China Seminars | 中国讲座
The Confucius Institute regularly invites academics and experts worldwide to give talks at the China Seminars Series about the latest research in language studies, language teaching, international relationships and economics, and other topics.
UK-China Seminar Series Project 2022
CALL FOR SPEAKERS
Willing to share your expertise, insight and knowledge with Chinese and British colleagues/audiences? The Confucius Institute at the University of Sheffield is now accepting proposals for the 2022 UK-China Seminar Series, which will take place from April to December 2022!
As the year 2022 marks the 15th anniversary of the Confucius Institute at the University of Sheffield (SCI), we are planning a series of events to celebrate this important milestone and the 2022 UK-China Seminar Series project will be one of them.
The China Seminar Series is an annual project organised by the SCI designed to host a number of talks across the year by renowned academic and professors from around the UK and China.
The seminars cover a variety of topics, including Chinese language education, cross-cultural communication, Chinese philosophy, Chinese history and Chinese agriculture among others. In order to promote cross-cultural dialogue between our British and Chinese colleagues, the UK-China Seminar Series was created.
Academics, professors and speakers are invited to submit their seminar proposals via the Google Form (link below), to be considered in the UK-China Seminar Series 2022. From those submitted, speakers from the UK and China submitting proposals on similar topics will be “matched” and invited to conduct a seminar together, forming an important aspect of the project & reiterating the idea of cross-cultural communication and learning.
Topics Areas for the Seminar Series
Please send us your research interests. The following Humanities subjects are of
To submit your seminar proposal, please fill in the Google form, which can be accessed HERE. If you cannot access the form, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org. By submitting this form, you confirm you are available during your chosen time and consent to the recording of your seminar for research purposes. Please complete your expression of interest (including the title/topic) via the Google Form by the end of February. The full proposal submission deadline is 31st March 2022.
The seminars will be hosted on Zoom and will take place at your preferred time.
Seminars should typically last 40 minutes up to 1 hour, with additional time allocated for Q&A.
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