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SEA Studies Symposium 2016 – Programme

“Human and Environmental Welfare in Southeast Asia”

14 – 16 April 2016
at the Mathematical Institute, University of Oxford

in partnership with

Jeffrey Cheah Foundation Logo SEG

Lists of panels and roundtables and workshops are also available.

Please note: Schedule is accurate as of 10 April 2016, but is subject to change.

Items highlighted in light blue are open to the public. Free unless stated. Spaces are limited. Register early to avoid disappointment.

 

Wednesday 13 April 2016

1430 – 1530: Tour of the Oxford Centre for Islamic Studies

1600 – 1730: Tour of Oxford (Meet in front of Blackwell’s Bookshop, Broad St, Oxford OX1 3BQ)

1830 – 2030: Celebration Dinner for Thai New Year (Thaikhun Oxford, 36 George St, Oxford, OX1 2BJ)

 

Thursday 14 April 2016

0800 –  0900: Registration

0900 –  1030: Session A

1030 – 1100: Coffee

1100 – 1230: Opening Plenary (L1):

1100 – 1110: Introduction to Project Southeast Asia and the Southeast Asian Studies Symposium
1110 – 1120: Welcome Address
1120 – 1230: Keynote Addresses and Dialogue: “Timor-Leste and Southeast Asia, democracy and human rights”

  • 1120 – 1150: José Ramos-Horta, Nobel Peace Prize Laureate and former President of Timor-Leste
  • 1150 – 1220: Q&A
  • 1220 – 1230: Photo-taking

1230 – 1330: Lunch

1330 – 1530: Session B

  • C3: “43 Years for Sedition”: In Conversation with Zunar

1530 – 1600: Coffee Break

1530 – 1600: (C3) Southeast Asia Documentary Film Festival: Viral, Sial!

1600 – 1800: Session C

1800 – 2000: Reception & Buffet Dinner

2000– 2100: Festival of Southeast Asia in OxfordA Concert for Cambodia in aid of the Kampot Traditional Music School for Orphaned and Disabled Children, Cambodia – £15 

Friday 15 April 2016

0800 – 0900: Registration

0900 – 1030: Session D

1030 – 1100: Coffee Break

1100 – 1230: Session E

1230 – 1330: Lunch

1330 – 1530: Session F

1530 – 1600: Coffee Break

1600 – 1800: Session G

1830 – 1930: Reception (Somerville College)

1930 – 2230: Gala dinner (Somerville College) featuring dinner speaker Elizabeth Pisani, author of “Indonesia etc.

Saturday 16 April 2016

0830 – 0900: Registration

0900 – 1330: Southeast Asia Documentary Film Festival (Room L3, Mathematical Institute)

0900 – 2100: Southeast Asia Documentary Film Festival (Middle East Centre Auditorium, St Antony’s College)

0900 – 1030: Session H

1030 – 1100: Coffee Break

1100 – 1230: Session I

1230 – 1330: Lunch

1230 –1330: Room L3: Southeast Asia Documentary Film Festival: Yanmagon

1330 – 1500: Session J

1500 – 1530: Coffee Break

1530 – 1700: Session K

Sunday 17 April 2016

0900 – 2100: Southeast Asia Documentary Film Festival (Middle East Centre Auditorium, St Antony’s College)