• Young Academic’s Voice 1 May 2016:
    “The good child’s duties: childhood in militarized Thailand

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2015/12/12-13
Consortium for Southeast Asian Studies in Asia(SEASIA)
2016/3/23・3/25
Visual Documentary Project 2015

KYOTO: March 23, 2016
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TOKYO: March 25th, 2016 JFIC Hall SAKURA

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  • You are cordially invited a special seminar by Prof. Vicente L. Rafael. The details are as follows. Date and Time: June 30th (Thurs.) 16:00 – 18:00, 2016 Place: Meeting room (E107) on the first floor of East building, CSEAS, Kyoto University Speaker: Prof. Vicente L. Rafael, Professor of History and Southeast Asian Studies at the University of Washington Title: Mutant Tongues: Englishes, Vernaculars, and the Postcolonial Humanities in Singapore, the Philippines and the United States Abstract: Is there a post-colonial humanities? How does a comparative understanding of the histories of Singapore, the Philippines, and the United States help us track the formation of the humanities in the current moment, often [ Read More ]

  • You are cordially invited a special seminar by Prof. Meredith L. Weiss. The details are as follows. Date and Time: June 28th, 2016 16:00 – 18:00 Place: Tonan Tei on the second floor of Inamori Memorial Building, CSEAS, Kyoto University Speaker: Dr. Meredith L. Weiss, Professor, Department of Political Science, Rockefeller College of Public Affairs and Policy, University at Albany, State University of New York Title: Going to the Ground (or Astroturf): A Grassroots View of Regime Resilience Abstract: While disproportional access to electoral resources and curbs on civil and political rights clearly matter to the persistence of electoral-authoritarian regimes, long-term acculturation to political norms and modes of governance on [ Read More ]

  • You are cordially invited to a special seminar given by Professor Katherine Bowie. She will be giving a seminar on her upcoming book Beggars and Buddhas: The Politics of Humor in the Vessantara Jataka in Thailand. You are all welcome to join us ! Date and Time: June 27th (Mon.), 2016, 16:00 – 18:00 Place: Tonan Tei on the second floor of Inamori Memorial Building, CSEAS, Kyoto University Title: “Folktales and the Politics of Humor: The Case of the Vessantara Jataka in Thailand” Abstract: In the Vessantara Jataka, the most famous story about the Buddha’s previous lives, the Buddha in his incarnation as Prince Vessantara perfects the virtue of generosity. [ Read More ]

  • Date and Time: June 24th, 2016 13:00 – 17:30 Place: Tonan-tei, the 2nd floor of Inamori Foundation Memorial Building, Kyoto University Program: 13:00 – 14:30 Title: Repression and Self-Censorship under Thailand’s Military Dictatorship Speaker: Dr. David Streckfuss, Director, Council on International Educational Exchange Program at Khon Kaen University Abstract: There has been debate recently in the literature on censorship (and self-censorship) on whether the traditional emphasis on the dichotomy of “free speech vs. repression” and it concomitant focus on the apparatus of institutional censorship can adequately describe the mechanism of silencing within modern societies. The proponents of New Censorship Theory argue that in modern liberal societies the formal mechanisms of [ Read More ]

  • Date:10 June 2016 12:45- Venue:Medium Sized Conference Room, Inamori Building 3rd Floor, CSEAS. Program: 12:45-13:00 Registration 13:00- 13:15 Introduction     Mario Lopez (CSEAS) / Fiona Seiger (JSPS Fellow) 13:15-14:00     Opening remarks     Itaru Nagasaka (Hiroshima University) Session 1 14:00-16:00     Migrating for Work or Remaining in School? Youth Decision-making and Aspiration in Rural Ponorogo-Indonesia     Silvia Mila Arlini (NUS Asia Research Institute)      Life in the Shadows: Revealing the livelihoods and opportunities of Migrant Children in Thailand     Jidapa Meepien (Kenan Institute Asia)     Access to Education of Migrant Children in Thailand: Policy and Practice     Chalermpol Chamchan (Mahidol University)     Discussant: Reiko Ogawa (Kyushu University) 2hr 16:00-16:15 TEA BREAK 16:15-18:15     Migrants in the “other homeland”: Japanese-Filipino Children and [ Read More ]

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