James C. Scott takes on the narratives that states hold dear, engaging the stories we tell ourselves about agriculture & animal domestication.
In her talk Step describes how Twitter and Facebook have had a dramatic impact on her work as an Al Jazeera journalist in Southeast Asia.
CSEAS will co-sponsor a talk by Dr. Scott, the Sterling Professor of Political Science and Professor of Anthropology at Yale University. (on 2/26)
The SEA Film program opens it's 19th semester with a screening of The Sapphires, a film about troop entertainment during the Viet Nam war. (on 01/22)
University of Hawaii PhD Candidates Wendy Miles and Bryan Bushley were featured on the Asia in Review in a discussion on forest conservation through the REDD+ mechanism.
A Department of Geography class made international news with the publication of a collaborative article they published in the prestigious journal Nature.
On Oct. 2 we will screen an outstanding animated flick based on the Ramayana feat. Indonesian shadow puppets!
Join us for this talk and new book launch on 9/27.
Featuring five recently published books on Southeast Asian Film
Featuring five books on the some of the diverse arts of Southeast Asia.