The EuroSEAS is an international initiative to foster scholarly cooperation within Europe in the field of Southeast Asian studies. It was founded in 1992 and it is the only pan-European scientific organization dedicated to Southeast Asian studies.
The main EuroSEAS activity is the organization of an international conference bringing together hundreds of specialists of Southeast Asia from all over the world. The first 6 conferences were held respectively in Leiden, 1995; Hamburg, 1998; London, 2001; Paris, 2004; Naples, 2007 and Gothenburg, 2010.
EuroSEAS members work in all areas of humanities and social sciences, from archeology to economics, from anthropology to linguistics. The Association is governed by a Board, elected every three years, composed by 9 members and 9 deputy members, plus the Chairperson and the Secretary. The Secretariat provides coordination for the ongoing activities and manages the financial resources. At present the Secretariat is hosted by the Technical University of Lisbon, at the School of Social and Political Sciences - ISCSP, Lisbon. The Chairperson is the legal representative of the association and presides the Board.
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The EurASEAA was established in 1986 as a parallel association of the already existing South Asian Archaeology Association. The main aim of the association is to bring together every two years, at a location in Europe, scholars who are working in the field of Southeast Asian archaeology to offer facilities to present and discuss new data. This international initiative is to foster scholarly cooperation within Europe in the field of Southeast Asian archaeology, as well as world-wide cooperation between Southeast Asian scholars. The association strives to find funds for inviting Southeast Asian colleagues to participate in its conferences. It held its first conference in London in 1986. Since then the EurASEAA has held conferences in: Paris, France (1988), Brussels, Belgium (1990), Rome, Italy (1992), Paris, France (1994), Leiden, The Netherlands (1996), Berlin, Germany (1998), Sarteano, Italy (2000), Sigtuna, Sweden (2002), London, UK (2004), Bougon, France (2006), Leiden, The Netherlands (2008).
Adresse : Institut für Vorderasiatische Archäologie, Freie Universität Berlin, Hüttenweg7, D-14195, Berlin, Germany
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