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Lyons Institute of East Asian Studies

 

The Lyons Institute of East Asian Studies is a centre for research in human and social sciences. It brings together scholars from fields such as anthropology, law, economics, geography, history, literature, philosophy and political science. The primary focus of their work is East and South-East Asia (China, Korea, Japan, Taiwan and ASEAN countries).

Status and location

The Institute was set up in 1992, and the Descartes campus of the Ecole Normale Supérieure de Lyon (ENS de Lyon) has been its home since 2002.

The Institute enjoys the status of a research unit jointly supervised by the French National Research Centre (CNRS) and three academic institutions of the University of Lyons — these are the Ecole Normale Supérieure de Lyon, which is its main academic supervisory body, the Lyons Institute of Political Studies (IEP de Lyon) and the Université Lumière Lyon 2.

In 2010, the IAO was evaluated by the AERES (the Paris-based "Evaluation Agency for Research and Higher Education") and received the A+ grade, the highest in its scale. The agency’s report can be viewed online: (Rapport AERES IAO 2010).

Objectives, research projects and academic events

The IAO’s primary objective is to foster the output of academic studies and publications that will contribute to greater knowledge of the cultural, social, economic and political dynamics at work in East and South-East Asia.

The Institute conducts both intra-disciplinary and interdisciplinary research on environmental issues, and technological and institutional innovation. It works closely with research teams in Asia, North America and Europe through exchange programs in the form of seminars and workshops.

At the same time, the Institute disseminates similar research from other centres around the world to local scholars and students at the University of Lyons as well as to the wider public. This is done through research seminars, exhibitions and other scientific and cultural events.

Documentary resources and training through research

Under its research programmes, the IAO places documentary resources (the IAO Asian Language collections at the Bibliothèque Diderot as well as online resources) at the disposal of the academic community. It also develops tools for data viewing and analysis, especially under the Virtual cities programme, using geographical information systems.

The IAO gives expert guidance and support to students preparing Ph.Ds and Master’s degrees, especially Master’s in Contemporary East Asian Studies and Chinese Studies at the Lyons Ecole Nationale Supérieure and the Master of History degree at the University of Lyons 2.

Last Submissions

[hal-03143427] « Manchu Officials’ Khams Travel Accounts: Mapping a course Through a Qing Territory »

 (17/02/2021)  

[hal-03143421] « The Chinese disciples of Gangs dkar rinpoche (1893-1956) in the 1930s : a prosopographic survey »

 (17/02/2021)  

[hal-03143414] « Chen Jianmin (1906-1987) as an agent of the globalization of Buddhism from China to India, and the United-States »

 (17/02/2021)  

[hal-03143411] Le Dalai Lama à Taïwan : chef religieux tibétain ou stratège politique ?

 (17/02/2021)  

[hal-03143408] Frontières politiques et culturelles sino-tibétaines : les années 1930s et 1940s

 (17/02/2021)  

[hal-03143404] Le système tibétain des réincarnations, les aménagements mandchous au XVIIIe s.

 (17/02/2021)  

[hal-03143396] Ouyang Auwei (1913-1991): A Han Monk working for the Chinese Intelligence Service in Tibet

 (17/02/2021)  

[hal-03140926] « From chaplain-donor to nation-state relations between Tibet and China »

 (15/02/2021)  

[hal-03140923] « Les journaux de voyage au Tibet écrits par des fonctionnaires mandchous du XVIIIe au début du XXe s. »

 (15/02/2021)  

[hal-03140921] « La contribution de Gongga Laoren (1903-1997) à la diffusion du bouddhisme tibétain à Taïwan »

 (15/02/2021)  

 

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