Lyon Autumn 2013 Meeting

EastAsiaNet is a network of leading European research schools with a well-developed social-science focus on East Asia, plus others that aspire to develop in this direction. It takes up issues that surpass the capacity of single institutions in training and in research. Ultimately, it contributes high-level expertise to a European perspective on Euro-Asia relations.

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Latest research workshop: Lyon, Oct 17–18
, 2013

Theme of the autumn workshop of EastAsiaNet:
"Future Cities and Space Reconfi guration in East Asia: Practices and Representations, Risk and Opportunities"

The workshop was organized by the Institut d’Asie Orientale and the Institut d’Etudes Transtextuelles et Transculturelles.

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EastAsiaNet Award for Academic Books and Articles granted in October 2012

At the 10th EAN research workshop and business meeting held at the CIDOB Foundation of Barcelona in October 2012, the first EastAsiaNet Awards for Academic Books and Articles were granted. The purpose of the EastAsiaNet Award is to recognize and encourage exemplary scholarship in contemporary East Asian studies with a social science focus.

To read more about the EAN Award and the award winners please click here.


EastAsiaNet partner CIDOB consolidates its position in the international think tanks’ elite

EastAsiaNet’s cooperating partner in Barcelona, CIDOB (Barcelona Centre for International Affairs), has consolidated its position in the 2013 ranking of the well-known Think Tanks and Civil Societies Program (TTCSP) at the International Relations Program, University of Pennsylvania.

In the 2013 ranking, the CIDOB and appears in the following categories:

  • Top Think Tanks Worldwide (U.S. and non-U.S.), No. 64
  • Top Think Tanks in Western Europe, No. 16
  • Think Tank to Watch, No. 12

More information is available at:
http://www.cidob.org/en/news/cidob/cidob_consolidates_its_position_in_the_international_think_tanks_elite, as of 22.1.2014


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