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Dr. Dorothea Heuschert-Laage

 Heuschert-Laage

 

Akademischer Werdegang

  • Studium der Mongolistik, Sinologie und Geschichte in Bonn
  • 1987-89 Studium an der Inner Mongolia University, Höhhot, VR China
  • 1993 Magistra Artium an der Universität Bonn
  • 1993/94 Visiting Student am Dept. of East Asian Languages and Civilizations, Harvard University
  • 1997 Promotion an der Universität Bonn 
  • 2011-14 Associate Researcher am Max-Planck-Institut für ethnologische Forschung, Halle/Saale
  • 2014-17 Wissenschaftliche Mitarbeiterin (Schweizerischer Nationalfonds) am Institut für Religionswissenschaft und Zentralasiatische Kulturwissenschaft der Universität Bern

Forschungsschwerpunkte

  • Mongolische Geschichte während der Qing-Dynastie (1636-1911)
  • Mongolische Rechtsgeschichte
  • Legal Anthropology
  • Mongolische Aufklärungsbewegungen im späten 19. und frühen 20. Jahrhundert
  • Wissenschaftsgeschichte

Publikationen

  • “Enlightenment in the Name of Chinggis Khan: The Founding of the Eastern Mongolian Publishing House in Mukden 1926/27”, Asiatische Studien/ Études Asiatiques 73 (2019) (forthcoming).
  • “Globalisation or Isolation: Regulating Mobility of Mongols during the Qing Period (1636-1911)”, in: Mongolian Responses to Globalisation Processes, edited by Ines Stolpe, Judith Nordby and Ulrike Gonzales, Berlin: EB Verlag 2017, pp. 21-43, (Bonner Asienstudien 13).
  • “When the Foreign Enemy Becomes a Dear Friend: Reflections on the Mission of Boro Balγasu in the Works of Kesigbatu (1849-1917)”, Inner Asia 19 (2017), pp. 29-63.
  • “Manchu-Mongolian Controversies over Judicial Competence and the Formation of the Lifanyuan”, in: Managing Frontiers in Qing China. The Lifanyuan and Libu Revisited, edited by Dittmar Schorkowitz and Chia Ning, Leiden: Brill 2017, pp. 224-253, (Brill’s Inner Asian Library 35).
  • “Mongolian Voices of Discontent in Lifanyuan Records of the early Qing-period”, in: Central Asian Sources and Central Asian Research, edited by Johannes Reckel, Göttingen: Universitätsverlag 2016, pp. 111-120, (Göttinger Bibliotheksschriften 39).
  • “Negotiating Modalities of Succession: The Interplay between Different Legal Spheres in Eighteenth-Century Mongolia”, in: Buddhism, Law & Society 1 (2015-2016), pp. 165-194.
  • “Cong geren guanxi dao jigou jianshe: Lifanyuan, liwu jiaohuan he manmeng guanxi de guifanhua [From a personal relationship to the establishment of institutions: the Lifanyuan, gift exchange and the standardization of Manchu-Mongolian relations]”, in: Zhongguo bianjiang minzu yanjiu - Studies of China’s Frontier Regions and Nationalities 9, edited by Dalizhabu (Darijab), Beijing: Zhongyang minzudaxue chubanshe 2015, pp. 271-291.
  • “The Lifanyuan and the Six Boards in the First Years of the Qing Dynasty: Clarifying Roles and Responsibilities”, in: Manmeng dang’an yu Menggu shi yanjiu [Manchu-Mongolian archives and the study of Mongolian history], edited by Wuyunbilige (Oyunbilig), Shanghai: Guji chubanshe 2014, pp. 5-18.
  • “From Personal Network to Institution Building: The Lifanyuan and the Formalization of Manchu-Mongol Relations”, in: History and Anthropology 25.5 (2014), pp. 648-669.
  • “Guojia quanli zai sifa lingyu de juezhu – 17, 18 shiji Qingchao dui Menggu de falü zhengce [Struggling for authority in the field of justice: Qing legal policies towards Mongols in the seventeenth and eighteenth centuries]”, in: Zhongguo bianjiang minzu yanjiu - Studies of China’s Frontier Regions and Nationalities 7, edited by Dalizhabu (Darijab), Beijing: Zhongyang minzudaxue chubanshe 2013, pp. 351-368.
  • “Modes of Legal Proof in Traditional Mongolian Law (16th-19th centuries)”, in: Proceedings of the 10th International Congress of Mongolists. Volume  I: Prehistoric and Historical Periods of Mongolia’s Relations with Various Civilizations, Ulaanbaatar: International Association for Mongol Studies 2012, pp. 286-288.
  • “State Authority Contested along Jurisdictional Boundaries. Qing legal policy towards the Mongols in the 17th and 18th centuries”, Max Planck Institute for Social Anthropology Working Paper No. 138, Halle/Saale: Max Planck Institute for Social Anthropology, 2012, 23 pages. http://www.eth.mpg.de/cms/de/publications/working_papers/wp0138.html
  • “Defining a Hierarchy: Formal Requirements for Manchu-Mongolian Correspondence Issued in 1636”, in: Quaestiones Mongolorum Disputatae 7 (2011), pp. 48-58.
  • “Künstliche und natürliche Verwandtschaft: Zu Adoption und Erbe in der Qalqa-Mongolei im 18. Jahrhundert”, in: Zentralasiatische Studien 38 (2009), pp. 185-198.
  •  “Schriftlichkeit und mündliche Rechtstradition. Überlegungen zum Gebrauch mongolischer Rechtsaufzeichnungen im 16.-18. Jahrhundert”, in: Asiatische Studien/ Études Asiatiques LVIII, 1 (2004), pp. 131-162.
  • “The Manchu-Mongolian Collection in the University Library of the Catholic University in Leuven (Belgium)”, in: Missionary Approaches and Linguistics in Mainland China and Taiwan, edited by Ku Wei-Ying, (Leuven Chinese Studies X), Leuven: Leuven University Press 2001, pp. 269-272.

Publikationen unter dem Namen Dorothea Heuschert

  • Die Gesetzgebung der Qing für die Mongolen im 17. Jahrhundert anhand des Mongolischen Gesetzbuches aus der Kangxi-Zeit (1662-1722), (Asiatische Forschungen 134), Wiesbaden: Harrassowitz 1998.
  •  “Legal Pluralism in the Qing Empire: Manchu Legislation for the Mongols”, in: The International History Review XX,2 (1998), pp. 310-324.
  • (Together with K. Kollmar-Paulenz), A Catalogue of the Tibetan, Mongolian and Manchu Collection of Block-Prints and Manuscripts Preserved at the University Library of the Catholic University of Leuven/Belgium, 1998, unpublished.
  • “Die Entscheidung über schwierige Rechtsfälle bei den Mongolen des 16.-19. Jahrhunderts. Zum Beweismittel des Siqaγa(n)”, in: Zentralasiatische Studien 26 (1996), pp. 49-83.
  • “Die Biographie des Nurhaci nach dem Wanli wu gong lu des Qu Jiusi”, Materialien zur Vorgeschichte der Qing-Dynastie, edited by G. Stary, Wiesbaden: Harrassowitz 1996, pp. 53-56.
  • “Die Hada-Jurchen nach dem Wanli wu gong lu des Qu Jiusi”, Materialien zur Vorgeschichte der Qing-Dynastie, edited by G. Stary, Wiesbaden: Harrassowitz 1996, pp. 23-51.

Reviews

  • Elizabeth Endicott: A History of Land Use in Mongolia: The Thirteenth Century to the Present, New York 2012. In: Mongolische Notizen. Mitteilungen der Deutsch-Mongolischen Gesellschaft e.V. 23 (2015), pp. 88-90.
  • Carmen Paul: Das Kommunikationsamt (T’ung-cheng shih ssu) der Ming Dynastie (1368-1644), (Freiburger Fernöstliche Forschungen 3), Wiesbaden 1996. In: Revue Bibliographique de Sinologie 1998, p. 137.
  • Tatiana A. Pang: “N.N. Krotkov’s Account of his Trip to the Sibe Buddhist Monastery in 1899”, Proceedings of the 38th Permanent Altaistic Conference (PIAC), pp. 281-290. In: Revue Bibliographique de Sinologie 1998, p. 43.
  • Giovanni Stary: “A Preliminary Note on Some Manchu Letters of the K’ang-hsi Emperor to his Grandmother”, Proceedings of the 38th Permanent Altaistic Conference (PIAC), pp. 365-376. In: Revue Bibliographique de Sinologie 1998, pp. 171-172.
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