Prof. Dr. Marc Matten



Organisation


Professur für die Zeitgeschichte Chinas


Awards / Honours


2009 : Martin-Behaim-Preis



Project lead


Producing and Consuming Authenticity — Politics of the Past in the Cultural and Creative Industries in the Sinophone Sphere
Prof. Dr. Marc Matten
(01/09/2018 - 31/08/2021)

Scientists and their Knowledge Networks in the Cold War Era
Prof. Dr. Marc Matten
(15/07/2018)

Epistemology of the Invisible -- Maoist Science Philosophy in Retrospective
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)


Project member


Scientists and their Knowledge Networks in the Cold War Era
Prof. Dr. Marc Matten
(15/07/2018)

Keywords for Critical Futures Studies
Prof. Dr. Heike Paul
(01/04/2017)


Other Research Activities

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Organisation of a congress / conference
Prof. Dr. Marc Matten
Wissensschaffung und Wissenspopularisierung im Russisch-Ostasiatischen Raum
(08/07/2016 - 09/07/2016)
Organisation of a congress / conference
Prof. Dr. Marc Matten
Moving Knowledges in East Asia and Beyond--Global Networks in the History of Science and Technology
(10/05/2019 - 12/05/2019)
Organisation of a congress / conference
Prof. Dr. Marc Matten
Sharing Knowledge in a Globalized Civil Society
(17/02/2017 - 18/02/2017)
Expert for funding organisation
Prof. Dr. Marc Matten
Gutachter - Alexander von Humboldt-Stiftung
(15/05/2014)
Expert for funding organisation
Prof. Dr. Marc Matten
Gutachter und Kommissionsmitglied - Volkswagen Stiftung
(15/06/2011)


Publications (Download BibTeX)

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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. (2018). Coping with Invisible Threats: Nuclear Radiation and Science Dissemination in Maoist China. East Asian Science, Technology and Society, 3, 1-22. https://dx.doi.org/10.1215/18752160-6976023
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. https://dx.doi.org/10.1215/18752160-6976164
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). 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). 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)..
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. https://dx.doi.org/10.3868/s010-005-016-0022-1
Matten, M. (2016). Imagining a Postnational World -- Hegemony and Space in Modern China. Leiden: Brill.
Aleida Assmann (2016). 《记忆中的历史》. (Matten, M., & Yuan, S., Trans.). Nanjing: Nanjing University Press.

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