Anthropologist Dr. Kelli Swazey gives us insight into the culture of the Torajan tribesmen, who spend their entire lives preparing for their deaths.
IPAC’s latest report notes four reasons why the Syrian conflict has become so popular in Indonesia.
Take a look at Dr. Barbara Watson Andaya's Report on the First international Conference on Jambi Studies (ICJS 1).
To celebrate Diwali, at CSEAS we have focused our bookshelf spotlight for this week on the Ramayana in Southeast Asia. Happy Diwali!
Keith Bettinger, a UH Geography PhD Candidate and Lecturer recently discussed deforestation in Indonesia on ThinkTech Hawaii.
A talk by PhD candidate, Keith Bettinger, about the strategies involved in creating a new province in Indonesia (on 11/01).
This week we have a selection of cookbooks and books on food culture and heritage in Southeast Asia.
New resources available for K-12 educators interested in introducing students to Indonesia and Randai.
In East Java, Indonesia lies Kawah Ijen, an active volcano that houses a grueling, labor-intensive sulfur mining operation
We recently hosted an exciting talk on Fri., 3/15: "Historic and Future Earthquakes and Tsunamis in the NE Indian Ocean and their Effects on People Living in the Coastal Zone"