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.
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- Coerced Cosmopolitanism? Exile, Diplomacy and Conversion Among Lankan Elites up to 1700
Zoltan Biedermann (University College London)
- Internationalism from Below: Maulana Bhashani and the Peasants of Pakistan, 1950s-’60s
Layli Uddin (British Library)
- Among the Rodents of Colonial Rangoon
Jonathan Saha (University of Leeds)
- Kucha in the 4th-6th century CE: A kingdom rising on the Silk Road
Dr Chao-jung Ching 慶昭蓉 (Centre de Recherche sur les Civilisations de l'Asie Orientale)
- Savarkar’s Foremothers: Nation, Religion and Community in Maharashtrian Women’s Writings at the End of the Nineteenth Century
Padma Anagol (University of Cardiff)
- On Cruelty and Care: Motherhood and the politics of de/renationalisation
Professor KumKum Sangari
- Revisiting the Traikūṭakas and historical problems in western India
Prof Hans T. Bakker (British Museum), Dr Dániel Balogh (British Museum), Francesco Bianchini (Oxford), Dr Serena Biondo (British Museum), Robert Bracey (British Museum), Dr Gethin Rees (British Library), and Dr Michael Willis (British Museum)
- Newar Buddhism
Prof Alexander von Rospatt (UC Berkeley) and Dr Iain Sinclair (Monash University)
- Insults and Apologies in Early Indian Buddhism: The Etiquette of Everyday Monasticism
Dr Christopher Handy (Leiden)