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Master in Asian Studies

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Oriented towards research in the field of human and social sciences, this new Master’s degree in collaboration with the Ecole des Hautes Etudes en Sciences Sociales (EHESS), the French School of Asian Studies (EFEO), the Ecole Pratique des Hautes Etudes (EPHE), as well as the Université PSL offers integrated training where each identified cultural area is addressed through a methodology specific to each discipline. The new Asian Studies MA educational team encourages students to expand their reflection beyond a single cultural or linguistic area and to embrace a multidisciplinary and comparative approach to their subject of study. The Master’s degree is a multidisciplinary two-year program, now organized around two tracks of study:

 

Track 1: “History and social sciences: fields, texts and images” (EHESS-EFEO)

This emphasis, proposed by the EHESS in collaboration with the EFEO, is intended for students wishing to develop their research in connection with modern and contemporary Asia. In a cross-fertilization of fundamental disciplines and cultural areas, where they are approached through a specific method, this track emphasizes multiple societal challenges based on global and resolutely comparative approaches, which highlight circulations and transfers, as well as dialogue and interdisciplinarity in the social sciences.

Track 2: “History, philology and religions” (EPHE-EFEO)

 

This emphasis, developed by the EPHE in collaboration with the EFEO, is meant for students wishing to carry out research on ancient Asia based on a thorough understanding of written or material sources, and based on methods specific to philology, paleography, archaeology and epigraphy. Particular emphasis is placed on the analysis of first-hand sources generally written in different Asian languages. Another specificity of this course is the interest given to the study of religious phenomena through a long durée approach.

 

 

Practical information (Track 1: History and social sciences: fields, texts and images)

Contact

Ninga Ahmed Affandi

54 boulevard Raspail 75006 Paris

Office A810
tel : 01 49 54 26 22

etudesasiatiques@ehess.fr

Pedagogical directors 2018/2019

Rémy Delage

Fabrizio speziale

South Asia specialization (advisors)

BOIVIN Michel - History, historical anthropology

CARU Vanessa - History

CASTAING Anne - Literature, Indian studies

CLAVEYROLAS Mathieu - Anthropology, social sciences of the religious

DELAGE Rémy - Geography, Anthropology, social sciences of the religious

DUTOYA Virginie - Sociology, gender studies

GUENZI Caterina - Anthropology, social sciences of the religious

GUILLAUME-PEY Cécile - Anthropology

HEADLEY Zoé - Anthropology

KENNEDY Loraine - Geopolitics, économy

MOHAMMAD-ARIF Aminah - Anthropology

NAUDET Jules - Sociology

RIPERT Blandine  - Geography, anthropology

SPEZIALE Fabrizio - History, historical anthropology

TAWA LAMA-REWAL Stéphanie - Political science, urban studies, gender studies

 

More information on the Master Asian Studies website

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