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Vorträge 2018


  • On Fighting Tigers and Flies: Unboxing Xi Jinping’s Anti-Corruption Campaign

    Prof. Dr. Nele Noesselt (Universität Duisburg Essen)

  • Aziz al-Azmeh: Islam, Geschichte und die Moderne

    Prof. Dr. Hans Hinrich Biesterfeldt (Ruhr-Universität Bochum)

  • Making Alliance in Social Movement Work: Spring of Social Movements after the Fukushima Accident in Japan

    Dr. Keiichi Satô (Postdoctoral Research Fellow, JSPS)

  • Medieval Orientalism. Did It Exist?

    Dr. Robert G. Irwin (London)

  • "From 'Desire' to 'Customs': Tracing the Lexicalization of an Anthropological Concept in Pre-Qín China"

    Prof. Dr. Uffe Bergeton (University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill)

  • Growing up in Japan: Education, Mobility and Identity of Immigrant Children

    Prof. Dr. Gracia Liu-Farrer (Waseda University, Tokyo)

  • Literarische Kommunikation in der Mamlukenzeit (1250–1517)

    Prof. Dr. Thomas Bauer (Universität Münster)

  • Liu Cixin's The Poetry Cloud and the Utopian Role of Literature

    Prof. Dr. Wendy Larson (University of Oregon)

  • Aloys Sprenger (1813-1893) and the beginning of press history in India

    Dr. Ikram Chaghatai (Lahore)

  • Qurʾanic Sanction and the Semiotics of Sovereignty in Contemporary Iran

    Prof. Dr. Neguin Yavari (New York/Leipzig)

  • Buddhismus auf dem Weg zur Weltreligion: Die Entwicklung von Kunst und Philosophie in Ghandara

    Prof. Dr. Jens-Uwe Hartmann (LMU München)

  • The Impossibility of Remembering the Past at Nanjing

    Prof. Dr. Yang Zhiyi (J.W. Goethe Universität, Frankfurt a.M.)

  • "Build Back Better" after the 3/11 Disaster: Efforts to Revitalize a Disaster-Affected Region from the Perspective of a Museum Curator

    Prof. Dr. Koji Kato (Tohoku University)

  • Das Reproduktionsdispositiv. Geschlecht, Biologie und Biopolitik

    PD Dr. Susanne Lettow (Berlin)

  • Rhyme and Metre, Repetition and Numbers: Structural Features and Mnemonic Effects in Early Chinese Texts

    Dr. Oliver Weingarten ((Tschechische Akademie der Wissenschaften, Prag)

  • Equal Employment Legislation and Careers of College Graduate Women in Japan

    Prof. Yukiko Abe (Hokkaido University)