Watson Institute for International and Public Affairs

SEASI Student Research Exhibition 3.0

Friday, May 3, 2019

5:30 p.m. – 7:30 p.m.

Room 101, Stephen Robert '62 Hall, 280 Brook Street

A presentation and exhibition of student work on Southeast Asia and its diasporas. 

Program:

Alex Adia – Data Disaggregation & Its Impact on Identifying Health Disparities Among Filipino and Vietnamese Adults in California

Sandra Moore – Tourism & the Wayang Kulit

Margaret Follett – "Such a Method of Doing Business": Local Shipping Agents, the Hajj, and the Divide between Corporate and Colonial Priorities in Late 1870s, Jeddah

Tabitha Payne – Blurring Truth and Fiction in Modern Southeast Asian Literature

Sindura Sriram – The Hindu Yogic Path to Supposed Enlightenment

Anya Gupta – The Temporary, the Transitory and the In-between

Isaac Leong – The Profane, the Sacred, and the Social: Different identities of a keris in the Haffenreffer Museum

Nicole Yow Wei – Discussion Course Development: Articulating Islame in Southeast Asia (Fall 2019)

Victoria Huynh – Resilient Roots: Vietnamese Refugee Gardening in Camden, NJ

Liam Greenwell – Still Angry: An Expanding Hardcore Punk Culture in Saigon

Bella Hoang and Thedoe Nyunt – SEASI History Project

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