Join the College of Social Science on 4/18 for a talk by Lisa Kelley on “Politics and Policy along an Indonesian Commodity Frontier”.
The East-West Center Arts Program will be holding events with a focus on Myanmar throughout Spring 2017.
Join the East-West Center on Oct. 28 for an “Update on Indonesian Politics” by two leading political scientists from Indonesia.
Join the East-West Center on for a round table discussion with government, academic, military and NGO-based professionals from Myanmar.
Join us on Oct. 13 for a talk by Dr. Leonard Andaya and Dr. Barbara Andaya on “Writing Regional and National Histories in Southeast Asia”.
Join the UH Mānoa College of Education on 10/4 for the 2016 Daeufer Lecture Series “Pedagogic Possibilities of Cosmopolitanism” by Dr. Fazal Abbas Rizvi.
Join the UH Mānoa College of Ed. on Oct. 4 for the 2016 Daeufer Education Lecture by Dr. Fazal Rizvi on “Pedagogic Possibilities of Cosmopolitanism”.
Forum topics on this day will focus on the Singapore’s trade-off of democracy for development and stability.
The 2016 “Asia Today” lecture series will cover Indonesia. Forum topics for this day will focus on how political Indonesia deals with the incredible diversity of its people.
EWC Talk: Voices for Reconciliation: Media Outreach and Survivor Engagement at the Khmer Rouge Trials in Cambodia
Please join the EWC in Honolulu on May 4 for a talk about EWC’s Asian International Justice Initiative ‘Voices for Reconciliation’ project which uses a combination of mass media, community based outreach and capacity building to engage the Cambodian community in the Khmer Rouge trials. AIJI deputy director Christophe Sperfeldt will present the talk which will cover Cambodia’s post-justice process as well as project experiences and lessons learned.