Quick access:

Website

HEIDI

HEIDI Catalogue Search

SWB

SWB Catalogue Search
(Holdings ZO)  

People

LSF Search
(People: ONLY family name)  

Courses

LSF Search
(Courses: Title)  
Xi ZO Japan. Stud. Art Hist.
 
FLYER BA/MA
Flyer BA Ostasienwissenschaften
Flyer MA Sinologie
 
OPENING HOURS:

Secretariat:
Mon-Fri: 9-12 hrs
Transcript of records:
Wed: 14-16 hrs

Library:
Mon-Fri: 9-19 hrs, Sa: 12-17 hrs
Semester dates & lecture periods

 
 ZO >

Welcome to the Institute of Chinese Studies

 

Chinese Studies in Heidelberg

Why study Chinese Studies at Heidelberg University? Some good reasons. Information for international students is available here.

Consultation Hours during the winter term

Komp100x100 For a full list of the current consultation hours please refer here.

The Centre for East Asian Studies on YouTube

jobFrom now on the Centre for East Asian Studies has its own channel on YouTube. Activities by the member Institutes are presented here. Further videos are available on the page Research > Media.

Centre for Asian and Transcultural Studies (CATS)

Komp100x100 The Centre for Asian and Transcultural Studies (CATS) is under construction at the Heidelberg University. Main issues of the Centre as well as information on the construction progress are provided on the CATS website. [More...]

Termine & Veranstaltungen

Dienstag, 18.12.2018
Archaeology in Manchuria: Dajinshan, a riverbank Bronze Age site in the Dongliao River Valley
Dr. Pauline Sebillaud, Jilin University (China), Department of Archaeology
14:15 Uhr - 15:45 Uhr
Raum 5, Grabengasse 3
Institut für Sinologie
Mittwoch, 09.01.2019
Filmtag im Karlstorkino
15:00 Uhr - 23:50 Uhr
---, Am Karlstor 1
Institut für Sinologie
Mittwoch, 09.01.2019
Shunkouliu ‘Slippery Jingles’: Taking the Pulse of Popular Chinese Thought in the 1990s
Perry Link & Barbara Mittler
18:00 Uhr - 20:00 Uhr
Raum 201, Akademiestraße 4-8
Institut für Sinologie
Mittwoch, 16.01.2019
Entwicklung und Rolle der chinesischen Volksbefreiungsarmee
Dr. Oliver Corff
18:00 Uhr - 20:00 Uhr
R.201, Akadamiestraße 4-8
Zentrum für Ostasienwissenschaften
Dienstag, 22.01.2019
Der Beitrag des Völkerrechts zur japanischen Kolonialherrschaft in Korea von 1910-1945
Prof. Dr. Wolfgang Seifert, Universität Heidelberg, Institut für Japanologie
18:00 Uhr - 20:00 Uhr
Raum 201, Akadamiestraße 4-8
Zentrum für Ostasienwissenschaften
Mittwoch, 30.01.2019
Die Rezeption der deutschen Einheit in Korea
Prof. Dr. Unsuk Han, Universität Tübingen, Tuebingen Center for Korean Studies at Korea University
18:00 Uhr - 20:00 Uhr
Raum 201, Akadamiestraße 4-8
Zentrum für Ostasienwissenschaften
Alle Termine & Veranstaltungen

New publications All Publications

Last edited by: SV
Latest Revision: 2018-10-16
zum Seitenanfang/up