Author: Beau Mueller
New resources available for K-12 educators interested in introducing students to Indonesia and Randai.
Four featured books on art, authority, and technology in Indonesia.
The 2013 Southeast Asia Spring Speaker Series featured four diverse talks. Here is a quick summary of what was presented at the Center during the Spring semester.
Here we feature four recently published books on the history of Laos.
Featuring five diverse works about or with content on Kuala Lumpur, “arguably Southeast Asia’s most spectacular city.”
Featuring five recently published books on Southeast Asian Film
Featuring five books on the some of the diverse arts of Southeast Asia.
Featuring five recently published books on the “Founding Father of Singapore”
Featuring five ethnographic works pertaining to Southeast Asia.
The School of Pacific and Asian Studies (SPAS) will be holding their annual graduate student conference this week from April 3-5 in the Center for Korean Studies Auditorium.