Fall 2011 Lecture Series

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Friday, September 9
Philip Yampolsky, Director, Robert E. Brown Center for World Music, University of Illinois, Urbana-Champaign
Lecture title: Music of Timor: East and West

Friday, September 16
Tomoyuki Shibata,
Assistant Professor, Public Health, School of Nursing and Health Studies, College of Health and Human Sciences, Northern Illinois University
Lecture title: Promoting United Nations Millennium Development Goals in Southeast Asia

Friday, September 23
Judith Hermanson, Director, Center for NGO Leadership and Development (NGOLD) and Associate Professor, Division of Public Administration and Department of Political Science, Northern Illinois University
Lecture title: Urban Challenges in Indonesia and the Philippines

Friday, September 30
Judy Ledgerwood
, Professor, Anthropology and Director, Cambodia Life History Project, Northern Illinois University
Lecture Title: Remembering the Killing Fields: An Exhibit at the Cambodian American Heritage Museum and Killing Fields Memorial, Chicago

Friday, October 7
Eric Jones
, Associate Professor, History, Northern Illinois University
Lecture Title: The Good Orientalism? The Hopes and Horrors of Customary Law in Colonial Indonesia

Friday, October 14
James Wilson
, Assistant Professor, Geography, Northern Illinois University
Lecture Title: A Public Health Geographic Information System for a City in South Sulawesi

Friday, October 21
Laura Iandola
, PhD candidate, History, Northern Illinois University
Lecture Title: Seen/Unseen: Visual Narratives of the Indonesian Genocide

Friday, October 28
No Lecture; Attend Southeast Asia Culture Night
, Wirtz Hall Auditorium

Friday, November 4
Michael Sullivan
, Director, Center for Khmer Studies, Cambodia
Lecture Title: Research and Rebuilding after Civil War: On the Ground with the Center for Khmer Studies

Friday, November 11
James Hoesterey
, ACLS Faculty Fellow, University of Michigan
Lecture Title: Shaming the State: Pop Preachers, Psikologi Islami, and the Anti-Pornography Campaign in Indonesia

Friday, November 18
Catherine Raymond
, Professor, Art History and Director, Center for Burma Studies, Northern Illinois University
Lecture Title: Skin Deep: The Global Art of Tattoos
SPECIAL NOTE: This event is part of International Week and is co-sponsored by the Division of International Programs, the Center for Burma Studies, the Center for Southeast Asian Studies, the Latino Resource Center and Phi Beta Delta. A light lunch will be served.

Friday, November 26
No lecture; Thanksgiving Break