Asia Research Institute

   
   
  

Asia Research Institute

The University of Nottingham's Asia Research Institute brings together our world leading research and expertise concerning the major sustainable development challenges in Asia through engagement with practitioners and our partners in the region. Its aim is to increase dialogue with, and to make an impact on, the ongoing debates within the region, together with our Chinese and Malaysian campuses.

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Asia Expertise Guide

Asia Expertise Guide

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Key research areas

Sustainable environments

Sustainable environments

Regional connectivity

Regional connectivity

Innovation

Innovation and entrepreneurship
 

Governance and policy

Governance and policy

Identity and rights

Identity and rights

Doing business in Asia

Doing business in Asia
 

News

Indonesian Doctoral Training Partnership (IDTP) meeting - 6 December

Description
On 6 December, Asia Research Institute Director, Professor Katharine Adeney met with Professor E Aminudin Aziz, the Education and Culture Attaché of the Indonesian Embassy along with Dr Jacqueline Hicks (School of Politics and International Relations), Dr Bagus Muljadi (Engineering) and Leni Suek (CLAS).
Date:
20 December 2018

Sri Lanka workshop - 1 November 2018

Description
On 1 November 2018, two of the University of Nottingham's Asia Research Institute academics presented at a workshop in Colombo, Sri Lanka, organised by Chatham House and the Lakshman Kadirgamar Institute on the topic of Chinese Investment in Sri Lanka.
Date:
20 December 2018

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Events

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

Date
24 January 2019 (16:00-18:00)
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.

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

Date
31 January 2019 (16:00-18:00)
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.

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Asia Research Institute

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

telephone: +44 (0)115 828 3087
email: asiaresearch@nottingham.ac.uk