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Ergebnisanzeige "Global Approaches in European and Chinese Modernisms"
RessourcentypKonferenzen, Tagungen, Kolloquien
TitelGlobal Approaches in European and Chinese Modernisms
BeschreibungGlobal Approaches in European and Chinese Modernisms


July 9-10, 2015

Seminarzentrum L 115

Free University, Berlin, Germany


Organizer and Contact:

Chunjie Zhang (chjzhang@ucdavis.edu)

(FU Berlin, Germany / University of California, Davis, USA)


Sponsors:

Volkswagen Stiftung

Freie Universität, Dahlem Humanities Center

THURSDAY, JULY 9, 1-5:00PM


WELCOME REMARKS AND INTRODUCTION


1:00 Joachim Küpper

(Freie Universität Berlin, Dahlem Humanities Center)


1:15 Chunjie Zhang

(Freie Universität Berlin / University of California, Davis)


I. CHINESE AND GERMAN WORLD PROJECTS AROUND 1900


1.30 Ban Wang

(Stanford University, USA)

Literature, Nation, and Internationalism in Liang Qichao


2:30 Coffee break


3:00 Markus Krajewski

(Universität Basel, Switzerland)

Bureaucratic Visions of the World. How Globality Around 1900 Has Taken Shape


4:00 Howard Chiang

(University of Warwick, UK)

Sinophone as Historiography: Europe and Asia in the Making of Global China



Friday, July 10, 9am-6:30pm


II. GLOBAL PERSPECTIVES IN SEXUAL SCIENCE AND MEDIA


9:00 Veronika Fuechtner

(Dartmouth College, USA)

The Challenges and Possibilities of Writing a Modern Global History of Sexual Science


10:00 Corina Stan

(Duke University, USA)

The Lures of Polyphony: Socrates, Joyce, Schönberg


11:00 Coffee Break


11:30 Stephan Kammer

(Universität Tübingen, Germany)

Evil Goes Global: The Criminal Mastermind in Early 20th Century Fiction


12:30 Lunch Break


III. LABOR, MODERNISM, AND MODERNITY


2:00 Christoph Schaub)

(Columbia University, USA)

Workers' Movement Modernism: Internationalism and Montage in the Interwar Years


3:00 Hui Zhang

(Peking University, China)

Loneliness and Tolerance in the Year of 1931: An Inquiry into Fengzhi’s Self-Exploration in the Mirror of Rilke


4:00 Coffee Break


4:30 Nina Berman

(Ohio State University, USA)

Modernity and Globalization: A Comparative Reading


IV. CREATIVE COMMENTS


5:30 Thomas Meinecke

(Writer and DJ, Germany)


Chunjie Zhang, Ph.D.
Volkswagen/Mellon Fellow, FU Berlin 2014-2015
Assistant Professor of German
University of California - Davis
chjzhang@ucdavis.edu
german.ucdavis.edu/people/profile/730
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VeranstaltungsortBerlin
Beginn09.07.2015
Ende10.07.2015
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