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论文征集:孙中山,南洋与辛亥革命
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论文征集

孙中山,南洋与辛亥革命

组织者:东南亚研究所,华裔馆与新加坡国立大学

新加坡

20101025 26

 

  为纪念中国辛亥革命100周年,东南亚研究所,华裔馆与新加坡国立大学将共同组织一个为期两天, 中英双语,以孙中山与南洋为主题的会议。

 

  辛亥革命是中国划时代的历史事件。 它起于191110月的武昌起义, 最后成功推翻了中国两千年的封建统治。 它同时也孕育了中华民国, 亚洲的第一个共和政体。 辛亥革命的领导者是孙中山及其中国同盟会。中国同盟会最初于1905年在东京成立, 之后又在新加坡和其他东南亚国家相继成立了分会。孙中山本人在东南亚四处奔走, 为革命争取支持。 中国同盟会得到了海外华人特别是在南洋的华人团体的巨大支持。他们以道义支持和财政援助的方式为现代中国的建立做出了贡献。

 

在过去几十年里, 有关孙中山和辛亥革命的研究和文献层出不穷, 但多数倾向于中国国内的发展和事件。 因此本次会议将把重点放在孙中山,南洋和辛亥革命的研究。

   

我们邀请有关学者就以下几个主题投稿:

 

  • 孙中山,日本和南洋
  • 孙中山与殖民时期的新加坡
  • 有关孙中山及海外华人的殖民档案
  • 南洋的中国改革派和革命派运动
  • 辛亥革命及东南亚民族主义
  • 孙中山与华人地方团体的关系
  • 孙中山与重要的南洋华人
  • 南洋及其对中国革命的财政支持
  • 孙中山及现代南洋教育的兴起
  • 孙中山及中国现代性 
  • 南洋孙中山研究的回顾

 

我们同时也欢迎其他有关主题的论文。 

 

论文开题报告,可用中文或英文,截止于2010年430日。 成功入选的申请者将于615 前接到通知。 开题报告应包括标题, 300字左右的摘要及申请人的个人简介。 论文全文的截止日期是2010年9月15日。 

 

会议的相关论文将汇集成两本出版物,中英各为一本,预计发行时间为2011年10月以纪念辛亥革命100周年。 

 

组织方将为所有参会人员提供会议期间3天的住宿。若有经济舱往返机票补助的要求,特别是亚洲范围内的国家,组织方将酌情考虑。 

 

请投稿于:

 

李励图博士

 

leelaito@iseas.edu.sg

 

联系地址:

 

李励图博士

 

leelaito@iseas.edu.sg

 

 

 

CALL FOR PAPERS

 

Conference on Sun Yat-sen, Nanyang and the 1911 Chinese Revolution

Organised by Institute of Southeast Asian Studies, Chinese Heritage Centre and National University of Singapore

 

25-26 October 2010, Singapore

 

 

In view of the 100th anniversary of the 1911 Revolution in China, the Institute of Southeast Asian Studies, Chinese Heritage Centre and National University of Singapore plan to co-organise a two-day bilingual (Chinese and English) conference on Sun Yat-sen and the Nanyang.

 

The 1911 Revolution, known in Chinese as Xinhai Geming or Xinhai Revolution, was a watershed event in the history of modern China. It began with the Wuchang Uprising on October 10, 1911 and concluded with the collapse of dynastic rule in China that stretched back more than 2,000 years. It in fact led to the establishment of the Republic of China, Asia’s first republic.

 

The 1911 Revolution was led by Sun Yat-sen and the Zhongguo Tongmenghui, which was first established in Tokyo in 1905 and followed by the formation of a branch in Singapore and then other branches in Southeast Asia. Sun Yat-sen tirelessly traveled around the Southeast Asian region drumming up support for the nationalist movement in China. Indeed the Zhongguo Tongmenghui movement received massive support from the “overseas Chinese” communities, especially the Nanyang communities. The latter contributed morally and financially to the 1911 Revolution and in that way played an instrumental role in the establishment of modern China.

 

Extensive research has been conducted and voluminous literature produced in the last few decades on many aspects of Sun Yat-sen and the 1911 Revolution. However, they have tended to focus on developments and events in China. This conference hopes to contribute to the scholarship on Sun Yat-sen by focusing on Sun Yat-sen, Nanyang and the 1911 Revolution in China.

 

Scholars and researchers are invited to submit paper proposals on one of the following themes:  

· Sun Yat-sen in the Straits Settlements

· Colonial Archives on Sun Yat-sen and the Chinese Overseas

· Reformist and Revolutionist Chinese movements in Southeast Asia

· Xinhai Revolution and Southeast Asian Nationalism

· Colonial Governments and the Overseas Chinese Nationalism

· Sun Yat-sen and Prominent Nanyang Chinese

· Nanyang and Financing Chinese Revolutions

· Sun Yat-sen and the Emergence of Modern Nanyang Education

· Sun Yat-sen and the Emergence of Chinese Modernity

· Revisiting the Study of Sun Yat-sen in the Nanyang

 

Proposals on other themes related to the conference are also invited.

 

Paper proposals, in either English or Chinese, should be received by 15 April 2010 and successful applicants will be informed of their acceptance by 15 June 2010. Proposals should include a working title, a 300 word abstract, and a short biography of the applicant. Proposals which are selected should submit a full paper by 15 September 2010.

 

Selected papers from conference will be published in 2 books, one English and one Chinese, and the books will be officially launched on 10 October 2011 in conjunction with the 100th anniversary of the 1911 Revolution.

 

The organizers are pleased to be able to provide all participants with local accommodation for three days. Financial support for an economy-class return airfare, especially from Asian countries, will be kindly considered.

 

Proposals should be submitted to:

Dr Lee Lai To

leelaito@iseas.edu.sg

 

Contact details:

 

Dr Lee Lai To

leelaito@iseas.edu.sg

 

 

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