This lecture explores shophouse communities and the origin of the â€˜Peranakanâ€™ culture/architecture.
A documentary screening followed by a discussion on international criminal law & national reconciliation.
Ms. Zainah Anwar from the Daughters of Islam will speak at numerous engagements across the University of HawaiÊ»i at MÄnoa campus from October 26-29, 2009.
This SEA Speaker Series lecture will focus on understanding the background and types of disasters that occur in Asia.
Viet Nam: From an “Universal Country” Representing the Chinese Civilization to a “Regional Country” in Southeast Asia
Today Vietnam is a member of ASEAN. For Vietnamese people, however, this issue becomes a matter of historical questioning from the origin of when they considered themselves members of Southeast Asia.
This is a study of images of Thai women presented in a Thai TV drama series shown in 2004 entitled â€œSaloeybaabâ€. Broadly, the study explores how the drama presents its female antagonist as well as the protagonist.
Benny Widyono will discuss his five years of international service in Cambodia from 1992 to 1997, first as a member of the United Nations Transitional Authority in Cambodia (UNTAC), and later as the UN Secretary-GeneralÃ¿s Representative in Cambodia.
In this talk, Professor Benny Widyono will analyze why these trials against the Khmer Rouge, who killed 1.7 million Cambodians during their reign of terror between 1975 and 1979, were delayed for thirty years.
This presentation by Dr. Barbara Watson Andaya will offer some historical explanations for the special status of Mary in Larantuka, Indonesia, and for the veneration accorded her during the Easter celebrations.
This talk by Victor Paz will present a periodization of the history of archaeology within the framework of Philippine historiography.