In honor of International Women's Day, held on March 8, this week we spotlight books on women in Southeast Asia.
Dr. Jonathan Padwe discusses his current research in Cambodia in a ThinkTech Hawaiʻi Talk from 2013.
This week we present a beautiful love ballad from the talented Khmer artist, Pich Sophia.
Jump start your New Year's Resolutions with a look back at our spotlighted Southeast Asia language texts and cookbooks.
This week we feature one of the top Khmer divas during Cambodia's amazing era of crooner-influenced pop tunes.
A talk about how frontier expansion brings into existence new social identities, and new assemblages of "nature" and "culture"
A talk about how frontier expansion brings into existence new social identities, and new assemblages of "nature" and "culture" (on 11/06)
This week CSEAS will screen a brilliant documentary about a child who held on to life in Cambodia’s killing fields.
This week we feature a video that examines the ways in which French colonial rule shaped Phnom Penh from the late 19th century to the 1930s.
This week we present a special summer session bookshelf spotlight featuring books that explore the impact of political theatre and dance.