Search for dissertations about: "Asian Languages and Cultures"

Found 3 swedish dissertations containing the words Asian Languages and Cultures.

  1. 1. Prisonscape : Literary Reconfigurations of the Real and Imagined Worlds of the Chinese Prison

    Author : Serena De Marchi; Irmy Schweiger; Monika Gänssbauer; Kwok-kan Tam; Stockholms universitet; []
    Keywords : HUMANITIES; HUMANIORA; HUMANIORA; HUMANITIES; Prison; China; Prison Literature; Space; Body; Asiens språk och kulturer; Asian Languages and Cultures;

    Abstract : This study focuses on the prison writings from and about modern China (from the Mao era to the present day). It builds on previous research on Chinese prison camp literature as well as on sociological and historical studies of the evolution of punishments, both within the Chinese context and from a more global perspective. READ MORE

  2. 2. Embracing Science : Sino-Swedish Collaborations in the Field Sciences, 1902–1935

    Author : Jan Romgard; Marja Kaikkonen; Stephen Morgan; Hans Ulrich Vogel; Stockholms universitet; []
    Keywords : HUMANITIES; HUMANIORA; Republican China; history of science; Geological Survey of China; Academia Sinica; Ding Wenjiang; Weng Wenhao; geology; palaeontology; archaeology; palaeoanthropology; geography; modernization; nationalism; scientific communities; international collaboration; Johan Gunnar Andersson; Sven Hedin; Erik Nyström; Swedish Museum of Natural History; Sino-Swedish Expedition; Central Asia; Asiens språk och kulturer; Asian Languages and Cultures;

    Abstract : In 1902, a Swedish professor at Shanxi University started to study the region’s geology and in 1913, he suggested to the Chinese Republican Government an expansion of these surveys nationwide. As a result, the Head of the Geological Survey of Sweden, J. G. Andersson, was employed as a geological adviser to the Chinese Government. READ MORE

  3. 3. “Bridal Couples" : On Hybridity in Conceptual Chinese Photography 1995–2009

    Author : Eva Aggeklint; Marja Kaikkonen; Julia F. Andrews; Stockholms universitet; []
    Keywords : HUMANITIES; HUMANIORA; China; Reform Period China; Contemporary Chinese Art; Contemporary Chinese Photography; Conceptual Photography; Bridal Photography; Bridal Couples; Art Market; Auction Houses; Third Space; Hybrid; Hybridity; Hybridisation; Interpretation; Asiens språk och kulturer; Asian Languages and Cultures;

    Abstract : Chinese art of the 1990s responded to the many changes in the environment and thereby to changes in personal lives. Many Chinese artists of the time were therefore concerned with their selves and their works reveal explorations of personal identity. READ MORE