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“中外互动中的中国视听文化”国际学术研讨会:英国南安普顿大学

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 “中外互动中的中国视听文化”国际学术研讨会:英国南安普顿大学

 

202059日,主题为“中外互动中的中国视听文化”(Chinese Audio-Visual Cultures: The Interaction between China and the Rest of the World )的国际学术研讨会将在英国南安普顿大学(University of Southampton)举行,由该校电影系国际电影研究中心主办。

 

会议将聚焦于中国和全球之间的互动,以及更宽泛的国际和跨国关系如何塑造了世界范围内的电影业,相关议题包括:跨国媒介内容的合作生产与流通;中国视听产品在全球的流通和展示;境外视听产品在中国的流通和展示;东亚的电影产业;中外电影业如何审美互鉴;中国如何影响了全球媒介内容产业;中国电影业如何受到国外影响;数字媒体技术如何塑造了全球电影业,等等。

 

确认参会的评议人有:

-Dr Hongwei Bao (University of Nottingham, UK)

-Prof. Tim Bergfelder (University of Southampton, UK)

-Dr Iain Robert Smith (Kings College London, UK)

 

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*有关会议详情,请查询下附英文简介:

 

Call for Papers

Chinese Audio-Visual Cultures

The Interaction between China and the Rest of the World

 

Saturday, 9 May 2020

Venue: Avenue Campus (LTA), University of Southampton (UK)

 

The Centre for International Film Research (CIFR), run by the Film department at the University of Southampton, cordially invites postgraduate research students and early career researchers to submit proposals for our postgraduate symposium Chinese Audio-Visual Cultures: The Interaction between China and the Rest of the World. This symposium will be held at the University of Southampton on 9 May 2020.

 

This symposium will explore the relationships that have formed between China and the globe, and more generally, how international and transnational relationships have shaped film industries on a worldwide scale. It will explore transnational media contents co-productions and distribution; distribution and exhibition of Chinese audio-visual products throughout the world; distribution and exhibition of audio-visual products from others countries/territories in China; film industries in East Asia; how China has adopted global aesthetics, and how contrastingly, film industries from other parts of the world have indeed adopted Chinese aesthetics; how the global media contents industry may have changed with Chinas influence; how Chinas film industry may have changed in light of influences from other parts of the world; and how digital media and its globalising technologies have reshaped international film industries, amongst other possible topics. From cinema and video games to television and other art forms, this one-day event will offer a comprehensive and interdisciplinary insight not only into visual cultures itself, but also the eclectic range of innovative research methods and critical approaches employed to study and analyse such cultures.

 

Our confirmed panel discussants are:

·Dr Hongwei Bao (University of Nottingham, UK)

·Prof. Tim Bergfelder (University of Southampton, UK)

·Dr Iain Robert Smith (Kings College London, UK)

 

For postgraduate students and early career researchers, this is a good opportunity to discuss your work with the leading scholars in related fields. It will also be an excellent opportunity to start networking and stay abreast of the latest research trends in the related disciplines. This event is FREE (lunch and refreshments included).

 

Papers may include, but are by no means limited to, the following areas:

 

Discussions of how cultural origins are defined and categorised

Representations of global aesthetics, philosophy, history and identity in Chinese-language film, TV and other media

Representations of Chinese aesthetics, philosophy, history and identity in world cinema/TV series/other media

Transnational film/TV/media co-productions between China and other countries/territories

Film festivals in China and other Chinese-speaking regions

Film Festivals in non-Chinese-speaking countries/territories that

feature Chinese-language film sections

Production/distribution/exhibition of Chinese-language audio-visual

cultures in and outside China

Transnational Distribution

Exhibition of transnational audio-visual products

 

This symposium is sponsored by the Confucius Institute at Southampton.

 

Abstract and paper submission:

 

For individual paper proposal submissions, abstracts should be no more than 250 words. Please also submit a short biography of no more than 100 words, including your affiliation, email address and PhD supervisors. There is no registration fee; chosen presenters will have to arrange their own trip/accommodation.

 

Please send your abstract to cicotaus2020@gmail.com by Tuesday, 3rd March 2020, 4pm (UK time). Notifications of acceptance will be sent out by mid-March 2020.

 

We will ask selected presenters for the submission of a full paper for a presentation of 20 minutes by late April 2020 (date TBC).

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