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The conference will be held at the Department of Iranian Studies, Leiden University, Netherlands.
Papers should touch upon Sino-Iranian relations in one of the following areas:
International relations, international political economy of Iran and China across the New Silk Roads (Belt and Road Initiative), Sino-Iranian diplomatic, military, security, or energy relations; China and Iran in relation to third parties such as Turkey, Saudi Arabia, US, Russia, India, Pakistan, or the EU; Sino-Iranian historical, cultural, or civilizational Interactions, Sino-Iranian artistic, literary, and religious interactions throughout history.
Deadline for abstracts: September 25, 2018
“China and Iran’s Political and Cultural Relations” – the deadline for abstracts ends for the conference ends on September 25, 2018.
The conference will take place from December 13–14, 2018 at Leiden University.
The Shanghai University is hosting a conference on ‘Orientalism, Neo-orientalism and Post-Orientalism in African, Middle East, Latin American, Asian/Chinese Studies‘ from 17-18 May 2018. Der Call for Papers ist bis zum 29. Februar 2018 offen.
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The Orient-Institute Beirut is holding a conference on “Left-Wing Trends in the Arab World (1948-1979): Bringing Transnational Back in” from 12-13 December 2016. The Call for Proposals is open until 26 June 2016. The programme is available here.
- Historical and Cultural Aspects of Sino-Arab Relations, reciprocal stereotypes
- Sino-Arab Relations during the Cold War
- Sino-Arab Relations in Contemporary Global and Regional Contexts
- Questions of Energy: Pipelines and Transit
- The Belt and Road: Opportunities and Challenges
- Chinese Relations with the United States and India on the World Stage: Repercussions for Arab Causes
- Chinese Relations with Iran, Turkey, and Israel on the Regional Stage: Repercussions for Arab Causes