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October 2021

Malay Manuscripts: A Guide to Paper and Watermarks. The Collected Works of Russell Jones (1972–2015)

October 27

Abstract This special issue of the SOAS-based journal Indonesia and the Malay World gathers together the key works of the late Dr Russell Jones (1926–2019) on the paper used for copying Malay manuscripts and their watermarks. A pioneer in the field of Malay codicology, Dr Jones’ groundbreaking work transformed the way in which they were viewed and approached, and remain of fundamental importance today. Research on paper and watermarks can not only help us understand the development of the Malay…

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(Re)contextualising the Dong Duong Buddhist art gallery at the Museum of Cham Sculpture in Da Nang

October 28

Abstract Constructed in 875 CE under the reign of Indravarman II, the Đồng Dương Monastery was once the largest Buddhist sites of the Champa kingdoms. Excavations conducted by the École française d'Extrême-Orient in the early 20th century unearthed numerous Buddhist artefacts dating to around the 9th and 10th centuries, which are today exhibited at many museums in Vietnam and abroad. This lecture critically examines the Đồng Dương Buddhist gallery at the Museum of Cham Sculpture in Da Nang. It argues…

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November 2021

International Relations with H.E. Chan Heng Chee

November 10

The Southeast Asia Lecture Hall is a series of 10 virtual lectures from world-class scholars that will be delivered to more than 1000 students from across all 11 Southeast Asian countries. The series will take place starting from August 2021 to March 2022, with each lecture taking place every 3 weeks. Initiated by Foreign Policy Community of Indonesia, the Southeast Asia Lecture Hall is the first program of its kind in the region. The Southeast Asia Lecture Hall was conceived…

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M.A in Southeast Asian Studies (International Program) is Calling for Application of Spring Semester 2021 Intake

November 14 - November 15
Bangkok, Thailand, Bangkok
Bangkok, Thailand

OVERVIEW Southeast Asia has long been the crossroad of civilization, trade, communication, and power due to its strategic geographical location. The region has become a well-known tourist destination, as well as a region of rich biodiversity, economic growth and dynamic political development. It has inspired a great number of studies in various disciplines, contributing to a vast body of knowledge on the region. Southeast Asia avails itself to scrutiny, scholastic challenges, and positive reactions to the new-millennium changes. Through ASEAN,…

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