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Methodological Summer School – 8 – 14 July 2019 – Ipoh, Malaysia


Fourth International Intensive course in Old Javanese, 15-29 July 2018, Yogyakarta

Co-organized by the National Library of the Republic of Indonesia (Perpusnas) and the École française d’Extrême-Orient (EFEO), with support from the École Pratique des Hautes Études (EPHE), PSL Research University (Paris), and the Royal Netherlands Institute for Southeast Asian and Caribbean Studies (KITLV).

Aiming to support the training of a new generation of Old Javanese philologists and to stimulate international collaboration in this field, the École française d’Extrême-Orient (French School of Asian Studies, EFEO) and the National Library of the Republic of Indonesia (Perpusnas), with support from the École Pratique des Hautes Études (Paris), PSL Research University (Paris), and the Royal Netherlands Institute for Southeast Asian and Caribbean Studies (KITLV), will co-organize this year, for the fourth time, an international intensive course in Old Javanese.


An academic retreat lasting 15 days attended by 27 students who will be guided in intensive manner by 3 specialists of Old Javanese philology. The program will take place in typical Javanese natural surroundings while the learning experience will be enriched by excursions to vestiges of ancient Hindu and Buddhist civilization in Central Java.


The student who has completed the intensive course is able independently to read and analyze Old Javanese texts and is aware of the available research tools (Dictionaries, Grammars, etc.).


The program will take place on at Cangkringan Jogja Villa & Spa in Yogyakarta, Central Java.


The program will take place from 15 through 29 July, 2018.


The team of teachers is composed of Willem van der Molen (KITLV, Leiden), Dwi Puspitorini (UI, Depok) and Andrea Acri (EPHE, Paris).

Course content

The first five days we will focus on intensive study of Old Javanese grammar, after which, during the second five days, we will read representative samples of four principal genres of the Old Javanese textual corpus: Parwa, Kakawin and Tutur/Tattwa.

Language of Instruction



We will admit about 18 participants from Indonesian universities or other institutions. We also welcome about 9 foreign scholars of Sanskrit or other related fields, or foreign graduate students, who wish to learn Old Javanese.


Admission will proceed through selection on the basis of an application file, which should consist of:

  • your CV
  • a statement of motivation explaining your interest in participation
  • clear evidence of solid command of English (such as a TOEFL score)
  • if relevant a reasoned request for financial support toward your international travel costs

Please compile your application in a single pdf file and send it to as soon as possible to: 

Organizing committee 4IICOJ

Admission for foreign as well as Indonesia participants will be open from the date of publication of this announcement until 15 May 2018.


This course is free of cost. Participants are expected to travel on their own expense to Adi Sutjipto International Airport in Yogyakarta. We will provide pick-up at Adisutjipto airport and Yogyakarta Station (Tugu Station), and your arrival at either of these meeting points should be timed in consultation with the committee.

The funding for organizing this event is contributed by the National Library of Indonesia and by the EFEO.

For enquiries about this event, write an email to Arlo Griffiths ( and Andrea Acri (


Université d’Eté d’Archéologie et d’Histoire de l’Art du NSC (2018)

We are pleased to announce that the 2018 NSC Field School will take place in Indonesia and Singapore between 22 Jul – 11 Aug 2018. This Archaeology and Art Historical related Field School is a organised in collaboration with Pusat Penelitian Arkeologi Nasional (ARKENAS).  Applications are now open.

Please see the following website for more information:


The 2018 Session

The Field School will include numerous site visits and lectures in East Java. It will focus on the ancient polity of Majapahit (ca 13th-15th centuries CE). Participants will conduct intensive archaeological and art historical research as well as heritage management at Mount Penanggunan, Trawas, Mojokerto, East Java.

Penanggungan is regarded as one of the most sacred mountains in Java, identified with the summit of Mt Mahameru during the Hindu-Buddhist period. Well over 100 archaeological sites, comprising terraced sanctuaries, cave hermitages, bathing places and the remnants of religious communities, have been discovered on its slopes.

The Field School maintains a unique full-spectrum approach designed to introduce participants to research design, methodology, field skills, excavation, analysis, and presentation.

The 2018 Field School is a collaboration between the Nalanda–Sriwijaya Centre (NSC), ISEAS – Yusof Ishak Institute (ISEAS), Singapore; and Pusat Penelitian Arkeologi Nasional (ARKENAS; National Centre for Archaeological Research), Indonesia. It will be hosted at the Ubaya Penanggungan Center, Trawas East Java.

Hélène Njoto (ISEAS) and Bambang Budi Utomo (ARKENAS) will lead the Field School.


Produire et vivre la ville au Vietnam d’hier à aujourd’hui, séminaire UFR LCAO

Vendredi de 10 h à 12 h – Bât. Halle aux farines – salle 377 F – (12 séances réparties du 27/01 au 05/05).

Beyond Nature and Culture of Modern Thai Water Engineering. The Ontology of Infrastructure, Friday, December 16, 2016


Jakkrit Sangkhamanee (CSDS, Faculty of Political Science, Department of Sociology and Anthropology, Chulalongkorn University)

The talk will explore Thailand’s Royal Irrigation Department Museum for Heavy Engineering where the works and lives of engineers are displayed and narrated and their machines exhibited. Through the museum walk-through, Jakkrit Sangkhamanee will analyze the mutual constitution and historical transformation of the amphibious assemblage that makes up Thai water engineering. In some ways, the  human and non-human hybridity depicted in the museum exceeds the binary of nature and culture proposed by Philippe Descola is his critical work Beyond Nature and Culture. Tracing the complex interrelation of engineers, landscapes, bureaucracy, statecraft and myth depicted in the exhibits, the analysis elicits the museum as a particular, and peculiar, parliament of things that articulates the amodern characteristics of the Thai water engineering assemblage.

Friday, December 16, 2016 – 14h30 / 16h30
Alumni Meeting Room, 12th Floor,
Faculty of Political Science, Chulalongkorn University
Enseignement, Uncategorized

Romain Bertrand « Premiers contacts, énièmes rencontres. Ecrire l’histoire des situations de contact entre l’Europe et l’Insulinde (16e-17e siècles) » Lundi 21 novembre 2016 à l’EFEO

Séminaire mensuel de l’EFEO Paris
Romain Bertrand
(CERI-Sciences Po)

Premiers contacts, énièmes rencontres. Ecrire l’histoire des
situations de contact entre l’Europe et l’Insulinde
(16e-17e siècles)

Lundi 21 novembre 2016 de 11h à 12h30
Maison de l’Asie


« Nourrir les esprits, honorer le Bouddha », par Grégoire Schlemmer 17 novembre 2016 de 18h30 à 20h30 INALCO

Jeudi 17 novembre 2016 de 18h30 à 20h30 INALCO (Amphi 3) 65, rue des Grands Moulins, 75013 Paris, métro « François Mitterrand »
Nourrir les esprits, honorer le Bouddha.
Différences et articulations entre le bouddhisme et l’animisme par Grégoire Schlemmer


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Weaving Knowledge Summer Workshop on Lanna Weaving and Dyeing, Chiang Mai, 6 – 23 July 2017

Weaving Knowledge
Summer Workshop on Lanna Weaving and Dyeing

6 – 23 July 2017

Application deadline
1 December 2016

Ban Rai Jai Sook (Jai-Sook Studio), Chiang Mai, Thailand



COMPARATIVE ASIAN STUDIES PH.D. PROGRAM ​at the National University of Singapore. 1er novembre 2016

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Voir le website

Diriger les étudiants vers le Comparative Asian Studies Program et vers Maitrii Aung-Thwin (



SEAP Gatty Lecture Series : “The Language of Informal Media: Form and Function in Indonesian and other Southeast Asian Languages” by Thomas Conners, 28/04/2016, Cornell University


Site Web de l'Association française pour la recherche sur l'Asie du Sud-Est: Afrase