CALENDAR OF EVENTS

CALENDAR OF EVENTS

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FALL 2021 Events (To Date)

SEPTEMBER    |     OCTOBER   |     NOVEMBER     |     DECEMBER   


SEAS BROWN BAG SEMINAR SERIES
Wednesdays, 12:00 P.M. EST

(Other events as indicated)*


September 15
12:00 Noon
Brown Bag Seminar
“Engineering public hostility against popular movements: Tatmadaw’s suppressive repertoire in urban Myanmar”
Van Mai Tran, Cornell University
Abstract and Link to Recording>>
September 22
12:00 Noon
Panel Discussion
“Panel Discussion on Events Since the Coup in Myanmar”
Scot Alan Marciel, Visiting Scholar, Stanford University; U.S. Ambassador to Myanmar 2016 to 2020
Ma Thida, Burmese activist and Visiting Research Associate, Yale University,
Tun Myint, Associate Professor and Chair of Political Science, Carlton University
David Thang Moe, Ph.D Candidate, Asbury Theological Seminary,
James C. Scott (Moderator), Emeritus Sterling Professor of Political Science, Yale University
Speaker information and link to Recording >>
September 29
12:00 Noon
Brown Bag Seminar
“The Geopolitical Alignments of Diverging Social Interests: The Sino-Soviet Split in the Philippines”
Joseph Scalice, Visiting Fellow, Saw Swee Hock Southeast Asia Centre, London School of Economics and Political Science
Abstract and Zoom link >>

October 13
12:00 Noon
Brown Bag Seminar
“The Introduction of Theravada Buddhism to Angkor, Cambodia (c.13th-16th Centuries) - Mapping and Interpreting Religious Change Through the Archaeological Record”
Andrew Harris, Research Associate, University of Toronto’s Archaeology Centre (ACUT)
Abstract and Zoom link >>
October 27
12:00 Noon
Brown Bag Seminar
“Paper Chains from Fields to Archives: A View of the Information Economy in Eighteenth-Century Colonial Indonesia”
Jin Hee (Genie) Yoo, Department of History, Princeton University
Abstract and Zoom link >>

November 3
12:00 Noon
Brown Bag Seminar
“Political Violence in Southeast Asia Since 1945: Case Studies from Six Countries”
Eve Zucker, Lecturer Part Time, Anthropology, Yale University
Ben Kiernan, A. Whitney Griswold Professor of History, Yale University
Information and venue >>
November 10
12:00 Noon
Brown Bag Seminar
“Testimony as Transformation: Resilience, regeneration and moral action through spiritually-adapted narrative therapy in Cambodia”
Elena Lesley, Department of Anthropology, Emory University
Abstract and Zoom link >>

December 8
12:00 Noon
Brown Bag Seminar
“Title tba”
Jason Picard, Founding Assistant Professor of Vietnamese History and Culture, Arts and Sciences, VinUniversity, Hanoi, Vietnam
Abstract and Speaker Info forthcoming


Talks & events added and updated throughout Semester.
Contact seas@yale.edu for details

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