805-161 SOUTHEAST ASIAN CIVILIZATION
Background and development of society and culture in Southeast Asian countries with an emphasis on major peninsular and mainland civilizations; The influence and impact of Eastern and Western civilizations on Southeast Asia in terms of cults, beliefs, religions, traditions, education, society, economy, and governance.
Course Portrait | Indonesian Culture and Dance
ABOUT THE COURSE
805-161 Southeast Asian Civilization is an exciting new course with global significance.
This course looks into the pre-history of the region before examining the impacts of colonial powers and post-World War II developments. Current events provide excellent topics for research projects and in-class discussion.
The ASEAN (Association of Southeast Asian Nations) region is currently one of the strongest economic growth areas globally, and this course offers a much-needed understanding of the region's complex history and rich ethnolinguistic landscapes.
Course Portrait | Burmese Culture and Dance
With the establishment of ASEAN (Association of Southeast Asian Nations) and the increasing integration of the region through the ASEAN Socio-cultural Community, a growing range of opportunities exist for employment, trade, and travel within and between member countries as well as with other regional trade partners, especially China.
As English is the official language of ASEAN, all member countries have agreed to the goal of teaching every child the language of a neighboring country as well as English. ASEAN represents one of the brightest hopes for economic growth in the present and future.
A BRIEF INTRODUCTION TO CIVILIZATION
FRESHMAN POSTER PROJECTS | ARCHAEOLOGISTS AND FIELD SITES IN SOUTHEAST ASIA
2017 Freshman Posters
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- Andrew Hardy – Wall of Quang Ngai, Vietnam
- Charles Higham – Ban Non Wat, Thailand
- Chin Yudee – Ban Chiang, Thailand
- Danny Hillman – Gunung Padang, Java, Indonesia
- Laura Lynn Shackelford – Tam Pa Ling, Laos
- Lim Chen Sian – Empress Place, Singapore
- Miriam Stark – Angkor Borei, Cambodia
- Mylene Lising – Rizal, Kalinga, Philippines
- Robert B. Fox – Leta-Leta Cave, Palawan, Philippines
- Robert Von Heine-Geldern – Dong Son Culture, Vietnam
- Srisak Wanlipodom – Pha Taem, Thailand
- U Khin Maung Kyaw – Padah-Lin Cave, Myanmar
- Wilhelm G. Solheim II – Kalanay Cave, Philippines
Treasures of Champa Kingdom
Interview at Po Nagar Temple in Nha Trang, Vietnam | Cham Culture | Steven Martin
2006 Interview | Prof Wilhelm G Solheim | University of the Philippines
Burmese Thanaka Culture Class | Steven Martin
Prayer for Peace Documentary | 2007 Matt Blauer
The Lady | Story of Aung San Suu Kyi
Thailand Culture & Heritage | Tourism Authority of Thailand
SOUTHEAST ASIAN CIVILIZATION 2018 | FINAL POSTER PROJECT | ANTHROPOLOGISTS AND ETHNOLINGUISTIC GROUPS IN SOUTHEAST ASIA
PROJECT TYPE | ACADEMIC POSTER
Develop an academic poster using PowerPoint or other software which can incorporate text, maps, tables, and images.
PROJECT THEME | ANTHROPOLOGY, ETHNICITY, AND LANGUAGE IN SOUTHEAST ASIA
- Choose an anthropologist with deep experience in living among, or studying, an ethnolinguistic group in Southeast Asia.
- Discuss the events or interests which led the anthropologist to study the ethnic group or culture.
- Emphasize the language, culture, history, and location of the ethnic group.
- Identify the significance of the ethnic group in terms of Southeast Asian civilization.
POSTER SIZE | INTERNATIONAL A3
Set slide dimensions for international A3, landscape (297 x 420 mm) (11.7 x 16.5 in)
ASEAN Q & A
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