Dr. Johannes L. Kurz

johannes.kurz@ubd.edu.bn

Senior Assistant Professor, Faculty of Arts and Social Sciences



               

1998-2003 lecturer UBD

2003-2016 senior lecturer UBD

2017-2021 senior assistant professor UBD

1995-1998 assistant professor University of Kiel

1986-1995 part-time lecturer, tutor, University of Heidelberg
assistant librarian, research assistant

1989-1990 ERASMUS grant recipient at Universiteit te Leiden, The Netherlands

1984-1985 Shanghai Foreign Languages Institute

EDUCATION

2003 Habilitation in Chinese Studies University of Kiel, Germany
1993 Ph.D. in Classical Chinese Studies, Modern Chinese Studies and History of Far Eastern Arts, University of Heidelberg, Germany
1986 MA in in Classical Chinese Studies, Modern Chinese Studies and History of Far Eastern Arts, University of Heidelberg, Germany

RESEARCH INTERESTS

Chinese historiography of: Tang-Ming; contemporary China, Southeast Asia; South China Sea

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RECENT PUBLICATIONS

forthcoming “Shifting Places: O.W. Wolters and His Handling of Chinese Sources”, accepted for publication by Zeitschrift der deutschen morgenländischen Gesellschaft.
2021 “(Mis)reading Chinese Texts in Southeast Asian History: Moliu, Duoluomo and the Lure of “Srivijayan” Conquests”, forthcoming in Journal of Asian History 55.1: 67-88.
2020 “The Creation of a Shared Past: Two Thousand Years of “Historical” China-Brunei Relations”, Journal of Asian History 54.1: 157-184.
2020 “On some discrepancies in the early history of Singapore with a focus on the Daoyi zhilüe (1349): A review of texts published since 1998”, Zeitschrift der deutschen morgenländischen Gesellschaft 170.1: 455-480.
2019 “Gauging the South China Sea: Route Books (genglubu) since 1974”, China Quarterly 240 (December): 1135-1143. S https://doi.org/10.1017/S0305741019000353