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Jul 26, 2018

Christiane Brosius awarded grant by ARCADIA foundation

HCTS professor Christiane Brosius was awarded a grant of €775,000 by the British foundation ARCADIA to document endangered historical sites in Nepal. Over a test period of two years, four... read more


Jul 24, 2018

New volume co-edited by Monica Juneja

Prof. Monica Juneja, HCTS Professor for Global Art History, recently co-edited the volume "EurAsian Matters: China, Europe, and the Transcultural Object, 1600-1800" with Dr. Anna Grasskamp,... read more


Jul 23, 2018

HCTS Stadtgespräch at Karl Jaspers Centre

On Friday, July 27 at 6 pm, the HCTS Stadtgespräch "Flüchtlingsbetreuung: Ehemalige Heimleiter/innen berichten aus den Krisenjahren 2015 und 2016" took place at the Karl Jaspers Centre. It... read more


Jul 20, 2018

HCTS Lecture by Paola Zamperini

On July 25, at 6 pm, the last HCTS lecture took place as part of the Tandem Fellowship that Prof. Paola Zamperini holds at the HCTS together with Prof. Barbara Mittler. Prof. Zamperini talked about... read more


Jul 17, 2018

Kerstin von Lingen receives Heisenberg Fellowship

The German Research Foundation (DFG) appointed Dr. Kerstin von Lingen, associate member of the HCTS, as a Heisenberg Fellow. Her research project "Consumer Boycott as Female Ethics,... read more


Jul 16, 2018

Three international guest lectures at the HCTS this week

From July 17 to July 20, three lectures took place organised by the professorships at the HCTS. The invited speakers were Prof. Joseph Denis (University of Wisconsin-Maison), Prof. Ben Brose... read more


Jul 11, 2018

New book by Barbara Mittler and Thomas Maissen

Prof. Barbara Mittler, co-director at the Heidelberg Centre for Transcultural Studies, recently published "Why China did not have a Renaissance - and why that matters,"  a book... read more


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