NUS Department of Southeast Asian Studies is proud to present
Southeast Asian Night 2015
Join us for a night of cultural performances by the department and student groups such as Malay Studies Society and VNCNUS!!
Admission is FREE!
Sign up here today: http://goo.gl/qWDq93
Do you want to learn how to read and write the Cam language? Then come and join us at the Cam language workshop organised by the NUS Southeast Asian Studies Society on Wednesday 2 April 2014, 4:00pm – 6:00pm.
Together with Dr Thanh Phan, Vice Director for the Center of Vietnamese and Southeast Asian Studies at the University of Social Sciences and Humanities, Vietnam National University (VNU-HCMC), Dr Mohd Effendy, Postdoctoral Fellow from NUS Southeast Asian Studies will be sharing the history and myths of the Cam people.
Reserve your spot today by signing up via this Google Form: https://docs.google.com/forms/d/1gOIApwQH32Yjim61Awa98qWvUsSJXspCu-HR88kUCwo/viewform
For any queries, email the NUS Southeast Asian Studies Society at
Subjectivities is a new biannual research journal run by students from the NUS Southeast Asian Studies Society. Each issue tackles a specific theme concerning the region. We would like to invite students, faculty members, as well as external individuals to contribute their works on Southeast Asia.
In our inaugural issue, themed UNDERSIDES, we are currently calling for submissions of essays and creative works (eg. artworks, poems) on the un-discovered, un-spoken and under-cover aspects of the region we call Southeast Asia.
Guideline for All Essay Submissions
Word Limit: 1000-1200 words
Citation Style: MLA with footnotes
Send in your entries to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Deadline: 24 Jan 2014 (Week 2)
You may contact email@example.com for more information about the submissions.
We hope you will be keen to contribute and share your interest in this region with us and we look forward to reading your works.