The Centre of South Asian Studies is a cross-disciplinary research centre open to students from across the University and to researchers from around the world. These pages contain information about the work of the Centre, its library and archive collections and about events at the Centre and throughout the University which might be of interest to scholars of South and Southeast Asia.
The Centre and its library and archive are open to visitors throughout the year, Monday-Friday, from 9.30 am to 5.30 pm.
News & events
- The course 'Visual rhetoric and modern South Asian history' begins on Thursday 21 January in Room S2 at 4pm. Click here for details
- The film series 'Social movements, protest and dissent in India' begins on Thursday 14 January at 6pm. Click here for the full programme
- BASAS Annual Conference. The Centre is hosting the annual BASAS Conference for 2016. Details can be found by clicking here
- The seminar list for the Michaelmas Term is available by clicking here.