Explore the role of food and society in Viet Nam in this week's bookshelf spotlight.
The latest IPAC report discusses the competition between Indonesian ISIS leaders and their increasing risk of more violence.
Listen to a popular SXSW band that uses four-part harmonies and no lead singer. They are a CSEAS music program fave!
CSEAS invites audiences to a talk on the interpretation of ethnic relations through student engagement with Malaysian films. (on 2/10)
Enjoy some leading Indonesian authors in translation including two newly translated works by Eka Kurniawan.
Join us for a talk by Dr. Tran on Viet Nam's transformation process from planned economy to the free-market mechanism. (on 02/02)
Check out an up-and-coming young musician from Brunei, Juan Madial.
CSEAS continues our faculty spotlight by featuring the research, teaching, and projects of Dr. Miriam Stark in the Dept. of Anthropology.
Spotlighting books on Balinese Music & Performance as the UH Mānoa Asian Theatre Program kicks off "Battle of the Monkey Kings" this week.
Join I Made Moja for a talk about his experiences in Balinese stage design and his work as guest designer for Subali-Sugriwa. (on 01/23)