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SOAS Centre of South East Asian Studies to host ASEAN film festival

SOAS University of London’s Centre of South East Asian Studies will be hosting a week-long festival showcasing South East Asian contemporary feature films from each of the ten member-states of the Association of Southeast Asian Nations (ASEAN): Brunei, Cambodia, Indonesia, Laos, Malaysia, Myanmar, Singapore, Philippines, Thailand and Vietnam.

17th May 2019

Indonesia Kontemporer 2018

Now in its 8th year the day long contemporary art and cultural festival drew an estimated 1,000 people on Saturday, 6 October despite the heavy rain.

6th October 2018

Jalur Rempah (Spice Trail) at Jakarta's Museum Nasional Indonesia Jalur Rempah (Spice Trail) at Jakarta’s Museum Nasional Indonesia

News from the region: Indonesia

Jakarta’s Museum Nasional Indonesia mounted a Jalur Rempah (Spice Trail) exhibition in late October to show how spices had changed the entire history of the Indonesian archipelago. A video first qualified the use of ‘Silk Road’, pointing out that many commodities were traded and spices were as precious as silk and more voluminous.


17th November 2015

Yoga expert James Mallinson to travel to world’s largest religious festival with actor and friend Dominic West for BBC Four documentary

Dr James Mallinson, SOAS’ resident Yoga expert and lecturer in Sanskrit and Classical Indian Studies, is appearing in a BBC Four documentary (Tuesday 8 September, 10pm) alongside his lifelong friend, acclaimed actor Dominic West (The Wire; BBC’s The Hour), as the two undertake a pilgrimage to the world’s largest religious and human festival, Kumbh Mela.

7th September 2015

Student Study Trip to Paris 2015 Student Study Trip to Paris 2015

In May 2015 Ashley Thompson, Christian Luczanits and Simone Green led 10 MA students from the Department of the History of Art and Archaeology on a fantastic exploration of Southeast Asian art museum and archival research collections in Paris.

31st May 2015

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