How do people understand the “spirit of Panglong” and how could it be revived or transformed in the conference’s 21st century configuration? What might a new understanding of Panglong’s legacy—...Read more
The conveners, Pete Millwood, Helena Ferreira Santos Lopes, Nelson Kaiho So and Sheng Peng, invite proposals for the 2016-2017 session of the Oxford International History of East Asia Research...Read more
Rui Graça Feijó has recently published Dynamics of Democracy in Timor-Leste: The Birth of a Democratic Nation, 1999-2012, which he was working on while a Visiting Scholar at St Antony's...Read more
‘What is South Asia’ Workshop 2016: Locating the Region in Social Sciences
24 May 2016, Venue: Haldane Room, Wolfson College, OX2 6UD,University of Oxford
South Asia...Read more
The Programme on Modern Burmese Studies at St Antony’s College is accepting applications to support travel for field work or conference presentations in Myanmar or related to Burmese Studies....Read more
Essays must be principally focused on some aspect of South Asia but may deal with any time period and may have been previously submitted in whole or in part as part of an Oxford degree.
Oxford Department of International Development and The Contemporary South Asian Studies Programme announce the SOUTH ASIA DAY
Political Thought in South Asia 20 MAY 2016
Supported by the Oxford City Council, Oxfordshire County Council, Oxford Brookes University, and the University of Oxford, among other partners, the Festival is a celebration of the arts, culture...Read more
Vernacular Architecture in Southeast Asia
Photographs by Carl Alexander Gibson-Hill and Paul Oliver
An exhibit at St Antony’s College, 13-28 April 2016...
The South Asian Political Thought Discussion Group will run as a weekly series in Trinity Term. In week 4 (20th May), a conference on South Asian Political Thought is being organised with funding...Read more