跳至主內容
中文与跨文化健康人文学

主持人

宗教及哲学系主任兼应用伦理学研究中心副主任张颖博士

共同主持人

中文系主任兼中国传统文化研究中心主任卢鸣东教授

简介

以跨学科跨文化专注研究文学、人文学、健康和美满生活之间的关系,尤其健康与各种不同研究的关系,例如语言、对话与叙述;文学表现形式;哲学与伦理学;宗教;性别;写作和表演艺术等。

最新活动

Chinese and Cross-Cultural Heath Humanities Lecture Series : Why is this Pandemic Unprecedented?

Lecture Series : Music-Neuro-Programming: SEA Meditation for Health and Wellbeing

Music-neuro programming is a process of harnessing the power of music-meditation to reprogram the subconscious mind to achieve health, wellbeing, and life transformation goals. Dr. Koen explains why many of the obstacles to health, wellbeing, and goal-achievement lie in the subconscious mind and function like “bugs” or “viruses” in the “mental software” running on the “operating system” of the subconscious mind. Dr. Koen presents key conceptual models, methods, and select case studies exploring how the SEA Meditation practice can bridge the conscious and subconscious mind to achieve health and wellbeing goals.

DateMar 26, 2021 (Fri)
Time2:30 - 4:00pm
SpeakerDr. Benjamin Koen (The Department of Music, HKBU)
Registrationhttps://hkbuhk.ca1.qualtrics.com/jfe/form/SV_24EfybcPyv1RKUS

 

 

最新消息

Building Chinese Bioethics in the Time of COVID-19

新书出版:《建构中国生命伦理学—大疫当前》

2020年,新冠肺炎病毒在全球爆发,威胁公众健康、打乱生活节奏、冲击社会经济。病毒没有种族,也没有国界,人们在共同面对这一瘟疫大挑战时,健康价值固然重要,与此同时,伦理道德和人类价值如平等、自由、公正等同样不能忽略。

本书收录二十多篇,由两岸三地的学者撰写的重大议题文章,从基础伦理、防控伦理、法律伦理、医疗伦理、责任伦理、关怀伦理六个角度,探讨如何在大疫当前的困境下,建构中国生命伦理学。书中提出多个引人反思道德传统、伦理精神和价值取向的问题,如防控措施与个人权利应如何平衡?

过往活动及研究

Chinese and Cross-Cultural Heath Humanities Lecture Series : Why is this Pandemic Unprecedented?

Lecture Series : Why is this Pandemic Unprecedented?

One of the most heard words to describe the COVID-19 pandemics is “unprecedented.” But in fact, it doesn’t even make the top 10 list of fatalities among all the epidemics in human history. Why is this time so different? This talk will look at the changes in our perception that makes this epidemic indeed unprecedented. There is a misconception of medicine due to the increased availability and effectiveness of technology, but scientific knowledge is not really as certain and definitive as the media portrays and usually takes years of research to arrive at a consensus. Globalization and the accessibility of communication and social media makes the situation much more immediate. 

Date25 Jan 2021 (Monday)
Time2:30 - 4:00pm
SpeakerProf. Joseph Tham, UNESCO Chair in Bioethics and Human Rights

 

COVID-19 Vaccine: Hopes, Hypes and Fairness

COVID-19 Vaccine: Hopes, Hypes and Fairness

As the global COVID-19 epidemic continues to take a heavy toll on human lives, public health and the economy, hopes are high that the unprecedented pace of new vaccine development may help bring an end to the epidemic.  This talk will be in two parts.  The first part takes a critical look at where the hopes lie, the basis of positive expectation, cautions and yet to be resolved questions on the new COVID-19 vaccine(s).  The second part considers ethical issues as related to new vaccine development and its allocation when available, focusing on fairness and responsibilities.

 

日期二零二零年十二月一号(星期二)
时间下午 2:30 - 4:00
讲者区结成医生(笔名区闻海),现任中大生命伦理学中心总监

 

 

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音乐等同快乐 ? 古乐大改造(暂译)

快乐看似与音乐理论沾不上边,然而它却是构成世界古乐乐理基础的一部分。此讲座将会与听衆探讨音乐与快乐之间的关系,以及如何将快乐再度套入现代乐理的框架内。

 

日期二零二零年十一月十二号(星期四)
时间下午 2:30 - 4:10
讲者蔡宽量教授, 香港大学音乐系首席教授及主任

Individual and Well Being: The Representations of War Trauma in Classical Chinese Poetic Tradition 

Funded by Initiation Grant for Faculty Niche Research Areas (FNRA-IG), HKBU (24 months, HK$ 934,968)

 

Chinese dynastic history alternated between periods of stability and growth and those of civil war, some of which lasted for decades and caused widespread destruction to all levels of society. Poetic accounts about the experiences of war shared many themes with other literary genres – the horrors of death and destruction, the pain of loss and displacement, human vulnerability, and nostalgia of the past – but through lyrical voices and highly stylized language that set them apart from prose accounts. Though the periods of war were intermittent, wartime poetry was a part of a broader continuous poetry tradition where earlier texts and literary conventions played a role in shaping the poetic accounts of war, while wartime poetry, in turn, was an important factor in pivoting new developments in the history of poetry.

Poetry in the Chinese classical tradition, including both shi and ci, has properties that make them unique grounds to explore the interactions between trauma and literary language. The genres give pre-eminence to unite the emotive, the sensory, and the rational dimensions of experience in highly stylized language, mediated by the poetic subject. Thus, Chinese poetry about the experience of war and its aftermaths pushes the limits of literary trauma theory and test its fundamental assumptions.

The current project differs from past scholarship by treating wartime poetry as a genre from the perspective of psychic trauma, which allows us to pursue our inquiry on the cross section between psychoanalytic, literary, and cultural studies down the line of literary historical perspective. We will focus on the poetry from the fall of the Northern Song, the Yuan-Ming transition, and the Taiping Rebellion. In each of these periods, we ask the following questions on the relationship between war, trauma, and literature:

  1. What are the ways in which poetry-writing contribute to psychic healing and regrowth, both individually and on the communal level?
  2. How has the traumatic experience impacted the writing of poetry, and in turn, if traumatic experience is made accessible and communicable through literary language, to what extent and in what ways does the medium affect the representation and transmission of trauma?
  3. What material effect would the choice of poetic genre – along with its set of literary conventions and expectations – have on writing of traumatic experience?
  4. How has the writing of trauma in each of these periods influenced the development of poetry?

 

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「创伤与记忆:中国文学发展的心灵书写」国际学术研讨会 

 

Date2nd and 3rd November 2019 (Sat & Sun)
Time09:00-18:30
VenueSWT501

与会学者:卢鸣东教授、陈汉文教授、胡晓明教授、田晓菲教授、寇志明教授、钱南秀教授、卓清芬教授、曹明升教授、汪春泓教授、张玲教授、蔡元丰教授、徐永明教授、林传滨教授、陈瑞赞教授、钟志伟教授、张宏生教授、李艳丰教授、章琛教授、吕家慧教授、刘深教授

 

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忘与流:论庄子道家的「幸福」(暂译)

张颖博士 (香港浸会大学宗教及哲学系系主任)

http://researcherslinks.com/current-issues/Forgetfulness-and-Flow-Daoism/9/26/2145/html