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July 2017

13th International Conference on Thai Studies: Globalized Thailand? Connectivity, Conflict and Conundrums of Thai Studies

July 15 @ 9:00 am - July 18 @ 5:00 pm

Thai Studies and Global Connection For many decades, the academic field of Thai studies has served as a platform offering many forms of challenging, conceptual, and critical knowledge to scholars working in different academic disciplines, yet who share the same interest in unveiling the complexity of Thai society. The field has allowed many scholars whose works are related to Thai society to engage in debate, to learn and exchange from one another, and, on many occasions, to produce ground-breaking conceptual…

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August 2017

The 2nd Studia Islamika International Conference 2017

August 8 - August 10

Center for the Study of Islam and Society (PPIM) of Syarif Hidayatullah State Islamic University (UIN) Jakarta will carry out an international conference in August this year. This conference is dedicated to promoting Studia Islamika, an international journal published by the Center. This is the second Studia Islamika conference, and this event is expected to be held regularly in the future. In the coming conference, scholars and students on Southeast Asian Islam are invited to present their papers, research and…

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Call for papers: Indonesia Development Forum (IDF)

August 9 - August 10

The Indonesia Development Forum 2017 (IDF) is a platform for Indonesian leaders in government, private sector, academia, and other members of society to collaborate to shape Indonesia's development agendas. This platform is initiated by Bappenas. One of the key elements of IDF is an annual conference to publish the latest thinking and facilitate public-private dialogue on a priority development theme. The conference stands on three pillars: INSPIRE, IMAGINE, and INNOVATE. It will provide opportunities to build on past successes in…

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Call For Papers EuroSEAS Conference 2017

The EuroSEAS conference starts on 16 August, but there will be an early registration and informal welcome event on 15 August! Welcome to the website of the European Association for Southeast Asian Studies (EuroSEAS), the world’s largest organisation devoted to the study of Southeast Asia. EuroSEAS aims to stimulate scholarly cooperation within Europe in the field of Southeast Asian studies. It was founded in 1992 and EuroSEAS members work primarily in the humanities and social sciences, from archeology to economics,…

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Consultation on Transformation of Governance

August 19 - August 20

In the post-colonial era we live in Nation States. Some states are ruled by an elected government and enjoy comparative stability, economic growth, improved infrastructure, educational opportunities, employment and health care. Some states are unstable due to territorial conflict, active war between the government security forces and armed insurgents resulting in deaths and strained relationships between people who support the government and those who oppose. The negative impact of such instability on the economy creates unemployment and insecurity. What is…

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September 2017

SEA Studies Symposium 2018 – Call for Panels and Papers

September 1 - October 15

Duration: 22–24 March 2018 Project Southeast Asia invites proposals for Panels and Papers for the 7th Annual Southeast Asian Studies Symposium at Indonesian Medical Education and Research Institute (IMERI), Universitas Indonesia, from 22-24 March 2018. You will find detailed instructions for submissions, and more detailed information about the conference below. If you have any questions, please email christianne@projectsoutheastasia.com. Themes of the Symposium The theme of the 2018 Southeast Asian Studies Symposium is “What is Southeast Asia? Exploring Uniqueness and Diversity”. While panels and workshops…

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2nd International Conference on Applied Science and Health (ICASH) “Research for Better Society: Developing Science and Technology to Improve Health and Well-being”

The 2nd International Conference on Applied Health and Science (ICASH) wishes to serve as a medium to share knowledge and experience among scholars, health practitioners and scientist in order to gain better understanding of the most crucial issues in Asia-Pacific region yet to provide evidence-based studies to direct the government and policy; makers in designing strategic planning and health programs for the future growth and development of the regions. Not only government, individuals as community members are also responsible for…

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October 2017

The Malay Archipelago Archaeology Conference

Deadline of application: 31 May 2017 Malay archipelago, also called the island Southeast Asia, covers the countries of Indonesia, East Malaysia, Brunei, Singapore, East Timor and the Philippines. The Malay Archipelago Archaeology Conference will be held in Penang, Malaysia with a theme of Connecting People Through History. We hope to bring together various distinguished expertise in archaeology throughout island Southeast Asia and provide a platform for the dissemination, discussion and debate of ideas. Apart from knowing first hand our heritage of…

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ASEAN Forum 2017: Women in ASEAN

October 6 @ 12:00 pm - 6:00 pm

In the 50th year of the Association of Southeast Asian Nations, ASEAN Forum 2017 explores the role of women in our region; acknowledging accomplishments and shedding light on the challenges faced by women in Southeast Asia. ASEAN Forum 2017 will bring together leading academic thinkers, activists and policy makers to discuss and debate the political, economic and social position of women in Southeast Asia and what is being done to advance the standing of women in the region. The forum will…

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Gender in Southeast Asian Art Histories

October 11 - October 13

Studies focused on gender in Southeast Asian societies have emerged, in recent decades, in approximate concurrence with the development of regionally focused Southeast Asian art histories. The founding premise of this international symposium is that there has hitherto been insufficient discursive intersection between these two fields. Topics discussed may include: accounts of individual artists and collectives whose work engages with gender; investigations of gender in the exhibitionary, critical, and historiographical receptions of works of art, from any period; considerations of…

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