CERESA Marco

Qualifica Professore Ordinario
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E-mail ceresa@unive.it
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Incarichi Componente del Senato Accademico

Current Position

2000: Ca' Foscari University of Venice, Department of East Asian Studies, Associate Professor, Chinese Literature. Since 1999, Professor of Chinese Language at the European Socrates Master Course "The Archaeology and Dynamics of Writing". Research field: Chinese Material Culture, Chinese Literature.

Scholarships and grants

1999 University of Marburg (Germany): exchange of academic staff.
1998 Eotvos Lorand University, Budapest (Hungary): exchange of academic staff.
1993 Ca' Foscari University of Venice, Italy for post-doctoral research at Ca' Foscari University of Venice.
1991 Centre for Chinese Studies of the National Central Library (Taipei, Taiwan), for the National Central Library (Taipei, Taiwan).
1991 C.N.R. (National Research Council, Italy) and Japan Society for the Promotion of Science, for the Research Institute for Humanistic Study, Kyoto University.
1988 Is.M.E.O. (Institute for the Middle and Far East, Rome) and Ministry of Foreign Affairs (Italy), for the School of Oriental Studies at the Italian Cultural Institute, Kyoto (Japan).
1987 Ministry of Education (Republic of China - Taiwan), for the Mandarin Training Centre of the National Taiwan Normal University, Taipei, Taiwan.
1983 Ministry of Foreign Affairs (Italy), for the Sinologisch Instituut of Leiden University (The Netherlands).

Memberships

AISC Italian Association for Chinese Studies, since 1984.
Association Francaise d'Etudes Chinoises, since 1995.
EACS European Association for Chinese Studies, since 1982.
Is.M.E.O. (Institute for the Middle and Far East, Rome), since 1991.
Società Italiana degli Orientalisti, since 1995.
AAS Association for Asian Studies, since 1996.

Education

1992 Ph.D. in Far Eastern Studies from the Istituto Universitario Orientale of Naples. Dissertation: I trattati sul tè di epoca Tang (Tang Dynasty Monographs on Tea).
1984 Laurea, Ca' Foscari University of Venice, Chinese Institute (currently Department of East Asian Studies). Major: Chinese Language and Literature. Grade: 110/110 summa cum laude.

Personal data

Date and place of birth: February 7, 1959, Lodi, Italy.
Overseas experience: 1986 -1991 Lived in Taiwan and Japan.
Languages: Italian (native), English (fluent), Mandarin (fluent), French, German

Conferences attended and unpublished papers delivered

1998 National conference "Mysterium Sanguinis", Venice. Presented paper: Chinese Vampires.
1997 XXXV ICANAS Conference, Budapest. Presented paper: Tea Drinking in China: Historical Patterns of Consumption.
1996 V Conference of the Italian Association for Chinese Studies (AISC), Rome. Presented paper: On Superfluous Things: Objects and Social Changes in Ming China. (In press)
1994 XXXIV Conference of the European Association for Chinese Studies, Prague. Presented paper: Song Dynasty Tea Culture.
1994 International Conference on North China's Peasant Culture, Freie Universität, Berlin. Presented paper: Diffusion of the Tea Drinking Habit in Northern China.
1993 IV Conference of the Italian Association for Chinese Studies (AISC), Naples.
1992 XXXIII Conference of the European Association for Chinese Studies, Paris. Presented paper: The Invention of Hot Water.
1991 III Conference of the Italian Association for Chinese Studies (AISC), Venice.

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