Join us for a talk that explores the making of “companionable objects” and a “companionable conscience” in Indonesia’s art world. (on 12/09)
The CSEAS Bookshelf Spotlight returns with a feature on language acquisition featuring many professors at UH-Mānoa.
Ambrosius Ruwidrijarto speaks at the TEDxJakSel 2012 about illegal logging.
Two special classes will be offered at UH-Mānoa by master teachers in preparation for the upcoming Wayang Listrik production.
The upcoming 2014 HIFF will feature 13 films from Southeast Asia, including the first commercial film to come out of Brunei in over 50 years.
Music & Dance from Yogyakarta, Indonesia will come to the Bakken Auditorium of Mid-Pacific Institute on 11/22
Di Timur Matahari (East of the Sun) follows young Papuan children as they struggle to get an education despite an ongoing tribal war in their midst.
Our first bookshelf for the Fall 2014 semester will whet your appetite for SEA food!
IPAC examines the effectiveness of the Indonesian National Anti-Terrorism Agency in their latest report.
IPAC looks at the implications of Partai Aceh’s reduced support among other issues in their latest report