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Contact

Phone Number: 02-5883648

Fax: 02-5880326

Office Hours:
Sunday, 11:00-14:00
Monday-Thursday, 10:00-13:00

Room: 4501

Secretary: Mrs. Kinneret Levy

email: kinneretl@savion.huji.ac.il

News

Frieberg Center's Post-Doctoral scholarships

January 3, 2017

The Louis Frieberg Center for East Asian Studies offers post-doctoral fellowships for the
year 2017-2018. The post-docs are open to scholars in the humanities and social sciences
specializing in East Asia, especially China, Japan, Korea and Mongolia.
 

for more information see attachment

Professor Ge Quan's lecture

December 7, 2016

The Louis Frieberg Center for East Asian Studies, Confucius Institute at the Hebrew University and the Department of Asian Studies at the Hebrew University are pleased to invite you to a talk by Ge Quan on the topic:

 

China's Scholar-Officials and the Spirit of the "Superior Man" 中国的士大夫与君子精神

 

Travelling course to North West China

November 15, 2016

Silk Road Encounters: Multi-Cultural Interactions in Northwestern China

A travelling seminar of the Asian Sphere program

Tour leaders: Yuri Pines, Michal Biran and Gidi Shelach

The Mongol Empire in World History: Between China and Iran

November 8, 2016

The Institute for Asian and African Studies Dept. of Asian Studies and Dept. of Islamic and Middle Eastern Studies present

The Mongol Empire in World History: Between China and Iran

A seminar supervised by Prof. Michal Biran


Monday 14:30-16:00, room 2332

for the course syllabus click on the link

Call for Papers: International Workshop A Humanistic Approach to World History in Mongol Eurasia: Meso-Historical Analysis on Regions, Networks, and Institutions

October 28, 2016

Regions, Networks and Institutions in Mongol Eurasia: A Meso-Historical Analysis 

We are looking for papers dealing with regions, networks and institutions in Mongol Eurasia which are based on close reading in primary sources (literary, archaeological, visual). The workshop aims at using the meso-history framework- the one between micro and macro- for illuminating the meaning and characteristics of the proto-globalization in Mongol Eurasia (13th-14th centuries).