Yulei YANG

Visiting Scholar
Visiting Scholars are established scholars, as evidenced by significant publications and broad academic experience, spending a fixed term as guests at the MPIWG for research purposes. They may be externally funded or receive a Research Fellowship from the MPIWG.
Department III
PhD, Professor at the Department of History, Research Institute for Pre-modern Chinese History, Zhejiang University, Hangzhou
Residence:
1. November 2017 to 30. November 2017
Profile

Yulei Yang studied history, historical geography at Zhejiang University and Fudan University, obtaining her PhD in 2005 with a dissertation on Sino-Korean cultural exchange in the Ming and Qing dynasties. She was a visiting scholar at Seoul national University, Yonsei University and UMR 8173 Chine-Corée-Japon (CNRS-EHESS), and she is currently a professor in the Department of History & Research Institute for Premodern Chinese History at Zhejiang University.

As a visiting scholar at MPIWG, Yulei Yang is making a preliminary investigation of the old Chinese maps collected in MPIWG. Her research interests include the history of Sino-Korean relations, history of cultural exchanges between East and West, and the history of cartography. Her current research work focuses on the history of East Asian cartography, particularly on Chinese and Korean world maps during the Ming and Qing dynasties.

Contact

Max Planck Institute for the History of Science 
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Germany