Vienna’s Young East-Asianists now available on u:scholar


The articles of the special issue of ASIEN highlighting the diversity and interdisciplinarity of the current generation of junior scientists at our Department of East Asian Studies are now available online on u:scholar., the online repository of the University of Vienna.

The contributions in this volume, edited by Martin Mandl and Florian Purkarthofer, take you on a tour of East Asia’s past, presence, and by means of a computer game even fast forward to the year 11945. The articles and research notes are published in English, underlining the internationality of Vienna’s East Asian studies and their audiences.

All articles are available online with open access. Just go to the link and search with the word "Asien". ASIEN Vol. 158/159 (2021) is also available in print at the East Asian Studies Library and later this year through the journal's website and XAsia-page. 




ASIEN 158/159 (January/April 2021) (published October 2021)

  • Issue editor: Martin Mandl & Florian Purkarthofer
  • Editorial team: Carmen Brandt, Carolin Kautz, Thilo Diefenbach, Anna Fiedler, Julia Gerster, Martin Mandl, Ludmila Lutz-Auras, Florian Pölking, Diana Schnelle
  • Editorial manager: Deike Zimmann
  • Editorial assistants: Leo Koenig, Miriam Meyer

Mandl, M & Purkarthofer, F (Hrsg.) 2021, Junge Wiener Ostasienwissenschaften. Asien: the German journal on contemporary Asia, 158/159, Deutsche Gesellschaft für Asienkunde DGA, Hamburg.

ASIEN 158/159 (published October 2021)