Conférences « Re-Envisioning Gender in China »
/ 14 février 2019

Second conference of the China Academic Network on Gender Organized by the China Academic Network on Gender (CHANGE) together with the Center for East Asian Studies (EASt) and the Structure de recherche interdisciplinaire sur le genre, l’égalité et la sexualité (STRIGES) of the Université libre de Bruxelles, based at the Maison des Sciences humaines de l’ULB (MSH-ULB) In partnership with the Université de Liège, the Centre for Gender Studies, SOAS University of London, the SOAS China Institute, the Department of History, King’s College London, and the Centre for Gender and Cultural Studies, East China Normal University (ECNU). DAY 1 – THURSDAY 14th FEBRUARY Salle Somville – Bâtiment S 13:00 Registration 14:00 – 14:15 Conference opening & Welcome Address, Vanessa Frangville (Université libre de Bruxelles), Jennifer Bond, Coraline Jortay, Liu Chang (CHANGE founders) Keynote Address 14:15 – 15:45 « Blindspotting, Gender, and China’s Revolutions », Gail Hershatter (UC Santa Cruz) 15:45 Coffee break 16:00 – 17:45 Panel 1 « Re-envisioning audiences: gender, bodies & readability » Discussant: Jennifer Altehenger (King’s College London) Chair: Coraline Jortay (ULB) « A Gendered Reading Public: Obscene Publications and Spectatorship in Republican China », Geng Yushu (University of Cambridge) « The Internalizing Gaze: Urban Subjectivity and…

Conférence « Re-Envisioning Gender in China »
Actualités , colloque , Cours-conférence , genre / 24 janvier 2019

Second conference of the China Academic Network on Gender Organized by the China Academic Network on Gender (CHANGE) together with the Center for East Asian Studies (EASt) and the Structure de recherche interdisciplinaire sur le genre, l’égalité et la sexualité (STRIGES) of the Université libre de Bruxelles, based at the Maison des Sciences humaines de l’ULB (MSH-ULB) In partnership with the Université de Liège, the Centre for Gender Studies, SOAS University of London, the SOAS China Institute, the Department of History, King’s College London, and the Centre for Gender and Cultural Studies, East China Normal University (ECNU). DAY 1 – THURSDAY 14th FEBRUARY Salle Somville – Bâtiment S 13:00 Registration 14:00 – 14:15 Conference opening & Welcome Address, Vanessa Frangville (Université libre de Bruxelles), Jennifer Bond, Coraline Jortay, Liu Chang (CHANGE founders) Keynote Address 14:15 – 15:45 « Blindspotting, Gender, and China’s Revolutions », Gail Hershatter (UC Santa Cruz) 15:45 Coffee break 16:00 – 17:45 Panel 1 « Re-envisioning audiences: gender, bodies & readability » Discussant: Jennifer Altehenger (King’s College London) Chair: Coraline Jortay (ULB) « A Gendered Reading Public: Obscene Publications and Spectatorship in Republican China », Geng Yushu (University of Cambridge) « The Internalizing Gaze: Urban Subjectivity and…

Transnational intimacies and the Plight of Nation: The Case of Migration between China and Taiwan

Transnational intimacies and the Plight of Nation : The Case of Migration between China and Taiwan by Lara Momesso, University of Central Lancashire Jeudi 6 décembre 2018 de 9h à 12h au R42.4.103 dans le cadre du cours « Culture et société du monde chinois » de Prof. Vanessa Frangville Contact : east@ulb.ac.be Entrée gratuite