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Publications
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Jennifer Altehenger with Sebastian Gehrig, Laila Abu-Er-Rub, “The Transcultural Travels of Trends: An Introductory Essay,” Transcultural Studies (2011) 2: 140-63.

Sandra Annett, “Imagining Transcultural Fandom: Animation and Global Media Communities,” Transcultural Studies (2011) 2: 164-88.

Nora Frisch, “Nationalism to Go. Coke-Commercials between Lifestyle and Political Myth,” Journal of Current Chinese Affairs (2009) 2: 85-120.

Sebastian Gehrig, “Zwischen uns und dem Feind einen klaren Trennungsstrich ziehen: Linksterroristische Gruppen und maoistische Ideologie in der Bundesrepublik der 1960er und 1970er Jahre”, in: Kulturrevolution als Vorbild? Maoismen im deutschsprachigen Raum, ed. by Sebastian Gehrig, Barbara Mittler und Felix Wemheuer (Frankfurt: Peter Lang, 2008), 153-78.

Sebastian Gehrig, “(Re-)Configuring Mao: Trajectories of a Political Trend in West Germany during the 1960s and 1970s,” Transcultural Studies (2011) 2: 189-231.

Lena Henningsen, “Coffee, Fast Food and the Desire for Romantic Love in Contemporary China: Branding and Marketing Trends in Popular Contemporary Chinese-Language Literature,” Transcultural Studies (2011) 2: 232-70.

Lena Henningsen, “Reich der Fälscher – oder Land der Kreativen? Der chinesische Buchmarkt und (globale) Phänomene der Kreativität,” Orientierungen 1 (2009): 34-58.

Cora Jungbluth, “Creating a Chinese ‘Miele’? Asymmetries in the Consumer Perception of Chinese and German Brands,” International Journal of Asian Business and Information Management (IJABIM) 1 (2010) 4: 30-42.

Cora Jungbluth, “Going Global, Crossing Cultures – Intercultural Management in Chinese Enterprises,” International Journal of Chinese Culture and Management (IJCCM) 1 (2008) 3: 274-88.

SUN Liying. “An Exotic Self? Tracing Cultural Flows of Western Nudes in Pei-yang Pictorial News (1926-1933),” in: Transcultural Turbulences, edited by C.B. Brosius and R. Wenzlhuemer (Berlin; Heidelberg: Springer-Verlag, 2011), 271-300.

Petra Thiel, “Tracking Trends and Brands in the International Children’s Book Market,” Transcultural Studies (2012) 2: 85-124.

HUANG Xuelei, "From East Lynne to Konggu Lan: Transcultural Tour, Trans-Medial Translation,"Transcultural Studies (2012) 2: 48-84.

 

Forthcoming:

Laila Abu-Er-Rub and Annika Jöst, “Contemporary Visualisations of Foreign Women (the ‘Other’) in India’s and China’s Vogue and Elle”, in: A Space of Their Own: Women and the Periodical Press in China’s Long Twentieth Century, ed. by Joan Judge, Barbara Mittler and Michel Hockx, (under submission).

Jennifer Altehenger, “Transcultural Travels of Comics: Disney Publishing in the People’s Republic of China,” Routledge edited volume Asian Popular Culture: The Global (Dis-)Connection (under review).

Sebastian Gehrig, “‘To rebel is justified!’ Mao Zedong, the Chinese Cultural Revolution, and left-wing subcultures in Western Europe and the US.” (in preparation).

Lena Henningsen, “Individualism for the Masses? Coffee Consumption and the Chinese Middle Class’ Search for Authenticity,” Inter-Asia Cultural Studies (in print).

Lena Henningsen, “Zwischen Imitation und Imagination: Chinesische Spielarten der ‘Starbucks Experience’,” Tradition? Variation? Plagiat? Motive und ihre Adaption in China. Jahrbuch der Deutschen Vereinigung für Chinastudien 6, ed. by Lena Henningsen und Martin Hofmann (Wiesbaden: Harrassowitz, forthcoming).

HUANG Xuelei, “The Heroic and the Banal: Consuming Soviet Movies in                   Pre-Socialist China.” (peer-reviewed and re-submitted).

SUN Liying, “‘She and He’: Gender, Body and Transcultural Production in Linglong and its Global Context,” in: A Space of Their Own: Women and the Periodical Press in China’s Long Twentieth Century, ed. by Joan Judge, Barbara Mittler and Michel Hockx, (under submission).

SUN Liying, “Popularizing ‘luoti’ in China? The Trend of Body Culture in Beiyang huabao (1926-1936),” Transcultural Studies (under revision).

 

Talks:

Laila Abu-Er-Rub, “Contemporary Visualisations of Foreign Women (the ‘Other’) in India’s and China’s Vogue and Elle”, presented at Gender and Transcultural Production: Chinese Women’s Journals in their Global Context, 1900-2000, SOAS London, May 13-15, 2011.

Laila Abu-Er-Rub, “Striving for an International Look: the Trend of Travelling Beauties in Asia,” presented at Trends on the Move: Transcultural Dimensions of Popular Flows, Heidelberg, October 28-29, 2011.

Laila Abu-Er-Rub, “‘Brazilians, they look like Indians’: Changing Beauty Ideals in Women’s Magazines in India,” Annual Meeting of the American Anthropological Association, New Orleans, November 21, 2011.

Jennifer Altehenger, “Children of the Crocodile: Cartoon Magazines, Political Satire and the Pan-socialist Project in the early PRC and GDR” and “Conference Introduction,” presented at Trends on the Move: Transcultural Dimensions of Popular Flows, Heidelberg, October 28-29, 2011.

Jennifer Altehenger, “Coping with Cartoons: Cartoons Magazine and the Development of a Crisis Genre in China, 1950-1952,” presented at workshop The Cultures of Emergency, National University of Singapore, August 2009.

Jennifer Altehenger, “Bew.i.t.c.h.ing and Inducktrinating China? Disney Comics’ International Travels,” International Meeting of the Popular Culture Association, Turku, Finland, August 2009.

Jennifer Altehenger, “Inducktrinating China? A European Disney Product’s Travel to China,” presented at Rethinking Trends: Transcultural Flows in Popular Spheres, Heidelberg, November 2008.

Nora Frisch, “Individual Generation Y? The Construction of Chinese Youth‘s Cultural Identity in the Reflection of Television Advertising,” NIAS (Nordic Institute of Asian Studies), Kopenhagen University, Denmark, March 2008.

Nora Frisch, “Cosmopolitan Nationalists in Chinese Advertising,” EACS, Lund University, Sweden, August 2008.

Nora Frisch, “Modern Lei Fengs Wear Nike: Der Held – die Personifizierung des besseren Ich,” presented at Rethinking Trends: Transcultural Flows in Popular Spheres, Heidelberg, November 2008.

Nora Frisch, Discussant for the panel: “Trends’ Travels: Rethinking Transcultural and Glocalized Popular Flows between Asia and Europe,” PCACA-Conference in Turku, Finland, July 2009.

Nora Frisch, “Decoding Coca-Cola’s ideological message,” Internal workshop, Institute of Chinese Studies, Heidelberg, Germany, November 2009.

Sebastian Gehrig, “The Second ‘Evil Empire’? ‘Red China’ and the ‘Yellow Peril’ in Cold War Cinema,” presented at Trends on the Move: Transcultural Dimensions of Popular Flows, Heidelberg, Oct. 28-29, 2011.

Sebastian Gehrig, “Mao's Travel to Europe,” International Meeting of the Popular Culture Association, Turku, Finland, Aug. 2009.

Sebastian Gehrig, “Die Mao-Begeisterung der bundesdeutschen ‘68er’,” Cusanuswerk Fachschaftstagung Geschichte ‘Begegnungen von Ost und West: Kontakte, Konflikte und Kommunikationswege zwischen Europa und Asien in historischer Perspektive’, Haus Venusberg, Bonn, Jan. 2009.

Sebastian Gehrig, “Manufacturing a Political Trend: How Mao Zedong Became a Political Icon in West Germany During the 1960s and 1970s,” Rethinking Trends: Transcultural Flows in Popular Spheres, Heidelberg, November 2008.

Lena Henningsen, “How Socialist, how Realist(ic) was Socialist Realism? Exploring Narratives of (Food) Consumption in Chinese Novels (1950s and 1960s),” Popular Culture Workshop, Heidelberg, Jan. 2012.

Lena Henningsen, “Auf der Suche nach Authentizität und Identität: Kaffee-Konsum der urbanen chinesischen Mittelschicht,” Freiburg, Nov. 2011.

Lena Henningsen, “Coffee, Fast Food and the Desire for Romantic Love in Contemporary Chinese Literature and Society,” Frankfurt, Oct. 2011.

Lena Henningsen, “Individualism for the Masses? Coffee consumption and the Chinese middle class’ search for authenticity,” presented at Trends on the Move: Transcultural Dimensions of Popular Flows, Heidelberg, October 28-29, 2011.

Lena Henningsen, “Harry Potter und die chinesischen Piraten – Was der chinesische Buchmarkt uns über (globale) Phänomene der Kreativität lehren kann,” Konfuzius Institut Heidelberg, Sept. 2011.

Lena Henningsen, “Starbucks in China: Wie sich die chinesische ‘Mittelklasse’ durch Konsum erfindet,” Heidelberg, Juni 2011.

Lena Henningsen, “Individuality for the Masses? Coffee Consumption and the Imagination of the Chinese Middle Class,” Association of Asian Studies conference, Honolulu, März 2011.

Lena Henningsen, “Zwischen Imagination und Imitation: Chinesische Spielarten der ‘Starbucks Experience’,” DVCS Tagung, Heidelberg, Nov. 2010.

Lena Henningsen, “Harry Potter und die chinesischen Piraten – Was der chinesische Buchmarkt uns über (globale) Phänomene der Kreativität lehren kann,”  Germersheim, Dez. 2009.

Lena Henningsen, “Coffee, Fast Food and the Experience of xiaozi Romance, Branding and Marketing Trends in Popular Contemporary Chinese Literature,” presented at Rethinking Trends: Transcultural Flows in Popular Spheres, Heidelberg, November 2008.

HUANG Xuelei, “Consuming Soviet Movies in Pre-Socialist China,” Association of Asian Studies Annual Conference, Toronto, Mar. 2012.

HUANG Xuelei, “The Banality of the Sublime: Consuming Soviet Movies in Pre-Socialist China,” presented at Trends on the Move: Transcultural Dimensions of Popular Flows, Heidelberg, Oct. 28-29, 2011.

HUANG Xuelei, “Ideologies of the Leg: Women’s Legs and Changing Prototypes of the Ideal Woman on/off China’s Silver Screen (1920s-1970s),” Annual Conference of the Heidelberg Cluster of Excellence ‘Frontiers of Knowledge: Health, Environment and the History of Science’, Oct. 2011.

HUANG Xuelei, “From East Lynne to Konggu lan,” presented at Rethinking Trends: Transcultural Flows in Popular Spheres, Heidelberg, November 2008.

Annika Joest, “辣妈, Hot Moms et al. – On Trendy Supermothers in the Popular Media,” presented at Rethinking Trends: Transcultural Flows in Popular Spheres, Heidelberg, November 2008.

Annika Joest, “‘Never underestimate the Power of a Woman’: Representations of the New Woman as Working Woman 职业女性 and Business Woman 女商人,财经女性 in Linglong, Zhongguo Funü and Elle China,” presented at A New Approach to the Popular Press in China: Gender and Cultural Production, 1904-1937, Heidelberg, Dec. 17-19, 2009.

Annika Joest, “Contemporary Visualisations of Foreign Women (the ‘Other’) in India’s and China's Vogue and Elle - Layers of Othering as a Trend of Consumer Markets,” presented at Trends on the Move: Transcultural Dimensions of Popular Flows, Heidelberg, Oct. 28-29, 2011.

Cora Jungbluth, “Green, Organic, Eco-friendly? Changing Trends of Consumption and Production in China,” presented at Trends on the Move: Transcultural Dimensions of Popular Flows, Heidelberg, Oct. 28-29, 2011.

Cora Jungbluth, “Coming In, Going Out 引进来,走出去 – Rethinking Trends in Chinese FDI Policies,” EACS Biannual Conference, Riga, 14-18 July 2010.

Cora Jungbluth, “Creating a Chinese ‘Miele’? Asymmetries in the Consumer Perception of Chinese and German Brands,” 3rd China Goes Global Conference, Harvard University, 30 Sept.-2 Oct. 2009.

Cora Jungbluth, “Globalization of Chinese Enterprises – Threat or Opportunity to ‘the’ West?,” Harvard Project of Asian and International Relations HPAIR On-Campus Conference, Harvard University, 20 February 2009.

Jennifer May, “Converging Trends: the Celebration of Appropriation,” presented at Rethinking Trends: Transcultural Flows in Popular Spheres, Heidelberg, November 2008.

SUN Liying, “Whose Health? How to be Beautiful? Incorporating Freikörperkultur (Nudism) into the Chinese Market (1925-1935),” presented at Trends on the Move: Transcultural Dimensions of Popular Flows, Heidelberg, Oct. 28-29, 2011.

SUN Liying, “Nationalism, Athleticism, Phryneism and Transculturality: Changing Notions and Visual Representations of ‘Healthy Bodies’ in Chinese Pictorials (1900s-1940s),” a visual itinerary presented at Between Beauty and Health: Visual Itineraries of Changing Bodies in China’s Transcultural Mediascapes (1900s-2000s), a roundtable discussion at the Cluster’s third Annual Conference Frontiers of Knowledge: Health, Environment and the History of Science, Heidelberg, 6 Oct. 2011.

SUN Liying, “The New Eve Undressed: Nudes in Linglong and American Popular Journals (1920s-1930s),” presented at Gender and Transcultural Production: Chinese Women's Journals in their Global Context, 1900-2000, SOAS, London, 14 May 2011.

SUN Liying, “An Exotic Self? Tracing Transcultural Flows of Western Nudes in Pei-yang Pictorial News (1926-1933),” presented at Flows of Images and Media: the First Annual Conference of the Cluster of Excellence Asia and Europe in a Global Context, Heidelberg, 9 Oct. 2009.

SUN Liying, “Popularizing ‘luoti’ in China? The Trend of Body Culture in the Pei-yang Pictorial News (1926-1937),” International Meeting of the Popular Culture Association /American Culture Association, Turku, Finland, 27 July 2009.

SUN Liying, “Popularizing ‘luoti’ in China? The Trend of Body Culture in Beiyang huabao (1926-1936),” presented at Rethinking Trends: Transcultural Flows in Popular Spheres, Heidelberg, November 2008.

SUN Liying, “Elegant Ways of Seeing? Nude Images and the ‘Female Gaze’ in Linglong (1931-1933),” presented at workshop Gender and Cultural Production: A New Approach to Chinese Women’s Journals in the Early 20th Century, York University, Toronto, Canada, Oct. 29, 2008.

Petra Thiel, “No logo? China’s branded youth and their representation within contemporary Chinese literature and art,” presented at Trends on the Move: Transcultural Dimensions of Popular Flows, Heidelberg, Oct. 28-29, 2011.

 

Petra Thiel, “Miss Pippi’s Long March to China, or the Stuff a Children’s Bestseller is made of,” International Meeting of the Popular Culture Association/ American Culture Association, Turku, Finland, 27 July 2009.

Petra Thiel, “Pippi, Potter & Co: Tracking Trends and Brands in the International Children’s Book Market”, presented at Rethinking Trends: Transcultural Flows in Popular Spheres, Heidelberg, November 2008.

XIONG, Jingjing, “The Trend of Translating Sophia in the Late Qing”, presented at Rethinking Trends: Transcultural Flows in Popular Spheres, Heidelberg, November 2008.

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