CSEAS Associate Director Paul Rausch recently sat down with the Engaging with Vietnam team to discuss film and the conference.
In 2014, the Center for Southeast Asian Studies began a new initiative aimed at curating the best online videos with content that spans the Southeast Asia region. Each week, the Center showcases a new video—from TED talks to travelogues—and shares it on our website and social media outlets through YouTube and Vimeo. An archive of previously featured online videos can be found on our profiles via the following services:
YouTube allows users to upload, view, and share videos to display a wide variety of user-generated video. CSEAS uploads original content and shares short original videos, and educational videos from our profile at youtube.com/c/CseashawaiiOrg.
Vimeo is a site where videos are uploaded and users can access this content on various platforms. CSEAS maintains a Southeast Asia channel on our vimeo profile at vimeo.com/uhcseas where we manage channels related to country-specific videos.
Ronald Gilliam is the Online Development Coordinator at the Center for Southeast Asian Studies where he maintains all online programming and social media outreach. Ronald is passionate about new educational videos from the Southeast Asia region, as well as featuring prominent online talks and discussions. He welcomes feedback on the Video Program, especially recommendations on new educational and cultural videos from across the region.