The Association for Korean Studies in Europe (AKSE) is the main scholarly society for Korean studies in greater Europe. Its objectives are to stimulate and co-ordinate academic Korean studies in all countries of Europe, and to contribute to the spread of knowledge of Korea among a wider public. Founded in 1977, AKSE holds regular scholarly conferences and publishes an annual Newsletter. Founded in 1977, AKSE holds regular scholarly conferences and publishes an annual Newsletter. The Association shall be non-political and its objects shall be to stimulate, to co-ordinate academic Korean studies in all countries of Europe and to contribute to the spread of knowledge of Korea among a wider public by organizing academic conferences on Korea, by issuing a Newsletter and by encouraging and facilitating co-operation with other organizations having aims consistent with its own objects.
Adresse : Centre for Korean Studies , PO Box 9515, 2300 RA, Leiden, Pays-Bas
Contact : Prof. Dr. Boudewijn Walraven: B.C.A.Walraven@let.leidenuniv.nlJapan
Site web : http://www.akse.uni-kiel.de/
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.
"East Asia" is understood to cover Japan, Korea, and Greater China.
The goals are: Principal goal: realise synergies between participating institutions
-"Stand-by" network for members to realise projects – either among all, or of sub-groups – that surpass the capacity of single institutions
-In research: Cover more competencies, including relevant input from the humanities, to realise ambitious research projects at international levels of excellence
-In training: Internationalise courses in terms of content and trainers to provide optimum training environment for learners
-Contribute high-level expertise to a European perspective on Euro-Asia relations
-Support a social science-focus in East Asian studies among members and countries where it is not well developed yet
EastAsiaNet is a member of the Thematic Network "Studies on Regionalism in the ASEM Context" (RASEM), established under the ASEF scheme, with a secretariat in the European Union Centre at the National University of Singapore. EastAsiaNet is a founding member of RASEM and represents its European wing.
Adresse : Institute of East Asian Studies , University of Duisburg-Essen , Forsthausweg 2 , Room LE 706, 47057, Duisburg, Allemagne
Contact : Prof. Dr. Werner Pascha: firstname.lastname@example.org
Site web : http://www.eastasianet.eu/
In 1988, the first Nordic Symposium on Japanese and Korean Studies was held at Stockholm University as a rather small gathering of scholars from the humanities and the social sciences, specializing in fields related to Japan and Korea. The second such symposium took place in Copenhagen in 1990, and this time there were 65 participants. At this meeting, it was formally decided to establish the Nordic Association for Japanese and Korean Studies (NAJAKS) as a regional organization under the European Association of Japanese Studies (EAJS), and across the following years NAJAKS would also develop a loose affiliation with the Nordic Institute of Asian Studies (NIAS).