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Wu Moting

 
Martin Woesler, M.A. 1995, PhD 1998 Ruhr University Bochum, since 2006 Ass. Prof. University Witten

Head, Language Section, room E93, Business Services, Sino-German School of Governance (Dean: Prof. Carsten Herrmann-Pillath), Business Faculty, Private University Witten/Herdecke Alfred-Herrhausen-Str. 50, 58448 Witten, Germany, phone +49 2302 926-579, fax -559
c/o Ruhr University Bochum, P.O. Box The University Press Bochum, 44780 Bochum, Germany, phone +49 (0) 234 32-11993, fax -14993, with university bookstore blaetterwald.net and with translation service center

research interests
intercultural competence and standards Germany/China, international business management, Chinese language and culture, modern Chinese literature, critical theory, modernity, modern Chinese essay, internet in China, e-learning, diachronical and synchronical research on recent Chinese language development (frequence of the use of characters, words and expressions)

current and upcoming courses/events
Corporate Culture Germany / China, University Witten/Herdecke, Nov 10 1-6 pm, 11 10am-5.30pm, 12 10am-6pm
Film & Talk, Studium Fundamentale, University Witten/Herdecke, Nov 9, 2006, 7-9.15 pm (Cafeteria), Jan. 25, 2007, 7-9.15 pm (Audimax)
Comparing Cultures - East and West, Studium Fundamentale, University Witten/Herdecke, Oct-Dec 2006
Introduction to Germany, Nanjing University, (PR China), Sep 14, 2006
Introduction to Germany, University of International Business and Economics (UIBE) Peking (PR China), Sep 4-8, 2006
with Ming ZHONG, Intercultural training Germany-China, Witten University
, June 13, 2006, 9 am - 2 pm
Chinese Negotiation Culture, Business Faculty, University Witten/Herdecke, June 2-4, 2006, 22 hours
'Interculturality', West Saxon University of Applied Sciences Zwickau, May 17, 2006, 5-7 pm
"Comparing Chinese and German Culture, including Economy, Civilization, Education", March 17 Nanjing University of Science and Technology 2.30 pm - 4.30 pm
Intercultural Competence, March 13-17, 2006, 22 hours, University of Nanjing, School of Engineering and Management

ongoing work (selection)
- teaching material for Chinese courses at university and at comprehensive secondary school level
- teaching material and course conception for conference interpreters Chinese
- crosscultural reception of the Chinese novel A dream of red chambers
- Project "Dewenlin (German Wenlin)" (description in German)

recent papers
"?????? Hnglumng zi Dgu [The Dream of the Red Chamber in Germany]", in: ????? Hnglumng Xuk?n 2006????, ????????? B?ij?ng Zh?nggu ysh ynji?yun, pp. 241-252
"The role of the internet for social-cultural and political transitions in China", in: Criticism in old and modern China, yearbook of the German Association for China Studies 2, Harrassowitz Press, Wiesbaden 2006, pp. 283-300

"The literary translation process and the culture poles Germany - China", in: China.Literatur.bersetzen. Beitrge eines Symposiums zu Ehren von Ulrich Kautz, Peter Lang, Bern 2006

monographs and edited anthologies [in English]
Miscellaneous scripts reg. "Intercultural Competence between the West and China", "Business Chinese", Series Scripta Sinica, Berlin/Bochum/London/Paris: European University Press 2004-2006
China's digital dream The impact of the internet on Chinese society, Zhang Junhua, Woesler, Martin eds., Bochum: The University Press, 2002.08.01, 274 pp., ISBN 3-934453-90-2, 10 illustrations, Sinica, vol. 12, ISSN 1616-1556
The Modern Chinese Literary Essay - Defining the Chinese Self in the 20th Century - Conference Volume, Bochum: The University Press, 2000, 240 pp., ISBN 3-934453-15-5,
Sinica, vol. 3, ISSN 1616-1556, incl. 42 essays with its English translation, and an introduction to the genre
The Chinese Essay in The 20th Century, Bochum, Bochum University Press, 2000, 496 (xlii, 205, 229) pp, ISBN 3-934453-14-7,
Sinica, vol. 2, ISSN 1616-1556

contact Mon-Fri 1-6 pm room 1.225, martin.woesler(at)uni-wh.de. Home address: Galenst 34, 58452 Witten, Germany.


Bochum,
April 29, 2004


 

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