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June 2021

100 Years of CCP History-100 Jahre KPCh History in three keys: The Cultural Revolution as event, memory, and theory

22. Jun 2021 @ 18:00 - 20:00
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100 Years of CCP History - 100 Jahre KPCh History in three keys: The Cultural Revolution as event, memory, and theory Research Salon & Discussion Time:  June 22, 2021, 6-8 p.m. (CEST) Zoom link: https://s.gwdg.de/6OYGsF   Looking at 100 years of CCP history, the Cultural Revolution emerges as a key event in post-49 history. The idea is that understanding the Cultural Revolution is crucial to understanding both the Maoist period and the post-Maoist period of CCP history. In no socialist…

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Shouxin Kuaile 收信快乐 Love Letters

24. Jun 2021 - 26. Jun 2021

A Monological & Digital Theater Produced by Ying Ming Theater in Göttingen, Germany 数字剧场独白剧,德国哥廷根嘤鸣剧社出品 The innocence and ignorance of youth is a poem as it may seem and a mystery as I can dream. Shuttlecocking letters from afar for forty years, I look for a love in my life. I wonder if time could stop at the moment when we first met, without dislocation, delusion and discrepancies. 年少时的懵懂情愫,如诗如梦。四十年,驿寄梅花,鱼传尺素,寻一生知心爱人。盼人生若只如初见,不再错、错、错。 Shouxin Kuaile (Love Letters) is adapted from a drama of the same name,…

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2-Day Public Panel: Conceptualizing Planetary Humanities

24. Jun 2021 @ 16:00 - 25. Jun 2021 @ 10:15
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Conceptualizing Planetary Humanities A Public Panel (Two Parts)   This public panel is part of a workshop hosted by Bo Strath, John Noyes & Dominic Sachsenmaier. It will discuss some of the major themes, contours, contexts, interventions, challenges, or potential pitfalls of the humanities understood as a planetary endeavor. The two panels (about one hour each) will be broadcast on youtube livestream.     Part One: June 24th, 16.00-17.15  Central European Time   Chair: Selcuk Esenbel (Bogazici University)   -…

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100 Years of CCP History – 100 Jahre KPCh Ist die Ära Xi Jinping das Ende der Geschichte der KPCh oder: Wie Xi Jinping die Parteigeschichte umschreibt

29. Jun 2021 @ 18:00 - 20:00
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100 Years of CCP History - 100 Jahre KPCh Ist die Ära Xi Jinping das Ende der Geschichte der KPCh oder: Wie Xi Jinping die Parteigeschichte umschreibt. Vortrag & Podiumsdiskussion - 29.06.2021, 18-20 Uhr (CEST) Zoom-Link: https://s.gwdg.de/Bxi2rO Vortrag: Jonny Erling (Frankurt am Main) Moderator: Sascha Klotzbücher (Universität Göttingen) Diskutant*innen: Felix Wemheuer (Universität Köln) & Susanne Weigelin-Schwiedrzik (Universität Wien) 100 Jahre Geschichte der KPCh, das ist ein Anlaß, um die Geschichte der KPCh neu zu überdenken und millionenfach in der VR…

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July 2021

Lecture: Most Dangerous Place on Earth? External and Internal Threats to Taiwan’s Security

6. Jul 2021 @ 16:00 - 18:00
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Tuesday, July 6, 4pm-6pm (CET) Dr. Hermann Halbeisen Lehrstuhl für Politische Theorie und Ideengeschichte der Universität zu Köln Zoom link: https://s.gwdg.de/MnBRfe   Image by Tofeiku. License: CC-BY-SA-4.0 https://commons.wikimedia.org/wiki/File:South_China_Sea_-_Sulu_Sea_Simpang_Mengayau.jpg

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Weiyena – Ein Heimatfilm

7. Jul 2021 @ 18:00 - 21:00
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Weiyena  - Ein Heimatfilm Filmvorführung & Gespräch mit den Regisseurinnen 7. Juli, 2021 18:00 - 21:00 Zoom Link: https://s.gwdg.de/AQMM6q Zwei Familiengeschichten, ein Jahrhundert und zwei Metropolen verschmelzen in einer Person: Weina Zhao. Ihre Eltern nannten die kleine Tochter ‘Wien’ – Wéiyěnà – , als sie von Peking nach Österreich auswanderten. Weinas Reise zurück in die Geschichte – von der Kulturrevolution bis ins moderne China – berührt die großen Themen des 21. Jahrhunderts: Migration, Identität und Vergangenheitsbewältigung. WEIYENA - EIN HEIMATFILM…

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Virtual Theater Project 

13. Jul 2021 @ 16:00 - 22:00

China Topography 2021 is a virtual theater project conceptualized by Prof. Dr. Li Yinan, which includes The Peach Blossom Land, The River, Relics, The Escape, and News Broadcast. Prof. Sebastian Kaiser and students at the Central Academy of Theater will join her to present the performances on July 13. You may find more details from the program. Anyone who is interested is warmly welcome! To register for participation, just send a message to chinatopo2021@outlook.com

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Lecture: The Inter-State Order of Post-Tang East Asia

15. Jul 2021 @ 15:00 - 17:00
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Presenter: Nicolas Tackett Time: July 15, 3-5pm CEST Zoom link: https://uni-goettingen.zoom.us/j/93717896257 Meeting ID: 937 1789 6257   Abstract: Whereas a few decades ago, the pre-twentieth century "Chinese World Order" was typically treated as unchanging across the vast span of the imperial period, this talk is premised on the idea that inter-state systems evolve substantially over time. With this spirit in mind, I will propose the fall of the Tang as a pivotal moment that ushered in a very different East…

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Lecture: Maritime Security and Strategic Implications in the South China Sea

20. Jul 2021 @ 16:00 - 18:00

Tuesday, July 20, 4pm-6pm (CET) Dr. Sarah Kirchberger Leiterin der Abteilung Strategische Entwicklung in Asien-Pazifik am Institut für Sicherheitspolitik an der Universität Kiel Zoom link: https://s.gwdg.de/JFiAoJ   Image by Tofeiku. License: CC-BY-SA-4.0 https://commons.wikimedia.org/wiki/File:South_China_Sea_-_Sulu_Sea_Simpang_Mengayau.jpg

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Virtual Exhibition: “Who’s Talking? On Performing Objects and Their Voices

31. Jul 2021 @ 10:00 - 2. Aug 2021 @ 19:00

Ms. Shasha Li, guest speaker of the Ostasiatisches Seminar at the University of Göttingen, puppeteer, and stage director will join other five artists from African, Asian, and European countries for the exhibition and symposium "Who's Talking? On Performing Objects and Their Voices " from July 30th- August 1st, 2021. For all the details of the virtual events, please visit the webpage of KOLK 17 Figurentheater &  Museum in Lübeck.  Visit the virtual exhibition " "Who's Talking? Sechs künstlerische Blicke auf…

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August 2021

Global China Conversations: China und Europa – Riskante wirtschaftliche Abhängigkeiten?

26. Aug 2021 @ 11:00 - 12:00
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China und Europa: Riskante wirtschaftliche Abhängigkeiten? Sprecher: Prof. Gabriel Felbermayr (Präsident des IfW), Jörg Wuttke (Präsident der EU-Handelskammer China) Moderatorin: Dr. Vera Eichenauer, Ökonomin an der Konjunkturforschungsstelle KOF der ETH Zürich Zeit: 11:00 -12:00 Uhr, 26.08.2021 Anmeldung: Anmeldeformular Thema Die chinesische und die europäische Wirtschaft sind eng verflochten. Dies zeigt sich besonders während der Covid-19-Krise, als Lieferengpässe ebenso wie Chinas rasche wirtschaftliche Erholung Schlagzeilen machten. Die enge Verflechtung mit dem schwer einzuschätzenden Wirtschaftspartner China birgt Risiken. Die Spannungen nehmen zu,…

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September 2021

Lecture: Global Visions of Place and Belonging: Sojourners from China and the Arab World

8. Sep 2021 @ 13:15 - 14:45
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  Presenter:  Dr. Janice Jeong (Göttingen) & Dr. Mohammed Al-Sudairi (Hong Kong University) Time: September 08,  13:15 - 14:45 CEST Zoom link: https://uni-goettingen.zoom.us/j/97160954443?pwd=OWVaUDJmV01uTlJPMWFDYWV1RmFZdz09   Abstract: The talks by Dr. Mohammed Al-Sudairi and Dr. Janice Hyeju Jeong will discuss sojourners who traversed between China and the Arab world at pivotal moments in the twentieth century, who interpreted the destinations of their travels as the center of their spiritual or revolutionary worlds. They will each position Maoist China and Mecca under pre-1970s…

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