East Asia and the Middle East (WE 4)

Address Ehrenbergstr. 26-28
14195 Berlin
Contact Person Agnes Kies
Telephone +49 30 838 57109
Fax +49 30 838-57177
Email kies@zedat.fu-berlin.de
The Institute of Iranian Studies is located in Berlin-Dahlem on Schwendener Strasse 17. | Image Credit: Bernd Wannenmacher In Dahlem, at Schwendenerstrasse 33, students enrolled in Turkic Studies can explore the intellectual and material cultures of the Turkic peoples in the past and present. | Image Credit: Bernd Wannenmacher The Seminar for Semitic and Arabic Studies is located in Dahlem on Altensteinstrasse 34. | Image Credit: Stephan Töpper The Institute of Japanese Studies is located in the building at Hittorfstraße 18. | Image Credit: Nils Tiemann At Altensteinstrasse 40 in Dahlem, students of Isamic Studies learn about the religion, law, culture, and society of the Islamic Middle East during the past and present. | Image Credit: Stephan Töpper The Institute of Korean Studies is located at Fabeckstr. 7 in Dahlem. | Image Credit: Stephan Töpper The Institute of Chinese Studies is located in a red-brick building at Ehrenburgstr. 26-28. | Image Credit: Stephan Töpper The Institute of Japanese Studies is located at Hittorfstr. 18. | Image Credit: Bernd Wannenmacher

At a Glance

The East Asia and the Middle East academic unit at Freie Universität includes the fields of Iranian Studies, Islamic Studies, Japanese Studies, Korean Studies, Semitic and Arabic Studies, Sinology, and Turkic Studies. The main focus is on an inter- and transdisciplinary analysis of aspects such as history, culture, society, politics, law, religion, economics, literature, and language in countries or sub-regions of Asia, the Middle East, and North Africa.

Last Update: Sep 10, 2014