• Your current position:
  • People >
  • All >
  • Mag. phil. Andreas Eichleter

Print this Page. Send this Page.

Andreas Eichleter, Mag. phil.


  • PhD Candidate - University of Heidelberg, Department of History: The Transformation of Yokohama in the Treaty Port Era (working title)

Contact information

Karl Jaspers Centre for Advanced Transcultural Studies
Voßstraße 2, Building 4400
Room 021
69115 Heidelberg


About Andreas Eichleter

Historian with a research focus on Global History and the relation between the West and East Asia in the Early Modern Period.

Curriculum vitae

2019 Summer Semester - Tutor at the University of Heidelberg, Department of Japanese Studies

2015 -
Cross-National-Doctoral-Course (CNDC), joint-degree program between Heidelberg University and Tohoku University

Japanese Supervisor: Prof. Tozawa Hidenori


Research Assistant at the Graduate School of Law, Tohoku University

2014 - 

Start of the dissertation project at the Deparment of History at Heidelberg University

Supervisor: Dr. Harald Fuess


Graduation as Magister der Philosophie

Thesis Title: "The United States and the Opening of China and Japan in the 19th century"

Supervisor: Univ. Prof. Dr. Peer Vries

Erasmus Exchange year at the University College Cork, Irland


Began the Diplomstudium Geschichte at the University of Vienna

Selected publications

Eichleter, Andreas, "The Outside Perspective- The Treaty Port Press, the Meiji Restoration and the Image of a Modern Japan" in: Mutual Images Journal Volume 6 (June 20, 2019)