Tag: Speaker Series
Benny Widyono will discuss his five years of international service in Cambodia from 1992 to 1997, first as a member of the United Nations Transitional Authority in Cambodia (UNTAC), and later as the UN Secretary-GeneralÃ¿s Representative in Cambodia.
In this talk, Professor Benny Widyono will analyze why these trials against the Khmer Rouge, who killed 1.7 million Cambodians during their reign of terror between 1975 and 1979, were delayed for thirty years.
This presentation by Dr. Barbara Watson Andaya will offer some historical explanations for the special status of Mary in Larantuka, Indonesia, and for the veneration accorded her during the Easter celebrations.
This talk by Victor Paz will present a periodization of the history of archaeology within the framework of Philippine historiography.
Vietnamese Ethnobotany: New understandings of Refugees, the Ho Chi Minh Trail, and the Iron Triangle
This presentation will create new images and a better understanding of the terms “refugees,” “Ho Chi Minh Trail,” and the “Iron Triangle,” and further cultivate that understanding through an exploration of ethnobotany and conservation in Vietnam.
This team talk/demonstration focuses on the development (2007) of an Asian studies course designed to teach advanced Southeast Asian language students at the University of Hawaii the skills associated with translating and subtitling film from Southeast Asia.
In this panel discussion, Erik Kuhonta (co-editor), Benedict Kerkvliet, and Richard Doner speak to some of the issues raised in the book, “Southeast Asia in Political Science: Theory, Region, and Qualitative Analysis.”
In this presentation, Ann Kumar provides evidence of Southeast Asian influence during the Yayoi period in Japan.
In this presentation, Jane Ferguson will give an overview of the history, structure, and some of the popular genres of the Burmese motion picture industry.
Paul Lavey discusses how stylistic inconsistencies raise questions not only about the nature of “copying” in early Southeast Asian art and the way scholars classify Khmer sculpture, but also about the authenticity of many of the recently revealed images