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Paris EFEO Seminar
Paris, France, 30 November 2020
On Monday 30 November, Catherine Scheer speaks on: "Soldats subalternes : le combat méconnu de montagnards bunongs sous la République Khmère (1970-75)".

From 10.30am to 12pm. The conference will take place online upon prior registration.

Drawing: Lucie Labbé

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Kyoto lectures
Kyoto, Japan, 20 November 2020
As part of the Kyoto lectures, Marco Tinello (University of Kanagawa) presents: "The Annexation of Ryukyu to Japan seen from a global perspective".

At 6 p.m. (Japan time). The conference will be broadcasted online via Zoom.

The password for logging in will be posted on the Kyoto Center's blog and ISEAS websites the day before.
XXXIIIrd Seoul Colloquium in Korea Studies
Seoul, Republic of Korea, 20 October 2020
The XXXIIIrd Seoul Colloquium in Korea Studies, organized by the EFEO Center in Seoul, in collaboration with the Royal Asiatic Society, is led by Bernard Sénécal (Professor Emeritus at Sogang University) on the theme: "Life and Works of Seon 禪 Master Seongcheol 性徹 (1912-1993) - the most famous Korean Buddhist monk in the 20th century".
At 6 p.m. at the EFEO Center in Seoul.

Legend: The great monk Seongcheol. Copyrights: 백련암문화제단 & 성철 선사상 연구소 (Baek Ryeon Am Cultural Foundation and Research Institute for Sung Chol Zen Thought).
Communiqué du Réseau des Écoles françaises à l’étranger en hommage à Samuel Paty
Paris, France, 20 October 2020
Le Réseau des Écoles françaises à l’étranger (École française d’Athènes, École française de Rome, Institut français d’archéologie orientale, École française d’Extrême-Orient, et Casa de Velázquez) condamne avec force l’insoutenable acte de barbarie perpétré contre le professeur d’histoire-géographie du collège du Bois-d’Aulne, à Conflans-Sainte-Honorine (Yvelines), survenu vendredi 16 octobre.

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''Kitashirakawa EFEO Salon''
Kyoto, Japan, 16 October 2020
As part of the Kitashirakawa EFEO Salon, the fifth lecture of the 2019-2020 cycle is presented by Markus Ruesch (Ryukoku University) on the topic: "Secret spaces for Amida: the function of hidden spaces in the rites of Pure Land Buddhism and their doctrinal foundations (Edo period)" (in Japanese without translation).
The conference will be broadcasted online via Zoom and on site at the EFEO Center in Kyoto (limited to 10 auditors, upon registration). More information