Category: Myanmar Talks
Join CSEAS on 1/30 for a talk by Dr. Virginia Henderson and photographer/writer Tim Webster on “Yangon Echoes: Inside Heritage Homes”.
Terminally Haunted: Aviation Ghosts, Hybrid Buddhist Practices, and Disaster Aversion Strategies Amongst Airport Workers in Myanmar and Thailand on 12/06.
The 2013 Southeast Asia Spring Speaker Series featured four diverse talks. Here is a quick summary of what was presented at the Center during the Spring semester.
We recently hosted an exciting talk on Fri., 3/15: “Historic and Future Earthquakes and Tsunamis in the NE Indian Ocean and their Effects on People Living in the Coastal Zone”
Our Spring 2013 Speaker Series continued on 1/15/13 with a fascinating talk from Billy Tea, WSD-Handa Fellow at the Pacific Forum, CSIS
Our Fall 2012 Speaker Series continues with a presentation titled, “Dancing Partners: The influence of Thai-style Ramayana masked-dance on the art and culture of 18th and 19th century Burma”
In this presentation, Jane Ferguson will give an overview of the history, structure, and some of the popular genres of the Burmese motion picture industry.
Presented by Bryce Beemer, Ph.D. Candidate, History