This week we feature a Khmer artist influenced by American pop and presumed to be executed under the hands of the Khmer Rouge.
CSEAS continues our faculty spotlight by featuring the research, teaching, and projects of Dr. Miriam Stark in the Dept. of Anthropology.
Visiting speaker Ian Baird discusses how resistance occurs in various ways in regard to land concessions in Laos and Cambodia. (on 01/14)
Enjoy a beautiful travelogue of images from Southeast Asia by videographer Janis Brod.
We close our 2015 Music program with a classic psychedelic rock song from Cambodia.
Ngo Menghourng has overcome disapproval from family and peers to build a career enabling him to give back to the community.
Join us for a talk on the plight of homeless peoples in Phnom Penh, Cambodia as a consequence of their enmeshment in a new logic of urban governance.
Listen to a mixture of sounds from the East and West in Chinary Ung's classical-genre composition as this week's featured song.
We are proud to announce a new series featuring the work of CSEAS affiliated faculty beginning with Southeast Asia art historian, Dr. Paul Lavy.
A documentary about Cambodia’s pop stars of the 50s, 60s, and 70s will be screened at the Doris Duke Theatre this week!