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Video Golay Lecture: For Whom Are Southeast Asian Studies?

The 11th Frank H. Golay Memorial Lecture, Cornell University “For Whom are Southeast Asian Studies?” Caroline Hau (Kyoto University)     Video of lecture: https://www.cornell.edu/video/caroline-hau-for-whom-are-southeast-asian-studies Which audiences, publics, and peoples do Southeast Asianists address and serve? The question of “audience(s)”—real and … Continue reading

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Always Roaming with a Hungry Heart

I don’t really read poetry. Even before, as an English teacher, poetry was my least favorite genre. There were a few poems that I liked and that I returned to again and again, but even then (and even now), I … Continue reading

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The Open Access Movement

Peter Suber, Director of the Harvard Office for Scholarly Communication, defines open-access (OA) literature as “digital, online, free of charge, and free of most copyright and licensing restrictions.” He also gives the definition from the Budapest Open Access Initiative. “There … Continue reading

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2015

Here’s a link to Facebook’s 2015 Year in Review. Pretty fascinating. Google usually comes up with its Year in Search in January.

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