An update from Alexandra McDougle on her Luce Year spent in Cambodia.
Congratulations to UH Mānoa graduate Alexandra M. McDougle who has been selected as 2016-17 Luce Scholar in Cambodia!
The scholarship is earmarked to assist graduate students in anthropology or sociology who are concentrating their academic work on Southeast Asia related studies at UHM.
This lecture, by Prof. Roland Fletcher of the University of Sydney, redefines the history of Angkor Wat as a giant low-density city, and reviews its global significance in relation to urban processes in the Maya lowlands and in Sri Lanka.
Join us on 10/21 for a talk by Prof. Roland Fletcher (U of Sydney) on the global significance of Angkor Wat in relation to urban processes.
Join us for a talk on capitalist relations among indigenous highlanders in Sulawesi, Indonesia.
Join us on February 19 for a talk on capitalist relations among indigenous highlanders in Sulawesi, Indonesia.
A talk about how frontier expansion brings into existence new social identities, and new assemblages of “nature” and “culture” (on 11/06)
This week we feature writing on the diverse and changing architectural styles in Southeast Asia.
Join the Anthropology Dept. this Thursday (9/5) for a talk about Angkor Wat.