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Jens Østergaard Petersen

Associate Member

Contact information

Email:
petersen@asia-europe.uni-heidelberg.de

Projects

Curriculum vitae

1954: Born in Denmark
 
1973: Enrolled in Copenhagen University
 
1976: BA in Chinese Studies
 
1979: BA in Philosophy
 
1979 - 1980: Studies in Chinese history (Han-Tang) at National Taiwan University
 
1982 - 1983: Studies in Japanese language in Japan at Tokai University
 
1983: MA in Chinese Studies. Thesis: “The proscriptions from office for partisanship - an annotated translation of Hou Han Shu, liezhuan 57 with an essay on redistributive economy in Han-Wei China”
 
1983 - 1984: Teaching Assistant, East Asian Institute, Copenhagen University. History of the Chinese Middle Ages
 
1984 - 1986: Monbunsho Scholarship at Research Institute for Humanistic Studies, Kyoto University (Japan). Studies in Chinese history (Tang) and Chinese History of Thought (Taiping jing)
 
1987 - 1990: Part-Time Lecturer, East Asian Institute, Copenhagen University. Chinese history and Classical and Modern Chinese
 
1991: Scholarship (six months), The Research Council for Humanistic Studies, Denmark. Studies in redistributive economy in early China
 
1992 - 1993: Carlsberg - Clare Hall Visiting Fellowship (Cambridge, UK). Studies in early Chinese historiography, especially in connection with the textual stratigraphy and redaction critical study of the early Chinese work of history, Zuozhuan
 
1993 - 1995: Teaching Assistant, Institute for Asian Studies, Copenhagen University. Classical Chinese
 
1994: Evaluated competent for professorship at Copenhagen University
 
1995: Research at Ritsumeikan University (Japan) under Short-Term Scientist Exchange Program. Studies i epigraphical sources from the Chinese Bronze Age
 
1995 - 1999: Research Associate Professor, Institute for Asian Studies, Copenhagen University, financed by the Carlsberg Foundation. Redaction and posthumous publication of Søren Egerod’s Atayal-English Dictionary, and studies in early Chinese historiography, especially in connection with Zuozhuan
 
1999 - 2000: Research fellow at Synonyma Serica Comparata Project, Center for Advanced Study, The Norwegian Research Academy. Studies in the structure of early Chinese vocabulary. Development of database containing the to-date most comprehensive and information-laden relational dictionary of Classical Chinese
 
2001 - 2002: Database and web interface programmer for Synonyma Serica Comparata Project (later called Thesaurus Linguae Sericae Project) at Sinologisches Seminar, Universität Heidelberg, financed by Chiang Ching-kuo Foundation
 
2002 - 2003: Fixed-Term Lecturer (part-time), Institute for Asian Studies, Copenhagen University. Modern and Classical Chinese and Chinese history and society.
 
2002 - 2005: Participant in project for developing Kaimen, an integrated electronic multimedia curriculum for Beginning Chinese, financed by EU through the Asia-Link Programme
 
2003 - 2005: Part-Time Lecturer, Institute for Asian Studies, Copenhagen University. Chinese history and Modern and Classical Chinese
 
2005 - 2007: Teaching Assistant Professor and Part-Time Lecturer, Asian Section, Institute for Cross-Cultural and Regional Studies, Copenhagen University. Modern Chinese
 
2006 - 2008: Board Member, European Centre for Chinese Studies
 
2007 - 2008: Research Assistant, Asian Section, Institute for Cross-Cultural and Regional Studies, Copenhagen University. Modern and Classical Chinese
 
2008: Database and web interface programmer for the Thesaurus Linguae Sericae Project at Sinologisches Seminar, Universität Heidelberg, and Oslo University

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