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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.

AY 2021-22 Northern Illinois University CSEAS-Cornell SEAP Lao language instruction (online synchronous)

All interested individuals are encouraged to inform SEALC (SEALC@intl.wisc.edu).
Scholarship eligibility: Any full-time student at a North American college or university is eligible to apply for the SEALC-GETSEA tuition support (Deadline: July 15).
Questions can be sent to sealc@intl.wisc.edu or getsea@cornell.edu.

Two-day CKS Virtual Workshop for Cambodian students and faculty: Reading Ethnography and Conducting Anthropological Research with Dr. Erik Harms (26 & 30 July)

Two-day CKS Virtual Workshop for Cambodian students and faculty: Reading Ethnography and Conducting Anthropological Research with Yale Anthropologist, Erik Harms, Yale University (26 & 30 July, 7:30pm – 9:30pm Cambodia Time)

Call for Documentaries: Center for Southeast Asian Studies (CSEAS), Kyoto University 10th Visual Documentary Project

The Center for Southeast Asian Studies (CSEAS), Kyoto University is calling for documentaries for the 10th Visual Documentary Project. This year’s topic is Death / Life in Southeast Asia.

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