Explorations Volume 13 re-examines established approaches to the study of Southeast Asia.
This week's bookshelf spotlights new releases on women in Southeast Asia including titles on Indonesia (Bali), Malaysia, and Myanmar.
This week's bookshelf spotlights the history Chinese Traders in Manila in conjunction with the talk by Dr. Barbara Andaya scheduled for March 1.
Join CSEAS on March 8 for a talk by Dr. William Chapman on "Ancient Sites of Southeast Asia: A Traveler's Guide through History, Ruins, and Landscapes".
This week's bookshelf highlights new releases on Thailand including books from the UH Press, NUS Press, and SUNY Press.
Join CSEAS on March 1 for a talk by Dr. Barbara Andaya on "Christianity, Conversion and Overseas Chinese in 17th century Manila".
This week's bookshelf looks at the legacy of America's secret war in Laos with a spotlight on the new release "A Great Place to Have a War".
The East-West Center Arts Program will be holding events with a focus on Myanmar throughout Spring 2017.
This compilation of reading assigned to students in Southeast Asia will expand your horizons — and your bookshelves.
Check out the wide array of Southeast Asia related panels that will be held at the upcoming 2017 Association of Asian Studies Conference.