Paris (France), January 4-7, 2024
New researches on Chinese Religious texts 1600-1940: genres and corpora
This three-day workshop is organized by the CRTA (Chinese Religious Texts Authority) project, supported by ITI HiSAAR, ANR-DFG project “ChinaText. Religious Text Production and Identity Formation in China, 17th to 21st Centuries”, and GEO. CRTA is an open-access, international collaborative database project aiming at describing Chinese religious texts. The workshop will introduce CRTA to participants and stimulate discussion about late imperial and Republican religious texts of different genres. The workshop will take place in Paris, France, and will begin on the early afternoon of January 4, 2024.
We open this call to graduate students and early-career scholars of all nationalities and disciplines. Each participant will prepare in advance a 20-minute round-table presentation on a current, unpublished project in relation to a late imperial, early Republican religious text (or a set of texts) of their choosing from the CRTA database. The workshop will schedule presentations by early career and confirmed scholars including members of CRTA project’s steering committee, with the aim of discussing and obtaining feedback from colleagues on the challenges posed by these texts and/or their topics. Candidates should be able to present and take active part in discussions in English.
Candidates should send a CV, plus the title and abstract of a presentation for round-table discussion to email@example.com before August 15, 2023.
Members of the project’s steering committee include:
- Katherine Alexander (University of Colorado)
- Marcus Bingenheimer (Temple University)
- Daniela Campo (University of Strasbourg)
- Philip Clart (University of Leipzig)
- Vincent Goossaert (EPHE, PSL)
- Gregory Scott (University of Manchester)
- Huayan Wang (IHEC, Paris)
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CRTA covers three nights (January 4th to 7th) single-room accommodation, breakfast, lunch and one group dinner in Paris. CRTA will also offer a travel grant to partially cover air/train fare to Paris (400 euros for participants coming from Asia or North America, and 100 euros for those coming from Europe, outside France).