Daria Berg

Daria Berg

Daria Berg

Prof. Dr.
Professorin für Kultur und Gesellschaft Chinas
Office 51-6007
Unterer Graben 21
9000 St. Gallen
Publikationen Publikationen von Daria Berg
  • Chinesische Literatur und Kultur
  • Chinesische Kulturgeschichte
  • Medien und Internet in China
  • Chinesische Populärkultur
  • Chinesische Literatur und Kultur
  • Chinesische Kulturgeschichte
Weitere Forschungsgebiete
  • Medien und Internet in China
  • Chinesische Populärkultur
Ausbildung 1995: D. Phil. Oxford University, UK (Sinologie)
1992: Zertifikat, Kyoto University, Kyoto, Japan (Postgraduate Research in Chinese Literature & History)
1991: Diplom, International Christian University, Tokyo, Japan (Advanced Japanese Language Programme)
1990: Diplom, International Christian University, Tokyo, Japan (intermediate Japanese Language Porgramme)
1988: M. Litt., Transfer Examination, Oxford University, UK (Sinologie)
1987: Diplom, Fu Jen University, Tapei, ROC (Moderne und Klassische Chinesische Literatur & Philosophie)
1987: Zertifikat, Mandarin Daily News Language Center, Taipei, ROC (Moderne und Klassische Chinesische Sprache & Literatur)
1986 Diplom, Fudan University, Shanghai, China (Moderne und Klassische Chinesische Sprache & Literatur)
1985 Vordiplom, Ludwig-Maximilians Universität, München, Deutschland (in Sinologie und Englische Literatur)
Berufserfahrung 2007-2011: University of Nottingham, Ausserordentliche Professorin für zeitgenössische Sinologie und Forschungsdirektorin (2011), School of Contemporary Chinese Studies
2005-2006: University of Nottingham, Universitätsdozentin für zeitgenössische Sinologie
1995-2005: University of Durham, Durham, Universitätsdozentin für Sinologie
1995: Oxford University, Teilzeit Dozentin für Klassisches Chinesisch
1994-1995: Oxford University, Randall-McIver Wissenschaftliche Mitarbeiterin für Chinesische Literatur
1994-1998: Oxford University and Taiwan National University, Wissenschafliche Mitarbeiterin, Projekt über die einheimischen Völker in Taiwan
1994-1995: Oxford University, Tutorin für Moderne Chinesische Literatur
1992-1995: Oxford University, Tutorin für Klassische und Frühmoderne volkssprachliche Literatur

Bachelor Stufe, z.B.:

- Media and Culture in a Globalising China
- Cinema in China
- China’s Culture of Consumption 
- Pop Culture in China
- China’s Transformation: A View from Media and Culture
- Film and Culture in China
- China’s New World Cities: A Cultural Journey
- Modern China in History and Film

Master Stufe, z.B.:

- Digital Dissent: Internet Authors, Artists and Activists in Twenty-first Century China
- Entrepreneurialism in Chinese Culture
- Women, Gender and Responsibility in China
- China’s Avantgarde: Authors, Artists and Activists
- Transcultural BRICs: Business in China (MBA, co-taught)
- Cultural Entrepreneurs and Creative Industries in China
- Generation X and the Chinese City: Transcultural Communication in China’s Emerging World Cities
- 'Superpower China': Economic Imbalances & Cultural Shifts (co-taught)
- The Chinese Dream: 21st-Century Superpower
- China Invents the Future: The Culture of Entrepreneurship, Technology and Social Networks (co-taught)
- Competence in Intercultural Communication (at SGI in Singapore) 

Doktorat Stufe, z.B.:

- Transforming China: New Media and Culture between Consumerism and Censorship 
- The Organisation of Media, Globalising Markets and Transcultural Communication
- Cultural Studies: Text and New Media in the Digital Age (co-taught)

Mitgliedschaften Mitglied der Association of Asian Studies, US
Mitglied der European Association for Chinese Studies, EU
Mitglied der Universities’ China Committee London, UK
Mitglied der British Association of Chinese Studies, UK
Mitglied derDeutschen Vereinigung für Chinastudien e.V., Deutschland
Mitglied des Deutschen Hochschulverbands, Deutschland
Auszeichnungen 2016: University of St.Gallen, Teaching Reduction for Research 
2015: ICA Book Prize "Specialist Publication Accolade" for Women and the Literary World in Early Modern China
2015: The Eduard B. Vermeer Prize for the Best Article, China Information 
2014-2016: Swiss National Science Foundation Research Grant
2015-2016: Chiang Ching-kuo Lecture Series (St.Gallen & Leiden) 
2014: University of St.Gallen, Teaching Reduction for Research
2012-2013: University of St.Gallen, Research Committee's Basic Research Fund 
2010: University of Nottingham, Learning & Teaching Development Projects
2005-2011: University of Nottingham, Research Grants, School of Contemporary Chinese Studies
2007-2012: Chinese Ministry of Education Grant for a Confucius Institute at the University of Nottingham
2008: Association for Asian Studies, US Panel Organizer Grant
2006: University of Nottingham Research Grant for Chinese cultural studies
2006: Oxford University, Institute of Chinese Studies, Publication Grant
2002-2003: The Leverhulme Trust Research Fellowship
2002: British Academy Travel Grant
2002: British Academy Grant
2002: Universities’ China Committee, London Grant
2002: Chiang Ching-kuo Foundation Grant
2002: Durham University, Contemporary China Centre Grant
1997: Shung Ye Foundation Grant
1997: Universities’ China Committee London Grant
1997: Durham University Special Staff Travel Fund
1996: Shung Ye Foundation Grant
1996: Durham University Special Staff Travel Fund
1996: Durham University Department of East Asian Studies Research Fund
1994-1996: Shung Ye Foundation, Taiwan, Grant
1992-1994: German National Scholarship Foundation
1990-1992: Rotary Foundation, Rotary International, Japan Programme Scholarship
1990: St. Hugh's College Oxford University Award
1989-1990: British Academy Major State Studentship
1989-1990: St. Hugh's College Oxford University Cannon Graduate Scholarship
1989: The Oxford Society Award
1987-1990: German National Scholarship Foundation
1986: Sun Yat-sen Memorial Foundation Prize
1985-1986: German Academic Exchange Service (DAAD) Scholarship
1983: Baccalaureate (Abitur) Prize for Outstanding Results
Weitere Informationen
Research Associate, China Policy Institute, University of Nottingham, 2007-
Research Associate, Institute of Chinese Studies, University of Heidelberg, Germany, 2007-
Elected Board Member, European Association for Chinese Studies, 2002-06
Webmaster, European Association for Chinese Studies, 2002-04
Council Member, Universities’ China Committee London, 1999-2004 

1997: Gastprofessorin, Zhongshan University, Canton, China

2016: Principal Investigator and Conference Organiser, “The Art of Transculturality: New Frontiers in Postsocialist China’s Avant-garde”, University of St.Gallen, 28/29 July
2013: Panel Organiser, “Transcultural Communication in a Globalizing China.” Conference “The Future of Content Is Context”, School of Humanities and Social Sciences, University of St. Gallen, 25/26 April 
2008: Panel Organisatorin, “Cyberspace, Consumerism and Cultural Creativity in Twenty-First Century China.” 60th Annual Meeting of the Association for Asian Studies, Atlanta, GA
2004: Panel Organisatorin, “Books, Bodies And Business: Cultural Consumption and Production in Contemporary China in Interdisciplinary Perspective.” 56th Annual Meeting of the Association for Asian Studies, San Diego, CA
2003: Panel Organiser, “Beyond Gender and Class: Ladies, Lovers, Loyalists and the Search for Gentility.” 55th Annual Meeting of the Association for Asian Studies, New York, NY
2002: Panel Organisatorin, “Women and Publishing in Traditional China.” 14th European Association for Chinese Studies Conference, Moscow
2002: Projektleiterin und Organisatorin der Konferenz, “Perceptions of Gentility in Chinese Literature and History,” mit Dr. Chloë Starr, Durham University. Die Resultate wurden veröffentlicht. The Quest for Gentility in China: Negotiations beyond Gender and Class. Edited volume, with Chloë Starr. London: Routledge, 2007.
1998: Vorsitzende und Mitorganisatorin des Internationalen Sympoisium, “The Study of Women in Late Imperial China,” mit Prof. Harriet T. Zurndorfer, Leiden University, The Netherlands, gesponsort vom International Institute for Asian Studies
1996: Panel Organisatorin, “Martyr, Saviour and Saint: Women in Seventeenth-Century Chinese Fiction and History.” 48th Annual Meeting of Association for Asian Studies, Honolulu, HI
1994-1998: Mitglied des Forschungsprojektes über die einheimischen Völker Taiwans mit Professor David Faure, in Zusammenarbeit mit der Oxford University und der Taiwan University, Taipei, Taiwan, unterstützt durch die Shung Ye Foundation, Taipei

2016- Dominique Ursprung. “Educational System in China”. University of St.Gallen.
2012-16 Sergio de Eccher. “The Impact of Social Networks in China”. University of St.Gallen.
2011-15 Katrin Müller-Hansen. “Han Han and China’s Education System.” University of St.Gallen.
2011-12 Rebecca Scott. “Children’s Literature in Twentieth-Century China.” University of Nottingham.
2010-11 Tracey Fallon. “Language, Culture and Soft Power in China.” University of Nottingham.
2009-11 Wu Junqing. “Investigating the Traditional Characteristics of Religious Policy in Communist China.” University of Nottingham.
2009-14 Giorgio Strafella. “Intellectual Politics, Literature and Culture: The Intellectual Debate over the Humanistic Spirit (renwen jingshen zhenglun) in China since 1989.” University of Nottingham.
1995-99 Sarah Dauncey. “The Politics of Fashion: Perceptions of Power in Female Dress and Ornamentation as reflected in the sixteenthcentury Chinese Novel Jin Ping Mei.” University of Durham. 

Fliessend in Sprache und Schrift: Englisch, Deutsch, Chinesisch, Japanisch, Französisch
Lesebeherrschung in Klassischem Chinesisch und Latein
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