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Student Testimonials

Christina Geisse

The Asian Studies Program was incredible because most professors were undertaking their own research, passionate about their subject of study, and enthusiastic about sharing their knowledge with students. It felt fresh and profound at the same time. Inspiring! 

Christina Geisse
Kim Sluchansky

I was able to delve deep and focus on the areas of Asian Studies that truly interested me, and therefore gained a much more thorough and developed understanding of my fields of interest, which are applicable to my current career path. Also, the professors are extremely helpful and want their students to succeed. They were very supportive both while I was at UH and after I graduated.

Dr. Sai Bhatawadekar’s latest article published

Dr. Sai Bhatawadekar’s latest article published

Congratulations to Dr. Sai Bhatawadekar! Her latest article, “Pu. La. Deshpande’s तीन पैशाचा तमाशा (Tīn Paiśācā Tamāśā): Brecht in Marathi,” was published in Nodes of Translation: Intellectual History between Modern India and Germany by De Gruyter Oldenbourg. Pu. La. Deshpande’s तीन‍पैशाचा‍तमाशा…

Dr. Barbara Andaya’s latest article published

Dr. Barbara Andaya’s latest article published

Performing Arts and the Royal Courts of Southeast Asia, Volume One: Pusaka as Documented Heritage was just published as a part of Brill’s Southeast Asian Library, Volume 11. The volume includes Dr. Barbara Watson Andaya’s article, Space, Performance and Cultural…

Kyaw Hsan Hlaing publishes in ISEAS

Kyaw Hsan Hlaing publishes in ISEAS

Congratulations to our Asian Studies BA student Kyaw Hsan Hlaing! His latest piece, “Responses to Humanitarian Needs in Western Myanmar after Cyclone Mocha” was published in ISEAS Perspectives, a publication of the Yusof Ishak Institute (ISEAS), a leading Singapore-based research…

Pop Pacific blog with a photo of a group of women dancing

The Pop Pacific Blog

The Pop Pacific is based on Asian Studies summer classes on J-pop, K-pop, anime and manga. University of Hawai‘i professors Dr. Jayson Chun and Dr. Patrick Patterson have created a blog for general audiences. This blog is written in a non-academic style for undergraduates and non-native English…

Book cover of Marcos Era Reader

Dr. Abinales – The Marcos Era: A Reader

A Reader Analyzing Ferdinand E. Marcos Sr.’s Regime Book cover for the forthcoming work UH Manoa professor, Dr. Patricio Abinales of the Center for Southeast Asian Studies co-edited a forthcoming work with Dr. Leia Castañeda Anastacio (Harvard University). To be…

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