CSEAS presents the Bookshelf Spotlight on Minangkabau Culture & Identity
"Three Hearts, Two Worlds, One Love" shows the beauty of romantic love, and it also captures how religion, religious conservatism, inter-religous relationships, and identity ...
Photography & Video from our 2012 CSEAS Speaker Series
Randai play â€œThe Genteel Sabaiâ€ Comes to Kennedy Theatre with Pants-Slapping Action
Wednesday Night CSEAS Film Series - Tanah Air Beta
This week we present Slank, one of the most famous rock bands from Indonesia! Enjoy!
This week our Film Series returns with a candy-colored, fast-paced tale of a pre-op transsexual superhero from Indonesia who fights intolerance.
Welcome to the UHM Center for Southeast Asian Studies Film Archive!
The story, comprised of fieldwork interviews, begins at a time when the Ammatoa people are feeling deeply disturbed about ongoing changes in their community.
One crucial feature of the Indonesian cinema revival after the downfall of the New Order authoritarian regime in 1998 is the entrance of more women into the film scene.