Call for participants

3rd Global China Dialogue:

Sustainability and Global Governance for Climate Change

Date: Friday-Saturday, 2-3 December, 2016

Venue 1  8:55-17:00, 2nd Dec at The Wolfson Auditorium, the British Academy,10-11 Carlton House Terrace, London SW1Y 5AH, UK

Venue 2. 18:30-22:00, 2nd Dec. Reception (by invitation only), at Pugin Room, House of Commons, UK Parliament, London SW1A 0AA

Venue 3. 9:00-16:00, 3rd Dec. CACSS workshop, King's College London, UK

Introduction

The Global China Dialogue Series (GCDs)

World in Turmoil

Today’s world faces numerous risks and challenges on the road to peace and development. The international system and order are constantly changing, and there are profound changes in the balance of power.
   All countries, whether developing or developed, are having to adapt to an ever-shifting international and social environment, while the process of modernization in some countries has been interrupted or has spilled out to create global turmoil as a result of the conflicts and contradictions brought about by cultural, religious and social transformation.
    At the same time, rapid developments in technology and society have had a profound impact on patterns of thinking, behaviour and interaction and on the moral principles of different countries and groups. They have also constantly challenged established ideas of good governance, including the functions of government in the globalization era and the pros and cons of the participation of non-government organizations.
    The changes and challenges are myriad: digital technology, mobile communications and the popularization of the internet, the coexistence of cultural homogenization and diversity, ethnic and religious conflicts, the collision between giant multinational corporations and national sovereignty, changes in social norms as a result of scientific innovations, the decisive influence of regional economies on national economic development, the constraints of climate change and the discovery and adoption of new energy sources. Cultural diversity and transculturalism has become part of people’s daily life.
    Confronted with such challenges, national leaders devise development strategies that reflect both the status quo and their long-term goals. Business leaders and entrepreneurs also invest substantial resources in studying the impact of the changing international economy and financial order on the development of enterprises. Experts and scholars focus on the efficiency of global governance and cultural factors that have quietly exerted great influence, and explore how culture and ideology enhance global and social governance.
    Such efforts and initiatives are moves in the same direction: towards reaching an in-depth understanding of the knowledge systems of the human community and the development of a ‘global cultural sphere’ beyond any single culture, state or nationality, under the condition of global governance. Thus, the theme of the development and governance of China, Europe and the world has gradually become one of the key research interests of scholars worldwide.

China in a Changing World

China and the Chinese people are currently making an important contribution to the world order and shaping a global society. What are the important global issues that concern China? What are the Chinese ways of thinking and doing things with respect to global issues? We wish to engage Western audience in dialogues on topics that arise from these questions, including development, education, economics, migration, the family, the environment, public health, human security and global governance.
    For nearly three decades, China has been implementing a ‘going out’ (走出去) policy or strategy to encourage its enterprises to invest overseas. The policy embraces not only the economy but also finance, language, culture, sciences, technology, social sciences, publishing and the media, and under its provisions an international investment bank (亚投行) has been established.
    Through his visits to nearly 50 countries, President Xi Jinping himself has promoted the ‘one belt one road’ (一带一路) regional development strategy and China’s governance model (治国理政).In his recent visit to the UK, he said ‘As our capabilities grow, we shall shoulder more responsibilities to the best of our ability and contribute China’s wisdom and strength to the world’s economic growth and global governance’. 

The Global China Dialogue Series (GCDs)

The West needs to engage in dialogue with China on a range of common concerns for the future of our world, including development, education, economics, migration, the family, the environment, public health, human security and global governance.
    The Global China Dialogue series (GCDs) focuses on these issues to enhance public understanding of current global affairs and common interests through public dialogue and discussion between Chinese and non-Chinese academics, experts, professionals and practitioners and interested laypeople, from interdisciplinary and comparative perspectives.
    The GCDs also develop the rules of ‘civilized dialogue’, encouraging both sides to listen to the other, understand cultural differences, respect local customs, accept different perspectives and acknowledge the common destiny of humanity. In particular, they explore new global governance, encompassing national governments, international organizations, multinational companies, NGOs and citizens, with a mission to building a harmonious, symbiosis-based global community.
    The series brings Chinese and Western scholars and opinion leaders together in an ongoing project in social creativity, exploring transculturality and cultural generativity, contributing to the development of a ‘global cultural sphere’ beyond any single culture, state or nationality, contributing to building a harmonious, symbiosis based human community.
    Official recognition came when GCD II became the only event to have a global and social scientific focus in the government designated 2015 Year of UK-China Cultural Exchange with the theme ‘Transculturality and New Global Governance’. Professor Kerry Brown of King’s College London noted its significance in its keynote speech at the British Academy.  The proceedings of the first two GCDs will be published jointly in June 2016 by Global China Press (London) and New World Press (Beijing).
    The series plans to develop its future programme by continuing to work within the framework of the UN's Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) which accord with the UNESCO’s mission of defencing peace and the conditions for building sustainable development world through creative intelligence, as follows:

  • 2016 GCD III: Sustainability and Global Governance for Climate Change           
  • 2017 GCD IV: Transcultural Co-operation for Shared Goals
  • 2018 GCD V: Governance for Global Justice
  • 2019 GCD VII: Governance for World Peace
  • 2020 GCD VI: Reforming Global Governance

The third Global China Dialogue (GCD III)

The GCD III will consist three parts:

Part one: A one-day event for the GCD III on Sustainability and Global Governance for Climate Change at the British Academy, Friday, 2nd December 2016. There will be four panels that bring the theories and methods underlying current debates about global climate change and how to deal with it into sharp relief. In sequence they question the deliverability of the new sustainable development goals (SDGs), review the 2015 Paris Agreement from a governance perspective, examine sustainability in China’s green revolution, and present the case for Corpus-based discourse studies on climate change. In sum they join Chinese research and thinking on managing climate change with equivalent work in the West to contribute to the common human effort to deal with the global threat to our life on this planet. The abstracts and proposed panelists are:

Panel I Delivering the Sustainable Development Goals: The resolution of the UN General Assembly of 25 September 2015 committed member states to transforming the world by 2030 with 17 SDGs and 169 targets. Does the experience of the previous Millennium Development Goals provide encouragement that a programme of this ambition can be sustained and delivered?  What are the likely obstacles in its way, such as war and economic shocks and what kinds of co-operation with other actors, with corporations and civil society in particular will be required?  What kinds of developments in current global institutions, such as the G7 and G20 meetings, and in regional pacts such as ASEAN, will the SDGs promote and will China’s Belt and Road policy assist their achievement? 

Panel II Reviewing the Paris Agreement from a governance perspective: From Copenhagen to Paris, China has taken a lead in shaping global climate governance by jointly negotiating and joining in a binding climate deal. And this has been achieved after President Xi Jinping took office three years ago and the new Chinese leadership has begun to take newly proactive approach in its diplomatic policy. Against the backdrop, it is meaningful to review China’s current contribution to the global climate regime.

Panel III Sustainability in China’s green revolution: From ecological civilization, beautiful China, economic new normal, supply-side economic reform to green development, President Xi Jinping and the new leadership have coined a host of new narratives in achieving sustainable and balanced development. It shows that the leadership is keen to turn its promises made on the global stage into domestic actions by introducing new development guidelines and reshaping its economic and social policies. And China needs such a green revolution to bring this country onto the right track. At the same time, the panel will explore difficulties on the route of China’s green revolution.  

Panel IV Corpus-based discourse studies on climate change: The emerging of corpus linguistics provides a new way of thinking about language. In the past few decades, corpus approach has been widely used in studying many aspects of linguistic enquiry. Text corpora which contain large number of authentic language enable wide scope of empirical analyses of the actual patterns of use in a language. The corpus-based language studies have obtained a fruitful achievement. It is evident that corpora as a source of empirical data coupled with (semi-)automatic computational tools, such as WordSmith Tools, AntCon and GRAPHCOLL, can be used in a number of different fields of study in which language matters. In recent years, a group of scholars have paid more and more attention to the extension of corpus approach to a range of social science. CASS at Lancaster University is the excellent representative who is committed to develop new method in the study of language to provide an insight into the use and manipulation of language in society in a host of pressing concern. This panel invites scholars to present researches on climate change and related topics from perspective of corpus based discourse analysis.

Part two: An evening event for networking at the House of Commons, of the British Parliament, on Friday, 2nd December 2016.

Part three: A one-day workshop on Corpus Approach to Chinese Social Science (CACSS) at King's College London, Saturday, the 3rd December 2016.This is an extension of the Panel 4 of the GCD III, and also an open academic event, for both participants of the GCD III and others who are interested in this topic. 

    With the enhancement of interdisciplinary awareness, linguistic methods, such as corpus based discourse, has been applied to sociology, ethnography, cultural studies, psychology, cognitive science and computer science, etc. In the past decade Chinese social scientists are seeking for new methods in analyzing large quantity of texts in addition to quantitative and qualitative analysis. For example, the Contemporary China Social Life Data and Research Center (CCSLC), Fudan University has collected unique set of data on contemporary Chinese social life since 1949, consists of more than 300,000 personal correspondences, over 1,000 books of personal notes, diaries, huge information of the history of personal life, as well as large amount of interview notes, and monographs.The Brill Company has signed a contract with Fudan University Publishing House for publication of 30 volumes of them. This precious material is inevitably adopted as a default resource for the research which language matters. it will undoubtedly be very helpful for understanding the construction of contemporary China's social order and deep structure of ordinary people's relationships. Inspirited by the ESRC Centre of Corpus Approaches to Social Science (CASS) at Lancaster University, CCPN Global engages the CASS, the CCSLC of Fudan University and the RCDC (the Research Centre for Discourse and Communication, Zhejiang University of Media and Communication), together developing the programme of the CACSS. This workshop will introduce related work and engage further discussions with people who are interested in this initiative.      

Organizers and sponsors

Brief of the organizers

The Global China Dialogue series are organized by CCPN Global (China in Comparative Perspective Network Global, Charity No.: 1154640; an affiliate member of the Academy of Social Sciences) in partnership with Lau China Institute, King’s College London, UK, the China Media Centre of the University of Westminster, and YES Global (Young Entrepreneur Society Global).

    CCPN Global has an overall mission of bringing comparisons with China into a worldwide conversation for the benefit of all. With its publications, the Journal of China in Comparative Perspective (JCCP), book series, and the GCDs aims bring Chinese and Western thinkers together in debate and research that will generate shared endeavours to create a world that benefits all humankind. The GCDs showcases transcultural practice on global issues and governance by organizing the event collaboratively between academia, government, international organizations and academic NGOs.

    The GCDs has received enthusiastic support from all the supporters and sponsors that are participating in this event. The Organizing Committee welcomes all who wish to contribute to the success of the GCDs.

Organizers

  • CCPN Global, UK
  • The Lau China Institute, King’s College London, UK
  • The China Media Centre, University of Westminster, UK
  • YES Global, UK

Organizing Committee (in alphabetical order)

Chairs

  • Professor Xiangqun Chang, Director of CCPN Global; Honorary Professor of UCL, UK
  • Professor Kerry Brown, Director of the Lau China Institute, King’s College London, UK
  • Professor Hugo de Burgh, Director of the China Media Centre, University of Westminster, UK

General Secretary Mr Philip Hao, President, YES Global; CEO, UVIC Group, UK

Members  

  • Emeritus Professor Martin Albrow FAcSS, Honorary Vice-President of the British Sociological Association (BSA), UK; Senior Fellow of the Käte Hamburger Centre for Advanced Studies, Law as Culture, University of Bonn, Germany
  • Dr Dongning Feng, Senior Lecturer, Centre for Translation Studies, SOAS, University of London, UK
  • Emeritus Professor Stephan Feuchtwang, Department of Anthropology, LSE, UK
  • Mr Chris Henson, Membership Secretary, Society for Anglo-Chinese Understanding, UK
  • Professor Martin Jacques, Senior Fellow at the Department of Politics and International Studies, University of Cambridge, UK; Visiting Professor at Tsinghua University, China
  • Professor Wei Li FAcSS, Chair of Centre for Applied Linguistics, University College of London, UK
  • Professor Tony McEnery, Director of ESRC Centre for Corpus Approaches to Social Science, Lancaster University; ESRC new Research Director, UK
  • Ms Haiou Zhang, Editor-in-chief, New World Press, China
  • Professor Letian Zhang, Director of the Center for Social and Cultural Anthropology, Director of Contemporary China Social Life Data and Research Center (CCSLC), Fudan University; and Co-Director of the CCPN Global

Supporters (in alphabetical order)

  • Centre for Applied Linguistics, University College London, UK
  • Centre for European Reform, UK 
  • Centre for Translation Studies, SOAS, University of London, UK
  • China–Europa Forum, France
  • Chopsticks Club, UK
  • Contemporary China Social Life Data and Research Center (CCSLC), Fudan University, China
  • ESRC Centre for Corpus Approaches to Social Science (CASS), UK
  • Global China Press, UK
  • Global China Unit, UK
  • Journal of China in Comparative Perspective (JCCP)
  • Lau China Institute, King’s College London, UK
  • London Society for Chinese Studies, UK
  • New World Press, China
  • Research Centre for Discourse and Communications, Zhenjiang University of Media and Communication, China
  • Research Centre for Social Cultural Anthropology, Fudan University, China
  • Research Centre for Social Theory, Peking University, China
  • Research Centre for Studies of Sociological Theory and Methods, Renmin University of China
  • Society for Anglo–Chinese Understanding (SACU), UK
  • British Association for Chinese Studies (BACS), UK
  • The British Postgraduate Network for Chinese Studies (BPCS), UK
  • The British Sociological Association (BSA), UK
  • The Chinese Sociological Association (CSA), China
  • The Institute of Social Development, Wuhan University, China

Sponsors (in alphabetical order)       

  • Cypress Books Co. Ltd (UK)
  • Learning without Borders
  • MyOffer® (Global University Web Portal) MyOffer ®
  • UVIC Group, UK
  • Vanishing Worlds Foundation                  

Media support

  • www.china.com.cn
  • www.chinadaily.com.cn
  • www.xinhuanet.com
  • Interactive Media Britain

Speakers, chairs and discussants (in alphabetical order)

Keynote speakers

  • Professor Lord Anthony Giddens, Emeritus Professor at the Department of Sociology, and former Director of LSE, UK
  • Professor Dayong Hong, Vice-President, Renmin University of China; Vice-General Secretary of the Chinese Sociological Association, China

Panel chairs, speakers and discussants

  • Emeritus Professor Martin Albrow FAcSS, Honorary Vice President of the British Sociological Association (BSA), UK; Senior Fellow of the Käte Hamburger Centre for Advanced Studies, Law as Culture, University of Bonn, Germany [Panel I chair and discussant]
  • Professor Kerry Brown, Director of the Lau China Institute, King’s College London, UK [Opening session: chair]
  • Dr Qing Cao, Senior Lecturer in Chinese, Director of Studies in the School of Modern Languages and Cultures, Durham University, UK [CACSS workshop: speaker]
  • Professor Xiangqun Chang, Director of CCPN Global; Honorary Professor of UCL, UK [Closing secion: Chair; CACSS workshop: speaker]
  • Dr CHEN Yan, General Director of China Europa Forum, France [Panel III: speaker]
  • Professor Olaf Corry, Department of Political Science, University of Copenhagen, Denmark [Panel I: speaker]
  • Ms Ingrid Cranfield, Governor of CCPN Global Governing Board, President of Global China Press, former Deputy Mayor of the London Borough of Enfield, UK [Closing Session: launch new books and book series]
  • Dr Carmen Dayrell, Senior Research Associate at CASS, Lancaster University, UK [Panel IV: speaker]
  • Professor Hugo de Burgh, Director of the China Media Centre, University of Westminster, UK [Closing remarks]
  • Professor Robert Falkner, Associate Professor of International Relations, Co-Director, Dahrendorf Project, Academic Director, TRIUM Global EMBA, London School of Economics and Political Science [Panel II: speaker]
  • Mr Charles Grant, Director of Centre for European Reform, UK; Trustee of CCPN Global [Panel I: speaker]
  • Professor Yeguo Gu, Director, China Multilingual & Multimodal Corpora & Big Data Research Centre, Chinese Academy of Social Sciences and Beijing Foreign Studies University, China [Panel III: Chair; CACSS workshop: keynote speaker]
  • Mr Philip Hao, President, YES Global; CEO, UVIC Group, UK; Vice-General Secretary, CCPN-Global [Reception: speaker]
  • Mr FU Jing, Deputy Chief of Europe Bureau of China Daily; Specialised jauntiest on studies of environmental and climate change (tbc) [Panel II: chair and discussant; Panel III: speaker]
  • Mr Alex Kirby, Retired award-winning BBC journalist and UN trainer of journalists reporting on sustainability and climate change in the developing world [Panel II: speaker; Panel III: chair and discussant]
  • Professor Jiaojiang Luo, Dean of the Institute of Social Development, Wuhan University, China; General Secretory of CCPN Global [Closing Sessions of GCD III and CACSS workshop: speaker]   
  • Professor Tony McEnery FAcSS, Director of ESRC Centre for Corpus Approaches to Social Science, Lancaster University; ESRC new Research Director, UK [Panel IV: discussant; CACSS workshop: keynote speaker]
  • Professor Kerstin Mey, Pro Vice-Chancellor of Westminster, Dean, Westminster School of Media, Arts and Design, UK [Reception: speaker]
  • Mr Dennis Pamlin, Founder of 21st Frontiers Research Centre, Sweden [Panel I: speaker]
  • Professor Geoffrey PLEYERS, Director of Global College, University of Louvain, Belgium [Panel I: speaker]
  • Professor Yufang Qian, Director of Research Centre for Discourse and Communications, Zhejiang University of Media and Communications, China [Panel IV and CACSS workshop: speaker]
  • Dr. Mike Scott, Aston University; Founder of the Lexical Analysis Software, UK [Panel IV and CACSS workshop: speaker]
  • Dr. Fang Wang, Researcher, University of Birmingham, UK [Panel IV: speaker]
  • Mr XIANG Xiaowei, Minister counselor, Culture Office, Chinese Embassy to the UK (tbc) [Reception: speaker]
  • Professor Letian Zhang, Director of the Center for Social and Cultural Anthropology, Director of Contemporary China Social Life Data and Research Center (CCSLC), Fudan University; and Co-Director of the CCPN Global [Panel III and CACSS workshop: speaker]
  • Dr Joy Zhang, Senior Lecturer in Sociology, School of Social Policy, Sociology and Social Research, University of Kent, UK [Panel I: speaker]

Panel themes and schedule

The structure of the two day event consists of three parts.

Part one: Friday, 2nd December 2016 (8:30-17:00) at the British Academy - the GCD III on Sustainability and Global Governance for Climate Change with four panels:

  • Panel I Delivering the Sustainable Development Goals
  • Panel II Reviewing the Paris Agreement from a governance perspective
  • Panel III Sustainability in China’s green revolution
  • Panel IV Corpus-based discourse studies on climate change

Part two: Friday, 2nd December 2016 (18:30-22:00) at the UK Parliament - Reception 

Part three: Saturday, 3rd December 2016 at King's College London - Corpus Approaches to Chinese Social Science (CACSS) workshop.  It is the extension of the Panel IV of the GCD III, as well as a separate event.

Schedule

Friday 2 December GCD III and reception

8:30-17:00 GCD III at the British Academy

08:30-09:00 Registration

09:00-10:00 Opening session

10:00-11:25 Panel I Delivering the UN’s Sustainable Development Goals

11:25-11:45 Group photo/Coffee/tea break            

11:45-12:55 Panel II Reviewing the Paris Agreement from a governance perspective

12:55-13:55 Lunch

14:00-15:15 Panel III Sustainability in China’s green revolution

15:15-15:30 Coffee/tea break

15:30-16:50 Panel IV Corpus approaches to governance in the context of climate change

16:50-17:00 Closing session

Launch new dual-language books and book series
Closing remarks

18:30-22:30 Reception at the UK Parliament

  • Greeting speeches
  • Networking

Saturday 3 December Workshop on Corpus Approaches for Chinese Social Sciences (CACSS)

9:30-16:00 at King’s College London

9:30-10:00 Registration 

10:00-10:30 Morning session

10:30-11:00 Introduction of data collections of Contemporary Chinese Social life

11:00-12:30 Discussion, Q&A

12:30-12:35 Group photo

12:35-13:45 Lunch

13:45-14:30 Morning session

14:30-15:00 Discussion, Q&A

15:00-16:00 Closing session

 

 

会议通知

第三届全球中国对话:

可持续性与全球气候治理

时间:8:30-17:00 2016年12月2-3日

地址:

  • 1. 8:30-17:00, 2016年12月2日,英国学术院
  • 2. 18:30-22:00, 2016年12月2日 招待会 (仅限被邀请者), 英国议会大厦
  • 3. 9:00-16:00, 2016年12月3日 中国社科语料库工作坊,伦敦大学学院

主办单位

  • 全球中国比较研究会
  • 英国伦敦国王学院中国研究院
  • 英国威斯敏斯特大学中国传媒中心
  • 全球青年企业家协会

第三届全球中国对话由三部分组成:

第一部分: 第三届全球中国对话:可持续性与全球气候治理,2016年12月2日星期五在英国学术院举办。将有四个版块,强调关于全球气候变化并如何处理它的当前辩论的理论和方法。版块分别会对新可持续发展目标(SDG)的产能问题;从治理角度上回顾2015年巴黎协议;检查中国绿色革命中的可持续性;介绍基于语料库的关于气候变化的话语研究案例。总之,它们将中国关于处理气候变化研究和思想与西方学者的相关研究联系起来,为人类共同努力做出贡献,应对对我们在地球的存在的全球威胁。各板块提要如下:

  • 版块一  实施可持续发展目标
  • 版块二  从治理角度上回顾巴黎协议
  • 版块三  中国绿色革命中的可持续性
  • 版块四  基于语料库的气候变化话语研究

第二部分: 2016年12月2日星期五晚上招待会,将在英国国会下议院举办。本次活动仅限于受邀请者。

第三部分: 中国社会科学语料库研究(CACSS)工作坊,将于2016年12月3日在伦敦大学学院举办。这次活动是为参会者和其他的对该话题感兴趣者提供的。

演讲、主持和评议嘉宾     

主旨演讲嘉宾

  • 安东尼·吉登斯勋爵,伦敦经济学院前院长、荣休教授
  • 洪大用教授,中国人民大学副校长;中国社会学会副秘书长

大会板块演讲、主持及评议嘉宾 (按拼音顺序):

  • 马丁·阿尔布劳教授,英国社会科学院院士;英国社会学会名誉副主席; 德国波恩大学高研院高级研究员 [板块一:主持及评议]
  • 布朗教授,英国伦敦国王学院中国研究中心主任[开幕式:主持]
  • 曹青博士,英国杜伦大学高级讲师,现代语言与文化学院研究主任 [中国社科语料库研究工作坊:发言]
  • 常向群教授,全球中国比较研究会会长 (英国) ; 伦敦大学学院荣誉教授 [中国社科语料库研究工作坊:发言;招待会:主持]
  • 陈彦博士,法国中欧社会论坛执行主席 [板块三:发言]
  • 奥拉夫·科里教授,丹麦哥本哈根大学政治系 [板块一:发言]
  • 英格丽·克兰菲尔德女士,全球中国比较研究会理事会理事, 全球中国出版社社长;英国恩费尔德市前副市长 [招待会:发布新书及新书系列]
  • 卡门·戴雷尔博士,兰卡斯特大学社会科学语料库中心 高级研究员 [板块四:发言]
  • 戴雨果教授,英国威斯敏斯特大学中国传媒中心主任 [闭幕小结]
  • 罗伯特·福克纳教授,伦敦经济学院伦敦经济学院达伦多夫项目联席主任;TRIUM Global EMBA项目学术主任 [板块二:发言]
  • 查尔斯·格兰特先生,欧洲改革中心主任;全球中国比较研究会信托人 [板块一:发言]
  • 郝斐先生, 全球青年企业家协会会长; 英国签证及国际教育集团总裁 [中国社科语料库研究工作坊:主持]
  • 付敬先生, 《中国日报》欧洲分社副社长; 环境与气候变化专家(tbc) [板块二:主持及评议;板块三:发言]
  • 亚历克斯·柯比,联合国环境记者培训首席专家、英国广播公司前资深环境记者[板块二:发言;板块三:主持及评议]
  • 托尼·麦肯勒里,英国社科语料库研究中心主任,兰卡斯特大学教授 [板块四:主持及评议;中国社科语料库研究工作坊:致开幕词]
  • 克斯廷·梅伊教授,威斯敏斯特大学副校长;媒体,艺术与设计学院院长 [招待会:致词]
  • 丹尼斯·帕姆林,瑞典咨询公司21世纪新前沿的创始人兼CEO [板块一:发言]
  • 钱毓芳教授,中国浙江传媒学院话语与传播研究中心主任[板块四:发言;中国社科语料库研究工作坊:主持及发言]
  • 迈克·斯科特博士,英国阿斯顿大学研究员; 英国词法分析软件公司创始人[板块四:发言;中国社科语料库研究工作坊:发言]
  • 王芳博士,英国伯明翰大学研究人员 [板块四:发言]
  • 项晓炜先生,中国驻英国使馆文化处公使衔参赞 (tbc) [招待会:致词]
  • 张乐天教授,复旦大学社会文化人类学研究中心和当代中国社会生活资料中心主任,全球中国比较研究会中方会长 [板块三:发言;中国社科语料库研究工作坊:发言]

组委会(按姓氏拼音顺序)

主席: 

  • 常向群教授,全球中国比较研究会会长(英国); 伦敦大学学院荣誉教授
  • 凯瑞·布朗教授,英国伦敦国王学院中国研院院长
  • 戴雨果教授,英国威斯敏斯特大学中国传媒中心主任

秘书长 郝斐先生,全球青年企业家协会会长; 英国签证及国际教育集团总裁

成员: 

  • 马丁·阿尔布劳教授,英国社科院院士,英国社会学会名誉副主席
  • 王斯福教授,伦敦经济学院人类学系荣休教授
  • 冯东宁博士,伦敦大学亚非学院翻译中心 高级讲师 
  • 克里斯·汉森先生,英中了解协会 会员秘书长
  • 马丁·雅克先生,英国剑桥大学政治和国际研究高级研究员
  • 李嵬教授,英国社科院院士,伦敦大学学院教育研究所应用语言学中心主任
  • 托尼·麦肯勒里教授,兰卡斯特大学英国社科语料库研究中心主任
  • 张海鸥女士,中国新世界出版社总编
  • 张乐天教授,复旦大学社会文化人类学研究中心和当代中国社会生活资料中心主任,全球中国比较研究会中方会长

支持单位 (按拼音顺序)

  • 欧洲改革中心 
  • 伦敦大学学学院应用语言研究中心
  • 伦敦大学亚非学院翻译研究中心
  • 中欧社会论坛(法国)
  • 英国筷子俱乐部
  • 中国复旦大学当代社会生活资料研究中心
  • 英国社科语料库研究中心
  • 全球中国出版社
  • 全球中国智库
  • 《中国比较研究》 
  • 英国伦敦国王学院中国研究院
  • 伦敦中国研究社
  • 新世界出版社
  • 中国浙江传媒学院话语与传播研究中心
  • 中国人民大学社会学理论与方法研究中心
  • 中国北京大学社会理论研究中心 
  • 英中了解协会
  • 英国汉学研究生学会
  • 英国社会学会

赞助单位 (按拼音顺序)

  • 常青图书(英国)有限公司
  • 学无国界组织
  • MyOffer®(全球大学门户网)
  • 英国签证与国际教育集团

媒体合作单位待确认

  • 中国网
  • 《中国日报》欧洲分社
  • 新华社英国分社
  • 英国互动传媒

大会程序

12月2日 星期五 第三届全球中国对话及招待会

08:30-09:00 报到注册 
09:00-10:00 开幕式-主旨演讲
10:00-11:25 版块一 贯彻联合国可持续发展目标
11:25-11:45 合影、茶歇                  
11:45-13:00 版块二 从全球治理看巴黎协议
13:00-13:55 午餐
14:00-15:15 版块三 中国绿色变革可持续研究
15:15-15:30 茶歇 
15:30-16:50 版块四 语料库的气候治理研究
16:50-17:00 闭幕式
18:30-22:30 招待会 议会大厦

  • 嘉宾致辞
  • 新书及新书系发布仪式

12月3日 星期六 中国社科语料库研究工作坊

9:30-10:00 报到注册 
10:00-10:30 开幕式-主旨演讲
10:30-11:00 英国社科语料库研究和中国当代社会生活资料收集介绍
11:00-12:30 评议、提问&回应
12:30-12:35 合影
12:35-13:45 午餐
13:45-15:00 语料库方法及其在中国传媒研究、人文科学与社会科学中的应用
15:00-15:30 评议、提问&回应

出版

  • 论坛的重要文章将在修改后,由全球中国出版社(Global China Press)结集发表文集,如果有与中国和其他国家相关问题的比较研究的文章,通过匿名评审后将在《中国比较研究》上发表
  • 论坛开始前向有关学者约稿,并组织翻译;结合论文或提要,再根据论坛的实况录音及发言要点进一步组织并编辑出版文集,由全球中国出版社(英国)和新世界出版社(中国)联合出版中英文版,以及多语种版 
  • 全球中国出版社与新世界出版社已经签署长期合作的协议,正在共同策划“全球中国对话”系列丛书,该丛书将以全球继续举办相关论坛为基础,每年举办一次论坛并用多语种出版相应的文集

参加活动

注册费:

  • 300英镑 12月2-3日 全部
  • 260英镑 12月2日 星期五 第三届全球中国对话及招待会
  • 180英镑 12月2日 星期五 第三届全球中国对话
  • 100英镑 12月2日 星期五上午 第三届全球中国对话
  • 100英镑 12月2日 星期五 下午第三届全球中国对话
  • 100英镑 12月2日 星期五 晚上招待会
  • 100英镑 12月2日 星期五下午 第三届全球中国对话和12月3日和 星期六 语料库与中国社科研究工作坊
  • 20英镑 12月3日 星期六 语料库与中国社科研究工作坊

注意:

为了便于组织,对于中国参会者,大会将统一提供会务、接待、住宿(三星级双人间,房差另加)、交通之全程服务,费用如下:

  • 12月1-4日:680镑
  • 12月1-6日:880镑含陪同在伦敦及牛津剑桥的参观访问
  • 12月1-15日:1180镑含安排在英国多所大学和机构的访问参观

截止日期

  • 英国境内:10月30日
  • 国外:10月10日

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