The EFEO Paris Library - Maison de l'Asie

Information

Dear library users, the Efeo library is about to modernize its services, by the end of 2016 book loans and communications will be processed via the online catalog. Therefore, we will be asking you to register prior to coming to the library by visiting our online catalog and filling up the registration form, please be careful to choose "Maison de l'Asie" as homebranch (and not "Bulac"). 

This registration will have to be confirmed at the library's frontdesk with the staff.

Practical Informations

22, avenue du Président Wilson
75116 Paris
Tel. +33 (0)1 53 70 18 46
Fax +33 (0)1 53 70 87 60

email: bibliotheque@efeo.net

 

The EFEO Paris Library

Curator of the Library: Clément Froehlicher

 

The Asian Research Centres of the Maison de l'Asie


Depending on EHESS :

Depending on EPHE:

Opening hours

Monday to Friday from 9:00 am to 6:00 pm.

Document retrieval is not available from 12:00 noon to 1:00 pm and after 5:00 pm.

Annual closing from Christmas through New Year's (dates vary, check with staff).

Conditions of use

Registration is mandatory: please bring a valid ID or student ID.

How to get there

The EFEO library, together with the EHESS (Ecole des hautes etudes en sciences socials) and EPHE (Ecole partique des hautes etudes) Asian studies libraries, are located in the Maison de l'Asie: 22, avenue du Présudent Wilson, 75116 Paris:

* METRO : Line 6 (Trocadéro or Kleber stations) ; line 9 (Iéna station)
* BUS : Lines 63, 92 or 32.

Services

Loans

Borrowing privileges are restricted to EFEO staff and members of other research institutions located in the Maison de l'Asie.

Photocopies and reprography

A photocopier and a microform reader-printer are available to members of the public. 

NB: Due to conservation requirements, no photocopies may be made of rare, valuable or fragile books and publications.

Inter-library loan

The EFEO library participates in an inter-library loan scheme. Please contact the staff.

Some books are mentioned as "Disponible pour le PEB" in the SUDOC online catalog, yet it can happen that it is not the case. Please contact the ILL in charge who will confirm you if the book is available or not.

EFEO News
Conference ''Les chartistes et l'Asie''
Paris, France, 15 November 2018
The École des chartes and the EFEO organize the conference Les chartistes et l'Asie : destins croisés de l’École nationale des chartes et de l’École française d’Extrême-Orient.
- Thursday, November 15 at the ENC, 65 rue de Richelieu, Paris 2e (Delisle Room)
- Friday, November 16 at the EFEO, 22 avenue Président Wilson, Paris 16e (Grand salon 1st floor of the Maison de l'Asie)

Conference Program / Register
Lecture: ''L'imagerie populaire japonaise d'Ôtsu: un art oublié et son renouveau''
Strasbourg, France, 09 November 2018
As part of the European Salon des Métiers d'art RESONANCE[S] Christophe Marquet gives a lecture: The Japanese popular imagery Otsu: a forgotten art and its renewal from 17h to 18h30 at Parc Expo in Strasbourg.
International Conference ''Maritime Exchange and Localization across the South China Sea, 500 BC-500 AD''
Tainan, Taiwan, 09 November 2018
The EFEO is co-organizing with the Institute of Archeology, National Cheng-Kung University, the International Conference Maritime Exchange and Localization across the South China Sea, 500 BC-500 AD on November 9 and 10, 2018.
New Publications

Sequens 3 : Roland Lardinois, Sylvain Lévi et l'entrée du sanskrit au Collège de France

Études thématiques 30 : Daniel Perret (éd.), Writing for Eternity. A Survey of Epigraphy in Southeast Asia

Cahiers d'Extrême-Asie, vol. 26 (2017) : Droit et Bouddhisme Principe et pratique dans le Tibet prémoderne

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Communiqué
05 November 2018
Arlo Griffiths (EFEO), Emmanuel Francis (UMR CEIAS, CNRS-EHESS) and Annette Schmiedchen (Humboldt University of Berlin), with the participation of Florinda de Simini (L'Orientale University of Naples) are laureates of the call for projects of the European research council (ERC) synergy grant 2018 for the research project DHARMA : The Domestication of “Hindu” Asceticism and the Religious Making of South and Southeast Asia.