Uppsala University, Sweden                                        B.L., 1951

Stockholm University, Sweden                                    B.A., 1955

Sorbonne, France, French studies                                1948

Universität Bonn, German studies                                1951

University of California, Berkeley                                 M.A., 1963

University of California, Berkeley                                 Doctor of Philosophy, 1967

Administrative Officer, Neutral Nations Supervisory

Commission(NNSC),Panmunjom,Korea                                                                1953-55

Secretary, Swedish UN Office, Stockholm                                                    1956-59

Teaching Assistant and Instructor, University of

California, Berkeley                                                                                        1959-65

Lecturer, University of California, Davis                                                                  1965-66

Assistant Professor, University of California, Davis                           1966-69

Amanuensis, University of Copenhagen, Denmark                            1968-72

Professor, University of Copenhagen, Denmark                                 1972-1996

Docent, Lund University, Sweden                                                                           1969-

Administrator, East Asian Programme, Lund University                   1969-73

Chairman, East Asian Institute, University of Copenhagen               1969-74

Chairman, East Asian Institute, University of Copenhagen               1975-80

Secretary, European Association for Japanese Studies                       1979-82

President, European Association for Japanese Studies                       1982-85

Director, Japan Information Center, Univ. of Copenhagen                1983-1995

Acting Professor Tübingen Unversität ,                              1996-199

Acting Professor Humboldt Universität, Berlin                        1997-2001

Adj. Professor,  Humboldt Universität. 2002-2006

Visiting Professor, Södertörns University, 1998-2003

Guest lecturer, Columbia University and Harvard University and Universität Tübingen, April and June 2001

Guest lecturer, Göteborg University, May and September, 2001 and many times before and also after.

Harvard University, The Edwin O. Rwischauer Institue for Japanese Studies, "Ogyû Sorai's Life and Philosophy in Simple Terms", April 2001.

Production List

Från Sverige till Korea 1953 – 1955, Uppsala 1956, partially published.

Ogyû Sorai, Life and Philosophy, with Full Translation of his work Bendô and partial translation of his work Seidan, Ph.D.-dis-

sertation, Ann Arbor, 1968

Ogyû Sorai's Distinguishing the Way, Tokyo, 1970

The Life of Ogyû Sorai, A Tokugawa Confucian Philosopher, Lund, 1973

Ogyû Sorai's Journey to Kai in 1706, with a Translation of the

Kyôchûkikô, London,  1983

Japans Religioner, Copenhagen, 1985

Japans ældre historie, Politiken, for Verdenshistorien,  85 sidor

History of Japanese Thought, in Japanische Geistesgeschichte, Wiesbaden, 1988

Florilegium Japanicum, Copenhagen, 1996

Ogyû Sorai's Discourse on Government (Seidan), An Annotated Translation, Wiesbaden, 2000

Tanegashima - The Arrival of Europe in Japan, Copenhagen, 2002

Same, 2nd edition, London, 2004

From Taoism to Einstein, ri and ki in Chinese and Japanese Thought, A Survey, 2006.

Balance and Chance, Berlin, 2007 and Mïnster 2009-

Min Far – Nestor, Huddinge, 1910.

Modern Japanese, Berkeley, Davis, Copenhagen

Classical Japanese, Davis, Copenhagen, Tübingen, Berlin

Modern Chinese, Lund

Classical Chinese (Ikanbum) Copenhagen, Berlin, Göteborg

Japanese Cultural History, Berkeley,Davis, Copenhagen, Tübingwn, Berlin, Götebotg

Japanese Literary History, Copenhagen, Berlin

Japanese Religion and Philosophy, Copenhagen, Berlin

Swedish Language, Berekely, Davis

Berentsen, Jan-Martin, Grave and Gospel, Oslo, 1981.

Bieda, Wanda: Nakae Tôju: Founder of the Wang Yang-ming School in Japan, 1980, fem sidor

Blomberg, Catharina, Samurai Religion, Some Aspects of Warrior Manners and Customs in Feudal Japan, Uppsala, 1976

Børdahl, Vibeke, The Oral Tradition of Yangzhou Storytelling, Copenhagen, 1996

Haglund, Åke, Contact and Conflict, Studies in Contemporary Religious Attitudes among Chinese People, Lund, 1972

Kracht, Klaus, Studien zur Geschichte des Denkens im Japan des 17. bis 19. Jahrhunderts: Chu-Hsi-Confuzianische Geistdiskurse, Bochum, 1985 (Habilitation)

Leinss, Gerhard, Japanische Anthropologie, Die Natur des Menschen in der konfuzianischen Neoklassik am Anfang des 18. Jahrhunderts Jinsai und Sorai, Wiesbaden, 1995

Refsing, Kirsten, The Ainu Language, Copenhagen, 1986

Sjöholm, Gunnar, Readings in MO TI, Chapters XXVI - XXVIII on the Will of Heaven, Lund, 1982.

Steenstrup, Carl, Hôjô Shigetoki (1198-1261) and his Role in the History of Political and Ethical Ideas in Japan, Copenhagen, 1979.

Takeuchi, Lone, A Study of Classical Japanese Tense and Aspect, Copenhagen, 1987.

Tyler, Susan Smith, The Art and Cult of Kasuga, Oslo, 1985.

Vargö, Lars, Social and Economic Conditions for the Formation of the Early Japanese State, Stockholm, 1982.

Vidaeus, Kerstin, Miyazawa Kenji, his Stories, Characters and Worldview, Copenhagen, 1994.

Darling, Dennis, Iesugi Kenshin: A Study of the Military Career of a Sixteenth Century Warlord, Copenhagen, 2001

Frellesvig, Bjarke, A Case Study in Diachronioc Phonology, Copenhagen, 1995.

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