Dr. Joerg Henning Huesemann 徐約和

職稱: Wissenschaftlicher Mitarbeiter für Kultur und Geschichte Chinas
辦公室: S 309
電話: +49 (0) 341-97 37 156
電子信箱: joerg_henning.huesemann [at] uni-leipzig.de
研究方向:

Early medieval China (especially Northern Wei history, culture, and literature), Chinese agriculture and geography, history of science and intellectual history of late imperial China.

簡歷:

Education: 2012 Ph.D. Sinology (University of Hamburg), 2008-2009 Guest researcher (National Taiwan University, Institute of Chinese Literature), 2006-2007 Study of modern Chinese language (National Taiwan Normal University), 2006 M.A. Sinology, Linguistics, Social Anthropology (University of Muenster). Employment: 2013- Researcher (University of Leipzig), 2010-2011 Research Assistant (University of Leipzig)

所授課程:

Courses Taught Graduate Macht und Herrschaft – Die Rolle von Landwirtschaft für Macht und Herrschaft (Power and Authority – The significance of agriculture for power and authority) (winter semester 2015-16) Lektüre: Macht und Herrschaft – Das Chen Fu Nongshu (The Chen Fu Nongshu) (winter semester 2015-16) Macht und Herrschaft in der klassischen chinesischen Philosophie (Power and Authority – Discourses about Rulership in Classical Chinese Philosophy)  (winter semester 2014-15) Lektüre: Macht und Herrschaft in der klassischen chinesischen Philosophie (Power and Authority – Discourses about Rulership in Classical Chinese Philosophy) (winter semester 2014-15) Undergraduate Geschichte Chinas II (History of China II) (winter semester 2016-17) Geschichte Chinas I (History of China I) (summer semester 2016) Geschichte Chinas I (History of China I) (summer semester 2015) Geschichte Chinas II (History of China II) (winter semester 2014-15) Geschichte Chinas I (History of China I) (summer semester 2014) Klassisches Chinesisch II (Classical Chinese II) (summer semester 2014) Klassisches Chinesisch I (Classical Chinese I) (winter semester 2013-14)

著作:

Monographs Das Altertum vergegenwärtigen – Eine Studie zum Shuijing zhu des Li Daoyuan (forthcoming 2017) Articles and Handbook Entries “Die Wurzeln der Leipziger Ostasienforschung – Georg von der Gabelentz und seine sinologischen Studien”. In 100 Jahre Ostasiatisches Institut an der Universität Leipzig, edited by Philip Clart & Steffi Richter, ca. 23 pages, forthcoming. “Huigu deguo hanxuejia Jiabolianzi Hanyu yufa deng de lunshu 回顧德國漢學家賈柏蓮孜漢語語法等的論述.” In Hanxue yanjiu tongxun 35.1 (2016), 15-26. “Thorough Dilettantism: Rethinking the Works of Georg von der Gabelentz. ” In Quanqiu shiye xia de hanxue xin lanhai guoji yantaohui lunwen 全球視野下的漢學新藍海國際研討會論文, ed. Center for Chinese Studies. Taipei: “Shuijing zhu.“ In Early Medieval Chinese Texts. A Bibliographical Guide. Edited by Cynthia L. Chennault [et al.]. Berkeley: Institute of East Asian Studies, 2015, 311-317. Center for Chinese Studies, 2015, 77-100. “Bainian lai xifang sheji Shuijing zhu zhi yanjiu gaikuang xiaozhuan 百年來西方涉及《水經注》之研究概況小傳.” In Hanxue yanjiu tongxun 33.4 (2014), 19-29. Reviews Review of “Patterns of the Earth: Writing Geography in Early Medieval China,” by David Jonathan Felt. Dissertation Reviews (online). Review of Die Dame mit der Phönixkrone: Tangzeitliche Grabbeigaben der Adeligen     Li Chui (711-736) (The Lady with the Phoenix Crown: Tang-period Grave           Goods of the Noblewoman Li Chui [711-736]) by Sonja Philip and Alexandra            Hilger, eds., in Antike Welt 3/14 (2014): 89. Review of Patronage and Community in Medieval China: The Xiangyang Garrison,       400–600 CE by Andrew Chittick, in Early Medieval China 17 (2011): 97-100. Ongoing Research Projects Habil. Project: The Root of the Empire – Luo Zhenyu and the Formation of Modern Chinese Agriculture (a book-length study about agricultural modernization in late imperial China). Conferences, talks, and presentations “Old Texts and New Realities – Writing History in the Shuijing zhu of Li Daoyuan,” presentation at the European Association for Chinese Studies Conference, St. Petersburg, 26. August 2016. “China im 19. Jahrhundert,” talk at University of Erfurt, 21. April 2016. “Who’s Bad? – Patterns of Evilness in Early Medieval Chinese Biography,” presentation at the workshops New Approaches to the Study of Biographical Writing in Early Medieval China, Leipzig University, 09. April 2016. “Li Daoyuan 酈道元 und sein Shuijing zhu 水經注,” talk at Mittagsforum of Faculty of East Asian Studies, Ruhr University Bochum, 02 December 2015. “Huigu deguo hanxuejia Jiabolianzi hanyu yufa deng de lunshu 回顧德國漢學家賈柏蓮孜漢語語法等的論述,” presentation at the conference Quanqiu shiye xia de hanxue xin lanhai guoji yantaohui 全球視野下的漢學新藍海國際研討會, Center for Chinese Studies Taipeh, 19 November 2015. “Anchoring Time in Space: Spatio-Temporal Patterns in the Shuijing zhu,” presentation at the workshop Temporal Dimensions of Space in Imperial China, Leipzig University, 20 June 2015. “Preserving Antiquity – Perceiving and Knowing the Past in the Shuijing zhu,” presentation at the 1st workshop of the European Society for the Study of Early Medieval China, Palacký University Olomouc, 10 May 2015 “Li Daoyuan de lishi guan 酈道元的歷史觀,” talk at National Taiwan University, 19 March 2015. “The Writing of History under the Northern Wei,” talk at National Taiwan University, 17 March 2015. “Shuijing zhu zhong de lishixue 水經注中的歷史學,” talk at National Chiao Tung University, 10 March 2015. “Shuijing zhu and Qimin yaoshu,” presentation at the Workshop on European Studies of Early Medieval China, Palacký University Olomouc, 05 December 2014. “Eskapade und Eskapismus – Alkoholkonsum und Alkoholkritik im chinesischen Mittelalter” (Excess and Escapism – The Drinking of Alcohol and its drawing criticism in Medieval China), paper presented at “100 Jahre Ostasiatisches    Institut an der Universität Leipzig” (100 Years East Asian Institute at Leipzig University), 02 December 2014. “Leipzig University’s Contribution to German Sinology– History, Current Situation, Perspectives,” talk at Charles-University Prague, 09 October 2014. “Jia Sixie’s 賈思勰 Agrarian Vision,” paper presented at the European Association for Chinese Studies Conference, University of Minho, Braga, Portugal 23 July 2014. “Die Bedeutung von Flüssen im Alten China und das Shuijing zhu,” (The Meaning of Rivers in Ancient China and the Shuijing zhu), talk at Leipzig University, 12 November 2013.