8 Aug 2022
New publication on Global China
Nicholas Loubere has co-authored a short book titled Global China as Method, published by Cambridge University Press’s Elements in Global China series.
4 Aug 2022
Kinas Silkevejsinitiativ – udfordringer, uvished og udholdenhed
China’s Belt and Road Initiative: Challenges, uncertainties, and resilience
23 May 2022
How the invasion of Ukraine could change the global map
Paul O'Shea has written a new article on the impact of Russia's invasion of Ukraine for disputed territories around the world.
28 Apr 2022
New article: (Mis)using and International Relations theory to explain the war in Ukraine
Paul O'Shea has written an article on how international relations theory is being misused to explain the war in Ukraine.
25 Mar 2022
New publication on food safety after the Fukushima nuclear disaster.
Paul O'Shea has co-authored an article on the communication of food safety risk in the aftermath of the Fukushima disaster (2011-2020).
9 Mar 2022
Visual Methods and Practices in Research: New Work, Ideas and Approaches
Workshop 21-22 April at the Centre
4 Mar 2022
Denmark – the People’s Map of Global China
Tabita Rosendal, PhD student at the Centre for East and South-East Asian Studies, has written an article on the Sino-Danish relationship for the People’s Map of Global China.
1 Mar 2022
New publication on liberalism in Cambodia
Astrid Norén-Nilsson has published an article on strands of liberalism in Cambodian politics
18 Feb 2022
New publication on material religion, excess, and depopulation in Japan
Paulina Kolata has recently published an article in Allegra Lab on Buddhist material excess in contemporary Japan. The piece contributes to the thematic thread on “Heritage out of ...
15 Feb 2022
New publication on gender and food in Japanese Buddhism
Paulina Kolata has co-authored a journal article with Gwendolyn Gillson on the importance of food literacy and its aesthetics in contemporary Japanese Buddhism. Along with the othe...
21 Jan 2022
Year In Review article on Cambodia in 2021
Astrid Norén-Nilsson has assessed Cambodia's political and social trends of the past year for East Asia Forum
17 Jan 2022
Two fully funded PhD positions in East and South-East Asian Studies
The Centre announces two PhD positions. East and South-East Asian Studies is an interdisciplinary subject that focuses on contemporary phenomena and processes in the region as a wh...
14 Dec 2021
New article on social infrastructure in Myanmar
Elizabeth Rhoads has co-authored a new article with Jayde Lin Roberts on Myanmar’s social infrastructure of nalehmu.
10 Dec 2021
Congratulations to Astrid and Nicholas who have both received research grants!
7 Dec 2021
New publication on Cambodian politics
Astrid Norén-Nilsson has published an article on regal legitimisations in connection with Cambodia's shift to hegemonic authoritarianism
22 Nov 2021
Veg*nism in the Sino-Cultural Sphere
Our PhD student Gina Song Lopez recently got to discuss her research on veg*n and plant-based food advocacy in East Asia with the Society for the Psychology of Human-Animal Intergr...
19 Oct 2021
China’s Belt and Road Initiative: Pragmatism over Morals?
Is China beating the US and EU through its pragmatic approach towards cooperation under the “Belt and Road” Initiative (“一带一路”倡议) (BRI)?
6 Oct 2021
New publication on Japanese foreign policy.
Paul O'Shea has written a chapter on the topic of Japanese foreign policy under the Democratic Party of Japan.
13 Sep 2021
Op-ed in The Guardian on the state of Japanese democracy
Paul O'Shea has co-authored an opinion article in The Guardian newspaper on the past, present, and future of Japanese democracy.
1 Sep 2021
Two new articles on Japanese politics in the Conversation
Paul O'Shea has published two articles on the latest developments in Japanese politics