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New Books in South and Southeast Asian Studies
Announcements and Discussion
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please forward the following information to advanced BA students in the humanities and social sciences who will graduate in 2018 and are interested in continuing their studies in a competitive, international joint degree master program at two leading research institutions in Japan and Germany.
Kyoto University and Heidelberg University invite interested students to orientations in Japan and Germany about the new international Joint Degree Master of Arts Program in Transcultural Studies (JDTS).
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Asian Graduate Student Fellowships 2018 (6 weeks In-residence)
CFP Issue 5.2 (Forgetting Wars)
Edited by Tina Chen (Penn State), Josephine Park (UPenn), and We Jung Yi (Penn State)
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
This conference will bring together scholars based in Malaysia, Singapore, Indonesia, Philippines, Thailand, Vietnam and China to examine specific case studies of the historical formation and contemporary flourishing of certain of the trade, temple and trust networks that emerged from the spread of migration of Chinese from the south and southeast coast of China to Southeast Asia.
The five essays introduced in Issue 22 of Kyoto Review of Southeast Asia by Edoardo Siani investigate some of the numerous configurations of the contemporary Thai cosmos:
Full details of this position are available on the H-Net Job Guide at the following link: https://www.h-net.org/jobs/job_display.php?id=55860
Tenure-Track Faculty Position in Southeast Asian Studies
at Sogang University