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Institute of Asian and Oriental Studies

Lectures 2023

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  • Akademische Exzellenz – vergeschlechtlicht und vergeschlechtlichend

    Dr. Andrea Zimmermann, Universität Bern

  • China and the Genesis of a New World Order

    Prof. em. Dr. Susanne Weigelin-Schwiedrzik

  • Being Part of Transformation from “Old Japan” to “New Japan”? White-Collar migrants in Corporate Japan

    Prof. Yen-Fen Tseng (Department of Sociology, National Taiwan University)

  • Approaches to Educating Neurodivergent Students in Japan: Balancing the Needs of the Individual and the Needs of Society

    Prof. Lynne Y. Nakano (The Chinese University of Hong Kong)

  • Having a Strategy, Ensuring Success: School Progression and Work Transi­tion of Immigrant-origin Youths in Japan

    Prof. Dr. Giulia Dugar, University of Bologna

  • Der Papst und der Brief der Ming-Kaiserin. Römische Perspektiven auf den Sturz der Ming-Dynastie

    Prof. Dr. Nadine Amsler, Universität Basel

  • Scandal in Japan: Transgression, Performance and Ritual

    Dr. Igor Prusa (Metropolitan University Prague)

  • Three Chinese Views of Intuition

    Prof. Lisa Raphals (University of California at Riverside)

  • Language and culture in the Tarim Basin of the first millennium

    Prof. Dr. Hannes Fellner

  • Women and the Re-Casting of the Spiritual in Morocco

    Dr. Meriem El Haitami

  • Language and culture in the Tarim Basin of the first millennium

  • Health and Social Security Systems: Literacy of Filipino Domestic Workers in Japan

    Ass. Prof. Dr. Jocelyn O. Celero (Asian Center, University of the Philippines Diliman)

  • Migrant Dreams: Indians in the Japanese Labor Market

    Dr. Megha Wadhwa (Free University Berlin)

  • Underground Art During Mao’s Cultural Revolution

    Assoc. Prof. Aihe Wang (University of Hong Kong)

  • How to Avoid Wars: Diplomatic Strategies in Early China

    Prof. Dr. Armin Selbitschka (LMU München)

  • Das Śarannavarātrī-Fest und die Śaṅkarācāryas von Śṛṅgerī. Zur Performanz von Sakralität und Macht in einer südindischen Tradition

    Prof. Dr. Karin Steiner (Universität Würzburg)

  • You can(’t) have it all! Lebensentscheidungen, die Vereinbarkeitsfrage und der demographische Wandel

    Dr. Nora Kottmann (Deutsches Institut für Japanstudien, Tokyo)

  • The Uncertain State: Uncertainty as Everyday Experience and Mode of Governmentality in Contemporary India

    Prof. Dr. Geert de Neve (University of Sussex)

  • Narrative Repetition in the Screen Adaptations of Overseas Chinese Literature

    Assoc Prof. Hong Yang (Yangtze Normal University, China)

  • Human Court - Lesung und Gespräch mit anschliessendem Vortrag

    Cho Kwanghee (Schriftsteller)

    Joseph Lee (Literaturwissenschaftler)

    Daniela Tan (Japanologin)

  • Sexarbeit: ein feministischer Widerspruch? Geschlechterkonstruktionen und die Komplexität des Alltags von (migrantischen) Sexarbeiter*innen

    Prof. Sabine Grenz (Universität Wien; Humboldt-Universität zu Berlin)

  • Is Sallekhanā a form of Suicide? A Critical Examination of the Legality and Ethicality of the Jain Fast to Death

    Prof. Dr. Claire Maes (Universität Tübingen)

  • India’s Authoritarianism -- in the Time of Modi and Climate Change --

    Prof. Dr. Nikita Sud (University of Oxford)

  • Classical Roots of Sino-Marxism

    Asst Prof. Dawid Rogacz (Adam Mickiewicz University, Poznań)

  • A Fukushima Mother’s Story: 12 years from Evacuation to Lobbying at the UN Human Rights Council

    M. Sonoda (Fukushima)

  • River Life and the Upspring of Nature - Book Talk

    Prof. Dr. Naveeda Khan (Johns Hopkins University)

  • Migrants and Machine Politics - Book Talk

    Prof. Dr. Adam Michael Auerbach (American University Washington, D.C.)