Profile Page Dr. Rui Kunze

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Name Rui Kunze
Title Dr.
Institute/School SHSS - School of Humanities and Social Sciences
Email address
Phone +41 71 224 2157
Main Focuses Chinese culture and literature since the late 19th century, visual culture and Internet in China, science and modernity in China
Further fields of research transcultural translation, gender studies, speculative fiction, film studies
Professional Career
Research Cooperation

Latest Additions (all)

  1. Item Berg, Daria & Kunze, Rui: Chinese Woman in New York City: Transcultural Travel and Postsocialist Cosmopolitanism in Twenty-first Century China. 2016. - International interdisciplinary conference “People and Cultures in Motion: Environment, Space and the Humanities”. - Chengchi University, Taipei, Republic of China. [img]
  2. Item Berg, Daria & Kunze, Rui: Sex and the Glocalising City: Women Writers as Transcultural Travellers in Postsocialist Chinese Literature, 1997-2016. In Transforming Book Culture in China, 1600-2016. Wiesbaden : Harrassowitz, 2016, S. 173-200. [img] [img]
  3. Item Berg, Daria & Kunze, Rui: A View of China’s Literary Landscape: Interview with Sheng Yun, Woman Editor of the Shanghai Review of Books. In Transforming Book Culture in China, 1600-2016. Wiesbaden : Harrassowitz, 2016, S. 123-130. [img]
  4. Item Kunze, Rui: Black as Coal : The Transcultural Travel of the Noir into Chinese Cinema. 2015. - Association of Chinese and Comparative Literature (ACCL) Biannual Conference Conference. - Fudan University, Shanghai, China. [img]
  5. Item Kunze, Rui: Displaced Pleasure: Pulp Science Fiction in the Early Reform Era of the PRC. , 2015,
  6. Item Kunze, Rui: Naturalizing Ideologies : Children's Science Education in the People's Republic of China: 1949-1966. 2014. - 20th Biennial Conference of the European Association of Chinese Studies (EACS). - University of Minho, Braga and University of Coimbra, Portugal.
  7. Item Kunze, Rui: Songfan (Meal Delivery): A civic action by means of e-commerce. 2014. - Revisiting the Emancipatory Potential of Digital Media in Asia. - the Netherlands University, Leiden, the Netherlands.
  8. Item Kunze, Rui: Fantasizing Science: Kexue xiaoshuo in Early Twentieth-Century China (1902-1920). 2013. - Optimism and Skepticism regarding Progress in Late 19th-Century and Republican China. - Erlangen.
  9. Item Kunze, Rui: Kam Louie (ed.) Eileen Chang: Romancing Languages, Cultures and Genres. In: Modern Chinese Literature and Culture (2013), January 2013, S.
  10. Item Kunze, Rui: Chi Li. In Moran, Thomas (ed.): Chinese fiction writers, 1950 - 2000. Detroit : Gale Cengage Learning, 2013, S. 47-53. [img]