Ancient Literature: China in the World - Prof. Martin Kern

18 Aprile 2019 17:00

Sala A, Palazzo Vendramin dei Carmini, Dorsoduro 3462 - Venezia

Martin Kern, Princeton University

Beyond Nativism: Ethics and Method in the Study of Ancient China

New manuscript finds, methodological approaches, and “big data” offer exciting perspectives for the study of ancient China that did not exist a generation ago. Yet within the Chinese academy, a monolingual, monocultural nativism in defense of cultural and national identity remains an influential force. The answer to it lies in rigorous comparative work that recognizes the significance of early China as partof the global ancient world

About the Speaker.
Professor Martin Kern is the Chair of the Department of East Asian Studies at Princeton University. He has published extensively across the fields of literature, philology, history, religion, and art in ancient and medieval China. His current book project is titled Performance, Memory, and Authorship in Ancient China: The Formation of the Poetic Tradition. At Princeton, Kern leads the new university-wide initiative “Comparative Antiquity”; at Renmin University of China (Beijing), he directs the “International Center for the Study of Ancient Text Cultures.”

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Department of Asian and North African Studies, Ph. D. Program in Asian and African Studies (Ref. Prof. Patrick Heinrich)


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