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Welcome to the Institute of Chinese Studies at Freiburg University

Research and teaching at the Institute of Chinese Studies at Freiburg University focus on modern and contemporary China and are characterized by an interdisciplinary approach combining history and the social sciences. In addition, the Institute offers a comprehensive training in the Chinese language.

News Item Call for applications: PhD positions of the DFG-funded graduate school ‘Factual and Fictional Narration’
The DFG-funded interdisciplinary graduate school GRK 1767 ‘Factual and Fictional Narration’ at the University of Freiburg, Germany, is inviting applications for 8 PhD positions starting on October 1, 2018.
News Item November 7, 2017 Lecture: Speaking with the Silent Majority: the Rise of Grassroots Intellectuals."
The lecture of Prof. Sebastian Veg (SHSS Paris) will take place in the seminar room in Erbprinzenstraße 12 and begins at 18:15.
News Item Lena Henningsen is receiving an ERC Starting Grant of nearly 1.5 million euros for her project “The Politics of Reading in the People’s Republic of China (READCHINA)
 
News Item Workshop: "Yan’an and Chinese socialism"
International workshop at the University of Freiburg, 3-4 August 2017, organized by Tani Barlow (Rice University), Dong Limin (Shanghai University) and Nicola Spakowski (University of Freiburg).
News Item Workshop: "New Trends in the Study of the Early People’s Republic of China"
International workshop to be held in Münstertal, May 19-21, 2017, hosted by the project “The Maoist Legacy: Party Dictatorship, Transitional Justice and the Politics of Truth”. The workshop is co-organized by the Universities of Freiburg and Cologne.
News Item Talk on China's Lawyers on 27 April 2017
Talk by Judith Bout, EHESS (École des Hautes Études en Sciences Sociales), Paris.
News Item Conference: "Reading Intellectual and Literary Change during China’s Long 1970s"
Conference to be held in Freiburg, May 5-6, 2017, hosted by the project “Worlds of Reading in China’s long 1970s: Reading and Writing during the Cultural Revolution”, organized by Lena Henningsen and Oliver Schulz
News Item Guest lecture: "Letters from the People: The Masses and the Mass Line in the Early People’s Republic of China"
On Thursday, 27 October, Prof. Dr. Aminda Smith will give a talk on the topic of "Letters from the People: The Masses and the Mass Line in the Early People’s Republic of China". The lecture will take place at Erbprinzenstraße 12 (4th floor) between 4 pm and 6 pm.
News Item Lena Henningsen receives “Leopoldina Early Career Award 2016“
 
News Item New publication: "Multiple Futures – Africa, China, Europe"
Ulrich Bröckling, Gregor Dobler, Nicola Spakowski (eds.)
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