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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.
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.
SEASSI-Southeast Asian Studies Summer Studies Institute
UPDATE: The Southeast Asian Studies Summer Institute (SEASSI) at the University of Wisconsin-Madison, June 15 to August 7, SEASSI will only be offering synchronous distance language teaching, and no face-to-face instruction, this summer due to Covid-19. SEASSI will also be prioritizing instruction of intermediate and advanced level languages, and does not expect to offer any introductory level language instruction.
Bodies of Occupation
Call for Proposals: Bodies of Occupation, Workshop, University of Nottingham Malaysia, 15-17 September 2020.
The Center for Lao Studies
Summer study abroad in Laos (SAIL) Program from June 27 – July 31.
COTSEAL/SEALC Workshop on Heritage Language & Project-Based Learning
Call for papers for COTSEAL/SEALC Workshop on Heritage Language & Project-Based Learning at UCLA, October 23-24 2020.
SEANEI SPAFA’s Advanced Field Training in Bones Conservations
Advanced Field Training in Bones Conservation, 8-15 June 2020 in their office in Bangkok and the Nong Ratchawat Site.
Changing Climate, Changing Lives Film Festival 2020
Are you familiar with any of the impacts Thailand is facing? Interested in submitting your story? Changing Climate, Changing Lives Film Festival 2020 is looking for short films about the mitigation and adaptation to the impact of climate change in Thailand.
The Global Campus of Human Rights
Free Online Course on Counter Human Trafficking in Southeast Asia.
Summer Service-Learning Programs in Cambodia
Students will gain hands-on community service project experience while living and working with the local people, in and around the capital city of Phnom Penh.