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New Books in South and Southeast Asian Studies
Announcements and Discussion
Hello again H-SEAsia,
I present Part Two of our three-part interview with Kemal Taruc!
Breaking History: A World History Podcast
Episode 20: Indonesia- Living Through Dictatorship and Resistance. Part 2 of 3
An Interview with Kemal Taruc
The Graduate Programme for Transcultural Studies (GPTS) of the Heidelberg Centre for Transcultural Studies at Heidelberg University welcomes applications for up to six doctoral scholarships beginning in the winter semester 2018/19.
Call for Nominations - Filipino Studies Honors and Awards – 2018
The Filipino section of the Association for Asian American Studies invites nominations (including self-nominations) for the inaugural Filipino Honors and Awards, which support and recognize the most outstanding contributions to Filipino Studies, broadly construed.
Greetings from George Town World Heritage Incorporated!
The Documentation Centre of Cambodia (DC-Cam) and the University of Bath invite applications for a 1 year Research Associate attached to the international, multi-country research program, Changing the Story: Building Inclusive Societies for Young People. For more info see:
A volume of research articles on precolonial warfare in Southeast Asia, edited by myself and Kathryn Wellen (KITLV) will be out shortly. The details are below:
Michael W. Charney & Kathryn Wellen (eds.), Warring Societies of Pre-Colonial Southeast Asia: Local Cultures of Conflict Within a Regional Context (Copenhagen: NIAS, 2017).
My name is Matthew Bowser and I am an ABD PhD Candidate at Northeastern University studying Myanmar and the British Empire in World History. My dissertation will focus on discerning the origins and nature of anti-immigrant and anti-Muslim xenophobia in British Burma in the 1930s, so if anyone is doing something similar or would otherwise like to discuss, feel free to reach out!
Asia Intermedialities: New Objects, Themes, and Methods at the Convergence of East and Southeast Asian Cultural and Media Studies
Centre for Cultural Studies
Department of Cultural and Religious Studies
The Chinese University of Hong Kong
25-26 May 2018