SOIS Research Presentation: China’s Archival Cause and Research on Archives and Copyright
April 5 @ 12:00 pm - 1:30 pm
The talk will be divided into two parts: the first part is introduction of original theories and works of China’s Archives (to be specific, Original Achievements of Hubei University); the other one is research on archives and copyright in China. Part I will speak of the three-character classic of archival work, it is a poem written in a traditional Chinese style, outlines this long history of the development of archival work in China. Then the tradition and modernization of China’s archival cause will be discussed, and dualistic value concept, the archival tradition, the important conditions of modernization goal will be also interpreted. Moreover, Extracurricular Science and Technology Works Competition in Archives Science will be introduced, which is an interesting, scientific and important event for Chinese college students majoring archives science. Part II will analyze ownership of archives in China, that is, state-owned archives, collective-owned archives and individual-owned archives, which is distinct from that of western countries. In addition, the relationship of ownership of archives and copyright and copyright status of archives will be discussed from China’s perspective.
Wednesday, April 5th, 2023 | 12:00 – 1:30pm
Ying Wang, Associate Professor
Northwest Quadrant Building D 3rd Floor
Rooms: 3835 & 3845 / Microsoft Teams
2025 E. Newport Ave.
Milwaukee, WI 53211
This event will be recorded and available up to two weeks after the event. Please contact Laura Meyer to view recording.