Take a look back at the wide array of topics highlighted in our Fall 2016 Bookshelf Spotlights. New spotlights for Spring 2017 will begin next week!
This week's bookshelf highlights new representations of colonialism in SE Asia including documentary, youth and empire, and concepts of race.
This week, our bookshelf takes a look at Histories of Southeast Asia in conjunction with the Andaya's upcoming talk on this topic on Oct. 13.
This week's bookshelf takes a look at urbanization in Southeast Asia and how it affects women in Cambodia and Sarawak, Malaysia.
Barbara Watson Andaya and Leonard Andaya's discuss their writing of a regional history of ‘early modern’ Southeast Asia in their 2015 Golay lecture at Cornell.
As we begin the fall term, take a look back at the wide array of topics in our Summer & Spring Bookshelf Spotlights. More great titles to come this semester!
Take a look back at the UH CSEAS Bookshelf spotlights from the Spring 2016 semester.
This week's bookshelf spotlights releases that look closely at the U.S. relationship with Southeast Asia.
Our bookshelf this week spotlights Hinduism in Southeast Asia as many countries throughout the region observe Deepavali or the Festival of Lights.
Our bookshelf this week spotlights Malaysia's government & economy as the country prepares to celebrate Malaysia Day on Sept. 16.