Join CSEAS on April 12 for a talk on "Weaving Dreams as Filipino Educational Praxis".
Looking for a new addition for your child's bookshelf? Check out our spotlight on children's books from Southeast Asia!
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.
This week's bookshelf spotlights the history Chinese Traders in Manila in conjunction with the talk by Dr. Barbara Andaya scheduled for March 1.
Join CSEAS on March 1 for a talk by Dr. Barbara Andaya on "Christianity, Conversion and Overseas Chinese in 17th century Manila".
This compilation of reading assigned to students in Southeast Asia will expand your horizons — and your bookshelves.
This week's bookshelf highlights new representations of colonialism in SE Asia including documentary, youth and empire, and concepts of race.
This week our bookshelf spotlights the experiences of women in the Philippines including Filipina revolutionaries, feminists, writers and members of the global economy.
This seminar at the EWC in Washington, DC will identify security considerations and strategic objectives in the Philippines-US, Japan-US and Philippines-Japan security partnerships and alliances that...
UH CSEAS & the School of Pacific & Asian Studies welcomes Dr. Christianne Collantes who will begin her post-doctoral work at UH Mānoa this fall.