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Centres and Programmes Office

Events organised by the Centres and Programmes Office, SOAS, London

The events listing includes the weekly seminar series, workshops, annual lectures, film screenings, conferences, book launches/readings, performances and symposiums. The events are organised with academic staff from all disciplines across the School and are often co-hosted with external organisations.  

Most of the events organised are free and open to both internal and external audiences, unless otherwise stated.

For further information about any of the events listed below please contact the Centres & Programmes Office team

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2016

May

03/05/16
06/05/16
09/05/16
10/05/16
  • Epigraphy at Bodhgaya
  • Dr Dániel Balogh (British Museum), Dr Tilman Frasch (Manchester Metropolitan), Dr Gergely Hidas (British Museum) Dr Sam van Schaik (British Library), Dr Vincent Tournier (SOAS, University of London), and Dr Michael Willis (British Museum)
10/05/16
  • The Practice of Recollecting
  • Ms Kyunghee Yoon; Mr Gyounggeun Yoo; Mr Seung Ryoul Park; Ms Hyunju Park
  • Panel Discussion to Commemorate the 2nd Anniversary of Sewol Ferry Disaster

10/05/16
13/05/16
16/05/16
17/05/16
20/05/16
21/05/16
  • Film Screening: Journey into Europe
  • Professor Akbar Ahmed and Professor Peter Morey
  • Film screening of Journey into Europe and panel discussion with discussants Professor Akbar Ahmed and Professor Peter Morey (Executive Producer). Chaired by Dr Amina Yaqin.

24/05/16
27/05/16
27/05/16
  • TBC
  • Professor Miriam Lowensteinova (Charles University, Prague)
31/05/16
  • 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. 

31/05/16

June

01/06/16
03/06/16
10/06/16
14/06/16

September

30/09/16
  • TBA
  • Dr. Eunju Bährisch (Freie Universität Berlin)

October

05/10/16
26/10/16
  • Title TBC
  • Prof Hugh Whittaker (University of Oxford)
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November

December

15/12/16
  • TBC
  • Professor Bruce Aronson (Hitotsubashi University)