Prof. Dr. Cornelia ReiherJunior Professor for Japanese Society, Freie Universität, Department of Japanese Studies and Graduate School of East Asian Studies. Participant in 6th EAJS PhD Workshop 2010 in Cambridge.

Prof. Dr. Cornelia Reiher

Junior Professor for Japanese Society, Freie Universität, Department of Japanese Studies and Graduate School of East Asian Studies. Participant in 6th EAJS PhD Workshop 2010 in Cambridge.


Dr. Michael FaciusBritish Academy Newton International Fellow at the Centre for Transnational History, University College London. TIFO Fellowship recipient in 2009. Click here for an interview with Michael.

Dr. Michael Facius

British Academy Newton International Fellow at the Centre for Transnational History, University College London. TIFO Fellowship recipient in 2009. Click here for an interview with Michael.


Dr. Mick DeneckereFlanders Research Foundation Post-doctoral Fellow at Ghent University. TIFO Fellowship recipient in 2011 and participant in 9th EAJS PhD Workshop 2013 in Frankfurt. Click here for an interview with Mick.

Dr. Mick Deneckere

Flanders Research Foundation Post-doctoral Fellow at Ghent University. TIFO Fellowship recipient in 2011 and participant in 9th EAJS PhD Workshop 2013 in Frankfurt. Click here for an interview with Mick.


Dr. Giulio PuglieseLecturer, Department of War Studies, King's College London. Participant in 8th EAJS PhD Workshop 2012 in Newcastle. For more information on Giulio and his work click here.

Dr. Giulio Pugliese

Lecturer, Department of War Studies, King’s College London. Participant in 8th EAJS PhD Workshop 2012 in Newcastle. For more information on Giulio and his work click here.

 


Julia GersterDoctoral Candidate, Graduate School of East Asian Studies, Freie Universität Berlin. Participant in 12th EAJS PhD Workshop 2016 in Paris.

Julia Gerster

Doctoral Candidate, Graduate School of East Asian Studies, Freie Universität Berlin. Participant in 12th EAJS PhD Workshop 2016 in Paris.


Prof. Dr. Anke SchererHead of Intercultural Management Department, Head of Foreign Languages Department, Lecturer in Japanese, Cologne Business School. Participant in 2nd EAJS PhD Workshop 2002 in Paris. Click here for an interview with Anke.

Prof. Dr. Anke Scherer

Head of Intercultural Management Department, Head of Foreign Languages Department, Lecturer in Japanese, Cologne Business School. Participant in 2nd EAJS PhD Workshop 2002 in Paris. Click here for an interview with Anke.


Dr. Luka CulibergAssistant Professor, Department of East Asian Studies, University of Ljubljana. Participant in 7th EAJS PhD Workshop 2011 in Tallinn. Click here for an interview with Luka.

Dr. Luka Culiberg

Assistant Professor, Department of East Asian Studies, University of Ljubljana. Participant in 7th EAJS PhD Workshop 2011 in Tallinn. Click here for an interview with Luka.


Prof. Dr. Phil. Katja SchmidtpottProfessor of Japanese History, Ruhr-Universität Bochum. Participant in 2nd EAJS PhD Workshop 2002 in Paris.

Prof. Dr. Phil. Katja Schmidtpott

Professor of Japanese History, Ruhr-Universität Bochum. Participant in 2nd EAJS PhD Workshop 2002 in Paris.

 


Dr. Takahiro YamamotoTakahiro works as an Assistant Professor of Cultural Economic History at University Heidelberg. Takahiro was participant in the 9th EAJS PhD Workshop 2013 in Frankfurt, Germany.

Dr. Takahiro Yamamoto

Takahiro works as an Assistant Professor of Cultural Economic History at University Heidelberg. Takahiro was participant in the 9th EAJS PhD Workshop 2013 in Frankfurt, Germany.


Dr. Angelika KochAngelika received her PhD in Japanese Studies at University of Cambridge in 2014. From 2014-16, she was a research associate at the faculty of Asian and Middle Eastern Studies, University of Cambridge. In 2016 she was an JSPS post-d…

Dr. Angelika Koch

Angelika received her PhD in Japanese Studies at University of Cambridge in 2014. From 2014-16, she was a research associate at the faculty of Asian and Middle Eastern Studies, University of Cambridge. In 2016 she was an JSPS post-doctoral fellow at the University of Tokyo for 12 months. In 2017, she was a visiting lecturer at Yale University. Since 2017 she is a post-doctoral fellow at the University of Ghent. Angelika was participant in the 8th EAJS PhD Workshop 2012 in Newcastle, UK.


Dr. Andrea GiolaiAndrea obtained his Doctoral degree at Ca' Foscari University of Venice and Leiden University in 2017. In the same year, he became a JSPS Research Fellow at the International Research Center for Japanese Studies. Andrea took part in…

Dr. Andrea Giolai

Andrea obtained his Doctoral degree at Ca’ Foscari University of Venice and Leiden University in 2017. In the same year, he became a JSPS Research Fellow at the International Research Center for Japanese Studies. Andrea took part in the 10th EAJS PhD Workshop 2014 in Ljubljana, Slovenia.


Dr. Alessandro BianchiAfter receiving his PhD from the University of Cambridge, Alessandro has worked at cultural and research institutions, such as the British Library, the Freer|Sackler (Smithsonian Institution), and Haverford College. He was awar…

Dr. Alessandro Bianchi

After receiving his PhD from the University of Cambridge, Alessandro has worked at cultural and research institutions, such as the British Library, the Freer|Sackler (Smithsonian Institution), and Haverford College. He was awarded a TIFO scholarship in 2013.

 


Dr. John HennesseyJohn has a PhD in history from Linnaeus University (Växjö, Sweden). His dissertation, Rule by Association: Japan in the Global Trans-Imperial Culture, 1868-1912, highlights Japan's engagement with globally circulating colonial idea…

Dr. John Hennessey

John has a PhD in history from Linnaeus University (Växjö, Sweden). His dissertation, Rule by Association: Japan in the Global Trans-Imperial Culture, 1868-1912, highlights Japan’s engagement with globally circulating colonial ideas and practices during the period 1868-1912. He was participant in the 10th EAJS PhD Workshop 2014 in Ljubljana, Slovenia.


Nathalie PhillipsNathalie began her PhD in Edinburgh in 2014, funded by the Sasakawa Foundation. Since then she has been awarded a grant by the Japan Foundation Endowment Committee in order to consult and collect primary source materials at the Hist…

Nathalie Phillips

Nathalie began her PhD in Edinburgh in 2014, funded by the Sasakawa Foundation. Since then she has been awarded a grant by the Japan Foundation Endowment Committee in order to consult and collect primary source materials at the Historiographical Institute of the University of Tokyo in Japan in 2015, and a Fellowship by the Japan Foundation, which enabled her to conduct research at the Nichibunken (International Research Center for Japanese Studies) in Kyoto for 8 months (2016-2017). Nathalie took part in the 12th EAJS PhD Workshop 2016 in Paris, France and presented a paper titled “Approaching the Heian-Period Sphere of Beliefs” at the 15th EAJS International Conference 2017 in Lisbon, Portugal.


Björn-Ole KammBjörn-Ole is a Senior Lecturer at the Transcultural Studies Division, Graduate School of Letters, Kyoto University. His research interests are cultural studies, specifically processes of cultural ordering, stereotyping, and gamificatio…

Björn-Ole Kamm

Björn-Ole is a Senior Lecturer at the Transcultural Studies Division, Graduate School of Letters, Kyoto University. His research interests are cultural studies, specifically processes of cultural ordering, stereotyping, and gamification. He was participant in the 8th EAJS PhD Workshop 2012 in Newcastle, UK.


Hai GuoHai is a PhD Researcher at the School of Languages, Cultures and Societies, University of Leeds. He is now finishing his PhD research, analyzing the Sino-Japanese 'history problem' discourse with a psychoanalytical approach informed by Jacque…

Hai Guo

Hai is a PhD Researcher at the School of Languages, Cultures and Societies, University of Leeds. He is now finishing his PhD research, analyzing the Sino-Japanese ‘history problem’ discourse with a psychoanalytical approach informed by Jacque Lacan and Slavoj Žižek. Hai Guo received the TIFO Fellowship in 2015.

 


Fynn HolmFynn is a PhD candidate at Asien-Orient-Institut (AOI), University of Zurich (UZH). His dissertation addresses the Whaling Culture in Northeast Japan. Fynn took part in the 12th EAJS PhD Workshop 2016 in Paris, France.

Fynn Holm

Fynn is a PhD candidate at Asien-Orient-Institut (AOI), University of Zurich (UZH). His dissertation addresses the Whaling Culture in Northeast Japan. Fynn took part in the 12th EAJS PhD Workshop 2016 in Paris, France.


Dr. Fumiko TakahashiFumiko is an Assistant Professor at the Graduate School of Education, University of Tokyo. She was participant in the 9th EAJS PhD Workshop 2013 in Frankfurt, Germany.

Dr. Fumiko Takahashi

Fumiko is an Assistant Professor at the Graduate School of Education, University of Tokyo. She was participant in the 9th EAJS PhD Workshop 2013 in Frankfurt, Germany.


Dr. Lewis BremnerPostdoctoral Fellow in Modern Japanese History, Reischauer Institute of Japanese Studies, Harvard University.  Recipient of the TIFO Fellowship 2016.

Dr. Lewis Bremner

Postdoctoral Fellow in Modern Japanese History, Reischauer Institute of Japanese Studies, Harvard University. Recipient of the TIFO Fellowship 2016.


Yiftach Raphael GovreenSince 2011, Yiftach is a PhD student at the Department of International Relations at the Hebrew University of Jerusalem, writing on networks in the U.S.-Japan security alliance. Yiftach was participant in the 11th EAJS PhD Wor…

Yiftach Raphael Govreen

Since 2011, Yiftach is a PhD student at the Department of International Relations at the Hebrew University of Jerusalem, writing on networks in the U.S.-Japan security alliance. Yiftach was participant in the 11th EAJS PhD Workshop 2015 in Edinburgh, Scotland.

 


Anna E. VainioAnna is a PhD Candidate at School of East Asian Studies, University of Sheffield. She takes part in a cross-national Doctoral Course (double degree programme), School of East Asian Studies / University of Sheffield and School of Law / …

Anna E. Vainio

Anna is a PhD Candidate at School of East Asian Studies, University of Sheffield. She takes part in a cross-national Doctoral Course (double degree programme), School of East Asian Studies / University of Sheffield and School of Law / Tohoku University. Anna was participant in the 11th EAJS PhD Workshop 2015 in Edinburgh, Scotland.


Dr. Felice FarinaFelice achieved his PhD in Asian Studies at Università degli Studi di Napoli "L'Orientale", Italy. He researches Japan's food security and international relations. Felice took part in the 11th EAJS PhD Workshop 2015 in Edinburgh, Sc…

Dr. Felice Farina

Felice achieved his PhD in Asian Studies at Università degli Studi di Napoli “L’Orientale”, Italy. He researches Japan’s food security and international relations. Felice took part in the 11th EAJS PhD Workshop 2015 in Edinburgh, Scotland.


Dr. Benedikt VogelBenedikt works as research fellow at University of Trier. He was recipient of the TIFO Fellowship in 2014.

Dr. Benedikt Vogel

Benedikt works as research fellow at University of Trier. He was recipient of the TIFO Fellowship in 2014.


Maria L. BugnoMaria’s research investigates early-modern erotic literature (shunpon and kōshoku-bon) in Edo period Japan (1600-1868), focusing mostly on erotic printed books and manuals. Maria Lucia took part in the 12th EAJS PhD Workshop 2016 in Pa…

Maria L. Bugno

Maria’s research investigates early-modern erotic literature (shunpon and kōshoku-bon) in Edo period Japan (1600-1868), focusing mostly on erotic printed books and manuals. Maria Lucia took part in the 12th EAJS PhD Workshop 2016 in Paris, France.

 


Dr. Tine WalravensTine is currently employed as a Doctor-Assistant at the Department of Languages and Cultures at Ghent University. Her doctoral research is on the politics of food and food safety in East Asia, in particular food risks and instituti…

Dr. Tine Walravens

Tine is currently employed as a Doctor-Assistant at the Department of Languages and Cultures at Ghent University. Her doctoral research is on the politics of food and food safety in East Asia, in particular food risks and institutional trust in Japan. Tine took part in the 11th EAJS PhD Workshop 2015 in Edinburgh, Scotland.


Matthias HuberMatthias is a PhD candidate at the University of Vienna. In his research, he concentrates among other things on employee satisfaction, organizational studies, qualitative and ethnographic research, and structural equation modelling. Ma…

Matthias Huber

Matthias is a PhD candidate at the University of Vienna. In his research, he concentrates among other things on employee satisfaction, organizational studies, qualitative and ethnographic research, and structural equation modelling. Matthias took part in the 12th EAJS PhD Workshop 2016 in Paris, France.


Katalin DalmiKatalin researches modern Japanese literature through books and comparative literature research, mainly the works of Haruki Murakami at the Graduate School of Letters, Hiroshima University, Japan. Katalin took part in the 11th EAJS PhD …

Katalin Dalmi

Katalin researches modern Japanese literature through books and comparative literature research, mainly the works of Haruki Murakami at the Graduate School of Letters, Hiroshima University, Japan. Katalin took part in the 11th EAJS PhD Workshop 2015 in Edinburgh, Scotland.


Dr. Veronica De PieriVeronica is a PhD at Ca' Foscari University, Venice. Her field of study is the literature of catastrophes on a comparative perspective (Shoah literature, atomic-bomb literature, post-3.11 literature). Veronica took part in the 1…

Dr. Veronica De Pieri

Veronica is a PhD at Ca’ Foscari University, Venice. Her field of study is the literature of catastrophes on a comparative perspective (Shoah literature, atomic-bomb literature, post-3.11 literature). Veronica took part in the 12th EAJS PhD Workshop 2016 in Paris, France.

 


Elsa GonayElsa is a teaching assistant at Faculté des lettres, Unité de japonais, University of Geneva. Her current PhD work is focused on the phenomenal smear campaign launched against former Prime Minister Konoe Fumimaro 近衞文麿 (1891-1945), from Oct…

Elsa Gonay

Elsa is a teaching assistant at Faculté des lettres, Unité de japonais, University of Geneva. Her current PhD work is focused on the phenomenal smear campaign launched against former Prime Minister Konoe Fumimaro 近衞文麿 (1891-1945), from October to December 1945. Her research area includes the after war-press, war responsibilities and Konoe Fumimaro. Elsa took part in the 12th EAJS PhD Workshop 2016 in Paris, France.


Dr. Marie-Noëlle BeauvieuxAssociate professor at Hiroshima University, Graduate School of Letters, Department of European Literatures and Languages, PhD in Comparative Literature. Participant in the 8th EAJS PhD Workshop 2012 in Newcastle, UK.

Dr. Marie-Noëlle Beauvieux

Associate professor at Hiroshima University, Graduate School of Letters, Department of European Literatures and Languages, PhD in Comparative Literature. Participant in the 8th EAJS PhD Workshop 2012 in Newcastle, UK.


Dr. Ken DaimaruKen is a research and teaching assistant at Aix-Marseille University (IrAsia – UMR 7306). He recently completed a PhD in contemporary history at the University Paris Nanterre and Birkbeck, University of London. His doctoral research e…

Dr. Ken Daimaru

Ken is a research and teaching assistant at Aix-Marseille University (IrAsia – UMR 7306). He recently completed a PhD in contemporary history at the University Paris Nanterre and Birkbeck, University of London. His doctoral research examined the international circulation of medical experts and ideas between Europe and East Asia in late 19th and 20th centuries at the heart of which were situated the Russo-Japanese war (1904-5). Ken was participant in the 10th EAJS PhD Workshop 2014 in Ljubljana, Slovenia.


Dr. Deirdre SneepDeirdre did her graduate studies in Area Studies with a focus on Japan at Leiden University (2014) and did her PhD in Urban Theory at the University of Duisburg-Essen (2018). Deirdre took part in the 11th EAJS PhD Workshop 2015 in E…

Dr. Deirdre Sneep

Deirdre did her graduate studies in Area Studies with a focus on Japan at Leiden University (2014) and did her PhD in Urban Theory at the University of Duisburg-Essen (2018). Deirdre took part in the 11th EAJS PhD Workshop 2015 in Edinburgh, Scotland.

 


Dolf-Alexander NeuhausDolf-Alexander is a Research Associate at Freie University Berlin. He received the TIFO fellowship in 2014 and was participant in the 9th EAJS PhD Workshop 2013 in Frankfurt, Germany.

Dolf-Alexander Neuhaus

Dolf-Alexander is a Research Associate at Freie University Berlin. He received the TIFO fellowship in 2014 and was participant in the 9th EAJS PhD Workshop 2013 in Frankfurt, Germany.


Dr. Joey SoehardjojoJoey is a multinational, multilingual doctoral researcher focused on international human resources (HR) and industrial relations. He holds an MSc from the University of Oxford as well as an MSc from the London School of Economics…

Dr. Joey Soehardjojo

Joey is a multinational, multilingual doctoral researcher focused on international human resources (HR) and industrial relations. He holds an MSc from the University of Oxford as well as an MSc from the London School of Economics and a B.Comm from McMaster University, Canada. Joey took part in the 12th EAJS PhD Workshop in 2016 Paris, France.


Bernhard LeitnerBernhard is a PhD candidate at University of Vienna and currently researches the exchange between Austria, Germany and Japan in the areas Neurology and Psychiatry circa 1900. Bernhard received the TIFO Fellowship and participated in …

Bernhard Leitner

Bernhard is a PhD candidate at University of Vienna and currently researches the exchange between Austria, Germany and Japan in the areas Neurology and Psychiatry circa 1900. Bernhard received the TIFO Fellowship and participated in the EAJS PhD Workshop in 2015.


Dr. Verena MaserJapanese - German translator with a PhD in Japanese Studies from Trier University, Germany. Participant in the 8th EAJS PhD Workshop 2012 in Newcastle, UK. For more information on Verena and her work, click here.

Dr. Verena Maser

Japanese – German translator with a PhD in Japanese Studies from Trier University, Germany. Participant in the 8th EAJS PhD Workshop 2012 in Newcastle, UK. For more information on Verena and her work, click here.

 


Yue YuYue is a PhD student in art history at the University of Lille and the École du Louvre, France. Her doctoral research explores the role of Japan in the diffusion and reception of East Asian paintings (Japan, China) in France and the United Sta…

Yue Yu

Yue is a PhD student in art history at the University of Lille and the École du Louvre, France. Her doctoral research explores the role of Japan in the diffusion and reception of East Asian paintings (Japan, China) in France and the United States in 1868-1931. Yue took part in the 14th EAJS PhD Workshop 2018 in Belgrade, Serbia.


Ai FukunagaAi is a PhD candidate at SOAS, University of London. Her dissertation explores the transnational process of creating values in Japanese ceramic collections. Ai took part in the 14th EAJS PhD Workshop 2018 in Belgrade, Serbia.

Ai Fukunaga

Ai is a PhD candidate at SOAS, University of London. Her dissertation explores the transnational process of creating values in Japanese ceramic collections. Ai took part in the 14th EAJS PhD Workshop 2018 in Belgrade, Serbia.


Shanshan HuangShanshan is a PhD Student at the University of Pavia and the University of Bergamo, Italy. Her research focuses on the historical evolution of Japanese passive constructions by using a corpus-based approach. Shanshan took part in the 1…

Shanshan Huang

Shanshan is a PhD Student at the University of Pavia and the University of Bergamo, Italy. Her research focuses on the historical evolution of Japanese passive constructions by using a corpus-based approach. Shanshan took part in the 14th EAJS PhD Workshop 2018 in Belgrade, Serbia and she is a recipient of the TIFO Fellowship in 2018.


Enrico PaoliniEnrico is a PhD student at "L'Orientale" University of Naples, Italy. He researches Japanese modern detective literature, more specifically the torimonochō genre. Enrico took part in the 14th EAJS PhD Workshop 2018 in Belgrade, Serbia.

Enrico Paolini

Enrico is a PhD student at “L’Orientale” University of Naples, Italy. He researches Japanese modern detective literature, more specifically the torimonochō genre. Enrico took part in the 14th EAJS PhD Workshop 2018 in Belgrade, Serbia.

 


Dr. Sakura YamamuraDr Sakura Yamamura is postdoctoral researcher in the Department of Socio-Cultural Diversity at the Max-Planck-Institute for the Study of Religious and Ethnic Diversity in Göttingen. Sakura took part in the 11th EAJS PhD Workshop 2…

Dr. Sakura Yamamura

Dr Sakura Yamamura is postdoctoral researcher in the Department of Socio-Cultural Diversity at the Max-Planck-Institute for the Study of Religious and Ethnic Diversity in Göttingen. Sakura took part in the 11th EAJS PhD Workshop 2015 in Edinburgh, Scotland.


Tohru SerakuTohru studied linguistics in Tokyo, London, and Oxford, and a doctorate was awarded to him by the University of Oxford in 2013. He was a teaching fellow at SOAS, University of London in 2014 (January to July), and he is currently an asso…

Tohru Seraku

Tohru studied linguistics in Tokyo, London, and Oxford, and a doctorate was awarded to him by the University of Oxford in 2013. He was a teaching fellow at SOAS, University of London in 2014 (January to July), and he is currently an associate professor at HUFS in Korea. Tohru took part in the 9th EAJS PhD Workshop 2013 in Frankfurt, Germany.


Dr. Silke WerthSilke Werth earned her PhD in East Asian Languages & Cultural Studies from the University of California, Santa Barbara (2016). In her dissertation “Japan’s Generation Z on the Move: Moratorium, Maturity and Home-making” she analyz…

Dr. Silke Werth

Silke Werth earned her PhD in East Asian Languages & Cultural Studies from the University of California, Santa Barbara (2016). In her dissertation “Japan’s Generation Z on the Move: Moratorium, Maturity and Home-making” she analyzes how migration and cultural exchange impact notions of self, society, and decision making of emerging adults in search of a place to call home.
Silke was participant in the 9th EAJS PhD Workshop 2013 in Frankfurt, Germany.


Niklas SödermanNiklas is a PhD candidate at Tallinn University. In his dissertation he examines the Subjectivity in the Philosophy of the Kyoto School. Niklas received the TIFO Fellowship in 2018.

Niklas Söderman

Niklas is a PhD candidate at Tallinn University. In his dissertation he examines the Subjectivity in the Philosophy of the Kyoto School. Niklas received the TIFO Fellowship in 2018.

 


Dr. Jennifer M. McGuireJennifer is an Assistant Professor at Doshisha University, Kyoto. Her research interests are centered around deaf education, disability, and minority youth in Japan. Jennifer took part in the 8th EAJS PhD Workshop 2012 in Newc…

Dr. Jennifer M. McGuire

Jennifer is an Assistant Professor at Doshisha University, Kyoto. Her research interests are centered around deaf education, disability, and minority youth in Japan. Jennifer took part in the 8th EAJS PhD Workshop 2012 in Newcastle, UK.


Elena KorshenkoElena is a PhD Candidate at the Graduate School of East Asian Studies, Freie Universität Berlin. Her research examines party system change in Japan, with a particular focus on the new challenger parties. She was participant in the 15t…

Elena Korshenko

Elena is a PhD Candidate at the Graduate School of East Asian Studies, Freie Universität Berlin. Her research examines party system change in Japan, with a particular focus on the new challenger parties. She was participant in the 15th EAJS PhD Workshop 2019 in Cork, Ireland.


Leena EerolainenLeena is a PhD candidate at University of Helsinki where she studies East Asian and Film Studies. Leena was participant in the 11th EAJS PhD Workshop 2015 in Edinburgh, Scotland.

Leena Eerolainen

Leena is a PhD candidate at University of Helsinki where she studies East Asian and Film Studies. Leena was participant in the 11th EAJS PhD Workshop 2015 in Edinburgh, Scotland.


Christoph SchimkowskyChristoph is a PhD Researcher in the Department of Sociological Studies and the School of East Asian Studies at the University of Sheffield. His current research examines the regulation of conduct in public in Japanese urban spa…

Christoph Schimkowsky

Christoph is a PhD Researcher in the Department of Sociological Studies and the School of East Asian Studies at the University of Sheffield. His current research examines the regulation of conduct in public in Japanese urban spaces, with a focus on public transport settings and the urban semiotic landscape. Christoph holds an MA in Anthropological Research Methods from SOAS, University of London and an MA in International Relations from Waseda University. He participated in the 15th EAJS PhD Workshop in Cork, Ireland.

 


Silvia RivadossiSilvia currently is a Research Fellow at the Department of Asian and North African Studies, Ca' Foscari University of Venice. She was participant in the 10th EAJS PhD Workshop 2014 in Ljubljana, Slovenia.

Silvia Rivadossi

Silvia currently is a Research Fellow at the Department of Asian and North African Studies, Ca’ Foscari University of Venice. She was participant in the 10th EAJS PhD Workshop 2014 in Ljubljana, Slovenia.


Beata SwitekBeata is an Assistant Professor of Japanese Studies at the Department of Cross-Cultural and Regional Studies, University of Copenhagen, Denmark. After majoring in Japanese Studies (MA, Jagiellonian University, Poland), she received her P…

Beata Switek

Beata is an Assistant Professor of Japanese Studies at the Department of Cross-Cultural and Regional Studies, University of Copenhagen, Denmark. After majoring in Japanese Studies (MA, Jagiellonian University, Poland), she received her PhD in Social Anthropology from University College London, UK. In 2016, she published her first monograph Reluctant Intimacies. Japanese Eldercare in Indonesian Hands (Berghahn).
In years 2015 – 18 she was a Research Fellow at Max Planck Institute for Social Anthropology, Germany, where she was a member of two research groups: Buddhist Temple Economies in Urban Asia, and the ERC research group Realising Eurasia: Civilisation and Moral Economy in the 21st Century. Beata participated in the 8th EAJS PhD Workshop 2012 in Newcastle, UK.


Maria RömerMaria currently is completing her thesis on Metafiction and Masculinities in Abe Kazushige's 90s Fiction within the Graduate Programme for Transcultural Studies at Heidelberg University. In 2013/14 Maria was a visiting scholar at Cornell …

Maria Römer

Maria currently is completing her thesis on Metafiction and Masculinities in Abe Kazushige’s 90s Fiction within the Graduate Programme for Transcultural Studies at Heidelberg University. In 2013/14 Maria was a visiting scholar at Cornell University after receiving a doctoral fellowship from Free University Berlin’s Cluster Languages of Emotion 2010-2012. Maria took part in the 11th EAJS PhD Workshop 2015 in Edinburgh, Scotland.


Natalia SolomkinaNatalia is a PhD candidate at Russian State University for the Humanities. In her dissertation she examines Japanese benefactive constructions in typological perspective. Natalia teaches Japanese and Japanese linguistics at Russian …

Natalia Solomkina

Natalia is a PhD candidate at Russian State University for the Humanities. In her dissertation she examines Japanese benefactive constructions in typological perspective. Natalia teaches Japanese and Japanese linguistics at Russian State University for the Humanities and at Moscow City University. She received the TIFO Fellowship in 2019.

 

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