Spring 2015 Lecture Series
►All lectures take place Fridays at 12 noon in Room 110 (Honors office), Campus Life Building, unless otherwise noted (see listings below).
►All lectures are free and open to the public.
►Southeast Asian lunches are back! To order an Indonesian lunch, order online by 6 p.m. Thursday at CSEAS Brown bag Lunch Order, Orders are paid for at the lecture (cash or checks only). Cost is $5 for students and $6 for faculty, staff and others. Orders must be cancelled online by 10 a.m. Friday. For lunch details or questions, email email@example.com.
►All are welcome to bring a lunch and beverage if not ordering a lunch.
Friday, January 30
Trude Jacobsen, History, Northern Illinois University
Lecture title: Misogyny, Malice and Male Privilege in Cambodia: Translating the Cbpab Srei (c. 1800)
Friday, February 6
Scott Hanley, MA candidate, History, Northern Illinois University
Lecture title: A New Order Epidemic: Popular and Professional Responses towards 'Lifestyle Diseases' in Suharto's Indonesia
Friday, February 13
Al McCoy, History, University of Wisconsin-Madison
Lecture title: Policing the Imperial Periphery: The Philippine-American War and the Rise of the U.S. Surveillance State
Friday, February 20
Anne Hansen, History and Center for Southeast Asian Studies, University of Wisconsin-Madison
Lecture title: Religion-making and Religious Others in Colonial Cambodia
Kathleen Adams, Anthropology, Loyola University (Chicago)
Lecture title: Toraja Families, Funerals and Facebook: Re-Imag(in)ing an Indonesian 'House-based Society' in Transnational Times
Friday, March 6
Francesca Pase, MSEd candidate, Educational Psychology, Northern Illinois University
Lecture title: I'm Sorry for the Mistakes I'm about to Make: Interaction, Social Status and Emotion in the Indonesian EFL Classroom
Friday, March 20
Kosal Path, Political Science, Brooklyn University
Lecture title: The Khmer Rouge Practice of Thought Reform in Cambodia, 1975-78
Friday, April 3
Susan Russell, Anthropology, Northern Illinois University
Lecture title: Clan Politics and Crime: Challenges for the Bangsamoro Region's Transition to a Post-Conflict Zone
Friday, April 10
Scott Abel, PhD candidate, History, Northern Illinois University
Lecture title: Piracy, Warfare, the Decline of the Malay Seafarer, and the Straits Settlements, 1825-75
Friday, April 17
Sarah Shair-Rosenfield, Political Science, Arizona State University
Lecture title: Beyond Gender Quotas: The Multifaceted Impact of Electoral Reforms on Female Political Representation in Indonesia
Friday, April 24
Penny Edwards, History, UC-Berkeley
Lecture: Exile of the Myngun Prince of Burma
Weekly lecture series ends April 24.