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Crisis, Otherness and Representation

Projects

Digital Translations and the Production of Knowledge about China: Ethnography and Action Research (DIGITRANS)

Maialen Marín-Lacarta (Principal Investigator), Henry Jones, Clara Yu, Ester Torres-Simón, Antonio Paoliello, Manuel Pavón-Belizón, Begoña Ruiz de Infante, Teresa Tejeda-Martín, Belén Cuadra-Mora. Research Challenges Grant (JIN category), Ministry of Science and Innovation, Spain (ref.: PID2020-119957RJ-I00/AEI/10.13039/501100011033, €181.500). Duration: 36 months, 12.2020-12.2023. 

 

Taphonomies of Cross-Cultural Knowledge: Interactions between Europe and East Asia in the 19th and 20th centuries

Carles Prado-Fonts and David Martínez-Robles (Principal Investigators), Carles Brasó Broggi, Montserrat Crespín, Mònica Ginés, Ning Siwen, Maialen Marín-Lacarta, Xavier Ortells-Nicolau, Rocío Ortuño Casanova, Manuel Pavón-Belizón. Ministry of Economy and Competitiveness (ref.: PID2019-108637GB-I00, 45.980€), 2020-2023. 

This project is related to Archivo China-España, an open-access, digital archive that brings together textual and visual documents on the interactions between Spain and China between the mid-nineteenth century and mid-twentieth century of interest for the academic community and the general public. For more information, please visit the project website: http://ace.uoc.edu.

 

Completed projects

Hong Kong and its Literature through a Double Lens: English and French Anthologies of Translated Fiction. Maialen Marin-Lacarta (Principal Investigator). “Hong Kong and its Literature through a Double Lens: English and French Anthologies of Translated Fiction,” Early Career Scheme (ECS), Research Grants Council (RGC), Hong Kong SAR, (€50,545). Duration (24 months): 01.2019-12.2020

Innovations in Methodologies and Syllabi: Digital Humanities and Philippine Literature. Rocío Ortuño (director), Erasmus+ K2 programme, project code: 2020-1-BE02-KA203-074821.

China-Spain Archive. A Quantitative and Qualitative Analysis of Interactions between China and Spain (1850-1950) and their Impact On Colonial and Cross-Cultural Studies. Carles Prado-Fonts and David Martínez-Robles (Principal Investigators), Carles Brasó Broggi, Mònica Ginés, Ning Siwen, Xavier Ortells-Nicolau, Rocío Ortuño Casanova, Manuel Pavón-Belizón. Ministry of Economy and Competitiveness (ref.: HAR2016-79995-P, €30,000), 2017-2019.

Philippines at the crossroads: mapping the international presence in the Philippine literary field in Spanish between 1872 and 1945. Rocío Ortuño (Principal Investigator), BOF (Bijzonder Onderzoeksfonds) – modality KLEIN BOF (7.500€), 01/04/2018 -31/03/2019.

1839–1 939年間西班牙與中國的接觸重現在歐洲與臺灣的檔案室裏 (Sino-Spanish Encounters in Taiwanese and European Archives: 1839-1939). David Martínez-Robles (Principal Investigator), Carles Prado-Fonts. Chiang Ching-kuo Foundation, (€20.000), 2015-2018.

Grups de Recerca Reconeguts i Finançats per la Generalitat de Catalunya. David Martínez-Robles (Principal Investigator), Rubén Carrillo, Montse Crespín, Lluc López, Carles Prado-Fonts. Ministry of Economy and Research, Government of Catalonia (ref.: 2014 SGR 488 3811, €13,600), 2014-2017.

Digital Translations in the Making: Hong Kong Contemporary Fiction in Spanish. Maialen Marin-Lacarta (Principal Investigator), Mireia Vargas-Urpi. General Research Fund (GRF), Research Grants Council (RGC), Hong Kong SAR, (HK$135,000), 2015-2017.

Interacciones entre España y China en la época contemporánea: 1898-1949. Carles Prado-Fonts (Principal Investigator), Carles Brasó Broggi, Rubén Carrillo, Montse Crespín, Maialen Marín, David Martínez-Robles, Antonio Paoliello. Ministry of Science and Innovation (ref.: MICINN HAR2012-34823, €48,000), 2013-2016.

A corpus of Hong Kong Fiction Anthologies in Chinese, English and French. Maialen Marin-Lacarta (Principal Investigator), Faculty Research Grant, Hong Kong Baptist University, (HK$50,000), 2015.

Ningbo Merchants in the Cold War, 1949-1979. Carles Brasó Broggi. Chiang Ching-kuo Foundation (Postdoctoral Research Grants), 2012-2014.

 

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