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Below is a list of workshops or courses which focus on studying, training in, providing professional experience, or facilitating networking in any fields related to Southeast Asia. These are differentiated from academic or professional conferences. These workshops/courses may or may not provide funding. For funded opportunities, click here.
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Hawaii State Judiciary Seeking Court Interpreters – Mandatory Workshops Spring 2019 – Variable Dates
The Basic Orientation Workshop (BOW) is the first of three mandatory minimum requirements to interpret in the Hawai‘i state courts. The BOW is a two-day orientation seminar which provides an introduction to the requirements of the Hawai‘i State Judiciary Court Interpreter Certification Program.
Festival Intensive will be held July 22-August 4, 2019, Honolulu, Hawaii. Under the guidance of University of Hawaii at Manoa dance faculty, the Festival Intensive is unique as it puts participants in direct contact with artists from throughout Asia, the Pacific, and Hawaii. The intensive includes technique, repertory, and movement sessions as well as lectures and discussions. ***Tuition rates for non-credit options will rise after February 1, 2019 through the dates of the Intensive.*** UH Manoa students can also participate via a for-credit registration option.
For more than 22 years now, USINDO with the generous support of the Freeman Foundation has held the USINDO Summer Studies Program. This is an intensive ten-week language and cultural studies program held from May to August, in Yogyakarta, Indonesia. It is open to U.S.
Advanced Study of Khmer is an intensive 8-week summer study abroad program in Phnom Penh and Siem Reap, Cambodia. Application materials are now available.
Workshop located in Honolulu, HI, June-July 2019. This multidisciplinary program will offer four weeks of context-rich engagement with the multiple ways in which Southeast Asian societies responded to colonial presences and how the legacies of these experiences shaped subsequent efforts to forge national identities, envision independent political futures, and imagine new relationships between the state and its citizens.
Penn State University invites applicants for its annual Global Asias Summer Institute, to be held June 3-7, 2019. This year’s Institute, co-directed by Joseph Jonghyun Jeon (UC-Irvine) and Jonathan E. Abel (Penn State), focuses on the topic of “Digital Asias”.
Over the years Dewa Putu Berata and Emiko Susilo have refined their approach to teaching a diverse student body. Their pedagogy is unique in Bali and supports the beginning student as well as those who have studied Balinese Gamelan and Dance for many years.
During the GSC Cambodia Program, students will gain hands-on community service project experience while living and working with the local people, in and around the capital city of Phnom Penh.