The Center for Southeast Asian Social Studies at Universitas Gadjah Mada, Yogyakarta will be holding the Visiting Programme “Explore Jogja” 2017.
Interested students should contact the organiser directly for enquiries.
This is a not for credit programme and there is no funding available for students.
The Max Weber Foundation Research Group team of researchers at NUS are seeking to appoint two postdoctoral fellows to contribute to the Research Group’s activities on Borders, Mobility and New Infrastructures.
All applications should be submitted no later than 31 January 2017.
Find out more here.
Congratulations to Southeast Asian Studies major, Yeo Tze Yang, on winning the Silver award in the Established Artist Category at the 2016 UOB Painting of the Year competition.
Check out the winning artwork here.
Join Professor John N. Miksic (NUS Dept of Southeast Asian Studies) and Associate Professor Goh Geok Yian (NTU HSS) at the launch of their latest publication ‘Ancient Southeast Asia’ on Fri, 11 Nov, at Level 16, The POD, National Library Building from 7pm.
Discounted copies of the book will be available at the launch.
Limited seats available. Registration is required via http://bit.ly/2eH6BiC.
The Department of Southeast Asian Studies presents TAKSU An Evening of Balinese Dance by A/P Irving Johnson and his students from module SE2224 Unmasked! An Introduction to Balinese Dance in SEA.
Be sure to join us for this one-night only showcase!
Due to changes in staff availability in Semester 2 AY2016/2017, the following modules will not be offered:
- SE4218 Majorities and Minorities in Southeast Asia
- SE5294/GE5215 The Politics of Environment in SE Asia
We apologise for any inconvenience caused.
The Department of Southeast Asian Studies proudly presents ‘Imaginations‘, a traditional Thai paintings exhibition by students of SE3224 Thai Drawing and Painting.
The exhibition will be held at the NUS Central Library (outside restricted area) from 15 to 23 August 2016.
All are welcome!
The Department of Southeast Asian Studies is now located on Level 6 of the new AS8 building.
Our contact numbers remain unchanged.
Please refer to the following pages for updated information:
The 2016/2017 Academic Year marks the 25th anniversary of the founding of the Southeast Asian Studies Programme which has become a full-fledged Department since July 2011.
To celebrate this milestone, the Department of Southeast Asian Studies will be holding several events and we would like YOU to join us!
Register and pay for our Silver Jubilee Dinner online here: https://nus.edu/2anDnPj
Follow us on Facebook or our Department website for updates.
We regret to announce that the NUS-ANU Joint Masters Degree in Southeast Asian Studies will cease to exist effective Semester 2, AY2016/2017. The Semester 2, AY2015/2016 intake will be the final intake to the programme and no further intakes will occur.