Katharina Rode-Kaya M.A.
|2021||Submission of doctoral thesis: Rejuvenating the Past—Kawabata Gyokushō (1842-1913) and the Multiplicity of Painting Practices|
|2019 –||Assistant Professor for Japanese Art History, Institute for East Asian Art History, Heidelberg University|
|2018 – 2019||Scholarship of the Geschwister-Supp-Stiftung|
|Oct 2016 – 2018||Graduate Studies at the Cluster, Heidelberg University
Member of Research Area D: Historicities & Heritage
|2015 – 2016||Field studies at Gakushūin University, Tokyo, with MEXT scholarship.
Japanese supervisor: Prof. Sano Midori
|2014 – 2015||
Project Coordinator - Field of Focus 3: Pilot study to optimize digital presentations of movable image and text formats
|2014 – 2018||
Start of dissertation project within the GPTS 6 (Graduate School for Transcultural Studies; initial abstract) framework.
Heidelberg University Didactics Certificate
|2013||Graduation as Magistra Artium in East Asian Art History and Japanese Studies.
Magister thesis title: Fusing Past and Present: Aida Makoto, Yamaguchi Akira and Ikeda Manabu
Supervisor: Prof. Melanie Trede
|2009 – 2010||Exchange student at the Tokyo Gakugei University with JASSO full scholarship.|
|2006||Enrolled in Heidelberg University|