Asia-Pacific Studies seminar on 26 January at Toyonaka Campus Osaka U.

Dear Colleagues:

Hope this mail finds you in good health. We will have an Asia-Pacific Studies seminar on 26 January (Saturday)
at Toyonaka Campus, Osaka University. If you wish to attend the seminar, please let me know by 23 January.
Yoneyuki Sugita




East Asia Seminar Series at the University of Cambridge

Please see below the speaker list for our upcoming Lent Term East Asia Seminar Series at the University of Cambridge. This term, as you will notice, there are two talks outside of the normal Monday night pattern, we know it’s a bit out of the ordinary, but hope to see lots of you there. 

All talks will take place 17:00 – 19:00 in rooms 8/9, Faculty of Asian and Middle Eastern Studies. As usual the talks will be followed by a 30 minute Q&A, then a chance to stay and have a chat with the speaker over drinks and a snack. 

Histsex & Classical Reception seminar + book launch, Feb 28th, Exeter

Dear list members, 

With apologies for cross-posting. Please find details of a forthcoming seminar and book launch at Exeter. 

Sex, Sexuality & Classical Reception seminar + book launch of Sculpture, Sexuality and History

February 28th 2019

3-5pm, followed by drinks 

Syndicate Room B, Building:One, University of Exeter, Streatham Campus

To attend in London: Seminar on Islamic Studies Librarianship: Past, Present and Future

Hosted by the Aga Khan Library and led by eminent librarians and scholars in the field of Islamic Studies, this seminar will provide an overview of the current state of the Islamic and Middle East Studies from the per

Asian German Studies Seminar at German Studies Association (GSA)

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The 43rd German Studies Association (GSA) Conference in Portland, Washington (3-6 October 2019), will host seminars in addition to paper panels and roundtables.  Please participate in the seminar "Asian German Studies."


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