SEA Studies Symposium 2015 – Roundtables and Workshops: “The Year of ASEAN: Integrating Southeast Asia,” March 20-24, 2015


FacebookTwitterWhatsAppEmailBlogger Post
Image credit: http://projectsoutheastasia.com/wp-content/uploads/2008/09/frontsplash3-652x300.jpg

Image credit: http://projectsoutheastasia.com/wp-content/uploads/2008/09/frontsplash3-652×300.jpg

 

●  Goh, Joseph N. “The Contestation of Muslim Homogeneity through Queer Variegations of Lived Islam among Gay-Identifying Malay-Muslim Malaysian Men.” Paper presentation at “Gender and Nationhood: The Emerging Gendered Modernities of Malaysia and Indonesia” Panel, SEA Studies Symposium 2015 – Roundtables and Workshops, “The Year of ASEAN: Integrating Southeast Asia,” in conjunction with the Asian Economic Panel Conference, Sunway University, Malaysia, March 22, 2015. Chair: Gaik Cheng Khoo.

●   Alicia Izharuddin, Joseph N. Goh and Pang Khee Teik. “The State and Future of the Study of Gender in Malaysia from a Multi-disciplinary Perspective: Disciplinary and Methodological Challenges and Opportunities.” Roundtable at the SEA Studies Symposium 2015 – Roundtables and Workshops, “The Year of ASEAN: Integrating Southeast Asia,” in conjunction with the Asian Economic Panel Conference, Sunway University, Malaysia, March 22, 2015. Chair: Heong Hong Por.

 

4th Southeast Asian Studies Symposium 2015 Roundtable. Image credit: Yuenmei Wong

4th Southeast Asian Studies Symposium 2015 Roundtable. Image credit: Yuenmei Wong

4th Southeast Asian Studies Symposium 2015 Panel. Image credit: Yuenmei Wong

4th Southeast Asian Studies Symposium 2015 Panel. Image credit: Yuenmei Wong

 

 


Print pagePDF pageEmail page

Comments

comments