On 5 November 2016, the first Student Southeast Asian Conference will be held at the
Asia Africa Institute of the University Hamburg. The conference is limited to 200
participants. 18 presentations, divided into 8 panels, will be highlighted by two keynote
speakers. The conference seeks to allow students to present their research on
Southeast Asia, while also bringing together students from various German research
institutes which focus on the region.
All students currently engaged in research about Southeast Asia are welcome to submit
their abstracts on the following topics:
- Development = Economy, Politics, International Relations, Environment
- Language = Sociolinguistics, Historical Linguistics, Applied Linguistics
- Society = History, Cultural Studies, Gender Studies
- Intellectual Culture = Philosophy, Religion, Spirituality, Art
Authors of accepted papers will be invited to present their work at the 1. Student
Southeast Asian Conference in Hamburg, Germany on 5 November 2016.
For more details regarding abstracts and their submission please click here.