Check out these new releases on Myanmar from ISEAS Publishing!
An award-winning 2008 documentary following the Saffron Revolution against the military regime in Myanmar. Directed by Anders Ostergaard.
Talk: “Agribusiness From the Ashes: Legacy Landscapes of Armed Politics in the Indigenous Uplands of Burma”
Join the College of Social Science for a talk by Kevin Woods on April 13 on “Agribusiness From the Ashes: Legacy Landscapes of Armed Politics in the Indigenous Uplands of Burma”
This gallery exhibition is based on the book “Yangon Echoes: Inside Heritage Homes” and will feature photographs, stories of the residence, and artifacts representing aspects of lived heritage in contemporary Yangon Myanmar (Rangoon, Burma).
Join CSEAS on 1/30 for a talk by Dr. Virginia Henderson and photographer/writer Tim Webster on “Yangon Echoes: Inside Heritage Homes”.
This week’s bookshelf takes a look at the International Institute for Asian Studies (IIAS) recent newsletter focused on Language & Ethnicity in Myanmar.
This week we feature a video from the British Pathé collection that includes footage of the Burmese water festival in 1946.
This week’s bookshelf spotlights WWII in Southeast Asia as we mark 70 years since the war’s end.
From May 24 – September 20 this exhibit will highlight textiles from Asia including works from Indonesia, Malaysia, Cambodia, Myanmar and the Philippines.
This week, our bookshelf spotlights new releases on Myanmar.