International Cooperations

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The IKGF is cooperating with selected institutions abroad to enable academic exchanges on specific aspects of its research topic including e.g. the exchange of scholars, mutual academic visits, and joint conferences.

The IKGF has international academic exchange agreements with:

Logo Zhouyi Center Center for Zhouyi & Ancient Chinese Philosophy at Shandong University, China

Given the prevailing role of the Book of Changes, the Yijing, among mantic practices in East Asia, the IKGF cooperates with one of the leading centers for Yijing studies in China.

Logo Templeton Project Templeton "Science and Religion in East Asia" Project, Science Culture Research Center, Seoul National University

The cooperation aims at launching joint studies into the history of the traditional forms of prediction in East Asia and Europe as well as comparative studies of Eastern and Western Science Studies.

Logo Warburg Institute Warburg Institute

The IKGF is honored that the Warburg Institute supports the IKGF as an Affiliated Institute collaborating in exchanges of scholars and in the planning of academic events.


Logo Intitute of Sociology at the Academia Sinica The Institute of Sociology at the Academia Sinica, Taipeh

The IKGF and the Institute of Sociology at the Academia Sinica are delighted about our academic cooperation with the aim of promoting mutual research projects, joint academic events, and the exchange of Visiting Fellows.


Logo Intitute for the Study of the Ancient World (ISAW) Institute for the Study of the Ancient World (ISAW), New York University

The IKGF and the ISAW signed a cooperation agreement to provide research opportunities for all parties and foster joint research between the two institutions. It builds on an institutional relationship and will regulate scholarly exchange and joint research.


Logo Ningxia University School of Humanities, Ningxia University

In their cooperation, the IKGF and the School of Humanities at Ningxia University in China have agreed to exchange researchers between the two institutions, in order to advance their learning and expertise. Both parties also will encourage their researchers to jointly apply for national and international research funding, and will share research materials and results of such joint research projects.