This week our bookshelf highlights award winning children's books, authors, and illustrators from the Philippines.
We spotlight the festivals and folktales of Southeast Asia as the region celebrates the new year this week with water festivals Songkran and Thingyan.
This week we spotlight new books on Indonesia by ISEAS including 'A 14th Century Malay Code of Laws' by UH SEA faculty Uli Kozok.
This week we spotlight books by Ninotchka Rosca, one of the Philippine's most controversial and highly respected authors.
The CSEAS Bookshelf Spotlight returns with a feature on language acquisition featuring many professors at UH-Mānoa.
This week we present a special summer session bookshelf spotlight featuring books that explore the impact of political theatre and dance.
This week we feature essays and filmographies analyzing and theorizing the changes and foreign influences on Filipino cinema.
Tweet this! Check out our 'Bird Cred' with this week's bookshelf spotlight focusing on Southeast Asian avifauna.
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.