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SEA Studies Symposium 2013 – Programme

This programme is subject to change and is accurate as of 4 March 2013. You may also download the programme in PDF format.

Friday, 8 March 2013

1700     Tour of Oxford by Dr Pingtjin Thum. Meet outside Blackwell’s Bookshop (48-51 Broad St, Oxford OX1 3BQ).

1900     Dinner (The Big Bang, Oxford Castle)

Saturday, 9 March 2013

0830 – 0900    Registration

0900 – 0910    Welcome Address – Dr Xin Hui Chan & Dr Pingtjin Thum, Project Southeast Asia (Mary Ogilvie Lecture Theatre)

0910 – 0950    Keynote Address 1 – ‘The ASEAN Region: Global Competitors, Challengers, and Opportunities’ – Mark Pritchard MP, Chair of the All-Party Group for ASEAN, UK Parliament

0950 – 1000    Break

1000 – 1130     Panels 2, 6, 14, Roundtable: Future of Myanmar

1130 – 1145    Coffee Break  (Ruth Deech Foyer B)

1145 – 1315     Panels 10, 11, 14, 18, 20, Roundtable: Natural Resource

1315 – 1420    Lunch (Ruth Deech Foyer B) & Gamelan Performance & Keynote Address 2 –

Prof. Dr. Musliar Kasim, M.S., Deputy Minister for Education and Culture, Indonesia

1420 – 1430    Break

1430 – 1600    Panels 1, 3, 4, 5, 8, 14

1600 – 1615    Coffee Break (Ruth Deech Foyer B)

1615 – 1745    Panels 3, 4, 5, 8, 21, Roundtable: Borneo/Kalimantan

1745 – 1800    Break

1800 – 1830    Performance – ‘Transition’ – Htein Lin, Burmese artist and activist (Mary Ogilvie Lecture Theatre)

1900 – 2000    Pre-Dinner Drinks (Mary Ogilvie Foyer)

2000 – 2200    Dinner (Dining Hall, Balliol) & Sarawak Cultural Performance & Speech by Lord Cranbrook

 

Sunday, 10 March 2013

0900 – 1030    Panels 7, 9, 12, 13, 16

1030 – 1100    Coffee Break (Ruth Deech Foyer B)

1100 – 1230    Panels 12, 13, 15, 17, 19

1230 – 1300    Closing Address – Dr. Philip Kreager, Project Southeast Asia (Mary Ogilvie Lecture Theatre)

1300 – 1400    Lunch (Mary Ogilvie Foyer)