“地方与全球视野下的中国饮食与文化”学术研讨会会议通知

发布人:高级管理员 发布日期:2016-06-16

 

会议主旨:
中国幅员辽阔,地广人稠,人文地理、生态环境、民族文化复杂多元,地方饮食亦各具特色,而人口的聚居与迁徙,则影响到各地饮食文化的交流、融合与传播。更重要的是,中国民众往往将饮食与宗教信仰、历史记忆、身体体验、文化生活、族群认同、社会地位、健康与疾病等议题联接起来,因此,饮食与文化,也成为透视中国社会的极佳棱镜。
为了深入研究中国饮食文化本土发展与全球传播,中山大学社会学与人类学学院计划召开“地方与全球视野下的中国饮食与文化”学术研讨会,探讨中华民族多元一体格局下的饮食与文化,并结合族群、宗教、地域、生态、资源、消费观念、食品安全等议题,从历史演变、全球政治经济影响、非物质文化遗产、跨文化传播等多方面理解人类学的饮食文化研究。
 
会议时间:20161028日—30
   11027日:与会学者报到
   21028日—29日:学术研讨
   31030日:顺德田野考察
   41031日:与会学者返程
 
会议地点:广州中山大学人类学系(马丁堂)
 
会议议题:
        议题一:历史视野下的中国饮食
        议题二:全球化与中国饮食的发展和传播
        议题三:中国饮食的传承和变迁
        议题四:生态、民族与饮食文化
        议题五:少数民族的饮食与文化
        议题六:民族、旅游与饮食文化
        议题七:素食、健康与中国饮食
        议题八:市场、食品安全与管理
        议题九:中国、边境地带与饮食
        议题十:海外华人与中华饮食传承
        议题十一:饮食文化之比较研究:中华饮食与非中华饮食
 
参会须知:
    请有意参会者于831日前提交会议论文题目与摘要(200字左右)以及个人信息(姓名、职称、单位、电邮地址),主办方将负责与会期间的在地食宿,往返路费则由与会者自付。
 
会议语言:中文、英文
 
召集人:陈志明教授         cbengtan@sina.com
        刘志扬教授         zhiyangliu2000@163.com
联系人:  副教授       duanying1115@sina.com  
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
                                       中山大学社会学与人类学学院
                                            2016610
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
Conference Announcement
International Conference on “Chinese Food and Culture in Local and Global Perspectives”
 
Organized by the Department of Anthropology, Sun Yat-sen Univesity
Date: October 28-29, 2016
 
Conference theme: China is a big country with diverse populations living in diverse ecologies, and local food and foodways show diverse characteristics and rich culinary heritage. Migration brings diverse Chinese culinary traditions throughout the country and worldwide, and inter-cultural interaction further enriches these traditions. Food and culture are closely associated with religious beliefs and rituals, historical memory and nostalgia, ethnic and cultural identities, social status, health and illness, etc. Thus we can study culture and social change in China as well as those of the Chinese overseas through the lens of food and culture. This conference will study China and the Chinese overseas through the lens of food and culture.
 
Interested scholars and researchers are welcome to submit paper title and abstract on but not limited to the following themes:
 
1.      Chinese food and foodways in historical perspectives
2.      Globalization, development, and spread of Chinese food and foodways
3.      The continuity and transformation of Chinese food and foodways
4.      Ecology, ethnicity and food culture
5.      Food and foodways of minorities in China
6.      Ethnicity, tourism and food culture
7.      Vegetarianism, health and Chinese food and foodways
8.      Market, food safety and management
9.      China, borderland, and food
10. Chinese overseas and Chinese food heritage
11. Comparative study in food culture: Chinese and non-Chinese
 
Conference language: Chinese (Putonghua) and English
 
Important Dates:
31 August 2016: Deadline for submitting paper title and abstract
15 September: Final date for sending acceptance letters (earlier notification for those who submit abstract earlier)
 
27 October 2016: Arrival and registration
28-29 October 2016: Conference
30 October 2016: Study tour of Shunde (an important culinary center in Guangdong)
31 October 2016: Departure.
 
Conference venue: Sun Yat-sen University. Address: Department of Anthropology, Sun Yat-sen University, 135 Xigangxi Road, Guangzhou 510275, Guangdong, China.
 
Participation:
Scholars and researchers who are interested to present papers at the conference please submit paper title, an abstract of not more than 200 words and personal information (full name, academic or professional title, full address of affiliation and email address) before 31 August, 2016.
 
The conference organizer will provide campus accommodation (check in 27 October, 2016; check out 31 October 2016) and conference meals. Participants are expected to pay their own transport cost.
 
Conference chairpersons: Prof. TAN Chee-Beng (email: cbengtan@gmail.com)
                     Prof. LIU Zhiyang (email: liuzhiyang2000@gmail.com)
 
Conference secretary (contact person): Associate Professor DUAN Ying (email: duanying1115@sina.com)