Actualités EFEO

999 photographies de l'architecte Pierre Pichard, ancien membre de l'EFEO, sont disponibles sur le site de la photothèque.
Ces clichés ont été pris entre 1987 et 2004 lors de missions en Indonésie, Inde, Sri Lanka, Laos, Birmanie, Bhoutan, Népal, Cambodge, Thaïlande et Corée du Sud.
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Lundi 13 novembre Ryosuke Furui (Institute for Advanced Studies on Asia, University of Tokyo) intervient sur le thème « Changing Structure of Political Powers in South Asia: Bengal from the Fifth to the Thirteenth Century »

De 11h à 12h30 (entrée libre)
Maison de l'Asie, 22, avenue du Président Wilson, 75116 Paris, Grand salon, 1er étage
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Vendredi 10 novembre l'Association des Amis d'Angkor (AAA) organise le colloque Gestion des eaux d'Angkor : Bilan des études et perspectives.
Maric Beaufeïst intervient sur le thème « la restauration du Mébon occidental et l'utilisation de nouvelles technologies »

Auditorium "SETEC", Immeuble Central Seine, 46, quai de la Rapée, 75012 Paris

Séminaire EFEO Paris

Lundi 6 novembre Yoon Hyong-jin (Asiatic Research Institue, Korea University) intervient sur le thème « Community Organizations in the Colonial East Asia and its legacy: Focused on 'Baojia' »

De 11h à 12h30 (entrée libre)
Maison de l'Asie, 22, avenue du Président Wilson, 75116 Paris, Grand salon, 1er étage.

Baojia(保甲) had been a traditional Chinese resident organization since the Song Dynasty. However, Baojia was rebuilt into a new system through the Japanese colonial rule of Taiwan. The Governor-General of Taiwan succeeded in stabilizing Taiwan through Baojia, which is a security organization closely connected with the police and operated as an administrative aid organization. The Baojia system of Taiwan was later applied to the Kwantung Leased Territory and Manchukuo and expanded to the northeast of China, and during the Sino-Japanese War, it was transplanted to the puppet governments of the occupied territories. This "Taiwan model" of Baojia spread beyond the boundaries of the Japanese Empire by the introduction of the Baojia system by the Nanjing Nationalist Government in the 1930s. The Nanjing Nationalist Government initially operated Baojia to defeat the Chinese Communist Party in some areas, and later tried to make it a standard resident organization nationwide. Baojia functioned as a mobilizing system during the war. In addition, the experience of operating a standard resident organization through Baojia, which is nominally an autonomous organization, but practically an administrative auxiliary institution, left important legacies in postwar regimes.
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