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CCR Translation Contest for Young Scholars



Announcing the Winners of the 2016 Chinese Cultural Relics
CCR Translation Contest for Young Scholars.


Click for official announcement of winners, honorable mentions.

Click to view the official Chinese Cultural Relics YouTube channel. Video of the award ceremony coming soon!



The editorial board of Chinese Cultural Relics (CCR), Asian American Media Group, Inc. and East View Press are pleased to announce the winners of the inaugural CCR Translation Contest for Young Scholars:



First Prize

Jiawei He, Lecturer, Department of English Language and Literature, Wuhan University
(Research and Exploration Category)





Click to view Jiawei He's presentation

Photo credit: Jin Xu
   


Second Prize

Jin Xu, Ph.D. Candidate, Department of Art History, University of Chicago
(Editor’s Choice Category)





Click to view Jin Xu's presentation

Photo credit: Jiawei He
   

    Honorable Mention*
  • Daisy Holden, Independent researcher, London (Research and Exploration Category)

  • Mitchell Ma, Department of Anthropology, University of Toronto (Editor’s Choice Category)

  • Erin West, Institute of Archaeology, Longwood University (Research and Exploration Category)

  • *Names are listed alphabetically and do not reflect any preference or ranking. Translations were submitted for only two of the three article categories, which is why there are only two winners this year.

Pictured, left to right: CCR Associate Editor Xin Chen, CCR Publishing Manager Ana Niedermaier, CCR Editor Rachel Turner, Honorable Mention Erin West, Honorable Mention Mitchell Ma, Second Prize winner Jin Xu, First Prize winner Jiawei He, CCR Managing Editor Garry Guan (photo credit: Zhengdong Guo)


We would like to thank our Judgment Panel—panel chair Katheryn Linduff, in particular—for all their hard work in evaluating the submissions. With so many strong translations submitted, selecting the contest finalists was no easy task!


We would also like to congratulate all of the talented scholars that submitted translations for the contest. We are truly grateful for your support and thank you for making the inaugural CCR Translation Contest for Young Scholars a success.

Finally, a special thanks to the Society for East Asian Archaeology and to Rowan Flad, local organizer for the Seventh Worldwide Conference, for their gracious hospitality in allowing us to hold the award ceremony at this year’s SEAA conference.

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The CCR Translation Contest for Young Scholars is sponsored by the editorial board of Chinese Cultural Relics, Asian American Media Group, Inc. and East View Press. Download complete contest details here or contact ChineseCulturalRelics@gmail.com for more information.

About Chinese Cultural Relics
Chinese Cultural Relics, a quarterly journal published in print and online by East View Press, is the official English translation of the prestigious Chinese archaeology journal Wenwu (Cultural Relics). For more information about the journal, please visit www.eastviewpress.com/Journals/CulturalRelics.aspx


About East View Press
East View Press is the journal and book publishing division of East View Information Services (www.eastview.com) and its related company, East View Geospatial (geospatial.com). Its publications are geared towards serving researchers and others interested in major international and public policy issues related to the geographic area of the former Soviet Union and China. Regardless of format, East View Press has the mission of adding special value (usually by translation into English) to authoritative source materials in order to make them available to the widest possible audience globally.


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