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SEA Studies Symposium 2013 – Registration Now Open

We are pleased to announce that registration is now open for the 2nd Annual Southeast Asian Studies Symposium.

The Symposium will be held in St Anne’s College, Oxford OX2 6HS on 9-10 March 2013. Already one of the largest annual Southeast Asian Studies conferences in the world, this year sees 22 panels with 104 papers spread over 30 sessions. Speakers and paper presenters come from over 20 countries, and represent a wide array of disciplines and expertise. For more information, please see the programme and the list of panels. Events will be held in St Anne’s modern Ruth Deech Building, with keynote addresses and major panels in the Mary Ogilvie Lecture Theatre.

Registration is available for one or both days. The registration fee for students, OAP, and others eligible for concessions is £40 per day or £50 for two days; for professionals, £60 per day or £80 for two days. The registration fee includes a conference pack, refreshments, and lunch on both days. Lunch will be catered by St Anne’s College’s award-winning kitchen, selected as “Kitchen of the Year” in the Oxford Colleges annual dining awards.

The Symposium dinner will be held at 8pm on Saturday, 9 March 2013, at Balliol College, Oxford. The College, founded 1263, features the historic candlelit Balliol Dining Hall. A 3-course set menu including wine, coffee, and Balliol mints has been specially developed by Balliol’s award-winning kitchen, headed by Chef de Cuisine Bertrand Faucheux. The dinner will also feature a speech by renowned zoologist of Southeast Asia Gathorne Gathorne-Hardy, 5th Earl of Cranbrook, as well as a special Sarawak Cultural Show sponsored by the Sarawak Ministry of Tourism. The cost of the dinner is £29.

Please head to the registration page to register. For more information, please refer to the links on the right-hand sidebar. We look forward to seeing you at the Symposium!


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