Karl Gustafsson

Karl Gustafsson

Senior Research Fellow

Karl Gustafsson is associate professor of political science. Karl's peer-reviewed article 'Memory Politics and Ontological Security in Sino-Japanese Relations' won the Wang Gungwu Prize for best article published in Asian Studies Review in 2014 and his doctoral dissertation won the Stockholm University Association’s award for best dissertation (out of 66) in the Social Sciences in 2011. Karl has acquired
competitive research grants, including a four-year grant from the Swedish
Research Council for a project on apologies and recognition in international
politics and another four-year grant from the Marianne and Marcus Wallenberg
Foundation for a project on knowledge, memory and power on the Internet in East
Asia. Karl has previously been a post-doc at Lund University and a visiting
researcher at Tokyo University, Osaka University, Keio University (Tokyo),
Academia Sinica in Taipei and the Nordic Institute of Asian Studies in Copenhagen. He has published or has forthcoming peer-reviewed journal articles in European Political Science, Memory Studies, Review of International Studies, Cooperation and Conflict, China: An International Journal, Global Affairs, The Pacific Review, Asian Perspective and Statsvetenskaplig tidskrift.

Areas of expertise:
Asia, East Asia, China, Japan, Sino-Japanese relations, China-Japan relations, Memory politics

Selected publications:

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