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[Conférence] Anthony Reid : Southeast Asia’s ‘Ring of Fire’

Conférence organisée par le groupe Asie Sedet / HSTM et le Centre Asie du Sud Est (Case-CNRS)


Anthony Reid

Professeur émérite, Australian National University


Writing History in a Dangerous Environment:

Southeast Asia’s ‘Ring of Fire’


Mercredi 24 avril de 17h30 à 19h30

Salle 104, 1er étage Bâtiment Olympe de Gouges, rue Albert Einstein, Paris 13e



Bibliothèque François-Mitterrand

Bus : 89, 62, 64, 325

Conf A Reid 24 avril 2013

Anthony Reid est l’auteur de :


Research interests

History of Southeast Asia, with particular interests in Indonesia and Malaysia, early modern history, nationalism, minorities, social, economic and religious history, and Sumatra. He is currently writing a contracted new history of Southeast Asia, while also exploring the interface between history and geology in Indonesia’s natural disaster record.


Anthony Reid is an emeritus Professor of the College of Asia & the Pacific, and a Visiting Fellow in its Department of Political & Social Change. He was a member of ANU’s former Department of Pacific & Asian History for many years until 1999, before moving offshore as founding Director successively of the Center for Southeast Asian Studies at UCLA, Los Angeles, and of the Asia Research Institute of NUS in Singapore.

Professor Anthony Reid  sur le site de l”Australian National University