages have been a recurring theme in Chinese art since the Six Dynasties period and have continued to inspire artists for generations. In this lecture, Willow Weilan Hai, Director of China Institute Gallery, and Chief Curator of Art in a Time of Chaos: Masterworks from Six Dynasties China, 3rd-6th Centuries will explore archaeological findings in artwork throughout history and decipher the significance of the Seven Sages as cultural symbols in Chinese art.

Asia Art Week Open House
Thursday, March 16, 10:00AM-8:00PM
5:00-6:30PM: Reception
Join us for China Institute''s first Asia Week Open House in our new downtown location. Don''t miss the last chance to see Art in a Time of Chaos: Masterworks from Six Dynasties China, 3rd-6th Centuries, an exhibition described as "a jewel" by The New York Times. Enjoy complimentary gallery admission, meet the curator, and learn about our upcoming exhibitions.

Once Upon a Time in China
Thursday, March 16, 6:30-8:30PM
Film Screening:$5 General Admission. Free Admission for Members
Come see Once Upon a Time in China (1991), directed by Tsui Hark, and introduced by Raymond Tsang, Doctoral Candidate in Cinema Studies at NYU and specialist in martial arts studies.
The final installment in our Film Art Set in Times of Chaos series, Once Upon a Time in China is a distinctive update of a renowned tale: the life of the great physician and martial artist Wong Fei Hung (1847-1924). Set in the latter years of Qing Dynasty (1644 to 1912), the film depicts the crime-ridden and semi-colonialized city of Guangdong.

The Chinese Art Market-Trends, Pitfalls and Opportunities
Thursday, March 16, 6:30-8:00PM
This China Institute Center for Business Industry Updates program will focus on the Chinese Art Market, presented by Nick Wilson from China Guardian (HK) Auctions. China Guardian is China''s oldest art-auction firm and one of the top leaders in the Chinese art auction market. Registration is on a first come, first serve basis.

Reading Paintings - The Intricacies and Essence of Chinese Painting
Saturday, March 18, 2:00-4:00PM
In this special lecture, Hu Yanyan, President of China Guardian Auctions, the premier auction house that specializes in Chinese antiques and art, and a senior specialist in Chinese calligraphy and painting, will examine ancient, modern, and contemporary Chinese masterworks, discussing how to appreciate Chinese paintings through their form and brush work, and analyze their significance and collection value. This Lecture will be conducted in Chinese, with no interpretation.

40 Rector Street, 2nd Floor, New York, NY 10006
For information and to register, please contact: 212.744.8181 ext.117 email: galleryassist@chinainstitute.org
ACTEX  留言于2017-03-15 02:09:21
评论:UPDATE - From The Chinese American Professors and Professionals Network(2017 No.06)
Dear Zhenying,
Since ACTEX Learning's new Actuarial Resource Center (ARC) for professors was launched last month, over 150 professors have logged in, accessed our free content and given us feedback. In addition to the accolades, (So helpful! Desk Copy game changer!), we''ve listened to your constructive questions and ideas and added the following: •A new "FAQs" document addressing Frequently Asked Questions
•Quick links to ACTEX & ASM errata pages
•60-day DRM access to ACTEX Solutions Manuals for textbooks on ARC
If you haven''t accessed ARC yet, you can register for a login on our website and we''ll grant you access to all of our preliminary actuarial exam textbooks and study manuals, plus supplementary material relevant to your students.

MORE INFO ABOUT THE ACTUARIAL RESOURCE CENTER
ARC is a centralized online resource library, designed by the ACTEX Learning team, to assist educators in the fields of actuarial science, mathematics, statistics and risk management.
Your access includes 60-Day Digital Review copies of the following ACTEX textbooks: •Probability for Risk Management
•Probability & Statistics with Applications
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Plus: •60-Day Digital Review Copies of ACTEX & ASM Study Manuals for Actuarial Exams P, FM, MFE, MLC, C & S
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•Samples of our Practice Exams
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•Previews of our Online Exam Prep & VEE Courses
•An Actuarial Educator Discussion Board
•ACTEX Professors'' Guide to Actuarial Education (updated for 2017)
We will continuously update the ARC with new printings and editions, as well as new resources, news and information as the Society of Actuaries and Casualty Actuarial Society release new guidelines, syllabi and requirements for their exams.
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宁波大学人事处  留言于2017-03-12 12:18:16
评论:UPDATE - From The Chinese American Professors and Professionals Network(2017 No.06)
尊敬的美国华裔教授专家网
宁波大学(Ningbo University),位于浙江省宁波市高教园区北区,是中华人民共和国教育部、浙江省、国家海洋局和宁波市共建的浙江省首批重点建设高校,教育部“卓越医生教育培养计划”“卓越农林人才教育培养计划”改革试点高校,国家“111计划”建设高校,是一所在改革开放中成长起来的新兴地方综合性大学。其学科涵盖经、法、教、文、史、理、工、农、医、管、艺等十一大门类,设有20个学院。宁波大学现决定面向海内外公开招聘教师岗位高层次人才194人,特请将我校“2017年公开招聘高层次人才公告”信息在教育处(组)及相关社团等媒体刊登发布。感谢您们大力支持!
谢谢

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遵义医学院  留言于2017-03-12 02:44:28
评论:UPDATE - From The Chinese American Professors and Professionals Network(2017 No.06)
尊敬的美国华裔教授专家网负责人您好:、
我校非常感谢您的帮助与支持,招聘也定会因为贵网的帮助而引进更多人才。再次感谢!
祝好

人事处
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UCLA Center for Chinese Studies  留言于2017-03-10 09:56:42
评论:UPDATE - From The Chinese American Professors and Professionals Network(2017 No.06)
The Northern Others in Chinese Historiography: Reading the Tuoba Xianbei
Monday, March 13, 2017, 2:00 PM - 3:30 PM
10383 Bunche Hall, UCLA

Talk by Nina Duthie, visiting faculty, UCLA
The early fourth century in China is conventionally described with the epigrammatic phrase wu Hu luan Hua, or “the five Hu (nomadic tribes of from the north) lay waste to the Hua (Huaxia; central cultural region).” The phrase evokes a violent disruption of the normative political order as the result of savage invaders running amok across the land. Dr. Duthie''''s talk will examine the earliest ethnographic accounts of the Tuoba Xianbei, one such Hu tribe, and show how such accounts place the Tuoba Xianbei squarely within an existing discourse on the uncivilized Hu.

Dr. Duthie will then turn to explore an alternative narrative on Tuoba Xianbei origins and ancestors from the mid-sixth century Wei shu (History of the Northern Wei). She argues that the Wei shu annals present a teleological narrative in which the Tuoba Xianbei ancestors emerge in a northern wilderness under the reign of a son of the Yellow Emperor, civilize the lands of their origin, and then, with the guidance of spirit animals, undertake a succession of southward journeys and move into a new space—one whose boundaries are clearly defined through the founding of capitals and which is sacralized through the performance of rituals to heaven and earth. This narrative on the Tuoba Xianbei past then prompts the Wei shu historian’s comment that, “by the end, [the Tuoba rulers] came to expansively possess all the world,” thereby establishing the ground for the inevitable founding of the imperial Northern Wei state (386–534 CE) in north China.

Nina Duthie received her Ph.D. in Chinese Literature and Cultural History from the Department of East Asian Languages and Cultures at Columbia University in 2015, and is currently a visiting faculty in the Department of Asian Languages and Cultures at UCLA.

UCLA Center for Chinese Studies
11381 Bunche Hall, Los Angeles, CA 90095
Tel: (310) 825-8683 Fax: (310) 206-3555
china@international.ucla.edu
International Symposium  留言于2017-03-10 07:44:58
评论:UPDATE - From The Chinese American Professors and Professionals Network(2017 No.06)
Dear Sir/Madam,

The Human Rights International Organization, invites you to participate in the 2017 educational symposium on Child sexual abuse, such as'''' Child Marriage, Human Trafficking, A Solution to Global Terrorism and Anti-Slavery. the educational symposium will be taking place from June 26th to 30th 2017 at the conference place in Texas, USA. The symposium meeting will contain various talks and mini workshops related to the issues of Challenges.

The organizing committee sponsors are responsible for visa processing to those who requires visa to the United States and provide free round-trip air tickets from your country to the United States and back to your country. Hotel Accommodation will be your responsible during your stay in United States. Interested participants are to contact the organization office directly by e-mail: humanrightorganization@aol.com
We look forward to your honorable presence. Thanks!

Program on Human Rights and the Global Economy.
USC U.S.-China Institute  留言于2017-03-10 07:43:00
评论:UPDATE - From The Chinese American Professors and Professionals Network(2017 No.06)
The Red Guard Generation And Political Activism In China
Date: Thursday, March 23, 2017, 4:00-5:30pm
Location: Annenberg School for Communication & Journalism, ASC 204, USC
Cost: Free
This talk will be based on the speaker's recently published book of the same title. The first part of the book offers a new explanation of factional violence in the Red Guard movement, arguing that in crucial ways, factional violence was the result of the dramatic re-enactment of a revolutionary culture which had been sacralized by the eve of the Cultural Revolution. The second part of the book chronicles the de-sacralization of that revolutionary culture throughout the 1970s when the Red Guard generation became sent-down youth in the villages and the rise of a new wave of protest that inaugurated the democratic movements of the reform era.

Guobin Yang is a Professor of Communication and Sociology at the Annenberg School for Communication and Department of Sociology at the University of Pennsylvania. His books include The Red Guard Generation and Political Activism in China (2016), The Power of the Internet in China: Citizen Activism Online (2009), and Dragon-Carving and the Literary Mind (2 vols. 2003). He is the editor of Media Activism in the Digital Age (with Victor Pickard, forthcoming), China's Contested Internet (2015), The Internet, Social Media, and a Changing China (with Jacques deLisle and Avery Goldstein, 2016), and Re-Envisioning the Chinese Revolution: The Politics and Poetics of Collective Memories in Reform China (with Ching-Kwan Lee, 2007).

USC U.S.-China Institute
213-821-4382
uschina@usc.edu
Renwen Society  留言于2017-03-10 07:27:23
评论:UPDATE - From The Chinese American Professors and Professionals Network(2017 No.06)
Reading Paintings
- The Intricacies & Essence of Chinese Painting
Saturday, March 18, 2:00-4:00PM
Event fee: Free for Renwen Society Members; Non-members $10
40 Rector Street, 2nd Floor, New York, NY 10006

In this special lecture, Ms. Hu Yanyan, President of China Guardian Auctions, the premier auction house that specializes in Chinese antiques and art, and a senior specialist in Chinese calligraphy and painting, will examine the Chinese masterworks from ancient, modern, and contemporary, to lead the appreciation of Chinese paintings from the form, brush work, significance and its collection value. This Lecture will be conducted in Chinese, with no interpretation.
Follow Renwen''''s WeChat: chineselectures
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