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Centre of South East Asian Studies

Centre of South East Asian Studies 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.

Registration is essential to guarantee a place.

For further information contact the Centres and Programmes Office.

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2017

January

12/01/17
13/01/17
17/01/17

February

07/02/17
21/02/17
28/02/17

March

14/03/17
16/03/17

May

16/05/17
16/05/17
  • Approaches to the Study of Khmer and Cham Art
  • Tran Ky Phuong, Soumya James
  • The Centre of South East Asian Studies (CSEAS), with the support of the Southeast Asian Art Academic Programme (SAAAP), is delighted to announce the upcoming research event Approaches to the Study of Khmer and Cham Art on 16 May 2017.

24/05/17

June

05/06/17
  • Truth and Fiction in the Age of the Strongman: Filipino Writers on Rodrigo Duterte's Philippines
  • Miguel Syjuco & Candy Gourlay
  • This panel discussion looks at the interconnections between Philippine Fiction Writing and Journalism in the time of “tokhang,” schizophrenic populism and Duterte’s unique brand of nationalism. Filipino writers in the diaspora will seek to interrogate the ideas of Post-modernist knowledge construction and its end-games, activism and protest in a post-truth world and the role of fiction in a democracy.

July

04/07/17
  • Disjuncture, Interference and Critical Heritage: Reflections from the Field
  • Rasmi Shoocongdej (SOAS Centenary Fellow) in conversation with SOAS Professors Paul Basu, Rachel Harrison, Scott Redford, Ashley Thompson and PhD candidate Udomluck Hoontrakul
  • An afternoon with SOAS Centenary Fellow Rasmi Shoocongdej, Professors Paul Basu, Rachel Harrison, Scott Redford, Ashley Thompson and Udomluck Hoontrakul

06/07/17
  • Annual Philippine Studies Workshop
  • The Third Annual Philippine Studies Workshop invites scholars and Ph.D. students to present ongoing,  upcoming and recently completed works on the Philippines and its peoples, including those in the diaspora.

07/07/17

August

September

October

04/10/17
18/10/17

November

15/11/17
15/11/17
26/11/17

December

06/12/17