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May
27
2019
Debate

This event is organised by the Leiden University Institute for Philosophy and sponsored by the Centre for Intercultural Philosophy.

Presenter: Karl-Stephan Bouthillette, Researcher with the Department of Asian Studies at Ludwig-Maximillians University (Munich, Germany) and Gonda fellow at IIAS (Leiden).

Discussant: Phillip A. Mass, Researcher with the Institute for Indology and Central Asian Studies at the University of Leipzig (Germany).

Fellowships at IIAS

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Fellowships at IIAS

IIAS invites excellent scholars to apply for a fellowship to work on an individual research project in the Humanities or Social Sciences. Scholars specialising in Asian-African interactions may also apply for the IIAS-ASCL joint fellowship.

Application deadlines:
IIAS & IIAS/CEM-FMSH fellowships:
1 March / 1 October
IIAS-ASCL joint fellowships: 15 March / 15 September
Gonda fellowships: 1 April / 1 October

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more fellows

Fellowships at IIAS

IIAS invites excellent scholars to apply for a fellowship to work on an individual research project in the Humanities or Social Sciences. Scholars specialising in Asian-African interactions may also apply for the IIAS-ASCL joint fellowship.

Application deadlines:
IIAS & IIAS/CEM-FMSH fellowships:
1 March / 1 October
IIAS-ASCL joint fellowships: 15 March / 15 September
Gonda fellowships: 1 April / 1 October

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ICAS 11 Leiden, July 2019

In 2019, ICAS 11 will return to Europe, where it began, in Leiden, the Netherlands. This historic city is home to one of the oldest universities and several renowned Asia research centers. The conference is hosted by Leiden University in partnership with the city, its research institutions and museums.

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