Asia Research Institute

Event Recordings

Where possible, audio recordings of talks at events will be made available here for you to listen again.

Title Speaker Date Listen 

Macabre social capital: the families of Pakistan's Lashkar-e-taiba

(Unfortunately the last two minutes of this talk were not recorded)

Professor Christine Fair (Georgetown)

1 May 2019 
Duration: 54 minutes 
Roundtable on internment of Uyghurs in Xinjiang, China

Chair: Professor Katharine Adeney (Nottingham)

Speakers: Dr Rachel Harris (SOAS), Dr Joanne Smith Finley (Newcastle), Dr Rian Thum (Nottingham)

25 October 2018
Duration: 49 minutes
Counter Terrorism Legislation in India and UK Dr Shruti Bedi, Panjab University, India 16 March 2017
Duration: 42 minutes
Beyond Ideology? Measuring the Intensity of the Government-Opposition Divide from Legislative Speeches Professor Airo Hino, Waseda University, Japan 23 February 2017
Duration: 48 minutes
Hyperbolic Heist? The Problematic Discourse of Safety in India Dr Shilpa Phadke, Tata Institute of Social Sciences, Mumbai 2 February 2017
Duration: 41 minutes
Expanding, Not Shrinking Social Programmes: Efforts to Tackle Poverty and Inequality in Brazil, India, China and South Africa since 2003 Professor James Manor, Institute of Commonwealth Studies, University of London 20 October 2016
Duration: 34 minutes
Majority Nationalism: from inclusion to exclusion Professor Eric Kaufmann, Birkbeck College, University of London 15 June 2016
Duration: 45 minutes
Scholars and practitioners: a conversation on rights and justice for human security Professor Lorraine Elliott (ANU/ACUNS)
Dr Dorothy Estrada-Tanck (IE Law School Madrid, formerly UN)
Dr Surendra K Shrestha (Helping Hands (SAHAS) Nepal)
Dr Vanessa Pupavac (University of Nottingham, formerly UN Criminal Tribunal for the Former Yugoslavia)
Mary Storrie (Rosie May Foundation)
8 June 2016
Duration: 55 minutes
Tomlinson Lecture 2015/16: Violence against women in India: is 'culture' the culprit, or structure? Kavita Krishnan, Secretary of the All India Progressive Women's Association 3 March 2016
Duration: 49 minutes
Representing democracy: ceremony and ritual in the Indian parliament Professor Shirin Rai, University of Warwick 12 November 2015
Duration: 45 minutes
Understanding Reform in Myanmar in light of the 2015 elections Professor Marie Lall, UCL Institute of Education 22 October 2015
Duration: 48 minutes
The Political Economy of Clientelism: A Comparative Study of Indonesia's Patronage Democracy Dr Ward Berenschot, KITLV 15 October 2015
Duration: 54 minutes
Tomlinson Lecture 2014: Humanitarian Landscapes: Deep Lessons from Afghanistan Professor Antonio Donini, Global Migration Centre, Geneva, and Tufts University, Former Director of the UN Office for the Coordination of Humanitarian Assistance to Afghanisation 20 November 2014
Duration: 1 hour 3 minutes
Extraordinary Rendition Dr Suzanne Egan, University College Dublin 20 March 2014
Duration: 58 minutes
Inaugural Lecture: Ethnic autonomy in South Asia - a road to secession? Professor Katharine Adeney, The University of Nottingham 20 February 2014
Duration: 51 minutes
The Making of New Nepal? State Restructuring, Identity Politics and the Constitutional Impasse Dr Mara Malagodi, LSE 30 January 2014
Duration: 42 minutes
Tomlinson Lecture 2013: Misunderstanding Central Asia - Deliberately Craig Murray, former British Ambassador to Uzbekistan 4 November 2013
Duration: 1 hour 2 minutes
What explains the rise of ethnic minority tensions in China? Dr Reza Hasmath, University of Oxford 17 October 2013

Duration: 57 minutes

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