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The Saw Swee Hock Southeast Asia Centre at LSE is delighted to announce its upcoming events. Join us in May and June for SEAC's Summer Term Research Seminars, including:
4 May: Muslim parliamentarians and the allure of socialism: the case of Indonesia's Masjumi, 1950 – 60 Lin Hongxuan (National University of Singapore) will speak on the Socialist ideas of prominent Muslim intellectuals in Indonesia during the 1950's.
11 May: Doing Research in Cambodia: Connecting the Dots, Spotting the Interlinks Dr Eng Netra (Cambodia Development Resource Institute), and Dr Nhim Tum (Center for Natural Resources and Environment) will discuss the experience of doing research in Cambodia. Introducing the research environment and infrastructure, the event will also discuss lessons learned in collaborative research.
18 May: Expanding transboundary water governance: A mobile political ecology of sand and shifting resource-based livelihoods in Southeast Asia As part of the SEAC Southeast Asian Waters Seminar series Dr. Vanessa Lamb (Senior Lecturer, School of Geography, University of Melbourne) will speak on sand extraction and its consequences in Southeast Asia.
Take a look at the upcoming schedule, read more about our invited speakers and register to attend here https://lse.ac.uk/seac/events