Geographically, the research covers the whole of Asia, from China in the north, India in the west, Indonesia to the south and Japan to the east. The research includes:
Asia and the outside world
The research focuses both on internal relations in Asia and on Asia’s importance in relation to the outside world. It encompasses cultural-historical, sociological and anthropological studies of a wide range of subjects, as well as comparisons and relations between Asia and Europe.
Culture and Society pre-1900
The research includes philological, historical/anthropological and socio-historical studies of Asian cultures and society in Asia before 1900.
Culture and Society post-1900
The research includes historical, anthropological and sociological studies of Asian cultures and societies in after 1900, and touches on themes of modernisation and globalisation.
The research includes literary, historical and historio-bibliographic studies of Asian literatures and authors, including studies of cultural translation.
Collective projects and research centers.
|Beller-Hann, Ildiko||Associate professor||+45 51 30 24 62|
|Brox, Trine||Associate professor||+45 51 30 29 65|
|Bunkenborg, Mikkel||Associate professor||+45 51 30 25 10|
|Delman, Jørgen||Professor||+45 51 30 24 40|
|Gimpel, Denise||Associate professor emerita||+45 51 30 35 29|
|Harbsmeier, Christoph||Affiliate Professor|
|Hedegaard, Marianne||PhD Fellow|
|Højer, Lars||Associate professor, deputy head of department||+45 27 57 44 24|
|Kraayvanger, Anna-Luise||PhD Fellow|
|Mehl, Margaret Dorothea||Associate professor||+45 51 30 28 77|
|Nagashima, Yoichi||Associate professor, research and development||+45 51 30 24 96|
|Nielsen, Bent||Associate professor||+45 51 30 25 11|
|Roesgaard, Marie Højlund||Associate professor||+45 51 30 07 16|
|Sand, Erik Reenberg||Associate professor emeritus||+45 51 30 26 99|
|Sørensen, Jørgen Podemann||Associate professor emeritus|
|Wall, Barbara||Assistant professor, tenure track||+45 93 56 56 16|
|Williams-Oerberg, Elizabeth Lane||Assistant professor|
|Zysk, Kenneth Gregory||Professor||+45 51 30 26 24|