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Vimalin Rujivacharakul

​​​​​​​​After returning from her research leave at the University of Tokyo and Aoyama Gakuin University in late 2013 (under the auspices of the Social Science Research Council and Japan Society for the Promotion of Science), Professor Vimalin Rujivacharakul has published her volume, Architecturalized Asia (2014), and delivered several public talks at major institutions. In March, she gave a talk at the Association for Asian Studies' Annual Conference titled "Along the Buddha Steps: Should We Find Alexander the Great or Darius III"; in April, she gave a seminar lecture for the Faculty of Anthropology and Sociology of the National University of Singapore, "Turanian Pigmies and Caucasian Pyramids"; and at the Museum of Fine Arts, Houston, she presented a paper at the symposium on Asian art and architectural history titled "Ma Qingyun: Mocking the First Emperor Terracotta Warriors in the Age of Globa​lism." Earlier, she also gave a public seminar at the Institute for Advanced Studies on Asia (Tobunken) in Tokyo, "Between the Globe and the World," and co-organized a workshop, "Beyond Established Categories in World Historical Studies." Her new book, Liang Sicheng and the Temple of Buddha's Light, is in print.

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Professor Vimalin Rujivacharakul also delivered several public talks at major institutions

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