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New Books in South and Southeast Asian Studies
Announcements and Discussion
The Modern Language Association's newly established Comparative Literary and Cultural Studies permanent forum on Southeast Asian and Southeast Asian Diasporic literature and culture has posted the following CFP for a special session we are organizing for the January 2019 Convention in Chicago (under the presidential theme of "Textual Transactions"):
Southeast Asian Textual Translations and Transactions
Here is the third and final episode of our oral history with Kemal Taruc on living through dictatorship in Indonesia. I hope you've enjoyed the series and can use it in your classes or even for your research.
Breaking History: A World History podcast
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=56389
ISEAS-Yusof Ishak Institute, Singapore
The Pacific Historical Review recently published the following articles that may interest H-SEAsia list subscribers:
- “Protecting Slaves and Aborigines: The Legacies of European Colonialism in the British Empire” by Christina Twomey
- “A Voice for Slaves: The Office of the Fiscal in Berbice and the Beginning of Protection in the British Empire, 1819-1834” by Trevor Burnard
- “Archives of Protection: Language, Dispossession, and Resistance in 1840s Port Phillip District and New Zealand” by Rachel Standfield
Call for Papers – International Conference
Encounters, Rights, and Sovereignty in the Iberian empires (15th-19th centuries)
H-SEAsia subscribers will be interested to hear about the recent publication of Lynn Hollen Lees's Planting Empire, Cultivating Subjects: British Malaya, 1786–1941 by Cambridge University Press:
Lynn Hollen Lees, Planting Empire, Cultivating Subjects: British Malaya, 1786–1941. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 2017. 359 pp. $120. (hardback); $59.99 (ebook). ISBN 9781107038400.
CALL FOR PAPERS: INTERNATIONAL CONFERENCE ON GENDER AND SEXUALITY IN ASIA (COGEN 2018)
Dates: November 12-14, 2018 | Venue: Monash University Malaysia | Abstract deadline: April 30, 2018
Contemporary religious actors and their significance in gender and sexuality justice in Asia