Dr. Hongyan Chen completed her PhD at the University of Berlin, Germa- ny in 2016.
Research domain: Educational anthropology, Qualitative research methods, Germany educational theory and practice, Cultural- Comparative Education
RESEARCH INTERESTS AND EXPERIENCES |
Research Projects: “Multilateral Education and Interdisciplinary Ap- proach in European Context II (MEIA-EUC II): Protection and Rehabilitation of Historic Cemeteries in the Context
of Cultural heritage, in Cracow, Poland,2013 [Participator, Funding: ERASMUS IP]
“Multilateral Education and Interdisciplinary Approach in European Con- text (MEIA-EUCI): Protection of European cultural and natural heritage based on national, regional and local
characteristic, in Banská Štiavnica, Slovakia , 2012 [Participated, Funding: ERASMUS IP]
Main Interests during PhD: Dynamics in Circle Rituals: Daily Life at a German Reform Pedagogic School)
Her background comprises educational philosophy, curriculum and instruction, interaction study in classroom and historical cultural anthropology.
Current Interests: Her research interests include education and ritual, intercultural studies, reform pedagogy in Germany, image of children, iconic turn in education, and video-image
CONFERENCE PAPERS |
1. 2017. “The Body Turn of Historical Anthropology in Germany: On the possibility of Interpretation and Symbiosis in Comparative Education.” In The Sixth Worldwide Forum for Compara-
tive Education Beijing Normal University, Beijing.
2. 2016. “Documentary Video-interpretation of Classroom Interaction.” East China Normal University, Shanghai.
3. 2015. “The Child Image in Images: Documentary Method on Interpreta- tion of Chinese Textbook Cover.” In Annual German Educational Anthro- pology Association Conference
University of Köln, Cologne.
4. 2014.”The Metaphor of the Dragon in Chinese Culture: A Practice of Social Imagination and Its Educational Connotation.” In Annual German Educational Anthropology Association Conference University of Koblenz, Koblenz.
5. 2014. “Documentary Method in Video-interpretation and Its Application in School Ritual Study: Morning Circle as An Example.” In Annual Chinese Education and Anthropology
Association Conference Minzu University in China, Beijing.
REPRESENTATIVE PUBLICATIONS |
Chen, Hong Yan. Dynamics in Circle Rituals: Daily Life at a German Reform Pedagogic School. Münster: Waxmann, 2016.