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Workshops or courses which focus on studying, training in, providing professional experience, or facilitating networking in any fields related to Southeast Asia.

These are differentiated from academic or professional conferences. Workshops/courses may or may not provide funding. For funded opportunities, click here.

Postings are removed after deadlines have passed. New workshops and courses are highlighted bi-weekly in our email newsletter. Have a workshop to share? Email us.

Please note that in light of the unpredictable developments of the COVID-19 Pandemic, all events, conferences, and workshops are subject to change. Please check with the organizers for the latest updates.

SEALC Publication Workshop Opportunity, May 14-15, 2021, from 1-3pm PT (10am – 12pm HT)

SEALC invites applications for an academic publication workshop hosted by the Center for Southeast Asian Studies at UCLA. The goal of this workshop is to support Southeast Asian language instructors who are interested in submitting their work to academic journals but have little to no prior experience in publishing academically.

Principles of On-Site Handling and Conservation, 10 May – 25 June 2021

This six-week online course organised by SEAMEO SPAFA is designed to give an overview about the archaeology of human bones in Southeast Asia and the principles of proper on-site excavation and conservation. Students can follow the lessons at their own pace, which are delivered online via asynchronous video lectures, readings and quizzes.

Beyond Essentialism – Elevating Women’s Scholarship in Southeast Asian Social Sciences

“Beyond Essentialism” provides training and mentoring of women early career researchers (ECRs) in the social sciences, with a focus on researchers from and working on Southeast Asia.

The Malayan Emergency in Film and Literature, Virtual Workshop, November 2021

Organized by the School of Arts and Social Sciences, Monash University Malaysia, this workshop examines how the Malayan Emergency (1948-1960) has been depicted in film and literature since the time of the Emergency up to the present day.

Critical Refugee Studies Graduate Student Writing Retreat, July 14-16, 2021

Ph.D. students currently enrolled at any U.S. university whose research engages with Critical Refugee Studies may apply to this writing retreat. Organized by the Critical Refugee Studies Collective, the workshop will be conducted via Zoom, and is intended for students who are developing their dissertation proposals or currently engaged in writing a dissertation. Applications should include a CV, a 1-page personal statement, and a 5-page research proposal, submit to Prof. Lan Duong (Cinema and Media Studies, USC), lduong [at]

Mansfield-Luce Asia Scholars Network

The Mansfield-Luce Asia Scholars Network with generous support from the Henry Luce Foundation is calling for applications. This program was launched in 2019 to connect Northeast and Southeast Asia scholars and practitioners in the U.S. and encourage a more cohesive approach to scholarship and policymaking on U.S.-Asia relations as a whole.

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