SOAS South Asia Institute Events
The events draw a varied audience with an interest in the region.
All events are free and open to the public unless otherwise stated. Admission is on a first-come, first-served basis.
For further information contact the Institute on email@example.com
Please note that every effort has been made to ensure that the information contained on the website is as accurate as possible. We cannot guarantee, however, that subsequent changes have not been made. Please be advised to check information relating to scheduled events by using the contact information provided.
- Prof Lawrence Saez, Hybrid capitalism and the development of a welfare state in Asia
Professor Lawrence Saez
Inaugural Lecture, Prof Lawrence Saez, Hybrid capitalism and the development of a welfare state in Asia
- Wronged by Empire: Colonial Memories and Victimhood in India's and China's Foreign Policy Today
Manjari Chatterjee Miller
- Prof Gurharpal Singh, Democracy and religious minorities in India: A long-term view
Professor Gurharpal Singh
Inaugural Lecture, Prof Gurharpal Singh, Democracy and religious minorities in India: A long-term view
- The Beginnings of Organisation among Indian Seamen, 1918-1930
Naina Manjrekar (SOAS)
- Karachi and 1960s Cinema: Cultural Wounds and the Production of Sameness
Dr Kamran Asdar Ali
- Unruly Subjects and Freedom Imagining: Transborder Connections in Colonial India
Professor Yasmin Saikia (Arizona State University)
- Between the Bedroom and the Courthouse: Domesticity, Economy, and Secularism in Colonial India
Dr Julia Stephens (Oxford & Princeton)
- Enmeshed Socio-Economic Legalities - Women and Islam in South Asia
Professor Werner Menski / Associate Professor Gopika Solanki
- Gandhi and the Lessons of Chauri Chaura
Prof Karuna Mantena (Yale)
- In Praise of Empire? Indian Testimonials in the Impeachment Trial of Warren Hastings
Prof Robert Travers (Cornell)
- Simon Digby Memorial Conference
The conference brings together some of the most renowned scholars of pre-modern South Asia who knew Simon Digby personally as well as younger scholars who have been influenced by his path-breaking work.