We are featuring books on everyday forms of resistance, inspired by James C. Scott’s work, in Southeast Asia this week.
Terminally Haunted: Aviation Ghosts, Hybrid Buddhist Practices, and Disaster Aversion Strategies Amongst Airport Workers in Myanmar and Thailand on 12/06.
This week we have a collection of reflective contemporary writing and photography on life, culture, and politics in Myanmar.
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”
Check out this week’s Bookshelf Spotlight: “Exiles, Refugees and Rebels.”
Our Spring 2013 Speaker Series continued on 1/15/13 with a fascinating talk from Billy Tea, WSD-Handa Fellow at the Pacific Forum, CSIS
Bookshelf Spotlight featuring five books on Southeast Asian Theatre
Our Bookshelf Spotlight this week features five books on tattoos of Southeast Asia.