Tag: Speaker Series
Based on interviews with communities in Southeast Sulawesi, Lance Noldeâ€™s talk explores the idea of Sama-Bajau identity from the 1930s until the present and their experience with national development and environmental conservation efforts.
Spirit Writing in Colonial Viet Nam: The Role of a Folk Religion in the Emergence of Modern Vietnamese Nationalism
On the origins of the Spirit Writing movement in Colonial Vietnam, the spirit writing phenomenon and its connections with modern Vietnamese nationalism.
Artist-in-residence Prof. I Nyoman Sumandhi presents lecture and demonstration of Balinese Dance.
The relationship between prevailing weather systems and Spain’s colonialism in the Pacific will be discussed in a lecture from noon to 1:30 p.m. Oct. 27 at the Center for Korean Studies, University of Hawaii.
Friday, September 29, 12:00 p.m., Tokioka Room (Moore Hall) Presented by Herman Kelen, B.A. Candidate, Asian Studies, University of Hawai′i at Mānoa SPEAKER BIO: Herman Kelen is currently an Asian Studies MA student at the University of Hawai′i at Mānoa. He is originally from the island of Flores, in eastern Indonesia. Kelen’s latest project includes […]
Presented by Kathryn Wellen, Library of Congress