CALENDAR OF EVENTS

CALENDAR OF EVENTS

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SPRING 2024 Events (To Date)

JANUARY    |     FEBRUARY   |     MARCH  |     APRIL 


SEAS BROWN BAG SEMINAR SERIES
Wednesdays, 12:00 P.M. EST
Room 203, Luce Hall (unless otherwise indicated)


January 24
Brown Bag Seminar
12:00 Noon

“Subjects and Sojourners: A New History of Indochinese in France”
Charles Keith , Associate Professor, History at Michigan State University 
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January 31
Brown Bag Seminar
12:00 Noon 

“Myanmar Diaries, Icarus Films 2023 (70 min.)”
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February 7
Brown Bag Seminar
12:00 Noon

“Status of the Civil Service Personnel of the Myanmar Civil Disobedient Movement: National and International Legal Perspectives”
Yin Yin Win, Associate Research Scholar, Council on Southeast Asia Studies
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February 14
12:00 Noon
Luce 203
 

“Treatments for an age of anxiety: Perspectives from Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam”
Allen Tran, Associate Professor of Anthropology
Bucknell University
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February 21
Brown Bag Seminar
12:00 noon

“Refugee Worlding: Vietnamese American (dis)place-making since 1975”
Ivan Small, Associate Professor of Anthropology, University of Houston
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February 28
Brown Bag Seminar
12:00 noon
“Jakarta and The Urban Grotesque”
Doreen Lee, Associate Professor of Anthropology
Northeastern University
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March 6
Brown Bag Seminar
12:00 Noon

“Strange but Familiar: Connected Histories between Poland and Vietnam after 1955”
Thục Linh Nguyễn Vũ, Harvard University/University of Vienna
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March 29
Luce Common, 202,203
5:00-7:00 pm
 

“Southeast Asia Spring Festival”


April 3
Brown Bag Seminar
12:00 Noon
 

“Graffiti as Argument and Aspiration: Some Preliminary Reflections from Yogyakarta, Indonesia”
Richard Fox, Professor & Chair of Pacific and Asian Studies, Professor of Anthropology (by courtesy), University of Victoria (British Columbia, Canada)
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April 9
Film Screening
Luce Auditorium (101)
 
GETSEA Film Screening

April 10
Brown Bag Seminar
12:00 Noon

“Facebook’s Role in Post-Coup Myanmar: An Analysis of Social Media’s Impact on Democratic Movements and Polarized Identity Politics.”
Myat The Thitsar, Ph.D. Candidate, University of Massachusetts Lowell, and the Co-founder and the Research Director of Nyan Corridor 
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April 17
Brown Bag Seminar
12:00 Noon

Titel: TBD

 

April 24
Brown Bag Seminar
12:00 Noon

“Extracting Religion in Myanmar”
Alex Kaloyanides, Associate Professor in the Religious Studies Department, University of North Carolina, Charlotte
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Talks & events added and updated throughout Semester.
Contact seas@yale.edu for details

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