We spotlight the festivals and folktales of Southeast Asia as the region celebrates the new year this week with water festivals Songkran and Thingyan.
In honor of International Women's Day, held on March 8, this week we spotlight books on women in Southeast Asia.
The 2015 Bookshelf Spotlight kicks off with a two-week series highlighting new releases from the University of Hawaiʻi Press. Check back next week for more!
Our first bookshelf for the Fall 2014 semester will whet your appetite for SEA food!
This week we feature writing on the diverse and changing architectural styles in Southeast Asia.
This week's selection includes books examining the changing socio-economic dynamics and community & cultural formations in Southeast Asian cities.
In the spirit of James C. Scott visiting UH this week, we are featuring a selection on group resistance and marginalization in Southeast Asia.
Take a look at some literature reflecting the diverse expressions and practices relating to martial arts in Southeast Asia.
We are featuring books on everyday forms of resistance, inspired by James C. Scott's work, in Southeast Asia this week.
This week, in the spirit of Halloween, we have haunting selection of books on myths and magic from Southeast Asia.