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Julika Singer, M.A.

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Julika Singer, M.A.

Position

  • Ph.D. Candidate until April 2010

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Über Julika Singer

Projekte

Lebenslauf

2009: Organization of the D1 workshop: „Historicizing the ‚beyond‘ – the Mongolian invasions as a new dimension of violence"

since 2008: PhD scholarship at the Heidelberg University within the Cluster of Excellence. Position within the research project D1 "Historicizing the experience of violence without frontiers. Influence and importance of shifting asymmetries. The example of the Mongolian invasion in the thirteenth century" 

2006: Paper at the 13. Deutschsprachiger Japanologentag in Bonn on “Innovation und Exotik in der Nihonga-Malerei – Farbe im Werk von Imamura Shikô (1880-1916)”

2005 - 2008: Research and teaching assistant, Institute for Art History, Department of East Asian Art History, Free University Berlin

2005: Master of Arts at Heidelberg University.
Master’s thesis on the art theory and progressive education principles of the Japanese painter Yamamoto Kanae in Taishô era (1912-1926)

2003: Japanese Language Proficiency Test (Level I)

2001 - 2002: Participation at the one year propaedeutic course „Modern Chinese“ at the Department of Chinese Studies at Heidelberg University

2000 - 2004: Student assistant at the Institute of Japanese Studies, Heidelberg University

1999 - 2000: Scholarship of the Japanese Ministry of Education (Monbukagaku-shô) for an academic year in Nara University of Education, Japan

since 1998: Translator (Japanese-German)

1996 - 2004: M.A. studies in Japanese Studies and East Asian Art History, University of Heidelberg

Ausgewählte Publikationen

(in progress)
Paper on “The illustration of the Mongolian invasions of Japan in modern Japanese textbooks – the visual representation of violence as political strategy".

Paper at the 13. Deutschsprachiger Japanologentag in Bonn on “Innovation und Exotik in der Nihonga-Malerei – Farbe im Werk von Imamura Shikô (1880-1916)”.
 

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