Printed material and newspaper cuttings concerned with the Joint Session of the Royal Asiatic Society, the Société Asiatique, American Oriental Society and the Scuola Orientale-R. Università di Roma hosted by the Royal Asiatic Society, 3-6 September 1919.
Joint Session of the Royal Asiatic Society, the Société Asiatique, American Oriental Society and the Scuola Orientale-R. Università di Roma
- This material is held at
- ReferenceGB 891 RAS OC1
- Dates of Creation1919
- Name of Creator
- Language of MaterialEnglish French
- Physical Description1 archival folder
Scope and Content
Administrative / Biographical History
The 17th International Congress of Orientalists, fixed to be held in Oxford in 1915, was abandoned due to the First World War. In September 1919, Orientalists, principally from the Royal Asiatic Society, Société Asiatique, American Oriental Society and Scuolà Orientale - R. Università di Roma, with representatives from other nations, gathered to discuss the future of Oriental Studies. This was hosted by the Royal Asiatic Society and included a series of lectures, various receptions including a visit to the British Museum and to Kew Gardens, and culminated with a Banquet held at the Imperial Restaurant, Regent Street, on Saturday 6 September.
The material was divided into two series:
- RAS OC1/1 - Printed Material
- RAS OC1/2 - Newspaper Cuttings
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This material was catalogued by Nancy Charley, RAS Archivist, in 2019.
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