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Emily Mae Graf

Graduate Student

Emily Mae Graf

Contact information

Karl Jaspers Centre for Advanced Transcultural Studies
Voßstraße 2, Building 4400
Room 017
69115 Heidelberg
Germany

Email:
emily-mae.graf@asia-europe.uni-heidelberg.de

Curriculum vitae

EDUCATION

2018

 

Ph.D. Heidelberg University

Graduate Programme for Transcultural Studies at the Cluster of Excellence “Asia and Europe in a Global Context”

Ph.D. thesis: “Lu Xun on Display: Memory, Space and Media in the Making of World Literary Heritage or The Materiality of World Literary Heritage: Memory, Space and Media in the Making of Lu Xun”

-          Subject: Modern Sinology / Transcultural Studies

-          Supervisors: Prof. Barbara Mittler (Sinology); Prof. Günter Leypoldt (English and American Literature)

-          Ph.D. thesis submitted December 18, 2017; defended February 8, 2018

-          Evaluation: summa cum laude

2013-14

Renmin University of China, Beijing

Joint-Ph.D.-Fellowship, fieldwork in Beijing, Shanghai, Shaoxing, Xiamen; Taiwan

-          Supervisor: Prof. Sun Yu 孙郁 (Chinese Literature)

2012

M.A. (Magister Artium) Heidelberg University

-          Thesis: “Visiting Experience and Communication in Literature Museums: A Case Study of the National Museum of Taiwan Literature”

-          Major: Modern Sinology / Minors: East Asian Art History; English Literature

2010

National Taiwan University (NTU), Taibei

Research semester at the Institute of Taiwan Literature, NTU and the National Museum of Taiwan Literature, Tainan

2006-07

National Taiwan University

Language classes / Training as a museum guide at the National Palace Museum, Taibei

2005

Helfenstein-Gymnasium Geislingen

High School graduation (Abitur)

 

WORK AND TEACHING EXPERIENCE

2018-

Assistentin/ Assistant Professor at the Institute of Chinese Studies, Heidelberg U

2012-18

Assistentin/ Assistant Professor [M.A.] at the Institute of Chinese Studies, Heidelberg U

 

Administration

 

Student counseling (Master of Education), exam reports, project supervision, BA/MA teaching program conception

 

Project Management

2014-

Project manager of “Taking China to the Schools!” at the Institute of Chinese Studies, Heidelberg U, supported by the Robert Bosch Foundation (2014-15) and the Confucius Institute at Heidelberg U (2016-)

Teaching

 

Teaching at the Institute of Chinese Studies, Heidelberg U

-          MA seminar (Übung: Textlektüre und Analyse) “Remembering and Forgetting: Lu Xun and Cultural Politics in the PRC”, summer semester 2017

-          MA seminar (Übung: Textlektüre und Analyse) “Founding Fathers of Modern Chinese and Taiwanese Literature: Lu Xun and Lai He”, summer semester 2013

-          BA seminar (Übung: Textlektüre): “The Sacralization of Lu Xun”, winter semester 2012-13

 

Selected publications

 

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