The most important conference for Asia-Pacific archaeology, heritage & museums is in Vietnam from 23 to 28 September. PoP takes a look at the Southeast Asia sessions & papers we are most excited about.
The next Myanmar Update Conference will be held in Canberra on 5-6 June 2015. The Call for Papers is now open.
Asia Pacific Week 2014 will explore the theme of GlobaliseAsian from 23 June – 27 June 2014 at the ANU. Applications open on 10 March 2014.
One of Malaysia's top political scientists discusses the fortunes of the two East Malaysian states after Malaysia's 13th general election.
Organisers of this conference invite applications to present papers which explore the non-Han Chinese living and working outside China
Scholars of Asian borderlands will want to attend this important conference
Andrew Walker provides a user guide to academic presentation. Essential reading for those preparing a conference paper.
Malaysia and Singapore Society in Australia Colloquium 2013 -- extended deadline for abstracts.
Haris Ibrahim's seminar on 1 October 2013 at the ANU cancelled.
The 18th Malaysia and Singapore Society of Australia symposium discussing GE13 and more will be held at the University of Sydney in Dec 2013.
Next week, will be the biggest week on Malaysia and Singapore at the Australian National University.
Only in a secular democratic state will all citizens have the same basic reason to embrace the right to religious freedom
A roundtable to discuss the nature of Malaysian politics post GE13 -- which way will Malaysia head.
Find out more about this major conference where experts will discuss these important Southeast Asian neighbours
Proposals for papers to be presented at the 12th International Conference on Thai Studies can be submitted up to 1 September 2013.
An impressive assembly of experts will be at the ANU Malaysia-Singapore Update 2013 to address pressing issues on governance, society and the economy.
An invitation to participate in a panel at the 2014 International Conference on Thai Studies exploring the role of rebellions in shaping the modern borders of Thailand.
Audio recordings are now available from the Myanmar Update Conference held at the ANU in March 2013
New Mandala co-founder and Myanmar Update co-convenor Nicholas Farrelly provides a quick overview of how to follow proceedings.
An interesting conference for those interested in the compatibility of Islam and democracy, and all things Islam in Southeast Asia, and beyond.
Applications are open for Asia Pacific Week 2013 at the ANU. Travel grants are available.