H-Diplo Roundtable XX-39 on Southeast Asia’s Cold War: An Interpretive History

H-Diplo Roundtable Review
Volume XX, No. 39

20 May 2019

Roundtable Editors: Thomas Maddux and Diane Labrosse
Roundtable and Web Production Editor: George Fujii

Ang Cheng Guan.  Southeast Asia’s Cold War:  An Interpretive History.  Honolulu:  University of Hawai’i Press, 2018.  ISBN:  9780824872571 (hardback, $68.00); 9780824873479 (paperback, $30.00).

URL: http://www.tiny.cc/Roundtable-XX-39

Contents

Call for Papers Reminder: Creative Spaces, Affective Responses and Visual Methods: New Approaches to Film Fan Tourism - Call for Papers. 

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University of Sheffield
July 12th 2019

Change and Resistance: Future Directions of Southeast Asia | Extended Deadline for CfP

The Consortium of the Southeast Asian Studies in Asia welcomes paper and panels for the biennial Southeast Asian Studies in Asia Conference (SEASIA 2019), with the theme “Change and Resistance: Future Directions of Southeast Asia,” on 5 to 7 December 2019, at the Academia Sinica, Taipei, Taiwan. Deadline of submissions has been extended to 1 April 2019.

CONFERENCE TOPICS

Scholars are encouraged to submit papers with the following subthemes to be presented at the conference.

1)  Historical Continuities and Changes

Call for Abstracts

Call for Abstracts 2019

The Regional Journal of Southeast Asian Studies (RJSEAS) is an online, internationally peer-reviewed, bi-annual journal in English that provides a platform for local scholars based in Southeast Asia to share their research internationally and seeks to foster academic discourse and promote scholarly interest on Southeast Asia.

Regional Journal of Southeast Asian Studies (RJSEAS) Vol. 4, Issue 1 (January 2019)

The Regional Journal of Southeast Asian Studies (RJSEAS) Vol. 4, Issue 1 (January 2019) is now available online and contains the following articles:

1. Emergence of the Girl Guide in Mynamar by Nyo Nyo Khin

2. Religious practices and syncretization: The Tzu Chi missions in the Northern Thai border by Sunanta Yamthap and Aranya Siriphon

3. American ventures in Philippine Penology: The Case of Bilibid prison, 1915–1928 by Maria Margarita M. Baguisi

Please visit our website at www.rjseas.org.

The Postwar Rise and Decline of the Left in Southeast Asia | A Lecture

The UP Asian Center will be organizing “The Postwar Rise and Decline of the Left in Southeast Asia,” a public lecture by Nathan Gilbert Quimpo on 7 March 2019, 1 pm–3 pm, UP Asian Center, QC. The lecture is free and open to the public; seating is first-come, first-served, but participants are encouraged to sign up online.

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