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EFEO

A Century of Field Studies in Asia

The French School of Asian Studies was founded in 1900 in Saigon. The mission of the EFEO is interdisciplinary research on the civilizations of Asia, extending from India to Japan. A network of seventeen research centers in twelve Asian countries allows its 42 research scholars (anthropologists, archaeologists, linguists, historians and others) to carry out their fieldwork while maintaining a network of local specialists and Asianists from around the world.

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Call for proposals
28 February 2019
Call for applications to participate in a field workshop in India "History, archeology, Bhakti: southern Andra Pradesh" (workshop funded by the project SPIF-ATALS of PSL). Application to be sent before February 28th.

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Conference ''Enjeux du patrimoine : de la restauration à la cartographie du paysage archéologique''
Fontainebleau, France, 09 February 2019
Christophe Pottier gives a conference for the APJFA (Association pour la promotion du jumelage Fontainebleau-Angkor): Enjeux du patrimoine : de la restauration à la cartographie du paysage archéologique.
At 17h, at the hôtel de l'Aigle Noir, place Napoleon Bonaparte at Fontainebleau.
Paris EFEO/ASIES Seminar
Paris, France, 04 February 2019
Monday 4th February Michela Bussotti speaks on Images de généalogies chinoises : objets et sources de la recherche.

This seminar is part of "Images: objects and sources / Research in primary sources" of the ASIES seminar (master Amo - Asie méridionale et orientale : terrains, textes et sciences sociales).

10:30 a.m. to 12:00 p.m. (Free admission)
Maison de l'Asie, First floor salon, 22 avenue du Président Wilson, 75116 Paris READ MORE
Exhibition ''Les bosquets sacrés d’Aiyaṉār / Groves of Aiyaṉār''
Pondicherry, India, 31 January 2019
As part of the Pondicherry Heritage Festival, the exhibition of Jean-Louis Cardin's photographs titled Les bosquets sacrés d’Aiyaṉār / Groves of Aiyaṉār was inaugurated on January 31 by Her Excellency Kiran Bedi, Lieutenant Governor of Pondicherry.
Communication : ''La contribution de Gongga Laoren (1903-1997) à la diffusion du bouddhisme tibétain à Taïwan''
Paris, France, 29 January 2019
Fabienne Jagou talks on La contribution de Gongga Laoren (1903-1997) à la diffusion du bouddhisme tibétain à Taïwan as part of the cycle of conferences organized by SEECHAC.

At 18h, at the Musée Cernuschi, 7 avenue Velazquez 75008 Paris.
Illustration: Chongqing Monastery, Tainan, July 2013. © Jagou