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Recent posts

Southeast Asian Scripts: From the Centers to the Margins

I would like to pass along word of an upcoming online lecture hosted by the Library of Congress entitled “Southeast Asian Scripts: From the Centers to the Margins.” This lecture is part of the Endangered Alphabets and Why We Write lecture series—the third of three livestreamed talks by Tim Brookes, a world authority on endangered writing systems and the director of the Endangered Alphabets Project.

Job Announcement: Fuller Visiting Professorship in Southeast Asia, Center for International Studies, Ohio University

Full details of this position are available on the H-Net Job Guide at the following link: https://www.h-net.org/jobs/job_display.php?id=61205

Posting Date:     03/23/2021
Closing Date:     04/20/2021

AAS Meeting Announcement

Dear Colleagues,

This year's Theravada Studies Group meeting, as part of the Association of Asian Studies, will take place on Wednesday, March 24 from 5:30-6:30PM Central Time Zone. There will not be a speaker. Instead, we will have a chance to introduce ourselves, discuss our research, and consider ideas for next year's panels. Anyone who is researching Theravada Buddhism or interested in Theravada Buddhist cultures, please plan to join and add this meeting to your AAS Schedule. The Zoom meeting link is available to all registered participants in the Virtual 2021 AAS conference.