EACS

Call for applications: PhD scholarships based in a French CNRS unit with international mobility to a CNRS research center abroad

Deadline: 27th July 2012


Le Centre d’Etude Français sur la Chine contemporaine (CEFC) invite les doctorants travaillant en sciences humaines et sociales sur la Chine Contemporaine à prendre connaissance de l’appel à proposition pour contrats doctoraux de 36 mois avec mobilité internationale lancé par l’Institut des Sciences Humaines et Sociales du CNRS.

Vacant Position: Professor of Modern Chinese Studies

Cologne, Germany
Deadline: 31st, Jul 2012


The Faculty of Arts and Humanities at the University of Cologne, Germany, invites applications for the position of University Professor of Modern China-Studies with a starting date of 1 October 2013. The full-time tenured position at the Institute of East Asian Studies is ranked in salary group W2 or W3 of the German university scale or equivalent. Candidates should concentrate on the modern development of China, with a specialization in the social sciences and a focus on Chinese politics, economy

Vacant Position: Wissenschaftliche/n Mitarbeiter/in at Freiburg University

Freiburg, Germany
Deadline: 6th July 2012


Das Institut für Sinologie der Universität Freiburg sucht eine/n Wissenschaftliche/n Mitarbeiter/in E 13 Vollzeitstelle, Eintrittstermin: 1.10.2012. Die Stelle ist auf drei Jahre befristet. Eine Verlängerung um bis zu drei Jahre ist möglich. Aufgabenbereiche: Unterstützung von Forschung und Lehre im Gebiet gegenwärtiges China sowie Mitwirkung bei organisatorischen und administrativen Aufgaben.

PhD fellowship at Cambridge University

Cambridge, UK
Deadline: 1st Dec 2012


The Department of East Asian Studies offers funding for one PhD fellowship to start in October 2013. The value of the scholarship will be £15,000 per year for a maximum of 3 years. This will cover university composition and college fees for a UK/EU student plus a significant part towards maintenance (for details, see External Link). Preference will be given to research proposals in the following fields: Early Chinese cultural history; religion and thought of Pre-Imperial and Early Imperial China;

Vacant Position: Associate Professor/Assistant Professor in the Hong Kong Institute for the Humanities and Social Sciences

University of Hong Kong
Deadline: 20th Aug 2012


Founded in 1911, The University of Hong Kong is committed to the highest international standards of excellence in teaching and research, and has been at the international forefront of academic scholarship for many years.  The University has a comprehensive range of study programmes and research disciplines spread across 10 faculties and about 100 sub-divisions of studies and learning.  There are over 23,400

Vacant Position: W3-Professur für Sinologie mit dem Schwerpunkt Kultur Chinas

Ostasiatisches Seminar zu Köln
Deadline: 31th May 2012


Am Ostasiatischen Seminar der Philosophischen Fakultät der Universität zu Köln ist zum nächstmöglichen Termin eine W3-Professur für Sinologie mit dem Schwerpunkt Kultur Chinas zu besetzen. Von dem/der Stelleninhaber/in wird eine Beteiligung an allen chinabezogenen Studiengängen erwartet. Einstellungsvoraussetzungen sind, neben den in § 36 HG NRW genannten,

Vacant Position: Postdoctoral Research Associate- Comparative History of European and Chinese Polities (ca. 800-1600)

King's College, London
Deadline: 7th Jun 2012


The Research Associate in the Comparative History of Chinese and European Polities (ca. 800-1600) will develop the comparative aspect of the project in collaboration with the Principal Investigator. She/he will engage in original research on the comparative history of political communication using cases from European and Chinese history;

Vacant Position: Postdoctoral Research Associate- East Asian Digital Humanities

King's College, London
Deadline: 10th Jun 2012


The Research Associate in East Asian Digital Humanities will conduct research and publish in an area relevant to the project (text mining-- e.g., the automated mark-up and extraction of named entities in classical Chinese, or visualization in the digital humanities); consult on appropriate mark-up procedures; develop delivery and querying tools in collaboration with the Department of Digital Humanities; manage the project website;

Vacant Position: Postdoctoral Research Associate- Communication in Imperial China (ca. 800-1600)

King's College, London
Deadline: 10th Jun 2012


The Research Associate in Chinese History will conduct original research on select diaries and notebooks published between the ninth through sixteenth centuries. She/he will examine the dynamics of elite networks through an examination of the textual history of a relatively large sample of notebooks and an analysis of their contents. She/he will also assist in the content development

Call for Papers: Journal of Chinese Studies


The Journal of Chinese Studies (ISSN: 2224-2716) is a quarterly published international peer-reviewed academic journal (in English) which is edited by the Overseas Education College of Xiamen University in China. It publishes articles and reviews on a full gamut of Chinese studies which include but are not limited to Chinese language education, Chinese linguistics, Chinese culture, Chinese literature, Chinese arts, Chinese history, Chinese society, Chinese politics and economy. It intends to promote 

Vacant Position: Wiss. Ausstellungsassistent/-in mit sehr guten Chinesischkenntnissen

Historisches Museum Bern, Switzerland
Earliest possible starting date: 1st Jun 2012
Exhibition Launch: 15th Mar 2013


Das Historische Museum Bern ist eines der bedeutendsten kulturhistorischen Museen der Schweiz. Seine Sammlungen zur Archäologie, Kulturgeschichte sowie Ethnografie umfassen rund 500'000 Objekte von der Steinzeit bis zur Gegenwart und aus Kulturen aller Erdteile.

Reminder: Chinese Instruments and Western Museums Workshop

CHIME Leiden, Netherlands
Extended Deadline: 20th Apr 2012


REMINDER: CALL FOR PAPERS

From 13 to 16 September 2012 The CHIME Foundation and Leiden University in The Netherlands will host a workshop on the topic of Chinese Instruments and Western Museums. Everyone with a passion for and research interest in Chinese instruments, and/or interest in how to present them in museum contexts, is encouraged to submit contributions. The meeting should be of interest

French-Taiwanese Cultural Foundation Award

Deadline: 30th Jun 2012


The French-Taiwanese Cultural Foundation was established in 1996 under the aegis of the French Academy for Social and Moral Sciences with the purpose of “awarding every year two prizes for artistic or literary works that shed light on relations between Taiwan and Europe and/or contribute to the enhancement of cultural exchange between Taiwan and Europe.”

Each prize rises to €25,000. Any natural person or legal entity from any European country or from Taiwan, who

PhD scholarships in the field of Foreign Language Teaching

Aarhus University, Denmark
Deadline: 1st Sep 2012


Aarhus University Faculty of Arts, is advertising 1-2 PhD scholarships in the field of Foreign Language Teaching and Acquisition with Chinese as one of the focus languages.

"In response to a joint report on a national language strategy issued by the Danish Ministry of Science, Technology and Innovation and the Danish Ministry of Education, ’Language is the key to the world’, the Faculty of Arts, Aarhus University is offering 1-2 scholarships in the field of

8 Doctoral Scholarships at Heidelberg University

Deadline: 15th May 2012


The Graduate Programme for Transcultural Studies of the Cluster of Excellence "Asia and Europe in a Global Context" at Heidelberg University welcomes applications for eight doctoral scholarships, subject to budgetary approval of the Cluster for the second funding period in the Excellence Initiative of the German central and state governments. A decision is expected by June 16, 2012. In case of success, the new funding period would start on November 1, 2012.

Call for Contributions: Oriens Extremus

Deadline: 30th Sep 2012


Oriens Extremus assembles articles dealing with Chinese, Japanese, Korean, and Southeast Asian cultural and intellectual history from the beginnings until the modern age. The next issue of Oriens Extremus will feature a special section devoted to The Chinese Revolution: Creating a New World. It focuses on an epochal process that spectacularly culminated a century ago in the Chinese revolution of 1911. However, the political events may be seen as merely the most prominent manifestation of an underlying current that changed

Vacant Position: Associate Professor of Religion in Modern China

Deadline: 11th Apr 2012

The University of Oslo invites applications for a position as Associate Professor of Religion in Modern China, with application deadline 11 April, 2012. Salary level NOK 455,900 - 509,100 per year.

For further information, please contact:
Head of Administration Ragnhild Rebne, telephone: +47 22 85 59 26
Head of Department/Professor Arne Bugge Amundsen, telephone: +47 22 85 76 29

“Ideology of Power and Power of Ideology in Early China” A Joint Research Workshop of the IAS & the ISF

Jerusalem, 1st – 6th May 2012
Deadline: 30th Mar 2012

The Israel Institute for Advanced Studies (IAS) is very glad to announce the forthcoming workshop “Ideology of Power and Power of Ideology in Early China”. The workshop, co-organized by Yuri Pines and Paul Goldin, is due on May 1-6, the Institute for Advanced Studies, the Hebrew University of Jerusalem. Applicants are most warmly welcome! For further details please visit our site: External Link
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Call for Papers: “Political Strategies of Identity Building in Non-Han Empires in China:”

Munich, 18th - 19th Jun 2012
Deadline: 8th Apr 2012

A Continuation of the Workshop “Ethnicity and Sinicization Reconsidered”
This workshop is especially aimed at post-graduate students of East Asian and Central Asian history, sociology, anthropology, political science, or ethnology (i.e. Sinology, Mongolian Studies, Korean Studies, Central Asian Studies etc.). Participants are asked to give a talk of no longer than 20 minutes.

The Wellington Conference on Contemporary China 2012

Wellington, New Zealand, 13th - 14th Aug 2012
Deadline: 30th May 2012

The Wellington Conference on Contemporary China is an annual event organized by the New Zealand Contemporary China Research Centre. Each year, this conference brings together leading China scholars to examine, debate and advance scholarship on issues of great significance in contemporary China studies.

TOChina Summer School 2012

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Torino, 25th Jun – 6th Jul 2012
Deadline: 21st May 2012

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The TOChina Summer School is delighted to announce that applications for the 2012 TOChina Summer School on the politics, foreign policy and political economy of contemporary China are accepted as of now.

True to its tradition, the School tackles the complexity of today’s global China through a 2-week, super-intensive program featuring leading China experts from around the world, a vibrant international class, and an informal environment designed to encourage in-depth discussions and first-rate networking.
Training runs Monday to Friday, from 9.30 am to 5 pm. Lectures address both China’s long-term, structural transformations, and the most topical trends informing current international debate. The TOChina faculty is selected to provide timely, cutting-edge insights, engage in extensive Q&A sessions, and devise case-studies and role-games for maximum impact. Working language is English.
Please see the attached flyer for info on the 2012 TOChina faculty.… Read more ⤻

Call for Papers: Theoretical Studies in Literature and Art (TSLA)

Theoretical Studies in Literature and Art (TSLA), which was initiated in 1980 and published bimonthly, is one of the most highly ranked academic journals in China that publish original research articles in arts and humanities, especially in literary theory. From 2012 year onwards, TSLA will publish original academic articles that are written in English. Articles that deal with any issues in literary theory, critical theory, aesthetics, philosophy of art, cultural studies will be welcome.

Third EACS Summer School in Chinese Studies – 2012 Edition: Chinese Folk Culture

Moscow, 18th - 24th Jun 2012
Deadline: 15th Mar 2012

The classes will be held from 18 June (Monday) to 23 June (Saturday). A Moscow city tour is scheduled for 24 June (Sunday). Institute of Oriental and Classical Studies, Russian State University for the Humanities, Moscow, Russia
Time & Place, Courses, Participants, Requirements, Application, Contacts

Call for Papers: “New European research on contemporary China” European Junior China Scholars Conference

Beijing, 6th - 7th Jul 2012
Deadline: 1st Mar 2012

This conference aims to bring together doctoral candidates, post-doctoral researchers and recent PhDs based in China, either European nationals or affiliated with European research institutions, in order to produce an overview of the emerging problematics in Chinese studies. The focus of the conference is on contemporary China, in a multi-disciplinary perspective.

Call for Papers: “Cosmopolitan China” An International Conference

Manchester, 17th - 18th May 2012
Extended Deadline: 13th Feb 2012

Convened by Centre for Chinese Studies (CCS) and Confucius Institute (CI) Pathways to Cosmopolitanism PhD Program (Manchester and NUS) Research Institute for Cosmopolitan Culture (RICC)
Manchester Architecture Research Centre (MARC).
Questions of ethnic diversity and multi-culturalism lie at the heart of debates on cosmopolitanism. To what extent can the case of China

Position in Premodern China Studies at Heidelberg University

Preliminary Deadline: 15th Feb 2012

The Department for Chinese Studies (Institut für Sinologie) at Heidelberg University seeks to employ as soon as possible a Research Scholar in Pre-modern Chinese History (Shang to Yuan political, social or cultural history) to fill the position of wissenschaftlicher Mitarbeiter (salary level TV-L 13, roughly equivalent to Lecturer in Britain or Assistant Professor in North America). The position is affiliated to the chair for Classical China Studies.The successful applicant will be teaching

Position in Early Chinese Manuscript Studies at Heidelberg University

Preliminary Deadline: 15th Feb 2012

The Department for Chinese Studies (Institut für Sinologie) at Heidelberg University, Germany, invites applications for a Research Scholar position (wissenschaftlicher Mitarbeiter, salary level TV-L13, roughly equivalent to Lecturer in Britain or Assistant Professor in North America) in the field of Early Chinese Manuscript Studies (brush-writings on wood, bamboo, or silk from the 5th c. BCE to the 4th c. CE). The successful applicant will assist in coordinating the activities

Call for papers: Conference on “Constructions of Race and Racism in East Asia: East-West Perspectives”

Munich, 12th - 14th Sep 2012
Deadline: 15th Aug 2012


We welcome papers for a conference on Constructions of Race and Racism in East Asia, which will be held at the University of the Armed Forces, Munich, Germany from September 12 to 14, 2012.
This conference follows an earlier book project entitled “Race and Racism in Modern East Asia: Western Constructions and Eastern

Vacant Position: Professor in King’s China Institute

Deadline: 10th Feb 2012

King’s College London wishes to make a further appointment at Professorial level to its China Institute, as part of the strategic expansion of the Institute and the College’s broader internationalisation strategy. Fields of particular interest for the appointment are China and global politics, political economy, comparative governance, entrepreneurship and management, the state, including its legal, organisational and political aspects, urbanisation, and economic and social changein China.

Vacant Position: Chair in Contemporary China

University of Nottingham - School of Contemporary Chinese Studies
Deadline: 15th Feb 2012

Salary is internationally competitive and negotiable, starting from £55,758 per annum.
Excellent applications will be considered from any suitably qualified candidates for the above post based in the School of Contemporary Chinese Studies at the University of Nottingham, but would be particularly welcomed from specialists in financial economics or a related subject area with a focus on Contemporary China.

8th Łódź East Asia Meeting: East Asia After Global Financial Crisis

Łódź, 4th - 5th Jun 2012
Deadline: 28th Feb 2012

Ever since its first edition in 2002, the Lodz East Asian Meeting gather scholars, researchers and students in all disciplines, specializing in East Asian studies. Being the first academic conference of its kind in Poland, gradually it became one of the most important venues for academic exchange in the field. After hosting eight conferences and publishing six volumes of studies, we hope to broaden its scope and turn it

Cambridge: University Lectureship in Chinese Studies (post-Han and pre-1800)

Department of East Asian Studies, Cambridge University
Deadline: 1st Feb 2012

"Applications are invited for a University Lectureship in Chinese Studies available from October 1st 2012 or other date to be arranged thereafter. Successful applicants must have a strong publication record and experience in teaching classical and literary Chinese, sinological research methods,dynastic history, and/or

Call for Papers: Asian Postmodernities and their Legacies

Zürich, 30th - 31st Mar 2012
Deadline: 15th Jan 2012

The University Research Priority Program Asia and Europe (University of Zurich) in collaboration with The Institute of East Asian Studies, Department of Sinology (University of Zurich), invite proposals for the Graduate Student Workshop.

Key themes: spaces & boundaries, environmental issues, body & gender, theories & methods
Download: Call for Papers (PDF)

Konfuzius-Institut an der Universität Heidelberg sucht Geschäftsführer|in

Deadline: 31st Dec 2011

Am Konfuzius-Institut an der Universität Heidelberg e.V. ist baldmöglichst die Stelle einer/ eines Geschäftsführerin/ Geschäftsführers zu besetzen. Die Vergütung erfolgt nach TV-L.
Die Aufgaben umfassen die Geschäftsführung im Konfuzius-Institut in Zusammenarbeit mit dem/der chinesischen Direktor/in des Instituts, die Organisation und Koordination von Veranstaltungen und Kursen auf allen Ebenen des Spracherwerbs

Seventh EACL Springschool in Chinese Linguistics

Humboldt-University, Berlin
26th - 30th Mar 2012
Deadline: 6th Jan 2012

The Board of the European Association of Chinese Linguistics is pleased to
announce the 2012 edition of the EACL Spring School in Chinese Linguistics. The aim of the EACL Spring Schools in Chinese Linguistics is to provide a opportunity for MA and PhD-students affiliated to European universities to be exposed to areas in Chinese

Call for Papers: Cultural Translation and East Asia: Film, Literature and Art

Bangor University UK, Sep 7th - 8th 2012
Deadline: 20th May 2012

The aim of this interdisciplinary conference is to focus on questions of ‘cultural translation’ in all its forms and constructs.
As global identity becomes increasingly defined by questions of communication across languages and
cultures the role of ‘translation’ becomes key in the forging of new subjectivities.

List of Museums

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Czech Republic

Prague

* Department of Asian Arts and Crafts, Naprstek Museum of Asian, African and American Cultures

 

Denmark

Copenhagen

* The National Museum of Denmark

 

France

Paris

* The Dragon's Voice (Special Exhibition of "archaelogical treasures and bell tone art of ancient China" at the Museum of Music, Paris, 21 November – 25 Febuary)
* Muse National des Arts Asiatiques-Guimet
* Muse Cernuschi

 

Germany

Berlin

* Museum für Ostasiatische Kunst

Köln

* Museum für Ostasiatische Kunst

 

Hungary

Budapest

* Ferenc Hopp Museum of Eastern Asiatic Arts
* György Ráth Museum

 

Ireland

Dublin

* Chester Beatty Library

 

Netherlands

Amsterdam

* Rijksmuseum

 

Norway

Bergen

* Vestlandske Kunstindustrimuseum

 

RUSSIAN FEDERATION

Moscow

The State Museum of Oriental Art

 

St. Petersburg

The State Hermitage Museum

Kunstkamera. Peter the Great Museum of Anthropology and Ethnography, Russian Academy of Sciences

The State Museum of the History of Religion 

 

Sweden

Stockholm

* Museum of Far Eastern Antiquities

 

Switzerland

Geneva

* Baur Collection

Zürich

* Museum Rietberg

 

United Kingdom

Durham

* The Oriental Museum, University of Durham

London

* Asian Art in London
* Brushes with Surprise: The Art of Calligraphy in Modern China (The British Museum, until 19 May 2002)
* Department of Oriental Antiquities, The British Museum
* Percival David Foundation, The British Museum – Room 95
* Victoria and Albert Museum

Oxford

* Eastern Art Department, Ashmolean Museum, University of Oxford
* The Khoan and Michael Sullivan Gallery of Chinese Painting

Glasgow

* The Burrell Collection… Read more ⤻

Museums

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Museums

The links gathered here are to websites of European museums with collections of Chinese art, and to announcements of special exhibitions. You can select a country below, or view the complete list. For a general overview (in French) of exhibitions in various European countries, click here.

Please select a country:

Czech Republic

Denmark

France

Germany

Hungary

Ireland

Netherlands

Norway

Russian Federation

Sweden

Switzerland

United Kingdom
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List of Libraries

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A star (*) denotes access to online catalogue.

Austria

General

EASL
Bibos Gateway, Austria* (unified access to many Austrian libraries, including the Austrian National Library and the Library of Vienna University)

Wien

Austrian National Library – Sinica Collection
Austrian National Library, Sinica Database*
"Brief report on the Sinica collection of the Austrian National Library"
Institut für Sinologie der Universitaet Wien (also access to their Western material catalogue*)

 

Belgium

General

EASL

Gent

University Library, Universiteit Gent

Leuven

"Chinese collections in Leuven, Belgium"
Libis Net* (OPAC)
Ferdinand Verbiest Foundation, CICM Chinese Memorial Library

 

Czech Republic

Prague

"Lu Xun Library, Prague"
Oriental Institute, Academy of Sciences of the Czech Republic*

 

Denmark

General

EASL

Copenhagen

The Royal Library* (also access to online catalogue)
The Royal Library, Orientalsk Samling
"The Royal Library, Copenhagen"
"In the world of Chinese characters-Readers of Chinese in the Royal Library of Denmark"
Department of Asian Studies, University of Copenhagen
Nordic Institute of Asian Studies*

 

France

General

EASL
Catalogue Collectif des ouvrages – base Etudes chinoise*
"Plans for a tour of sinological libraries in France"

Lyon

Institut d'Asie Orientale*
The Municipal Library of Lyon, Chinese Collection

Paris

Bibliothèque nationale de France*
Catalogue MUSCAT – Museum National d'Histoire Naturelle*
Collège de France -Bibliothèque d'Extrême-Orient*
Institut National des Langues et Civilisations Orientales, Bibliothèque interuniversitaire des Langues orientales

 

Germany

General

EASL
German Libraries Online*

Berlin

Staatsbibliothek zu Berlin, Ostasienabteilung*
Humboldt-Universität/Universitätsbibliothek, Zweigbibliothek Asien- und Afrikawissenschaften*

Bochum

Fakultät für Ostasienwissenschaften, Ruhr-Universität Bochum

Bonn

Seminar für Orientalische Sprachen (SOS), Rheinische Friedrichs-Wilhelm Univ.… Read more ⤻

Libraries

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Libraries and Databases

These pages currently contain 106 links to libraries in 14 different countries. You can follow one of the general links, select a country below, or view the complete list. A star (*) denotes access to online catalogue.

 

General Links

Chiang Ching-kuo Foundation Library Travel Grants (Administered by EACS)

Library of Congress Grant Programs (as of July 2001)

The China WWW Virtual Library Internet Guide for China Studies, Libraries and Library Resources for Chinese Studies *

European Association of Sinological Librarians (EASL)
[ Note: subsets of this link are entered under individual countries below. ]

Sinological Serials in European Libraries (SSELP) *

The European Library

 
 

Countries

Austria

Belgium

Czech Republic

Denmark

France

Germany

Italy

Netherlands

Norway

Russian Federation

Spain

Sweden

Switzerland

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List of Institutions

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Austria

Wien

Institut für Sinologie der Universität Wien

 

BALTIC STATES

Riga

AsiaRes – Baltic Research Center for East Asian Studies
 
 

Belgium

Antwerpen

College for Traditional Chinese Medicine
Taoist Studies Centre TASC

Gent

Universiteit Gent, Sinology
Centre for Buddhist Studies

Leuven

Sinological Section, Catholic University
Ferdinand Verbiest Foundation

Liège

Centre for Ethnic and Migration Studies

 

Bulgaria

Sofia

East-Asian Studies, University of Sofia St. Kliment Ohridski

 

Czech Republic

Olomouc

Department of Asian Studies, Palacky University

Prague

Oriental Institute, Academy of Sciences of the Czech Republic
Institute of East Asian Studies, Charles University
International Sinological Center CCK-ISC

 

Denmark

Aarhus

Department of East Asian Studies, University of Aarhus

Copenhagen

Asian Dynamics Initiative, University of Copenhagen
Nordic Institute of Asian Studies

 

Finland

General

Finnish National Network of Universities and Polytechnics for East and Southeast Asia

Helsinki

Department of East Asian Studies, Institute for Asian and African Studies, University of Helsinki

Turku

Centre for East Asian Studies, University of Turku

 

France

General

Centre d’Etudes Français sur la Chine Contemporaine (based in Hong Kong)
Sources d’Asie

Aix-en-Provence

Etudes Romanes, Latino-Américaines, Orientales et Slaves, Université de Provence
Institut de Recherches, Europe-Asie

Fontainebleau

INSEAD Euro-Asia Center

Le Havre

Institut des Langues et Civilisations Orientales (ILCO)

Lyon

Département de Chinois, Université Jean Moulin-Lyon 3
Institut d’Asie Orientale

Paris

Centre d’Etudes sur la Chine Moderne et Contemporaine
Center for International Studies and Research
Centre de Recherches Linguistiques sur l’Asie Orientale
Centre de recherche sur l’Extrême-Orient de Paris-Sorbonne (CREOPS)
Institut français des relations internationales (IFRI)
Institut Ricci de Paris
Institut National des Langues et Civilisations Orientales (INALCO)
Langues et Civilisations de l’Asie Orientale, Université de Paris VII
Section de Chinois, Ecole Nationale des Ponts et Chaussées

Quimper

International School of Asian and European Management (ISUGA)

Toulouse

Département Langues étrangères, Université de Toulouse II – Le Mirail

 

Germany

General

Deutsche Vereinigung für Chinastudien

Fachverband Chinesisch

Deutsche China-Gesellschaft

Berlin

Ostasiatisches Seminar (OAS), Freie Universität Berlin

Research Unit for Chinese and East Asian Politics, Otto Suhr Institute of Political Science, Free University Berlin

Technische Universität Berlin, Study Group for the History and Philosophy of Chinese Science and Technology

Max Planck Institute for the History of Science (China-related projects)

Bochum

Department of Chinese Languages and Literatures, Faculty of East Asian Studies, Ruhr University Bochum

Department of Chinese History and Philosophy, Faculty of East Asian Studies, Ruhr University Bochum

Research Unit on Taiwanese Culture and Literature

The Richard Wilhelm Translation Centre

Landesspracheninstitut in der Ruhr-Universität Bochum

Bonn

Abteilung für Sinologie am Institut für Orient- und Asienwissenschaften der Rheinischen Friedrichs-Wilhelms-Universität, Bonner Sinologisches Kolloquium (Lecture Series)

Duisburg

Institute of East-Asian Studies, Duisburg-Essen Universität

Erlangen

Lehrstuhl für Sinologie Sinologie, Friedrich-Alexander-Universität Erlangen

Freiburg

Orientalisches Seminar, Abteilung Sinologie, Albert-Ludwigs-Universität Freiburg

Göttingen

Centre for Modern East Asian Studies CeMEAS (focuses on interdisciplinary research about East Asia)

Transregional Research Network CETREN (links India and East Asia)

University of Göttingen – Department for East Asian Studies

Hamburg

German Institute of Global and Area Studies (GIGA), Institut für Asien-Studien

Asien-Afrika Institut, Universität Hamburg, Abteilung für Sprache und Kultur Chinas

Heidelberg

Institut für Sinologie, Universität Heidelberg (Institute of Chinese Studies)

Cluster of Excellence Asia and Europe in Global Context

Kiel

China-Zentrum der Universität Kiel

Köln

China-Studien, Ostasiatisches Seminar der Universität Köln

Leipzig

Ostasiatisches Institut, Universität Leipzig

Mainz

Johannes Gutenberg-Universität Mainz

München

Institut für Sinologie, Ludwig-Maximilians-Universität München

China-Projekt des Lehrstuhls für Konservierung und Restaurierung der Technischen Universität München

Münster

Institut für Sinologie und Ostasienkunde, Westfälische Wilhelms Universität Münster

 

Trier

Das sinologische Institut, Universität Trier

Tübingen

Sektion Sinologie, Abteilung für Sinologie und Koreanistik der Universität Tübingen

Würzburg

Sinologie, Institut fürKulturwissenschaften Ost- und Südasiens, Julius-Maximilians-Universität Würzburg

 

Hungary

Budapest

Institut of East Asian Studies, the Eotvos Lorand University

 

Ireland

Cork

Department of Asian Studies of University College Cork

Limerick

Euro-Asia Centre, University of Limerick

 

Italy

General

Istituto Italiano per l’Africa e l’Oriente (IsIAO)

Bologna

Centro Amilcar Cabral
Department of Linguistic and Oriental Studies, Università degli studi di Bologna

Milano

Dipartimento di lingue e culture contemporanee, Università degli Studi di Milano
Lingua cinese, Università Commerciale Luigi Bocconi

Napoli

Istituto Universitario Orientale

Pavia

Centro Studi Popoli Extraeuropei “Cesare Bonacossa”, Università di Pavia

Roma

Dipartimento di studi orientali, Università degli Studi di Roma La Sapienza

Torino

Centro di Alti Studi sulla Cina Contemporanea (CASCC)
Cesmeo – Istituto Internazionale di Studi Asiatici Avanzati
Dipartimento di Orientalistica, Università degli Studi di Torino

Venezia

Dipartimento di Studi sull’Asia Orientale, Università Ca’ Foscari
Istituto Venezia e l’Oriente, Fondazione Giorgio Cini

 

Netherlands

Leiden

Institute for Area Studies, Universiteit Leiden
Sinologisch Instituut, Leiden University

Maastricht

Oriëntaalse Talen en Communicatie, Hogeschool Zuyd

 

Norway

Oslo

Institutt for østeuropeiske og orientalske studier, Kinesisk

 

Portugal

Aveiro

Centre for Asian Studies

Braga

Centre of Oriental Studies, University of Minho

Lisboa

Centre of African and Development Studies, Technical University of Lisbon

 

Romania

Bucuresti

Faculty of Foreign Languages and Literatures, Universitatea din Bucuresti

 

Russian Federation

Blagoveschensk

Department of Chinese Studies, Amur State University

Department of Chinese Studies, Blagoveschensk State Normal University

Kazan

Institute of Oriental Studies, Kazan Federal University

Moscow

Institute for Oriental and Classical Studies,  Russian State University for the Humanities

Institute of Asian and African Studies, Moscow State University   

Institute of Far Eastern Studies, Russian Academy of Sciences  

Institute of Oriental Studies, Russian Academy of Sciences 

MGIMO University   

School of Asian Studies, Higher School of Economics    

 

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Institutions

NEWS | DIRECTORY | DEBATE | ARCHIVE      

Institutions

These pages currently contain 126 links to institutions in 25 different countries. You can follow one of the general links, select a country below, or view the complete list.

(All links were checked and updated on July 2009. If you come across any broken links, or if you would like to add a link, please contact the webmaster.)

 

General Links

 

European Center for Digital Resources in Chinese Studies

European Association of Sinological Librarians (EASL)

European Foundation for Chinese Music Research (CHIME)

European Institute for Asian Studies (EIAS)

EU-China Academic Network (ECAN)

Journal of Current Chinese Affairs

International Institute for Asian Studies (IIAS)

Internet Guide for China Studies (The China WWW Virtual Library)

Institutes and Professors of Sinology at German, Austrian and Swiss Universities (1945-2004)

Women and Gender in Chinese Studies Network
 

 

Countries

 

Austria

Baltic States

Belgium

Bulgaria

Czech Republic

Denmark

France

Finland
   
Germany

Hungary

Ireland

Italy

Netherlands

Norway

Portugal

Romania

Russian Federation

Slovakia

Slovenia

Spain

Sweden

Switzerland

Taiwan

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Newsletter No. 18 (Aug 1998)

Newsletter #18

NEWSLETTER #18

AUGUST 1998

COPY DEADLINE for the next issue is 15 October

CONTENTS

British Association of Chinese Studies – An Introduction

Announcement: EACS Board Meeting in Edinburgh

Workshops, Seminars, Conferences

Exhibitions

Obituary

EACS Conference Preliminary Program

Reports from Workshops, Conferences, etc.

Members’ Publications

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EACS 1998 EDINBURGH CONFERENCE

Enquiries and Registration, CONTACT:

Conference Secretary

Scottish Centre of Chinese Studies, University of Edinburgh,

8 Buccleuch Place, Edinburgh EH8 9LW, Scotland, UK.

Fax: + 44 – 131 – 65 112 58. Tel.: +44 – 131 – 65 04 227.

E-mail: “EACS Conference” <EASEACS@srv0.arts.ed.ac.uk>

Conference Web Site: http://www.ed.ac.uk/~etev09/eacs.html

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BRITISH ASSOCIATION OF CHINESE STUDIES – AN INTRODUCTION

By Frank Dikötter, President of the BACS

The British Association of Chinese Studies is a non-political organisation which has a membership of well over 200 individuals whose interests relate to greater China, drawn mainly from the academic community but also from industry, the media and government. It plays an important role in liaising and consulting with other Area Studies organisations, with funding bodies, with China-related representative offices and with government departments.… Read more ⤻

Newsletter No. 27 (Dec 2001)

EACS NEWSLETTER 27

EACS NEWSLETTER

No. 27, December 2001


Some thoughts in the wake of ICAS 2
The CCK Centre at Charles University in Prague
Chinese language holdings of St. Petersburg branch of Oriental Studies, RAS
Russian-Chinese historical relations
Announcing women and gender network
International quality network
Conference and workshop announcements
Conference reports
Grants
New appointments
Faculty positions
Obituary
New publications


SOME THOUGHTS IN THE WAKE OF ICAS 2

The Free University campus in south-west Berlin was an attractive summer setting for this event. As usual on such occasions we met old friends and made new. There was a good enough attendance from both sides of the Atlantic to make for a bonding experience. Although the promised Korean musician failed to appear at the opening ceremony we could still enjoy an elegant and wide-ranging keynote address from Professor Wang Gungwu. Even at this short time-range, however, history has already been unkind to him. His speech structured Asian studies in the modern world into three great periods – an Orientalist phase, a Cold War phase characterized by a struggle of ideologies, and the subsequent phase in which we find ourselves now – an era of pluralism and complexity.… Read more ⤻

Newsletter No. 26 (July 2001)

EACS NEWSLETTER 26

EACS NEWSLETTER

No. 26, July 2001


Letters from Editor and President
European Centre for Digital Resources in Chinese Studies
New Study Programmes for China at the University of Newcastle
Conference Announcements
Call for Papers for Journals
Faculty Position
Grants
New Publications


WHAT TO EXPECT FROM A NEWSLETTER?

In issue no. 25 of the EACS Newsletter members of our association were invited to take issue with the author of the featured article “Is Sinology a Science?” Alas, reactions in the EACS on-line discussion forum have been very limited. Instead, the author of the article apparently receives comments addressed to him personally. A culture of open debate in the ECAS forum has yet to develop, it seems.

This present issue of the Newsletter also lacks the usual amount of news and information. The Newsletter depends entirely on EACS members’ own initiative in contributing information or academic points of view. It would be lamentable if the Newsletter offered little but refrences to titles of new publications also available elsewhere.… Read more ⤻

Newsletter No. 25 (Mar 2001)

EACS NEWSLETTER 25

EACS NEWSLETTER

No. 25, March 2001


Letter from the Editor and Webmaster
Call For Papers Presented at the XIIIth EACS Conference in Turin
Introducing the Host Institutions of the XIVth EACS Conference, 2002
Is Sinology a Science?
The European Centre for Chinese Studies at Peking University
New MA-Programme in Chinese Studies, Business and International Relations
Conference and Workshop Announcements
Workshop and Conference Reports
Exhibitions
Grants
New Publications


A NEWSLETTER WITH MORE DEBATE?

This issue of the Newsletter features apart from the regular columns with academic information also an abridgment of an article written by an EACS member. In his summary, Hans Kuijper (re-) raises the controversial question whether or not Sinology should be regarded as a scientific discipline. By bringing out this piece in the Newsletter and hopefully later the entire article on the EACS Website, it is the intention of this Editor and the Board of EACS to open the floor to more academic debate within the association.… Read more ⤻

Newsletter No. 24 (Nov 2000)

EACS NEWSLETTER 24

EACS NEWSLETTER

No. 24, November 2000


Reports from the EACS General Assembly
Attending the Torino Conference
The EACS Website
Conference and Workshop Announcements
Workshop and Conference Reports
News Around Europe
New Publications
Obituaries


COLOPHON

The EACS Newsletter is published three times a year: in spring, summer and autumn. All contributions should be sent to the Editor by E-mail or on a diskette. Please remember to check your copy carefully before sending it. Workshop and conference reports should not exceed 600 words. Calls for papers should not exceed 100 words. Remember to include all relevant information when contributing new book titles (author, title, publication place, publisher, year, pp., price in EURO and ISBN). Names and titles in non-Latin script such as Cyrillic are welcome provided that the author’s name is in transcription and a short content summary is included.

Every effort is made to include all relevant news, but the Editor reserves the right to edit all contributions for publication.… Read more ⤻

Newsletter No. 23 (Jul 2000)

EACS NEWSLETTER 23

EACS NEWSLETTER

No. 23, July 2000


Note from the Editor
Convening of General Assembly Meetings
EACS Nominations for Election to the Board
Proposed Revisions to the EACS Constitution
XIIIth EACS Conference in Torino
Grants
News and Announcements
New Research Projects
New Publications


NOTE FROM THE EDITOR

This Newsletter is the last to be published before the XIII EACS conference in Torino. Many issues regarding the Association are planned to be discussed at no less than two General Assemblies! One topic for debate is the amending of the current constitution of the EACS. The new proposals to be presented by the Board and discussed by members at the General Assembly (see the announcement below) are included in this issue. For purposes of comparison the present constitution is placed beside the new proposals in a table. By doing so, I hope to have given you adequate time to reflect on the novel directions and intentions of the Board.… Read more ⤻

Newsletter No. 22 (Apr 2000)

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EACS Newsletter

No. 22, April, 2000

 

 

EACS Addresses

EACS Newsletter

Note from the President

Note from the Editor

Grants

Events

News from around Europe

New Publications

Membership Fee

EACS Application Form

 

 

 

EACS ADDRESSES

 

Change of address information and all membership payments should be sent to the Treasurer. Other EACS business should be sent either to the President or the Secretary-General.

 

President

Glen Dudbridge, Institute for Chinese Studies, Oxford University, Walton Street, Oxford OX1 2HG, U.K. Tel. +44 1865-280389 (office); +44 1865-280387 (secretary); +44 1865-862816 (home).

E-mail: glen_dudbridge@yahoo.com

 

Secretary-General

Christian Henriot, Institut d’Asie Orientale – MRASH – 14, avenue Berthelot, F-69363 Lyon cedex 07, France. Tel. +33 4 72 65 40; fa
x +33 4 72 72 64 90.

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Newsletter No. 21 (Jan 2000)

EACS NEWSLETTER 21 Glen Dudbridge Normal Hockx 3 9 2000-01-15T11:47:00Z 2000-01-21T08:56:00Z 2000-01-21T09:04:00Z 27 14997 85485 Dell Computer Corporation 712 170 104981 9.2720 0 0

European Association of Chinese Studies

Association européenne d’études chinoises

 

EACS Newsletter

 

No. 21

 

January 2000

 

 

 

Contents

 

Editor’s note

In Memoriam: Professor Helmut Martin

Workshops, Seminars, Conferences, Events

Publications

Membership Application Form

An Important Note from the Treasurer

A Message from Professor Vladimir Portyakov

The EACS Website Moves

Where to Send Your EACS correspondence

The Newsletter

EACS Addresses

 

 

 

THE XIIIth EACS CONFERENCE WILL BE HELD IN TURIN, 30 AUGUST TO 2 SEPTEMBER THIS YEAR. PLEASE NOTICE THAT THE DEADLINE FOR RECEIPT OF PAPER PROPOSALS IS 1 FEBRUARY AND THAT 20 MARCH IS THE REGISTRATION DEADLINE.

 

 

 

EACS Homepage: http://www.soas.ac.uk/eacs

The EACS Homepage welcomes news that need to be published before the next Newsletter comes out. Particularly welcome is information about vacancies, grants, scholarships, conferences and workshops in Chinese studies.

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Newsletter No. 20 (May 1999)

EACS NEWSLETTER 20

European Association of Chinese Studies
Association européenne d’études chinoises

EACS Newsletter
No. 20
May 1999

COPY DEADLINE for the next issue is 15 June, 1999

CONTENTS

Editor’s note
In memoriam: Professor Yves Hervouet
Workshops, Seminars, Conferences
Reports from Workshops, Conferences, Events
Publications
EACS – CCK Foundation Library Travel Grants
Contributions to China Handbook
Membership Application Form
A Notice from the Treasurer
Where to send your EACS correspondence
EACS Addresses
 
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EACS H
OMEPAGE
http://sino.uni-heidelberg.de/eacs/

The EACS Homepage welcomes news that needs to be published before the next Newsletter comes out. Particularly welcome is information about vacancies, grants, scholarships, conferences and workshops in Chinese studies. Please send your information to the President.

Editor’s note
This is the first issue of the EACS Newsletter that I edit in several years. I did cooperate with my teacher Professor Göran Malmqvist in the editing of the first newsletter published in 1987, and I was also involved in the editing of some of the issues that followed.… Read more ⤻

Newsletter No. 19 (Dec 1998)

EACS Newsletter #19

NEWSLETTER #19

DECEMBER 1998

COPY DEADLINE for next issue is February 15, 1999

CONTENTS:

A Message from the President
Introduction of new EACS officer
The Board of the EACS 1998-2000
Adresses of the new Board of the EACS
Interdisciplinarity at the EACS meeting in Edinburgh
Edinburgh General Assembly: The President’s Report
The EACS and the EASL – exchange of correspondence
Conferences and Workshops
China Biographical Archive
Journals and Periodicals
Members’ Publications
Membership Application Form
EACS Addresses

PLEASE NOTE: The new editor of the EACS Newsletter is Professor Torbjörn Lodén. Starting with the next issue, all correspondence should be directed to him at the following address:

Torbjörn Lodén, Department of Oriental Languages, Stockholm University, S-10691, Sweden.

Fax: 46 8155464 – email: torbjorn.loden@orient.su.se – Harald Böckman

 

 

A message from the President

 

To all members of EACS I wish a happy and successful year in 1999!

For most Europeans the year will bring, with the launch of their new currency, both new adjustments and, we hope, wider opportunities.… Read more ⤻

Newsletter

Newsletter #18

NEWSLETTER #18

AUGUST 1998

COPY DEADLINE for the next issue is 15 October

CONTENTS

British Association of Chinese Studies – An Introduction

Announcement: EACS Board Meeting in Edinburgh

Workshops, Seminars, Conferences

Exhibitions

Obituary

EACS Conference Preliminary Program

Reports from Workshops, Conferences, etc.

Members’ Publications

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EACS 1998 EDINBURGH CONFERENCE

Enquiries and Registration, CONTACT:

Conference Secretary

Scottish Centre of Chinese Studies, University of Edinburgh,

8 Buccleuch Place, Edinburgh EH8 9LW, Scotland, UK.

Fax: + 44 – 131 – 65 112 58. Tel.: +44 – 131 – 65 04 227.

E-mail: “EACS Conference” <EASEACS@srv0.arts.ed.ac.uk>

Conference Web Site: http://www.ed.ac.uk/~etev09/eacs.html

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BRITISH ASSOCIATION OF CHINESE STUDIES – AN INTRODUCTION

By Frank Dikötter, President of the BACS

The British Association of Chinese Studies is a non-political organisation which has a membership of well over 200 individuals whose interests relate to greater China, drawn mainly from the academic community but also from industry, the media and government. It plays an important role in liaising and consulting with other Area Studies organisations, with funding bodies, with China-related representative offices and with government departments.… Read more ⤻

Newsletter No. 17 (May 1998)

Newsletter #17

Newsletter #17

MAY 1998

COPY DEADLINE for the next issue is 15 July

CONTENTS

EACS Conference in Edinburgh, September 1998

Europe in China III Research Group

Membership News

Workshops, Seminars, Conferences

Members’ Publications

Other News

New Members

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EACS 1998 EDINBURGH CONFERENCE

Enquiries and Registration, CONTACT:

Denise Gimpel, Conference Secretary

Scottish Centre of Chinese Studies, University of Edinburgh,

8 Buccleuch Place, Edinburgh EH8 9LW, Scotland, UK.

Fax: +44-131-651 12 58. Tel.: +44-131-650 42 27

Email: “EACS Conference” <EASEACS@srv0.arts.ed.ac.uk>

Conference Web Site: http://www.ed.ac.uk/~etev09

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12th EACS CONFERENCE in Edinburgh, 10-13 September 1998

Reminder:

EACS Conference “Festivals: the Chinese at Work and Play”

Registration

Please note that registration will take place at Pollock Halls on Wednesday 9 September 1998 from 14.00 to 18.00, one day before the conference proper begins.

Fast track registration will be available for participants who have already paid the conference fee and, where applicable, an accommodation deposit in advance through the conference secretariat and who are up-to-date on membership fees.… Read more ⤻

Newsletter No. 16 (Feb 1998)

EACS Newsletter #16

 

Newsletter #16

FEBRUARY 1998

COPY DEADLINE for the next issue is April 1, 1998

 

CONTENTS

Happy New Year of the Tiger!

1998 EACS Membership Renewal

EACS Edinburgh Conference Topic Convenors

EACS Projects: SSELP News

Reports from Workshops, Conferences etc.

Membership News

Workshops, Seminars, Conferences

Members’ Publications

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EACS 1998 EDINBURGH CONFERENCE

Enquiries and Registration:

easeacs@srv0.arts.ed.ac.uk http://www.ed.ac.uk/~etev09/

Bonnie S. McDougall, Scottish Centre for Chinese Studies, The University of Edinburgh,

8 Buccleuch Place, Edinburgh EH8 9LW, UK. Fax +44-131-651-1258. Tel. +44-131-650-4227.

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Dear EACS members,

Welcome to a new year of tigerish activity. I am sure you have all been reminded of the high demands and the great prospects for the coming year (oh, well, even tigers also have their relaxing or low moments, I am sure).

For the EACS, it will certainly be an active year, and I do hope that you will make use of your EACS membership for this purpose.… Read more ⤻

Newsletter No. 14 (Sep 1997)

Newsletter #14

Newsletter #14

September 1997

 

CONTENTS

IMPORTANT: Check your Newsletter envelope!

EACS Board Meeting September 1997

12th EACS Conference September 1998

EACS Project: SSELP

EU-China Higher Education Cooperation Programme

Institutional Homepages and Other Net News

Library Resources

Reports from Workshops, Conferences

Membership News

Jobs and Positions

Grants and Fellowships

Workshops and Conferences

Members’ Publications

Board Members’ New Addresses etc.

New Members

Membership Application Form & EACS Addresses

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EACS HOMEPAGE:

http://sun.sino.uni-heidelberg.de/eacs/

EACS Homepage welcomes news that need to be published before the next Newsletter comes out. Particularly vacancies in the field of Chinese studies and information on grants and scholarships are welcome. Mail the material to the President, address: see last page.

IMPORTANT NOTICE: Check your Newsletter envelope!

Reminder! Membership fees!

Those members who still have not paid their fee for 1997 or even 1996 are reminded by one (1997) or two asterisks (1996 and 1997) on the address label of this Newsletter envelope.… Read more ⤻

Newsletter No. 13 (May 1997)

Newsletter #13

Newsletter #13

MAY 1997

COPY DEADLINE for the next issue is 20 August

CONTENTS

Announcement: EACS 1997 Board Meeting

Clarification: Barcelona Ballot

Edinburgh Conference 1998

Introduction of New EACS Officers

Chiang Ching-kuo Foundation Grant Recipients

EU China Academic Network

East Asia Terminology Research Center EAsTerm

Reports from Workshops

Grants and Fellowships

Jobs and Positions

Workshops and Conferences

Members’ Publications

Membership Application Form

EACS Addresses

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EACS HOMEPAGE:

http://sun.sino.uni-heidelberg.de/eacs/

ANNOUNCEMENT EACS 1997 BOARD MEETING

The Board of the EACS will have its meeting for 1997 in Edinburgh on 12-13 September. Any member who would like to bring any matter that she/he deems useful or vital to the attention of the Board is hereby invited to do so by writing to the Secretary-General (see address on last page).

Oslo, 26 May, 1997

Harald Bøckman

Secretary-General

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CLARIFICATION: BARCELONA BALLOT.

After the election of the candidates of the EACS Board on 6 September, 1996, some members have expressed doubt about the correctness of the announced result.… Read more ⤻

Newsletter No. 12 (Feb 1997)

Newsletter #12

Newsletter #12

CONTENTS

1997 Membership Renewal

Introduction of New EACS Officers
Introduction of Institutional Homepages
25 Dynastic Histories Database
Sinological Serials in European Libraries Database (SSELP)
EU China Higher Education Cooperation Programme
The International Dunhuang Project
Library Resources
Reports from Workshops, Conferences etc.
Membership News
Grants and Fellowships
Jobs and Positions
Workshops, Seminars, Conferences
Exhibitions
Members’ Publications
Other News

1997 Membership Renewal / Invoice

Now is the right time to get a good start in the new sinological year of the ox! We cannot promise that you will fa cai, but we will be more than happy to extend a gongxi to you upon your renewal of your EACS membership. Also, we cannot guarantee that the year will be auspicious, but at least, it looks like a year that will be more unusual than most other years in the annals of China.
The membership renewal procedure is the same as before:
The fee, DM 30 – or DM 35 if you use Eurocheque – may be paid to the EACS in the following manners:
* Those who use bank transfer should transfer the payment to the EACS treasurer’s bank account: Dr.… Read more ⤻

Newsletter No. 11 (Nov 1996)

 

 

Newsletter #11

November 1996

COPY DEADLINE for the next issue is the 15 January 1997

Contents

EACS Board Members 1996-1998

Secretary-General’s Speech to the XXI EACS Conference

Secretary-General’s Report on the EACS Eleventh General Assembly

Introduction of New EACS Officers

Preliminary Announcement: EACS Conference 1998

Report on EACS Intensive Course on Archival Holdings

Members’ Publications

Seminars and Conferences

Other News

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Latest EACS Bibliographic Survey
Czech, Hungarian, Slovakian, Slovenian Sinology
EACS Survey no. 5, 1996

One free copy has been sent to all EACS subscribing members.
Those interested in buying extra copies of Surveys no 4 (Russian Sinology) or no 5,
please contact Secretary-General Harald Boeckman, address: see last page.
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The New Officers of the EACS
elected at the Board Meeting September 6, 1996, in Barcelona

President: Rudolf Wagner, Heidelberg.
Vice-chairmen: Piero Corradini, Rome; Vladimir Y. Portiakov, Moscow.
Secretary-general: Harald Bøckman, Oslo.
Vice-secretary-general: Marja Kaikkonen, Stockholm.
Treasurer: Brunhild Staiger, Hamburg.
Bureau members: Christian Henriot, Lyon; Bonnie S.… Read more ⤻

Newsletter No. 10 (Jul 1996)

 

European Association for Chinese StudiesAssociation Européene d’Etudes Chinoises

 

 EACS NewsletterJuly 1996 #10    Copy deadline for the next issue is the 15 September 1996CHANGE OF EDITOR AND   ADDRESS FOR THIS NEWSLETTER. After starting up this newsletter and editing it   for two and a half years I am handing over the task to Marja Kaikkonen at the   Institute of Oriental Languages at Stockholm University. I hope that in its   modest way the Newsletter has helped European sinologists to keep in touch with   each other and with other China-related activities in Europe. And I hope that   everyone will continue to support and encourage the new editor/compiler. I want   to thank everyone who has made the compilation of this newsletter possible.   Without the cooperation of the Association's members it would not have been   possible to gather together so much information. Other administrative addresses   remain the same, so continue to send your membership cheques and change of address   to Brunhild Staiger in Hamburg.
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Newsletter No. 09 (Mar 1996)

 

EACS Newsletter #9, March 1996

European Association for Chinese Studies
Association Européene d’Etudes Chinoises


EACS Newsletter #9, March 1996

Copy deadline for the next issue is the 15 May 1996

Where to send your correspondence and about contributions to this quarterly Newsletter:
Change of address information and ALL subscription payments should be sent to Brunhild Staiger in Hamburg. New members in addition should send application forms to Rudolf Wagner in Heidelberg. Other business of the EACS should be sent either to Professor Wagner in Heidelberg or Professor Bastid-Bruguière in Paris. Contributions for the Newsletter should be sent to Laura Rivkin in London. ALL RELEVANT ADDRESSES ARE ON THE BACK PAGE OF THIS NEWSLETTER AND/OR ON THE MEMBERSHIP APPLICATION FORM.


1996 SUBSCRIPTIONS ARE NOW DUE !

Those members who have not yet paid their membership fees for 1996 should do so as soon as possible. The fee for one year is DM 30.00. The fee is DM 35.00 if you pay by Eurocheque.… Read more ⤻

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Expired: Durham University UK – School of Modern Languages and Cultures Reader (Associate Professor) in Chinese

The School of Modern Languages and Cultures seeks to appoint a Reader in Chinese.

The appointee will make an outstanding contribution to both research and teaching in the School of Modern Languages and Cultures, and to the School’s new undergraduate programme in Chinese Studies, which is being launched in October 2011 in close collaboration with the Department of History and School of Government and International Affairs.

The current post arises from the need for enhanced leadership of the School’s research in Chinese Studies and of the core linguistic and research-led cultural component of the Chinese Studies programme, which is to be managed by the School with significant input from colleagues in History.

Details see: External Link

 

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Two new positions in Asian Studies at the University of Edinburgh

Deadline: May 13th 2011

HANDA CHAIR of Japanese-Chinese Relations

The University wishes to appoint a scholar of the highest international distinction with a proven record in academic leadership, research and teaching and a research specialism in Japanese-Chinese relations in any area of modern society, politics, or culture.  Applicants should have an outstanding record of publication, experience of providing research leadership and a record of winning funding for research and/or knowledge exchange activities. This Chair position is funded by and named after Dr Haruhisa Handa, Chairman of Worldwide Support for Development. The appointment will be permanent and full-time at professorial level.

Deadline for application is May 13th 2011. For further information please refer to:

http://www.jobs.ed.ac.uk/vacancies/index.cfm?fuseaction=vacancies.detail&vacancy_ref=3014245

 

Deadline: May 3rd 2011

Lecturer in Modern Chinese Politics and Society

Applications are invited from scholars in the field of Modern Chinese Politics and Society. The successful candidate will be appointed to the research-active staff and contribute to the teaching of Chinese Studies at undergraduate and postgraduate levels.… Read more ⤻

The School of Arts and Languages at Högskolan Dalarna (Sweden) seeks a Senior Lecturer in Chinese 100 %

Deadline: 20th May 2011

Ref nr 2011/214

Description of the position

Due to the increasing interest in Chinese language, culture and society among European students, the Chinese subject at Högskolan Dalarna is rapidly expanding. We are now seeking a Senior Lecturer in Chinese for a one-year full time post. The post is temporary, from 1 July 2011 to 30 June 2012, with the possibility of extension beyond that date. The post is based in Falun, Sweden.

The Institute for Chinese Studies at the University of Heidelberg (Germany) seeks to fill the position of a Professor of Chinese Studies

Deadline: 21st Apr 2011

The Institute for Chinese Studies at the University of Heidelberg (Germany) seeks to fill the position of a

Professor of Chinese Studies

with a pre-Song focus. Applicants should demonstrate a broad grasp of classical Chinese philology and culture as evidenced by an outstanding publication and teaching record. Additional interests in modern Chinese culture are desirable, especially in teaching. Only candidates with a completed Habilitation or comparable qualifications (as a rule, a second book/manuscript) (in accordance with Article 47, paragraph 2 of the Higher Education Law of the state of Baden-Württemberg) will be considered. Excellent skills in classical Chinese and fluency in modern spoken and written Chinese are essential, a reading capacity in modern Japanese would be appreciated.

The Institute for Chinese Studies at the University of Heidelberg (Germany) seeks to fill the position of a Junior Professor (Assistant Professor) in Transcultural Studies – Economy and Society of China and East Asia (with tenure track option)

Deadline: 21st April 2011

The Institute for Chinese Studies at the University of Heidelberg (Germany) seeks to fill the position of a

Junior Professor (Assistant Professor) in Transcultural Studies – Economy and Society of China and East Asia (with tenure track option)

 

Requirements include an outstanding PhD thesis, publications in recognized scholarly journals, experience in acquiring external funding and an active interest in teaching. Fluency in modern spoken and written Chinese is expected. Classical Chinese and a reading capacity in modern Japanese are appreciated. Experience in developing digital resources and in E-learning is an asset.

Department of Taiwan Culture, Languages and Literature at National Taiwan Normal University in Taipei, Taiwan, invites applications for 2 Positions available in the fields of Taiwanese languages, culture and literature.

Deadline: May 31st 2011

Department of Taiwan Culture, Languages and Literature at National Taiwan Normal University in Taipei, Taiwan, invites applications for 2 Positions available in the fields of Taiwanese languages, culture and literature.

The position requires a doctoral degree in hand. Applicants should have a publication record, ongoing research projects, or have published their dissertation in the past three years. Please consult the regulations of the College of Liberal Arts at National Taiwan Normal University on the webpage:

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The Faculty of Philological and Cultural Studies of the University of Vienna announces the position of a Full Professor of Chinese Social Studies

Deadline: 10th June 2011

The Faculty of Philological and Cultural Studies of the University of Vienna announces the position of a

Full Professor of Chinese Social Studies (full time, permanent position under private law).

The University of Vienna intends to increase the number of women on its faculty, particularly in high-level positions, and therefore specifically invites applications by women. Among equally qualified applicants women will receive preferential consideration.

As specified in the University’s Development Plan, the position is to be linked to the research areas “Cultures and Identities outside Europe (Cultural and socio-economic development in East Asia), Aesthetic Communication.

Expired: Die Rheinische Friedrich-Wilhelms-Universität Bonn sucht für das Institut für Orient- und Asienwissenschaft zum 1. Okt 2011 eine/n Studienrätin/Studienrat im Hochschuldienst für Chinesische Sprache

Das Institut für Orient- und Asienwissenschaft sucht für seine Abteilung für Orientalische und Asiatische Sprachen eine/n Wissenschaftler/in mit einem breiten und fundierten Fachwissen sowie mehrjähriger Erfahrung in den Fachgebieten Chinesische Sprachwissenschaft und Sprachdidaktik, möglichst auch Übersetzungswissenschaft. Das Lehrdeputat der Ratsstelle umfasst 13 Semesterwochenstunden. Die Akademische Ratsstelle ist unbefristet.

Payment of Membership Fees

 

By decision of the EACS board in 2015 the EACS asks its current members and its new members for a minimum payment for two years beginning from 2016. Your initial payment will cover your membership for the years 2016-17 and so on. Payment of fees for up to six years is recommended, especially to reduce the amount of charges when making bank transfers.

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Payment Modes

 

Payment by Money Transfer

Members living in the EURO zone please send payment by bank transfer to the new EACS account: Post Bank Stuttgart, bank code 600 100 70, account 484 661 702.

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All EACS members are welcome to use the database to check their own payment status and are kindly requested to regularly check and update their own personal data. If you want to apply for membership in the EACS, please fill in the registration form. If you are a member already, please do NOT enter your data into the registration form but update your personal entry in the database by using the “edit” function under “my account”. If you do not yet have a login name and password, please write an e-mail to the treasurer Michael Schimmelpfennig (m_schimmelpfennig@yahoo.com). If you have a login name but have forgotten or not yet received a password, use the “request new password” function.

 

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Related Associations

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Related Associations

 

Australia

Asian Studies Association of Australia (ASAA)

 

Europe

Association for Korean Studies in Europe (AKSE)

European Association of Chinese Linguistics (EACL)

European Association for Japanese Studies (EAJS)

European Association for South Asian Studies (EASAS)

European Association for South East Asian Studies (EUROSEAS)

European Society for Central Asian Studies (ESCAS)

European Association For Asian Art And Archaeology (EAAA) newly founded
 

 

France

Institut de Recherche sur l’Asie du Sud-Est Contemporaine (IRASEC)

Association Française d’Études Chinoises (AFEC)

Association Française des Professeurs de Chinois

 

Germany

Deutsche Gesellschaft für Asienkunde

Deutsche Vereinigung für Chinastudien
 

 

Hungary

Department of Oriental Studies, Research Institute for Linguistics, Hungarian Academy of Sciences
 

 

IRELAND

Association for Chinese Studies in Ireland (ACSI)

 

 

Italy

Associazione Italiana Studi Cinesi (AISC)
 

 

Nordic Countries

Nordic Association for Chinese Studies
 

 

Portugal

Luso Asian Forum
 

 

Switzerland

Schweizerische Asiengesellschaft
 

 

United Kingdom

British Association for Chinese Studies (BACS)

British Chinese Language Teaching Seminar (BCLTS)

 

 

United States

Society for the Study of Early China (SSEC)
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Grants and Awards Archive

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Grants and Awards

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Jobs and Fellowships Archive

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To draw attention to worldwide career opportunities related to Chinese studies on this page, please e-mail the text of the announcement to the webmaster. In addition, you can provide documents for download (use PDF), and the web address where the advertisement can be found, and we will create a direct link. In case you are a recruitment agency and want to advertise jobs related to Chinese studies, please contact our secretary for our terms and conditions.

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Jobs and Fellowships

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To draw attention to worldwide career opportunities related to Chinese studies on this page, please e-mail the text of the announcement to the webmaster. In addition, you can provide documents for download, and the web address where the advertisement can be found, and we will create a direct link. In case you are a recruitment agency and want to advertise jobs related to Chinese studies, please contact our secretary for our terms and conditions.

 

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Members of the Board 2014-2016

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Anderl, Christoph (Ghent University)

Ghent University, Department for South and East Asian Languages and Cultures, Blandijnberg 2, 5th floor, B-9000 Gent, Belgium

E-mail: Christoph.Anderl@ugent.be

Behr, Wolfgang (University of Zurich)

Ostasiatisches Seminar, Universität Zürich, Zürichbergstr. 4, CH-8032 Zürich, Switzerland

E-mail: wolfgang.behr@aoi.uzh.ch

Bislev, Ane (Aalborg University)

Department of Culture and Global Studies, Aalborg University, Kroghstraede 3, 9220 Aalborg Oest, Denmark

E-mail: abislev@cgs.aau.dk

Breuer, Rüdiger (Bochum University)

Ruhr-Universität Bochum, Fakultät für Ostasienwissenschaften, Sektion Sprache und Literatur Chinas, 44780 Bochum, Germany

E-mail: ruediger.breuer@rub.de

De Togni, Monica (Università degli Studi di Torino)

Università degli Studi di Torino – Dipartimento di Studi Umanistici – Palazzetto Gorresio – via Giulia di Barolo 3/a – 10124 Torino – Italy

E-mail: monica.detogni@unito.it

Dreyzis, Yulia (Moscow State University)

Moscow State University, Institute of Asian and African Studies, Chinese Philology Department, Mokhovaya str. 11, 125009 Moscow, RF

E-mail: xiaoyouliya@gmail.com

Falaschi, Isabella (Université Charles De Gaulle, Lille)

Université “Charles de Gaulle”, Lille 3. Address: 11, rue de Sèvres, 75006 Paris, France

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Members of the Board 2012-2014

  

Behr, Wolfgang

Ostasiatisches Seminar, Universität Zürich, Zürichbergstr. 4, CH-8032 Zürich, Switzerland
E-mail: wolfgang.behr@aoi.uzh.ch

Breuer, Rüdiger

Ruhr-Universität Bochum, Fakultät für Ostasienwissenschaften, Sektion Sprache und Literatur Chinas, 44780 Bochum, Germany
Email: ruediger.breuer@rub.de

Dessein, Bart

Chinese language and culture, Ghent University, Blandijnberg 2, B9000 Gent, Belgium
E-mail: Bart.Dessein@ugent.be

De Togni, Monica

Università degli Studi di Torino – Dipartimento di Studi Umanistici – Palazzetto Gorresio – via Giulia di Barolo 3/a – 10124 Torino – Italy
E-mail: monica.detogni@unito.it

Falaschi, Isabella

Université “Charles de Gaulle”, Lille 3. Address: 11, rue de Sèvres, 75006 Paris, France
Email: ifalaschi@aliceadsl.fr

Folch, Dolors

Universitat Pompeu Fabra
Ramon Trias Fargas, 25-27 08005 Barcelona, Spain
E-mail: dolors.folch@upf.edu

Gamsa, Mark

Baltic Centre for East Asian Studies,
University of Latvia, Faculty of Humanities,
Visvalža street 4a, Rm. 105,
Riga 1050, Latvia
E-mail: mark.gamsa@asiares.lv

Guiheux, Gilles

Langues et Civilisations de l’Asie Orientale. Université Paris-Diderot (Paris 7). Case 7009 ; 16, rue Marguerite Duras – 75205 PARIS CEDEX 13, France
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Constitution

Constitution

(Revised on September  2,  2000)

Article 1

An international association to be known as the European Association for Chinese Studies (EACS), hereafter referred to as “The Association”, governed by the present constitution, is hereby established between the undersigned and any other person subscribing to its constitution.

Article 2

The Association shall be registered as a non-profit organisation in a country of Europe.

Article 3

The purpose of the Association shall be to promote and foster, by every possible means, all scholarly activities related to Chinese studies in Europe. The Association shall not engage in any political activity.

Article 4

The Association shall consist of Ordinary Members, Corporate Members and Honorary Members. Ordinary Members shall be individuals of any country who support the aims of the Association. They shall be admitted on payment of an annual fee to be determined by the Board. Corporate Members shall be organizations which desire to support the aims of the Association by payment of an annual fee to be determined by the Board.… Read more ⤻

Aims and History

Aims and History 

The European Association for Chinese Studies (EACS) is an international organisation representing China scholars from all over Europe. Currently it has more than 700 members. It was founded in 1975 and is registered in Paris. It is a non-profit organisation not engaging in any political activity.

Purpose

The purpose of the Association is to promote and foster, by every possible means, scholarly activities related to Chinese Studies in Europe. The EACS serves not only as the scholarly representative of Chinese Studies in Europe but also as contact organisation for academic matters in this field.

Activities

One of the Association’s major activities are the bi-annual conferences hosted by various centres of Chinese Studies in different European countries. The papers presented at these conferences comprise all fields from traditional Sinology to studies of modern China. In addition, summer schools and workshops are organised under the auspices of the EACS. The Association carries out scholarly projects on an irregular basis.… Read more ⤻

EACS Young Scholar Award 2012

Deadline: 15th Jan 2012

The Board of the European Association for Chinese Studies is pleased to announce again the EACS Young Scholar Award (YSA). The purpose of this award is to encourage research in Chinese studies among young scholars, especially, but not exclusively, scholars studying and working at European institutions.

We very much welcome submissions from candidates world-wide.The Young Scholar Award is made possible through

Call for Papers: “Issues of Far Eastern Literatures”

St. Petersburg, June 27th – July 1st 2012
Deadline: March 1st 2012
Faculty of Asian and African Studies of St.Petersburg State University, International
Guo Moruo Academy and Guo Moruo Museum of CASS cordially welcome paper
proposals for the 5th International Conference “Issues of Far Eastern Literatures”, dedicated
to the 120th anniversary of outstanding Chinese writer, scientist and calligrapher Guo
Moruo (1892-1978).
Download: Call for Papers (PDF)

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22nd Annual Conference of the German Association of Chinese Studies

Technische Universität Berlin, November 25th – 27nd 2011

“Kontinuität und Umbruch in Chinas Geschichte und Gegenwart”
[Continuity and Change in China’s Past and Present]
Aus Anlass des 100-jährigen Jubiläums der Xinhai-Revolution thematisiert die Jahrestagung der DVCS die Kontinuitäten und Umbrüche, die in Geschichte und Gegenwart Chinas zu erkennen sind.

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Open Letter to the President of the People’s Republic of China

 

 

His Excellency Hu Jintao
President of the People’s Republic of China

Zhongnanhai, Xichengqu,

Beijing

People’s Republic of China

OPEN LETTER TO THE PRESIDENT OF THE PEOPLE’S REPUBLIC OF CHINA

January 15, 2010

Your Excellency,

 The European Association for Chinese Studies represents more than 800 scholars from 36 countries, mostly in Europe, who dedicate their efforts to the understanding and promotion of China, its ancient culture, as well as its recent spectacular transformation and rise on the global scene. As sinologists we are particularly happy about the contacts we have established with scholars and scholarly institutions in China since the beginning of the policy of reform and opening up. Cooperation and academic exchange between specialists in Europe and China brings out new results in our work and also helps the promotion of Chinese culture in Europe in general.

Given all these positive developments in China in recent years, we are disappointed and saddened by the trial of Liu Xiaobo, who on December 25, 2009 was sentenced by No.… Read more ⤻

Newsletter No. 15 (Nov 1997)

EACS Newsletter #15

 

Newsletter #15

NOVEMBER 1997

 

COPY DEADLINE for the next issue is January 15, 1998

CONTENTS

EACS 1998 Conference in Edinburgh

Introduction of EACS Officers

International Sinological Center CCK-ISC in Prague

Reports from Workshops, Conferences etc.

Membership News

Grants and Fellowships

Workshops, Seminars, Conferences

Members’ Publications

Unknown Addresses?

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EACS Homepage:

http://sun.sino.uni-heidelberg.de/eacs/

EACS Homepage welcomes news that need to be published before the next Newsletter comes out. Particularly vacancies in the field of Chinese studies and information on grants and scholarships are welcome. Mail the material to the President, address: see last page.

EACS 1998 Edinburgh Conference Homepage:

http://www.ed.ac.uk/~etev09/

EACS 1998 Conference in Edinburgh

Second Announcement

As intimated in the first announcement in the EACS September Newsletter, the theme for the next EACS Conference, to be held in Edinburgh September 10-13, 1998, is “Festivals: the Chinese at Work and at Play”, with papers arranged in panels covering the following topics:

1. Modern Literature & Performing Arts

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