Professur für die Zeitgeschichte Chinas


Professur für die Zeitgeschichte Chinas

Artilleriestraße 70
91052 Erlangen


Erinnerungskultur in China
Transnationale Wissensgeschichte
Zeitgeschichte Chinas


Produktion und Konsum von Authentizität — Vergangenheitspolitik in der Kultur- und Kreativwirtschaft im sinophonen Raum
Prof. Dr. Marc Matten
(01.09.2018 - 31.08.2021)

Scientists and their Knowledge Networks in the Cold War Era
Prof. Dr. Marc Matten

Epistemologie des Unsichtbaren -- Maoistische Wissenschaftsphilosophie in der Retrospektive
Prof. Dr. Marc Matten
(15.03.2017 - 15.10.2018)

Science, Modernity and Political Behavior in Contemporary China (1949-1978)
Prof. Dr. Marc Matten
(01.08.2013 - 30.07.2015)

Erinnerungskultur und Gedächtnis in China
Prof. Dr. Marc Matten
(01.03.2012 - 01.12.2016)

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Matten, M. (2018). Coping with Invisible Threats: Nuclear Radiation and Science Dissemination in Maoist China. East Asian Science, Technology and Society, 3, 1-22.
Matten, M. (2018). "Do not Fear the Future! The Legacy of Confucian Optimism in Modern China: A Response to 'Science Fiction in North and South Korea'". East Asian Science, Technology and Society, 12(3), 327-329.
Matten, M. (2018). Being Modern without the West? On the Futility of Self-Assertion in Chinese Thought. In Iwo Amelung und Joachim Kurtz (Eds.), Reading the Signs: Philology, History, Prognostication (pp. 411-428). Iudicium.
Matten, M. (2017). Worshipping Ancestors in modern China: Confucius and the Yellow Emperor as Icons of Chinese Identity. In Hon Tze-ki and Kristin Stapleton (Eds.), Confucianism for the Contemporary World: Global Order, Political Pluralism, and Social Action (pp. 183-208). New York: SUNY Press.
Matten, M. (2017). Review of Miriam Gross, Farewell to the God of Plague — Chairman Mao’s Campaign to Deworm China, by Miriam Gross.
Matten, M. (2017). 民族概念及其对中国近代政治思想的影响 (王马克 Marc Matten). In Zhang Fengyang 张凤阳 und Sun Jiang 孙江 (Eds.), 亚洲概念史研究(第三辑)..
Aleida Assmann (2016). 《记忆中的历史》. (Matten, M., & Yuan, S., Trans.). Nanjing: Nanjing University Press.
Matten, M. (2016). Imagining a Postnational World -- Hegemony and Space in Modern China. Leiden: Brill.
Matten, M. (2016). Global Ethics for a Failed World - The renaissance of political Confucianism in contemporary China. In Manabu ISHIKAWA (Integrated Human Sciences Program for Cultural Diversity, The University of Tokyo) (Eds.), Universal Values in a post-secular Era. (pp. 7-33). Tokyo: Tokyo University Press.
Matten, M. (2016). Hon Tze-ki: The Allure of the Nation - The Cultural and Historical Debates in Late Qing and Republican China. Frontiers of Literary Studies in China, 10(2), 348-352.
Gringmuth, R. (2016). Review: Andrews, Bridie, and Mary Brown Bullock. Medical Transitions in Twentieth-Century China. Bloomington. In: Indiana University Press, 2014. Frontiers of history in China, Volume 11(1), 159 - 162.
Matten, M. (2015). Producing and Reproducing a Revolutionary Tradition, or How the Memory of Anyuan Has Been Shanghaied in Contemporary China.
Matten, M. (2014). Stefan Kroll: Normgenese durch Re-Interpretation - China und das europäische Völkerrecht im 19. und 20. Jahrhundert.
Matten, M. (2014). Yue Fei. In Kerry Brown (Eds.), Berkshire Dictionary of Chinese Biography Berkshire.
Matten, M. (2014). Zhongguo yingxiong de Riben hua - Riben zhimin huayu zhong de Guoxingye 中国英雄的日本化--日本殖民话语中的国姓爷. In Sun Jiang 孙江 (Eds.), Lishi yu jiyi (Xin shixue di 8 juan) 历史与记忆(新史学 第八卷) (pp. 245-270). Beijing: Zhonghua shuju.
Matten, M. (Ed.) (2012). Places of memory in modern China. History, Politics, Identity. Leiden: Brill.
Matten, M. (2012). The Dualistic Knowledge System in 20th century China - Science, Pseudoscience and Pragmatism 《现代中国的双重知识体系--科学、伪科学与实用主义》. Erlangen: Universität.
Matten, M. (2012). History, Memory, and Identity in Modern China. In Matten Marc Andre (Eds.), Places of Memory in Modern China – History, Politics, Identity (pp. 1-16). Leiden: Brill.
Matten, M. (2012). The Chiang Kai-shek Memorial Hall in Taipei: A Contested Place of Memory. In Matten Marc Andre (Eds.), Places of Memory in Modern China – History, Politics, Identity (pp. 51-90). Leiden: Brill.
Matten, M. (2012). "China is the China of the Chinese": The Concept of Nation and its Impact on Political Thinking in Modern China. Oriens extremus, 51, 63-106.

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