Stéphanie Homola Sept. 2014

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Stéphanie Homola
[email protected]
Sept. 2014
EDUCATION AND POSITIONS
Currently – Attaché temporaire d’enseignement et de recherche (ATER), Collège de France,
Chaire d’histoire intellectuelle de la Chine
Associate Research Fellow, Research Center on Modern and Contemporary China (CECMC),
EHESS / CNRS UMR 8173
2014 Visiting Scholar, Friedrich-Alexander Erlangen-Nuremberg University, International
Consortium for Research in the Humanities (IKGF), “Fate, Freedom and Prognostication.
Strategies for Coping with the Future in East Asia and Europe”
2013 PhD in Social Anthropology, École des Hautes Etudes en Sciences Sociales, Paris
Connaissances du destin: anthropologie des pratiques de divination contemporaines
en Chine et à Taïwan, under the supervision of Prof. Jean-Claude Galey and Marc
Kalinowski
2008 MA in Social Science, major in Anthropology of China, EHESS
2006 BA in Chinese studies, National Institute of Oriental Language and Civilization
(INALCO), Paris
2003 ESSEC Business School, Paris – major in Law
PUBLICATIONS
ARTICLES IN PEER-REVIEWED JOURNALS
“The Fortunes of a Scholar: When the Yijing Challenged Modern Astronomy”. Journal of
Asian Studies, vol. 73, n° 3, August 2014, p.1-20.
“Pursue Good Fortune and Avoid Calamity: The Practice and Status of Divination in
Contemporary Taiwan”. Journal of Chinese Religions, 2013, n° 41.2, p. 124-147.
“La relation de maître à disciple en question: transmission orale et écrite des savoirs
divinatoires en Chine et à Taïwan”. Extrême-Orient, Extrême-Occident, May 2013, n° 35,
p. 11-43.
BOOK CHAPTERS
“Judging destiny: doubt and certainty in Chinese divinatory rituals”. In Daniela Berti,
Anthony Good and Gilles Tarabout (ed.), Of Doubt and Proof. Ritual and Legal Practices of
Judgment. Aldershot: Ashgate, 2014 (to be published).
“From jianghu to liumang: working conditions and cultural identity of wandering fortunetellers in contemporary China”. In Michael Lackner (ed.), Divination in Contemporary East
Asia - China, Japan, Korea, Vietnam. Leiden: Brill (to be published).
RESEARCH NOTES
« Les usages de la main dans les calculs divinatoires ». Études chinoises, 2014, n° 33-1 (to be
published).
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OTHER PUBLICATIONS
“Deviner le hasard…”. Esquisse(s), Fall 2012, n° 3, p. 91-99.
“Xuwen 序文 (Foreword)”. In Ruli Jushi 如理居士, Bazi guo wuguan 八字過五關 (The
method of the eight signs). Taipei: Wulin chubanshe, 2010, p. 23-28.
BOOK REVIEWS
“Cheng Ying and Claude Aubert, Les Paysans de Mancang: chronique d’un village
taïwanais”. Perspectives chinoises, March - April 2006, n° 94, p. 65.
RESEARCH ACTIVITIES
Research interests: anthropology of knowledge, anthropology of religion, divination, Chinese
religions, popular science, circulation of knowledge, history of sinology
Main fieldwork: Taipei, Beijing, Kaifeng
Member of the research program “Techniques, Objets et Patrimoine en Chine, en Corée et au
Japon (XVIe-XXIe s.)” (CECMC/UMR 8173-EHESS).
Member of the Interdisciplinary Research Program “Pratiquer le comparatisme: terrains,
textes, artefacts” (EHESS), directed by Marcello Carastro, Caterina Guenzi and Frédérique
Ildefonse.
Member of the research group “La religion des Chinois en France”, Groupe Sociétés,
Religions et Laïcités (GSRL-CNRS), sponsored by the Chiang Ching-kuo Foundation for
International Scholarly Exchange, and Agence Nationale de la Recherche, directed by Fang
Ling and Vincent Goossaert.
Member of the board of the French Association of Chinese Studies (AFEC)
Member of the editorial board of Études Chinoises
Member of the editorial board of Loka. Terrains, textes, artefacts (Comparative perspectives
on texts, artefacts and fieldworks)
GRANTS AND SCHOLARSHIPS
Post-doctoral Fellowship from IKGF, Erlangen-Nuremberg University, 2014
Doctoral Fellowship from the French Ministry of Education, 2008-2011
Fieldwork Grant from EHESS, Program “Aires culturelles”, April-June 2011
Fieldwork Grant from École française d’Extrême-Orient (EFEO), Taipei, March-May 2008
Chinese Language Scholarship from the Taiwanese Ministry of Education, National Chengchi
University, Taipei, 2005-2006
Chinese Language Grant from ESSEC, Second Foreign Languages Institute, Beijing, 2002
RESEARCH PRESENTATIONS
INTERNATIONAL CONFERENCES
“Échanges de savoir entre étudiants chinois et sinologues français à l’Institut des Hautes
Études Chinoises (1927-1968)”.
Conference “Jean-Pierre Abel-Rémusat et ses successeurs. Deux cents ans de sinologie
française en France et en Chine”, Collège de France - Académie des Inscriptions et BellesLettres, Paris, June 11th-13th 2014.
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“The Fortunes of a Scholar: When the Yijing Challenged Modern Astronomy”.
19th Conference of the European Association of Chinese Studies (EACS), Paris, September
4th-8th, 2012.
“Judging destiny: how Taiwanese diviners cope with uncertainty”.
Workshop “Of doubt and proof: ritual and legal practices of judgment”, 12th Conference of
the European Association of Social Anthropologists (EASA), Paris X Nanterre, July 10th-13th,
2012.
“From jianghu to liumang: working conditions and cultural identity of wandering fortunetellers in contemporary China”.
Conference “Divinatory Traditions in East Asia: Historical, Comparative and Transnational
Perspectives”, Rice University, Houston, February 17th-18th, 2012.
“Divination and modernity: fortune-telling in contemporary Taiwan”.
6th Conference of the European Association of Taiwanese Studies (EATS), Madrid, April
16th-18th, 2009.
OTHER CONFERENCES AND WORKSHOPS
“A Divination Manual on Hand Mnemonics - The Yizhangjing 一掌經, attributed to the
monk Yixing 一行 of the Tang Dynasty”, with Marta Hanson.
Reading session, International Consortium for Research in the Humanities, Erlangen, June
25th, 2014.
“Correlating the Yijing and Modern Science: the Case of Liu Zihua 刘子华 (1899-1992)”.
Lecture series, International Consortium for Research in the Humanities, Erlangen, May 27 th,
2014.
“Un dragon chinois: légende, destin et chance autour d’un jeu divinatoire”.
Conference “Destin, chance et jeux de hasard en Chine”, French Association of Chinese
Studies - Research Center on Modern and Contemporary China, Paris, May 20th, 2014.
“Conditions de vie et identité culturelle d’un "vagabond des lacs et des rivières" du 21e siècle”.
PhD fellows’ workshop (UMR 8173 Chine, Corée, Japon): “Techniques, Objets et Patrimoine
en Chine, en Corée et au Japon (XVIe-XXIe)”, EHESS, June 18th, 2013.
“Jeux de main: les usages populaires du petit et du grand liuren en Chine contemporaine”.
Young scholars’ conference, French Association of Chinese Studies, Paris, April 17th, 2013.
“Standing for Chinese science through 20th-century France and China: Liu Zihua and the
"Cosmology of the eight trigrams"”.
Young scholars’ workshop “Science, Technology and Medicine in East Asia, 1850-2000”,
Research center Sciences, Philosophie, Histoire (SPHERE) and the Kim Foundation, Paris
Diderot University, January 8th, 2013.
“Gérer sa vie: les pratiques de divination dans la société taïwanaise contemporaine”.
Conference “Figures de l’individualisme dans le religieux contemporain”, Center for the
Interdisciplinary Study of the Religious Factor (CEIFR), EHESS, December 12th, 2008.
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SEMINARS
“Rituels de manipulation du destin dans le monde chinois contemporain”.
Seminar “Approches comparées du destin: le lot, la part, le lien”, EHESS, June 2nd, 2014.
“De Taïwan à la Chine populaire: dynamique d’une enquête de terrain”.
Seminar “Anthropologie générale de la Chine”, INALCO, January 10th, 2014.
“Saisir le bon moment: Approches comparées Grèce, Inde, Chine”, with Caterina Guenzi and
Marcello Carastro.
Seminar “Les Angles de l’Asie”, EHESS, April 16th, 2013.
“Le lexique du destin en chinois”.
Seminar “Approches comparées du destin: le lot, la part, le lien”, EHESS, November 12th,
2012.
“Le bon grain et l’ivraie: les développements modernes de l’horoscopie traditionnelle
chinoise”.
Seminar “Anthropologie de la divination dans le monde indien”, Center for Indian and South
Asian Studies (CEIAS), EHESS, April 7th, 2011.
“Croire ou ne pas croire: les discours de légitimation des pratiques de divination dans la
société taïwanaise contemporaine”.
Seminar “Anthropologie en Chine: théories et terrains”, Research Center on Modern and
Contemporary China (CECMC), EHESS, May 29th, 2008.
“Les pratiques de divination dans la société taïwanaise contemporaine”.
Joint-seminar of the École française d’Extrême-Orient (EFEO) and the French Centre for
Research on Contemporary China (CEFC), Taipei, April 30th, 2008.
ORGANIZATION OF SCIENTIFIC EVENTS
INTERNATIONAL CONFERENCES
4th American-European Dialogue on China, Asia Centre, Paris, January 15th-16th, 2007.
SEMINARS AND WORKSHOPS
In charge of the bimonthly seminar of PhD Students in Chinese studies, EHESS, 2010-2012,
syllabus available at http://fr.wordpress.com/tag/seminaire-des-doctorants/.
Workshop for Young Scholars in Chinese studies: “How to write paper abstracts in English”,
French Association of Chinese Studies (AFEC), February 13th, 2012.
PhD Students’ annual workshop: “Vivre avec son passé: identités et patrimoines en Asie du
Nord-est”, UMR 8173 - Chine, Corée, Japon, EHESS, April 27th, 2011.
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