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PAST LECTURES

The RSAA has been hosting thought-provoking lectures from expert speakers twice a month since 1901.

We maintain a record of all the lectures that have been given to the RSAA, and transcriptions of many of the most interesting lectures have been published in Asian Affairs. In recent years we have also started filming major lectures so that members around the world can enjoy them at their leisure.

LATEST LECTURES

		    			
May 2004
Reinterpreting the Silk Road by Dr Susan Whitfield View bio

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Name
Dr Susan Whitfield

Susan Whitfield is an historian of China and the Silk Road. She directs the International Dunhuang Project at the British Library, an international collaborative project to digitise and research all the archaeological artefacts from the Eastern Silk Road. She has written and travelled widely on the Silk Road. She was formerly a member of the Council of the Society.

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May 2004
Women in Afghanistan: Past, Present, Future by Mrs Elizabeth Winter View bio

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Name
Mrs Elizabeth Winter

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April 2004
The Presentation of Islamic Art in a Modern Museum by Dr Claus-Peter Hasse View bio

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Name
Dr Claus-Peter Hasse

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April 2004
Changing Ladakh Observed: Trekking in Zanskar by Mr Adrian Steger View bio

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Name
Mr Adrian Steger
Job title
Surgeon

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March 2004
Uzbekistan: Current Challenges by Diloram Ibrahimova View bio

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Name
Diloram Ibrahimova

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March 2004
Uzbekistan: The Centre of the Silk Road by Mr Calum MacLeod View bio

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Name
Mr Calum MacLeod

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Society Tour

RSAA 2019 TOUR: CROSSING THE ANCIENT SILK ROAD: CHINA AND CENTRAL ASIA

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18 DEC

UPCOMING EVENT

EXTRA LECTURE: Hindu Rashtra and the future of Indian Muslims

Where: 1.15pm at the Royal Astronomical Society, Burlington House, Piccadilly
[No sandwich lunch available]

Tickets: Free

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