When & Where Wednesday, Feb. 7, 2018, 12pm – 1pm Room 3012 (Third floor), John A. Burns Hall About the Talk Please RSVP at 944-7111 or [email protected] Free & open to the public but seating is limited. The stories of North Korea and Myanmar (Burma) are two of Asia’s most difficult. For decades they were […]
Dr. Miriam Stark, Professor of Anthropology at the University of Hawaii at Manoa, will give a series of talks at Duke, USC, and UCLA in the month of February. Her research broadly examines examines political and economic transformations in Southeast Asia, with foci on settlement structure and economy Duke University Dr. Stark will present as part […]
About the Talk What does the promise of ocean history — as distinct from oceanic or maritime history — mean for Asian Studies? How does the emergent field of ocean history open up new spaces for knowing Asia and reshape our perception of the national, regional, and disciplinary boundaries that ground (and bound) area studies […]
Dr. Barbara Andaya will talk about the interaction between first-generation Christian missionaries and the largely Hokkien-speaking Chinese in Spanish Manila between 1582 and 1663.
Join us on Oct. 13 for a talk by Dr. Leonard Andaya and Dr. Barbara Andaya on “Writing Regional and National Histories in Southeast Asia”.
Barbara Watson Andaya and Leonard Andaya’s discuss their writing of a regional history of ‘early modern’ Southeast Asia in their 2015 Golay lecture at Cornell.
This week our bookshelf spotlights recent releases on the Chinese diaspora in Southeast Asia.
This week we spotlight a variety of books on the experiences of the Hmong in Southeast Asia.
Our bookshelf this week spotlights the energy-rich sultanate of Brunei.
This week we feature historical tales of passion for sports, music, and loved ones during times of war in Myanmar.