BACCINI Giulia

Qualifica Ricercatrice
Telefono 041 234 9553
E-mail giuliabaccini@unive.it
SSD LINGUE E LETTERATURE DELLA CINA E DELL'ASIA SUD-ORIENTALE [L-OR/21]
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Struttura Dipartimento di Studi sull'Asia e sull'Africa Mediterranea
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Research Institute Research Institute for Digital and Cultural Heritage

POSIZIONE ATTUALE

Ricercatore a tempo determinato (tipo A)

Abilitazione Scientifica Nazionale (settore concorsuale 10/N3 — Culture dell’Asia Centrale e Orientale) alla funzione di professore universitario di seconda fascia conseguita il 06/09/2018.

· Membro del “LaboraTorio sulla Traduzione delle Lingue Orientali”, Università Ca’Foscari, Venezia.

· Membro del comitato editoriale di Sinica Venetiana, Edizioni Ca'Foscari

-Membro del Gruppo di ricerca Humours of the Past: https://humoursofthepast.wordpress.com/steering-group/

RESEARCH FIELDS

Pre-modern Chinese Literature, Classical Chinese, Chinese Textual Culture, Literary History, Literary Criticism, Literary Theory, Humor studies.

EDUCATION BACKGROUND

3 marzo 2011

PhD in co-supervision, Graduate School in Languages, Civilisations and Societies – East Asian Studies, Università Ca’ Foscari”/Graduate in  Theories and History of Literatures of Asian and African Countries, Charles University. PhD dissertation: “The Forest of Laughs (Xiaolin): mapping the offspring of self-aware literature in ancient China”. Advisors: Tiziana Lippiello, Olga Lomová.

2006 – 2007

Individual researcher at the Institute of East Asian Studies of Prague’s  Charles University, with the scholarship granted by the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of the  Czech Republic, to study under the supervision of Prof. Olga Lomová.

2004 - 2006

Attended courses, as “Normal Student” (putong jinxiusheng 普通进修生), in classical Chinese literature at the College of Chinese Language and Literature of Beijing Normal University 北京師範大學 with the scholarship granted by the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of the People’s Republic of China.

28/06/2004

M.A. in East Asian Studies at Ca’ Foscari University, Venice (Department of East Asian Studies), Italy. Thesis Title: “Feng and shan sacrifices: between dynastic legitimation and immortality-seeking belief system” (Qin - Former Han dynasty). Final grade: 110/110 summa cum laude; advisor: Prof. Tiziana Lippiello.

09/2001- 02/2002

Intensive language course in China, Shenyang Normal University    沈陽師範大學  Liaoning, China.

SCHOLARSHIP and GRANT

2016

Grant “Teaching Staff Overseas Research Mobility”, destination: Peking University (Beijing daxue).

2012-2015

Three years Post-doctoral research fellowship, Ca’ Foscari University, Venice.

2008–2010

Three years full PhD Scholarship, Ca’ Foscari University, Venice.

2006–2007

Eight months scholarship granted by the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of the  Czech Republic for attending one year of research at the Institute of East Asian Studies, Charles University, Prague.

2004–2006

Two years scholarship granted by the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of the People’s Republic of China for attending courses in classical Chinese literature, Beijing Normal University, Beijing.

UNIVERSITY TEACHING EXPERIENCE

a.a. 2018/19

As Assistant professor, Classical Chinese Language 1 mod. 2 A-L (BA) (30h); Classical Chinese Language 1 mod. 2 M-Z (BA) (30h), Chinese Literature 1 M-Z; (BA) (30h).

a.a. 2017/18   

As assistant professor: Classical Chinese Language 1 mod. 2 A-L (BA) (30h); Classical Chinese Language 1 mod. 2 M-Z (BA) (30h), Chinese Literature 1 M-Z; (BA) (30h).

a.a. 2016/17

- Adjunct professor, School of foreign Languages and Literature, Translation and Interpreting, Alma Mater Studiorum, Bologna University, Bologna: Chinese Literature 1 modulo 2; (BA) (30h); Lingua e linguistica cinese 2; (BA) (30h).

- Adjunct professor, Department of Asian and North African Studies, Ca’Foscari Venice University , Venice:  Classical Chinese Language 1 mod. 2 A-E (BA) (30h); Classical Chinese Language 1 mod. 2 F-O (BA) (30h); Classical Chinese Language 1 mod. 2 P-Z (BA) (30h).

a.a. 2015/16

- Adjunct professor, Department of Asian and North African Studies, Ca’Foscari Venice University , Venice: Classical Chinese Language 1 mod. 2 A-E (BA) (30h); Classical Chinese Language 1 mod. 2 F-O (BA) (30h); Classical Chinese Language 1 mod. 2 P-Z (BA) (30h); Chinese Literature (BA)(30h); Classical Chinese Language (MA)(30h).

- Adjunct professor, School of foreign Languages and Literature, Translation and Interpreting, Alma Mater Studiorum, Bologna University, Bologna: Chinese Literature 1 modulo 2; (BA) (30h); Lingua e linguistica cinese 2; (BA) (30h).

a.a. 2014/15

- Adjunct professor, Department of Asian and North African Studies, Ca’ Foscari Venice University, Venice: Classical Chinese Language 1 mod. 1 P-Z; (BA)(30h); Classical Chinese Language 1 mod. 2 A-E (BA) (30h); Classical Chinese Language 1 mod. 2 F-O (BA) (30h); Classical Chinese Language 1 mod. 2 P-Z (BA) (30h).

a.a. 2013/14

- Adjunct professor, Department of Asian and North African Studies, Ca’ Foscari Venice University, Venice: Classical Chinese Language 1 mod. 1 M-Z; (BA)(30h); Chinese Literature 1 M-Z; (BA) (30h).

- Adjunct professor, School of foreign Languages and Literature, Translation and Interpreting, Alma Mater Studiorum, Bologna University, Bologna: Chinese Literature 1; (BA) (60h).

a.a. 2012/13

- Adjunct professor, Department of Asian and North African Studies, Ca’ Foscari Venice University , Venice: Classical Chinese Language 1 mod. 2; (BA)(30h); Sinology; (BA) (LCMC, 30h); Chinese Literature 3 Mod. 1; (BA) (LCMC) (30h); Chinese Literature 1 M-Z; (BA) (30h).

- Adjunct professor, School of foreign Languages and Literature, Translation and Interpreting, Alma Mater Studiorum, Bologna University, Bologna: Chinese Literature 1; (BA) (60h).

a.a. 2011/12

- Adjunct professor, Department of Asian and North African Studies, Ca’ Foscari Venice University , Venice: Classical Chinese Language 1 mod. 2 (LICAO, MA, 30h).

- Adjunct professor, Faculty of Foreign Languages and Literatures, Ca’ Foscari Venice University. Sinology; (BA) (LCMC, 30h); Chinese Literature 3 Mod. 1; (BA) (LCMC) (30h); Chinese Literature 1 M-Z; (BA) (30h).

- Adjunct professor, School of foreign Languages and Literature, Translation and Interpreting, Alma Mater Studiorum, Bologna University, Bologna: Chinese Literature 1; (BA) (60h).

a.a. 2010/11

- Adjunct professor, Faculty of Foreign Languages and Literatures, Ca’ Foscari Venice University; Chinese Literature 3 Mod. 1; (BA) (LCMC) (30h); Chinese Literature 2; (BA) (LCMC) (30h).

- Adjunct professor, School of foreign Languages and Literature, Translation and Interpreting, Alma Mater Studiorum, Bologna University, Bologna: Chinese Literature 1; (BA) (30h).

ACADEMIC DUTIES

- Member of the Undergraduate Teaching Board LICSAAM (Membro del Collegio Didattico LICSAAM), (2017-).

- Member of the Undergraduate Quality Assurance Committee LICSAAM, (Gruppo AQ LICSAAM), (2018-).

CONFERENCES AND SEMINARS

15-16 /11/ 2018

Early Medieval China Workshop at the Autonomous University of Madrid, (finanziato dalla CCK). Presentation: “Collecting Stories to Entertain: A Perspective on the Xiaolin 笑林 (Forest of Laughs)”.

25-27 /07/ 2017

 (Collaboratory 2): “Humour, History and Methodology: A Multidisciplinary and Trans-Professional Enquiry”, Durham University, UK. Organizzato da The Humours of the Past (HOP) Network. Presentation: “A Forest of Laughter - Collections of Humorous Anecdotes in Early Medieval China”.

19/05/2017

Session of the Shiji group organized by W.H. Nienhauser, for the translation of The Grand Scribe’s Records. Institute of Sinology, Ludwig-Maximilians-Universität, Munich.

24/04/ 2017

Cicle of Seminars: “Tradición y contemporaneidad chinas: Los textos de la China clásica y su relevancia en el mundo contemporáneo”. Presentation: “Collections of jokes in pre-modern China - A Forest of Laughter”, at the Facultad de Traducción e Interpretación (Universidad Autónoma de Barcelona), Spain.

13/01/2017

Session of the Shiji group organized by W.H. Nienhauser, for the translation of The Grand Scribe’s Records. Institute of Sinology, Ludwig-Maximilians-Universität, Munich.

04/11/2016

Presentation: “Tradurre e interpretare i testi del primo periodo medievale: Una panoramica sul periodo Wei-Jin e i Sette Savi del Bosco di Bambù,” Department of Philosophy, Social and Human Sciences & Education University of Perugia.

14-15 /10/ 2016

Conference: “Humanities, different traditions and Methodologies: Multicultural Perspectives in Chinese Language and Literature”, Peking, Beijing University. Presentation: “Collecting stories to amuse readers: Humour in Early China 收集诙谐的故事--古代中国的幽默”.

14-15 /07/ 2016

Collaboratory 1, of the International Interdisciplinary Network Humours of the Past, Aberdeen University.

03/06/2016

Session of the Shiji group organized by W.H. Nienhauser, for the translation of The Grand Scribe’s Records. Institute of Sinology, Ludwig-Maximilians-Universität, Munich.

08  /05/ 2016

Conference: “Tra Poesia e Poetica: Pratiche di lettura e trasmissione del testo poetico in Cina e Giappone”. Università degli Studi di Milano-Bicocca. Presentation: “Le antologie poetiche sotto la dinastia Liang (502–587): Canonizzazione e innovazione della cultura letteraria”.

11/04/2016

Presentation: “A Forest of Laughter - Humor in Early China”, Confucius Institute, Leipzig University.

08/04/ 2016

Conference: “International Workshop: – New Approaches to the Study of Biographical Writing in Early Medieval China”. Presentation: “Dongfang Shuo, the Buffoon and the Hermit: Two Different Biographical Traditions of a Western Han Courtier.” Leipzig University, Germania.

01/11/2016

Session of the Shiji group organized by W.H. Nienhauser, for the translation of The Grand Scribe’s Records. Institute of Sinology, Ludwig-Maximilians-Universität, Munich.

24 /09/ 2015

XV Conference of AISC (Associazione Italiana Studi Cinesi), Macerata. Presentation: “I fu dei poeti rapsodi sono belli ma conducono all’eccesso: utilizzo e rilettura del giudizio critico di Yang Xiong nei confronti della poesia rapsodica durante il primo medioevo cinese (220-598)”.

24/07/ 2015

HOP (Humours of the Past) Steering Group Inaugural Meeting, Aberdeen University, UK.

11/05/ 2015

Conference: “History and Culture of Early Medieval China”, Organizzata da: EU project CHINET, reg. no.: CZ.1.07/2.3.00/20.0152, Department of Asian Studies, Palacký University Olomouc, Czech Republic & The Oriental Institute of the Academy of Science of the Czech Republic. Presentation: “The flourishing of anecdotal literature during the Six Dynasties period: taking the Xiaolin and the Yin Yun xiaoshuo as a reference”.

25 /03/ 2015

International conference: “De (Virtue) and Mei (Beauty) in Chinese Philosophy”, organizzata da Robin R. Wang e Attilio Andreini presso l’Università Ca’ Foscari, Venezia. Presentation: “The Beauty that Leads to Excess: Yin li 淫麗 in Literary Theory and Criticism”.

5/12/ 2014

Conference: “Early Medieval China Workshop”, Organizzato da: EU project CHINET, reg. no.: CZ.1.07/2.3.00/20.0152, Department of Asian Studies, Palacký University Olomouc, Czech Republic & The Oriental Institute of the Academy of Science of the Czech Republic.

4/12/ 2014

Lecture: “Reshaping stories: Anecdotal narratives in Early and Early Medieval China”, Palacky University, Olomouc, CZ.

22-26 /07/ 2014

20th Conference of the European Association of Chinese Studies, Braga/Coimbra, Portogallo. Presentation: “The collections of humorous anecdotes: diachronic investigation at the margins of the xiaoshuo category”; panel: “Dynamics and function of genre: assimilation and resistance in Chinese literary experience”.

19-21 /09/ 2013

XIV Conference of AISC (Associazione Italiana Studi Cinesi, Procida. Presentation: “Le collezioni di aneddoti umoristici: panoramica diacronica e illustrazione delle caratteristiche di ‘genere’”, panel: “Assimilazione e resistenza: spazi e contesti di definizione delle categorie letterarie cinesi in rapporto ai modelli, alle forme e ai generi della teoria occidentale”.

21-22 /03/ 2013

“Linking Ancient and Contemporary: Continuities and Discontinuities in the Chinese History of Literature and Thought”, organized by the Department of Asian and North African Studies, Ca’ Foscari Venice University, and the Department of Chinese Language and Literature, Peking University. Presentation: “Traditional Chinese Jestbooks and Ming Revival”.

02-04 /12/ 2012

Conference: “Shiji and Beyond – Second International Conference on the Shiji”, at the Charles University, Praga. Presentation: “The Shiji’s Guji liezhuan: a source to understand rhetorical strategies in early China”. 3/12/ 2011.

04/06/ 2010

Conference: “The 1st International Conference on Specific Topics in Chinese Studies (STCS), organized by the Department of Asian and African Studies, University of Ljubljana (Slovenia): WEI JIN NANBEI PERIOD – LITERATURE, ART AND PHILOSOPHY魏晉南北朝 文學、藝術、哲學”. Presentation: “The Xiaolin (Forest of Laughs): Mapping the Offspring of Self-aware Literature in Ancient China”.

ORGANIZATION OF CONFERENCES AND SEMINARS

2-6 /09/ 2013

EACS summer school “History and Historiography in Imperial China and the Encounter with the West”, 2-6 September, Venice (Member of the organizing team).

21-22 /03/ 2013

“Linking Ancient and Contemporary: Continuities and Discontinuities in the Chinese History of Literature and Thought”, co-organized by the Department of East and North African Studies Ca’ Foscari, Venice and the Department of Chinese Laguage and Literature, Peking University, Peking. (Member of the organizing and scientific team).

October-December 2009

Seminar: “Pop in corso/a: Cantiere di studi sulle culture pop della Cina contemporanea”, 1st round, (Supporter of the the organizing team).

28 /05/ 2009

“Translating Wor(l)ds: Translation and Transcultural Dialogue in the Literary Experience of Ma Jian and Tawada Yōko”, 28 May May (Member of the organizing and scientific team).

 

OTHER ACADEMIC ACTIVITIES

October-November 2016

On Contract for the Progetto d’Ateneo (Ca’ Foscari University): Interculturalità, formazione e generi letterari: proposta di un manuale di letteratura cinese per gli studenti della scuola superiore. Mansione: Completare un’unità didattica (periodo Tang).

December 2015- April 2016

On Contract for the project “The Role of Books in non-bibliometric areas (ROBINba)” founded by ANVUR, Ca’Foscari Universityi, Venice.

22-25 /04/ 2014

Attended: Seminar, Qian Nanxiu (Rice University, Texas): Shishuo xinyu (A New Account of Tales of the World) and the Shishuo Genre, organized by the Chiang Ching-kuo International Sinological Centre, Charles University, Prague.

4/07/ 2011

Attended: Seminar, Martin Kern (Princeton University): Authorship in Early China, organized by theChiang Ching-kuo International Sinological Centre, Charles University, Praga.

10-14 /05/ 2010

Attended: Seminar, Ko Ch´ing-ming 柯慶明 (National Taiwan University):  現代中國文學批評 (Modern Chinese Literary Criticism), organized by the Chiang Ching-kuo International Sinological Centre, Charles University, Prague.

11-16 /04/ 2010

Attended: Seminar, Ch´en Hsi-yüan 陳熙遠 (Academia Sinica, Taipei): Searching for Regional Diversities in China: Introduction to the Studies of Local Gazetteers, organized by the Chiang Ching-kuo International Sinological Centre, Charles University, Prague.

a.a. 2010/11

Teaching assistant (tutor) Department of Asian and North African Studies, Ca’ Foscari University, Venice.  Chinese Language 3 mod. 2. (30h).

10-16 /05/ 2009

Attended: Seminar, Hsiao Li-hua 蕭麗華: Song, Yuan ziran shi 宋、元自然詩 (Nature Poetry in Song and Yuan Dynasty), organized by the Chiang Ching-kuo International Sinological Centre, Charles University, Prague.

MEMBERSHIP

EARLY MEDIEVAL CHINA GROUP (EMCG),

ASSOCIAZIONE ITALIANA di STUDI CINESI (AISC)

EUROPEAN ASSOCIATION OF CHINESE STUDIES (EACS)