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Leiden University Press invites you to attend the presentation of Conflict of Development in Iranian Film, by Asghar Seyed-Gohrab & Kamran Talattof.
by Timon Screech, professor of the History of Art SOAS, University of London.
Lineage globalization and village localization in the making of Shenzhen by Dr. Anne-Christine Trémon
The Making of the Indian Buddha: A social History in Bare Bones by Vazira Fazila-Yacoobali Zamindar , Associate Professor, Brown University
A new exhibition at the East Asian Library: “ In Line and Color: Leiden University Students’ Works Exhibition” featuring the paintings created during the Painting Workshop given by Prof. Saito Norihiko in September 2012.
8000 jaar geleden dood en begraven by Dr. S. Alpaslan Roodenberg
Is Dwelling in the Fuchun Mountains a Daoist Inner Landscape Painting?
Friday 22 February | VVIK lecture: Aesthetics for the Nation: Nandalal Bose and the Ornamental Principle by Sanjukta Sunderason
Dr Sanjukta Sunderason is lecturer for modern South Asian culture at the School of Asian Studies of LIAS, Leiden University.
Chosŏn’s economic crisis of the 1880s in its domestic and international contexts by Owen Miller , SOAS, University of London.
State and Food in South Korea: Moulding the National Diet in Wartime and Beyond. Supervisors: Kasia Cwiertka and Boudewijn Walraven.
Back to Shemshara. A new NINO project in northern Iraq.
Good and bad muslims, real and fake seculars. Supervisor: Erik-Jan Zürcher.
International conference of the Political Legitimacy Research Group. Including the workshop 'Compliance with International Standards and Legitimacy in Hybrid Regimes'.
Organised by the Leiden Papyrological Institute. With lectures by Koen Donker van Heel and Cisca Hoogendijk. Language: Dutch.
Unity is strength: Masonic lodges in Ottoman Syria with a focus on Tripoli and El Mina (1860-1908). Supervisor: Erik-Jan Zürcher.
A conference to celebrate the 75th anniversary of the Society for Japanese Arts.
Find PhD and Postdoc Seminars from previous years.
Tē Arabōn phōnē: On the pre-Islamic Arabic dialect of Petra based on the P. Petra Papyri.
De vroege bewoners van Iraqi Kurdistan: Leids onderzoek in Noord-Irak (in Dutch).