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23 2024-02

【IAS】 The IAS x Interdisciplinary Academic Salon-1 was successfully held

2024-02-23T18:36:19+08:00

澳門大學人文社科高等研究院(高研院)主辦之第一期「跨學科學術沙龍」於2月20日在崇文樓高士軒成功舉辦。是次沙龍以「哲學、歷史、法律對話:探索知識與社會的交融」為主題,邀請人文學院副院長、哲學與宗教學系特聘教授——王慶節教授,高研院學術項目與刊物主任、人文學院歷史系特聘教授——林少陽教授,高研院院長、法學院講座教授——於興中教授作為主講人。

王慶節教授以哲學的觀點出發,以「親親相隱」為例,探討思想隨著時代的變遷產生間隙,恰是間隙激發了我們的思考,並且提醒我們重新檢視基本概念。透過重新思考,我們進行的研究可能會獲得截然不同的結果。另一方面,林少陽教授則以「禮」為出發點,深入探討古代朝貢體制。他表示儘管未受到儒家思想的約束,但由於契約的存在,國家仍然願意遵守制度,逐漸轉向「法」的層次。最後,於教授舉出荀子的「禮法結合」,總結道哲學是各種學問的母親,歷史則是無法迴避的一部分,法律只是一門實踐性學科,旨在公正地解決問題。

跨學科學術沙龍作為高研院全新學術系列活動,期望藉此增強校內師生跨學科研究活動及聯繫。是次活動不僅為師生提供展示研究成果的機會,亦為他們搭建了與其他專業同行交流的橋樑,打破傳統學科的界限,讓學生和教職員們能夠超越自身專業領域,探索不同學科之間的交叉點和合作潛力。

哲學、歷史和法律的交融是一個廣闊而深奥的領域,師生們通過探討隱、禮以及法律的實踐性,揭示了三者間的聯繫和影響。活動吸引逾60名參會者針對議題分享真知灼見,共同開拓學術研究的新領域。

The IAS x Interdisciplinary Academic Salon-1 was successfully held by IAS on 20 February 2024 in the Common Room at the Cultural Building. The event focused on “Philosophy, History, and Law in Dialogue: Exploring the Intersection of Knowledge and Society.” It featured Professor Qingjie Wang, Associate Dean of FAH, Distinguished Professor of the Department of Philosophy and Religious Studies of FAH, Professor Shaoyang Lin, Head of Academic Programme and Publication of IAS and Distinguished Professor of the Department of History of FAH, and Professor Xingzhong Yu, Director of IAS and Chair Professor of FLL, as the speakers.

Professor Wang discussed the concept of Kin Concealment from a philosophical perspective, emphasizing how gaps in thoughts arise with changing times, prompting us to rethink fundamental concepts and potentially leading to different research outcomes. Professor Lin delved into the ancient tribute system by beginning with the concept of “ritual.” He pointed out that even though countries are not obligated to follow Confucianism, they still adhere to the system due to the existence of contracts, gradually transitioning to a more legal approach. Finally, Professor Yu referred to Xunzi’s idea of the combination of “propriety and law” and summarized that philosophy is the foundation of various disciplines, history is an integral part that cannot be ignored, and law is a practical discipline aimed at resolving issues fairly.

The Interdisciplinary Academic Salon, a new event series by the IAS, aims to enhance interdisciplinary research activities and connections among faculty and students. The event allows faculty and students to present their research findings and engage in discussions with professionals from different fields. The event aims to go beyond the limits of traditional disciplines and explore how different subjects can intersect and collaborate.

The integration of philosophy, history, and law is a broad and profound field. Through discussions on concealment, ritual, and the practical aspects of law, 60 faculty and students explored the connections and influences among these subjects. They shared valuable insights on the topics, collectively expanding the frontiers of academic research.

【IAS】 The IAS x Interdisciplinary Academic Salon-1 was successfully held2024-02-23T18:36:19+08:00
19 2024-02

【IAS】IAS x Interdisciplinary Academic Salon – 1

2024-02-21T00:00:14+08:00

各位親愛的同事、同學:

澳門大學高研院現開辦全新學術活動「高研院跨學科學術沙龍」,藉此增強校內師生跨學科研究活動及師生間的聯繫,計劃每期邀請不同學者發表非正式的演講或對話,並進行討論。

首期沙龍邀請人文學院副院長、哲學與宗教學系特聘教授——王慶節教授,高研院學術項目與刊物主任、人文學院歷史系特聘教授——林少陽教授,高研院院長、法學院講座教授——於興中教授擔任講者。詳情請參閱如下:

  • 主題:哲學、歷史、法律對話:探索知識與社會的交融
  • 語言:
  • 日期:2024220日(星期二
  • 時間:12:30 – 14:00
  • 地點:高士軒 (E34 – 3007室)
  • 報名參與:https://go.um.edu.mo/49ct0nfd

我們誠邀各位教職員、學生及有興趣人士參與。有關高研院更多內容,請訪問高研院網站:https://ias.um.edu.mo/。如果您有任何疑問,請通過電子郵件的方式隨時與我們聯繫:ias.programme@um.edu.mo 

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【IAS】IAS x Interdisciplinary Academic Salon – 12024-02-21T00:00:14+08:00
16 2024-02

【IAS】IAS x Interdisciplinary Academic Salon – 1

2024-02-21T00:00:15+08:00

各位親愛的同事、同學:

澳門大學高研院現開辦全新學術活動「高研院跨學科學術沙龍」,藉此增強校內師生跨學科研究活動及師生間的聯繫,計劃每期邀請不同學者發表非正式的演講或對話,並進行討論。

首期沙龍邀請人文學院副院長、哲學與宗教學系特聘教授——王慶節教授,高研院學術項目與刊物主任、人文學院歷史系特聘教授——林少陽教授,高研院院長、法學院講座教授——於興中教授擔任講者。詳情請參閱如下:

  • 主題:哲學、歷史、法律對話:探索知識與社會的交融
  • 語言:
  • 日期:2024220日(星期二
  • 時間:12:30 – 14:00
  • 地點:高士軒 (E34 – 3007室)
  • 報名參與:https://go.um.edu.mo/49ct0nfd

我們誠邀各位教職員、學生及有興趣人士參與。有關高研院更多內容,請訪問高研院網站:https://ias.um.edu.mo/。如果您有任何疑問,請通過電子郵件的方式隨時與我們聯繫:ias.programme@um.edu.mo 

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【IAS】IAS x Interdisciplinary Academic Salon – 12024-02-21T00:00:15+08:00
16 2024-02

【IAS & FLL】 International Workshop on “The Global Regulation of Artificial Intelligence: China-EU Dialogues” (21-22 February 2024; E1-Auditorium+Zoom)

2024-02-23T00:00:16+08:00

Background of the Workshop

The past decade has witnessed a “global race for the development of artificial intelligence (AI)”. More recently the global awareness about ethical concerns and various risks related to AI have increased in parallel to the hype about its potential benefits, as it is reflected in the adoption of the UNESCO Recommendation on the Ethics of AI in November 2021. This means that the narrative of a race for the development of AI has now been expanded to a “global race to the regulation of AI”, as several leading jurisdictions in this field have proposed or already adopted national legislation on AI or matters related to AI. For instance, the European Union (EU) has agreed on the EU Artificial Intelligence Act (AIA) in December 2023, initially proposed in April 2021 as a comprehensive effort to guarantee a safe and trustworthy use of AI. The People’s Republic of China (PRC) has chosen a more sectoral regulatory approach and already adopted a number of national laws related to AI, such as the 2023 Provisions on the Administration of Algorithm-generated Recommendations for Internet Information Services, Provisions on the Administration of Deep Synthesis of Internet-based Information Services and the Interim Measures for the Administration of Generative Artificial Intelligence Services. In late October 2023, even the United States became active and adopted the Executive Order on Safe, Secure, and Trustworthy Artificial Intelligence while several other jurisdictions are pondering binding legislation on AI as well.

This narrative, however, has been criticized to bear some dangers to global peace and security. It is also misconceived, as the better option would be to pursue a “race to the global regulation of AI”. Although it can be expected that the future regulation of AI will mainly focus and materialize on the national level, the cross-cutting, cross-boundary and all pervasive nature of AI in combination with other technologies and innovations requires for parallel regulatory efforts to be taken at the global level. Moreover, some of the disruptive aspects of AI raise the question as to what extent the regulation of AI requires new modes of legal thinking and regulation as to allow for the necessary profound institutional reforms and adequate changes to the legal systems in their entirety to happen.

Objective

The primary objective of this workshop is to provide a comprehensive socio-technological and regulatory overview of the actions taken by China and the EU in the field of artificial intelligence. This serves a dual purpose: firstly, to gain valuable insights into the disruptive effects that AI has on human lives and national legal systems; and secondly, to utilize these insights in preparing for better global coordination and cooperation in the regulation and governance of AI.

With this workshop, we aim to collect a critical number of contributions in different areas of AI law that not only reflect the fundamental challenges posed by its disruptive effects but also offer novel solutions for future research supporting the law and policymaking process in this rapidly evolving area of technology.

Welcome!

We look forward to your active participation and valuable contribution through navigating the intricate intersections of artificial intelligence across diverse disciplines. Please scan the QR code on the poster or click here to register.

For more information about IAS, please visit the website of IAS at https://ias.um.edu.mo/. Should you have any questions or suggestions, please do not hesitate to contact us at ias.programme@um.edu.mo.  

 

【IAS & FLL】 International Workshop on “The Global Regulation of Artificial Intelligence: China-EU Dialogues” (21-22 February 2024; E1-Auditorium+Zoom)2024-02-23T00:00:16+08:00
8 2024-02

【IAS】IAS x Interdisciplinary Academic Salon – 1

2024-02-21T00:00:15+08:00

各位親愛的同事、同學:

澳門大學高研院現開辦全新學術活動「高研院跨學科學術沙龍」,藉此增強校內師生跨學科研究活動及師生間的聯繫,計劃每期邀請不同學者發表非正式的演講或對話,並進行討論。

首期沙龍邀請人文學院副院長、哲學與宗教學系特聘教授——王慶節教授,高研院學術項目與刊物主任、人文學院歷史系特聘教授——林少陽教授,高研院院長、法學院講座教授——於興中教授擔任講者。詳情請參閱如下:

  • 主題:哲學、歷史、法律對話:探索知識與社會的交融
  • 語言:
  • 日期:2024220日(星期二
  • 時間:12:30 – 14:00
  • 地點:高士軒 (Room3007 , E34)
  • 報名參與:https://go.um.edu.mo/49ct0nfd

我們誠邀各位教職員、學生及有興趣人士參與。有關高研院更多內容,請訪問高研院網站:https://ias.um.edu.mo/。如果您有任何疑問,請通過電子郵件的方式隨時與我們聯繫:ias.programme@um.edu.mo 

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【IAS】IAS x Interdisciplinary Academic Salon – 12024-02-21T00:00:15+08:00
1 2024-02

【IAS】IAS x Interdisciplinary Academic Salon – 1

2024-02-21T00:00:15+08:00

各位親愛的同事、同學:

澳門大學高研院現開辦全新學術活動「高研院師生跨學科學術沙龍」,藉此增強校內師生跨學科研究活動及師生間的聯繫。計劃每期邀請不同學者發表非正式的演講或者對話,並進行討論。

首期沙龍邀請人文學院副院長、哲學與宗教學系特聘教授——王慶節教授,高研院學術項目與刊物主任、人文學院歷史系特聘教授——林少陽教授,高研院院長、法學院講座教授——於興中教授擔任講者。詳情請參閱如下:

  • 主題:哲學、歷史、法律對話:探索知識與社會的交融
  • 語言:
  • 日期:2023220日(星期二
  • 時間:12:30 – 14:00
  • 地點:高士軒 (Room3007,E34)
  • 報名參與:https://go.um.edu.mo/49ct0nfd

我們誠邀各位教職員、學生及有興趣人士參與。有關高研院更多内容,請訪問高研院網站:https://ias.um.edu.mo/。如果您有任何疑問,請通過電子郵件的方式隨時與我們聯繫:ias.programme@um.edu.mo 

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【IAS】IAS x Interdisciplinary Academic Salon – 12024-02-21T00:00:15+08:00
19 2023-12

【IAS】Distinguished Guest Lecture, “International Migration to the United States in the New Millennium: Policy Making, Reform, and Impacts” was successfully held

2024-01-01T00:00:11+08:00

高研院特邀嘉賓講座「新千年中的美國移民: 決策、改革和影響」,於12月11日在大學展館演講廳成功舉辦,本次講座邀請到美國洛杉磯加州大學(UCLA)社會學和亞美研究學終身講座教授、王文祥伉儷美中關係與傳媒基金講座教授,UCLA亞太中心主任,美國藝術與科學院、美國國家科學院院士以及高研院學術委員會成員——周敏教授擔任主講人,並由澳門大學人文社科高等研究院院長,法學院講座教授——於興中教授擔任主持。

本次講座中,周敏教授首先概述了美國移民法律和規則的長期變化,以及移民政策制定背後的動機和影響。其中包括《排華法案》的通過,以及1924年《國家起源法》對不同國家採取移民配額限制,導致移民數量大幅下降。而1965 年《哈特-凱勒法》則廢除 1924 年建立的國民出身配額制度,確立了當代美國移民法的基本結構。

周教授總結,美國是一個移民國家,而其移民政策的變化又對社會人口結構和移民融合產生深遠影響。各地移民努力融入美國主流社會,但卻遭遇文化、種族等結構性障礙。如今,美國的移民政策制定已經種族化,並影響了美國社會的同化和造成了結構性不平等。

本次講座吸引了吸引逾100名來自校內外不同領域和專業的老師和同學參與,並就美國社會結構性不平等的問題展開了熱烈討論。

IAS Distinguished Guest Lecture, “International Migration to the United States in the New Millennium: Policy Making, Reform, and Impacts” was successfully held on 11 December 2023 at the Auditorium, UM Gallery. The lecture featured Professor Min Zhou, a Distinguished Professor of Sociology and Asian American Studies, Walter and Shirley Wang Endowed Chair in US-China Relations and Communications and Director of the Asia Pacific Center at the University of California, Los Angeles, a member of the American Academy of Arts and Sciences and the U.S. National Academy of Sciences, and a member of IAS Academic Committee, as the keynote speaker. Professor Xingzhong Yu, Director of the IAS and Chair Professor of the Department of Global Legal Studies of the Faculty of Law assumed the role of moderator.

An outline of the long-term changes to U.S. immigration laws and regulations, along with the motivations behind and effects of immigration policy-making, was given by Professor Zhou. This included the 1924 National Origins Act and the Chinese Exclusion Act, which limited the number of immigrants allowed entry into the states through the National Origins Quota System and significantly reduced immigration. The National Origins Quota System, which was put in place in 1924, was eliminated by the Immigration and Nationality Act of 1965, also known as the Hart-Celler Act, which also established the foundation for current U.S. immigration law.

Professor Zhou concluded that immigrants make up the majority of the United States, and changes in immigration laws have had a significant effect on both the demographic structure of the country and the integration of immigrants into American society. Immigrants have made an effort to blend in with American society, but they encountered structural barriers including ethnic and cultural distinctions. Racialized immigration policymaking has affected assimilation, shaped American society’s structural disparities, and become a major source of contention today.

The lecture attracted over 100 participants, including teachers and students from various fields and disciplines both from within and outside the university, who actively engaged in a lively discussion on the issue of structural inequalities in American society.

【IAS】Distinguished Guest Lecture, “International Migration to the United States in the New Millennium: Policy Making, Reform, and Impacts” was successfully held2024-01-01T00:00:11+08:00
15 2023-11

【IAS】 The Guest Lecture “The Xinhai Revolution and Antiquity in the Qing Imperial Palace: An Illustration of Naito Konan’s Feng Tian Palace Investigation” was successfully conducted

2023-12-15T00:04:12+08:00

高研院嘉賓講座:「辛亥革命與清室古物——以內藤湖南的奉天宮殿調查為例」於11月6日在大學展館演講廳成功舉辦,本次講座邀請到同志社大學大學院Global Studies研究科教授、東京大學名譽教授——村田雄二郎教授主講,同時亦邀請到澳門大學人文學院歷史系特聘教授——林少陽教授擔任主持。

村田教授以內藤湖南在奉天宮殿的調查為切入點,深入探討了中國近代歷史的變革。他首先提到清朝民初時期政府出台的保存古物的各項政策,隨後詳細介紹了內藤湖南前往奉天進行的五次調查研究,在這些調查中,內藤湖南親自前往東北地區考察與清史相關的景點,並紀錄了該地的照片。最後村田教授以中國歷史的變革來闡述內藤湖南第五次調查失敗的原因。

村田教授強調,儘管這次介紹的是內藤湖南的調查研究,但其牽涉到了晚清時期的許多政治活動,如趙都督起初對內藤湖南拍攝文物的工作特別照顧,但在清室退位後卻突然禁止內藤湖南拍照調查。講座期間,村田教授討論了古物保護管理的變化,特別是關於清室古物是公產還是大清皇帝的私產的問題。直到1925年故宮博物院成立後,文物定性的問題才得到結論。

這場講座為聽眾帶來了一個嶄新的晚清歷史視角,吸引了現場及線上近一百五十位學生和學者積極參與,並進行提問和激烈討論。

The Guest Lecture Series, titled “The Xinhai Revolution and Antiquity in the Qing Imperial Palace: An Illustration of Naito Konan’s Feng Tian Palace Investigation” was successfully held on November 6th at the Auditorium, UM Gallery. The lecture featured Professor Yujiro Murata, Professor of the Graduate School of Global Studies at Doshida University and Professor Emeritus at the University of Tokyo, as the keynote speaker. Professor Shaoyang Lin, from the Department of History at the UM, served as the moderator.

Professor Murata analyzed the transitions of modern Chinese history by starting with Naito Konan’s investigation of the Feng Tian Palace. He introduced the policies related to preserving antiquities announced by the government from the Qing Dynasty to the Republic of China. He went on to give a detailed overview of Naito Konan’s five research studies carried out at Feng Tian Palace. During these studies, Naito visited and took photographs of significant historical sites in Northeast China that are associated with the Qing Dynasty. Professor Murata provided an explanation for the failure of Naito Konan’s fifth investigation, taking into account the historical changes that had taken place in China.

While the main focus was on Naito Kanon’s investigation, Professor Murata emphasized that it also covered various political activities during the late Qing Dynasty. Commander Erxun Zhao initially supported Naito Konan in the investigation of antiquity’s photography. However, after the Qing Dynasty abdication, Zhao suddenly prohibited Naito Konan from taking photographs. Professor Murata discussed the changes in the protection of antiquities, focusing specifically on whether the antiquities of the Qing emperors were considered public or private property. The issue of cultural relic classification was not entirely settled until the founding of the Palace Museum in 1925.

The lecture provided the audience with a new perspective on late Qing Dynasty history. It drew almost 150 students and scholars who engaged both on-site and via live-streaming, resulting in spirited questioning and conversations.

【IAS】 The Guest Lecture “The Xinhai Revolution and Antiquity in the Qing Imperial Palace: An Illustration of Naito Konan’s Feng Tian Palace Investigation” was successfully conducted2023-12-15T00:04:12+08:00
10 2023-11

【IAS】 The Philosophy Forum Distinguished Scholars Series was successfully conducted

2023-12-09T00:00:12+08:00

Organized by the Institute of Advanced Studies in Humanities and Social Sciences and co-hosted by the Faculty of Arts and Humanities, the “Philosophy Forum Distinguished Scholars Series” was successfully held from October 31st to November 1st, 2023. This event gathered influential philosophers and experts around the world to share their academic knowledge and perspectives. Additionally, professors from different disciplines, both within and outside the university, were involved as moderators and panelists, promoting interdisciplinary cooperation. These discussions sparked profound contemplation of scientific principles and the human perspective on the world.

The inaugural lecture, “Where Did Red Go?” presented by Professor Jiaying Chen, commenced with an exploration of the absence of the color red as a point of departure, gradually unraveling the evolution of the connection between science and the human worldview. Professor Chen first referenced Galileo’s theory, which categorized the properties of objects into primary and secondary qualities. He then delved into the physiological mechanisms behind color perception and pondered the essence of color existence. Conclusively, Professor Chen emphasized the importance of studying the objective properties of existing entities, asserting its pivotal role in advancing scientific progress.

The second lecture, titled “Silence and Black-and-White” and delivered by Professor Zhouxing Sun. The lecture discussed four key aspects: the fusion of sound and color in the world, fundamental issues at the intersection of sound and color, sound-color nihilism, and an examination of hearing silence and observing darkness. This involved analyzing how metaphysical contemplation in ancient times was understood and how it has been treated in modern European scientific contexts. This includes examining whether it has been reduced to purely physical explanations or simplified in any way. Professor Sun extensively examined the connection between sound and color, introducing a distinctive theory on the presence of sound-color and providing a new point of view to comprehend this domain.

The third lecture, presented by Professor Yuk Hui under the title “Machine and Nothingness,” delved into the complexities of machine thinking. Professor Hui shared his experiences of using artificial intelligence software, such as ChatGPT, to explore philosophical questions. This discussion prompted reflections on how humans perceive machine thinking, human existence, and the concept of “nothingness” in relation to machines.

This event, which took place both on-site and through live-streaming, not only presented the profound ideas of esteemed philosophers but also sparked a renewed contemplation of the philosophical foundations behind events and a reassessment of the connection between humanity and the world. With the participation of over 600 scholars and students from both local and international backgrounds, the event sparked lively and passionate discussions.

由澳門大學人文社科高等研究院主辦、人文學院協辦之「哲學名師系列講堂」,於2023年10月31日至11月1日成功舉辦。是次活動除邀請海內外著名哲學專家學者分享其學術見解,更邀請到校內外不同學系教授擔任主持人、與談人,藉此促進學科交流協作,引發對科學和人類世界觀的深入思考和熱烈討論。

首場講座以陳嘉映教授主講的「紅色哪裡去了」拉開序幕,陳教授以紅色去了哪裡作切入點,由淺至深講述科學關係和人類世界觀演變的過程。陳教授首先提到了伽利略區分事物性質的理論,將其分為第一類性質和第二類性質。隨後他介紹了看到顏色的生理機制,以及對顏色存在本質的思考。最後,陳教授強調研究客觀存在物性質的重要性,提出如此才能促進科學進步。

第二場講座以「寂聲與黑白」為主題,講者孫周興教授聚焦四個要點:世界是聲色的、聲與色的根本問題、聲色虛無主義、聽無聲與觀黑暗,分析了古典時期的自然人類對兩者做了形而上學的沉思與近代歐洲科學的-物理的還原主義或簡化主義的處理。孫教授深入探討聲色世界的現象學,提出了一種獨特的聲色存在論,為聲色世界現象學的解讀提供新鮮視角。

第三場講座由許煜教授主講,透過「機器與虛無」的主題探討機器思考的問題,並分享利用人工智能軟件ChatGPT解答相關哲學問題的經驗,引發了人們對機器思考和人類生存狀況的反思,以及「無」對機器來說意味著甚麼。

是次活動以現場及線上直播同時進行,不僅展示了傑出哲學學者的思考示範,也激發了對於現象背後哲學原理和對人類與世界關係的重新思考,吸引了來自本地和國際超過600人次學生及學者參與,引發熱烈討論。

【IAS】 The Philosophy Forum Distinguished Scholars Series was successfully conducted2023-12-09T00:00:12+08:00
7 2023-11

【IAS】 “South China Quarterly” indexed in the Chinese Social Sciences Citation Index (CSSCI)

2023-12-09T00:01:11+08:00

日前,南京大學中國社會科學研究評價中心致函《南國學術》編輯部,由澳門大學編輯出版的《南國學術》入選為CSSCI(2023-2024)來源期刊。據悉,自2023年起,CSSCI正式啟動收錄澳門特別行政區有關高校和研究機構主辦出版的學術期刊的計畫。該舉措印證本澳學術期刊日漸受到内地學術界和期刊界的關注與認可,《南國學術》與有榮焉。在此之前,在以往的努力下,《南國學術》已經吸引了一批高端作者群體,加之新的編輯體制強化了以同行外審和校內執行編委體制為中心的內外編輯體制,也進一步有了相對穩定的較為優質的稿源,此次獲得CSSCI認證,更令雜誌錦上添花。

中文社會科學引文索引(Chinese Social Sciences Citation Index)是由南京大學中國社會科學研究評估中心開發研製的人文社會科學引文資料庫。CSSCI遵循文獻計量學規律,採取定量與定性相結合的方法從全國2700餘種中文人文社會科學學術性期刊中精選出學術性強、編輯規範的期刊作為來源期刊。 CSSCI為國內外數百所高等院校和科研院的學術研究提供了幫助,在我國學術界和期刊界產生了重要影響。

《南國學術》是一本以“大人文,跨學科,超界域”爲發稿理念的綜合性人文社會科學學術理論期刊,面向全球人文社會科學研究者和讀者。既探討全球問題、區域問題,也探討中國問題;在以全球視角看東方和中國的同時,還以東方視角關注世界問題。創刊十年來,《南國學術》秉承內容厚重、形式清新、觀點鮮明、論述深刻的美文風格,不斷發掘優質學者稿源,傳播人文前沿博識新知,致力成爲大中華地區一本具有標竿性、旗幟性、國際性、引領性的中文學術期刊。

今年4月,《南國學術》入選“2022年度複印報刊資料高轉載期刊名錄”(中國人民大學書報資料中心),具體包括“人文社科綜合性期刊”、“高等院校主辦人文社科學報”、“歷史學學科期刊”和“中國史學科期刊”的高轉載率和高轉載指數名錄。此前,《南國學術》已兩次(2017年版、2020年版)入選複印報刊資料重要來源期刊名錄。

《南國學術》全文可在澳門大學人文社科高等研究院網站查閱,網址:https://ias.um.edu.mo/scq/?lang=zh-hant

 

Recently, the Institute of Chinese Social Sciences Research and Assessment of Nanjing University, China, sent a letter to the editorial department of South China Quarterly, the flagship journal of humanities and Social Sciences of the University of Macau, indicating that South China Quarterly, has been selected as a source journal for “the Chinese Social Science Citation Index” (CSSCI) (2023-2024). It is reported that starting in 2023, CSSCI has officially initiated a program to include academic journals published by universities and research institutions in the Macao Special Administrative Region. This move indicates the increasing attention and recognition of Macao-based academic journals by mainland academic and journal communities, and “South China Quarterly” is honored to be a part of this achievement. Before its recognition as CSSCI source journal, South China Quarterly had already gained its reputation among the established scholars who would like to contribute to it. Further to this existing achievement, SCQ has reformed itself into a new editing system based on strict external peer review and responsible internal editing by an executive editorial team within and without the University. This gives us more stable source of high-quality submissions by excellent authors. The recognition of SCQ as a CSSCI source journal, needless to say, is adding brilliance to SCQ’s existing splendour.

The Chinese Social Sciences Citation Index (CSSCI) is a humanities and social sciences citation database developed and produced by the Institute of Chinese Social Sciences Research and Assessment of Nanjing University. CSSCI follows the rules of bibliometrics and selects high-quality, editorially standard journals from over 2,700 Chinese humanities and social sciences academic journals, using a combination of quantitative and qualitative methods. CSSCI provides essential assistance to academic research at hundreds of domestic and international higher education institutions and research institutions, exerting significant influence within the academic and journal communities in China.

South China Quarterly is a comprehensive academic theoretical journal in the humanities and social sciences with the editorial philosophy of “Great Humanities, Interdisciplinary, and Beyond Boundaries.” It is aimed at global humanities and social science researchers and readers. The journal not only explores global and regional issues but also delves into Chinese issues. While it takes a global perspective on the East and China, it also adopts an Eastern perspective to address global issues. For a decade since its inception, “South China Quarterly” has maintained rich contents, fresh format, distinct viewpoints, and profound discourse, continuously discovering high-quality scholarly contributions, disseminating cutting-edge knowledge in the humanities, and striving to be a benchmark, flagship, and leading international academic journal in the Greater China region.

In April of this year, South China Quarterly was selected for the “2022 Annual Reproduction and Transcription Journals High Transcription Rate Journal List” (Information Center for Social Sciences, Renmin University of China), specifically in the categories of “Comprehensive Humanities and Social Sciences Journals,” “Higher Education Institution-Hosted Humanities and Social Science Journals,” “Historical Discipline Journals,” and “Chinese Historical Discipline Journals” with high transcription rates and high transcription indices. Previously, South China Quarterly had been selected twice (2017 and 2020 editions) in “the Important Source Journal List of Reproduction and Transcription Journals”.

The full text of South China Quarterly can be accessed on the University of Macau’s Institute of Advanced Studies in Humanities and Social Sciences website at https://ias.um.edu.mo/scq/?lang=zh-hant

 

【IAS】 “South China Quarterly” indexed in the Chinese Social Sciences Citation Index (CSSCI)2023-12-09T00:01:11+08:00
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