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Dr. Susanne Klien

( 01.12.2009 - 31.08.2013 )

Kulturanthropologie

  • Tradierung und Repräsentation lokaler Traditionen
  • Identitätsdiskurse
  • Regionale Revitalisierung
  • Aktuelles Projekt „Polyseme Traditionspflege im ländlichen Japan: Wege zum Glück?“

Abgeschlossene DIJ Projekte

Publikationen

Bücher

(2002)
Beauchamp, Edward (Ed.), Rethinking Japan’s Identity and International Role – An Intercultural Perspective.
New York/London: Routledge. 144 S.

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Arbeitspapiere

Vorträge

Lehre

May 2010
Orientalism and Occidentalism in Discourse and Practice (Intensive seminar for graduate students), Institute of East Asian Studies, Free University Berlin

April and July 2008
Tradition in Prozessen japanischer Identitätskonstruktion (Graduate seminar about tradition in processes of Japanese identity construction, Intensive course), Institute of East Asian Studies, Free University Berlin

Winter term 2006/07
Intensive research workshop for doctoral students, Graduate School “Asia and Africa in World Reference Systems ( Conception, planning and implementation of a workshop programme in order to discuss and present individual research by students) , Wittenberg

Summer term 2006
Interdisciplinary colloquium for doctoral students, Graduate School Graduiertenzentrum "Asia and Africa in World Reference Systems", MLU University Halle-Wittenberg

Winter term 2005/6
Ausgewählte Themen aus der aktuellen japanischen Gesellschaft: Von enjo kōsai zu hikikomori (Course for bachelor students about selected topics from contemporary Japanese society),

Summer term 2005
Japans kulturelle Außenbeziehungen in der Meiji-Zeit (Seminar for undergraduate and graduate students about Japan’s cultural relations with foreign countries during the Meiji period), Berlin Humboldt University

Summer term 2005
Hilfsmittel und Arbeitstechniken der Japanologie (Undergraduate seminar on basic studying and research techniques in Japanese language, history and culture), Berlin Humboldt University, Centre of Japanese Studies

Winter term 2004/5
Politik als Thema der Intellektuellen in der Meiji- und Taishō-Zeit (Seminar for undergraduate and graduate students about politics as an issue among Meiji intellectuals), Berlin Humboldt University

Winter term 2004/5
Lektüre klassischer chinesischer Gedichte Mori Ōgais (Course for graduate students about reading classical Chinese poems by Mori Ōgai), Berlin Humboldt University

Summer term 2004
Nihonjinron (Seminar for undergraduate and graduate students about the debate on Japanese identity in Japan), Berlin Humboldt University

Summer term 2004
Lektüre von Texten zur Geistesgeschichte der Meiji-Zeit (Graduate seminar on lecture of texts on political ideas of Meiji period), Berlin Humboldt University

Winter term 2003/4
Japanische Perzeptionen des Westens – Westliche Perzeptionen Japans in der Meiji-Zeit (Undergraduate seminar on Japanese perceptions of the West and Western perceptions of Japan in the Meiji period), Berlin Humboldt University

Summer term 2003
Politik und Geistesgeschichte der Meiji-Zeit (Undergraduate Seminar on the politics and history of ideas of Meiji period), Berlin Humboldt University

Summer term 2003
Hilfsmittel und Arbeitstechniken der Japanologie (Undergraduate seminar on basic studying and research techniques in Japanese language, history and culture), Berlin Humboldt University, Centre of Japanese Studies

Mitgliedschaften

Vereinigung für sozialwissenschaftliche Japanforschung (VSJF)

European Association for Japanese Studies (EAJS)

Akademischer Arbeitskreis Japan (AAJ)

地域活性学会 (The Japan Association of Regional Development and Revitalization)

Japan Anthropology Workshop (JAWS)

American Anthropological Association

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