Research Seminars & Events
- Reading Edo Period Texts
Professor Peter Kornicki and Dr Jenny Preston
SOAS Japanese Manuscript Workshop
Following on from the 'Media and Materials in Early Modern Japan' symposium held in July 2015, this introductory workshop aims to equip participants with useful and efficient strategies for approaching kuzushiji and hentaigana texts. This workshop will be delivered by Professor Peter Kornicki and Dr Jenny Preston.
- Courbet after Sudjojono
Dr Kevin Chua (Texas Tech University, USA)
- At home with Andal: art, ornament and devotion in Srivilliputtur
Crispin Branfoot (Senior Lecturer in South Asian Art & Archaeology, Dept. of the History of Art & Archaeology, SOAS)
- Why were Bamboo Manuscripts Buried in Tombs in Early China?
Alain Thote, Ecole Pratique des Hautes Etudes, Paris
- Friedrich Sarre and how Islamic Art Came to Berlin
Dr Julia Gonnella, Curator, Museum for Islamische Kunst, Berlin
- Steppe Nomads and the Collapse of Hellenistic Bactria: Chinese and Greek Sources
Rachel Mairs, Department of Classics, University of Reading