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Summer Term 2016

Harald Fuess
The Global Company: Past and Present (Seminar; No. 9719KJC590)
Treaty Ports in East Asia (Seminar; No. 9719KJC59)

Steven Ivings
Socio-Economic History of Northeast Asia During Industrialization (Seminar; No. 9719KJC620)

Stefan Knoob
Gesellschaft und Kultur auf der koreanischen Halbinsel in Moderne und Gegenwart (Seminar; No. 9719KJC593)

Winter Term 2015/16

Steven Ivings
Frontiers of Modernity: Contact Zones, Development, Settler Colonialism, and Peripheries in Northeast Asia 1700-2000 (Seminar; No. 9719KJC570)
Global Economic History (Seminar; No. 9719KJC571)

Stefan Knoob
Social and Cultural Transformations in Modern Korea in Global and Transcultural Perspective (Seminar; No. 9719KJC572)

Hisaki Kono
Development Economics (Block-Seminar; No. 9719KJC573)

Summer Term 2015

Harald Fuess
Consumer Culture: History of Food and Drinks (Seminar; No. 9719KJC522 )
Global History and Meiji Japan (Seminar; No. 9719KJC523)

Steven Ivings
Economic Development in 20th Century East Asia (Seminar; No. 9719KJC524)

Stefan Knoob
North Korean society and culture: Explorations into the emergence of an embedded singularity (Seminar; No. 9719KJC526)

Winter Term 2014/15

Harald Fuess
Global Economic History (Seminar; No. 9719KJC155)
The Treaty Port Press (Seminar; No.  9719KJC247)

Steven Ivings
Migration in Empire & Aftermath (Seminar; No. 9719 KJC246)
Readings in Contemporary Japanese Political Economy (Seminar; No. 9719 KJC241)

Stefan Knoob
Einführung in die Koreanische Gesellschaft und Kultur des 20. Jahrhunderts  (Seminar; No. 9719KJC203)

Anna Andreeva
Women in Pre-modern East Asia: Religion, Politics, Everyday Life (Seminar; No. 9719KJC248)

Jaok Kwon-Hein
Globalization, Labor and Gender in East Asia (Seminar; No. 9719KJC245)

Summer Term 2013

Harald Fuess
Economic Development of Japan and Korea (Seminar; No. 9719KJC175).
Consumer Culture in Europe and Asia: A History of Food, Drinks, and Drugs (Seminar; No. 9719KJC176).

David Mervart
Translating “Society”, “Economy” and “Government” (Seminar; No. 9719KJC177).

Stefan Knoob
1990’s South Korean Cinema: Transcultural Flows and the Transnational (Block-Seminar; No. 9719KJC204; with Andrew David Jackson).
Social Transformation(s) in the Koreas: 1950 – 2010 (Seminar; No. 9719KJC192).

Jaok Kwon-Hein
Gender and Work in Contemporary Korea and Japan (Seminar; No.9719KJC178).

Winter Term 2012/13

Harald Fuess
Introduction to Transcultural Studies (HS/OS; No. 9719KJC106).
Global Economic History of Europe and Asia (Seminar; No. 9719KJC155).

David Mervart
Commercial Society and its Enemies (Seminar; No. 9719KJC157).

Sungwoo Kang
Korean Emergence as a Modern State (Seminar; No. 9719KJC169).

Summer Term 2012

Harald Fuess
Economic Crises from a Japanese Perspective (HS/OS; No. 9719KJC128).
Transcultural Korean History (Block-Seminar; No. 9719KJC129; with Yonson Ahn).

David Mervart
Feeding the People: The Moral Economies of Grain in Early Modern Europe and East Asia (HS/OS; No. 9719KJC130).
Perspectives on Classical Chinese Grammar: Chinese exegesis vs the Japanese Kanbun tradition (HS; No. 0733121UE16; with Nicolae Christian Statu).

Anna Andreeva
Gender, Religion and Politics in Japanese History (HS/OS; No. 9719KJC134).
Imaging Disaster (PS/OS; No. 9719KJC138; with Monica Juneja, Gerrit Jasper Schenk).

Mio Wakita-Elis
Meiji Cultural Politics and their Reflection on Artistic Production (PS/HS; No. 9719KJC127).

Sven Matthiessen
Going to the Philippines is like coming Home? Japanese Pan-Asianism and the Occupation of the Philippines, 1941-1945 (S; No. 9719KJC152).

Winter Term 2011/12

Harald Fuess
Introduction to Transcultural Studies (Lecture; No. 9719KJC106).
Global Economic History of Europe and Asia (Seminar; No. 9719KJC107).
Writing the Waves (Seminar; No. 9719KJC114, with Martin Dusinberre).

David Mervart
Languages of Politics between Europe and East Asia (Seminar; No. 9719KJC109).
Nineteenth-Century Translations (Reading Class; No. 9719KJC126).

Anna Andreeva
Global Buddhism (PS/OS; No. 9719KJC099; with Markus Viehbeck).
The Religious Traditions of Pre-modern Japan from a Transcultural Perspective (Seminar; No. 9719KJC113).

Björn-Ole Kamm
Japanische Populär- und Konsumkultur im Globalen Kontext (Seminar; No. 9719KJC123).

Summer Term 2011

Harald Fuess
Maritime History of the Modern World (PS/OS; No. 9719KJC085).
The Emergence of Japanese Business (HS/OS; No. 9719KJC086).

David Mervart
Reading Class “Legitimization and identity politics” (Cluster Ph.D.; No. 9719KJC091; with Kerstin von Lingen ).

Anna Andreeva
Buddhism II - from India to China, Japan and Tibet (Lecture; No. 9719KJC093; with Birgit Kellner, Dominic Steavu).
Japanese Permodern Texts in Translation (PS/OS; No. 9719KJC095).

Winter Term 2010/11

Harald Fuess
A Global History of Food, Drinks, and Drugs (HS/OS; No. 9719KJC071).
Modern Japanese History from a Transcultural Perspective (HS/OS; No. 9719KJC073).

David Mervart
Receptions of Chinese Thought in Early-Modern Europe (Ü; No. 9719KJC056).
Shifting Horizons: Historical Notions of Space in East Asia (HS; No. 9719KJC069).

Anna Andreeva
Kami Cults of Premodern Japan (PS/OS; No. 9719KJC070).

Summer Term 2010

Harald Fuess
Maritime History of Asia (HS/OS; No. 9719KJC045).
Wirtschaft und Gesellschaft Ostasiens (V/Ü; No. 9719KJC050).

David Mervart
Commercial Society and its Enemies: Genealogy of moral and political economy in early modern Europe and East Asia (Ü; No. 9719KJC051).

Anna Andreeva
Religious Tradition of Premodern Japan (HS; No. 9719KJC054).

Winter Term 2009/10

Harald Fuess
Twentieth-Century Japanese History in a Global Context (OS).