Universität Bonn

Department of Asian and Islamic Art History

From left to right: Dalia Othman, Stella Mitschke, Sabine Haessler, Oliver Kessler M.A., Angelika Sklebis, Prof. Dr. Claudia Wenzel, Sandra Schlage M.A., Laura Drinck M.A.

Not in the photo: Prof. Dr. Julia A.B. Hegewald (Head of Department on sabatical)

English Website of the Department of Asian and Islamic Art History

Welcome to the English Website of the Department of Asian and Islamic Art History (AIK).  We welcome all international students and researchers.
 
At present, the department is in the process of setting up ERASMUS cooperations for European students and hopes to offer more information soon.
 
For students and researchers from around the world a number of possibilities for exchange and study abroad programmes as well as funding possibilities are available.
 
The International Office of the University of Bonn offers extensive practical support and advice for international guests. 
If you have particular questions relating to funding, studies or research in the Department of Asian and Islamic Art History, please contact:
 
For more information about studying at the Department of Asian and Islamic Art History, please click the links below.


Veranstaltungen
Emerging Trends in Research on Classical Indian Dance – Ed. II
https://uni-bonn.zoom.us/...
03:00 - 07:45
Online conference by the Department of Asian and Islamic Art History, University of Bonn (Germany) and the School of Arts, University of Roehampton (UK). ...
Transformations of the Peacock.
Abteilung für Asiatische ...
06:15 - 07:45
Public lecture by Prof. Ryan R. Overbey: The Great Peahen Queen of Spells (Mahāmāyūrīvidyārājñī) is a dynamic Buddhist scripture containing lists of gods and ...
Searching for Old Goa: Traces of an Asian-European Port City
Deutsches Archäologisches...
06:00
Lecture by Dr. Sidh Losa Mendiratta: As civilizations’ most complex material expressions, cities have flourished and withered over the centuries. Among the ...
Asymmetrical Dependencies in a Maritime Cosmopolis
https://uni-bonn.zoom.us/...
04:10
Lecture by Prof. Dr. Finbarr Barry Flood: Asymmetrical Dependencies in a Maritime Cosmopolis: Reading a Medieval Iraqi Image Cycle. One of the most celebrated ...
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