Student advisory by arrangement
|Since 2020||Research Fellow and Lecturer at the Institute of Asian and Oriental Studies|
|2019||Ph.D. in History, Interdisciplinary Doctoral Program „Asia and Europe,” University of Zurich|
|2017–2018||Visiting Researcher at Tōhoku University, Sendai (funded by Canon Foundation)|
|2015–2019||Teaching and Research Assistant at the Institute of Asian and Oriental Studies|
|2013–2014||Exchange Year at Meiji University, Tokyo|
|2011–2015||M.A. History and Japanese Studies at University of Zurich|
|2008–2011||B.A. History and Law at University of Basel|
- Modern Japan
- Environmental History
- Human-Animal History
Holm, Fynn. 2020. “The Whales and the Tsunami: The Reconstruction and Reinvention of the ‘Whaling Town’ Ayukawa,” in Land, Natur, Nation. Japans Regionen zwischen Idylle, Verfall und Revitalisierung, eds. Ludgera Lewerich; Theresa Sieland and Timo Thelen (Düsseldorf: Düsseldorf University Press), in print.
Holm, Fynn. 2020. “Living with the Gods of the Sea: Anti-Whaling Movements in Northeast Japan, 1600-1912.” Ph.D. Thesis.
Holm, Fynn. 2019. “After Withdrawal from the IWC: The Future of Japanese Whaling” The Asia-Pacific Journal: Japan Focus, vol. 17, issue 4, no. 4, p. 1-16.
Holm, Fynn. 2019. “Kujira no reiko no tame no matsuri” Trans: Koji Kato, Historical Institute of the Culture of Asian River Basins, no. 5, March 2019, p. 41-46.
Holm, Fynn. 2019. “Japans Walfangpolitik: Die Gründe für den Austritt aus der Internationalen Walfangkommission,” in Japan 2019: Politik, Wirtschaft und Gesellschaft, eds. David Chiavacci and Iris Wieczorek (München: Iudicium), p. 126-151.
Holm, Fynn. 2019. Tagungsbericht: Drugs and the Politics of Consumption in Japan, 22.08.2019-24.08.2019 Zürich, in: H-Soz-Kult, 13.09.2019.
Holm, Fynn. 2017. “Humans as Biological Agents” Asia & Europe Bulletin, no. 6, p. 28.
Holm, Patricia; Fynn J. Holm and Jürgen Holm. 2016. “Wal und Mensch: Jagen – beobachten – vergöttern” Biologie in unserer Zeit, vol. 46, issue 5, p. 300-307.
- Introductory Course “Japanese History 1” (Spring 2020, Fall 2018/16)
- Master Seminar “Socio-political Conflicts between Center and Periphery in Japan” (Fall 2019)
- Basic Course “Fundamentals of Japanese Studies: Sociology” (Fall 2019, co-teaching with Nora Gilgen)
- Master Seminar “Environmental Movements in Japan” (Spring 2019)
- Introductory Course “Introduction to Japanese Sociology” (Spring 2019/18/17/16, co-teaching with Nora Gilgen in Spring 2019 and Spring 2018)
- Bachelor Seminar “The Japanese Constitution” (Fall 2018, co-teaching with Nora Gilgen)
- Proseminar “Environmental History of Japan” (Spring 2017)
- Master Course “Reading Course Social Science” (Fall 2016)
- Proseminar “Development of Japan from an Economic and Historical Viewpoint” (Spring 2016, co-teaching with Dr. Georg D. Blind)
- Proseminar “Nationalism in Japan” (Fall 2015)