Globalization of Chinese Social Sciences

Commemorating the 105th Anniversary of Professor Fei Xiaotong’s Birth (vol. 1)

Understanding China and the World book series Vol. II

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Product details

  • Numbers of page: 184
  • Publisher: London: Global China Press; Beijing New World Press
  • Publishing date: 2 November 2015
  • Language: English
  • Product Dimensions: 17 x 24 cm
  • ISBN: Paperback: 978-1-910334-04-1; Hardcover: 978-1-910334-05-8
  • Price: Paperback: £18.99; Hardcover: £46.99

Editors

  • Stephan Feuchtwang is Emeritus Professor of the Department of Anthropology and Founding Director of the China in Comparative Perspective Network (CCPN), London School of Economics and Political Science (LSE).
  • Xiangqun Chang is Director of CCPN Global, Editor of the Journal of China in Comparative Perspective (JCCP), and Chief Editor of Global China Press. She is also Honorary Professor at University College London, UK, and holder of several professorships and senior fellowships at Peking, Renmin, Fudan and Sun Yat-sen universities in China.
  • ZHOU Daming is Professor of the School of Anthropology and Sociology, Director of the Ethnic Group Study Centre, Sun Yat-sen University, China, and Vice-president of the China Union of Anthropological and Ethnological Sciences (UAES).  

Product Description

This volume marks the 105th anniversary of the birth of Fei Xiaotong, the renowned Chinese sociologist and anthropologist. It is one of the outcomes of a four-day event, organized jointly by China in Comparative Perspective Network (CCPN) and other organizations at the London School of Economics and Political Science (LSE), held in 2010, and includes not only pieces presented at that event but also a number of excellent articles that we have since received from scholars worldwide. Other will be published in collected volumes to promote China’s social sciences worldwide, to consider problems of globalization and to participate in the building of a global society.

This first volume focuses on vocabulary, invention and the exploration of Chinese social sciences, in the hope of building a ‘palace’ of human knowledge out of ‘intellectual bricks’ created by words, phrases and ideas. It consists of five articles by authors from the UK, USA and Switzerland and four appendices, including the innovative ‘Chinese Social Science’ – a branch of ‘Chinese for Specific Purposes’ (CSP), written by UK-based Chinese teaching and translation experts.

About the book series and background

Globalization of Chinese Social Sciences: Commemorating the 105th Anniversary of Professor Fei Xiaotong’s Birth is the second volume in the Understanding China and the World series, edited by the late Chinese sociologist ZHENG Hangsheng (1936–2014) and British–Chinese scholar Xiangqun Chang. Both the title of the volume and book series deliberately reflects a new perspective on China, putting China in the context of globalization and thus inspiring comparative studies that enable non-Chinese to understand China and the world.

The UK-based Global China Press (GCP) is the first publisher specializing in dual language publications that focus on Chinese perspectives of the world and human knowledge and non-Chinese perspectives of China in a global context. The co-publisher of the present volume, New World Press (NWP), was founded in 1951, and is a member of the China International Publishing Group (CIPG). It publishes multilingual books on social sciences, literature, management and other disciplines that serve to introduce China to the world. As early as the 1980s, NWP published the China Study series in English, covering China’s economy, politics, ethnicity, population, history, sociology and anthropology, and including Fei Xiaotong’s Toward a People’s Anthropology (1981), Chinese Village Close-Up (1982) and Small Towns in China (1986). NWP is republishing the China Study series jointly with GCP, supplemented by new titles.

《中国社会科学全球化

费孝通105周年诞辰纪念文集》 第一卷

理解中国与世界系列丛书第二辑

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产品介绍

  • 书名: 《中国社会科学全球化费孝通105周年诞辰纪念文集》 第一卷
  • 系列名称及卷次:理解中国与世界系列丛书第二辑
  • 页数: 198页
  • 出版社: 伦敦:全球中国出版社; 北京:新世界出版社
  • 出版时间: 2015年11月
  • 语言: 中文
  • 尺寸: 17 x 24 cm
  • 书号: 平装ISBN: 978-1-910334-06-5
  •    精装ISBN: 978-1-910334-07-2
  • 价格: 平装 £19.99; 精装£48.99

主编

  • 王斯福(Stephan Feuchtwang), 英国伦敦经济学院人类学系荣休教授, 伦敦经济学院中国比较研究网(CCPN LSE)创始主任。曾为全英中国研究 协会(BACS)主席。
  • 常向群, 全球中国比较研究会会长(CCPN Global)、《中国比较研究》主编、全球中 国出版社总编和全球中国智库资深顾问。她还是伦敦大学学院(UCL)的 荣誉教授、北大、人大、复旦和中山等多所大学的客座教授或特聘研究员。
  • 周大鸣, 中山大学社会学与人类学学院教授, 教育部 “长江学者” 特聘教授, 中山大学中国族群研究中心主任, 中国人类学民族学研究会副会长。

内容提要

      为了纪念中国著名的社会学和人类学家费孝通诞辰105周年, 全球中国出版社和新世界出版社于2015年合作出版了《中国社会科学全球化:费孝通105周年诞辰纪念文集》的第一卷,它是2010年英国伦敦经济学院中国比较研究网和相关主办单位举办的为期四天的纪念活动的成果之一。当时在全球范围内广泛征集了大量的论文,近年来, 我们也陆续收集了一些相关的优秀论文。为了推动中国社会科学走出去, 我们将这些论文按照不同的专题结集出版。希望用一个个的字、词和观点等打造智识的砖瓦(intellectual bricks), 搭建人类的知识大厦, 并用知识全球化的力量应对全球性问题、参与全球的社会建设。

       本卷聚焦中国社会科学词汇的发明与发掘的主题, 收入了来自英国、美国、瑞士的五位学者的文章, 还收入了四项附件, 如由英国的汉语教学和翻译专家们基于本文集的相关文章独创的 “社科汉语”。本书由王斯福、常向群、周大鸣主编, 郭爱民和李战刚协助编辑中文版, 潘德刚(Nick Prendergast)和裴可诗(Costanza Pernigotti)协助编辑英文版。

本系列丛书的背景信息

      这套《中国社会科学全球化: 费孝通105周年诞辰纪念文集》是《读懂中国与世界》系列丛书的第二套, 该丛书由中国著名已故社会学家郑杭生(1936-2014年)和英籍华人学者常向群共同主编。他们在丛书总序言中指出 “读懂中国并与中国人沟通” 是费孝通先生诞辰100周年的大会主题, 我们将它改为 “读懂中国与世界”, 即把中国置于全球化的背景下, 把中国和其他国家与地区作镜像观照和比较研究, 帮助我们自己也帮助他人来读懂中国与世界。

      《读懂中国与世界》由全球中国出版社和新世界出版社合作出版。全球中国出版社是世界上第一个致力于出版英汉双语的社会科学与人文科学著作的出版公司, 专注于出版中国比较研究的著述, 还包括在全球语境下对世界和人类知识研究的中华视野, 以及对中国研究的非中华视野。新世界出版社成立于1951年, 隶属于中国国际出版集团, 主要以多语种出版社科、文学、经管和外宣等图书。早在上个世纪 80 年代就用英文出版 “中国研究丛书”, 包括中国政治、经济社会、民族、人口、社会学和人类学著作, 如费孝通的《迈向世界的人类学》(1981 )、《三访江村》(1982)、《中国小城镇》(1986 )。这两家出版社正在合作再版上述 “中国研究丛书”, 并将陆续推出新的相关研究成果。

 

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