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Juni 2019

The 13th Göttingen East Asia Research Salon: Mixed Identities in Northeast Chinese Borderlands: Koreans in Liaodong in the 15th to 17th centuries

04. Jun., 16:00 - 18:00
Kulturwissenschaftliches Zentrum, KWZ 0.701,
Heinrich-Düker-Weg 14
37073 Göttingen

Presenter: Hanning PIAO (Fudan University, Shanghai) Commentators: Yan JIN (Department of East Asian Studies, Göttingen) & Dr. Julia C. SCHNEIDER (Department of East Asian Studies, Göttingen) Abstract: Migration has existed throughout the history of human beings, affecting the identities of migrating peoples and the societies they migrate into. Before the world has been overwhelmed by modernization, national states and globalization, how did migratory people perceive themselves and how were they perceived by others? Were there clear boundaries between “Us” and…

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China – Pflanzen aus dem Reich der Mitte Sonderführungen durch den Alten Botanischen Garten der Universität Göttingen

05. Jun., 17:00 - 18:00
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China - Pflanzen aus dem Reich der Mitte Sonderführungen durch den Alten Botanischen Garten der Universität Göttingen
Alter Botanischer Garten,
Untere Karspüle 2
37073 Göttingen

Im Rahmen der Vortragsreihe China’s Green Transformation werden im Sommersemester 2019 Führungen zur Flora Chinas im Alten Botanischen Garten angeboten. Veranstalter der Vortragsreihe sind das Centre for Modern East Asian Studies (CeMEAS) und das Akademische Konfuzius Institut (AKI) an der Universität Göttingen. Das detaillierte Programm der Vortragsreihe finden Sie auf unserer Webpage: Termine für die Führungen durch den Alten Botanischen Garten: Mittwoch, 22. Mai, 17:00 – ca. 18:00 (zusätzlicher Termin!) Mittwoch, 5. Juni 2019, 17:00 – ca. 18:00 Mittwoch,…

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FiReF-FIRSt International Conference: “The Global Dimensions of Religious Othering”

11. Jun., 09:15 - 19:00

The topic of ‘religious othering’—stereotyping people of other faiths in a prejudicial way—has become an aspect of nationalist politics and social conflict throughout the world, including Europe and the United States. The conference will explore the various ways in which religious phenomena are related to the process of othering—identifying and maintaining group boundaries between those who share a particular form of religious phenomena and those who do not. For more information please click here.

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The 14th Göttingen East Asia Research Salon: Measuring Reliability in the Wartime Transport of Provisions: The Case of Mao Yuanyi (1594-1641)

11. Jun., 16:00 - 18:00
Verfügungsgebäude, VG 2.101,
Platz der Göttinger Sieben 7
37073 Göttingen

Presenter: Masato Hasegawa (Max Planck Institute for the History of Science) Commentators: Dr. Charlotte Backerra, Dr. Julia Schneider For an essay draft please contact us ( Short Bio: Masato Hasegawa received his PhD in History from Yale University in 2013 and previously taught Chinese, Korean, and East Asian history at the University of Oregon, Columbia University, and New York University. His research centers on the question of how individual lives intersected larger historical changes in borderlands in early modern East…

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Prof. Sheldon Garon (Department of History, Princeton University): „On the Transnational Destruction of Cities: What Japan and the U.S. learned from the Bombing of Britain, Germany, and China“

Abtract: How did it become “normal” to bomb cities and civilians? Focusing on the aerial bombardment of China, Britain, Germany, and Japan in 1937-45, Garon spotlights the role of transnational learning in the construction of the “home front” among all the belligerents. World War II was a global experience, yet histories of the home front remain confined to individual nations. In reality, not only did the warring states study each other’s strategies to destroy the enemy’s home front and “civilian…

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