"Borders and Frontiers: Connections between Power, Ideology, and Identity in Southeast Asia " (November 11, 2011)
Professor Myron Cohen gives opening remarks at the conference.
WEAI Visiting Scholar Duncan McCargo delivers a keynote address on "Mapping National Anxieties: Thailand's Multi-layered Conflicts."
WEAI Research Scholar Ann Marie Murphy moderated the first panel on "Crossing/Contesting Boundaries."
Peni Hanggarini (Northern Illinois University)
Emily Hong (Minority Rights Group International)
Kimberly Rogovin (Columbia University)
Trude Jacobsen of Northern Illinois University moderated the second panel, "Power, Ideology, and Identity."
Karen Bryner (Columbia University)
Tony Do (Columbia University)
Laur Kiik (Columbia University)
Lisa Kim (Columbia University)
Kristy Kelly, WEAI Postdoctoral Fellow in Modern Southeast Asian Studies, raises an issue during Q&A.
Akiko Imai, Director for Public Communications, gives closing remarks on behalf of the Tokyo Foundation.
Commemorating the 20th anniversary of the Sylff program
Co-sponsored by the APEC Study Center at Columbia University