Covid-19 – information for students and staff
We offer education within the two main areas: Asian Languages and Cultures and Middle Eastern Languages and Cultures.
What you need before and at the beginning of the semester as a new student at our department.
We have research and education within the Arabic, Chinese, Japanese and Korean languages, as well as area studies.
There are various opportunities to study abroad during your education at the Department of Asian, Middle Eastern and Turkey Studies.
Late application opens 15 December
We offer two interdisciplinary master's programmes within our main areas
Our scholars are engaged in a broad range of research within Korean, Japanese, Chinese and Middle Eastern Studies
From linguistics and literary studies to society, politics and history in China, Japan, Korea and the Middle East
On 24 September the management team of Stockholm University announced the actions to be taken when the restrictions due to the Corona virus were lifted on the 29th of September.
Ewa Machotka, Associate Professor at the Department of Asian, Middle Eastern and Turkish Studies of Stockholm University is co-organizer and speaker at the Sophia Symposium 2021: Urban Nature, Urban Culture: Rethinking Water in Japan’s Cities.
On 9 September the exhibition Manga: Reading the Flow, opened at Museum Rietberg in Zürich.
Andreas Bengtsson, PhD student in Asian languages and cultures, presents his PhD thesis.
Iain Sands defends his doctoral thesis: "Staging Violence, Singing Hope: Trauma, Memory, and Affect in Three Musical and Dance Performances by North Korean Migrants in South Korea".
Susanna Mattei defends her Master's thesis.