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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.
UHM Assessment and Curriculum Support Center Workshops
The UHM Assessment and Curriculum Support Center, in collaboration with faculty experts and other offices, offers a number of professional learning opportunities though Fall 2020. These workshops and office hours support faculty and staff who are interested in learning about making assessment an integral part of teaching.
Interested in Learning a Southeast Asian language?
The COVID-19 situation has given The SOAS, University of London a new opportunity to offer SOAS’s Southeast Asian language modules online, with real-time distance-learning classes. These courses are fully credit-bearing modules of SOAS, University of London. You will be an Associate Student of the University and can obtain a formal SOAS transcript by completing the module assessments.
InterAsia Academy: Integration and Disintegration in InterAsian Perspective
(15–28 February, 2021)
Co-organized and hosted by the Comparative Asian Studies Program at the National University of Singapore with support provided by the Princeton University Institute for the Transregional Study of the Contemporary Middle East, North Africa and Central Asia and The Social Science Research Council.
Curated Conferences: “Revealing Contexts” (Mekong Cultural Hub)
Mekong Cultural Hub is arranging a Meeting Point for people concerned with arts and social action in Asia. The theme for this meeting point is “Revealing Contexts,” abd will take place at C-Lab, Taipei, from May 20-22, 2021.
Doing Theory in Southeast Asia (20-21 May 2021)
The goal of this virtual workshop is to map theoretical frameworks and keywords from the diverse, archipelagic cultures of greater Southeast Asia. It aims to uncover the different methods, objects, conditions, and terminologies for critical knowledge production that use Southeast Asia as a discursive and symbolic lens.
Publication and Grant Writing Workshop (Education & Migration)
Publication and Grant Writing Workshop for Asia-based early career researchers in the fields of education and migration. 14-18 December 2020, 16:00;17:30 (GMT+8).
Webinar Series on Migration and Pandemic
Call for Contributors: Webinars Series on Migration and Pandemic The Global Asia program at NYU is mounting a webinar series on Migration and Pandemic as our Weekly Colloquium in the 2020-21 academic year. For more information contact David Ludden: firstname.lastname@example.org