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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- Dreamers: How Young Indians are Changing the World
- what3words – tech4good in South Asia and beyond
- Baghdadi Jews in Asia: Geography, Antiquarianism, the Bible, and the making of the British Empire in Asia.
Professor Zvi Ben Dor Benite (NYU)
- Book Launch: Documentary Film in India
- On Cruelty and Care: Motherhood and the politics of de/renationalisation
Professor KumKum Sangari
- The Skull of Alum Bheg: The Life and Death of a Rebel of 1857
Dr Kim A. Wagner
- 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 Elizabeth Cecil (Leiden), and Dr Gethin Rees (British Library)
- Book Launch and Discussion: Memory, Identity and the Colonial Encounter in India: Essays in Honour of Peter Robb
Dr Gordon Johnson (RAS), Prof Francis Robinson (RAS and Royal Holloway), Prof Edward Simpson (SOAS South Asia Institute), Prof Ananya Jahanara Kabir (King's College, London), Dr Clive Dewey(Leicester) and Dr Eleanor Newbigin (SOAS)
- When Words Will Not Do: Theravada Buddhism and the Emergence of Violence
Professor Pradeep Jeganathan
- 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)