In honor of International Women's Day, held on March 8, this week we spotlight books on women in Southeast Asia.
Part Two of our Spotlight on New Releases from the University of Hawaii Press.
This week we are featuring books engaging with issues of gender and sexuality in Malaysia.
Bookshelf Spotlight: Women in Southeast Asian Politics
One crucial feature of the Indonesian cinema revival after the downfall of the New Order authoritarian regime in 1998 is the entrance of more women into the film scene.
Featured books on women in Southeast Asia
UH Women's Studies Colloquium Series Fall 2010: Presentation by Doctoral candidate Melisa Casumbal-Salazar
One Evening After the War is a love story that offers rare insights into Cambodian culture. (screening on 3/31)
Spanning the turbulent period from 1954 to 1966, the controversial Áo Lụa Hà Đông begins in the picturesque town of Hà Đông just prior to the collapse of French colonial rule.
Following the runaway success of the Islamic themed film Ayat Ayat Cinta comes Perempuan Berkalung Sorban, based on the novel by Abidah el Khalieqy (2001).