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Fév
3
ven
[Seminar] Asian Studies, Publications and Careers @ Grands Moulins Campus | UFR LCAO | Room Léon Vandermeersch
Fév 3 Jour entier
[Seminar] Asian Studies, Publications and Careers @ Grands Moulins Campus | UFR LCAO | Room Léon Vandermeersch

The seminar on « Publications and Careers in Asian Studies » is designed to raise awareness and inform the student community* about the challenges of the academic world as it relates to Asian Studies.

* Research Masters, PhDs in Asian Studies or other scientific disciplines related to the East Asian region

 

Each session is structured around the representation of research professions based on real-life examples: resume reading, university job sites, recruitment methods, etc.

This seminar is targeted towards Master’s students working on the East Asian region. It is highly recommended for doctoral students, as well as open to undergraduate research students.

The seminar is split into two themes:

Publications and careers in Asian Studies in France

  • Publications and careers in Asian Studies in France
    Friday 28th october from 4pm to 7pm
    Room Léon Vandermeersch UFR LCAO (481 C)
    Speakers: Yannick BRUNETON, Marie GIBERT et Ken DAIMARU
  • Publications and carreers in Asian Studies in the English Speaking World
    Friday 3rd February from 4pm to 7pm
    Room Léon Vandermeersch UFR LCAO (481 C)
    Speakers: Justine GUICHARD, Thomas GARCIN, et Gilles GUIHEUX

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CVEC UPCité : Découvrez les nouveaux projets financés !

CVEC UPCité : Découvrez les nouveaux projets financés !

D'octobre à novembre, l'université lançait son troisième appel à projet ouvert à toute la communauté d'UPCité et destiné à financer des actions pour améliorer les conditions de vie étudiante. Découvrez les 15 projets lauréats financés par la commission...

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#LGD décembre – Est-il encore possible de bien manger ?

#LGD décembre – Est-il encore possible de bien manger ?

Le 12 décembre prochain, les Grands Débats s’intéressent aux liens entre alimentation et santé.
Pour en parler, Mathilde Touvier, directrice de l’équipe de recherche en Epidémiologie Nutritionnelle à l’INSERM, et Robert Barouki, professeur de biochimie à Université Paris Cité.

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[Seminar] Asian Studies, Publications and Careers @ Grands Moulins Campus | UFR LCAO | Room Léon Vandermeersch
Fév 3 Jour entier
[Seminar] Asian Studies, Publications and Careers @ Grands Moulins Campus | UFR LCAO | Room Léon Vandermeersch

The seminar on « Publications and Careers in Asian Studies » is designed to raise awareness and inform the student community* about the challenges of the academic world as it relates to Asian Studies.

* Research Masters, PhDs in Asian Studies or other scientific disciplines related to the East Asian region

 

Each session is structured around the representation of research professions based on real-life examples: resume reading, university job sites, recruitment methods, etc.

This seminar is targeted towards Master’s students working on the East Asian region. It is highly recommended for doctoral students, as well as open to undergraduate research students.

The seminar is split into two themes:

Publications and careers in Asian Studies in France

  • Publications and careers in Asian Studies in France
    Friday 28th october from 4pm to 7pm
    Room Léon Vandermeersch UFR LCAO (481 C)
    Speakers: Yannick BRUNETON, Marie GIBERT et Ken DAIMARU
  • Publications and carreers in Asian Studies in the English Speaking World
    Friday 3rd February from 4pm to 7pm
    Room Léon Vandermeersch UFR LCAO (481 C)
    Speakers: Justine GUICHARD, Thomas GARCIN, et Gilles GUIHEUX

Read more

CVEC UPCité : Découvrez les nouveaux projets financés !

CVEC UPCité : Découvrez les nouveaux projets financés !

D'octobre à novembre, l'université lançait son troisième appel à projet ouvert à toute la communauté d'UPCité et destiné à financer des actions pour améliorer les conditions de vie étudiante. Découvrez les 15 projets lauréats financés par la commission...

lire plus
#LGD décembre – Est-il encore possible de bien manger ?

#LGD décembre – Est-il encore possible de bien manger ?

Le 12 décembre prochain, les Grands Débats s’intéressent aux liens entre alimentation et santé.
Pour en parler, Mathilde Touvier, directrice de l’équipe de recherche en Epidémiologie Nutritionnelle à l’INSERM, et Robert Barouki, professeur de biochimie à Université Paris Cité.

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Fév
9
jeu
[Conference] Current Research on East Asia @ Grands Moulins Campus | UFR LCAO | Room Léon Vandermeersch
Fév 9 Jour entier
[Conference] Current Research on East Asia @ Grands Moulins Campus | UFR LCAO | Room Léon Vandermeersch

This conference series in English organised by the Graduate School of East Asian Studies aims to inform and raise awareness among members of the student and scholarly community* about the latest developments in humanities and social science research as it relates to the East Asia region.

* Research Masters, PhDs in Asian Studies or other scientific disciplines related to the East Asian region

This is an opportunity to learn from and discuss with eight internationally renowned lecturers while at the same time cross-referencing scientific data and knowledge, multidisciplinary approaches, research tools and methods.

It is designed to strengthen the transversal and international training components for those students who are preparing high-level studies, coupled with an excellent command of an oriental language (Chinese, Korean, Japanese or Vietnamese). It is specifically targeted to Master’s degrees students in Asian studies or in other scientific disciplines related to the East Asian region, as well as to doctoral students. These conferences are accessible and open to all in blended format on Zoom.

The Programme

  • 27th October 2022 from 6:00 pm to 7:30pm
    Topic: Chinese Workers Under Economic Upgrading: Assessing the Social Impact of Automation and Digitalisation
    Royal Holloway, Univ. of London
    Speakers: Chris CHAN, Royal Holloway, University of London
  • 8th december 2022 from  6pm to 7:30pm
    Topic: Lighter and Darker Aspects of the Nobel Prize in Literature
    Speaker: Inoue TAKASHI, Shirayuri University
  • 26 January 2023  from  6pm to 7:30pm
    Topic: Digital History in Asian Studies
    Speaker : Bettina GRAMLICH-OKA, Sophia University
  • 9th February 2023 from 6:00pm to 7:30pm

Topic: The K-body: Corporeal Management and New Masculinity in South Korea
Speakers: Kenneth SEWOONG KOO, Korea Exposé

  • 9th March 2023 from 6:00pm to 7:30pm
    Topic: Environnement et autochtonie chez les Thổ du Vietnam sous les Nguyễn
    Speakers: Bradley CAMP-DAVIS, Eastern Connecticut State University
  • 23rd March 2023 from 6:00pm to 7:30pm
    Topic : A graphical approach to the story universe of The Journey to the West
    Speaker : Barbara WALL, University. of Copenhagen
  • 13th April 2023 from 6:00 pm to 7:30pm
    Topic: Rejuvenating Communism. Youth Organisations and Elite Renewal in Post-Mao China
    Speaker: Jérôme DOYON, University of Edimburg
  • 11 May 2023 from 6:00pm to 7:30pm
    Topic : Aspirations for Change 4.0: The Making of Innovation in Vietnam
    Speaker : Annuska DERKS, University of Zurich

Join us online:
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Meeting ID: 829 3580 1024
Code: 068941

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Mar
9
jeu
[Conference] Current Research on East Asia @ Grands Moulins Campus | UFR LCAO | Room Léon Vandermeersch
Mar 9 Jour entier
[Conference] Current Research on East Asia @ Grands Moulins Campus | UFR LCAO | Room Léon Vandermeersch

This conference series in English organised by the Graduate School of East Asian Studies aims to inform and raise awareness among members of the student and scholarly community* about the latest developments in humanities and social science research as it relates to the East Asia region.

* Research Masters, PhDs in Asian Studies or other scientific disciplines related to the East Asian region

This is an opportunity to learn from and discuss with eight internationally renowned lecturers while at the same time cross-referencing scientific data and knowledge, multidisciplinary approaches, research tools and methods.

It is designed to strengthen the transversal and international training components for those students who are preparing high-level studies, coupled with an excellent command of an oriental language (Chinese, Korean, Japanese or Vietnamese). It is specifically targeted to Master’s degrees students in Asian studies or in other scientific disciplines related to the East Asian region, as well as to doctoral students. These conferences are accessible and open to all in blended format on Zoom.

The Programme

  • 27th October 2022 from 6:00 pm to 7:30pm
    Topic: Chinese Workers Under Economic Upgrading: Assessing the Social Impact of Automation and Digitalisation
    Royal Holloway, Univ. of London
    Speakers: Chris CHAN, Royal Holloway, University of London
  • 8th december 2022 from  6pm to 7:30pm
    Topic: Lighter and Darker Aspects of the Nobel Prize in Literature
    Speaker: Inoue TAKASHI, Shirayuri University
  • 26 January 2023  from  6pm to 7:30pm
    Topic: Digital History in Asian Studies
    Speaker : Bettina GRAMLICH-OKA, Sophia University
  • 9th February 2023 from 6:00pm to 7:30pm

Topic: The K-body: Corporeal Management and New Masculinity in South Korea
Speakers: Kenneth SEWOONG KOO, Korea Exposé

  • 9th March 2023 from 6:00pm to 7:30pm
    Topic: Environnement et autochtonie chez les Thổ du Vietnam sous les Nguyễn
    Speakers: Bradley CAMP-DAVIS, Eastern Connecticut State University
  • 23rd March 2023 from 6:00pm to 7:30pm
    Topic : A graphical approach to the story universe of The Journey to the West
    Speaker : Barbara WALL, University. of Copenhagen
  • 13th April 2023 from 6:00 pm to 7:30pm
    Topic: Rejuvenating Communism. Youth Organisations and Elite Renewal in Post-Mao China
    Speaker: Jérôme DOYON, University of Edimburg
  • 11 May 2023 from 6:00pm to 7:30pm
    Topic : Aspirations for Change 4.0: The Making of Innovation in Vietnam
    Speaker : Annuska DERKS, University of Zurich

Join us online:
Zoom >
Meeting ID: 829 3580 1024
Code: 068941

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Mar
23
jeu
[Conference] Current Research on East Asia @ Grands Moulins Campus | UFR LCAO | Room Léon Vandermeersch
Mar 23 Jour entier
[Conference] Current Research on East Asia @ Grands Moulins Campus | UFR LCAO | Room Léon Vandermeersch

This conference series in English organised by the Graduate School of East Asian Studies aims to inform and raise awareness among members of the student and scholarly community* about the latest developments in humanities and social science research as it relates to the East Asia region.

* Research Masters, PhDs in Asian Studies or other scientific disciplines related to the East Asian region

This is an opportunity to learn from and discuss with eight internationally renowned lecturers while at the same time cross-referencing scientific data and knowledge, multidisciplinary approaches, research tools and methods.

It is designed to strengthen the transversal and international training components for those students who are preparing high-level studies, coupled with an excellent command of an oriental language (Chinese, Korean, Japanese or Vietnamese). It is specifically targeted to Master’s degrees students in Asian studies or in other scientific disciplines related to the East Asian region, as well as to doctoral students. These conferences are accessible and open to all in blended format on Zoom.

The Programme

  • 27th October 2022 from 6:00 pm to 7:30pm
    Topic: Chinese Workers Under Economic Upgrading: Assessing the Social Impact of Automation and Digitalisation
    Royal Holloway, Univ. of London
    Speakers: Chris CHAN, Royal Holloway, University of London
  • 8th december 2022 from  6pm to 7:30pm
    Topic: Lighter and Darker Aspects of the Nobel Prize in Literature
    Speaker: Inoue TAKASHI, Shirayuri University
  • 26 January 2023  from  6pm to 7:30pm
    Topic: Digital History in Asian Studies
    Speaker : Bettina GRAMLICH-OKA, Sophia University
  • 9th February 2023 from 6:00pm to 7:30pm

Topic: The K-body: Corporeal Management and New Masculinity in South Korea
Speakers: Kenneth SEWOONG KOO, Korea Exposé

  • 9th March 2023 from 6:00pm to 7:30pm
    Topic: Environnement et autochtonie chez les Thổ du Vietnam sous les Nguyễn
    Speakers: Bradley CAMP-DAVIS, Eastern Connecticut State University
  • 23rd March 2023 from 6:00pm to 7:30pm
    Topic : A graphical approach to the story universe of The Journey to the West
    Speaker : Barbara WALL, University. of Copenhagen
  • 13th April 2023 from 6:00 pm to 7:30pm
    Topic: Rejuvenating Communism. Youth Organisations and Elite Renewal in Post-Mao China
    Speaker: Jérôme DOYON, University of Edimburg
  • 11 May 2023 from 6:00pm to 7:30pm
    Topic : Aspirations for Change 4.0: The Making of Innovation in Vietnam
    Speaker : Annuska DERKS, University of Zurich

Join us online:
Zoom >
Meeting ID: 829 3580 1024
Code: 068941

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Avr
13
jeu
[Conference] Current Research on East Asia @ Grands Moulins Campus | UFR LCAO | Room Léon Vandermeersch
Avr 13 Jour entier
[Conference] Current Research on East Asia @ Grands Moulins Campus | UFR LCAO | Room Léon Vandermeersch

This conference series in English organised by the Graduate School of East Asian Studies aims to inform and raise awareness among members of the student and scholarly community* about the latest developments in humanities and social science research as it relates to the East Asia region.

* Research Masters, PhDs in Asian Studies or other scientific disciplines related to the East Asian region

This is an opportunity to learn from and discuss with eight internationally renowned lecturers while at the same time cross-referencing scientific data and knowledge, multidisciplinary approaches, research tools and methods.

It is designed to strengthen the transversal and international training components for those students who are preparing high-level studies, coupled with an excellent command of an oriental language (Chinese, Korean, Japanese or Vietnamese). It is specifically targeted to Master’s degrees students in Asian studies or in other scientific disciplines related to the East Asian region, as well as to doctoral students. These conferences are accessible and open to all in blended format on Zoom.

The Programme

  • 27th October 2022 from 6:00 pm to 7:30pm
    Topic: Chinese Workers Under Economic Upgrading: Assessing the Social Impact of Automation and Digitalisation
    Royal Holloway, Univ. of London
    Speakers: Chris CHAN, Royal Holloway, University of London
  • 8th december 2022 from  6pm to 7:30pm
    Topic: Lighter and Darker Aspects of the Nobel Prize in Literature
    Speaker: Inoue TAKASHI, Shirayuri University
  • 26 January 2023  from  6pm to 7:30pm
    Topic: Digital History in Asian Studies
    Speaker : Bettina GRAMLICH-OKA, Sophia University
  • 9th February 2023 from 6:00pm to 7:30pm

Topic: The K-body: Corporeal Management and New Masculinity in South Korea
Speakers: Kenneth SEWOONG KOO, Korea Exposé

  • 9th March 2023 from 6:00pm to 7:30pm
    Topic: Environnement et autochtonie chez les Thổ du Vietnam sous les Nguyễn
    Speakers: Bradley CAMP-DAVIS, Eastern Connecticut State University
  • 23rd March 2023 from 6:00pm to 7:30pm
    Topic : A graphical approach to the story universe of The Journey to the West
    Speaker : Barbara WALL, University. of Copenhagen
  • 13th April 2023 from 6:00 pm to 7:30pm
    Topic: Rejuvenating Communism. Youth Organisations and Elite Renewal in Post-Mao China
    Speaker: Jérôme DOYON, University of Edimburg
  • 11 May 2023 from 6:00pm to 7:30pm
    Topic : Aspirations for Change 4.0: The Making of Innovation in Vietnam
    Speaker : Annuska DERKS, University of Zurich

Join us online:
Zoom >
Meeting ID: 829 3580 1024
Code: 068941

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Mai
11
jeu
[Conference] Current Research on East Asia @ Grands Moulins Campus | UFR LCAO | Room Léon Vandermeersch
Mai 11 Jour entier
[Conference] Current Research on East Asia @ Grands Moulins Campus | UFR LCAO | Room Léon Vandermeersch

This conference series in English organised by the Graduate School of East Asian Studies aims to inform and raise awareness among members of the student and scholarly community* about the latest developments in humanities and social science research as it relates to the East Asia region.

* Research Masters, PhDs in Asian Studies or other scientific disciplines related to the East Asian region

This is an opportunity to learn from and discuss with eight internationally renowned lecturers while at the same time cross-referencing scientific data and knowledge, multidisciplinary approaches, research tools and methods.

It is designed to strengthen the transversal and international training components for those students who are preparing high-level studies, coupled with an excellent command of an oriental language (Chinese, Korean, Japanese or Vietnamese). It is specifically targeted to Master’s degrees students in Asian studies or in other scientific disciplines related to the East Asian region, as well as to doctoral students. These conferences are accessible and open to all in blended format on Zoom.

The Programme

  • 27th October 2022 from 6:00 pm to 7:30pm
    Topic: Chinese Workers Under Economic Upgrading: Assessing the Social Impact of Automation and Digitalisation
    Royal Holloway, Univ. of London
    Speakers: Chris CHAN, Royal Holloway, University of London
  • 8th december 2022 from  6pm to 7:30pm
    Topic: Lighter and Darker Aspects of the Nobel Prize in Literature
    Speaker: Inoue TAKASHI, Shirayuri University
  • 26 January 2023  from  6pm to 7:30pm
    Topic: Digital History in Asian Studies
    Speaker : Bettina GRAMLICH-OKA, Sophia University
  • 9th February 2023 from 6:00pm to 7:30pm

Topic: The K-body: Corporeal Management and New Masculinity in South Korea
Speakers: Kenneth SEWOONG KOO, Korea Exposé

  • 9th March 2023 from 6:00pm to 7:30pm
    Topic: Environnement et autochtonie chez les Thổ du Vietnam sous les Nguyễn
    Speakers: Bradley CAMP-DAVIS, Eastern Connecticut State University
  • 23rd March 2023 from 6:00pm to 7:30pm
    Topic : A graphical approach to the story universe of The Journey to the West
    Speaker : Barbara WALL, University. of Copenhagen
  • 13th April 2023 from 6:00 pm to 7:30pm
    Topic: Rejuvenating Communism. Youth Organisations and Elite Renewal in Post-Mao China
    Speaker: Jérôme DOYON, University of Edimburg
  • 11 May 2023 from 6:00pm to 7:30pm
    Topic : Aspirations for Change 4.0: The Making of Innovation in Vietnam
    Speaker : Annuska DERKS, University of Zurich

Join us online:
Zoom >
Meeting ID: 829 3580 1024
Code: 068941

Read more