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Call for Papers: Cultural Industries in Shanghai Symposium + Book Launch

Cultural Industries in Shanghai: 

UK-China Dialogue on Future Academic and Industrial Collaboration in the Creative Industries

 

Time: June 29, 2018 Friday | 9:00 - 16:00

Venue: Flett Theatre, Natural History Museum 

 

This is a general Call for Papers to invite scholars and practitioners who are also working on the topic of UK-China future academic and industrial collaberation in the creative industries to join us for a lively discussion. 

 

The symposium will be followed by a book launch for the edited volume Cultural Industries in Shanghai: Policy and Planning inside a Global City (2018), to be published by Intellect/Chicago University Press this June, as part of the Intellect China Library series. 

 

Cultural Industries in Shanghai is co-edited by professor Rong YueMing (Shanghai Academy of Social Sciences) and professor Justin O’Connor (Monash University).

 

Confirmed attendees from the Shanghai Academy of Social Sciences will include:

 

Prof. HE, JianHua

Pro-Vice Chancellor

Prof. RONG, YueMing

Dean, Institute of Literature 

Prof. LI, YiHai

Secretary-General, Think Thank Foundation

Prof. XU, QingQuan

Associate Dean, Institute of Literature

 

If you are working on a project that is relevant to the topic above and interested in participating in this symposium, please submit a 250-word abstract and a professional/academic CV to hiu@intellectbooks.com no later than 10 May 2018. Accepted proposals will be notified by 15 May 2018.

 

The Shanghai Academy of Social Sciences was founded in 1958 and is China's oldest institution for the humanities and social sciences. It is the country's second largest such institution, after the Chinese Academy of Social Sciences (CASS) in Beijing. Besides funds from the municipal government of Shanghai, the academy draws financial support from non-governmental sources at home and abroad. As a leading think-tank academic institution in China, its research findings and publications have been particularly influential with policy-makers as well as with the wider public. SASS has 17 institutes and 27 interdisciplinary centers that conduct theoretical research and applied studies in the humanities and social sciences.


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