Accueil1911-2011: From Revolution To Reforms Characterizing made-in-China transition paradigms
Call for papers
Publié le mardi 26 octobre 2010 par Marie Pellen
Mao took up that vision when he proclaimed “The Chinese people have stood up!”, though that vision may well still be a work in progress that Deng Xiaoping’s policy of reform and opening-up “with Chinese characteristics” is striving for. Ever since 1978, the Chinese Communist Party has established a social contract that can be encapsulated by getting rich but obeying one-Party rule. However, given the many troubles that have been challenging the country’s development and social order, one wonders what it will take for China to keep on going or whether it can keep on going.
The rise of China has challenged social scientists to revisit and rethink existing theories. Indeed, some observers believe China is the source of new paradigms and alternative models on the linkage between political, economic and social development, which has sometimes resulted in neologizing concepts such as sino-globalisation, sino-capitalism, pax sinica, or Beijing consensus.
Thus, this conference aims at critically reviewing and characterizing these made-in/by-China paradigms and models of development. Scholars from all relevant fields of social sciences and humanities are welcome to submit a proposal that fits the above stated goal provided their paper is an original piece of work and that has not been submitted for another publication.
Abstracts (no more than 300 words in English) for all participants are due on or before 31st January 2011.Please send your abstract as an email attachment to: CGSS2011@usj.edu.mo. The attachment must be in doc (MS Word) format, including the following: 1) Title and abstract and 2) Name, position, institutional affiliation, email and telephone of each author.
All participants will be notified by email by 28th February 2011 if their abstracts have been accepted for the conference.
Final papers in English will be due on 31st May 2011. Please submit your full paper to CGSS2011@usj.edu.mo as an attachment via email. The attachment must be in doc (MS Word) format. Paper format details are available in The Guidelines for Paper Presenters and that will be sent to all participants along with the authors’ notification.
Publication:A selection of the best conference papers will be published in a peer-reviewed publication.
Registration and Accommodation: There is no registration fee for the conference. Invited paper presenters from outside Macao will have their flight/ferry and hotel accommodation reimbursed.
Other information about Macau: Please go to http://cn.macautourism.gov.mo for more information about Macau.
- Abstract Submission 31st January 2011
- Authors Notification 28th February 2011
- Final Paper Submission 31st May 2011
- Conference dates 16th – 17th June 2011
- Macao (Chine), Centre for Global and Strategic Studies (CGSS) University of Saint Joseph Macao SAR
- lundi 31 janvier 2011
- Chine, réformes, révolution, paradigmes
- Dr. Emilie Tran
courriel : CGSS2011 [at] usj [dot] edu [dot] mo
URLS de référence
Source de l'information
- Jacqueline Nivard
courriel : Jacqueline [dot] Nivard [at] ehess [dot] fr
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