Fall 2015 Lecture Series
►All lectures take place Fridays at 12 noon in Room 100 Campus Life Building, unless otherwise noted.
►All lectures are free and open to the public.
Friday, September 4
Jennifer Goodlander, Theatre, Drama and Contemporary Dance, Indiana University
Lecture title: Female Characters/Female Selves: Gender and Tradition in Balinese Shadow Play
Friday, September 11
Laura Junker, Anthropology, University of Illinois, Chicago
Lecture title: Ecological Changes Wrought by Economic Choices During the Development of a Philippine Chiefdom at Tanjay
Friday, September 18
Friday, September 25
Kanjana Thepboriruk, Foreign Languages & Literatures, NIU
Lecture title: Thai in Diaspora: Language and Identity in Los Angeles, California
Friday, October 2
Alan Potkin, adjunct, NIU
Lecture title: The Visualization Toolbox in Evaluating Paraonic Chinese Hydropower Schemes in Yunnan, PRC, and in Mainland Southeast Asia
Friday, October 9
John Brandon, director of international relations, Asia Foundation
Lecture title: Political Instability and the Role of the Military in Thailand: Historical Context, Current Events and Outlook
Friday, October 16
Eunsook Jung, Political Science, University of Wisconsin-Eau Claire
Lecture title: Perverse Outcomes Through Strategic Interaction in Indonesia's Democracy
Friday, October 23
Sonja Downing, Music, Lawrence University
Lecture title: Gamelan Girls in Competition: Recent Developments in Balinese Young Female Music Groups
Friday, October 30
Jui-Ching Wang and the Bali Study Abroad Group, NIU
Lecture title: How Far Did We Go? Way Beyond Tourism
*This lecture will be held at the Music Building Recital Hall
Friday, November 6
Susan Russell, Anthropology, and Rhodalyne Gallo-Crail, Foreign Languages & Literatures, NIU
Lecture title: Fulbright-Hays Group Project Abroad to the Philippines
Friday, November 13
Dian Ratna Sawitri, Psychology, Diponegoro University
Lecture: Culture, Congruence, and Indonesian Adolescent Career Development
Friday, November 20
Ingrid Jordt, Anthropology, University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee
Lecture: Aspirational State Politics and Buddhist Collective Imaginaries in Newly 'Democratic' Myanmar: Salvation and Burmese Buddhist Theories of Social Order
Fall lecture series ends November 20.
Lunch with us!
Feed body and mind at the weekly CSEAS lecture. Order an Indonesian lunch online by 6 p.m. Thursday at CSEAS Brown Bag Lunch Order, Pay for it in cash or check at the lecture. Cost is $5 for students and $6 for faculty, staff and others. Orders must be cancelled online by 10 a.m. Friday; otherwise you are responsible for paying. For lunch details or questions, email firstname.lastname@example.org. You are welcome to bring a lunch and beverage if not ordering a lunch.