Institutionen in Heidelberg


 Zentrum für Ostasienwissenschaften
 Institut für Japanologie
 Institut für Kunstgeschichte Ostasiens
 Südasien Institut
 Exzellenzcluster "Asien und Europe im globalen Kontext"
 Graduiertenkolleg "Religion und Normativität"
 Centre for Asian and Transcultural Studies (CATS)

Universitäre Einrichtungen

 Philosophische Fakultät
 Zentrale Universitätsverwaltung (ZUV)
Universitätsbibliothek (UB)
Universitätsrechenzentrum (URZ) Andere sinologische Institute (IGCS)

Weitere Einrichtungen

EASCM: European Association for the Study of Chinese Manuscripts

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The European Association for the Study of Chinese Manuscripts (EASCM) initiates, encourages, and facilitates academic research and communication on Chinese manuscripts.

EACS: European Associations for Chinese Studies

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The purpose of the Association is 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.

The XVth Biennial Conference of the European Association of Chinese Studies (EACS) was held at the University of Heidelberg, Germany, from August 25 to 29, 2004.

EASL: European Assocation of Sinological Librarians (by Cathy Thoelen)


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The EASL homepage stands in the service of sinological librarians and libraries. It should enhance and develop their network within Europe and beyond and encourage communication within the worldwide community of East-Asia librarians and their respective libraries. Further it should serve the needs of research in the field of East-Asian studies.

AAS: The Association for Asian Studies

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The Association for Asian Studies (AAS)—the largest society of its kind, with approximately 8,000 members worldwide—is a scholarly, non-political, non-profit professional association open to all persons interested in Asia.

CEAL: Council on East Asian Librarians (organisation for East Asian librarians of North America)

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CEAL was founded in 1958 as the Committee on American Library Resources on the Far East (CALFRE), building on earlier organizations going back to 1948. As a non-profit organization, the mission of CEAL is: to serve as a forum for the discussion of East Asian library issues of common concern; to formulate programs for the development of East Asian library resources, services, and systematic organization of all types of recorded information and knowledge; and to promote interlibrary and international cooperation in East Asian librarianship.

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