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Welcome to the Institute of Asia and Pacific Studies

The Institute of Asia and Pacific Studies (IAPS) was created to provide a focus for interdisciplinary research and teaching on Asia.

Based in the School of Politics and International Relations, IAPS provides an interdisciplinary forum for academic discussions on politics, economics and social developments in Asia. Our interdisciplinary research and teaching programmes are informed by the members of IAPS' long standing engagement with the region.

Under its Director, Professor Katharine Adeney, IAPS welcomes proposals to form external networks and collaborations. Members of staff currently work with (among others) the Royal United Services Institute, the University of the Philippines, the Australian National University, the University of Bristol, the University of Edinburgh, Delhi University, Hyderabad University, Burdwan University and the London School of Economics.

Research

 
See more about our research projects on the research pages or browse our recent publications.
 

Events 

CPI Seminar by Dr Jennifer Hsu

Date
21 February 2017 (16:00-18:00)
Location:
B2 The Hemsley (Staff Club) UPC

CPI Seminar Russian-Chinese "Strategic Partnership" by Dr Mikhail Karpov

Date
23 March 2017 (16:00-18:00)
Location:
B1 Hemsley, Universiity Park

BASAS Annual Conference 2017

Date
19 (12:00) - 21 April 2017 (12:00)
Location:
The University of Nottingham

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News

PhD success for Oana Burcu

Description
The School of Politics and International Relations is delighted to report that Oana Burcu has successfully passed her PhD viva with minor corrections.
Date:
16 February 2017

IAPS funding for Freddie Stephenson

Description
The Institute of Asia and Pacific Studies has granted funding to Freddie Stephenson to support his fieldwork in Hong Kong and Shanghai.
Date:
02 December 2016

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IAPS Dialogue

 

 

Institute of Asia and Pacific Studies

Law and Social Sciences Building
The University of Nottingham
University Park
Nottingham, NG7 2RD

telephone: +44 (0)115 846 8135
email: iaps@nottingham.ac.uk