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MAS NEWS 23 N o v e m b e r

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Amsterdam, The Netherlands Fourth IIAS/NIOD SeminarSeries: Cities, Hinterlands and Peripheries: Changing economic geographies o f island Southeast Asia, 1850-2000* Speaker: Howard Dick ('U niversity o f Melbourne] Contact address: Dr Peter Post Nederlands Instituut voor Oorlogs Documentatie Herengracht 380 1061 CJ Amsterdam The Netherlands Tel: +31-20-523 3800 E-mail: p.post@oorlogsdoc.knaw.nl

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Amsterdam, The Netherlands Start o/the IIAS/NIOD Sem inar series 'Southeast Asia Across Borders’ Introductory Session ‘Nation and Histoty in Southeast Asia'* SpeakerstRitth McVey and Takashi Shiraishi (Kyoto U niversity) Contact address: Dr Peter Post Nederlands Instituut voor Oorlogs Documentatie Herengracht 380 1061 CJ Amsterdam The Netherlands Tel: +31-20-523 3800 E-mail: p.post@oorlogsdocknaw.nl

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Seventh IIAS/NIOD SeminarSeries: Royalties and Histories in Mainland SoutheastAsia Speaker: Professor Barend-Jan Terwiel (University o f Hamburg/IIAS) Contact address: Dr Peter Post Nederlands Instituut voor Oorlogs Documentatie Herengracht 380 1061 CJ Amsterdam The Netherlands Tel: +31-20-523 3800 E-mail: p.post@oorlogsdoc.knaw.nl

Eighth IIAS/NIOD Seminar Series: Transnational Islam in Southeast Asia Speaker: Robert H efner (Boston University) Contact address: Dr Peter Post Nederlands Instituut voor Oorlogs Documentatie Herengracht 380 1061 CJ Amsterdam The Netherlands Tel: +31-20-523 3800 E-mail: p.post@oorlogsdoc.knaw.nl

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Leiden, The Netherlands IIAS/UL Lecture: From the exotic and Erotic to the Patriotic and Nostalgic: C hattily Japanese Images o f the Pacific

in Popular Song Speaker: Don Niles (Director o f the Institute o f Papua New Guinea Studies] Contact address: International Institute for Asian Studies P.0. Box 9515 2300 Leiden The Netherlands Tel: +31-71-527 2227 Fax: +31-71-527 41A2 E-mail: iias@rullet.leidenuniv.nl

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A gendA Please check our website (hitp://iiasJeidenuniv,nl/iia$/ agenda.html) for any changes in the programme. Unless otherwise mentioned, the contact address for conferences organized by the HAS is:

Organized by The Strategic Alliance (IFA, IIAS, NIAS, EIAS] Contact address: The Institute o f Asian Affairs Rothenbaumchaussee 32 D- 20148 Hamburg Germany Tel: +49-40-443 001 Fax: +49-40-410 7945 E-mail: ifahh@ uni-hamburg.de

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Amsterdam, The Netherlands Second IIAS/NIOD Seminar Series: Sino-Southeast Asian Studies: Toward an Alternative Paradigm* Speaker: Dr Hong Liu (NUS] Contact address: Dr Peter Post Nederlands Instituut voor Oorlogs Documentatie Herengracht 380 1061 CJ Amsterdam The Netherlands Tel: +31-20-523 3800 E-mail: p.post@oorlogsdoc.knaw.nl

Also refer to the Agenda Asia, a data­ base of Asian Studies conferences, workshops, and seminars: http://www.iios.nl/gateway/newsi agasialindex.html

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Leiden, The Netherlands HAS Annual Lecture: Asia and Western Dominance - Retrospect and Prospect Speaker: Pro/essorDeepak Kumar Lai (University o f California) Contact address: International Institute for Asian Studies P.0. Box 9515 2300 Leiden The Netherlands Tel: +31-71-527 2227 Fax: +31-71-5274162 E-mail: iias@rullet.Ieidenuniv.nl

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Trivandrum, India CLARA Workshop ‘DomesticServants and Mobility: Labour livelihoods and lifestyles' 1IAS/IISG/CLARA Research Programme Conveners: Dr Ratna Saptari (CLARA) and Dr Annelies Moors (UvA). Contact address: C/oCruqiusweg3i 1019 AT Amsterdam The Netherlands Tel: +31-20-668 5866 Fax:+31-20-6654181 E-mail: Chlia@iisg.nl http://www.isg.nl/clara

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Out of print and antiquarian books on Asia

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INFORMATION CARRIERS

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HAS P.O. Box 951 5 2300 RA Leiden The Netherlands Tel: +31-71-527 2227 Fax: +31-71-527 4162 E-mail: iias@rullet.leidenuniv.nl

Alliance Asia Update:

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From Factto Fiction: A history o f Thai-Myanmar relations in cultural context Organized by Chulalongkom University, Bangkok and HAS Contact address: Supang Chantavanich, Director Chulalongkom University Phyatai Road Bangkok, 10330 Thailand E-mail: supang.c@chula.ac.th Http://www.ias / chula/ac/ th

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Amsterdam, The Netherlands Fifth IIAS/NIOD SeminarSeries: Separatism and the Legitimacy o f the N a tio n -S ta te in Southeast Asia: Anti-colonial and post-colonial perspectives* SpeakerCliveJ. Christie (University o f Hull) Contact address: Dr Peter Post Nederlands Instituut voor Oorlogs Documentatie Herengracht 380 1061 CJ Amsterdam The Netherlands Tel: +31-20-523 3800 E-mail: p.post@oorlogsdoc.knaw.nl

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Leiden, The Netherlands Hotel Publishing/lIAS Conference: T h e fir s t Hotei Publishing conference 011 Ukiyo-e Contact address: Helena Huisman Hotei Publishing Zoeterwoudesingel 56 2313 EK Leiden The Netherlands Tel:+31-71-566 3190 Fax: +31-71-566 3191 E-mail: h.huisman@ hotei-publishing.com

Amsterdam, The Netherlands Third IIAS/NIOD SeminnrSeries: The Borderless South China Sea: A source o f national irredentism Speaker: Stein Tennesson (University o f Oslo)* Contact address: Dr Peter Post Nederlands In stituut voor Oorlogs Documentatie Herengracht 380 1061 CJ Amsterdam The Netherlands Tel: +31-20-523 3800 E-mail: p.post@oorlogsdoc.knaw.nl

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Amsterdam, The Netherlands Sixth IIAS/NIOD SeminarSeries: Japanese Business Networks in Southeast Asia. 19005-19605* Speaker: Hiroshi Shimizu (Aichi Shukutoku University) Contact address: Dr Peter Post Nederlands Instituut voor Oorlogs Documentatie Herengracht 380 1061 CJ Amsterdam The Netherlands Tel:+31-20-523 3800 E-mail: p.post@oorlogsdoc.knaw.nl

Tamarind Books Books about Southeast Asia

Arthur Probsthain Oriental Booksellers 41 Great Russell Street London WC IB 3PL, United Kingdom Tel./fax: +44-20-7636 1096 E-maii: ms61 @soas.ac.uk Http.7/oriental-african-books.com

P.O. Box 49217, Greensboro, NC 27419 United States of America Tel.:+ 33-6-852 1905 Fax: + 33-6-852 0750 E-mail: tamarind@greensboro.com Http ://www.abebooks.com/ home/tamarind/

We produce regular lists of new publications on China, Japan, Korea, South Asia, Southeast Asia, and Central Asia and can send these on request.

HAS Research Partners he HAS signed Memoranda of Un­ derstanding (MoUs) with research insti­ tutes in the field of Asia Studies all over the world, in order to stimulate further co-operation in this field, and to im­ prove the mobility of scholars through the exchange of research fel­ lows at a post-PhD level. The HAS me­ diates in establishing contacts with the Institute’s MoU partners. The IIAS has signed MoUs with the following institutions: x. Nordic Institute for Asian Studies (NIAS), Copenhagen, Denmark 2. East-West Center in Hawai’i (EWC), USA 3. Research School of Pacific and Asian Studies o f the Australian National University (RSPASANU), Canberra, Australia 4. Division of Social Sciences and Humanities, Indonesian Institute of Sciences (LIPI), Jakarta, Indonesia 5. Institut fiir Kultur und Geistesgeschichte Asiens der Österreichischen Akademie der Wissenschaften, Vienna, Austria 6. Institute of Oriental Studies (IOS) of the Russian Academy of Sciences, Moscow, Russia

7. Vietnam National University Hanoi (VNU), Hanoi, Vietnam 8. University Grants Commission (UGC)/Ministry o f Education of Pakistan, Islamabad, Pakistan 9. Shanghai Academy of Social Sciences (SASS), Shanghai, P.R. China ïo.L’École Franchise d’ExtrêmeOrient (EFEO), Paris, France 11. Academia Sinica, Taipei, Taiwan, ROC 12. Korea Research Foundation (KRF), Seoul, Korea 13. National Science Coucil, Taipei, Taiwan, ROC 14. Mongolian Academy of Sciences, Ulaanbaatar, Mongolia 15. Institut de Recherche sur le SudEst Asiatique, Aix-en-Provence, France 16. Bureau of International Cutural & Educational Relations, MOE, Taiwan, ROC 17. Centre d’Études et de Recherches Internationales, Paris, France 18. University of Mauritius, Réduit, M auritius and the Mahatma Gandhi Institute, Moka, Mauritius 19. State M inister of Research and Technology, Government of Indonesia, Jakarta, Indonesia 20. University of the Philippines, Quezon City, the Philippines

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