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University of Texas - Austin, History Department
Advanced Associate Professor/Professor, East Asia and/or Southeast Asia before 1900
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Assistant Professor, Tenure-Track, International Studies
University of San Francisco
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MOVEMENT: SOUTHEAST ASIA
1st Postgraduate Conference on Southeast Asia
22 September 2017
SOAS University of London
The weather plays an often underestimated, yet vitally important role in human history. Climate has been considered an explanation for almost every aspect of society and culture, from causing disease to determining racial characteristics historically. Extremes of weather, especially those experienced in Asia including typhoons and monsoon rains, have also had a major impact on society.