Press releases

Hannes Mosler on the current political situation in South Korea

Hannes Mosler has been giving several interviews in the daily press, such as Deutsche Welle Germany (17. März 2017) and China (10. März 2017) as well as Yonhapnews (10. März 2017) on the current political situation in South Korea.

Fukushima: Sicherheit ist relativ

Julia Gerster on living with radioactivity in Fukushima six years after the catastrophe in ZEIT Online, 12 March 2017.

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Video News, Tagesschau, 9 Dec 2016: Hannes Mosler on the significance of Park Geun-hye's impeachment.

Pilwha Chang: New International Network Gender Studies Professor

Pilwha Chang is Dahlem International Network Professor for Gender Studies in Winter term 2016/17

New Einstein Visiting Fellow PLUS

Einstein Foundation is funding new research projects again in 2017, among them a new GEAS Visiting Fellow Plus: Gunter Schubert from Tübingen University. He will be forming a group to analyse Chinese domestic discourses on human rights, adding to the expertise of the already existing Einstein Security in East Asia Project. The Plus Fellow is granted for the first time.

Experience Report UAS

The Beijing Liaison Office has issued an experience report by Angela Leggett who has been awarded the UAS fellowship this year in their Newsletter Sep 2015 (German/Chinese)

GEAS@Summer School 2014

DFG-aktuell No 8 - Asia as World Region

A review of projects on Asia funded by the DFG in 2014 and on GEAS in particular (in German)

On the Hiroshima bombing

Japanologin Stefanie Schäfer über die Atombombenabwürfe auf Hiroshima und Nagasaki am 6. und 9. August 1945, die die japanische Politik und Gesellschaft bis heute prägen

Die Olympischen Spiele und der Aufstieg Asiens

Die US-amerikanische Anthropologin Susan Brownell hält am 1. Juni um 16 Uhr einen Vortrag an der Freien Universität

New Einstein Visiting Fellows at GEAS and FSGS

The GEAS is happy to host Japan-US security expert Richard Samuels (MIT) as one of the two new Einstein Visiting Fellows at Freie Universität Berlin from 2015 to 2017. Read the press release

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„Breiteres Wissen ermöglicht bessere Entscheidungen“

Die Graduiertenschule für Ostasien-Studien der Freien Universität Berlin bildet künftige Experten für eine der dynamischsten Weltregionen aus

GEAS Guest professor Kim HWang-Sik featured in LETTER 03/2013

Former Prime Minister of Korea, visiting professor at the Korean Institute and one of GEAS' first visiting professors in 2013, Kim Hwang -Sik, has been featured in the DAAD Alumni magazine LETTER 03/2013. Kim was Korean Prime Minister prior to his stay in Berlin, from 2010-2013, and, among other remarkable positions, he is a Board Member of the DAAD-funded German-Korean Alumni network ADeKo. The feature is available in the print and online magazine LETTER 03/2013, p. 36-39.