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Previous Events

2019

The Irish and Indian Constitutions in International Comparative Perspective: from de Valera to Modi

Date
14 June 2019
Location:
B1, The Hemsley, University Park
Description
This workshop brings together leading scholars from Ireland, India and the UK and from across disciplinary boundaries (Law, Anthropology, History, Politics) for a two-day workshop at the University of Nottingham Asian Research Institute.

India's 2019 Elections: Majoritarianism, Pluralism, and Democracy

Date
11 - 12 June 2019
Location:
University of Bristol
Description
The workshop will assess the 2019 Indian General Election as a democratic exercise.

UoN ARI-CSPI presents: Populism and the Discourse of Malaysia's Pakatan Harapan (Alliance of Hope) - Dr Khairil Ahmad (University of Nottingham - Malaysia)

Date
28 May 2019
Location:
A21, Trent Building, University Park
Description
The University of Nottingham Asia Research Institute is delighted to be hosting a joint event with the Centre for the Study of Political Ideologies (CSPI) on Tuesday 28 May.

China Transformed

Date
23 May 2019
Location:
A40, Sir Clive Granger Building
Description
CEACS is delighted to be inviting Dr. Howard Chiang (UC Davis) to deliver a talk entitled 'China Transformed'.

Liberalism and Democracy in Myanmar - Professor Ian Holliday (Vice-President, University of Hong Kong)

Date
22 May 2019
Location:
A21, Trent Building, University Park
Description
The University of Nottingham Asia Research Institute is delighted to be inviting Professor Ian Holliday, Vice-President at the University of Hong Kong to deliver a talk for their Seminar Series.

India and Indonesia's Personal Data Grab - Dr Jacqueline Hicks (University of Nottingham)

Date
16 May 2019
Location:
b7, The Hemsley, University Park
Description
The next instalment of the ARI seminar series. Speaker TBC.

Macabre Social Capital: The Families of Pakistan's Lashkar-e-Taiba

Date
01 May 2019
Location:
A21, Trent Building, University Park
Description
The University of Nottingham Asia Research Institute will be hosting a joint event with the Centre for Conflict, Security and Terrorism, inviting Professor Christine Fair (Georgetown).

Asia Research Institute Seminar Series: Dr Diego Maiorano (National University of Singapore) - Title TBC

Date
11 April 2019
Location:
A21, Trent Building, University Park
Description
The University of Nottingham Asia Research Institute is delighted to be inviting Dr Diego Maiorano (National University of Singapore)

Another Look at the 'Masculinisation' of Women in the Cultural Revolution

Date
27 March 2019
Location:
a41, Sir Clive Granger Building
Description
CEACS is delighted to be inviting Professor Harriet Evans (University of Westminster) to deliver a talk entitled 'Another Look at the 'Masculisation' of Women in the Cultural Revolution'.

A Question of Class? Relations between the People's Republic of China and the Algerian Front Libération Nationale (1955-1963) - Dr Anton Harder (Nottingham)

Date
21 March 2019
Location:
A21, Trent Building, University Park
Description
The next instalment of the ARI seminar series, inviting Dr Anton Harder.

The Domestic Roots of Cross-Strait Relations: China and Taiwan in the Evolving Asian Context - Professor Joseph Fewsmith (Boston)

Date
14 March 2019
Location:
A48 Clive Granger, University Park
Description
Public lecture by Professor Joseph Fewsmith on The Domestic Roots of Cross-Strait Relations: China and Taiwan in the Evolving Asian Context.

'Tibet Fever' in Chinese Cinema Today - Professor Chris Berry (King's College London)

Date
27 February 2019
Location:
a41, Sir Clive Grainger Building
Description
CEACS is delighted to be inviting Professor Chris Berry (King's College London) to deliver a talk titled ''Tibet Fever' in Chinese Cinema Today'

COTCA-Asia Research Institute Seminar: Manchukuo/wartime iconography (Title TBC)

Date
21 February 2019
Location:
B2, The Hemsley, University Park
Description
Dr. Kari Shepherdson-Scott (Macalester College) is to deliver a talk on the topic of Manchukuo/wartime iconography for a joint COTCA-ARI seminar.

China's Evolving Foreign Policy and Implications for Cross-Strait Relations - Prof Rumi Aoyama (Waseda University)

Date
14 February 2019
Location:
B1, The Hemsley, University Park
Description
The Taiwan Studies Programme (TSP) is delighted a to announce a seminar by Professor Rumi Aoyama Waseda Institute of Contemporary Chinese Studies, Waseda University, Japan talking on China's Evolving Foreign Policy and Implications for Cross-Strait Relations.

Asia Research Institute Seminar Series: TBC

Date
14 February 2019
Location:
b7, The Hemsley, University Park
Description
The next instalment of the ARI seminar series. Speaker TBC.

Affective Media and Intimate Geography Conference

Date
06 - 07 February 2019
Location:
Lakeside Arts Centre, University Park
Description
On Wednesday 6 and Thursday 7 February, 3-8pm on both days, CEACS will be inviting a number of Chinese queer filmmakers for a conference titled 'Affective Media and Intimate Geography'.

The Developmental Citizen: Hindu Refugees and India's Post-colonial Governmentalities

Date
30 January 2019
Location:
B2, The Hemsley, University Park
Description
Dr. Uditi Sen (Nottingham) is to deliver a talk entitled 'The Developmental Citizen: Hindu Refugees and India's Post-colonial Governmentalities' for the next instalment of the ARI seminar series.

COTCA-Asia Research Institute: Mapping China under Japanese Occupation: Spatial Configurations of State Power during Wartime (1937 - 1945)

Date
24 January 2019
Location:
b7, The Hemsley, University Park
Description
Dr. David Serfass (EHESS-Paris) is to deliver a talk entitled 'Mapping China under Japanese Occupation: Spatial Configurations of State Power during Wartime (1937 - 1945)' for a joint COTCA-Asia Research Institute seminar.

2018

Cultural production in a polyglot society: British Malaya, 1900-1940

Date
13 December 2018
Location:
b7, The Hemsley, University Park
Description
The Cultures of Occupation in Twentieth Century Asia Project (COTCA) is delighted to be inviting Professor Lynn Holen Lees (University of Pennsylvania) to our seminar series.

Transnational Asia Symposium

Date
08 December 2018
Location:
F4B09a, University of Nottingham Kuala Lumpur Teaching Centre (KLTC)
Description
The event will open with a keynote address by Professor Tim Bunnell (National University of Singapore) followed by a series of panels featuring researchers at Monash and Nottingham universities working broadly on media and migration.

'A Romance of Industry': Labor Migration, Mining, and the Company Town in British Burma, 1906-1935

Date
06 December 2018
Location:
A21, Trent Building, University of Nottingham
Description
The University of Nottingham Asia Research Institute is delighted to invite Dr David Baillargeon (COCTA/University of Nottingham) to our seminar series.

Political Cleavages of New and Old Democracies: A Global Review Analysis

Date
29 November 2018
Location:
A21, Trent Building, University Park
Description
The University of Nottingham Asia Research Institute and REPRESENT are delighted to be inviting Dr Jaemin Shim (GIGA) to this joint seminar as part of our seminar series.

New Youth Labour Activism in Taiwan after 2014 Sunflower Movement

Date
26 November 2018
Location:
b7, The Hemsley Building, University Park
Description
The Taiwan Study Programme and The Centre for the Study of Social and Global Justice (CSSGJ) are delighted to invite Dr Chui Yu-Bin (National Pingtung University in Taiwan) to this joint seminar as part of our wider seminar series.

Engaging the Mainstream: Journalism in China's Japan Policy, 1949-1964

Date
22 November 2018
Location:
b7, The Hemsley Building, University Park
Description
The Cultures of Occupation in Twentieth Century Asia Project (COTCA) is delighted to invite Dr Casper Wits (Cambridge University) for our seminar series.

Imagining a 'Free' Asia: The capturing of King Bhumibol and Queen Sirikit's 1960 visit to Burma on Film

Date
15 November 2018
Location:
b7, The Hemsley Building, University Park
Description
The University of Nottingham Asia Research Institute is delighted to be inviting Dr Matthew Phillips (Aberystwyth University) for our seminar series.

Global Media and China (Sage): Meet the Editors

Date
07 November 2018
Location:
A21, Trent Building, University Park
Description
Institute for Screen Industries Research, Centre for Contemporary East Asian Cultural Studies, and the Asia Research Institute are delighted to present Global Media and China (Sage): Meet the Editors.

New perspectives on the Sino-Japanese War

Date
01 November 2018
Location:
b7, The Hemsley Building, University Park
Description
The Cultures of Occupation in Twentieth Century Asia Project (COTCA) is delighted to invite Professor Tzu-chin Huan (Academia Sinica, Taipei) to our seminar series.

Roundtable on the incarceration of Uyghurs in Xinjiang, China

Date
25 October 2018
Location:
A21, Trent Building, University Park
Description
The University of Nottingham Asia Research Institute is delighted to invite Dr Rachel Harris (SOAS), Dr Jo Smith Finlay (Newcastle) and Dr Rian Thum (Nottingham) to our seminar series.

Chinese visual arts and film: Interventions, comparisons and chaos

Date
24 October 2018
Location:
a41, Sir Clive Granger Building, University Park
Description
In this lecture, Stephanie Donald considers different projects that she has undertaken over the last several years in order to understand the continuities and insights that working in Chinese visual arts and film afford to Humanities scholarship.

Small Talk (日常對話) Film Screening, Panel Discussion and Launch of the Taiwan Film Festival UK Student Journalism Prize

Date
19 October 2018
Location:
a41, Sir Clive Granger Building, University Park
Description
We are pleased to be hosting a film screening of Small Talk (????) (dir. Huang Huichen), followed by a panel discussion as part of the launch of the Taiwan Film Festival UK Student Journalism Prize - organised by the Taiwan Studies Programme in collaboration with the Centre for Contemporary East Asian Studies and Taiwan Film Festival UK.

How Pakistan lost the Great South Asian War: Relations between India and Pakistan since their nuclear tests in 1998

Date
11 October 2018
Location:
A2, Law & Social Sciences Building, University Park

Taiwan and Vatican Relations in Perspective

Date
10 October 2018
Location:
A21 Trent Building, University Park
Description
Organised by the Taiwan Study Programme, as part of the University of Nottingham Asia Research Institute, this event will be inviting Dr Chou-seng Tou (TECO) and Dr Tsung-ming Chen (Leuven) to discuss relations between Taiwan and Vatican City.

Nottingham-Fudan Seminar: The Belt and Road Initiative

Date
08 October 2018
Location:
A18 Si Yuan Centre, Jubilee Campus
Description
Hosted by the University of Nottingham's Asia Research Institute and Nottingham Centre for Infrastructure.

Reflections on the Pakistan Elections 2018

Date
14 September 2018
Location:
b7, The Hemsley, University Park
Description
Workshop co-sponsored by the University of Nottingham Asia Research Institute and the Politics of South Asia Specialist Group of the Political Studies Association.

China Trans Formed

Date
23 May 2018
Location:
A40, Sir Clive Granger Building, University Park
Description
In this talk Dr Howard Chiang introduces the major findings from his latest monograph, After Eunuchs: Science, Medicine, and the Transformation of Sex in Modern China (2018).

Embattled intermediaries: MNC-host government relations and the need for greater 'China literacy'

Date
17 May 2018
Location:
B2 The Hemsley
Description
The Institute for Asia and Pacific Studies is delighted to host Dr Adreas Fulda (SPIR) and SPIR PhD candidate Martin Thorley. Title TBC

India, China and the fear of the state next door, 1950-62

Date
10 May 2018
Location:
B2 The Hemsley Building
Description
The Institute of Asia and Pacific Studies is delighted to announce Dr Bérénice Guyot-Réchard, King's College London, will be presenting our next seminar on Thursday 10th May 2017

Reluctant Warriors, Conflicted Allies: Germany, Japan and the International Security Order

Date
26 April 2018
Location:
B7 The Hemsley
Description
The Institute for Asia and Pacific studies welcomes Prof. Ellis Kraus (University of California San Diego) on Thursday 26th April

CPEC Conference 6-8 April 2018

Date
06 - 08 April 2018
Description
Joint IAPS-LUMS Conference on CPEC

Freedom of Expression in Bangladesh: space for dissent closes down

Date
22 March 2018
Location:
B63 Law and Social Sciences Building, University Park
Description
The Institute for Asia and Pacific Studies is delighted to welcome Sara Hossain to present our annual Tomlinson lecture.

Economic and Social Rights

Date
22 March 2018
Location:
A44 Sir Clive Granger Building
Description
To accompany our Tomlinson Annaul Lecutre, the Institute for Asia and Pacific Studies will host a roundtable on Economic and Social Rights with Sara Hossain

Making Films Inside and Outside Hong Kong

Date
09 March 2018
Location:
University Park
Description
he Institute for Asia and Pacific Studies is delighted to sponsor Directors Mabel Cheung and Alex Law in Conversation: Making Films Inside and Outside Hong Kong.

IAPS/COCTA seminar with Andrea Germer, Dusseldorf University

Date
08 March 2018
Location:
A19 Trent Building
Description
? The Institute for Asia and Pacific Studies collaborate with the Cultures of Occupation in Twentieth Century Asia (COTCA) project to welcome Prof. Andrea Germer, Dusseldorf University

CANCELLED: Patronage, sub-contracted governance and the limits of electoral coordination in Pakistan and India

Date
01 March 2018
Location:
B2 The Hemsley Building, University Park
Description
?Adnan Naseemullah, King's College London, will present to the Institute of Asia and Pacific Studies.

A talk by Professor Chris Berry (King's College London)

Date
27 February 2018
Location:
a41, Sir Clive Granger Building
Description
Centre for Contemporary East Asian Cultural Studies (CEACS) Public Lecture

CANCELLED: Local Action to Global "Agritprop": Digital Representations of Chinese Occupy Movements

Date
15 February 2018
Location:
B7 The Hemsley, University Park
Description
?Rachel Marsden (University of Melbourne) will present to IAPS and COTCA.

Audible Fragments: listening to Indonesian modernities through popular music

Date
08 February 2018
Location:
B7 The Hemsley, University Park
Description
The Institute for Asia and Pacific Studies collaborates with the Cultures of Occupation in Twentieth Century Asia (COTCA) project to present Russell P Skelchy.

Strikes in the Indian automobile industry: The cases of Maruti Suzuki and Bajaj Auto

Date
01 February 2018
Location:
B2 The Hemsley Building
Description
The Institute for Asia and Pacific studies is delighted to announce that Joerg Nowak will be presenting the first of our seminars for 2018.
 

2017

CANCELLED China and India: Asia's emergent great powers

Date
14 December 2017
Location:
B7 Hemsley, University Park
Description
Dr Chris Ogden, University of St Andrews will present in the 2017/18 Institute of Asia and Pacific Studies seminar series.

Japan's WWII occupation of Java as transnational history

Date
07 December 2017
Location:
B7 Hemsley, University Park
Description
Ethan Mark presents a joint IAPS/COTCA seminar on Japan's WWII Occupation of Java as Transnational History.

Film viewing of My Pure Land

Date
04 December 2017
Location:
Broadway Cinema
Description
Institute of Asia and Pacific Studies and the Centre for the Study of Social and Global Justice presents a film viewing of My Pure Land.

Hindu nationalism and Indian foreign policy towards Pakistan

Date
30 November 2017
Location:
B2 Hemsley, University Park
Description
Raja Qaiser Ahmed, Quaid-i-Azam University, Islamabad will present in the 2017/18 Institute of Asia and Pacific Studies seminar series.

Asian peace movements as the missing link?

Date
23 November 2017
Location:
B46 Trent Building, University Park
Description
Dr Rachel Leow, University of Cambridge will present a joint IAPS/COTCA seminar

Wartime imaginings of an archipelagic community

Date
16 November 2017
Location:
B2 Hemsley, University Park
Description
Dr Sandra Khor Manickam, Erasmus University will present a joint IAPS/COTCA seminar.

Challenging Section 377 in the Commonwealth of Nations: The importance of plurality and context

Date
02 November 2017
Location:
B7 Hemsley, University Park
Description
Ibtisam Ahmed, University of Nottingham, School of Politics and International Relations will present an IAPS seminar.

MADE. The Play

Date
26 October 2017
Location:
C27 Physics Building, University of Nottingham
Description
Brett Lee Roberts - MADE. The Play. Bangladesh makes clothes for everyone, if it wasn't for us, they'd be naked.

Working with the media

Date
19 October 2017
Location:
B7 Hemsley, University Park
Description
Presented by Charlotte Anscombe, Media Relations Manager, Arts and Social Sciences.

Politics as Negotiations: Eroding Caste Norms in Rural South India

Date
12 October 2017
Location:
A3 Law and Social Sciences Building, University Park
Description
Dr Diego Maiorano, Leverhulme Trust Early Career fellow School of Politics and International Relations will present an IAPS seminar.

China's Claims in the South China Sea and the Dispute Settlement after the Arbitration: A Chinese Perspective

Date
05 October 2017
Location:
B7 Hemsley, University Park
Description
IAPS seminar series presents Mr Ye Qiang, Research Associate, National Institute for South China Sea Studies.

India@70

Date
21 September 2017
Location:
University of Nottingham
Description
A one-day multidisciplinary conference marking the 70th anniversary of India's independence hosted by the Institute of Asia and Pacific Studies and the School of Cultures, Languages and Area Studies at the University of Nottingham.

"Films, songs or fountain pens": Late colonial responses to Chinese media in Britain's East Asian empire

Date
18 May 2017
Location:
A11 Highfield House
Description
Dr Jeremy Taylor from the Department of History, Nottingham, will present to IAPS on 18 May on '"Films, songs or fountain pens": Late colonial responses to Chinese media in Britain's East Asian empire'.

Between Grand Strategy and grandstanding: the international and domestic politics of foreign policy in 21st Century Japan

Date
11 May 2017
Location:
B7 The Hemsley
Description
Dr Giulio Pugliese from King's College London will present to IAPS on 11 May on 'Between Grand Strategy and grandstanding: the international and domestic politics of foreign policy in 21st Century Japan'.

BASAS Annual Conference 2017

Date
19 - 21 April 2017
Location:
The University of Nottingham
Description
BASAS 2017 will be hosted by the University of Nottingham's Institute of Asia and Pacific Studies (IAPS) and Nottingham Trent University's Postcolonial Studies Centre.

Humiliation, Pride and Identity: An Analysis of Chinese Nationalism in the Digital Age

Date
06 April 2017
Location:
A11 Highfield House
Description
Jing Cheng from the School of Politics and International Relations, Nottingham, will present to IAPS on 6 April on 'Humiliation, Pride and Identity: An Analysis of Chinese Nationalism in the Digital Age'.

An inescapable comparison: Casteism and racism in the diaspora

Date
30 March 2017
Location:
A11 Highfield House
Description
Dr Meena Dhanda from the University of Wolverhampton will present to IAPS on 30 March on 'An inescapable comparison: Casteism and racism in the diaspora'.

Ethnic tourism in Vietnam

Date
23 March 2017
Location:
A11 Highfield House
Description
Dr Esther Bott from the School of Sociology and Social Policy, Nottingham, will present to IAPS on 23 March on 'Ethnic tourism in Vietnam'.

Counter-terrorist legislation in India and the UK

Date
16 March 2017
Location:
A01 Highfield House
Description
Dr Shruti Bedi from Panjab University will present a joint IAPS/CST seminar on 16 March on 'Counter-terrorist legislation in India and the UK'.

Cold War Public Diplomacy and the Rise of the 'Tiers-Monde'

Date
14 March 2017
Location:
A39 Sir Clive Granger Building
Description
Lecture by Jason Parker, Associate Professor of History at Texas A&M University.

America in the 'Asian Century': a one day symposium

Date
14 March 2017
Location:
A09 Highfield House
Description
Hosted by the Department of American and Canadian Studies in association with the Institute of Asia and Pacific Studies.

Feminist Activism and NGO work in Contemporary Nepal - In Conversation with Sharmila Thapa

Date
02 March 2017
Location:
B2 The Hemsley Building
Description
Sharmila Thapa from Samida Women Development Forum will present to IAPS on 2 March on Feminist Activism and NGO work in Contemporary Nepal.

Beyond Ideology? Measuring the Intensity of the Government-Opposition Divide from Legislative Speeches

Date
23 February 2017
Location:
B2 The Hemsley Building
Description
Professor Airo Hino will present to IAPS on 23 February on 'Beyond Ideology? Measuring the Intensity of the Government-Opposition Divide from Legislative Speeches: An Application to Japanese Parliamentary Debates, 1953-2013'.
 

2016

Conferencing the International: making India in London during the Round Table Conferences, 1930-32

Date
15 December 2016
Location:
A19 Trent Building
Description
Professor Stephen Legg from the School of Geography will present to IAPS on 15 December on 'Conferencing the International: making India in London during the Round Table Conferences, 1930-32'.

Complicating the 'Muslim ghetto' in urban India

Date
08 December 2016
Location:
A40 Clive Granger
Description
Dr Raphael Susewind will present to IAPS on 8 December on Complicating the 'Muslim ghetto' in urban India.

The contested role of foreign and domestic foundations in the PR China

Date
10 November 2016
Location:
A19 Trent Building
Description
Andreas Fulda will present to IAPS on 10 November on the contested role of foreign and domestic foundations in the PR China: policies, positions, paradigms, power.

IAPS seminar - Andrew Wyatt

Date
03 November 2016
Location:
A09 Highfield House
Description
Dr Andrew Wyatt (Bristol) will present to IAPS on 3 November (title tbc).

Expanding, Not Shrinking Social Programmes: Efforts to Tackle Poverty and Inequality in Brazil, India, China and South Africa since 2003

Date
20 October 2016
Location:
A19 Trent Building
Description
Professor James Manor will present on 20 October on Expanding, Not Shrinking Social Programmes: Efforts to Tackle Poverty and Inequality in Brazil, India, China and South Africa since 2003.

Chinese hydropower projects in Asia and Africa

Date
13 October 2016
Location:
A42 Clive Granger
Description
May Tan-Mullins (UNNC) will present to IAPS on 13 October on Evaluating the behavior of Chinese stakeholders engaged in large hydropower projects in Asia and Africa.

Languages in India: A settled issue?

Date
06 October 2016
Location:
A19 Trent Building
Description
Dr Papia Sengupta (JNU, Delhi) will present to IAPS on 6 October on Languages in India: A settled issue?

IAPS welcome seminar

Date
29 September 2016
Location:
A19 Trent Building
Description
Introductory seminar to welcome and introduce new IAPS members.

Emergency cultures: New approaches to the study of late colonialism and the Cold War in Malaya, Singapore and Hong Kong

Date
08 July 2016
Location:
Si Yuan Centre
Description
A one-day workshop on 'Emergency cultures: New approaches to the study of late colonialism and the Cold War in Malaya, Singapore and Hong Kong'.

Majoritarian Nationalism and the rights of non-dominant groups

Date
15 - 16 June 2016
Description
Interdisciplinary symposium organised under the Rights and Justice RPA by the Institute of Asia and Pacific Studies, the Centre for Research in Race and Rights and ICEMIC on 15-16 June 2016.

Scholars and practitioners: a conversation on rights and justice for human security

Date
08 June 2016
Location:
A42 Sir Clive Granger Building
Description
Professor Lorraine Elliott in conversation with three scholar-practitioners whose work is about translating key ideas on human security into practice.

Workshop on Rights and Justice in Governing for Human Security

Date
08 June 2016
Location:
A42 Sir Clive Granger Building
Description
A one-day workshop sponsored by the Rights and Justice Research Priority Area, the Institute of Asia and Pacific Studies and the Nottingham International Law and Security Centre at The University of Nottingham.

Pakistan's evolving strategies to deal with the Taliban

Date
26 May 2016
Location:
B55 Law Seminar Room
Description
Professor Akbar Ahmed from the American University in Washington and former Pakistan High Commissioner to the UK will present on 'Pakistan's evolving strategies to deal with the Taliban' on 26 May.

Seminar with Miwa Hirono

Date
05 May 2016
Location:
A19 Trent Building
Description
Dr Miwa Hirono will present to the Institute of Asia and Pacific Studies on 5 May.

Making the invisible visible: Taiwan's soft power and public diplomacy

Date
21 April 2016
Location:
A19 Trent Building
Description
Professor Gary Rawnsley from Aberystwyth University will present to IAPS on 21 April on 'Making the invisible visible: Taiwan's soft power and public diplomacy'.

The construction of 'home' in Chinese diasporic women's writing: a comparative study of Maxine Hong Kingston and Larissa Lai

Date
17 March 2016
Location:
A19 Trent Building
Description
Sarah Fang Tang will present to IAPS on 17 March on 'The construction of 'home' in Chinese diasporic women's writing: a comparative study of Maxine Hong Kingston and Larissa Lai'.

Religion, democracy and electoral politics in north western province of Pakistan – Khyber Pakhtunkhwa (1988-2013)

Date
10 March 2016
Location:
A2 Humanities Building
Description
Dr Muhammad Shakeel Ahmad will present to IAPS on 10 March on 'Religion, democracy and electoral politics in north western province of Pakistan – Khyber Pakhtunkhwa (1988-2013)'.

The curious case of Kashmiri nationalism

Date
25 February 2016
Location:
A2 Humanities Building
Description
Dr Andrew Whitehead will present to IAPS on 25 February on 'The curious case of Kashmiri nationalism'.

Human security and community resilience in the wake of typhoon Yolanda

Date
18 February 2016
Location:
A19 Trent Building
Description
Pauline Eadie will present to IAPS on 18 February on 'Human security and community resilience in the wake of typhoon Yolanda'.

The Chinese communist party's capacity to rule

Date
11 February 2016
Location:
A09 Highfield House
Description
Dr Jinghan Zeng from Royal Holloway will present to IAPS on 11 February on 'The Chinese communist party's capacity to rule: ideology, legitimacy and party cohesion'.
 

2015

How to understand Pakistan's hybrid regime

Date
19 November 2015
Description
Professor Katharine Adeney will present to IAPS on 19 November on 'How to understand Pakistan's hybrid regime: the importance of a multidimensional continuum'.

Representing Democracy: Ceremony and Ritual in the Indian Parliament

Date
12 November 2015
Description
Professor Shirin Rai from the University of Warwick will present to IAPS on 'Representing Democracy: Ceremony and Ritual in the Indian Parliament' on 12 November.

Sino-Pakistani relations and the port of Gwadar

Date
29 October 2015
Description
Filippo Boni will present to IAPS on 29 October on 'Sino-Pakistani relations and the port of Gwadar: an analysis of Pakistan's gateway to the Indian Ocean'.

Understanding Reform in Myanmar in light of the 2015 elections

Date
22 October 2015
Description
Professor Marie Lall from UCL Institute of Education will present to IAPS on 'Understanding Reform in Myanmar in light of the 2015 elections' on 22 October.

The Political Economy of Clientelism

Date
15 October 2015
Description
Dr Ward Berenschot will present to IAPS on 'The Political Economy of Clientelism: A Comparative Study of Indonesia's Patronage Democracy' on 15 October.

Governing for Human Security in the Asia-Pacific

Date
11 - 12 May 2015
Description
IAPS and NILSC are organising a two-day workshop on Governing for Human Security in the Asia-Pacific.

Regional growing pains: Indonesia and the ASEAN Socio-Cultural Community

Date
05 May 2015
Description
Dr Linda Quayle will present to IAPS on 'Regional growing pains: Indonesia and the ASEAN Socio-Cultural Community' on 5 May.

Human security in the Asia Pacific: protection, empowerment and questions of scale

Date
19 March 2015
Description
Professor Lorraine Elliott will present to IAPS and NILSC on 'Human security in the Asia Pacific: protection, empowerment and questions of scale'.

National identity, dissent and cinema in Kazakhstan

Date
05 March 2015
Description
Dr Rico Isaacs will present to IAPS on 'National identity, dissent and cinema in Kazakhstan'.

Pakistan's fight against terrorism: myths and realities

Date
19 February 2015
Description
Colonel Zulfiqar Ali Bhatty will present to IAPS on 'Pakistan's fight against terrorism: myths and realities'.
 

2014

Tomlinson Lecture 2014

Date
20 November 2014
Description
Professor Antonio Donini will deliver the Tomlinson Memorial Lecture on 20 November 2014.

Who is at the Helm - Politicians or Bureaucrats?

Date
23 October 2014
Description
Professor Yuichiro Shimizu will present to IAPS on 'Who is at the Helm – Politicians or Bureaucrats? Political Culture in Modern Japan'.

China and the future of global governance

Date
02 October 2014
Description
Katherine Morton will be presenting on China and the future of global governance at a joint session with IAPS and the School of Contemporary Chinese Studies.

Indian election workshop

Date
03 July 2014

Freedom and Fear in Myanmar

Date
07 May 2014

Extraordinary Rendition

Date
20 March 2014
 

 

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