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Emily Mae Graf

Emily Graf

Ostasiatisches Seminar/ Sinologie - Chinastudien

Wissenschaftliche Mitarbeiterin

Adresse
Fabeckstr.23-25
Raum 1.1127
14195 Berlin
E-Mail
emily.graf[at]fu-berlin.de

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Education and Professional Experience

2018-

Wissenschaftliche Mitarbeiterin, postdoc (Postdoctoral Researcher)

Institute of Chinese Studies, Freie Universität Berlin

2018

Assistentin, postdoc (Assistant Professor)

Institute of Chinese Studies, Heidelberg University /

Postdoctoral Coordinatorof the DFG-funded project on “Recalibrating Culture”

Heidelberg Centre for Transcultural Studies, Heidelberg University

2/2018

Ph.D. in Sinology / Transcultural Studies (summa cum laude)

“Lu Xun on Display: Memory, Space, and Media in the Making of World Literary Heritage”

Heidelberg University

2014-18

Project Manager of “Taking China to the Schools!”

Institute of Chinese Studies, Heidelberg University; supported by the Robert Bosch Foundation (2014-15) and the Confucius Institute at Heidelberg University (2016-)

2013-14

Visiting-Ph.D.-Fellowship and fieldwork

Renmin University of China, Beijing

2012-18

Assistentin, praedoc

Institute of Chinese Studies, Heidelberg University

09/2012

Magister Artium in Sinology / East Asian Art History/ English Literature

Heidelberg University

2010

Research semester and fieldwork

Institute of Taiwan Literature, National Taiwan University (NTU)

2006-07

Studies at the National Taiwan University, Taibei /

Internship as Museum Guide the National Palace Museum, Taibei

Teaching

WS 2019-20

MA seminar „China and Global Health: The Making and Unmaking of Barefoot Doctors (1960s-present)”

SS 2019

MA seminar “Conflicting Memories in China: Texts, Images, and Institutions”

SS 2018

MA seminar (Übung: Textlektüre und Analyse)

“Voicing Criticism in China Today: The Novelist Yan Lianke”

SS 2017

MA seminar (Übung: Textlektüre und Analyse)

“Remembering and Forgetting: Lu Xun and Cultural Politics in the PRC”

SS 2013

MA seminar (Übung: Textlektüre und Analyse)

“Founding Fathers of Modern Chinese and Taiwanese Literature: Lu Xun and Lai He”

WS 2012-13

BA seminar(Übung: Textlektüre)

“Die Sakralisierung Lu Xuns”

 

Research Interests

  • Barefoot Doctors (chijiao yisheng) and China’s Role in Global Health
  • Cultural Politics and Museums in the PRC and Taiwan
  • The Canonization of Lu Xun (1881-1936) in the PRC and Lai He (1894-1943) in Taiwan
  • Chinese Literature in a Global Context
  • Materiality, Visuality, Spatiality, and the Construction of Authenticity
  • Propaganda, Cult of Personality and Heroism in Historiography
  • Käthe Kollwitz and the Modern Woodblock Movement in China
  • The Interrelation between History, Oral History and Collective Memory
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