Radical Utopian Communities
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Julia R. Lange

Julia Lange, M.A.

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LMU Munich
Munich Centre for Global History & Modern and Contemporary History
School of History
Lehrstuhl Prof. Wenzlhuemer PF 105
Geschwister-Scholl-Platz 1
80539 M√ľnchen
Germany

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Phone: +49 (0)89 / 2180 - 5354

Website: https://www.ngzg.geschichte.uni-muenchen.de/personen/ls_wenzlhuemer/lange/index.html

About Julia Lange:

Having joined the team in October 2020, Julia Lange is a member of the Freigeist-Fellowship research project "Radical Utopian Communities: Global Histories from the Margins, 1900-1950" led by Dr. Robert Kramm.

Research interests and research project:

- Europe and Asia in a global context
- Chinese history of the early 20th century
- Spanish history of the early 20th century
- History of anarchism in the late 19th and early 20th centuries

Julia Lange's dissertation project focuses on transnational connections between Spanish and Chinese anarchist educators in the first half of the twentieth century by understanding their educational projects and their philosophical debates both as part of global anarchist conceptual thought as well as their respective local contexts.

Curriculum Vitae:

Education:

- 2014-2017: Master of Arts in China-Studies at the University of Cologne, internship in Shanghai (2017)
- Master's thesis: "Man and society in the essays of Lu Xun and Zhou Zuoren"
- 2010-2014: Bachelor of Arts in Sinology at the Ludwig Maximilian University of Munich, exchange year at Zhejiang-University, Hangzhou, China (2012/13)

Scholarships:

- 2012-2013: PROSALMU, LMU München
- 2012-2013: BayCHINA-Scholarship, Bavaria-China Centre at the University of Bayreuth