SE6770 Graduate Research Seminar (AY2010/2011)

Speakers:

  • Arunima Datta (PhD Candidate, Southeast Asian Studies Programme)
  • Chung Ye Sun (PhD Candidate, Southeast Asian Studies Programme)
  • Lina Puryanti (PhD Candidate, Southeast Asian Studies Programme)
  • Kanami Namiki (PhD Candidate, Southeast Asian Studies Programme)
  • Hong Sek Chern (PhD Candidate, Southeast Asian Studies Programme)

Date: Wednesday, 13 April 2011
Time: 2:00pm – 4:30pm
Venue: AS3, Level 6, SEAS Seminar Room (06-20)

Synopsis
This module, a Faculty requirement since 2004, is intended to encourage scholarly interactions among the graduate research students. Under a lecturer’s guidance, the students have engaged with each other during the past months, and now share their thoughts with the wider community. They hope to attract comments and suggestions for the further development of their thesis projects

Seminar Topics

Arunima Datta
Muted Struggle of ‘Sucked Oranges’: the life of the Indian women coolies on Malay plantations

Chung Ye Sun
Transnational Islam in Global Context: Indonesian Muslim Migrant Workers in South Korea

Lina Puryanti
Formation of (Indonesian) National Identity in a Borderland: A Case Study of the Indonesia‐Malaysia Frontier in Sebatik Island

Kanami Namiki
Singkil: Maranao Dance in (Con)fusion of National and Local

Hong Sek Chern
“Motification”: Constructing Southeast Asia by Design