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Alexandre Schiele, PhD

UQAM East Asia Observatory

Alexandre Schiele, Ph. D. (Communication science, Sorbonne Paris Cité, 2017) is a researcher at the UQAM East Asia Observatory and the former General Coordinator of the Observatory (2011-2016). Previously, he worked as a research assistant at the Interuniversity Research Center on Science and Technology (IRCST) at the University of Quebec at Montreal (UQAM). He wrote the report Les observatoires de l’enseignement supérieur (Higher education observatories) (2008), and cosigned Science Communication in Canada: An inventory of the major PCST initiatives carried out in Canada (2011) a report for the Korean Foundation for the Advancement of Science and Creativity (KOFAC). Among his latest communications, are Pseudoscience Communication in Mass Media (2016), PCST international conference (Istanbul, Turkey), and Legalism, State Rationalization Project (2016), International conference on Chinese Classical Thought and Contemporary Politics (Paris, France). Among his publications, of particular interest are Science What? What Concepts are we using? An analysis of official concepts, Science&You (2015), University of Lorraine ; China’s International Attitude of Withdrawal during the 19th Century (2015) Geopolitics, History and International Relations ; and Pu Songling’s All Too Human Surreal Worlds : A Study of the Narrative Structures of Pu Songling’s Supernatural Short Stories (2014), Comparative Literature – East and West.