EFEO News
Debate on the book by Alain Arrault,
Paris, France, 30 June 2022
As part of the "Cycle de débats du Centre d'études de la Chine moderne et contemporaine (EHESS)," Alain Arrault's book A History of Cultic Images In China. The Domestic Statuary of Hunan (EFEO-CUHK, 2020) will be discussed, under the moderation of Marie-Paule Hille (CECMC-UMR CCJ, Ehess), by Pierre-Antoine Fabre (Ehess), Florence Galmiche (Université Paris Cité - LCAO, UMR CCJ), and John Lagerwey (Ricci Institute of Paris) on Thursday, June 30, from 10 a.m. to 12:30 p.m., at the Condorcet Campus (Forum of the Espace associatif et culturel, ground floor).
EFEO/ASIES Paris seminar
Paris, France, 30 May 2022

Catherine Scheer (EFEO) speaks on "Indigéniser le protestantisme bunong: les habitants des hauts plateaux du Cambodge entre rupture et continuité".

This seminar is part of the sequence 6: La question religieuse : sécularisation et réinvention of the common core of the Master in Asian Studies.

From 10:30 to 12:00. The conference will take place online on prior registration.
Once registered, you will receive the elements to connect (seminar link and password).

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EFEO Paris seminar
Paris, France, 23 May 2022

Jean Michaud (University of Laval, Quebec, visiting professor at the EHESS) speaks on "Cherchez le messie. Enquête sur la naissance de la rébellion de Pa Chay Vue (Batchai) au Tonkin".

From 10:30 to 12:00. The conference will take place online on prior registration.
Once registered, you will receive the elements to connect (seminar link and password).

Illustration: The Méo revolt [in French Indochina (Laos)] 1920, @BNF/Gallica.

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Study day
Paris, France, 11 March 2022

The EFEO is organizing a study day on "New Research in Sanskrit Yoga Literature"!

Programme and abstracts
With prior registration
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Kyoto lectures
Kyoto, Japan, 14 February 2022

As part of the Kyoto lecturesGiorgio Colombo (Nagoya University) presents: "Law, Justice, and International Relations in the Dawn of Meiji Restoration: the “María Luz” incident".

On February, 14, at 6pm (Japan time) on the Zoom platform. The password for logging in will be posted on the Kyoto Center's blog and the ISEAS website on the 14th.

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