On the theme of “Waters” in Southeast Asia

On the theme of "Waters" in Southeast Asia

Irrawaddy Delta GPS photo - "On the Theme of Waters in Southeast Asia
“Waters, flowing, falling or contained as rain, river, tides and wells, have long shaped connections and disconnections across Asia.”   Leading up to the InterAsia Water(s) Graduate Conference, 2021, to be held in May, Southeast Asian Studies student organizers have coordinated a series of film screenings and talks to complement this theme, following James Scott’s presentation on the Irrawaddy River.  See below for a listing of these interconnected events:
February 17
12:00 Noon
Live Via Zoom

James C. Scott, Sterling Professor of Political Science, Yale University
Speaker information and video recording >>

February 18
8:00 PM
Live Via Zoom

“The Unseen River / Giòng Sông Không Nhìn Thấy” - Film Screening
followed by Q & A with Director
Phạm Ngọc Lân, Filmmaker/Director
Tram Luong, Moderator
Information / Synopsis  >>

February 25
8:00 PM
Live Via Zoom

“Streams of Consciousness: An evening of open-ended conversation about Mekong Dreaming
Andrew Alan Johnson, Visiting Scholar, Center for Southeast Asian Studies, University of California, Berkeley.
Information and video recording >>

March 18
8:00 PM
Live via Zoom

 Q & A with Director of “Nuoc 2030”
Minh Nguyen-Vo, Filmmaker/Director
Information and Synopsis >>


May 28-29

InterAsia Water(s):  Graduate Conference, 2021

Keynote: Amita Baviskar, Head of the Department of Environmental Studies, Professor of  Environmental Studies and Sociology & Anthropology, Ashoka University

Information and Link to Register>>

See CSEAS Current Calendar of Events and Activities

*B.Y.O. lunches welcome at all noon seminars