Research projects

Global Interconnectedness

Global Interconnectedness: British Engineering Networks 1890-1930

Postdoctoral project funded by the Carlsberg Foundation.

Research collaboration: Imperial and Global History, University of Oxford

Project period: 1 February 2010 – 31 January 2013

Involved AU Researchers

Casper Andersen
Associate professor

Phone: +4587162893
Email:


National Narratives

National Narratives: Sociohistorical Continuity and Political Legitimacy in The People’s Republic of China’.

PhD-project funded by the Danish Research Council for the Humanities (FKK), DKK 1,925,000

Involved AU Researchers


China Sound

China Sound: Culture and Politics from the Gramophone to MP3

Amount: DKK 500,000

Donor: Aarhus University (“AU-Ideas”), 2012-2014.

Research collaboration: Academy of Social Sciences (Shanghai); Nanjing University, Institute of Modern Chinese History; Institute of Sinology (Heidelberg University).

Involved AU Researchers

Andreas Steen
Associate professor

Phone: +4587162375
Email:


Germany and China, 1842-1911

Germany and China, 1842-1911: Intercultural Modes of Interaction and International History

Responsible Person: Mechthild Leutner (Freie Universität Berlin), Andreas Steen.

Donor: German Research Foundation, 2006-2012.

Research collaboration: Seminar of East Asian Studies (Freie Universität Berlin), Prussian Archives, Berlin, Beijing University and Beijing No. 1 Historical Archives.

Involved AU Researchers

Andreas Steen
Associate professor

Phone: +4587162375
Email:


Chinese students in Denmark

Chinese students in Denmark: Values, Strategies, Networks.

Funded by AUFF

Involved AU Researchers


Stig Thøgersen
Professor

Phone: +4587162332
Email:


Modern and Contemporary Indian Art and the Global

Modern and Contemporary Indian Art and the Global: Culture, Capital and the Development of Post-Colonial Taste

‘Framing the Global’ Fellowship (2011-2014), Indiana University Bloomington

India and China: Art Worlds and Markets in Globalising Asia

International Network Grant by the Danish Agency for Science, Technology and Innovation (2012)

Network grant institutions: University of California, Los Angeles (UCLA), Shanghai University, Chung-Ang University, Seoul

Involved AU Researchers

Manuela Ciotti
Associate professor

Phone: +4587162376
Email: