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10 Years of SEASREP
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Date

Activity

14-15 April
2000
Los Angeles, U.S.

Council members join scholars from the United States in the workshop on Southeast Asian Studies for the 21st Century, organized by the UCLA Center for Southeast Asian Studies.

25 April
6 May
2000
Thailand and Malaysia

The 2nd Traveling Classroom on the theme, The Impact of Tourism on Southeast Asian Societies and Culture, is conducted by Charnvit and Nabir Haj Abdullah (Universiti Kebangsaan Malaysia) as co-coordinators.

8 May 2000
Bangkok, Thailand

SEASREP holds a workshop on Representations of Southeast Asia in Southeast Asian Pre-University Textbooks at Thammasat University. Six papers are presented, each focusing on Indonesia, Malaysia, the Philippines, Vietnam, Thailand, and Myanmar.

9-11 May
2000
Bangkok, Thailand

Batch six of SEASREP grantees is selected.

SEASREPís external linkages are discussed to boost its reach in the region.

Agreement is reached to transfer the administration of the language training, visiting professors and MA/PhD incentive grants from Tokyo to Manila.

16-17 February
2001
Bintan Island, Indonesia

SEASREP grantees, batch seven, are chosen.

Grant programs are evaluated and a proactive approach, devised to raise the number and quality of applications. Ruth McVey is asked to prepare a guide for the Selection Committee.

The MA/PhD incentive grant is named after Luisa Mallari, a Filipino specialist on Malay literature and member of SEASREPís Selection Committee from 1998 until her demise in a plane crash on 19 April 2000.

Ang Choulean, director of Department of Culture and Monuments, Authority for the Protection and Management of Angkor and the Region of Siem Reap, observes the Council meeting.

25 April-6
May 2001
Northern Philippines

The 3rd Traveling Classroom is conducted on the theme, Democratization in Southeast Asia, with Miriam Ferrer (University of the Philippines) at the helm. Two Cambodian students join the class in addition to 24 student participants from Indonesia, Thailand, Malaysia, and the Philippines.


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