“2nd Student Southeast Asia Conference”
will be held from 19 to 21 May 2017 at the Campus Westend, Goethe-University Frankfurt am Main.
The aim of this interdisciplinary conference is to give Bachelor’s, Master’s and PhD students in the field of Southeast Asian Studies — as well as other subjects with a focus on Southeast Asia — the opportunity to present their research in front of an academic audience and to network with other fellow students. Two keynote speakers are also planned to give presentations.
Registration is mandatory which you are asked to do via firstname.lastname@example.org until 5 May 2017.
Registration fee is 5€ and shall be paid on arrival at the welcome desk.
For detailed information please visit www.southeastasiaconference.com.
The organising team is looking forward to welcoming you at the conference in May.
CUSEAC is run by a group of passionate ASEAN students at Cambridge University and aims to create awareness about the challenges in the region among the wider Cambridge community. The theme for the conference is “Stepping up to ASEAN Challenges: Catalysing Youth Collaboration” and the focus is on promoting the exchange of ideas and encouraging constructive collaboration within the ASEAN youth community by providing participants the opportunity to work as a team and propose their ideas on how to tackle challenges facing this region. The conference will take place on Saturday, 4 March 2017.
The organising team is currently looking for PhD candidates and postdocs whose work pertains to Southeast Asia to be Mentors for CUSEAC 2017. There will be two workshops during the conference, where delegates will collaborate in groups of eight to discuss current ASEAN issues and formulate an action plan to address them. Mentors are responsible for facilitating discussion of a group in the Workshops and giving guidance to the delegates when developing solutions. There are no restrictions on the topics that can be discussed, but we will prepare briefing documents on Economic, Political and Social issues in ASEAN for the delegates. Prior to the event a briefing and practice session will also be organised for all selected Mentors. Mentors across all disciplines are gladly welcomed as long as their area of expertise is related to Southeast Asia.
If you are interested in becoming a Mentor, please kindly complete this form: http://bit.ly/2jjDuQV by 22 January 2017. This will be an excellent opportunity for you to share your work relating to Southeast Asia, network with other passionate researchers and students from this region as well as shape the conversation around the future of ASEAN. The CUSEAC delegates would highly benefit from any insights you could offer!
Die Abteilung für Südostasienwissenschaften des Instituts für Orient- und Asienwissenschaften der Universität Bonn lädt zur Teilnahme an einem Projekt, das der Vernetzung der Myanmar-Forschung im deutschsprachigen Raum dienen soll.
Der Workshop soll am Samstag, den 29. Oktober 2016 in Bonn stattfinden.
Nähere Informationen finden Sie hier.
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.
The Young Initiative on Foreign Affairs and International Relations e.V. (IFAIR) invites students, young professionals and researchers to participate in the 3rd Interregional EU-ASEAN Perspectives Dialogue, taking place between July and November 2016. Once again they will
bring together young researchers from Europe and Southeast Asia in an online conference and a high-level live panel debate. The third edition of the interregional project will be held in 2016 under the theme:
“Gender Equality – Progress and Challenges from an Interregional EU-ASEAN Perspective”
Participants from the EU and ASEAN will exchange on three policy fields of Gender Equality that are persistent in the two regions:
1. Political participation;
2. Economic empowerment;
3. The dynamic between Gender Equality and culture.
Applications from graduate students and recently graduated researchers are encouraged, as well as young practitioners in EU-ASEAN relations or Gender Equality. Applicants should:
- Be from an EU or ASEAN member country;
- Ideally, have a background in Political Sciences, Economics or International Relations and have done some coursework relevant to the field of Gender Equality;
- Have an excellent working knowledge of English, the official language of the dialogue.
Deadline for the applications is 1 June 2016. Shortlisted candidates might be invited to a brief online interview. You will receive a confirmation of your acceptance by 26 June 2016.
Asia Centre is proud to announce the
Universal Periodic Review in Southeast Asia: An Evidence-Based Regional Assessment.
15th – 17th September 2016, Asia Centre, Bangkok, Thailand
By May 2016, each state in Southeast Asia will have completed its second cycle of the Human Rights Council’s Universal Periodic Review (UPR). But what is the impact of the UPR on human rights in the region? And does the focus on constructive dialogue and the state-centric nature of the process help improve the situation?
Asia Centre – an independent non-profit social initiative based in Bangkok – is bringing together academics and researchers for an evidence-based analysis of the UPR’s impact on Southeast Asia. The findings will be compiled into a publication after the seminar.
Abstract Submission: Submit an abstract of 300 words and a short bio by 30th May 2016. For more information please refer to the attached call for abstracts.
USD 150 Early bird rate until 15 June 2016
USD 75 Special Student Rate
Detailed information can be found in the UPR Conference Call.
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
For more dates and information please click here.
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