Previous Award Recipients

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2021 Research Impact Award Recipients

Charlie Rumsby | Drive to School

2019 Research Impact Award Recipients

Charlie Rumsby | Listen with your eyes
Elliot Newbold | Imagining Independence

2018 Research Impact Award Recipients

Cuong Pham | Diasporic hip-hop encounters Feat. Vietnam
Seb Rumsby | Hmongdom: innovative technology for rural development
Dr. Phill Wilcox | One World One Dream: the Rise of China in Laos

ASEAS 2018 Travel Bursaries

Travel bursaries to support the attendance of Southeast Asian researchers at the conference in Leeds on 5th-7th September were awarded to Siti Aisyah (Indonesia), Mae Lin Tjoa Bonatz (Philippines), Sopheak Chann (Cambodia), Hien Thi Nguyen (Vietnam), Bich Ngoc Hoang Thi (Vietnam), and Dewa Ayu Putu Eva Wishanti (Indonesia).

2017 Research Impact Award Recipients

Jessica rahardjo Funerary Complex Tolo
Jessica Rahardjo | Royal Funerary Material Culture of Bima, Indonesia

Ruji East-West Center
Ruji Auethavornpipat | US-ASEAN Engagement on Human Trafficking

Tallyn Mountain in Anlong Veng in Northern Cambodia
Tallyn Gray | Narrating Justice in Cambodia

The 2017 ASEAS Research Impact Award bursaries were awarded to Dr Eva Bentcheva (Asia Research Centre, Tate, London), Early Career Award; Dr. Tallyn Gray (University of Westminster), Early Career Award; Ruji Auethavornpipat (Australian National University), Postgraduate Award; Jessica Rahardjo (University of Oxford), Postgraduate Award; and Sarah Windred (University of the Sunshine Coast, Australia), Postgraduate Award.

2014 British Academy-ASEAS(UK) ECAF Visiting Fellowship Recipients

Ankor Wat Gateway CC By Jakub Hałun - Own work, CC BY-SA 4.0,
Dr Christopher Davis | Religious Institutions of the Greater Angkor Area (6-13thC CE)

Cambodia Dance Praveen
Dr. Amanda Rogers | Geopolitics and Performance: The role of NGOs in contemporary Cambodian dance