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  69115 Heidelberg
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Limited number of library reading spaces

Pausenscheibe
Due to an increasing number of library users we kindly ask you not to leave your reading place for more than 30 minutes. Otherwise please clear the space for other users.
Please use the break clocks available at each reading place to document the duration of your absence.
Thank you for your understanding and support!

Exhibition:
Translasien – Ein Begegnungs- und Produktionsraum für Übersetzer und Übersetzerinnen aus süd- und ostasiatischen Sprachen

Translasien
From 9.12.2022, Foyer CATS Library
The literary production of South and East Asian countries is extensive, diverse and characterised by linguistic richness. Nevertheless, it is hardly noticed on the international book market, and due to the lack of translations, it is little known outside expert circles. [More...]

Taiwan Resource Center for Chinese Studies

TRCCS
On Dec. 13, 2022, the Taiwan Resource Center for Chinese Studies (TRCCS) was ceremoniously opened at the CATS Library. Under this cooperation agreement, the National Central Library in Taiwan will supply the East Asia Section of the CATS Library with hundreds of volumes of important sinological research literature from Taiwan, and provide access to relevant databases of the National Central Library and other Taiwanese research institutions. [More...]

Duplicate Sale

Dublettenverkauf
From now on, it is possible to buy duplicates at very reasonable prices in the CATS library. You will find the duplicate shelf when you turn right from the circulation desk towards the reading room, in the shelf area in front of the reading room. Have fun browsing!

New Acquisitions

Buddhist historiography in China Kieschnick, John: Buddhist historiography in China / John Kieschnick. -
New York: Columbia University Press, [2022]. - 288 Seiten
(The Sheng Yen series in Chinese Buddhist studies)
Signatur: BQ280.K54 B83 2022

Nāṭyaśāstraparyālocana - 1. Khaṇḍa Musalagam̐vakara, Sadāśivaśāstrī: Nāṭyaśāstraparyālocana
1. Khaṇḍa. - . -
Vārāṇasī: Caukhambhā Saṃskr̥ta Saṃsthāna, 2021. - 139, 331 Seiten : Illustrationen, Tabellen
(Kāśī Saṃskṛta granthamālā ; 366)
Signatur: ind 54 I 122/3370::1

¬The¬ laws of Manu The laws of Manu / Transl. with extracts from 7 comment. by Georg Buehler. - 3. repr.. -
Delhi: Motilal Banarsidass, 1970. - CXXXVIII, 620 S.
(The sacred books of the East ; 25)
Signatur: rel S 181::25

Taittirīyāraṇyakam Kṛṣṇayajurvedīyam - 2. Bhāgaḥ Taittirīyāraṇyakam Kṛṣṇayajurvedīyam
2. Bhāgaḥ. - . - Saṃskaraṇa prathama. -
Vārāṇasī: Caukhambā Saṃskṛta Sīrīja Āphisa, 2014. - 28, 8 Seiten, Seiten 682-1252
(Caukhambā Saṃskṛta sīrīja ; 151,2)
Signatur: ind 50 D 122/3365::2

Karma, reincarnation & our moral compass - ethics & value in the evolution of oneness Sachs, Robert: Karma, reincarnation & our moral compass : ethics & value in the evolution of oneness / Robert Sachs. -
New Delhi: Motilal Banarsidass International, 2022. - vii, 213 Seiten
Signatur: rel 52 F 22/3786

Testing the literary - prose and the aesthetic in early modern China Des Forges, Alexander Townsend: Testing the literary : prose and the aesthetic in early modern China / Alexander Des Forges. -
Cambridge, Massachussetts: Harvard University Asia Center, 2021. - XI, 293 Seiten
(Harvard-Yenching Institute monograph series ; 125)
Signatur: PL2405.D47 T47 2021

¬Die¬ Entdeckung des chinesischen Buddhismus - Walter Liebenthal (1886-1982) : ein Forscherleben im Exil Leutner, Mechthild: Die Entdeckung des chinesischen Buddhismus : Walter Liebenthal (1886-1982) : ein Forscherleben im Exil / Mechthild Leutner, Roberto Liebenthal. -
Berlin: Lit, [2021]. - 477 Seiten : Illustrationen
(Berliner China-Studien ; 57)
Signatur: DS734.9.L497 L48 2021

¬The¬ poetics of early Chinese thought - how the Shijing shaped the Chinese philosophical tradition Hunter, Michael: The poetics of early Chinese thought : how the Shijing shaped the Chinese philosophical tradition / Michael Hunter. -
New York: Columbia University Press, [2021]. - 228 Seiten
Signatur: PL2466.Z7 H86 2021

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