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2018年首届“粤港澳大湾区文化研究论坛”
 
论坛日期:2018年6月初
论坛地点:中国广州
主办单位:广州大学人文学院
协办单位:深圳大学传媒与文化研究中心,香港中文大学文化及宗教研究系,
          澳门大学历史系,美国圣路易斯华盛顿大学东亚语言与文化系
论坛主题:粤港澳大湾区与当代中国流行文化的兴起
 
 “粤港澳大湾区文化研究论坛”总体构想
 
20173月5日,在十二届全国人大五次会议上,国务院总理李克强在政府工作报告中提出,要推动内地与港澳深化合作,研究制定粤港澳大湾区城市群发展规划,发挥港澳独特优势,提升其在国家经济发展和对外开放中的地位与功能。粤港澳城市群的定位从区域性的经济合作体正式上升为国家级的全球竞争体,彰显出前所未有的国际战略价值。
 
粤港澳大湾区包括广州、佛山、肇庆、深圳、东莞、惠州、珠海、中山、江门九个市和香港、澳门两个特别行政区,是继纽约湾区、旧金山湾区、东京湾区之后的世界四大湾区之一,与上述三个湾区不同的是,香港回归以来,一国两制基本国策有力推进,粤港澳大湾区涵纳两个特别行政区,以及两种不同的制度与文化,兼容了多元文化价值,其发展对于“后全球金融危机时代”的世界与中国具有重要意义。与此同时,粤港澳大湾区不仅是一个经济合作区域,同时也是一个文化相似性、同源性程度很高的文化交流合作区域,大湾区几个主要城市分享着具有悠久历史和现实依据的文化认同,深入挖掘并进一步推进这种湾区文化认同,对于湾区经济合作同样具有重要的战略意义。
 
正是基于这样一种宏观语境,广州大学联合香港、澳门、深圳等湾区主要城市,发起“粤港澳大湾区文化研究论坛”,邀请国内、国际文化研究领域的专家学者汇聚一堂,就粤港澳大湾区建设背景下文化发展相关问题进行学术探讨。综合而言,“粤港澳大湾区文化研究论坛”旨在打造一个常规性的学术平台,以充分调动人文社会科学的理论能量与问题意识,对粤港澳大湾区的历史资源、现实机制、社会情态、价值趋向等问题进行综合考察与深入阐释,为粤港澳大湾区在文化价值层面上的良性发展探明路径,贡献智慧。
 
论坛讨论议题包括:
1、粤港澳大湾区大众流行文化相关问题理论与个案研究
2、粤港澳大湾区与内地流行文化的发生与演化
3、粤港澳大湾区文化生态关键词、新趋向、新挑战
4、流行文化与粤港澳大湾区文化共同体的建构
5、粤港澳大湾区大众文化与地方城市、城镇等特色文化的关系
6、粤港澳大湾区流行文化与地方特色旅游关系研究
7、其他相关议题等。
 
“粤港澳大湾区文化研究论坛”由广州大学联合深圳大学传媒与文化研究中心、香港中文大学文化及宗教研究系、澳门大学历史系、美国圣路易斯华盛顿大学东亚语言与文化系等共同发起,建立长期协作机制,定期举办。首届论坛将在广州大学举办。
第一届论坛:“粤港澳大湾区与当代中国流行文化的兴起”
 
回顾中国内地从1970年代末到1980年代末所经历的文化浪潮,粤港澳大湾区的内部港口城市因其特殊的地理位置,发挥了重要的文化桥梁作用,堪称当代中国流行文化从萌芽期到发育期的前沿阵地。可以说,新时期内地最初的流行文化就是经广东由香港流入并逐渐扩散到全国各地的(首先是福建、浙江等东南省份)。与此同时,1980年代在改革开放基础上形成的新公共性,其文化基础在很大程度上来自于粤港澳地区的大众文化——流行歌曲、电视电影、时尚服饰、偶像文化等——的向内输入。因而,耙梳近四十年来粤港澳大湾区流行文化的历史脉络,提炼中国内地当代大众文化与粤地区域文化、港澳台流行文化之间的内在关系,探讨整个湾区大众文化生态的发展前景,既是对粤港澳大湾区文化生长轨迹的观照,又是对中国内地改革开放近四十年大众文化发展路径的回顾、总结和审思,更是对湾区大格局中的大众文化发展的前瞻。
 
本次论坛讨论议题包括:
1、当代中国流行文化发展的路径、阶段、事件、人物;
2、当代中国流行文化研究的理论、材料、方法、争议;
3、当代流行文化发展与中央及地方文化政策的调整;
4、粤港澳三地人口流动、经贸交流与流行文化发展的关系;
5、流行文化对原有文化资源、地方文化生态、区域文化关系的冲击与改造;
6、当代流行文化的发达如何改变物质文化与日常生活;
7、新信息存储技术、新媒体传播方式对当代流行文化发展的影响;
8、流行文化与闽粤方言如何影响当代汉语的书写与表达方式;
9、当代流行文化对粤港澳区域形象与自我认同的塑造与想象;
10其他相关议题等;
 
本次论坛坚持以文参会的原则,敬请与会学者围绕会议议题自拟题目撰写论文,于2018年1月31日之前提交会议回执(附后)及论文摘要(500字左右为宜)。2018年2月15日,论坛筹备组遴选题目,并向入选学者发出邀请。参会学者于2018年5月15日之前提交会议论文(2000字以上为宜)。会议期间食宿由主办方承担。
 
联系人与联系方式
内地学者:吕鹤颖(lvheying@126.com
台港澳地区及海外学者:黎韵孜(melodyli@wustl.edu
 
广州大学首届“粤港澳大湾区文化研究论坛”筹备组
 
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Guangdong-Hong Kong-Macao Greater Bay Area Cultural Forum
 
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On March 5, 2017, in the fifth meeting of China’s 12th National People’s Congress, Primer Li Keqiang proposed in his report to expand collaborations between Mainland China, Hong Kong, and Macao. He called to prepare a strategic urban development plan in the Bay Area, to strengthen Hong Kong and Macau’s advantages in the regional economy, and to further develop such regional advantages to better serve the need of national economic development. Under the government plan, the Guangdong-Hong Kong-Macao Greater Bay Area (henceforth the Greater Bay Area) has acquired a strategic position, emerging from a driver of regional economic collaboration to a crucial player in the national and global economy.
 
The Greater Bay Area consists of the nine cities, Guangzhou, Foshan, Zhaoqing, Shenzhen, Dongguan, Huizhou, Zhuhai, Zhongshan, Jiangmen, Hong Kong, and Macau. It is one of the four biggest bay areas in the world, along with New York, San Francisco, and Tokyo. The Greater Bay Area also houses the two Special Administrative Regions Hong Kong and Macau. And so unlike the other three major bay areas, the principle of “One Country, Two Systems” has developed within the region separate administrative systems and cultures, along with diverse social values. Major cities in the Greater Bay Area share rich cultural ties that are deeply rooted in historical and contemporary development. It is the mission of the forum to advance the understanding of and strengthen these cultural ties, which is as important as expanding economic cooperation.
 
Guangzhou University works closely with cities in the Greater Bay Area, including Hong Kong, Macau, and Shenzhen, to organize the Guangdong-Hong Kong-Macao Greater Bay Area Cultural Forum. This forum invites cultural studies experts both foreign and domestic to study Greater Bay Area cultural development. The forum aims to build a platform to mobilize the theoretical energy of the humanities and social sciences toward examining historical resources, existing institutions, and social conditions and trends in the region. In doing so, may we identify an optimal path for its development, and offer wisdom along the way.
 
Themes of the forum include but are not limited to:
 
1.      Theoretical works and case studies of the cultural development in the Greater Bay Area
2.      The emergence of contemporary culture in the Greater Bay Area and China’s mainland
3.      The cultural ecology in the Greater Bay Area: new concepts, trends, and challenges
4.      The making of popular culture and cultural community in the Greater Bay Area
5.      Comparative studies on local cultural practices in the Greater Bay Area
6.      Relationship between popular culture and tourist industry in the Greater Bay Area
7.      Other related topics
 
The forum is launched by Guangzhou University, in collaboration with Shenzhen University, Chinese University of Hong Kong, University of Macao, and Washington University in St. Louis. It aims to foster long-term collaborations. The first forum will be hosted by Guangzhou University.
 
 
The First Guangdong-Hong Kong-Macao Greater Bay Area Cultural Forum
 
Date: Early June, 2018
Location: Guangzhou, China
Organizer: School of Humanities, Guangzhou University
Co-organizers: Center for Media and Cultural Studies, Shenzhen University;
            Department of Cultural and Religious Studies, Chinese University of Hong Kong;       
            Department of History, University of Macao;
            Department of East Asian Languages and Cultures, Washington University in St. Louis
 
Theme: Guangdong-Hong Kong-Macao Greater Bay Area and the Rise of Contemporary Chinese Popular Culture
 
Reviewing the trend of evolution of popular culture on Mainland China from the late 1970s to the late 80s, the particular geographical location of coastal cities in the Greater Bay Area holds clear cultural significance. One might say a new era of popular culture on China’s mainland flowed first from Hong Kong to Guangdong, and then spread to other regions of the nation primarily through southeastern provinces such as Fujian and Zhejiang. At the same time, China’s post-Mao economic reform in the 1980s brought forth new conceptions and practices of publicness, for the most part culturally based on imported Greater Bay Area popular culture — pop songs, television and movies, fashion, cultural icons, and more. Therefore, the work of sorting out the history of Greater Bay Area’s popular culture of the last four decades; the work of exploring the internal relationships between contemporary Mainland Chinese culture and local cultures in Guangdong, Hong Kong, Macau, and Taiwan; the work of discussing the future of the Greater Bay Area’s cultural ecology — all of this work is to observe the area’s growth, it is to reflect on forty years of popular culture renewal during China’s reform era, and more than anything it is to look forward the future of cultural development in the region.
We invite submissions on any of the relevant topics, including but not limited to:
 
      The rise of contemporary2.      3.      Changesthe at the levels of central and local government4.      The flow of people and goods in the Greater Bay Area and its cultural impact5.      Remaking of existing cultural resources, local cultural ecology, and regional cultural network6.      Impact on material culture and everyday life7.      New media technology and consumer electronics and their cultural impact8.      Cantonese and Fujianese dialects and the change of vocabulary and expressions of modern Chinese language9.      The (trans)formation of cultural identities and cultural imaginations of local, regional, and national “others” 10.  

 

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