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May 09, 2019

New volume co-edited by Nikolas Jaspert

The volume “Queens, Princesses and Mendicants: Close Relations in a European Perspective” was edited by Prof. Nikolas Jaspert, co-director of the HCTS, and Imke Just, doctoral student at Heidelberg... read more


May 08, 2019

Michael Radich receives DFG grant

Prof. Michael Radich, the professor of Buddhist Studies at the HCTS, was awarded a DFG Sachbeihilfe grant for his project "Intertextuality in the Chinese Buddhist Canon:... read more


May 08, 2019

Michael Radich visiting professor at Stanford

Prof. Michael Radich, the professor of Buddhist Studies at the HCTS, is a visiting professor at Stanford University during the summer semester 2019. He is teaching a reading seminar on early Chinese... read more


May 07, 2019

Project presentation: Early Chinese Periodicals Online (ECPO)

Recently, the project “Early Chinese Periodicals Online” (ECPO) - funded by the Institute of Chinese Studies and the Heidelberg Centre for Transcultural Studies entered a new phase. With its... read more


May 07, 2019

The DAAD grants additional fellowships for the MATS Joint Degree Students

The Heidelberg Centre for Transcultural Studies had another scholarship success with the DAAD and was granted five more fellowships per year to Kyoto University for the MATS Joint Degree Students.... read more


May 03, 2019

Monica Juneja new member of the Transnational Advisory Board at the Tate Research Centre

Prof. Monica Juneja, the HCTS professor of Global Art History, was appointed a member of the Transnational Advisory Board at the Tate Research Centre, Tate Modern, London. The Hyundai Tate... read more


May 02, 2019

New book by Amelia Bonea on Medicine and Modernity

Dr. Amelia Bonea, research fellow at the HCTS, is co-author of the recently published book “Anxious Times: Medicine and Modernity in Nineteenth-Century Britain” together with Melissa Dickson, Sally... read more


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