The Southeast Asian Studies Graduate Student Association is hosting online, communal writing sessions on Mondays and Fridays in Fall 2020 using Zoom. Details in the flyer below.
SEASGRAD and SEATRiP will be organizing a one-day, online conference on May 14, 2021. The theme is “Making and Unmaking Southeast Asian Spaces.” More details coming soon. Click here to see the program for our 2019 conference.
About SEASGRAD and SEATRiP
SEASGRAD is an association of MA and PhD students affiliated with UC Riverside’s Southeast Asian Studies Program, SEATRiP (Southeast Asia: Text, Ritual and Performance.) SEATRiP brings together faculty and students who share an interest in the arts and humanities and are actively engaged with the languages and expressive cultures of Southeast Asia. Work within SEATRiP addresses regionally-specific texts, rituals and performances across time and space. The interdisciplinary program was founded in 2002 by scholars in the Ethnomusicology, Anthropology, and Comparative Literatures and Languages departments. See: https://seatrip.ucr.edu/