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PhD Jana Rošker

PhD Jana Rošker
no.: 13009 source: ARIS

researcher – active in research organisation
E-mail jana.roskerat signff.uni-lj.si
Foreign language skills
Research activity

Code Science Field Subfield
6.06.00  Humanities  Culturology   
6.10.00  Humanities  Philosophy   
Keywords
contemporary Chinese philosophy, modern Chinese philosophy, transcultural comparative philosophy, classical Chinese logic, traditional Chinese epistemology, methodology of transcultural studies, methodology of sinological research, Modern New Confucianism
Points
7,280.32
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3,622.45
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5,418.73
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6,048.73
CI10
132
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10
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6
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A3
0.33
Data for the last 5 years (citations for the last 10 years) on February 21, 2024; A3 for period 2018-2022 (update for tender in 2023: YES)
Data for ARIS tenders ( 12.01.2024 – Project tender, archive )
Database Linked records Citations Pure citations Average pure citations
WoS 89  105  87  0.98 
Scopus 82  162  131  1.6 
Audiovisual sources
no. Title (with video link) Event Source
1. Gongsun Long and Adorno on Concepts and Objects  Guest lecture at Tsinghua University, Beijing 
2. Gongsun Long and Adorno on Concepts and Objects  Keynote speech at the Ming/Shi conference at the Charles Unviersity in Prague 
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4. Hui Shi, Zeno and the flying arrow problem: (post)comparative approaches and the method of sublation  Keynote speech at the online conference on Chinese logic at the Tsinghua University in Beijing 
5. Methodological issues in transcultural philosophy: old problems and new approaches  Guest lecture at the FU Berlin 
6. Li Zehou and Modern New Confucianism  Guest lecture at the International Summer School at the Department of Philosophy, Beijing Normal University, July 2021 
7. COVID-19 and traditional Chinese ethics of relations  Guest lecture at the international PhD summer school, organized by the Beijing Normal Univeristy 
8. Transcultural Philosophy and the Problem of Subjectivity in Chinese Philosophy  Chinese English A 20 minute presentation at the Conference of the Academy of the International Communication of Chinese Culture at the Beijing Normal University, 
9. Looking China Youth Film Project  Some comments on Professor Huang Huiling's Third Pole Culture and the Looking China Youth Film Project 
10. 苏东坡与哲学  苏东坡 (苏轼)著作里面的一些哲学因素: 简短的报告 
11. Jana S. Rošker, Lauréate du prix de la Fondation culturelle franco taiwanaise  Intervju v kitajščini s francoskimi podnapisi 
12. Speech in Chinese on Taiwanese philosophy  Acknowledgment speech on the occasion of accepting the award of the French-Rajvan Cultural Foundation 
13. He Zhen and the decolonialioozation of feminism (in Slovene)  Lecture at the IDS 
14. The hermeneutic of Self and the Other: Self-Identity and Intersubjectivty in Chinese philosophy  Guest lecture at the BNU 
15. Confucian Relationism and COVID 19  Presentation at the Edicational Institute conference Dscourses of Pandemics 
16. Analytical and Hermeneutical Methods in Researching Chinese philosophy  Guest lecture at the summer school organized by the Sinological Development Charitable Foundation 漢學發展慈善基金會 
17. COMPARATIVE, POST-COMPARATIVE, OR TRANSCULTURAL? CHINESE PHILOSOPHY AND NEW METHODOLOGIES  EACP online symposium organized by Jana S. Rošker 
18. COVID 19, Confucianism and Enlightenment values  Keynote speech at the 2021 Situations International Conference - - Between Asia and Europe: Whither Comparative Cultural Studies? May 21-22, 2021 
19. Johann Arnason, the problem of civilizations, and two kinds of Confucianism  Online Conference on Johann Arnason and the revival of civilisational discourse 
20. Role and significance of Taiwanese philosophy  Symposium of the Department of Asian Studies, celebrating its 25th Jubilee 
21. A roundtable discussion on the gender-sensitive use of language in research  The round table was led and moderated by Jana S. Rošker from the Faculty of Arts, UL 
22. Crisis as danger and hope - the ethics of pandemics, the flourishing of autocracies and the dream of autonomy in a transcultural perspective  Book launch 
23. "Chinese philosophy did not develop out of wonder, but out of a concerned consciousness."  Radio interview 
24. Jana S. Rošker  Luxury in the head - radio interview 
25. Gongsun Long and Adorno on concepts and objects   
26. Li Zehou and the Taiwanese Modern Confucianism  Summer school on Li Zehou 
27. Presentation of sublation (Adorno and Gongsun Long) for the Comparative metapyhisics project (Windsor)  Online meeting  Video clip selected by researcher/colleague 
28. Confucius in jeans  interview with jana Rošker, Radio Slovenia, The 7th day 
29. Post-comaprative philosophy and the method of sublation  四海为学 Collaborative Learning  Video clip selected by researcher/colleague 
30. Discussion of Jana Rošker's paper on Adorno and Gongsun Long 28 Feb23  Comparative Metaphysics project, Windsor 
31. Transcultural Approaches in Chinese Philosophy and the Method of Sublation  Collaborative Learning 四海为学 (Organizer and host: Professor Paul D'Ambrosio)  
32. Chinese Philosophy and the Method of Sublation: Epistemic Encounters in Transcultural Contexts  Invited Guest lecture at the University of Macau  Video clip selected by researcher/colleague 
33. Forum with Professor Jana Rošker at the Department of Philosophy of the Sun Yat Sen University   The method of sublation 
34. Jana S. Rošker, talk at the Berggruen China Center: "Tianxia" conference in Singapore 2023 THE CULTURAL CONDITIONALITY OF CHINESE MODERNIZATION, AND THE PROBLEM OF MULTIPLE MODERNITIES THEORY  "Tianxia" Conference in Singapore, organized by the Berggruen Center 
35. Workshop "Teaching Chinese Philosophy in Europe", FU Berlin   Sublating Political and Philosophical Confucianism  Video clip selected by researcher/colleague 
Mentoring junior researchers
source: ARIS
no. Name and surname Type Period Code
1 Maja Maria Kosec  Bologna doctoral studies  10/1/2019 - 9/9/2024  53549 
2 PhD Marko Ogrizek  Bologna doctoral studies  10/1/2016 - 5/7/2021  39170 
3 PhD Matej Zima  Bologna doctoral studies  11/1/2014 - 4/25/2019  37429 
4 PhD Matjaž Vidmar  Bologna doctoral studies  12/1/2012 - 9/12/2017  35347 
5 PhD Maja Veselič  Uniform doctoral studies  10/1/2003 - 3/31/2008  24438 
6 PhD Ana Sarah Lunaček Brumen  Doctoral degree  1/1/2002 - 3/31/2007  22411 
7 PhD Maja Lavrač  Doctoral degree  11/1/1995 - 4/30/1998  15862 
Education
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Level of education Professional title Study subject Faculty Year
  Ph. D.     AT 1982 
Doctor's degree  Ph. D.     AT University of Vienna, Faculty for Humanities 1988 
Doctoral dissertations and other final papers Show
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Employments
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Type of employment Research org. Research group Date of employment Position Title ecris.org.employ_rolegroup
Full time employment (120%, RD:70%)  University of Ljubljana, Faculty of Arts  Sociological Research and Cultural Studies  10/5/1995  Full professor  Full professor  Researcher 
Research projects Legend
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ARIS research and infrastructure programmes Legend
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no. Code Title Period Head No. of publications
1. P6-0243  Asian Languages and Cultures   2019 - 2024  PhD Jana Rošker  2,574 
2. P6-0243  Asian Languages and Cultures   2014 - 2018  PhD Jana Rošker  4,008 
3. P6-0243  JLanguages and Cultures of Asia and Afrika   2009 - 2013  PhD Jana Rošker  2,981 
4. P6-0243  JLanguages and Cultures of Asia and Afrika   2004 - 2008  PhD Andrej Bekeš  2,195 
5. P0-0522-0581  Primerjalne sociološke in kulturološke študije (Slovene)   2001 - 2003  PhD Rudolf Rizman  6,750 
International projects
no. Code Title Period Head No. of publications
1. RG004-U-17  Modern and Contemporary Taiwanese Philosophy   1/1/2018 - 12/31/2020  Jana Rošker   
2. RG003-U-11  Taiwanese Modern Confucians and Their Philosophical Contribution to Asian Modernization   6/1/2012 - 6/30/2015  Jana Rošker   
Biography
Short Biographical Data: Professor Jana S. Rošker, studied Sinology and obtained her PhD degree at the Vienna University. She is the first Slovene Sinologist, co-founder and long-standing Head of the Department of Asian studies at the University in Ljubljana (Slovenia). Altogether she spent over 10 years in China and Taiwan at several universities and research institutes. Her academic interests include (Post)comparative philosophy, Modern and contemporary Chinese philosophy, Chinese epistemology and logic, and Methodology of transcultural research in Sinology. In these research areas, she has published thirty books, and over two hundred articles and book chapters. She is chief editor of the journal Asian Studies (https://journals.uni-lj.si/as), president of the International Society for Chinese Philosophy (ISCP), and the founder, first president and honorary member of the European Association of Chinese Philosophy (EACP). She was awarded with several prestigious awards, as for instance the National Slovene Research Agency prize for extraordinary scientific achievements (2013), the Golden Plaque of the University of Ljubljana (2015), the National Žiga Zois prize for research work of national significance (2015), the French-Taiwanese Cultural Foundation Prize (2020), the most excellent research work award of the University of Ljubljana (2022), and (together with Jan Vrhovski) the Bertrand Russell Society book award (2022).
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