This week's bookshelf spotlights some recent releases on Timor-Leste.
Call for papers now open for School of Pacific and Asian Studies graduate student conference.
The "Khmer Pronouncing Dictionary" is now available via UNESCO, the culmination of a ten-year linguistical research project.
This week our bookshelf spotlights the experiences of women in the Philippines including Filipina revolutionaries, feminists, writers and members of the global economy.
Selection of Southeast Asian films being shown at the Hawaii International Film Festival in November 2016.
This week our bookshelf takes a look at contemporary art in Southeast Asia and how it intersects with politics and identity in the region.
CSEAS Associate Director Paul Rausch recently sat down with the Engaging with Vietnam team to discuss film and the conference.
This week, our bookshelf takes a look at Histories of Southeast Asia in conjunction with the Andaya's upcoming talk on this topic on Oct. 13.
Dr. David Hanlon on the Engaging With Vietnam conference, interdisciplinary conferences, and the UH Mānoa Department of History.
Seniors and recent college graduates - Apply by Nov. 11 for the Princeton in Asia Fellowship offering 130 full-year fellowships in Asia for 2017-2018.