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|Open Positions and Fellowships
|Tenure-track Faculty Position in Art History
University of Chicagomore info
| Application Review Starts: October 17, 2008
Tenure-track Faculty Position in Asian ModernitiesFaculty of Arts and Science, University of Torontomore info |
Deadline: October 15, 2008
Assistant/Associate Professor of Asian History
North Dakota State University
| Application Review Starts: November 10, 2008
Assistant Professor in Asian History
Siena College, NY
| Deadline: October 31, 2008
Florence Tan Moeson Fellowship 2009
Library of Congress Asian Division
The purpose of the fellowship is to provide individuals with the
opportunity to pursue research on East, Southeast, and/or South Asia
(including the overseas Asian communities), using the unparalleled
collections of the Library of Congress in Washington, DC.
are for a minimum of five business days of research and are to be used
to cover travel to and from Washington D.C., overnight accommodations, and
photocopying; or, to cover expenses incurred while traveling to the
Library of Congress to engage in scholastic research in the area of
Asian studies. Up to 15 awards are available from $300 to $2,500.
| Deadline: September 30, 2008
Call for Papers
|In Celebration of 175 Years of U.S.-Thai Diplomatic Relations
Council on Thai Studies Program, Northern Illinois University
October 24-25, 2008
| Deadline: September 1, 2008
Standing at the Crossroads: 21st Century Challenges in Ethics, Religion and Social JusticeBuddhist Studies, Religious Studies Department, Arizona State University
| Deadline: October 1, 2008North American Graduate Student Conference in Buddhist StudiesUniversity of California, BerkeleyApril 17-19, 2009more info
| Deadline: October 15, 2008
Call for Contributions
Philippine Studies is an internationally referreed
journal that publishes a wide variety of scholarly and original articles by
younger as well as established scholars. It is a forum for the
dissemination of research in the humanities and social sciences, the expression
fo scholarly views on various aspects of Philippine life, and the pursuit of
friendly and constructive debate, interdisiciplinary, comparative,
transnational, and global perspectives.
Philippine Studies is now accepting contributions
for its future issues, which come out regularly every March, June, September and
Welcoming contributions in a readable
and lively form, the journal seeks to reach an audience of specialists and
nonspecialists, in the Philippines
and across the world. Founded in 1953, Philippine Studies (ISSN
0031-7837) is published quarterly by the Ateneo de Manila University.
more info | Contact: firstname.lastname@example.org
|Singapore: The Unexpected NationBy Edwin Lee Siew Cheng
Singapore, Institute of Southeast Asian Studies, 2008, 708 pp.more info
Emerging Voices: Experiences of Underrepresented Asian AmericansBy Huping LingPiscataway, Rutgers University Press, 2008, 288 pp.more info
Biodiversity and Human Livelihood in Protected Areas: Case Studies from the Malay ArchipelagoBy Navjot S. Sodhi et. al (Editors)Cambridge, Cambridge University Press, 2007, 540 pp.more infoTo Plead Our Own Cause: Personal Stories by Today's SlavesBy Kevin Bales and Zoe Todd (Editors)Ithaca, Cornell University
Press, 2008, 264 pp.more infoThe New Asian Hemisphere: The Irresistible Shift of Global Power to the EastBy Kishore MahbubaniNew York, Public Affairs, 2008, 336 pp.
New Additions UH SEA Library Collection
These items are now available at the AV Center, Sinclair Library, University of Hawaii-Manoa.
Produced by International Organization for Migration
Director: Sompradthana Nawong
Indonesia, 2006, 45 min.
Indonesian with English subtitles
Call Number: DVD 7084
This is an animated short film produced to raise awareness among young people of the risks and consequences of becoming involved with people trafficking and exploitation.
Journalism at the Crossroads Media and Democracy in Southeast Asia
Director: Cris Sevilla
Philippines, 2006, 42 min.
Call Number: DVD 6477
This profiles the work of three Southeast Asian journalists: Howie Severino in the Philippines, Rosiana Silalahi in Indonesia and Sanitsuda Ekachai in Thailand.
(Phra Nakhon Si Ayutthaya)
2002, 55 min.
Publisher: Bangkok: Create Media Studio
Narrations and Subtitles in English, French, German, Japanese, Thai
Call Number: DVD 7173
People inside the frontier viewing culture and environment
of the Ammatoa people in South Sulawesi, Indonesia
2007, 60 min.
Interviews in Makasar; subtitles and narration in English.
Call Number: DVD 5751
SEA Film Series
had a successful year in which we screened 35 films in our weekly
Wednesday series. We look forward to an exciting slate of films beginning in
September, 2008. See you at the movies!