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A Colloquium on Southeast Asian Studies

A Colloquium on Southeast Asian Studies

Proceedings of an international conference, held at Kota Kinabalu, Sabah, 22-26 November 1977

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Published by Institute of Southeast Asian Studies .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Asia, Southeastern,
  • Congresses,
  • Study and teaching

  • The Physical Object
    FormatUnknown Binding
    Number of Pages319
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL9202740M
    ISBN 109971902338
    ISBN 109789971902339

    Random Book Generator. Title: Southeast Asian Identities Author: Joel S. Kahn Publisher: ISBN ISBN Category: Asia, Southeastern Year: Type: BOOK Language: en Total Pages: Star Rating(NB-Coming soon) Tags: #southeast #asian #identities #joel #tauris #en #kahn. Add a Compliment. What make you special about this book?. Offered through: South and Southeast Asian Studies Terms offered: Fall , Summer Second 6 Week Session, Fall This course is devoted to a study of selected literary texts set in various regions of Southeast Asia. The readings will include works by foreign authors who lived and traveled in Southeast Asia and translations of works by.

    How Philippine Studies Began. July 1, and it was only years later that a Center for South and Southeast Asian Studies, which include the Philippines, was established. In the First National Colloquium on the Philippines was chaired by Charles Houston of Western Michigan University. Rizal Sukma in The Asia Pacific steering between crisis and opportunity: selected papers from the 23rd Asia-Pacific Roundtable, June , Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia.

    Wilful Men Push History: The Ex-Priest, the Ex-Soldier and the Dark Lord. by Maria Karina A. Bolasco. Date: Febru , Thursday, – Venue: Middle-sized Meeting Room, Inamori Foundation Building. Abstract: Much has been published on . The Sigur Center Asia Papers are a series of occasional publications written by the faculty, visiting scholars, and affiliates of The Sigur Center for Asian Studies. The series provides the informed public and policy community with engaging analysis and context for issues of.


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A Colloquium on Southeast Asian Studies Download PDF EPUB FB2

Get this from a library. A Colloquium on Southeast Asian Studies. [Chandran Jeshurun; A Terry Rambo; A B Shamsul;] -- The volume concentrates on Teaching and Research, and Environment and Development. Part I covers conceptual theories, experiences of institutions in the West, a regional perspective, and problems of.

A Colloquium on Southeast Asian Studies [Whole Publication, ISBN: ] USD USD: Add to Cart: Preliminary pages – Download: PART I: TEACHING & RESEARCH - THE CONCEPTUAL THEORIES: 1. Southeast Asian Studies: Problems & Potentialities - East & West, by Lauriston Sharp, author: USD: Add to Cart: 2.

The collaborative colloquium series allows researchers from various disciplines to meet and share ideas, present research or discuss current affairs related to Southeast Asia. The format varies in relation to the particular topics, research materials may be circulated beforehand to facilitate discussions.

The colloquium is an opportunity to collaboratively explore the broad nuances of. Get this from a library. A Colloquium on Southeast Asian Studies: proceedings of an international conference, held at Kota Kinabalu, Sabah, November [Shamsul Bahrin, Tunku.; Chandran Jeshurun.; A Terry Rambo;] -- A collection of twenty-four essays related to two major topics: courses and programs of study relating to Southeast Asia, and research and trends of study relating to the.

Notre Dame Islamic Studies Colloquium, Notre Dame, Indiana. likes. The Notre Dame Islamic Studies Colloquium is a dedicated group of students and professors researching Islam from an Followers:   The Master of Modern South and Southeast Asian Studies is a two-year transregional and interdisciplinary program.

It combines social sciences, modern history and contemporary issues of South and Southeast Asia. Its mission is to promote the link between both. Co-sponsored by the Center for Southeast Asian Coastal Interactions. About the Colloquium Series.

The Center for Cultural Studies hosts a Wednesday colloquium series which features current Cultural Studies work by campus faculty and visitors. These informal sessions consist of a minute presentation followed by discussion.

Title: GREENING ISAAN Elusive dream or looming nightmare. Speaker: MOLLE, François Pierre Marie. Time: Place: Medium-sized Meeting Room 3F Inamori Building Date: Thursday 26 March Abstract: The northeast of Thailand (Isaan) is known as the driest and poorest part of the country.

Poor soils and limited water. Deling Weller, Asian Languages and Cultures, has received a competitive and prestigious Michigan Road Scholars grant for U-M faculty. On a five-day traveling seminar on the State of Michigan, Deling will seek out Southeast Asian or Filipino presence in the places visited and talk about our SEA and Philippine studies programs.

History Department, Princeton University Dickinson Hall, Princeton, NJ Phone: Fax: Undergraduate: Graduate: The Center for Buddhist Studies oversees a variety of research programs, scholarly events, and outreach activities, often in collaboration with units on and off campus.

Activities include a colloquium series, conferences, a visiting scholar program, the Numata Visiting Professorship, and administering the Toshihide Numata Book Award.

Indonesian Studies Colloquium featuring Tony Reid (ANU/UCLA) and Henk Maier (UCR) Friday, Octo PM - PM Bunche Hall UCLA Campus Los Angeles, CA Tony Reid will discuss his first novel, Mataram, published with Monsoon Books (UK), in dialogue with Southeast Asian literature specialist Henk Maier (UC Riverside.

John Badgley, "Introduction." In The Book in Southeast Asia (Ithaca: Cornell University ), 3. Echols, "The Southeast Asia Program and the Library," 9.

Oey, "Southeast Asia." Lim Pui Huen, "Library Needs for Southeast Asian Studies." In A Colloquium on Southeast Asian Studies (Singapore: Institute of Southeast Asian Studies. "Promising but Reluctant: Southeast Asian Studies in Thailand," with Sombat Chantornwong in Tunku Shamsul Bahrin, et.

al., A Colloquium on Southeast Asian Studies (Singapore: Institute of Southeast Asian Studies, ), pp. "Thailand: Political Crisis of the 's," a paper presented at the Asia Society, New York, March The UCLA Center for Southeast Asian Studies was established in with a mission to promote outstanding research and teaching about the region.

Southeast Asia encompasses the modern states of Vietnam, Cambodia, Laos, Thailand, Burma (Myanmar), Malaysia, Singapore, Indonesia, Brunei, the Philippines, and East Timor.

Center for Japanese Studies Spring Events. Back to CJS Events Archive. June 1, Tessa Machida. Dynasties and Democracy in Japan February 1, Colloquium Speaker: Daniel M. Smith, Associate Professor, Harvard University New Discoveries in East and Southeast Asian Archaeology Ap University of Michigan Middle East Studies, Ann Arbor, MI.

1, likes 5 talking about this 14 were here. The Department of Middle East Studies is part of the College of Literature, Science and 5/5(1). The following Summer Term will see us hold a series of collaborative colloquium sessions on various issues related to Southeast Asian Studies, in collaboration with the Centre on Transcultural Asian Studies (CETRAS).

We welcome any participation by interested individuals. The collaborative colloquium sessions are designed to foster fruitful and productive discussions in an open atmosphere.

Professor Maier is the Director of SEATRiP, the interdisciplinary Southeast Asian Studies Program at UCR that, with its focus on Text, Ritual, and Perfomance, aims at developing new forms of engagement with Southeast Asia and its diasporas.

He is currently working on a book about the emergence of the concept of ‘literature’ in Southeast Asia. Steven Chung is associate professor in the East Asian Studies department, associate faculty in Comparative Literature, and chair of the University Committee for Film Studies.

His research and teaching interests range widely: from Korean and East Asian film and media to global histories of political and religious conversion to traditions in film theory and critical theory. The presentation introduces into a book project currently pursued by Marcus Mietzner (Australian National University) and Jürgen Rüland (University of Freiburg).

The book concludes six years of democratization research under the aegis of the University of. The Anthropology Department Colloquium Series Presents.

The Role of Korean Civil Society in the Making of “Korean National Cinema” Young-a Park, Asian Studies Program, University of Hawai‘i at Mānoa THURSDAY, April 7, PM, IN CRAWFORD HALL The SEATRiP Program at the University of California, Riverside – Southeast Asia: Texts, Rituals, Performance – brings together faculty and students who share an ongoing interest in the arts and humanities and are actively engaged with the languages and expressive cultures of Southeast Asia.

The scholars associated with the Program address regionally-specific texts, rituals and performances.