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Overview

The centre was established in 2005 by integrating the institutes of Chinese Studies, Japanese Studies and East Asian Art History as well as the Korean Language Studies. This integration resulted in an excellent framework for organisation, research and teaching.

Aims and objectives

East Asia is a region with ancient, highly developed cultures that have gained tremendous weight in the political and economical arena. The East Asian Studies in Heidelberg are dedicated to an examination of East Asian societies as regards historical development, regional linkages as well as current characteristics. The Heidelberg Centre for East Asian Studies is one of the most important and most internationally oriented teaching and research centres of its kind in Europe. It maintains a lively intellectual and institutional exchange with other major research centres for regional sciences in East Asian, Europe and the United States.

Organization chart

Centre for East Asian Studies
Institute of Chinese Studies Institute of East Asian Art History
East Asian Library

Directorate

Director:

Prof. Dr. Melanie Trede
Institute of East Asian Art History
Hauptstraße 216, Ground floor
Tel.: +49 (06221) 54 3969 | E-Mail

Trede

Deputy Director:

Prof. Dr. Barbara Mittler
Institut für Chinese Studies
Akademiestr.4-8, R.228
Tel.: +49 (06221) / 54-7638 | E-Mail

Mittler

Administration

Executive Secretary:

Katrin Cramer-Langer (M.A.)
Centre for East Asian Studies
Hauptstraße 216, Ground floor
Tel.: +49 (06221) 54 3967 | E-Mail
 

Mon, Tue, Thu: 12 - 16 | Wed, Fri: 8 - 12

Organisation

ZO Statute (in German)

 

 

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Latest Revision: 2017-01-16
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