Renovatio Historia


Renovatio Historia es una página que pretende difundir la historia desde una perspectiva novedosa, renovadora, que acerque el conocimiento de la historia a cualquier persona rompiendo con el viejo lenguaje sin que por ello se pierda el carácter verídico y profesional que el conocimiento histórico requiere y necesita.



Para ello se presentan los temas a través de los nuevos medios audiovisuales y se apoya y difunde la investigación más puntera en el campo historiográfico.



Power Point, youtube y el cine comercial son armas de la docencia.



La Norma Hipotética, las Bases de Datos, la criminalidad y las matématicas son armas de la investigación histórica más seria y puntera pero no por ello encorsetada y arcaizante.



Raúl Ramírez Ruiz

Universidad Rey Juan Carlos (Madrid)

"La historia es la clave. Su olvido la causa". R3.


viernes, 19 de junio de 2020

Coming through the History: the Revival and Challenge of Spanish Sinology

A través de la historia: renacimiento y desafíos de la sinología hispánica



从历史中走来:西班牙汉学的复兴与挑战




               Li Qiuyang                                                            Raúl Ramírez Ruiz
               School of Foreign Languages                              Faculty of Legal and Social Science
               Xiangtan University                                              King Juan Carlos University
               Xiangtan, Hunan, China 411105                          Móstoles, Madrid, Spain 28032



Sinologia Hispanica, China Studies Review, 9, 2 (2019), pp. 1-30.


Abstract: Traditional sinology in Spain is facing the contemporary transition of academic research. It has become an important phenomena and trend in the research of humanities studies, which contains and assimilates contemporary China studies. Starting from the historical origin of Spanish sinology, this article summarizes the development of sinology in contemporary Spain, and analyzes the characteristics and trends of these disciplines. It is found that new Spanish sinology is reviving in the form of China studies, which has been extended in more fields of politics, economics, international relations, sociology and anthropology and so on.


Key Words: Spanish sinology; historical development; sinology institutions; sinologists;
characteristics and trend.


DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.18002/sin.v9i2.6191




Coming through the History: the Revival and Challenge of Spanish Sinology

1. Introduction

2. The Main Research Fields and Representative Scholars of Contemporary Spanish Chinese Studies
          2.1 Representatives of Contemporary Spanish Sinologists and Intergenerational Characteristics
          2.2 Research Fields of Spanish Sinology

                    2.2.1 History
                    2.2.2 Modern and Contemporary Literature
                    2.2.3 Translation
                    2.2.4 Language and Dictionaries Compilation
                    2.2.5 Sociology and Anthropology
                    2.2.6 Philosophy and Ideology
                    2.2.7 Art
                    2.2.8 Politics and Economy
                    2.2.9 Chinese Culture

3. Contemporary Spanish Sinology Research Institutions
          3.1. Contemporary Spanish Sinology Research Institutions
          3.2. Autonomous University of Madrid
          3.3. University of Pompeu Fabra and University of Catalonia Open University
          3.4. University of Granada
          3.5. University of Salamanca
          3.6. University of Seville and University of Malaga
          3.7. Complutense University of Madrid
          3.8. King Juan Carlos University
          3.9. Spanish Association for East Asian Studies (AEEAO)
          3.10. Cátedra China

4. The Main Characteristics and Challenges of Spanish Sinology

5. Conclusion


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