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Réunion régionale Asie-Océanie du réseau culturel et de coopération

Dans le cadre de la Réunion régionale Asie-Océanie du réseau culturel et de coopération (30 et 31 mai 2024, Bangkok), Jérôme Samuel intervenait au nom de l’IRASEC dans une table ronde intitulée « Valoriser nos actions de diplomatie scientifique pour renforcer notre attractivité et notre influence dans la région ».

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Conference

Alternative agrarian experiences in Southeast Asia: questioning scales

As part of the conference “The Future of Sustainability in ASEAN : Agriculture Act”, Gabriel Facal will give a talk entitled “Alternative agrarian experiences in Southeast Asia : questioning scales”. The event is organized as part of the “ASEAN-China norms II” network (following on from IRN ASEAN-China norms I).

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Book launch

Lancement deL’Asie du Sud-Est 2024 : Bilan, enjeux et perspectives à Hanoï

À l’occasion de la sortie du livre L’Asie du Sud-Est 2024 : Bilan, enjeux et perspectives, l’IRASEC en collaboration avec la CCIFV et l’Institut Français du Vietnam, vous convie à l’événement en présence de Jérôme Samuel et Clément Berthou, auteur du chapitre sur les “dynamiques et perspectives de l’internationalisation du yuan en Asie du Sud-Est”.

Hanoï le 23 avril 2024, de 8h30 à 11h

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Conference

Les arts martiaux du monde malais

Gabriel Facal présentera les arts martiaux du monde malais à l’occasion du Festival des Auteurs Francophones qui se tiendra à l’Alliance Française de Kuala Lumpur le dimanche 24 mars 2024.

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Book launch

Présentation de L’Asie du Sud-Est 2024

Gabriel Facal présentera L’Asie du Sud-Est 2024 à l’occasion du Festival des Auteurs Francophones qui se tiendra à l’Alliance Française de Kuala Lumpur le dimanche 24 mars 2024.

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Workshop

Comment redefinir la notion de « religion » à l’epoque postmoderne ?

Jérémy Ianni participera au colloque organisé par l’Institut Catholique de Paris, le samedi 6 avril à 16h avec une intervention intitulée « De la théologie au psycho-religieux : une étude des praxis religieuses à partir du cas d’une fraternité de dénomination Born Again aux Philippines ».

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Workshop

One Urban Health Workshop in Southeast Asia

The One Urban Health Workshop, organized by researchers Olivier Telle (CNRS, researcher at IRASEC) and Serge Morand (CNRS, associate researcher at IRASEC), took place on January 30-31 at CNRS Singapore, drawing over 100 participants from across Southeast Asia. The event featured 20 presentations and 2 group discussions, focusing on ‘One Health’ initiatives within urban Southeast Asia. The workshop aimed finally to forge stronger links between the challenges and solutions brought by global (...)

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Seminar

Private patronage in modern & contemporary southeast asian art ecologies & art histories, 20th–21st centuries

IRASEC, the Art History Department of Silpakorn University (Bangkok), the Musée national d’art moderne – Centre Pompidou and Amis du Centre Pompidou (Paris) are organizing an international symposium on private patronage in modern and contemporary art in Southeast Asia. Specialists from four different countries will meet on Saturday February 24 at the Bangkok Art and Culture Center to discuss this issue. This event is supported the Embassy fo France in Thailand.

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Conference

Reverse Glass Painting in Java, 19th–20th Centuries: Reflections of a World on the Move

A Talk by Jérôme Samuel

Date & Time : Thursday, 29 February 2024 at 19:00
Venue : Lecture Room, 4/Floor, The Siam Society

Painting under glass was widely practised in Indonesia between the end of the 19th century and the 1970s. It was so successful that almost all Javanese iconography was reproduced on this medium. However, as works on other media (paper, wood, leather) have survived less well over time, reverse glass paintings give us access to a range of images that would be hard to find elsewhere.

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Workshop

One Urban Health Workshop in Southeast Asia

Create Tower, Singapore
30 - 31 January 2024

Climate change, escalating pollution, and the loss of wildlife pose major health challenges for individuals in Southeast Asia. Additionally, while historical pathogens like dengue, malaria, and scrub typhus persist, there is an alarming increase in epidemics due to emerging viruses, especially zoonoses, which are rapidly emerging in the region.

In response to these challenges, the ’One Health’ approach, which highlights the interdependence between human, animal, and environmental health, is gaining recognition.

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