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Dagmar Catharina Maria Blomberg

japanologist

Dagmar Catharina Maria Blomberg, Japanologist. Adolf Lindgrens Stiftelse research grantee, Orebro, 1984, Nordic Institute Asian Studies travelling grantee, Copenhagen, 1993, Fond. Famiglia Rausing travelling grantee, Rome, 1996; visiting scholar Harvard University, 1984; Matsumae fellow Tokai University, Japan, 1978-1979, Hambro fellow Clare Hall, Cambridge, 1986-1987, Japan Foundation fellow, Keio University, Tokyo, 1980-1981, 91-92.

Background

Blomberg, Dagmar Catharina Maria was born on December 4, 1946 in Orebro, Sweden. Daughter of Carl Harald Oriel and Dagmar Marta Maria (Tygnaeus) Blomberg.

Education

Bachelor, Upsala (Sweden) University, 1970. Doctor of Philosophy, Upsala (Sweden) University, 1977. Bachelor, Cambridge University, England, 1972.

Master of Arts, Cambridge University, England, 1977.

Career

Lecturer Upsala University, Sweden, 1974-1981, Umea University, Sweden, 1979-1982. Associate professor Gothenburg University, Sweden, 1983. Associate professor, lecturer Stockholm University, since 1994.

Achievements

  • Avocations: literature, classical music, art

  • Avocations: literature, classical music, art

  • Avocations: literature, classical music, art

Membership

Member Swedish Pan-European Association (founding member since 1991), Royal Society Asian Affairs, Asiatic Society Japan, Katharine Briggs Dining Club (correspondent since 1986).

Interests

  • Other Interests

    Avocations: literature, classical music, art.

Connections

father:
Carl Harald Oriel Blomberg

mother:
Dagmar Marta Maria (Tygnaeus) Blomberg