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Gotelind Müller-Saini, Prof. Dr.

Position

  • Professor of Chinese Studies, Heidelberg University
  • Principal Investigator

Kontaktinformationen

Institute of Chinese Studies
Heidelberg University
Akademiestraße 4-8
69117 Heidelberg
Germany

Email:
mueller-saini@zo.uni-heidelberg.de
Telefon:
+49 (0) 6221-54-7764

Projekte

Lebenslauf

Since 2004: Professor, Institute of Chinese Studies, Heidelberg University

2003: Deputy Chair of Modern Chinese Studies, Heidelberg University  

2002: Habilitation in Chinese Studies, University of Freiburg

2001-2002: Habilitation procedures, Freiburg

1999-2000: Funded research leave, University of Freiburg

1996-1999: Lecturer for Non-Western Cultures, Chinese History and Culture and Japanese History, Society and Economy at the Institute for International Business Management, FH Furtwangen

1994-1995: Lecturer for Chinese Studies, University of Freiburg

1993-1994: Funded research stay in Japan, Taiwan and the PR China

1992-1993:
Additional studies of Tibetology and Indology, University of Bonn

1992: PhD Chinese Studies, University of Munich

1990-1991: Funded research stay in Japan, Taiwan and the PR China

1989: Funded research trip to the US (various centres of Buddhist studies)

1988-1992: PhD program Chinese Studies, University of Munich

1988: MA Chinese Studies, University of Munich

1985-1988: Sinology, Japanology and Ethnology, University of Munich

1984-1985: Chinese language, Fu-Jen-University, Taipei

1982-1984: Sinology, Japanology and Ethnology, University of Freiburg   

Ausgewählte Publikationen

Books

Documentary, World History, and National Power in the PRC. Global Rise in Chinese Eyes. Series: Chinese Worlds, vol. 32.
London and New York: Routledge 2013, xii+252 pp.

ed.: "Designing History in East Asian Textbooks. Identity Politics and Transnational Aspirations", Routledge Verlag, London and New York (27th January 2011), 290 pages. Paperback edition 2013.

"Representing History in Chinese Media: The TV Drama "Zou Xiang Gonghe" (Towards the Republic)" (http://www.transactionpub.com/title/Representing-History-in-Chinese-Media-978-3-8258-0787-0.html), Berlin: LIT 2007, viii, 210 pp.

China, Kropotkin und der Anarchismus. Eine Kulturbewegung im China des frühen 20. Jahrhunderts unter dem Einfluß des Westens und japanischer Vorbilder, Wiesbaden: Harrassowitz 2001.

Buddhismus und Moderne. Ouyang Jingwu, Taixu und das Ringen um ein zeitgemäßes Selbstverständnis im chinesischen Buddhismus des frühen 20. Jahrhunderts, Stuttgart: Steiner 1993.

with Martin Erbes, Wu Xingwen, Qing Xianci, Drei Studien über Lin Yutang (1895–1976), Bochum: Brockmeyer 1989.

Articles

(full list see http://www.sino.uni-heidelberg.de/staff/saini/)

China and the Russian Revolution of 1905”. In: Felicitas Fischer von Weikersthal et al. (eds.): The Russian Revolution of 1905 in Transcultural Perspective: Identities, Peripheries, and the Flow of Ideas. Bloomington, Indiana: Slavica Publishers, 2013, pp. 279-89.

Atarashiki mura versus Xincun. On the Chinese reception of a Japanese model of alternative lifestyle as a case study on standard and deviation
[2001] Heidelberg: Universitätsbibliothek Heidelberg, 2013

Chinese perspectives on the Russo-Japanese war
[2007] Heidelberg: Universitätsbibliothek Heidelberg, 2013

Chinese women between education and money: ideal and reality of female worker-students in the early years of the Republic. [2001] Heidelberg: Universitätsbibliothek Heidelberg, 2013

Gu Hongming (1857 - 1928) and China’s defence against the occident
[2006] Heidelberg: Universitätsbibliothek Heidelberg, 2013.

Hasegawa Teru alias Verda Majo (1912-1947) : a Japanese woman esperantist in the Chinese anti-Japanese war of resistance
[2001] Heidelberg: Universitätsbibliothek Heidelberg, 2013

How to tell my child? : strategies used in current Chinese school textbooks to transmit the normative view on history
[2008] Heidelberg: Universitätsbibliothek Heidelberg, 2013

with Wolfgang Seifert and Joachim Kurtz: East Asian history : research contributions of the University of Heidelberg
[2012] Heidelberg: Universitätsbibliothek Heidelberg, 2013.

"Intervention: Some thoughts on the problem of ‘popular/public history’ in China". In: Jerome De Groot (ed.): Public and Popular History. London: Routledge, 2012, pp. 81-91.

"Glocalizing 'Race' in China: Concepts and Contingencies at the Turn of the Twentieth Century". In: Berg, Manfred and Wendt, Simon (eds.): Racism in the Modern World - Historical Perspectives on Cultural Transfer and Adaptation. New York: Berghahn 2011, pp. 236-254.

"Introduction", in: Gotelind Müller (ed.): Designing History in East Asian Textbooks. Identity Politics and Transnational Aspirations. London and New York: Routledge. Routledge Studies in Education and Society in Asia. 2011, pp. 1-6.

"Teaching 'the others' history' in Chinese schools: the state, cultural asymmetries and shifting images of Europe (from 1900 to today)", in: Designing History in East Asian Textbooks. Identity Politics and Transnational Aspirations. London and New York: Routledge. Routledge Studies in Education and Society in Asia. 2011, pp. 32-59.

"Concluding remarks", in: Gotelind Müller (ed.): Designing History in East Asian Textbooks. Identity Politics and Transnational Aspirations. London and New York: Routledge. Routledge Studies in Education and Society in Asia. 2011, pp. 277-282

"Glocalizing 'Race' in China: Concepts and Contingencies at the Turn of the Twentieth Century". In: Berg, Manfred and Wendt, Simon (eds.): Racism in the Modern World - Historical Perspectives on Cultural Transfer and Adaptation. New York: Berghahn 2011, pp. 236-254

“Intervention: Some thoughts on the problem of 'popular/public history' in China“, in: Rethinking History, vol. 15, no 2, pp. 229-239

"Are We 'Yellow' and Who is 'Us'? China's Problems with Glocalising the Concept of "Race" (around 1900), in: BJOAF 2008, pp. 153-1

"Wie sage ich's meinem Kinde? Strategien zur Vermittlung eines normativen Geschichtsbildes in zeitgenössischen chinesischen Schulbüchern" (How to tell my child? Strategies used in current Chinese school textbooks to transmit the normative view on history) in: Angelos Chaniotis, Amina Kropp, Christiane Steinhoff (eds.): Überzeugungsstrategien (Strategies of persuasion). Heidelberger Jahrbücher 2008, pp. 189-206

"Chinesische Perspektiven auf den Russisch-Japanischen Krieg" (Chinese Perspectives on the Russo-Japanese War) in: Sprotte, Maik / Seifert, Wolfgang / Löwe, Heinz-Dietrich (eds.): Der Russisch-Japanische Krieg 1904/05. Anbruch einer neuen Zeit? (The Russo-Japanese War 1904/05. Dawn of a New Era?), Wiesbaden 2007, pp. 203-239

"Buddhism and Historicity in Early 20th Century China - Ouyang Jingwu, Taixu and the Problem of Modernity", in: Orientierungen 2007/2, pp. 28-51

"Historical consciousness in the PR China between education and consumption: intersecting collective and individual narratives of identity", in: Peter Ackermann / Bruce White (ed.): Strategies of Belonging: Individual and Collective Construction of Narrative Continuity. (Diskussionsbeiträge Erlanger Japanstudien Nr. 14). Erlangen 2007, pp. 71-79

"Gu Hongming (1857-1928) und Chinas Verteidigung gegen das Abendland", in: Orientierungen. Zeitschrift zur Kultur Asiens, 1/2006, pp. 1-23

“Thinking globally, acting locally. Chinese anarchists between national and international concerns (1900–1930s)”, in: William C. Kirby, Mechthild Leutner and Klaus Mühlhahn (eds.): Berliner China-Hefte – Chinese History and Society 2006: Global Conjectures. China in Transnational Perspective, pp. 103–120.

with Gregor Benton, “Esperanto and Chinese anarchism in the 1920s and 1930s”, in: Language Problems & Language Planning 30/2 (2006), 173–192.

with Gregor Benton, “Esperanto and Chinese anarchism 1907–1920. The translation from diaspora to homeland”, in: Language Problems & Language Planning 30/1 (2006), 45–73.

“Chinese Anarchism and ‘Glocalization’”, in: Bochumer Jahrbuch zur Ostasienforschung 29 (2005), 223–234.

“Lin Yutang (1895–1976), Christianity and Jesus. A Bundle of Contradictions”, in: Roman Malek (ed.): The Chinese Face of Jesus Christ, 3a, Nettetal: Steyler 2005, 1083–1105.

“Knowledge is Easy – Action is Difficult. The Case of Chinese Anarchist Discourse on Women and Gender Relations and its Practical Limitations”, in: Mechthild Leutner and Nicola Spakowski (eds.): Women in China. The Republican Period in Historical Perspective, Münster: Lit-Verlag 2005, 86–106 (Berliner China-Studien, 44).

“Terrorists or Heroes? Liang Qichao and Early Chinese Perceptions of Anarchism (prior to 1903)”, in: Li Xisuo (ed.): Liang Qichao Yu Jindai Zhongguo Shehui Wenhua (Liang Qichao and modern Chinese society and culture), Tianjin: Tianjin guji chubanshe 2005, 441–458.

“Hasegawa Teru alias Verda Majo (1912–1947). Eine japanische Esperantistin im chinesischen anti-japanischen Widerstand”, in: Denise Gimpel and Melanie Hanz (eds.): Cheng. All in Sincerity, Festschrift in Honour of Monika Übelhör, Hamburg: Hamburger Sinologische Gesellschaft 2001, 259–274.

“Chinesische Frauen zwischen Bildung und Geld. Ideal und Realität der Werkstudentinnen in den frühen Jahren der Republik”, in: Monika Übelhör (ed.): Zwischen Tradition und Revolution. Lebensentwürfe und Lebensvollzüge chinesischer Frauen an der Schwelle zur Moderne, Marburg: Universitäts-Bibliothek 2001, 196–217.

“Atarashiki mura versus Xincun. Zur chinesischen Rezeption eines japanischen Modells alternativer Lebensführung”, in: Stefan Wild and Hartmut Schild (eds.): Akten des 27. Deutschen Orientalistentages (Bonn, 28.9.–2.10.1998), Würzburg: Ergon 2001, 685–694.

“Zum Begriff des Traumes und seiner Funktion im chinesischen buddhistischen Kanon”, in: Zeitschrift der Deutschen Morgenländischen Gesellschaft 142/2 (1992), 343–377.

Maintained websites:

"Representations of history in Chinese film and television" (2006-)
(http://www.sino.uni-heidelberg.de/representations/

 

 

Further information

Profile at the Institute of Chinese Studies, Heidelberg University

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