2016(第三届)中美青年学者论坛论文征集
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2016(第三届)中美青年学者论坛论文征集

主题:中美教育交流对中美两国关系的影响
2016年9月

主办单位:《环球时报》社、美国卡特中心
      2016年,第三届中美青年学者论坛将在中国举办。主办方诚挚邀请中美两国的青年学者参与,并发表他们研究成果,评估过去、现在及未来,中美教育交流与中美双边关系的联系。


中美青年学者论坛背景
      2014年9月,由环球时报与卡特中心共同主办的首届中美青年学者论坛在中国西安交通大学成功举办。美国前总统吉米•卡特出席论坛开幕式并致辞。来自中美两国的20余位青年学者针对“如何在当今动荡中构建未来的中美关系”这一主题发出了属于青年一代的声音。中美两国知名专家现场点评青年学者们的研究成果,并提出修改意见。
      2015年10月,第二届中美青年学者论坛在美国亚特兰大佐治亚州卡特中心举办,中美两国青年学者就“中美新型大国关系影响下的未来国际格局”这一主题带来其最新研究成果。同时,参与本次论坛的青年学者还现场与Lyle Goldstein教授进行对话与交流。Lyle Goldstein教授是最新出版的《相向而行——如何缓和美中之间日渐显现的竞争关系》一书的作者。

2016年第三届中美青年学者论坛介绍
      2014年第一届论坛期间,前总统卡特先生提到,1979年,他与中国领导人邓小平同志会面后,中美达成共识,美国同意接收中国学生和学者。时隔30多年,到2015年,已有超过30万中国学生到美国学习。2013-2014年,接近1.5万美国学生在中国学习。此外,在其他方面也取得了令人瞩目的成绩,其中包括纽约大学和杜克大学在华开设分校。2016年8月,Schwartzman Scholars Program将在清华大学启动。
      然而,由于中美两国领导人在一些政策问题和教育交流上还未达成共识,致使两国关系前景瞬息万变。1949年以前,中美两国的特殊关系主要建立在文化和教育交流的基础上。时至今日,中美在教育方面的大量协议的签订,在不断扩大的双边关系中,进一步扮演复杂角色。本届论坛,我们将邀请中美青年学者,呈现他们的研究成果。这些研究成果包括中美两国有关教育交流的各个方面,以及教育交流对过去36年两国复杂关系的影响。我们也欢迎早期进入中美教育交流研究领域的学者参与活动。
      本届论坛将邀请中美两国青年学者(年龄在40周岁(含)以下)参与,尤其鼓励在读博士、博士后、副教授、智库分析人员积极参与,并于2016年5月10日之前提交中、英文600字以内的提纲。论坛参与者的选拔结果将在2016年5月30日公布,提交论文终稿的截止日期是2016年8月14日。本次论坛接受中英文的提纲和论文,但论坛的工作语言为英文。我们会邀请知名学者对报告论文进行指导和评论。
      欢迎广大有兴趣的40周岁(含)以下学者,将提纲(包含论文摘要和个人简介)在2016年5月10日之前发到zhongmeiluntan@163.com

      注:会议主办方将承担论文入选并在论坛发言的学者的全部落地费用。
 
论文征集关键时间点:
• 2016年5月10日  论文提纲提交截止时间
• 2016年5月30日  公布参与者选拔结果
• 2016年8月14日  论文终稿提交截止时间

 

 

CALL FOR PAPERS

The Third Forum for Young Chinese and American Scholars

Organized by The Carter Center and The Global Times

The People’s Republic of China
September 2016

The Impact of US-China Educational Exchanges on U.S.-China Bilateral Relations

In 2016, the Third Forum for Young Chinese and American Scholars will take place in China. The organizers invite young scholars from China and the U.S. to present their research findings that examine the past, present and the future of the relationship between educational exchange and U.S.-China bilateral relations.

BACKGROUND OF THE FORUM FOR YOUNG CHINESE AND AMERICAN SCHOLARS
In September 2014, the first Forum for Young Chinese and American Scholars, which was jointly organized by The Carter Center and the Global Times, convened successfully at the Xi’an Jiaotong University.  President Jimmy Carter attended the Forum and provided opening remarks. More than 20 young scholars from both countries presented their research on the theme “How to Build Future U.S.-China Relations in the Context of Turbulent International Relations”. Senior Chinese and American critiqued the presentations and offered comment for revision of the papers.

In October, 2015, the second Young Chinese and American Scholars Forum took place at The Carter Center in Atlanta, Georgia. Scholars from both countries shared their research on the topic “How Will the Future International Order Be Shaped by Past and Current U.S.-China interactions?”  Participating senior scholars also held a lively dialogue with Professor Lyle Goldstein, author of the recently published Meeting China Halfway: How to Defuse the Emerging US-China Rivalry.

THE THIRD FORUM, 2016
During the first Forum in 2014, President Carter mentioned that in 1979, following his conversation with Deng Xiaoping, the U.S. agreed to accept Chinese students and scholars after a hiatus of more than 30 years. By 2015, there were more than 300,000 Chinese students in America. Between 2013 and 2014, close to 15,000 American students were studying in the PRC.  Among other notable initiatives, New York University and Duke University have opened campuses in China, and the Schwartzman Scholars Program will be launched at Tsinghua University in August 2016.

While national leaders in both capitals disagree other on many policy issues, educational exchanges are rapidly changing the landscape of the bilateral relations in unprecedented ways. The special relationship between the U.S. and China before 1949 rested heavily on a broad foundation of cultural and educational linkages.  Today, massive Sino-American educational engagement again plays a complex role within the broader bilateral relationship.  This Forum will invite young US and Chinese scholars to present their research on all aspects of these bilateral educational exchanges and how they have influenced the dynamics of the complex relationship between the two nations in the past 36 years.  Researches into earlier periods of U.S.-China educational exchanges are also welcome.

PhD candidates, postdoctoral fellows, assistant and associate professors, think tank analysts, researchers and young professionals outside of academia under the age of 40 are all encouraged to send in their proposals.

Proposals in English or Chinese (no more than 300 words in English or 600 in Chinese) with professional biographical information, must be submitted by e-mail to either of the following addresses: zhongmeiluntan@163.com or zhongmeiluntan@gmail.com before May 10, 2016. Selection of participants to the forum will be announced on May 30, 2016.
The deadline for finalists to submit papers is August 14, 2016. The final paper can be in Chinese or English, but the forum will be conducted in English.  Senior scholars will provide comments on the selected papers.

If you have any questions, please feel free to email to either zhongmeiluntan@163.com or zhongmeiluntan@gmail.com or call the following number: 010-65369506 (the Global Times, Beijing) and 404-420-3884 (China Program, The Carter Center, Atlanta).

The conference organizers will cover all local expenses for all the paper presenting scholars. 

FORUM TIMELINE
● May 10, 2016 - Abstract due
● May 30, 2016 - notification of finalists
● August 14, 2016 -final papers due

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