27th to 30th of June

PhD Summer School 2016: Asia Oriental, UAB.

History, Heritage and Memory in China’s Social Transformation Since 1949, by Harriet Evans (University of Westminster).

Japan’s Transcultural Media: Crossing Borders in the Modern Eraby Dolores P. Martinez (University of Oxford).


27th of June to 2nd of July

PhD Summer School 2015: Asia Oriental, UAB. 

Robo sapiens japanicus:  Human-robot coexistence and the future of “society” in Japanby Jennifer Robertson (University of Michigan)

China Chic and China Shock in 20th Century Literary and Visual Writing: Investigating Modern Chinoiserieby Marco Ceresa (Università Ca’Foscari, Venecia).


30th of June to 4th of July

PhD Summer School 2014: Asia Oriental, UAB. 

The Rise and Fall of Male Entitlement: men in marriage, love, family and work in contemporary Japanby Sharon Kinsella (University of Manchester). 

Shaping a new generation: changing perceptions of training the ideal Chinese person in the 20th and 21st centuryby Stig Thøgersen (Aarhus University).


30th of June to 4th of July

PhD Summer School 2013: Asia Oriental, UAB. 

From Socialism to Postsocialism: Social and Cultural Transformations in Contemporary Chinaby Lisa Rofel (University of California, Santa Cruz).

Children and Youth in Contemporary Japanby Sabine Frühstück (University of California, Santa Barbara).


25th to 28th of June

PhD Summer School 2012: Asia Oriental, UAB. 

The Globalisation of China and the Chinese Body, by Zheng Yangwen (University of Manchester, Regne Unit).

The Problems of Religion in Contemporary Japan, by Ian Reader (University of Manchester, Regne Unit).


27th of June to 1st of July

PhD Summer School 2011: Asia Oriental, UAB. 

Beyond Ethnocentrism and into the Postnationalist Era?: Chinese Translation Studies in the Twenty-first Century, by Martha P. Y. Cheung (Hong Kong Baptist University).

The Culture of Translation in Modern Japan, by Indra Levy (Stanford University).


28th of June to 2nd July

PhD Summer School 2010: Asia Oriental, UAB. 

Comparative Postcolonial Theoryby Shu-Mei Shih (University of California).

Postwar Cultural History of Japan, by Harumi Befu (Stanford University).