• Foundation of the EARL

    The EARL was created by two members of the University of Ljubljana, Faculty of Arts and Faculty of Social Sciences. An agreement to this effect was signed on 17 May 2016.

  • The purpose of the EARL

    The purpose of the EARL is to promote understanding and knowledge of East Asian region among scholars, practitioners, students and interested public from all corners of the world.

  • Location

    Find your way to the Central Social Sciences Library (map) - our front desk will guide you to the EARL.

About EARL

East Asia Resource Library (EARL) is a central reference point for the researchers of East Asian languages and cultures. EARL assures wide accessibility to the unique collection of digitalized primary sources, data, printed books and electronic sources available online in languages of the East Asian region, English and other world languages. The main purpose of the EARL is to facilitate a wider East-Asian network of institutions contributing literature and other teaching resources, with a view to promoting understanding between nations from the region and the local, but also regional interested public, students, and faculty. EARL hosts open events (lectures, presentations, round tables) focusing on subjects of relevance for participating partners and of interest to both Slovenian and international public. EARL publishes an occasional Newsletter on the previous and forthcoming events.

The EARL consists of four sections, to which Capital Library of China, Taiwan Resource Centre for Chinese Studies, and institutions from Japan and Korea contribute: China Corner Reading BeijingJapan CornerKorea CornerTaiwan Resource Centre for Chinese Studies.

The EARL Research Unit and its collaborators publish occasional papers on issues related to East Asia. For the collection visit here.

Publication of the book “Crisis as Danger and Hope: The Ethics of Pandemics, the Rise of Autocracies and the Dream of Autonomy in a Transcultural Perspective”

A new book by Jana S. Rošker entitled "Crisis as Danger and Hope: The Ethics of Pandemics, the Rise of Autocracies and the Dream of Autonomy in a Transcultural Perspective" was published on March 22, 2021, as part of the Studia Humanitatis Asiatica collection.

9. April 2021 | EARL

DUO-Korea Scholarship Program Application

We would like to inform you that from 5 April 2021 to 11 May 2021, applications for participation in the DUO-Korea program are open. The DUO-Korea Scholarship Program was established in 2001 with the aim of promoting a balanced and lasting exchange between South Korea and 30 European countries.

9. April 2021 | EARL

Taiwan’s Lost Commercial Films Restored

You are cordially invited to a virtual tour of two Taiwanese film classics and a relaxed conversation with film experts on 22 April 2021 at 4.30 pm. Two films in different genres, spy drama and comedy, will be presented to the Slovenian audience in April as part of the Taiwan Lost Commercial Films European tour, and will offer us valuable glimpses from Taiwan's past.

9. April 2021 | EARL

Online lecture by Prof. André Laliberté (University of Ottawa): »Filial piety in Taiwan’s religious ecology«

We are cordially inviting you to the online guest lecture by Prof. André Laliberté (University of Ottawa): »Filial piety in Taiwan’s religious ecology« on Thursday, April 15, 16:30-17:30 (CET).

2. April 2021 | EARL

Contact

East Asia Resource Library (EARL)
Central Social Sciences Library
Kardeljeva ploščad 5
1000 Ljubljana
Slovenia SI

Contact: earl@fdv.uni-lj.si

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Video authors: Klemen Babuder, Peter Bohanec, Martin Glažar.