Take a look back at the wide array of topics highlighted in our Fall 2016 Bookshelf Spotlights. New spotlights for Spring 2017 will begin next week!
This week’s bookshelf highlights new representations of colonialism in SE Asia including documentary, youth and empire, and concepts of race.
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.
Join us on Oct. 24 for a talk by Dr. Pia Arboleda on “Sexism in Philippine Language: Reinforcement Versus Resistance”.
As we begin the fall term, take a look back at the wide array of topics in our Summer & Spring Bookshelf Spotlights. More great titles to come this semester!
UH CSEAS & the School of Pacific & Asian Studies welcomes Dr. Christianne Collantes who will begin her post-doctoral work at UH Mānoa this fall.
Take a look back at the UH CSEAS Bookshelf spotlights from the Spring 2016 semester.
This week’s bookshelf brings you an array of recent releases on the Philippines.
Listen to a band that describes their sound as “heavy beats, and punk-jazz noise guitars, stitched together by light icy vocals.”