臺大東亞文化研究
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《臺大東亞文化研究》徵稿啟事         2016.02修正

《臺大東亞文化研究》是「跨國界的文化傳釋:東亞各國間的文化交流跨學科研究」計畫(2011-2015)所發行的期刊。該計畫是臺灣大學文學院所推動的臺灣教育部「邁向頂尖大學計畫」中的研究計畫之一。

本期刊公開徵稿,歡迎投稿。本期刊不設立場,沒有特定的學術主張;惟本期刊作為特定主題的學術期刊,凡投稿的論文之議題及主要內容,必須與本期刊主題相符。

本期刊的主題是「東亞文化」。首先,何謂東亞,我們採取寬鬆的定義,其最大範圍是中國大陸、日本列島、朝鮮半島、中南半島(包括馬來西亞)以及東亞海域(包括臺灣)。我們有興趣探討這個區域內的文化互動與交流,藉由這些交流與互動而形成了此區域內之共通的文化,我們稱此共通的文化為東亞文化。具代表性的如漢字、漢詩、儒學、佛學、王權、士大夫文化等。然而另一方面,在可觀察的東亞共通文化現象的同時,我們也不難發現在地文化(local culture)存在的現象。因此我們希望能有更多的論文探討共通文化與在地(local)文化之異同、關聯性的問題,尤其是具有共通性的東亞文化如何在東亞的各地域內傳播與被詮釋。

因此,我們可以將本期刊的主題再細分為三項。

一是東亞特定的文化現象的探討,如中國的李白詩、日本的平安文學、日本江戶時代的儒學者、馬來西亞的馬華文學等。但我們希望這類論文能側重此特定的東亞文化(或現象)如何在特定的時空中被特定之人所理解與詮釋,而呈現出東亞文化的共通性與地域間的差異性。

二是討論跨國的文化交流。我們用「跨國」也只是方便的稱法,實際上是跨(大)地域間的交流,中日間、中韓間、日韓間不論,可以包括華北╱華南間、日本關東╱關西間、中國江南╱日本九州間、閩南╱馬來西亞間等。若是整體討論東亞的交流網絡,如海港的體系,當然也在本期刊的徵稿範疇之內。

三是討論東亞域外的文化如何傳入東亞,以及被東亞在地文化所理解與詮釋。

此外,本期刊也強調「跨學科研究」,我們對文化一詞採廣義,故歡迎文學、語學、文化研究、歷史學、人類學、社會學、政治學、經濟學等各領域的人文社會學者投稿。

作為一份學術期刊,我們遵守目前既有的學術規範。但本刊的目的是在增進學界內部的對話,並推廣東亞文化研究,不在於發表所謂新的論文;因此,凡發表在本刊的各式論文(含書評),都必須是作者為本刊所新撰之文,不可將已發表過之舊稿重複投稿;但我們歡迎研究者將自己已發表的論文或學說加以改寫並添新義而作成新文章。我們不強調論文字數,歡迎小品文章,如五千字上下之作。同現今的學術規範,凡來稿會先經編委會初審,通過後再由至少一位學者複審。論文的語言以中文為原則,但視情況接受英文與日文稿。目前計畫是年刊,並以電子期刊為主要出版型式,故歡迎學者以電子期刊論文的形式投稿,如包含影音圖檔,以及超連結等。而在前幾期的試行階段,我們也會同時發行紙本。我們所收論文的分類為「專題論文」、「研究論文」、「會議紀要」與「書文評介」等。

第一、二期的編委會成員是甘懷真(召集人,臺大歷史系教授)、徐興慶(臺大日文系教授)、蕭麗華(臺大中文系教授)、盧怡如(主編,本計畫專任助理)。第三期編委會成員為甘懷真(召集人,臺大歷史系教授)、徐興慶(臺大日文系教授)、高嘉謙(臺大中文系副教授)、盧怡如(主編,本計畫專任助理)。「臺大東亞文化研究」期刊也與「臺大東亞文化研究論壇」網站結合。本論壇也歡迎各位投稿。稿件可以先刊登於論壇網站上,再經修改後登於期刊。故我們隨時歡迎大家投稿。也歡迎各位學術先進對本計畫與該刊物賜教。稿件電子檔請寄至eastasiantu@gmail.com。聯絡電話:886-2-3366-4710。

 

 “The NTU Journal of East Asian Culture” Call for Papers Forum Announcement

“The NTU Journal of East Asian Culture” is published by “The Cross-Boundary Cultural Transmission: Interdisciplinary Research on the Cultural Exchange in East Asia” project (2011-2015). This project is one of Taiwan’s Ministry of Education’s “Aim for Top University Project” research proposals put forth by National Taiwan University’s College of Liberal Arts.

This publication is publically open to submissions, so everyone is welcome to submit an article. This publication takes no position, and has no particular academic viewpoint. Only that this publication is a special-theme academic publication, so that all topics discussed in articles submitted for publication must tally with the main theme of this publication.

The theme of this publication is “East Asian Culture”. As for what is considered “East Asia”, we take a broad definition that includes Mainland China, the Japanese island chain, the Korean peninsula, the Indochina Peninsular (including Malaysia), as well as the East Asian seas (including Taiwan). We have an interest in discussing the cultural interaction and exchange within this area. These exchanges and interactions formed a common culture within this region. We call this common culture “East Asian Culture”. Representatives of this culture include Chinese characters, Chinese poetry, Confucianism, Buddhism, Royal Power, the scholar-official political culture, etc. Yet, while we can see this common East Asian culture, at the same time it is not difficult to discover the existence of local culture. Thus, we hope that there will be many papers that will discuss the differences and correlations between common and local cultures, especially how the commonality of East Asian culture was spread and how it was interpreted all over the East Asian region.

Thus, we can further divide this theme into three subtopics.

One is investigating the special cultural phenomenon of East Asia, such as the Poetry of Li Bai from China, Japan’s Heian Literature, Confucianists in Japan’s Edo Period, Malaysian Chinese Literature, etc. But, we hope these kinds of papers lean more towards how a certain culture (or phenomenon) within a particular time was understood and interpreted by a certain people, and how it presents the commonality and differences between regions in East Asian culture.

The second is discussing transnational cultural exchange. We use “transnational” as a convenient name, but in reality it crosses the exchanges over vast regions: between China and Japan, China and Korea, Korea and Japan, while it can also include exchanges between North China/South China, Kantō/Kansai Japan, Jiangnan China/Kyūshū Japan, Min Nan/Malaysia, etc. If the discussion is focused on the entire East Asia exchange network, such as the harbor system, of course it is also included within the domain of this publication.

Finally, the third sub topic discusses how culture outside of East Asia was imported into the region, as well as how it was understood and interpreted by local East Asian cultures.

In addition, we also emphasize “transdisciplinary research”. Therefore we welcome scholars from the humanities and social sciences to submit papers. We have a broad definition of “culture”, so we welcome papers from literature, linguistics, cultural research, history, anthropology, sociology, political science, economics and other disciplines.

As an academic publication, we abide by current academic standards. However, the goal of this publication is to promote the discussion within academic circles, and promote East Asian cultural research, but not in publishing so-called new theses. All of the papers published in this publication (including book reviews) must be new articles written for this publication, and cannot already be published. However, we welcome scholars to take their own published theses or dissertations, and add changes or new meaning and publishing a new article. We don’t require a particular article length, so we also welcome small articles, such as ones 5,000 characters and below. We also follow current academic standards, so articles for this publication must go through an evaluation process. All articles must pass through an initial evaluation process. After passing, the article will then be sent to at least one scholar for review. In general, submissions should be in Chinese, so please try to write in Chinese. However, based on certain circumstances, both English and Japanese articles may be accepted. Currently this is a yearly publication.

We want to do an electronic publication; therefore, we welcome scholars to submit their papers in an electronic publication format, such as including audio/video and image files, as well as hyperlinks. Also, in the test stages of the first few volumes, we will also issue a paper edition.

The types of articles we will receive are Monographs, Research Articles, Conference Summaries, and Book Reviews.

The committee members for the first and second issue are: Huai-Chen Kan (Convener, Professor of History at National Taiwan University), Shing-Ching Shyu (Professor of Japanese Language and Literature at National Taiwan University), Li-hua Hsiao (Professor of Chinese Literature at National Taiwan University), I-ju Lu (Editor in Chief, Project Assistant). The committee members for the third issue are: Huai-Chen Kan (Convener, Professor of History at National Taiwan University), Shing-Ching Shyu (Professor of Japanese Language and Literature at National Taiwan University), Chia-cian KO (Associate Professor of Chinese Literature at National Taiwan University), I-ju Lu (Editor in Chief, Project Assistant).The “NTU Journal of East Asian Culture”  also links with the “NTU East Asian Culture Research Forum”. This forum also welcomes submissions. Manuscripts can first be published on the website, then after being edited, can be published in the journal. Therefore, we welcome everyone to submit papers any time.

We also welcome advice from all academic fellows. Please e-mail recommendations to eastasiantu@gmail.com. You can also contact by phone at 886-2-3366-4710.

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