Passau Research Colloquium on Southeast Asia, University of Passau
Wednesdays, 4:00 – 6:00 p.m., Dr.-Hans-Kapfinger-Straße 14b, Room 314a
Starting tomorrow (13 April):
Facebook as a Weapon of the Weak? A Case Study of Thai Protestor on EHIA Project of Mae Wong Dam, Thailand.
Wimonsiri Hemtanon, PhD student, University of Passau
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The Passau Southeast Asian Research Colloquium is a forum for all those with an interest in Southeast Asian Studies, and brings together researchers, teaching staff members, students and guest participants.
The research colloquium provides a window on ongoing research on Southeast Asia at the University, including the presentation of work currently being undertaken by guest researchers from Germany and overseas. This information on the most recent developments in the field provides students with valuable inputs for the design and implementation of their own research projects.
All those with a connection to Southeast Asian Studies at the University are welcome to attend the colloquia and take part in the discussions.
The colloquia are organized and led by the Chairs of the two Southeast Asian Studies departments at the University:
Chair of Southeast Asian Studies
Professor Dr. Rüdiger Korff
Chair of Comparative Development and Cultural Studies (Focus: Southeast Asia)
Professor Dr. Martina Padmanabhan