East Asia Research Salon

The Göttingen East Asia Research Salon
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Serving as a venue for PhD students in the field of East Asian Studies, our Salon encourages young researchers to meet, network and present their work. It brings a new generation of scholars together with established researchers to create a vibrant hub of scholarly exchange and collaboration.

Each of our Salons is a small group gathering hosted by a young faculty member. Participants are invited to discuss their dissertation research, but are also expected to move beyond their individual topics and engage with the wider research community.

East Asia Research Salon Calendar

The 14th Göttingen East Asia Research Salon
June 11, 2019
Masato Hasegawa
(Max Planck Institute for the History of Science)
Measuring Reliability in the Wartime Transport of Provisions: The Case of Mao Yuanyi (1594-1641)
Conveners: Dr. Charlotte Backerra, Dr. Julia Schneider

The 13th Göttingen East Asia Research Salon
Hanning PIAO
(Fudan University, Shanghai)
Mixed Identities in Northeast Chinese Borderlands: Koreans in Liaodong in the 15th to 17th centuries
Conveners: Yan JIN  & Dr. Julia C. SCHNEIDER

The 12th Göttingen East Asia Research Salon
Jan 16, 2018
Xiao (Alvin) Yang, PhD candidate, Political Science, University of Kassel
Theorizing the Current Global Order in the Era of Globalization, Regional Integration and the Resurgence of Nationalism: Global China, Regional EU, and National US?<
Conveners: Sarah Eaton & Katja Pessl

The 11th Göttingen East Asia Research Salon
February 1, 2017
Carolin Kautz, PhD candidate, Assistant Professor, Department of East Asian Studies, University of Göttingen
Bullets coated with sugar: Anticorruption and moralising in the Chinese Communist Party
Conveners: Sarah Eaton & Katja Pessl

The 10th Göttingen East Asia Research Salon
December 06, 2016
Elena C. Lichtenthaler, PhD candidate, University of Göttingen
Hungry China – How to explain China’s changing international food policy
Conveners: Sarah Eaton & Katja Pessl

The 9th Göttingen East Asia Research Salon
March 7, 2016
Peng Tsintsin, PhD candidate, Department of Modern East Asian Studies, University of Göttingen
Between Faith and Truth: The Historical Writing of Buddhism in Modern China
Conveners: Axel Schneider & Katja Pessl

The 8th Göttingen East Asia Research Salon
June 22, 2015      
Britta Büermann,
PhD candidate, Department of Modern East Asian Studies, University of Göttingen
Seeing Tradition in Modernity: Yang Honglie’s Historiography of China’s Legal System
Conveners: Axel Schneider & Katja Pessl

The 7th Göttingen East Asia Research Salon
March 10, 2015           
David Reitemeier,
PhD candidate, Department of Modern East Asian Studies, University of Göttingen
East Asian Financial Regionalism: Managing moral hazard and collective action problems in East Asian financial regionalism: End of the Road for the ASEAN- Way?
Convener: Katja Pessl

The 6th Göttingen East Asia Research Salon
July 15, 2014  
Jun Chu,
PhD candidate in Cultural Anthropology, University of Göttingen
Urban citizenship, mobility and border regime. Contested social spaces of migrant workers in Shanghai
Convener: Katja Pessl

The 5th Göttingen East Asia Research Salon
June 17, 2014
Marina Schmitz, PhD Student, Chair for HRM and Asian Business at the University of Göttingen
Preventing Labour Turnover of Blue Collar Workers in China – Tilting at Windmills?
Conveners: Fabian Jintae Froese & Katja Pessl

The 4th Göttingen East Asia Research Salon
May 7, 2014   
Julia Schneider, PhD; Assistant Professor, Department of East Asian Studies
Can there be a how-to manual for doing a PhD? A personal account
Conveners: Axel Schneider & Katja Pessl

The 3rd Göttingen East Asia Research Salon
January 22, 2014  
Madeleine Martinek
, PhD Student, Chinese Law and WTO Law, Göttingen
Special Economic Zones and the WTOLegal Implications for China’s Unitary State and the International Trade
Convener: Katja Pessl

The 2nd Göttingen East Asia Research Salon
June 17, 2013
Kang Jie, PhD Student, Max Planck Institute for the Study of Religious and Ethnic Diversity
From Peasant to Pastor: The rural-urban transformation of Protestant Christianity in Linyi, Shandong Province
Conveners: Axel Schneider & Katja pessl

The 1st Göttingen East Asia Research Salon
May 6, 2013
Wong Tsz, PhD Student, Expert Cultures from the 12th to the 16th century
Matteo Ricci in East West Music Exchange
Convener: Katja Pessl

 

Present your research project!

Presenting your research project to peers and faculty members at the Centre provides you valuable feedback and supports your research through access to new ideas. Participation in the Salon introduces you to a network of scholars that can be invaluable to your career and future research projects.

The East Asia Research Salon welcomes new participants and the opportunity to initiate and develop mutual research projects. Please feel free to contact us!