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武汉大学大阳城娱乐下载app “‘一带一路’视野下的东南亚考古”暑期学校学术交流会通知
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“一带一路”视野下的东南亚考古是近年来国内外考古学界关注的热点课题,研究内容涉及华南与东南亚早期文化的关系、和平文化的起源与传播、东南亚新石器时代和青铜时代的技术与文化来源等。近年来武汉大学大阳城娱乐下载app考古系高度关注这一课题的研究,为贯彻落实学校学术发展战略,充分利用国内外优质学术资源,提高学生对东南亚考古、历史以及相关前沿问题的认识,武汉大学大阳城娱乐下载app计划举办“一带一路”视野下的东南亚考古暑期学校学术交流会。

本次暑期学校学术交流会拟从国内外高校选拔优秀学生参加,以培养未来的东南亚考古、文博、文化遗产、历史与艺术研究者为目的,拓宽青年学生的学术视野,优化培养模式,打造前沿的高端学术交流与学习平台。开课及报名的具体信息如下:

一、内容与形式

暑期学校学术交流会主要涉及东南亚及相关地区考古学的学习和讨论。课程邀请国内外著名的东南亚考古与历史研究者开展系列专题讲座和课程,以线下线上相结合的形式开展。线上为直播和录播两种形式,线下以面对面讲授、圆桌讨论等方式为主。湖北省内学生的参与方式为线下,湖北省外及国外学生的参与方式为线上。

二、师资介绍

本次暑期学校学术交流会共聘请10名国内外学者(工作单位在中国的学者按姓氏笔画排序,工作单位在外国的学者按姓的首字母排序,授课专家实际名单可能会有调整和增加):

吉学平(中国科学院昆明动物研究所)、张亚莎(中央民族大学民族学与社会学学院)、陈洪波(广西师范大学历史文化与旅游学院)、覃秀红(广西民族大学东南亚语言文化学院)

Hubert Forestier(法国国家自然历史博物馆)、Hsiao-chun Hung (澳大利亚国立大学)、Lâm Thị Mỹ Dung(越南国立社会科学与人文大学)、Rasmi Shoocongdej(泰国艺术大学)、Heng Sophady(柬埔寨皇家艺术大学)、Valéry Zeitoun(法国巴黎索邦大学)

授课语言:英语/法语/中文。

三、开课信息

计划招生人数:35人(本校15人、校外20人)

报到日期:2022年7月9日

上课时间:2022年7月10日—7月16日

上课地点:湖北省武汉市武昌区武汉大学大阳城娱乐下载app振华楼

湖北省外与国外线上参加的学生无需现场报到。

四、报名条件及申请方式

1、报名条件:

①拥护中国共产党的领导,品德良好,遵纪守法,学风端正,无违法、违纪、处分记录,身体健康;

②国内外高校考古学、文物与博物馆学、历史学、东南亚语言文化等相关专业在读的本科生(2019级和2020级)、硕士研究生和博士研究生(博士研究生占比不超过总人数的20%);

③成绩优秀,对东南亚考古和语言有浓厚兴趣,有较强的学习意识和学术发展潜力,有一定的科研能力。

④外语水平良好,要求大学生英语通过六级考试或者雅思6.0分及以上,托福70分及以上或其它能证明外语水平的成绩。

⑤具备东南亚小语种或法语基础者优先。

2、申请方式:

有意向的学生请及时查看武汉大学大阳城娱乐下载app官网(www.history.whu.edu.cn)发布的相关通知,按要求准备并提交相关材料,材料清单如下:

①《武汉大学“一带一路”视野下的东南亚考古暑期学校学术交流会报名推荐表》1份(电子版,签名处请手写签名);

②已修课程成绩单1份(电子版);

③身份证和学生证(电子版);

④学术成果及获奖证明材料(已发表学术论文,各类获奖证明及资格证书)

⑤外语水平证明材料。

请将上述材料合并为一个PDF文件,命名为“武汉大学东南亚考古暑期学校学术交流会+姓名+电话”,并于2022年6月27日17时之前发送至邮箱983588065@qq.com。

五、考核

本次暑期学校学术交流会中,被录取的学员需要全程参与,课程结束后可获得由武汉大学大阳城娱乐下载app颁发的暑期学校学术交流会结业证书。

结课后,学员参加暑期学校学术交流会组织的“东南亚考古与历史”论坛,并做专题报告,由专家学者进行点评。同时,学员在课程结束后一周内需要提交本次暑期学校学术交流会学习总结报告。结合专题报告和学习总结报告,有独到见解、表现优异的学员,颁发“优秀学员”证书和奖品。本次暑期学校学术交流会拟设立3名“优秀学员”。

参加本期暑期学校学术交流会的学员,根据个人意愿,可申请免费参加随后集中授课的“初级泰语学习班”(2022年7月17日-8月14日),名额限3-5人,择优录取。

本次暑期学校学术交流会旨在培养未来能从事东南亚史前考古、文化遗产、文博、历史和艺术等方面研究的专业人员,希望对“一带一路”东南亚考古相关方向感兴趣的高校学生积极参与。暑期学校学术交流会结业学员今后若有志于相关方面的研究,可获得优先推荐。

六、材料审核及学员录取

1.材料审核

武汉大学大阳城娱乐下载app将根据平等公正的原则对申请材料进行审核及评估。

2.学员录取

经审核获得学员资格的学生,我院将于2022年6月30日之前通过电话或邮件通知本人。届时未接到录取通知的学生皆为未入选者,不再另行通知。

七、费用

1.暑期学校学术交流会属于正常的学术文化交流活动,不收取报名费用。

2.暑期学校学术交流会为湖北省内学员提供免费住宿和报销往来交通费(一般乘火车报销硬卧或高铁/动车二等座,需提交报销凭证),餐费自理。湖北省外及国外学生参与的方式全部为线上,费用自理。

八、其他

1.暑期学校学术交流会活动期间,在武汉大学参加线下活动的学员须服从武汉大学大阳城娱乐下载app的统一安排。

2.暑期学校学术交流会线下活动期间,在武汉大学参加线下活动的学员须遵守武汉大学疫情防控相关规定,如因弄虚作假隐瞒行程或相关信息,造成不良后果,由学员自行承担责任。

3.此活动由武汉大学大阳城娱乐下载app负责解释。

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武汉大学“一带一路”视野下的东南亚考古暑期学校学术交流会报名推荐表.doc

 

 


Notice of 2022 Wuhan University Summer School

“Southeast Asian archaeology in the Perspective of

the Belt and Road Initiative”

In recent years, Southeast Asian archaeology in the perspective of the “Belt and Road Initiative” has become a hot research subject, which covers a wide range of issues, including the relationship of early cultures between South China and Southeast Asia, the origin and dispersal of the Hoabinhian technocomplex, the origin of Neolithic culture and bronze-making technology in Southeast Asia, etc. As the Department of Archaeology of Wuhan University has been paying great attention to this subject, the School of History plans to host the first Summer School entitled “Southeast Asian Archaeology in the Perspective of Belt and Road Initiative”. This Summer School aims to implement the academic development strategy of Wuhan University, by making full use of high-quality educational resources from home and abroad to improve students’ knowledge of Southeast Asian archaeology and history and other related frontier issues.

This Summer School will receive participants from outstanding university students from China and foreign countries. As a highly frontier platform for academic exchanges and study, it intends to train and cultivate future researchers with a broad academic vision and to explore an optimized talent-formation model for Southeast Asian archaeology, museology, cultural heritage, history and arts. The information below details the courses and registration procedures:

1. Course Contents and Forms

This summer school involves learning and discussions regarding Southeast Asian archaeology, and a series of lectures and courses provided by world-known scholars in the field of Southeast Asian archaeology and history. Both online and offline lectures will be delivered. Online forms include live and recorded broadcast lectures, while offline forms include face-to-face lectures and round-table seminars. The students from Hubei Province will participate offline. The students from other provinces and foreign countries study online.

2. Teaching Staff

Teaching staff delivering the Summer School (2022) courses will include the following TEN scholars (Scholars working in China are sorted by the stroke of their surname; scholars working in foreign countries are sorted by the first letter of their surname; the actual list may be adjusted):

Hubert Forestier (National Museum of Natural History, France), Hsiao-chun Hung (Australian National University), Lâm Thị Mỹ Dung (VNU University of Social Sciences and Humanities, Hanoi), Rasmi Shoocongdej (Silpakorn University, Thailand), Heng Sophady (Royal University of Fine Arts, Cambodia), Valéry Zeitoun (Sorbonne University, Paris, France)

Ji Xueping (Kunming Institute of Zoology, Chinese Academy of Sciences), Zhang Yasha (Minzu University of China), Chen Hongbo (Guangxi Normal University), Qin Xiuhong (School of Southeast Asian Studies, Guangxi University for Nationalities)

Language of lecture: Chinese, English, French.

3. Class Information

Admission plan: 35 students (15 from Wuhan University, 20 from other universities)

Registration time (offline): July 9, 2022

Duration: July 10, 2022—July 16, 2022

Venue (offline): Zhenhua Building, School of History, Wuhan University, Wuchang District, Wuhan, Hubei Province, China

4. Registration Requirements and Application Procedure

4.1. Registration requirements

(1) Applicants should come from undergraduate students (enrolled in 2019 and 2020), graduate students and Ph.D candidates in relevant disciplines,e.g., archaeology, cultural relics and museology, history, Southeast Asian languages and cultures (Ph.D candidates account for no more than 20% of the participants);

(2) Applicants should have an outstanding academic record,and demonstrate strong intellectual curiosity in Southeast Asian archaeology and languages,active learning awareness, academic development potential and research capabilities;

(3) Applicants should be proficient in English and also fulfill the minimum English proficiency requirement: a score of at least 425 in the CET-6, an overall band score of 6.0 in IELTS, a score of at least 70 on the TOEFL, or other equivalent qualifications;

(4) Applicants with a basic knowledge of Southeast Asian languages or French are preferred.

4.2. Application procedure:

Applicants should check the official website of the School of History at Wuhan University (www.history.whu.edu.cn) for updates and the required documents before submission. The list of documents is as follows:

(1) Application Form for Summer School SEA 2022 (electronic version, with signature);

(2) A copy of the transcript of the courses completed (electronic version);

(3) ID card or Passport and student ID card (electronic version);

(4) Academic certificate (e.g., electronic version of published academic papers, awards and qualification certificates)

(5) Foreign language proficiency certificates.

All the above-mentioned documents should be merged into one PDF file with a title in the format of “Southeast Asia WHU+Name” and be submitted to 983588065@qq.com before 17:00, June 27, 2022.

5. Course Evaluation

Successful applicants for this Summer School must ensure full participation. Upon completion of the school, a certificate of completion will be provided by the School of History, Wuhan University.

After finishing the courses and lectures, participants are expected to make a thematic presentation in the Forum of Southeast Asian archaeology and History, with experts available to provide comments. Meanwhile, participants should submit a summary report within a week after the end of the school. Participants who demonstrate independent thinking abilities and excellent overall performance in their thematic presentation and summary report will be awarded a prize and a certificate of “outstanding students”. Three “outstanding students” will be selected during this Summer School.

Participants of the 2022 Summer School can apply for free elementary courses of “Thai Language Classes” (from July 17, 2022 to August 14, 2022) according to their own will. The place is limited, and 3-5 applicants will be selected on a competitive basis.

This Summer School aims to train and cultivate professionals who have the enthusiasm and ability to conduct research in such academic fields as Southeast Asian archaeology, cultural heritage, museology, history, and art. This Summer School welcomes university students interested in the“ Belt and Road Initiative” and Southeast Asian archaeology. Graduates of this school will enjoy priority recommendations if they are willing to do research in the above-mentioned academic areas in the future.

6. Application Assessment and Admission

6.1. Application assessment

Applications will be assessed in accordance with their quality by the School of History, Wuhan University.

6.2. Admission

Approved applicants will be informed by the School of History by June 30, 2022 via Email. Unsuccessful applicants will not be contacted.

7. Fees

7.1. The Summer School is an academic and cultural exchange program and will charge no application fee.

7.2. The Summer School will cover accommodation and transportation costs for students from the institutions located in Hubei Province (normally including hard sleeper, high-speed train second class), and invoices for reimbursement are needed. The cost of meals will not be covered. All the students from other provinces and oversea students study online and are responsible for their own related fees during the Summer School.

8. Others

8.1. During the Summer School, the Chinese participants studying offline must obey the arrangements of Wuhan University.

8.2. During the offline activities, participants must follow Wuhan University’s epidemic prevention and control provisions. Those who have faked or concealed their travel information are responsible for the undesirable consequence caused by themselves.

8.3. The School of History at Wuhan University reserves the right of final interpretation of this Summer School.

8.4. For more information, please contact:

Prof. Zhou (staff). Email: zhouyuduan@yeah.net

Prof. Li (staff). Tel: (0086) 135 45 00 63 09

Mr Lou (student assistant). Email: 983588065@qq.com

Application form for Summer School SEA 2022.doc