HECEAS

Heidelberg Centre for Euro-Asiatic Studies e.V.

at the University of Heidelberg

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Projects of HECEAS


  • 1. Conferences
    • Bioethical and Medical Challenges for the Islamic World:
      Aids, Drugs and Reproduction Medicine
      Hamburg, 22 June 2007
      Joint conference of the Chair for Turkology at the Asia-Africa-Institute of the University of Hamburg and HECEAS e.V.
      Conference Programme
      Conference Reader

    • 1. Internationale Symposium on Alevism: The Role of Alevi Priests (ocak-dede) in Past and Present
      Heidelberg, 1-2 December 2006
      Organized by the Collaborative Research Center (SFB) Dynamics of Rituals at the University of Heidelberg (Projekt C7) in cooperation with HECEAS e.V., the Schah Ibrahim Veli Ocagi and others.
      Conference Report
      Conference Programme

    • Islam and Modernity: Reform Thinking in Current Turkish Islam
      Heidelberg, 25 June 2006
      Joint conference of HECEAS e.V. and the board of the journal islâmiyat (Ankara).
      Cooperartionpartners:
      Islamic Studies Department, Ruprecht-Karls-Universität Heidelberg
      Islamic Studies Department, Ruhr-Universität Bochum
      Conference Report

  • 2. Seminars for decision makers and future expatriates in multinational companies
      In order to improve international cooperation HECEAS regularly organizes workshops, which are designed to increase intercultural competence and country expertise. Relying on a large network of specialists a variety of workshops are held and can be designed on demand on the following regions and countries:
      Turkey, Greece, United Arab Emirates, Iran, Libanon, Russia, India, Pakistan, China, Taiwan, Japan, Indonesia or Malaysia.
  • 3. Panel discussions
    • Ressources, Possibilities and Limitations of an Alevi Theology
      Heidelberg, 29 November 2014
      Panel discussion of HECEAS e.V. in cooperation with the Heidelberg Center for Cultural Heritage (HCCH) and the Islamic Studies Department, Heidelberg University
      Abstract
      Poster