Cooperated with the Department of History, Peking University, the institute organized the °įInternational Symposium onBicentenary of the First British Mission to China°Ī, which had great influence in China and in the world.
The institute also cooperated with China Yanhuang Culture Research Institute in organizing °įInternational Symposium on Global Economy and Culture Trend of Chinese Nation °Ī(October 2000, Beijing), during which the scholars from the institute held dialogues with other experts in the fields of sociology, politics, law and economy.
From August 24-26, 2006, the International Symposium on °įWestern Learning and the Culture in Qing Dynasty°Ī was held successfully in Beijing. This conference was jointly organized by the Institute of Qing History of Renmin University of China and National Committee for the Compilation of Qing History. More than 110 scholars from Mainland China, Hong Kong, Macau, Taiwan, United States and Japan attended and about 80 of them presented their paper. Their topics include °įobservation on Chinese and western culture°Ī, °įwestern learning and the academic research in Qing Dynasty°Ī, °įon missionary and religions: evangelization and prohibition°Ī, °įscience, art and western learning°Ī, °įwestern learning and modernization of China°Ī and so on. Except for scholars focusing on different aspects of Qing History, this conference also gathered scholars from other related fields such as Mathematics, Music, Painting, Astronomy, and Medicine. And the conference successfully played a role of a broad platform for all of them to communicate profoundly on related research of Qing History.
From September 27-30, 2006, the International Symposium of the Perspective of Monarch and Royal Court was held successfully in Chengde. This conference was jointly organized by the Institute of Qing History of Renmin University of China, National Committee for the Compilation of Qing History, and Cultural Relics Bureau of Chengde. About 30 scholars from Mainland China, Taiwan, Germany, England, France, Austria, and Netherlands attended and about 16 of them presented their paper. Their topics include °įThe Study Status quo and Various Views of the Perspective of Monarch and Royal Court°Ī, °įIssues of the Court and the Top Ruling Position°Ī, °įthe Court Ceremonials and the Monarch°Įs Representations°Ī, °įthe Ground of the Monarch°Įs living°Ī, °įHow to approach the Emperors: the Minions°Ī, °įthe Woman in the Court°Ī, °įReligion and the Court°Ī and °įthe Court and the Army°Ī and so on. The conference made it possible for Chinese and European scholars to share their perspective on court history and might became a starting point for profound comparative research between Chinese and European court in pre-modern period.