A powerful demon wants a beautiful goddess for his wife. Legendary monkey brothers Subali and Sugriwa are enlisted to help the gods repel the rejected suitor’s armies in a story told through wayang listrik, a modern Balinese theatre genre that blends shadow puppetry (wayang kulit), dance and music. Traditional carved leather puppets, actors as shadow puppets, Balinese dance, and a live gamelan orchestra share the stage.
Join the UH-M Anthropology Dept. for a guest lecture by Dr. Ian Baird of Univ. of Wisconsin, Madison in Room 115.
Join Kathy Foley, Professor and Editor of Asian Theatre Journal, for a special talk about monkeys in traditional stories of Southeast Asia. (on 01/31)
Visiting speaker Ian Baird discusses how resistance occurs in various ways in regard to land concessions in Laos and Cambodia. (on 01/14)
Join the East-West Center on Dec. 9 for a noontime seminar on the ASEAN Community by Professor Walter Woon, David Marshall Professor and Deputy Chairman of the Centre for International Law, National University of Singapore. Professor Woon is co-author of “Towards a Rules-Based Community: An ASEAN Legal Service” (Cambridge University Press, 2015).
A talk and film screening led by discussant Professor Pawit Mahasarinand at Shangri La.
RSVP now for this April 30 talk at the EWC by Asia Foundation President David D. Arnold on democratic governance in Asia.
Join the East-West Center for a talk on “The Malay Community of Kampong Ayer in Brunei Darussalam”.
Dr. Tania Murray Li gives a talk as part of the EWC Brown Bag Presentation