Welcome to H-SEASIA, a member of H-Net Humanities & Social Sciences OnLine. H-SEASIA is a network for communication and contributions regarding the history and study of Southeast Asia.
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New Books in South and Southeast Asian Studies
Announcements and Discussion
Dear H-SEAsia Colleagues,
As foundational events in Asia, war and colonialism of the 20th century are continuously being reconstructed and represented in various forms of media in the present. Asia’s cultural memory of war and colonialism --a broad term encompassing any cultural phenomena that reference the war and colonial past--has become an important means for identity formation and political and ideological purposes. As a whole, this panel explores a particular kind of cultural remembering of war and colonialism--biographical or autobiographical narratives in literature or other media.
The Journal of the History of Ideas Blog (jhiblog.org) is seeking new Contributing Editors. We publish a diverse range of original scholarship twice weekly, which reaches a broad audience in and outside the academy.
H-SEAsia subscribers: Please note EAA's particular interest in soliciting manuscripts on Southeast Asia below.
Breaking History: A World History Podcast
Episode 24: French Explorers in Southeast Asia and Colonialism
with Olivier Schouteden
Call for Papers – Association of Asian Studies Annual Meeting 2019
H-SEAsia subscribers: note that the editors of this volume welcome work on Southeast Asia; see further details in call below.