The Nelson Lectures on Southeast Asia

February 26, 2021

Hugh R. Clark, Ursinus College

What Do Historians Mean When They Say "China"?

November 15, 2019

Jonathan Padwe, University of Hawai‘i at Mānoa

Pol Pot's War on Diversity: "Mastery," Ideology and Ecology in Khmer Rouge Cambodia

 

 

 

4/12/2018
Erin Swails, TerraCarbon LLC
"Indonesian Peatlands: Climate Delimma or Solution?"

4/12/2018
Ben Tran, Vanderbilt University
"Air Conditioned Socialism: The Atmospheres of Revolution and Globalization in Lê Minh Khuê's Fiction"

4/12/2018
Cynthia Mackie, US Forest Service
"Land, Culture, and Politics: The Challenges of Slowing Deforestation in Southeast Asia"

4/12/2018
Alexandra Kaloyanides, University of North Carolina, Charlote
"New Buddhist Movements in Burma's Konbaung Dynasty"

3/23/2018
Thi Bui, Graphic Artist
Bao Phi, Spoken Word Artist
"Being Asian in America"

2/2/2018
Fred Damon, University of Virginia
"Chinese Astronomical Systems in the South Pacific? Conforming Earth to Heaven Through the Reaches of the Austronesian World"

 

10/19/2017
Ruth Barnes, Yale University
"Textiles for the Lands below the Winds: The Trade with South-East Asia"

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10/4/2017
Trian Nguyen, Bates College
"Paid to Remember: A Study of Portrait Images of Temples' Patrons in the Vietnamese Buddhist Tradition"