Research Center for International Communication of Chinese Culture
The purpose of the Research Center for International Communication of Chinese Culture is to explore the nature, regularities and measures of Chinese culture’s going global, implementing a nationally cultural development strategy. The center carries on the Nankai University’s scholarly tradition of humanities, recognizes academic resources of the university, establishes open and sharing academic platforms and cooperates with professionals at home and abroad to provide academic supports with the nationally cultural development strategy.
There are 43 full-time and part-time research fellows and 6 professors among which there are 4 doctoral supervisors. Research results cover fields related to Chinese culture going global, such as studies on foreign language translation of Chinese classical drama, studies on translation and culture, studies on cultural exchange between China and Japan, Russian cultural studies, international sinology studies, and East Asian culture studies. In recent years, it has possessed key projects, general projects and the later-stage funding projects financed by National Social Science Fund, published more than 20 CSSCI research papers, published research monographs in top domestic scholarly institutions like the Commercial Press, and held national academic symposiums.
The center will focus on academic research related to Chinese culture’s going global. The planned research fields include studies on foreign language translation and communication of Chinese opera, studies on foreign language translation and communication of contemporary literature, studies on foreign language translation and communication of philosophical texts, translation and culture studies and international sinology studies.
As an open academic research platform, the center welcomes people engaged in the same pursuit to follow and participate in the projects and research of our center.
Members of the center have successively hosted plenty of projects financed by the fund at a national level and provincial level. They have also presided many projects receiving financial support from the post-doctoral fund and crossing research projects and published a large number of articles in core journals.