Dr.

Frauke Kempka

frauke.kempka(at)oeaw.ac.at

 

Biography


Born 1977 in Nordrhein Westfalen/ Germany
MA in Japanese Studies, European and East-Asian Art History at Trier University and Berlin Free University 1997-2004. 1999-2000 university scholarship at Osaka Gakuin University in Japan. 2001-2002 DAAD scholarship at Tokyo University. 2004-2007 professional experience as a Coordinator for International Relations with Bungoono City Hall/ Japan supported by the JET-Programme on behalf of the Japanese Ministry for Education. 2007-2011 doctoral fellowship at the International Graduate School "Civil Society in Transition. Japan and Germany in Comparison" at Martin Luther University Halle-Wittenberg (MLU) and University of Tokyo. In summer semester 2009 lecturer at MLU's Institute for Political Science and Japanese Studies. Receiving Martin-Luther-Certification for her Ph.D.-thesis in 2012. Since 2013 professional activity as Japan-related specialist for a Munich-based private company. Lecturer with Institute for Political Science at Justus-Liebig-University in Gießen/ Germany in winter semester 2019/ 20.

 

Areas of Specialization


Representation and Agency, Intersectionality, Art Politics in Japan 1931-1945, Social Inclusion, Immigration Politics in Japan and Germany, Communication Structures in international Japanese corporations.


Publications (selection)


2013 ‚Sorry, we’re homogeneous.‘ Commitments to plurality and exclusive concepts of ethnic and cultural homogeneity in Japan and Germany. In: Acta Asiatica Varsoviensia
2012 Vertraute Fremde. Akzeptanz in der Integrationsförderung von MigrantInnen in Japan und Deutschland. VS-Verlag für Sozialwissenschaften, Wiesbaden
2009 ‚Wareware‘ to ‚tasha‘ no aida no kabe wo tou. In: Tokyo University IGK Working Paper Series No. 3, p. 3-17
2006 Kyôtsûten wo sagaseba. In: Jichitai Kokusaika Foramu No. 206, p. 38-39
2004 Kunstgenuss im Dienste der Propaganda. Die ‚Ausstellung Altjapanischer Kunst‘ in Berlin 1938. In: Ostasiatische Zeitschrift No. 8, p. 22-32