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UKNA - Urban Asia presentation series
Leiden
26 February 2019
IIAS Lunch Lecture
Leiden
19 March 2019
Conference
Leiden
16 July 2019
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February
26
2019
UKNA - Urban Asia presentation series

Lunch Lecture by Dr Emma Natalya Stein (Freer|Sackler, Washington, DC, USA), who will talk about the distinct sacred geography of the South Indian city of Kanchi, where as early as the ninth century, temples have been emplaced within the city limits. Their specific orientation combined with the circulation of a cosmopolitan population integrated them with their city and transcended the boundaries of both sacred and urban space.

Fellowships at IIAS

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Fellowships at IIAS

IIAS invites excellent scholars to apply for a fellowship to work on an individual research project in the Humanities or Social Sciences. Scholars specialising in Asian-African interactions may also apply for the IIAS-ASCL joint fellowship.

Application deadlines:
IIAS & IIAS/CEM-FMSH fellowships:
1 March / 1 October
IIAS-ASCL joint fellowships: 15 March / 15 September
Gonda fellowships: 1 April / 1 October

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Fellowships at IIAS

IIAS invites excellent scholars to apply for a fellowship to work on an individual research project in the Humanities or Social Sciences. Scholars specialising in Asian-African interactions may also apply for the IIAS-ASCL joint fellowship.

Application deadlines:
IIAS & IIAS/CEM-FMSH fellowships:
1 March / 1 October
IIAS-ASCL joint fellowships: 15 March / 15 September
Gonda fellowships: 1 April / 1 October

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