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CfP: “Gendering Labor in Contemporary Asian Religions”

October 15, 2021

The Centre for East and Southeast Asian Studies at Lund University organizes the workshop "Gendering Labor in Contemporary Asian Religions" and has announced a call for papers. The workshop will investigate how worlds, individuals, collectives, and the things they produce

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TS4 Webinar Series: “The United States and the Thai Royal Family from a Historical Perspective”

October 15, 2021 - 02:00-03:30
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The Nordic Institute of Asian Studies (NIAS), the New York Southeast Asia Network (NYSEAN) and the Sydney Southeast Asia Centre (SSEAC) invite to their second TS 4 webinar with Prof Pavin Chachavalpongpun examinining the ties between the United States and

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Hybrid event: “CEAS 15 years: East Asia- The New Normal?”

October 15, 2021 - 09:00-16:00
Publicum PUB 3, University of Turku, Publicum building, 1st floor, Assistentinkatu 7
Turku, 20500 Finland
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This year, the Centre for East Asian Studies (CEAS) at the University of Turku celebrates its 15th anniversary with a two-day event (14-15 October). Find the full schedule on the event here and visit their website to register for the event. CEAS is very much

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Roundtable Discussion: “Gendered Engagements with the Covid-19 Pandemic”

October 15, 2021 - 13:00-15:00
online

As we can see from around the world, many people or activist groups have come forward in helping those who are affected by the pandemic in various ways, including providing food and temporary shelter, sharing mask-making skills, and so on.

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Perennial versus Inundation Colonial Engineering and the Crisis of River Control in South Asia” by Dr. Rohan D’Souza (Graduate School of Asian and African Area Studies, Kyoto University)

October 15, 2021 - 14:30-16:00
Zoom

British colonial rule, in the course of the long nineteenth century, introduced perennial canal irrigation in South Asia. Through a slew of infrastructures such as weirs, barrages and massive canal networks, colonial engineering assembled the first technologies and ideologies for

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