• The Notice of the Ninth Youth Academic Salon of IHNS
  • Update Time: 2014-05-13

  TopicEurasian Transfer in Science and Technology Intended and Un-intended Consequences of Intercultural Knowledge Transfer 

  SpeakerCord Eberspächer (培高德) 

  AbstractThe transfer of knowledge between China and the West is certainly among the most important issues in the modernization of China and has implications until today. When China started to import Western technologies in the mid-nineteenth century, probably no Chinese official knew the full scope of the consequences they were setting in motion. Although the period of self-strengthening has laid the very foundations for Chinese modernization, it has received surprisingly little attention. This long-term project is intended to challenge old view, create new insights and bring Chinese and Western researchers into a close exchange. 

  Time15:00—16:30 on May 15, 2014 

  LocationMeeting Room 209, IHNS 

  Brief Introduction of the SpeakerDr. Cord Eberspächer(培高德)is Historian and Sinologist. His research concentrates on Sino-German relations during the late Qing period with special attention on military and naval history. After positions in the Prussian State Archive and the University of Bristol he is the German Director of the Confucius Institute at the Heinrich-Heine-University in Duesseldorf since 2010.