SOAS University of London

SOAS South Asia Institute

Asia Beyond Boundaries

Beyond Boundaries will examine the cultural constitution and configuration of the centres of political power, map how Sanskrit, Prakrit and Pali – the languages of political and religious discourse – came to be used across Asia, and analyse how temples, monastic organisations and landed estates emerged as autonomous socio-economic institutions with stable endowments. For more information on Beyond Boundaries, please visit the project homepage

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Forthcoming Events

Bodhgaya: Collections and Archives

Dr Sam van Schaik (British Library), Dr Michael Willis (British Museum), Dr Daniela Simone (British Museum), Dr Danièl Balogh (British Museum) and Dr Marc Miyake (British Museum)
13 November 2018, 21/22 Russell Square, T102, 2:00 PM - 5:00 PM

Cults of Viṣṇu in early India

Dr Serena Biondo (British Museum), Dr Gergely Hidas (British Museum), Dr Nirajan Kafle (Leiden), Sanne Mersch (Leiden), Dr Marion Rastelli (Austrain Academy of Social Sciences), and Dr Michael Willis (British Museum)
11 December 2018, 21/22 Russell Square, T102, 2:00 PM - 5:00 PM