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Welcome to the Louis Frieberg Center for East Asian Studies

 
The Louis Frieberg Center for East-Asian Studies, founded in 2006, is an interdisciplinary forum of faculty at the Hebrew University of Jerusalem aiming to promote and broaden teaching, research and discussion of East-Asian related subjects. The center aims to create a space, linking the academy and the wider public, where a diverse group of people and scholars can exchange ideas across disciplinary boundaries.

The Hebrew University of Jerusalem offers a wide variety of East-Asian related course taught as part of the various departmental curricula. It is the Center mission to coordinate Asia-related activities at the university and work to offer a larger selection of courses and lectures.
 
For more information about the Center mission and activities, please visit our About Us page and our Event schedule.

Cultural Diplomacy and Soft Power

You are coridally invited to the conference about Korea
Cultural Diplomacy and Soft Power
The conference will take place on Tuesday, 25th Novemeber, 2014
For additional details and for watching the conference's program please click here

Grandparents- the Unsung Heroes: Providing Long Term Assistance to adult´s Children in Urban China

The Louis Frieberg Center for East Asian Studies and the Asian Studies Departmental Seminar at the Hebrew University are pleased to invite you a talk by Esther C.L. Goh (National University of Singapore) on the topic:
Grandparents- the Unsung Heroes:  Providing Long Term Assistance to adult's Children in Urban China

The talk will take place on Wed., Nov. 26, 2014, 14:30-16:00, room 31 (Media), the main library.

For additional information and for the invitation itself please click here

China Day at the Hebrew University

The Confucius institute at the Hebrew University and Mt.Scopus Library are cordially inviting you participate in China Day that will take place on Wednesday the 26th November, 2014, 10:00, at the Mt.Scopus Library.

For additional information and for the invitation please click here

Start Up Asia

The activity will take place on Wednesday, 19th November, 2014.
For additional information please click here
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Hanban PhD Fellowship

The Department of Asian Studies at The Hebrew University of Jerusalem and the Confucius Institute Headquarters/Hanban are offering a scholarship for three years to an outstanding doctoral candidate in the field of Chinese studies
beginning in  the 2014-2015 academic year

For additional details please click here

Zhang Xiaotao´s Lecture

The Confucius Institute at the Hebrew University and the Louis Frieberg Center for East Asian Studies invite you to a lecture by Chinese artist, Zhang Xiaotao
The lecture will take place on Monday, 3rd November 2014, 11:30
For additional information and the invitation please click here

India Day

You are cordially invited to India Day that will take place on Wednesday, 12th November, 2014
For the invitation and additional information please click here

Congratulations to the Department´s New Chief - Dr. Nissim Otmazgin

The Department of Asian Studies congratulates Dr. Nissim Otmazgin for his new task as the department's chief
Best wishes!

Imperial Sons-in-law in the Mongol Empire

The Lecture will take place on Monday 10th, November 2014
For additional information please click here

Business and the Meeting of Western and Asian Civilizations

The Combined Program of Business Administration and Asian Studies cordially invites you to the lecture by Prof. Daniel Haber
Business and the Meeting of Western and Asian Civilizations

The lecture will take place on Tuesday, November 4th, 2014, 17:00-18:15
Room 1710, the faculty of Social Science, Mt Scopus campus

For the invitation please click here

Transnational Cultural Interactions between Korea and Japan, From the Pre-modern to the Colonial Period

We welcome individual papers and panel proposals from scholars working in various disciplines about Korea and Japan.
For more details about the program, please click here

International Seminars at the Department of Asian Studies

The department of Asian Studies at the Hebrew University of Jerusalem is pleased to present this year's advanced international seminars.

For the list of the seminars and additional information, please click here

Invites Applications from outstanding candidates

Invites Applications from outstanding candidates for tenure-track and tenured positions in The Faculty of Humanities - For additional information please click here

Essay Prizes on Korea

The Korean Studies program at the Department of Asian Studies at the Hebrew University of Jerusalem invites you to submit your paper for the first Korea Essay Contest. This event is generously supported by The Korean Cultural Centre in Israel, and it aims to encourage students to further their interest in Korea.

Study Tour to South India

During the dates 28.1 - 8.2 2015, a study tour will take place under the guidance of the lecturers Yigal Bronner and David Shulman.
For additional information about the course and the tour, please click here

Congratulations to Prof. Michal Biran

The Institute of Asia and Africa Studies and The Asian Department congratulate Prof. Michal Biran in honor of her chosen as a member in the Israeli Academy of Science, and for her achievement of Kalchki's prize for promotion of science !

Israeli Academy of Science
Kalchki's Prize

Name Competition for the New East Asian Center

For additional information please click here

Chinese and Tibetan Tantric Buddhism Conference

You are cordially invited to the Conference about Chinese Tibetan Tantric Buddhism that will take place on 16-18 June, 2014
The lectures will take place at the Feldman Building, Givat Ram Campus, The Hebrew University

For additional details about the program please click here

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Summary- Japan Day 2014

On Wednesday, May 21th 2014, the astonishing event of Japan Day was taking place at the Hebrew University of Jerusalem.
Please click here for watching the summary.

Confucius Institute Opening Ceremony

You are cordially invited to the Confucius Institute Opening Ceremony
The Ceremony will take place on Monday, May 19th, 2014, 16:45
The Truman Institute
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MOBILITY and TRANSFORMATIONS: Economic and Cultural Exchange in Mongol Eurasia

You are cordially invited to the conference about the "Economic and Cultural Exchange in Mongol Eurasia"
The conference will take place at the Israel Institute for Advanced Studies, The Hebrew University, Edmond J. Safra Campus, Givat Ram
29/6 - 1/7, 2014

For further information please click here

For the invitation click here

International Summer School: New Directions in the Study of the Mongol Empire

You are cordially invited to the International Summer School about the Mongol Empire
The summer school will take place at the Israel Institute for Advanced Studies, the Hebrew University, Edmond J. Safra Campus, Givat Ram.
July 1-4, 2014

For further information about the program, please click the here

For the invitation, click here

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Japanese Speech Contest

You are cordially invited to the fifth Japanese speech contest in Israel.
The contest will take place on Monday, May 12, 10:00
room 405, Beit Meirsdorf

For the invitation please click here
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Anime Conference

You are cordially invited to the international conference about the "globalization of the Japanese Anime industry" as part of Japan's day.
The conference will take place on Wednesday, May 21th, 2014
Click here for the invitation and program
Please click here for the website of the Japan's day activites
During the day there will be additional special activites, including dinner.
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Cultural Geography of the Hallyu: Mapping the World through Korean Popular Culture
We are pleased to invite you to an international conference about Korea
The conference will take place on 13-15 May 2014
The Truman Institute, The Hebrew University of Jerusalem
For the conference's program please click here
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Naming God in China: A Case Study of the Jesuit's Interpretation in the Late Ming and Early Qing
Prof. Hai huaTian (Sichuan University) :
Naming God in China: A Case Study of the Jesuit’s Interpretation in the Late Ming and Early Qing

Wednesday, 30.4.14, 14:30
Room 2712, Faculty of Humanities

Please click here for the invitation.
Invitation to the Movie: "Journey to the West: Conquering the Demons"

Wednesday, 30.4.14, 18:05
The movie will be screened at the Media Department, The Bloomfield Library for Humanities and Social Sciences

For initation, please click here

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Naming God in China: A Case Study of the Jesuit’s Interpretation in the Late Ming and Early Qing
Prof. Hai huaTian (Sichuan University)
Wednesday, 30.4.14, 14:30
Room 2712, Faculty of Humanities

Please click here for the invitation.
Japanese Speech Contest
The contest will take place on Monday, May 12, 10:00
room 405, Beit Meirsdorf
"The emergence of the Indo-Pacific: Implications of India-Japan alliance for a liberal Asian alternative to Chinese Hegemony"
Micha'el Tanchum (Truman Institute)
room 5318, humanities
Wednesday, May 7, 2014 - 14:30

"The urban history of Hangzhou: Before and after the Mongol conquest"

by Kaiqi Hua

Mobility, Empire and Cross Cultural Contacts in Mongol Eurasia

Room 2407, Humanities
Monday, April 28, 2014 - 14:30

Interview with Dr. Nissim Otmazgin on Channel 1

Please click here for watching the interview

Call for Post Doctoral Fellowships for Candidates from India and China 2014-15

Details about the fellowships can be found here

Louis Frieberg Post-doctoral Fellowships

 

The Louis Frieberg Center for East Asian Studies at the Hebrew University of Jerusalem offers post-doctoral fellowships for the year 2014-2015. The post-docs are open to scholars in the humanities and social sciences specializing in East Asia, especially China, Japan, Korea and Mongolia. Fellowships are granted for one academic year or one term with the possibility of extension for an additional year. The starting date of the visit should not be later than four years after receipt of the Doctoral Degree; the fellow must hold a valid Doctoral Degree no later than September 2014.

 

The fellowship consists of a monthly stipend (tax free) of $1,500. Payments are made once in three months in Israeli Shekels and are linked to the “representative rate of exchange.” Fellows are entitled to one airline ticket (economy class, up to 1500$) for a direct flight from their home town to Israel and back.

 

The fellows are expected to teach one or two courses in the Hebrew University (for additional payment, according to the Hebrew University regulations). The ability to teach a course in Hebrew is welcome, but is not a prerequisite for attaining the fellowship. The fellows are also expected to actively participate in the life and activities of the Louis Frieberg Center for East Asian Studies. The fellows will present their research at the department seminar of the Asian Studies Department, and possibly at other relevant forums. Any work outside the Hebrew University would be allowed only after specific approval by the Frieberg Center.

 

Applicants should submit one hard copy and one electronic copy (in one file) of their application to the address below, no later than April 30, 2014.

The application must include:

1.  CV

2. Research plan

3. A sample of applicant's publications (if relevant)

4. Two letters of recommendation. The applicant should indicate the names and positions of the recommenders, but the letters of recommendation should be sent by the recommenders direct to the email address below.

 

Please send materials to:

The Louis Frieberg Center for East Asian Studies

Rm 6300, The Faculty of Humanities

The Hebrew University of Jerusalem

Mt. Scopus Jerusalem 91905

ISRAEL

eacenter@mscc.huji.ac.il email:

 

DEADLINE: April 30, 2014.

 

The Frieberg Center will announce its decision by June 2014. The academic year at the Hebrew University begins on October 26th, 2014 and ends in June  26th 2015; the fellows are supposed to arrive in Israel no later than October 20th, 2014. The one-term fellowship will end on January 30th, 2015, or start on March 1, 2015 and end on June 30th, 2015

 

This notice in no way commits to accepting candidates in the fields advertised.

 

The Frieberg Center for East Asian Studies

Tel/Fax: +972-(0)2-5881371

eacenter@mscc.huji.ac.il

http://www.eacenter.huji.ac.il.

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A conference about Japanese manga will be held on Wednesday, December 18, 2013, between 10:00-14:00, in class 29, media room in the mount Scopus Library.
The invitation for the event can be found here.

A link to the play is available here: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3jUni7tokN

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Visiting PhD and PhD ERC Fellowships for 2014-15

The ERC project Mobility, Empire and Cross-Cultural Contacts in Mongol Eurasia at the Hebrew University of Jerusalem is offering Visiting PhD and PhD fellowships for 2014-15.

For more deatails, please visit here: http://mongol.huji.ac.il/fellowships-and-funding-opportunities

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Post-doc fellowships for 2014-15: History of Mongol Eurasia

Full details about the fellowship can be found here
 

PhD scholarships and visiting PhD's fellowships for 2014-15- coming soon.
The Louis Frieberg Center for East Asian Studies and the Asian Studies Departmental Seminar at the Hebrew University are pleased to invite you a talk by Francesca Fiaschetti (Ludwig Maximilians University Munich) on the topic:

Does ethnicity matter? The construction of otherness under Yuan rule

The talk will take place on Wed., Nov. 27, 2013, 14:30-16:00, in Room 5318, Humanities Building.

The invitation to the talk can be viewed here

We hope to see you there!
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You are cordially invited to “Korea day” which will take place on Tuesday, November 26th , between the hours 14:00-18:00, Mt. Scopus campus.

 

We hope to see you there!

 

The Louis Frieberg Center for East Asian Studies

 

The invitation can be found here

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The Louis Frieberg Center for East Asian Studies and the Department of Asian studies in the Hebrew University are pleased to announce the opening of another unique course for the year 2013-2013:

 

Archaeological excavations in Qara Qorum, the capital of the Mongolian empire (46801)

 

Prof. Michal Biran, Dr. Tawfiq Da’adli

 

The course is for advanced students (MA and PhD) and will mostly take place in the summer of 2014. It will include several preparatory meetings during the second semester (the first one will take place on march 19th), and a five weeks visit to Mongolia (end of July-beginning of September) in which the students, alongside Mongolian and German students, will take part in archaeological excavations in Qara Qorum, the capital of the Mongolian empire in the Orkhon Valley, and in initial processing of the findings. The excavations are part of a historical-archeological project of the Hebrew University, Bonn University, and the Mongolian Academy of Sciences.

 

The flights and stay expenses will be funded by the Humboldt Foundation. The stay in Mongolia will be in difficult environmental conditions (sleeping in tents, Mongolian food, etc.)

 

There is a limited number of opening available.

Students who would like to participate in the course are required to send an email to the lecturers of the course, detailing the reasons for wanting to join the course as well as their skills.

 

Experience in archaeological excavations is favorable. Familiarity with the history of the Mongolian empire is favorable.

 

Please contact:

Prof. Michal Biran

biranm@mail.huji.ac.il

Dr. Tawfiq Da’adli

taufikd@gmail.com

 

By December 1st, 2013

 

Sincerely,

The Louis Frieberg Center for East Asian Studies

 

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International Conference on:
“Travelling Food and Beverages: In and Out of Japan” November 3-5, 2013
Mt scopus, The Hebrew University of Jerusalem

Further detail can be found here, and the invitation to the conference can be found here.
כריכה כל אשר מתחת לשמיים
The Frieberg Center for East Asian Studies is pleased to announce the publication of the second volume of the book: all under heaven: a history of imperial vol. 2 the early empire (han_tang) china

For more details, please click here
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Call for Papers

International Conference:

Mobility and Transformations: Economic and Cultural Exchange in Mongol Eurasia

The Hebrew University of Jerusalem, June 29th - July 1st 2014

for the Call for papers click here

Deadline : November 1st, 2013

 for details see: http://mongol.huji.ac.il/

 

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Summer School - New Directions in the Study of the Mongol Empire

New Directions in the Study of the Mongol Empire

Summer School

The Hebrew University of Jerusalem, July 1-4 2014

For more details, please click here

Life in an Isolated Country: Meeting with Mr. Han Chulmin, a Refugee from North Korea

 



You are welcome to join us at 10:30 in the media room in the Central Library
For more details contact Liora Sarfati , lsarfati@post.tau.ac.il

On Wednesday, May 22th we will host in Mt. Scopus campus a group of visitors from Korea, among them a refugee from North Korea who will lecture about his life there, and show images he brought with him.


Yukio Lippit, Harvard University

 

"Oily Painting": The history of the reception of oil painting in Japan

Chair: Ziva Amishai-Maisels, Hebrew University
 

Sunday, May 26th, 14:00- 15:30
Rabin Building 3001

Yukio Lippit, Harvard University

This year‘s winner of the Kingsley Porter Prize
(for an essay of distinction published in The Art Bulletin)
 

The Metabolism of Japanese Architecture

Chair: Architect Arie Kutz,
Japan-Israel Friendship Association
Thursday, May 23rd, 14:00 צ 15:30

Rabin Building 3001

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you are cordially invited to attend

Between Nomad and Sedentary Culturs: New Perspectives in inner Asian Archaeology

the hebrew Universuty of Jerusalem
June 13,2013
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for further information and invatation click here


for Abstracts click here

Frieberg  Post-doctoral Fellowship in East Asian Studies
 


Louis Frieberg Research Grants for HUJI Scholars
 
The grants are for research plans involving the history, culture, society, economics or politics of East Asian countries, with a preference for China, Japan and Korea. Applicants should apply no later than June 1st, 2011.
 
For further information click here.

you are cordially invited to the lecture

by

Mr. Liang-jen

Head of Taipei Economic& Cultural Office in Tel Aviv

From War to Peace – Relations across Taiwan Straits

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Calligraphy Workshop 書道

The workshop has been held under the supervision of

Professor Usuds Taigen

And four of his students


For more information

Mount Scopus Library and the Department of Asian Studies
Invite you to an

evening in honor and memory of Tal Dvir

in occasion of handing over her personal library to Mount Scopus Library 

further detailds

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Dr. Basanta K. SAHU

ICCR Chair Professor, Tel Aviv University, Israel & Asst. Professor of Economics, Indian Institute of Foreign Trade, Govt. of India, New Delhi, India:

Evolution of Indian Economy: India - the Emerging Giant


Details (Hebrew)
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On Wednesday, January 2 was preformed

"Japan Day"

in Renne Kassin High School in Jerusalem, sponsored by Louis Frieberg Center

This event was part of the

High School Project

, preformed by volunteer students of the Japan department of the Asia Studies in the Hebrew University.

 

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The Rise of Contemporary China: Domestic and Foreign Challenges in Historical Perspective


International Symposium in Honor of Prof. Yitzhak Shichor

25.12.2012 -  Aviva & Samy Ofer Observation Gallery, Eshkol Tower 30th Floor, University of Haifa

 

26.12.2012 - Room 405, Beit Meirsdorf,
Mount Scopus Campus, Hebrew University of Jerusalem

Program and Details

 

The European Research Council (ERC)  project :  Mobility, Empire and Cross-Cultural Contacts in Mongol Eurasia at the Hebrew University of Jerusalem is offering Post-Docs and PhD scholarships as well as visiting PhD's scholarships.

The European Research Council (ERC)  project   Mobility, Empire and Cross-Cultural Contacts in Mongol Eurasiaat the Hebrew University of Jerusalem is offering  Post-Docs and PhD scholarships as well as visiting PhD's scholarships.
Deadline: January 31, 2013
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The East Asian Studies Department at The Hebrew University and The Frieberg Center cordially invite you to the event in the honor of the

2012 noble prize winner Mo Yan 莫言.

which will take place on the 19.12.2012, at Room 405, Beit Meirsdorf,
Mount Scopus Campus, Hebrew University of Jerusalem

Details & Invitation

 (Hebrew)

you are cordially invited to the lecture

 

Whither China? Preliminary Estimates after the CCP’s Power Transfer

 

by

Zhang Junhua (Shanghai Jiao Tong University)

Invitation

you are cordially invited to the conference

Analyzing Collapse: Destruction,Collapse and Memory" 

 

 

Details 

 

which will take place in the Hebrew University of Jerusalem, on 10-16 of December.

Article about Japanese Studies in Israel : "

Japanese Studies in Israel as a Micro-cosmos of Japanese Studies in the World"

 

 

In english - http://www.wochikochi.jp/english/special/2012/06/Israel-Japan.php

 

In Japnese - http://www.wochikochi.jp/special/2012/06/Israel-Japan.php

East-Asian studies Department Seminar 1st semester 2012-2013

 The Department Seminar Plan - 1st Semester 2012-2013

 

החוג ללימודי מזרח אסיה
בשיתוף עם שגרירות יפן
מתכבדים להזמינכם להרצאתו של
סקוראמה אוג'ין במאי ושחקן
תיאטרון הנו היפני


ביום רביעי, 20 יוני בשעה 12:30
בחדר 5318

פרטים

Prof. Mayfair Yang, 

 "The Jade Emperor: Sovereign Power, Celestial Bureaucracy, and the Political Theology of the Masses in China" 

 

 Beit Maiersdorf, Room 503, Mount Scopus.

 6/6/2012, 14:30-16:00

Invitation

 

The Jerusalem Lectures in History in Memory of Menahem Stern

Prof. Paul R. Katz

Academia Sinica, Taiwan

RELIGION IN CHINA AND ITS MODERN FATE

"The World of Korean Cinema"

In the presence of the Korean Ambassador to Israel,
H.E. Kim Il-Soo

  

Wednesday, May 30, 2012, 10:00-12:00

Truman Institute, Abba Eban Hall

 

From Qing to China,
 
Rethinking the Interplay of Tradition And Modernity, 1860‐1949 

 

 

 

20‐22 May 2012, Tel Aviv University, Gilman 496 

 

Program and Details

ideology

Ideology of Power and Power of Ideology in Early China

International Workshop

May 1-6, Institute for Advanced Studies, Edmund Safra G. Ram Campus

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Details


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International Symposium on the

Occasion of Sixty Years of Diplomatic Relations

:

"Japan and Israel: Regional, Bilateral, and Cultural Perspectives"

 The Harry S. Truman Research Center for the Advancement of Peace, The Hebrew University of Jerusalem, Jerusalem, Israel. May 7-9, 2012. 

 

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On the occasion of 60 years since the establishment of diplomatic relations between Japan and Israel, we will hold a special symposium joining scholars from Israel and abroad to reflect on the history of Japan-Israel relations and discuss future prospects and opportunities. We envision this event both as a milestone in the cultural and educational relations between Japan and Israel and as an intellectual project with a broad academic and theoretical value.

Details and Invitation 

 

Pictures from the event:


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Islam in Southeast Asia: Identities and Politics

 

Monday, 23 April 2012   
Room 503, Beit Meirsdorf
Mount Scopus Campus

In program:

16:15-16:30     Reception 
 
16:30-18:30        
Chair: Prof. Yitzhak Shichor, the Hebrew University of Jerusalem and Haifa
University
 
Mr. Joshua Gedacht, University of Wisconsin-Madison, "Colonial Violence and
Islamic Reformism in the Netherlands East Indies and the Philippines"
 
Dr. Ran Shauli, Bar Ilan University and the Truman Institute, "Chinese and
Muslim Identities in Southeast Asia"
 
Dr. Giora Eliraz, the Hebrew University of Jerusalem, "A Connective View
of Islam in Indonesia and the Middle East"

Details and Invitation

you are cordially invited to the symposium

Army, Security and Politics in the People’s Republic of China

in memoriam Prof. Ellis Joffe, and on occasion of the publication of the Hebrew collection of his articles
Wednesday, 18.4, 16:00 at Beit Maiersdorf

(in Hebrew)
 
In program:
Prof. Yitzhak Shichor (Hebrew U. and Haifa U.): “Strait Jacket: China and the American Commitment to Taiwan’s Defense”
Dr. Yoram Evron (Haifa U.) “PLA studies in Retrospect: The Illusion of Information Overflow”
Mr. Eyal Propper (Hebrew U. and Haifa U.): "Changes in China's Arms Control and Non-Proliferation's Policy"
Prof. Yuri Pines (Hebrew U): “Chinese Military and Politics: A Historian’s Perspective”
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Remembering Ellis Joffe:
Prof. Harold Z. Schiffrin, Hebrew U.
Prof. Norman Rose, Hebrew U.
 
Moderator: Prof. Reuven Amitai, Dean, the Faculty of Humanities, Hebrew U.

Details and Invitation (Hebrew)

 

Sino-Israeli Workshop: New Perspectives on Pre-Modern Chinese History 

 

 

 

中国古代史研究新趋向:中以研讨会

 

 

Will take place on March 11-12, 2012, Seminar Room 1001, Rabin Building, Mt. Scopus

Details

Article regarding the Workshop

 

 

The American Occupation in Comparative Perspective: Japan and Iraq Differnces, Similiraties, and Theoretical implications

 

March 13-14, 2012, Abba Eban Hall,The Harry S.

Truman Research Institute For The Advancement of Peace, The Hebrew University of Jerusalem

 

 

 

 

For Details Click Here

The 10th Annual Conference of Asian Studies in Israel

 

We are delighted to announce that the 10th Annual Conference of Asian Studies in Israel (ASI11) took place at the Hebrew University of Jerusalem, Tue-Thu, May 24-26, 2011.

We wish to thank all participants.

 

For further please visit the ASI11 website.

 

East-Asian studies department seminar 2010-2011

 

For further information click here.

The East Asian Studies Department at The Hebrew University and The Frieberg Center Warmly Congratulate Prof. Schiffrin on being included in the list of 100 eminent foreign Sinologists presented by the National Library of China

 

For information visit:

 

The list of 100 eminent foreign Sinologists from the National Library of China website

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Opening Ceremony!

 

The opening ceremony of the Louis Frieberg Center for East Asian Studies was held on April 25, 2007.
Prof. Kenneth Lieberthal gave the keynote lecture - "The Fundamental Forces and Challenges Shaping China's Future".

For more information see the News Page

Prof. Lieberthal's lecture is now available on the site at:
http://www.eacenter.huji.ac.il/lieberthal_lecture

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Louis Frieberg Post-doctoral Fellowships 2014-2015

New Website of the Asian Department



asia.huji.ac.il

 2014-2015 Department Seminar

 The Department Seminar Plan - 1st Semester 2014-2015

 

The Frieberg Center Newsletter

 

For Newsletter page and downloading August 09' newsletter click here

Asian Movie Club

 

Coming soon

 

Please join the official Facebook group of the East Asian department of the Hebrew University.
Please Click HERE to join our mailing list
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On Wednesday, January 2  was preformed

"Japan Day"

 in Renne Kassin High School in Jerusalem, sponsored by Louis Frieberg Center

This event was part of the

High School Project

, preformed by volunteer students of the Japan department of the Asia Studies in the Hebrew University.

 

read more

 

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