Tag: Speaker Series
As part of the Hawaii International Film Festival, the Center is bringing seven new Southeast Asian films to campus and is bringing to Hawaii seven filmmakers for a special discussion of politics and movies in the region.
This lecture will explain the importance of digital archiving and how to use ScholarSpace, the University of HawaiiÊ»s digital repository.
April 9, 12:00 p.m. Presented by Professor Aya Kimura, University of Hawaii
Murder, Bigamy, Pedophilia and Betrayal: The Missing Chief’s House from Hilimondregeraya, Nias, Indonesia
A narrative of high art and high achievement – with a heavy overlay of criminality and debauchery â€“ about the unique remnants of a once great chief’s house from Nias, Indonesia.
This research aims at studying the status of performing arts in Thailand starting from the first year of the Accession of King Rama IX to the Throne in 1946 until the Celebration of His Majesty the King’s 72nd Birthday in 1999.
On the rise of a “hawkish” group within the Vietnamese Communist Party leadership, and the consequences for the revolutionary situation in southern Vietnam, for the North’s relationship with China and the USSR, and for the coming of the American war.
On an exciting combination of ethnographic and botanical research conducted in Thailand, exploring the question of whether cultural knowledge can serve as appropriate scale measures of biodiversity for within-hotspot distribution analysis.
his talk presents an assemblage of international events and ethnographic vignettes, each of which involves the following: 1) Filipino nationals on a global stage; 2) the mass media; and 3) divine intervention.
The positive relations between Washington and Hanoi can be attributed to several factors and Ambassador Burghardt will discuss them during this presentation.
Dr. Bererton discusses Thai Shadow Theatre of Northeast Thailand