You are cordially invited to attend an online event 'Life in a Post-COVID World: Learning from Southeast Asia' hosted by LSE Festival: Shaping the Post-COVID World with LSE Saw Swee Hock Southeast Asia Centre.
Date: 1st March 2021 (Monday)
Time: 13:00-14:00 GMT
Saw Swee Hock Southeast Asia Centre (SEAC) at the London School of Economics and Political Science aims to introduce world-leading academic and policy research with a focus on the Southeast Asian social and political landscape. SEAC is pleased to share its seminar series for Spring 2021 with you.
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The SEALS committee is happy to announce the details of our next annual conference. SEALS is a venue for topics related to lingustics and language in Southeast Asia.
This year, the conference will be entirely virtual. Authors of successful abstracts will upload videos, which will all go live simultaneously on Tuesday, June 1st 2021.
We encourage you to submit abstracts by the deadline of Sunday, January 31st 2021. Please see the conference website for more details.
The Chinese University of Hong Kong’s MA in Intercultural Studies Program invites everyone to two Zoom talks on Islamic femininity and revolutionary pan-Asianism in Jan 2021. For inquiries, please contact email@example.com.
"Philippine Asianist Thought and Southeast Asian Pan-Asianist Action in the ‘Periphery’ of Asia at the Turn of the Twentieth Century,” Dr. Nicole CuUnjieng Aboitiz (University of Cambridge), Jan 13, Wed, 12pm (Hong Kong time)
Reconceptualizing the Cold War: On-the-ground Experiences in Asia (RCW) is a Singapore Ministry of Education-funded research project based in the Department of History at the National University of Singapore (NUS) and directed by A/P Masuda Hajimu. This project aims to build a digital database of oral interviews, for use by both researchers and students, that captures the emotions, enthusiasms, and fears of ordinary peoples who experienced the post-World War II decades in East, Southeast, and South Asia.