Visiting Researchers - Centre for East Asian Studies Groningen
Mr Muhadi Sugiono
CEASG and GSG welcome Mr Muhadi Sugiono as visiting researcher and external PhD candidate at the University of Groningen. Mr Sugiono is affiliated to the Department of International Relations at the Faculty of Social and Political Sciences of Universitas Gadjah Mada, Indonesia. He is currently writing a PhD on humanitarianism in EU foreign policy, focusing on case studies of EU policy in Somalia, Ukraine and Myanmar. He is an expert on security issues and actively involved in the international campaigns to abolish nuclear weapons. He has an interest in comparative regionalism especially comparing Europe and Asia. He is currently analyzing the Belt and Road Initiative in relation to China’s power and leadership in contemporary International Relations. Muhadi Sugiono can be contact by email: msugiono ugm.ac.id
Dr. Hiu Man Chan
CEASG welcomes Dr. Hiu Man Chan of Birmingham City University (Birmingham School of Art) as visiting researcher in April 2019. Dr Chan specialises in creative industries collaboration between the UK and China, ans is currently working as Research Assistant at the Centre for Chinese Visual Arts, Birmingham City University. She also writes for several international media on her research specialism as a columnist and specialist journalist. Dr Chan has previously partipated in CEASG conferences and is visiting CEASG under the Erasmus plus mobility training programme.
Mr. Seokkwan KimAugust 2018 - July 2020
Prof. Young Jae KimCEASG welcomes Prof. Young Jae Kim as guest researcher for July 2018. Prof. Kim is affiliated to College for Economics and International Trade of Pusan National University, Busan South Korea. Prof Kim joins CEASG under the PNU-Groningen Research Centre, a partnership between CEASG and PNU launched in 2013. Prof Kim will work with dr. Sunkung Choi of the Faculty of Economics and Business, on an a publication related to the effects of US trade protectionism on Korea-EU FTA. To contact Prof Kim please email us on: email@example.com
Prof. Kuochun Yeh
Mr. Byung-Wan Choi
Ms. Sunae Park
1 January 2018 - 22 December 2018
CEASG welcomes Ms Park as a visiting researcher for 2018. Ms Park is an alumna of EWHA Womans University (Law) whose research interests focus on domestic violence in Korea and the Netherlands. Ms Park works as a prosecutor in South Korea, and conducts her research under the Korean civil servants training programme. Ms Park's temporary research counterpart during her stay in Groningen is CEASG director international Tjalling Halbertsma. To contact Ms Park please use CEASG's general email ceasg rug.nl.
Mr. Taeho Yong
1 January 2018 - 22 December 2018
CEASG welcomes Mr Yong as a visiting researcher for 2018. Mr Yong is an alumnus of Hanyang University, Seoul (Law). Mr Yong works as a prosecutor in South Korea, and conducts his research under the Korean civil servants training programme. Mr Yong's temporary research counterpart during his stay in Groningen is CEASG director international Tjalling Halbertsma. To contact Mr Yong please use CEASG's general email ceasg rug.nl.
Mr. Jung Suhyo
Mr. Jung works at the Minstry of Interior and will conduct his research at the University of Groningen regarding "Activation of Smartwork and Government Innovation". He will work from the CEASG offices with research counterpart prof. Tjalling Halbertsma. Earlier, CEASG welcomed visiting researchers from the Korean Ministry of Justice, and the Korean Minister of Gender and Family Affairs.
Ms. Seonok Lee
Seonok is a Ph.D. Candidate in the Department of Sociology at the University of British Columbia, Vancouver, Canada. She was born and grew up in South Korea. She is currently writing her doctoral dissertation on how the production of race and racial hierarchies is deeply intertwined with economic migration and global capitalism in contemporary East Asia. Her research involved working alongside foreign migrant workers in South Korean factories and interviewing foreign brides from Southeast Asian countries.
Dr. Gaby Bamana
Gaby Bamana holds a PhD in social Anthropology at the University of Wales, UK, conducts research on Mongolia and Inner Asia. Dr. Bamana, who is fluent in Mongolian, is author of numerous articles and books on Mongolian culture including On the tea road, A journey into Mongolian life and culture (2011); "Articles Tea practices in Mongolia: A field of gendered power and meanings" (Asian Ethnology) "Dogs and Herders: Mythical Kinship, Spiritual analogy, and Sociality in rural Mongolia " (Sino- Platonic papers, March 2014); "Men on the right and women on the left: Symbolism and metaphor in Mongolian ger domestic space" (Mongolia Society Journal).
prof. Feng Duan
March 2016 - April 2016
Professor Feng Duan teaches Translation Studies at Sichuan University. He got his doctoral degree in Comparative Literature(2007) and MA(1990) in Linguistics from Sichuan University. His interests in scholarship include contemporary translation theories and 20th century Chinese translation history. Duan’s recent publications include “A Cross Disciplinary Analysis of ‘Cultural Translation’， “Cultural Translation and Culture as Translation: Review on Kate Sturge’s Ethnographic Translation Theory”, “Translation as Performance: Performance Theory and Translation of Chinese Ethnic Minority Oral Literature” and more.
Mr. Taehun Kang
September 2015- August 2016
Mr. Kang works as a prosecutor in the Republic of Korea and will conduct his research on human rights issues and, tentatively, North Korea. He will work at the CEASG offices with RUG research counterpart prof. Tjalling Halbertsma. In 2014 CEASG welcomed Mr. Jae Woong Lee as visiting scholar. Mr. Lee works with the Ministry of Family and Gender, Republic of Korea and conducted his research on “The social integration of married immigrant women and differentiation in related policy demands". Read more
Dr. Chen Ruohong - Beijing Foreign Studies University
September 2015 - February 2016
Dr. Chen Ruohong. is a visiting research scholar at Law School, the University of Groningen. Before coming to Groningen she has been working as Associate Professor of Law at Beijing Foreign Studies University (BFSU) in China. She was awarded Ph.D degree in June 2007 from University of International Business and Economics (UIBE) for her research on legal framework for international tax competition. read more
Associate Professor Jing Chang - Chang Zhi University
April 2015 - June 2016
On 9 April 2015 Globalisation Studies Groningen (GSG) and the Centre for East Asian Studies Groningen (CEASG) both welcomed Associate Professor Jing Chang of Chang Zhi University, research visitor till June 2015. Ms Jing Chang will conduct research on governance in multicultural societies. Ms Chang received her doctoral degree in Tianjin Normal University, majoring Chinese and Foreign Political Institution and International Relations and is now an associate professor in Shanxi Changzhi University. Her research focuses on Multiculturalism, local governance and Comparative Politics. Read more
Prof. Ni Yuping - Tsingua University
February 2015 - July 2015
On February 2015 the Chairgroup Social and Economic History at the Faculty of Arts welcomed Prof Ni Yuping from Tsinghua University Beijing, research visitor till July 2015. During the visit, Prof Yuping will conduct his research on the fiscal history of Qing China, ca. 1644-1911 in comparison with European fiscal development during the same period. He will collaborate closely with prof. Maarten Duijvendak and dr. Martin Uebele. Read more
Prof. Zuo Ting - China Agricultural University
January 2015 - February 2015
During his visit, Prof Zuo will conduct his research and meet with colleagues of the University of Groningen to discuss cooperation in research and teaching between Groningen and the China Agricultural University. He will also give a public lecture on smallholders’ farming practices and environmental impact in China. Prof. Zuo Ting is the deputy dean of the College of Humanities and Development Studies (COHD), and director of the Centre for China Eco-Compensation Policy Studies at China Agricultural University (CAU), Beijing. Read more
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