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  • Kuhonta, Erik; Kerkvliet, Benedict; Doner, Richard; Manicas, Peter; Watson Andaya, Barbara (2009)
    A panel discussion with Erik Kuhonta, Benedict Kerkvliet, Richard Doner, Peter Manicas, Barbara Watson Andaya and Barbara Watson Andaya discussing Kuhonta's new edited volume, Southeast Asia in Political Science: Theory, ...
  • Ferguson, Jane M. (2008)
    An overview of the history, structure, and some of the popular genres of the Burmese motion picture industry, and the dimensions of spectatorship of Burmese films in a village of Shan insurgents and their affiliates at the ...
  • Barbara, Watson Andaya (2009)
    Over the centuries Marionology, the study of the veneration of Mary, has generated an enormous body of literature. In Southeast Asia Mary’s position in local Christianity has been well documented in the Philippines, but ...
  • Widyono, Benny (2009)
    Benny Widyono will discuss his five years of international service in Cambodia from 1992 to 1997, first as a member of the United Nations Transitional Authority in Cambodia (UNTAC), and later as the UN Secretary-Generalÿs ...
  • Shukuri, Elyna; Sharifah, Amani (2006)
    An in-depth discussion of Yasmin Ahmad's film "Gubra", from Malaysia, with its producer Elyna Shukuri and award-winning actress Sharifah Amani, after a screening at the Hawaii International Film Festival.
  • Dinata, Nia; Noer, Jajang C. (2006)
    An in-depth discussion of the film "Love for Share" (Berbagi Suami) from Indonesia, with its award-winning director Nia Dinata and Jajang C. Noer, the grand dame of Indonesian cinema, after a screening at the 2006 Hawaii ...
  • Lee, Raymond (2008)
    An in-depth discussion of Auraeus Solito's film "The Blossoming of Maximo Oliveros", from the Philippines, with its award-winning producer and screenwriter Raymond Lee, after a screening at the Hawaii International Film Festival.
  • Asselin, Pierre (2008)
    On the rise of a "hawkish" group within the Vietnamese Communist Party leadership, and the consequences for the revolutionary situation in southern Vietnam, for the North's relationship with China and the USSR, and for the ...
  • Paz, Victor (2009)
    Study of the human past in the Philippines can not be done in any substantial depth without meshing archaeological, historical and time-depth sensitive approaches. In the wake of the confluence of inter-disciplinary study ...
  • Nolde, Lance (2007)
    Based on interviews with communities in Southeast Sulawesi, Lance Nolde’s talk explores the idea of Sama-Bajau identity from the 1930s until the present and their experience with national development and environmental ...
  • Tantiniranat, Sutraphorn (2009)
    This is a study of images of Thai women presented in a Thai TV drama series shown in 2004 entitled “Saloeybaab”. Broadly, the study explores how the drama presents its female antagonist as well as the protagonist. Both ...
  • Ahmad, Yasmin; Gillespie, Patrica (2007)
    CSEAS hosted Malaysian auteur director Yasmin Ahmad at a retrospective of her films at the Honolulu Academy of Arts, including the US premiere of "Mukhsin". This podcast features Ahmad in conversation with Hawaii filmmaker ...
  • Ahmad, Yasmin; Dissanyake, Wimal (2007)
    CSEAS hosted Malaysian auteur director Yasmin Ahmad at a retrospective of her films at the Honolulu Academy of Arts, including the US premiere of "Mukhsin". This podcast features Ahmad in conversation with film scholar ...
  • Kumar, Anne (2008)
    In contrast to conventional wisdom, new scientific evidence from rice genetics, DNA and historical linguistics indicates major elements of Yayoi civilization in Japan came, not from China or Korea, but from the south and ...
  • Widyono, Benny (2009)
    In February 2009, the long awaited trial of remaining Khmer Rouge leaders began in Phnom Penh, Cambodia. In this talk, Professor Benny Widyono will analyze why these trials against the Khmer Rouge, who killed 1.7 million ...
  • Hoven, Elisa (2010-04-07)
    During the Khmer Rouge Regime from 1975 to 1979, almost one quarter of the Cambodian population died. Thirty years after the events, an international tribunal is finally dealing with the crimes under former leader Pol Pot. ...
  • Ibrahim, Anwar (2006)
    Dr. Anwar Ibrahim, a leading opposition figure in Malaysian politics and that nation’s Deputy Prime Minister from 1993 to 1998, spoke as part of the Distinguished Visiting Scholar Program in Liberal Arts at the University ...
  • Paseng, Rohayati; Tillinghast, Beth; Chen, Claire; Boedemer, Margaret (2008)
    The UH Library is championing ScholarSpace, an easy-to-use web system for storing articles, publications, audio, etc..! In this podcast, we discuss the case study of migrating Explorations, a UH graduate student journal ...

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