Prof. Dr. Harald Fuess

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  • Name: Prof. Dr. Harald Fuess
  • Nationality: Germany
  • Affiliation: Heidelberg University


  • Ph.D. in History 1995, Harvard University.
  • M.A. in History 1991, Harvard University.
  • B.A. History and East Asian Studies 1990, Princeton University.


  • Heidelberg University, Professor of Cultural Economic History, Cluster of Excellence “Asia and Europe in a Global Context”, joint appointment with History Department and East Asian Studies since 2009.
o Speaker of the Heidelberg Graduate School for Transcultural Studies (GPTS)
o Deputy Speaker/Speaker Cluster Research Area (A) Governance and Administration, (C) Knowledge Systems/Health and Environment
o Board Member, Heidelberg Graduate School for Humanities and Social Science (HGGS)
o Scientific Coordinator of German-Japanese six University HeKKSaGOn Alliance
o Speaker Korean Studies Working Group
  • Sheffield University, Director of Graduate Studies at the White Rose Centre of East Asian Studies, 2007-2009
  • Sophia University, Associate Professor of Modern Japanese History, 2001-2007
  • Boston Consulting Group, Frankfurt, Consultant, Financial Services, 2000-2001
  • German Institute of Japanese Studies (DIJ) Tokyo, Research Fellow, 1995-2000


  • 2016 Beer in East Asia: A Transcultural History of Corporate Capitalism and Consumer Culture. Cambridge University Press (under review)
  • 2016. Meiji Restoration in a Global Context. Co-editor. Cambridge University Press (under review)
  • 2016 "Consular Courts and Treaty Port Society” Chapter for Handbook of Modern Japanese History (Routledge)
  • 2016 Das Ringen um Staatliche Souveränität und das Wirtschaftsrecht des Stärkeren: Europa und der Markenschutz in Japan und Ostasien, 1884-1923. Zeitschrift für japanisches Recht (German article on the history of trade mark, counterfeiting and diplomacy in Japan. China and Korea)
  • 2016 E. Meyer & Co. at the Eastern Frontiers of Capitalism: The Leading Western Merchant House in Korea, 1884-1914" In Journal of Business History Vol. 62:1 (April), 3-30
  • 2014. "The Hesperia Incident 1879, Cholera Quarantine Regulations and Extraterritoriality in Japan” in Japan Review 27, 103-140
  • 2014 "Adultery and Gender Equality, 1868-1948." Chapter 5 In Law and Gender in the Japanese Imperium. Edited by Susan Burns and Barbara Brooks. Hawai'i University Press, 109 - 135