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  • Date: December 15th, 2016 Venue: Center for Southeast Asian Studies, Kyoto University Inamori Memorial 3rd floor, Large Meeting Hall Organiser:The Japan Foundation Asia Center and the Center for Southeast Asian Studies (CSEAS), Kyoto University From everyday life to the affairs of the state, human societies engage in politics. What makes life political? How do people in Southeast Asia engage in politics and what kinds of representations do people strive for? What forms of everyday interaction shape ideas of politics and what political dreams do people have? While we frequently see public demonstrations in Southeast Asia, how do people express political ideas in everyday life? This year we are accepting documentaries [ Read More ]

  • Date: November 19-22, 2016 Venue: Yangon, Myanmar Title: “The Promise and Challenge of Democracy in 21st Century Southeast Asia” About Project »

  • Date and Time: 15:00-18:30, October 6th (Thurs.), 2016 Place: Tonan-tei (Room No. 201),CSEAS, Inamori Foundation Memorial Building, Kyoto University Commentator: Ayame Suzuki, Associate Professor, Faculty of Law Department of Political Science, Doahiah University Moderators: Tsukasa Iga and Masaaki Okamoto, CSEAS, Kyoto University Amin Iskandar (Former News Editor of The Malaysian Insider) Title: Practitioner View on Media Freedom under Najib’s Administration in Malaysia Abstract: Prime Minister Datuk Seri Najib Razak came to power in 2009 and promised reform to Malaysia after replacing Tun Abdullah Ahmad Badawi. He introduced the 1Malaysia slogan aiming to unite all Malaysians. The 13th General Election‎ in 2013 witnessed the ruling Barisan Nasional (BN) narrowly win 133 [ Read More ]

  • Date and Time: 16:00-, September 27th, 2016 Place: Tonan-tei (Room No. 201),CSEAS, Inamori Foundation Memorial Building, Kyoto University Speaker: Dr. Shanon Shah, Researcher at William Temple Foundation, London Title: Authoritarianism, nationalism and lived Islam in Malaysia Summary: Recent international headlines about Malaysia have highlighted an escalating, gigantic corruption scandal involving high level government leaders while discussions about this within Malaysia are severely suppressed by draconian legislation. Amid this backdrop, there are efforts to strengthen the position of Islam by the state Islamic bureaucracy, political parties such as the ruling United Malays National Organisation (UMNO) and the Malaysian Islamic Party (PAS), the government-controlled media and various Muslim non-state actors. These efforts [ Read More ]

  • Date: September 14, 2016 (Wednesday) 13:30-17:45 Venue: Kyoto University, Inamori Foundation Memorial Building, 201 (Tonan-tei)

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