An NEH Summer Institute ~ June 10 - July 5, 2019 ~ Honolulu, Hawai‘i ~ Hosted by Asian Studies Development Program
Colonialism Experiences and
Their Legacies in Southeast Asia
An NEH Summer Institute ~ June 10 to July 5, 2019 ~ Honolulu, Hawaii ~ Hosted by Asian Studies Development Program
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In this part of the site, we will include links to drafts of the “teaching, research, and/or writing projects” developed by Institute participants over the course of the program. These projects can take many forms: a detailed course module based on Institute content; a significantly revised or entirely new course syllabus; an annotated bibliography of works useful in teaching about Colonialism in Southeast Asia; an outline of a new research paper, or a plan of action for building a Colonialism studies program. The main objective is for participants to produce something that documents the value of participating in the Institute: a well-defined and substantial outcome of being a member of the Institute community.
Of course, it is understood that preliminary ideas about projects can evolve in new directions over the course of the program. The Institute Director will meet with participants in small groups over the first weeks of the program to offer feedback on project ideas. These small group meetings will also provide an opportunity for some peer feedback and mutual inspiration.
Participants and Their Final Projects (in alphabetical order)
Any views, findings, conclusions, or
recommendations expressed here do not necessarily reflect those of the
National Endowment for the Humanities.