GETSEA Spring and Summer 2022 Mini Course Proposals
The consortium for Graduate Education and Training in Southeast Asian Studies (GETSEA) has funding to offer a series of non-credit, specialized mini-courses to be held online through synchronous video-conferencing. The primary focus should be Southeast Asia and can be on any topic or in any discipline. Multidisciplinary and co-taught collaborative courses are encouraged. We particularly welcome courses with a narrow focus on particular topics which might not normally be taught as a full semester-long course. We would also welcome submissions with a focus on Burma/Myanmar, given recent events there.
The courses should be designed for 8-12 contact hours, ideally in the format of 12 hours over six class sessions, and will be open to PhD and MA graduate students at the participating GETSEA institutions (Any student who wishes to arrange credit for their participation must do so through an independent study approved and supervised at their home institution.) Honoraria of $800-$2400 will be provided based on number of contact hours & whether co-taught. These courses should be roughly equivalent to one academic credit, with a corresponding one-credit workload in terms of reading and assignments.
Instructors must also provide access to readings and other course materials wherever possible to make courses accessible for students. We also recommend Zoom as the preferred video conferencing platform.
Deadline for submitting proposals: December 1, 2021. To download the proposal form, click here.
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