The Center for Southeast Asian Studies’ Speakers Series lectures are typically held on Fridays at 12:00 p.m. during the Fall and Spring semesters.
Upcoming/Most Recent Talk:
Join the UH Mānoa Oct.4 – 10 for the 8th “Engaging with Viet Nam – An Interdisciplinary Dialogue” Conference.
Lecturers featured through our semester-long speaker series are invited to present original research, sections of dissertations, and other works in progress. Each talk is recorded and later published as part of the The Center for Southeast Asian Studies Podcast Series on iTunes and Scholarspace. We also offer direct listening on our website as a third option. By posting our talks online, listeners can access the audio and listen at their convenience!
There are three ways to access the CSEAS Podcast
Visitors to cseashawaii.org can listen to podcasts within each post with no extra software required (the archive may be accessed by clicking the below button). We recommend using either Safari or Chrome as your browser. If you would like to download each podcast for listening away from your computer, please consider one of the other two options below.
iTunes users can download the CSEAS Podcast via iTunesU. iTunes U is a service created to manage, distribute, and control access to educational audio and video content for students within a college or university as well as the broader Internet. The UH-Manoa iTunesU page is not public and users must enter an UH username and password to subscribe.
ScholarSpace, UH’s Institutional Repository, also hosts the CSEAS Podcast. ScholarSpace offers persistent links to the podcasts, for use in academic citations and can be accessed by the general public. ScholarSpace has a RSS feed for podcatchers and RSS readers. All files are in the .mp3 format, playable on the Mac, Linux, and Windows operating systems.
Thang Nguyen is the Public Relations Coordinator at CSEAS. She organizes the Talks Program that features experts in academia, industry and government, who speak about the most important topics in the region. Thang welcomes feedback that will assist in making the future talks more compelling and insightful. Contact her if you wish to give a talk at the Center or if you can recommend someone willing to share their insights into the issues that matter to the Southeast Asian region.