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10 Years of SEASREP
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7-9 January
Hanoi, Vietnam

SEASREP grantees—the 9th batch—are selected.

The Council discusses the results of the external review of SEASREP for the period 1995-2001, which examined two aspects: effectiveness of SEASREP programs and management of SEASREP. Dhiravat na Pombejra, Chulalongkorn University, and Narifumi Tachimoto Chubu University did the review.

Grants are opened to all Southeast Asian universities even as the MOU network is maintained to support the exchange program and the newly established Asian Emporiums course.

The source/colonial language is deleted from the list of languages that can be studied under the Language Training program.

The Luisa Mallari Fellowship is expanded to allow full PhD study,

Nguyen Van Chinh and Aloun Silattanakoun (National University of Laos) join the Council meeting as observers.

12-13 March

Council members attend the roundtable and launching of the Asia Research Institute, National University of Singapore.

20-24 October
Ayutthaya, Thailand

SEASREP holds a training seminar on Southeast Asian studies for 26 university teachers from Vietnam, Cambodia, Laos, Thailand, Malaysia, Indonesia and the Philippines. Participants find the lectures informative and the reading lists helpful. They suggest that the seminar be held once a year on different topics.

5-7 January
Cebu, Philippines

The 10th batch of SEASREP grantees is selected.

The Council maps out its goals and vision as it enters its second decade. More vigorous participation in the formal education sector is favored as well as the creation of links with Southeast Asianists outside the region. The outward-looking perspective is intended to complement the continued promotion of Southeast Asian studies in the region.

Nguyen Van Chinh, Ang Choulean and Souphab Khouangvichit (National University of Laos) are this year’s observers.

14 April
20 May 2004

SEASREP supports the 1st Asian Emporiums course. Hosted by the University of the Philippines Center for International Studies (CIS), 17 Southeast Asian students from Malaysia, Indonesia, Philippines, Thailand, Vietnam, Laos, and Cambodia attend class. Cynthia Zayas, CIS director, takes charge.

27 May

The University of Malaya Institutes the Asian Emporiums course.

4-5 July
Antipolo, Philippines

SEASREP supports the roundtable of university publishers in Southeast Asia, with the University of the Philippines Press as host. Cristina Hidalgo, UP Press director, runs the workshop. Press directors from the National University of Singapore, Universiti Kebangsaan Malaysia, University of Brunei Darussalam, Vietnam National University-Ho Chi Minh, University of Indonesia and Gadjah Mada University take part. The workshop considers collaborative arrangements among university publishers.


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