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The Cluster of Excellence "Asia and Europe in a Global Context" offers an interdisciplinary research environment for outstanding scholars. Many of the scholars receive prestigious awards and they are offered scholarships, fellowships and permanent position from institutions all over the world. In this section, we report about some of these honours and achievements.

Latest Distinctions

29. Apr. 2020

Monica Juneja receives Opus Magnum from the Volkswagen Foundation

Monica Juneja, the professor of Global Art History at the HCTS, was recently awarded a one-year Opus Magnum from the Volkswagen Foundation for the funding of her ongoing research project in the... weiterlesen


14. Apr. 2020

Max Stille awarded the Walter Witzenmann Prize

Max Stille, associate member of the HCTS and associate researcher at the Max Planck Institute for Human Development in Berlin, was awarded the Walter Witzenmann Prize for the year 2020. The award was... weiterlesen


09. Jan. 2020

DAAD grants Christiane Brosius funding for exchange initiative

The DAAD granted Prof. Christiane Brosius four years of funding for the implementation of an exchange programme on the topic of “urban transformations.” The teaching initiative, in partnership with... weiterlesen


11. Dez. 2019

Emily Graf receives Ruprecht-Karls prize for dissertation

Emily Mae Graf, former member of the Graduate Programme for Transcultural Studies, was awarded the Ruprecht-Karls-Prize for her doctoral dissertation “Lu Xun on Display: Memory, Space and Media in... weiterlesen


20. Nov. 2019

DFG research grants for Amelia Bonea and Michael Brown

Dr. Amelia Bonea and Dr. Michael Brown, researcher fellows at the HCTS, were each recently awarded a research grant by the German Research Foundation. The grants will fund their respective research... weiterlesen