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This Week in Southeast Asian Studies (TWISEA)
December 10, 2016
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Featured Courses - Winter 2017

ANTHROPOLOGY ANTH 473 (1-10 cr) with Peter Lape
Pacific Archaeology
MW 1030-1220 BMM 112

ARCHAEOLOGY ARCHY 325/ARCHY 525 (1-10 cr) with Peter Lape
Pacific Archaeology
MW 1030-1220 BMM 112

EDUCATION EDUC 401 H (1-10 cr) with Christine Stickler
Miseducation of the Filipino: History, Decolonization, and Action
Th 230-350 MEB 237

GRADUATE SCHOOL GRDSCH 525 (3 cr) with Tikka Sears & Theresa Ronquillo
Acting Up: Amplifying Voices Through Interactive Theater as Pedagogy
T 130-420 DEN 303 

HISTORY HSTCMP 205/JSIS A 205 (5 cr) with Vicente Rafael
Filipino Histories 

TTh 230-420 JHN 175

HISTORY HSTAS 530/JSIS A 580 (5 cr) with Laurie Sears & Christoph Giebel
Field Course in Southeast Asian History

T 130-320 THO 215

MUSIC MUSEN 411/MUSEN 511 (1 cr) with Christina Sunardi
Gamelan Ensembles

MW 330-450 MUS  058

Upcoming Events (1)

Donna Miscolta
 
Filipina/Latina Fiction Writer

 

Date: Thursday, December 15, 2016
Time: 7:30 PM
Location: Third Place Books at Seward Park


Donna Miscolta will be talking about her new short story collection Hola and Goodbye. For more information about Donna Miscolta, visit her website here.

Photo by Meryl Schenker.

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Recommended Resources

This section lists news items and other recently-published resources that have been recommended by faculty and grad students over the past week. To submit an item for next week, email seac@uw.edu.
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  • IMPORTANT! Is your house or office filled with knick-knacks from your visits to Southeast Asia? The Southeast Asia Center is happy to take your donations of material cultural items! We are working on curating cultural kits for K-12 educators and would to make your items available to students throughout Washington State. We will group the itmes with related items and develop item information sheets for educators to use in their classrooms.

    Please keep in mind:
    -Items will not be returned, so please donate items knowing that we cannot secure their return to you
    -No delicate items that children cannot potentially handle
    -Must be small enough to fit in a medium flat-rate box through USPS

    What are we looking for?
    -Original items from Southeast Asia
    -Samples of bills or coins
    -Cloth, weavings, batik, etc.
    -CDs of music
    -Small musical instruments
    -Postcards
    -Writing samples
    -Children's book
    -Toys/games
    -Anything really!

    Please be sure to include a short bit of background information if you have it. You can bring items to the Southeast Asia Center (Thomson Hall 303) or send us an email at seac@uw.edu to arrange a pickup. Thank you in advance for your participation.

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Jobs

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Fellowships and Funding

Previously Listed:

  • Summer Study Abroad in Laos (SAIL), June 27 - July 31. Undergraduate and graduate - Scholarship Deadline March 15, Application Deadline April 3

  • Don't forget! The FLAS application is open until January 31. For more information, check out the upcoming info sessions:
    Wed, December 14, 1-2 PST Webchat (see website for instructions)
    Wed, January 11, 3:30-4:30, Thomson Hall, 317

  • The Boren Fellowship is now accepting undergraduate applications to study languages abroad including Khmer, Javanese, Malay, Vietnamese and Thai. National deadline is January 31.

For general information on funding sources, including FLAS, visit the SEAC website
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Conferences and Calls for Papers

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