Sussex Asia Centre

 Current Highlights


2019 Visiting Professor

The Sussex Asia Centre is delighted to welcome this year's Visiting Professor: Hitoshi Yonekura. Professor Yonekura is the Presidentially Designated Extraordinary Professor at Tohoku University, Japan.

Read more about Professor Yonekura

Sussex Asia Centre - AISS Collaborations

The Asia Centre's ongoing collaboration with the Afghan Institute for Strategic Studies  continues with a series of joint events in the UK and Afghanistan.

Read more about our work with AISS

Trust, Global Traders and Commodities in a Chinese International City

Professor Magnus Marsden leads this multi-sited and interdisciplinary research project centred on the Chinese city of Yiwu, engaging researchers and theoretical approaches in anthropology, area studies, business studies, and history and drawing on expertise from law, commercial shipping, and international trade policy.

Read more about the Yiwu Project

Inter-Asian Dynamics Research Network 

Professor Magnus Marsden leads a new network exploring the nature of connections, comparisons and circulations across multiple Asian settings.

IADRN Project Page

Narrating Blood

Professor Maya Unnithan, director of the Centre for Cultures, Reproduction, Technologies and Health (CORTH), is building an international network for cross-cultural research and intervention into blood-related reproductive and adolescent health and care-economies in India, Bangladesh, Ghana and the UK.

Read more about our research on Health and Well-being

Environmental History of South Asia

Professor Vinita Damodaran uses historical records to understand climate change in the Indian Ocean World.

Read more about our research on the Environment

Woman's Leadership in the Asian Century

Professor Louise Morley, Director of the Centre of Higher Education and Equity Research, explores women and academic leadership in Asia.

Read more about our research on Knowledge and Education

 Recent Events

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Ethnicity, Politics and Social Change in Sri Lanka

Wednesday 27 February 11:00 until 17:15
Global Studies Resource Centre, Arts C
Speaker: R. Stirrat; L. Heslop; M. Whittaker; F. Haniffa; R. Venugopal; D. Esler
Part of the series: Asia Centre Sri Lanka Workshop

Six speakers present their cutting-edge research on the theme of Ethnicity, Politics, and Social Change in Sri Lanka. 

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By: James McMurray
Last updated: Monday, 4 February 2019

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Upcoming Events

Ethnicity, Politics and Social Change in Sri Lanka

Wednesday 27 February 11:00 until 17:15
Global Studies Resource Centre, Arts C
Speaker: R. Stirrat; L. Heslop; M. Whittaker; F. Haniffa; R. Venugopal; D. Esler
Part of the series: Asia Centre Sri Lanka Workshop

Six speakers present their cutting-edge research on the theme of Ethnicity, Politics, and Social Change in Sri Lanka. 

Back to events list


By: James McMurray
Last updated: Monday, 4 February 2019

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Contact

Director:

Professor Magnus Marsden
T: +44 (0)1273 606755 ext2312
E: M.Marsden@sussex.ac.uk

University of Sussex Asia Centre
Room C246, Arts C,
University of Sussex
Falmer,
Brighton
BN1 9SJ,
UK