-May 3, tbc : Land, borders, territory, and Malay diplomacy (18th-20th). Harvard Asia Center, Fellow series, CGIS South, 1730 Cambridge St., Cambridge, MA.


-November 10, 10.15-12.30 pm: Panel participation: Building and Engaging Southeast Asian (American) Studies. Southeast Asian Studies Symposium, Brown University. Kasper Room of the Stephen Roberts Campus Center, 75 Waterman Street, Providence, RI.

-October 26, 12.15-2.00 pm: Shaking Up the Established Order: Reflections on Recent Changes in Indonesia, Malaysia, and the Philippines. Harvard Asia Center, Southeast Asia Series, Harvard Worldwide Week. S.153, CGIC South Building, 1730 Cambridge St., Cambridge, MA 

-September 27, 4.15-6 pm: Panel participation: Strongman Politics in the 21st Century (China, Russia, Turkey, Philippines). Davis Center for Russian and Eurasian Studies, Ash Center for Democratic Governance and Innovation, Fairbank Center for Chinese Studies, Harvard University Asia Center, Minda de Gunzburg Center for European Studies, Weatherhead Center for International Affairs. S010, Tsai Auditorium, CGIS South, 1730 Cambridge St., Cambridge, MA

Southeast Asia at Goethe University


June 28, 2-4 pm: “Contemporary social changes in Asia, the commodification of the land and changes in the relationship to work. Theoretical and empirical issues.” By Prof. Dr. Pierre Alary, University Lille 1. Campus Westend, Seminar Haus SH. 0.108

– May 7, 10-12 pm: Academic research and cooperation in Thailand. Past and prospect. By Abigaël Pesses, Deputy director, Research Institute on Contemporary Southeast Asia (IRASEC). Campus Westend, Seminar Haud SH. 5.103


December 15, 6-8 pm: Documentary screening (Philippines)
Sin Dudas, followed by QandA with the producer Ulrich Rothoff and the director Roehl Jamon
On extrajudicial killings in the Philippines (pre-Duterte)
Campus Westend, Seminar Haus
November 23, 6-8 pm: Visit of Martin Aleida, writer, former journalist and political prisoner (Indonesia)
Book presentation and debate:
Tanah Air/Die verlorene Heimat (Kompas Best Short Stories Award 2016)
Stories on Indonesian exiles (post 1965) in Europe
Campus Westend, Seminar Haus SH 0.106
 October 126-8 pmPodium Discussion (Thailand, Singapore, Indonesia)
“Southeast Asia (i)n books: difficulties and challenges in the field of edition”
 Thailand: Trasvin Jittidecharack (Silkworm Books)
 Singapore: Edmund Wee (Epigram Books)
 Indonesia: John Mc Glynn (Lontar Foundation)
 Campus Westend, PEG Building 1.G16
Photos of the events (credit: Joachim Nieß):


International conference “Reconciling Indonesian History with 1965: Facts, Rumors, Stigma”, 10-12 November 2016 :


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