预告:严文强博士广东首场高端英语国学讲座将与2012年5月26日举行

备注: 本讲座系纯英文课

                                                   Lecture Notice

Join us for a free lecture in English  hear Dr. Wenqiang Yan a Visiting Scholar from Harvard Law School speak about Eastern and Western cultural differences from the Analects of Confucius.
 
Saturday, 5/26/2012 2:30pm. – 4:30 pm in the Lecture Room of 
 Secondary Campuses of China-Hong Kong English School
Add:ChengGui Road,WuGuiShan District,Zhongshan City
Consultation Tel:0760--23378780 88220002   
 Registration @:zspa2011@163.com (Include: Names, Number of people and  Contact tel )
 
Organized  by:Zhongshan People’s Association for Friendship with Foreign Countries
                           Zhongshan Sinology Promotion Association
Hosted  by:Zhongshan China-Hong Kong English School
Supported  by:Xinhui  Inyernational Education Grop
                           Zhongshan overseas Chinese Commercial Association
 
·Why Confucius: great influence on Chinese culture from Confucius
·Who is Confucius: life history of Confucius
·What did Confucius say: some misunderstandings about Confucius
·Where is Confucius : recent transformation of Chinese culture and people’s attitudes towards Confucius
 
Dr. Wenqiang Yan teaches at Southwest University of Political Science and Law (SUPSL) and the Centre for the Study of Ethnic Minority Customary Laws in Chongqing, China. Prior to SUPSL, he taught in elementary, junior and senior high schools in rural areas for 13 years, gaining a lot of first-hand experiences on Chinese transformation.  Dr. Yan is one of the foremost legal experts in China who is in great demand on the speaking circuit in the U.S. Other groups that have had the privilege of hearing Dr. Yan are:  
Asian Legal Study Center at Harvard Law School
Hope church
Somerville Cambridge Elderly Service Centre
Cambridge Rindge and Latin School
Chinese Culture Centre at Harvard
Georgetown University
New York State University Oswego Campus
Oklahoma University and its Confucius Institute
Oklahoma City University
United States District Court: Western District of Oklahoma
Western New England University
Umass Boston
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备注:严文强博士简介:西南政法大学副教授,目前作为哈佛大学法学院东亚法律研究中心访问学者,在从事国家社科基金课题研究的同时,在美国波士顿剑桥拉丁高中,剑桥老年服务局董事会,希望教堂,大波士顿地区中国文化中心,哈佛大学东亚法律研究中心,哈佛大学中国文化工作坊,乔治敦大学,纽约州立大学,美国联邦法院俄克拉荷马地区法庭,俄克拉荷马大学孔子学院,俄克拉荷马城市大学外语学院,西新英格兰大学法学院,马萨诸塞州立大学波士顿校区用英语讲《弟子规》、《中国传统法律文化》、《中国传统孝道及其挑战》、《中国少数民族地区纠纷解决机制》等主题,被誉为“国学使者”,深受赞誉。

                                                   Wenqiang Yan

                                    Phd of Law 

Associate Professor, Research Centre for Legal History and Ethnic Minority Laws
Southwest University of Political Science and Law
Visiting Scholar, Harvard Law School
 AddressShapingba Chongqing
People’s Republic of China
Post code:400032  
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Academic Profile
Major fields: Chinese legal history;  Chinese minority ethnic customary laws
Teaching competence: History of Chinese legal system and legal thought, Chinese minority ethnic customary laws,
Current project:   Book tentatively titled THE TRANSFORMATION OF TRADITONAL MINORITY LAWS considers the impact of modern state upon the legal tradition of minority areas; State granted research project, Conflict or Cooperate: The Relationship Between State and Customary Laws: take Liangshan Yi Community As a Case Study
 Working Experience
July, 2003-- present     Southwest University of Political Science and Law, as a associate professor and researcher
July,1997 -- July, 2000    Chongqing Foreign Language School, lecturer
July,1990 -- July,1997     Houba High School, Jiangyou,Sichuan , lecturer
 
Education
2008                 Doctor of Law, Southwest University of Political Science and Law,Thesis: OTHER KIND OFCHINESE TRADITION:YI MINORITY LAWS
2003    Master of Law, Southwest University of Political Science and Law, Thesis: HAYEK’S PHILOSOPHY OF LAW AND ITS IMPLIFICATION FOR CHINESE BACKGROUND
1999                                Bachelor of Law, Southwest University of Political Science and Law
 Selected Recent Publications.
2010       The legal thought of Jiangzeming, published on History of Chinese Legal Thought   
2009     “On the system of QIUSHEN in Qing Dynasty”, published on 3rd edition of Commercial Masses,pp172-176.   
2009    Order, Justice and Freedom, published on 2nd edition of Law and Society, pp367-371.
2009   The Transformation of Traditional Disputing Solving System, published on Chinese Judicial Tradition, pp990-998.
2009    The Case Study in Legal Anthropology, published on 5th edition of Jianghan Forum,124-129.
2009    Traditional Minority Marriage Law and Its Operation, published on 4th edition of Journal of NinXia University,pp109-114.
2009     Translating A Classic in Spite of Itself: The Cheyenne Way and the Case Method in Legal Anthropology by John M. Conley and William M. O'Barr
2008    “On the Concept of Zhongdao and Its Impact on Confucian Legal Thought”, published on 2nd edition of Theory and Modernization, pp215-219
2008     “The Transformation of Liangshan Yi Marriage Law” (English language)published in US- China Law Review, Volume 5, 2008, pp24-32
2008    The Study on Disputes and Their Solving in Legal Anthropology, published on 3rd edition of Journal of NinXia University,pp122-129
2008   Consise History of Foreign Legal Though, Coeditor,and wrote the third chapter,published by Renmin University Press,pp134-146.
2008    “How Market Economy Enfluences Chinese Customary Laws”, published on 6th edition of Commerce and Modernization,pp273-277
2008    Translating LEGAL ANTHROPOLOGY COMES HOME: A BRIEF HISTORY OF THE ETHNOGRAPHIC STUDY OF LAW by John M. Conley and William M. O'Barr
2007   “Reconsider the Legal Thought of Lijiao Group in Qing Dynasty”, published on 1st edition of Jianghan Forum,pp336-353
2007   “The Local Judge and Its Traditional Role”, published on 6st edition of Justice and Law,pp8-15
2007   “The Defeat of Reason by Power : the Transformation of Chinese Judicial System Between 1957 and 1977”(English language)co-authored with PeitianZhang published on 1st edition of Justice and Law,pp1-19
2007    Translating The Enduring Influence of. Malinowski's Crime and Custom in Savage Society by John M. Conley and William M. O'Barr
2007     Translating, The development of legal anthropology 1949-1999 by Sally Falk Moore
Conference Participation
 
2009    “Is the Harmony Possible”, Paper presented at the Conference on Dialogue between Customary and Modern State Law, Liangshan Research Centre, August 1-7, 2009.
2008    Traditional Disputing Solving System and Its Transformation”, Paper presented at the Conference on Chinese Legal Traditions and Traditional Juridical Systems. Southwest University of Political Science and Law, Chongqing, China. October 23-24, 2008.
 
Invited Lectures
2011 -2012                      Lectures in  
  • Asian Legal Study Center at Harvard Law School
  • Hope church
  • Somerville Cambridge Elderly Service Centre
  • Cambridge Rindge and Latin School
  • Chinese Culture Centre at Harvard
  • Georgetown University
  • New York State University Oswego Campus
  • Oklahoma University and its Confucius Institute
  • Oklahoma City University
  • United States District Court: Western District of Oklahoma
  • Western New England University
  • Umass Boston
  • FulbrightDelegation
2010      Lectures for Fulbright Scholars Delegation
a. Confucian Filial Piety and Its Influence On the Legal System and Its Operation
 b.   “How Chinese Ethnic Minorities Solve Their Disputes”
          Lecture for 80 high school headmasters from the USA
             The Educational Thought of Confucius and Its Modern impact
2009    The Comparison Between Chinese and Western Legal CultureChongqing Normal University, April 3rd, 2009.  
2008    "Chinese Traditional Classics and Their Modern Roles", Chongqing Normal University, Sep.23rd, 2008
2008        "Chinese Traditional Religion and Its Influence on Legal System", students and professors from Bond University, Australia,  Stilwell International College
 2008         "Major Characteristica of Traditional Chinese Legal System", students and professors from Miami University, USA,  Stilwell International College
2007                   “Chinese legal Culture and Its Trasformation”, students and professors from            
Drake University, USA,  Stilwell International College
2006       “ Filial Piety and Its Influence on Chinese Life”, students and professors fromMartin-Luther-Universität Halle, Germany,  Stilwell International College