July 30 - August 10, 2018 | East-West Center, Honolulu, Hawaiʻi

ASDP Infusing Institute

Infusing Korean Studies into the Undergraduate Curriculum

Institute Daily Readings 

Presenting faculty have assigned readings for their sessions, and the full citation information can be accessed below. Each presenter has prepared a bibliography that includes assigned readings and optional additional readings. These bibliographies along with other materials will be available in the Presenter Session Materials under Resources in the coming weeks.


Infusing Southeast Asian Studies into the Undergraduate Curriculum:

A Faculty and Program Development Summer Institute

August 1 to August 12, 2016


Week One Assigned Readings

Monday, August 1
Peter Hershock:  The Authority of Religious virtuosity and Social Transformation in Southeast Asian Buddhism
Hershock, Peter D. (2014). "Buddha, Dharma, and Snagha from India to China." In Hershock, Peter D. Public Zen, Personal Zen:  A Buddhist Introduction, pp. 3-22. Lanham; Boulder; New York; Toronto; Plymouth:  Rowman & Littlefield.
 
Tilakaratne, Asanga. (2012). "The Traditional Theravada Practice." In Tilakaratne, Asanga. Theravada Buddhism:  The View of the Elders:  Dimensions of Asian Spirituality, pp. 92-. Honolulu:  University of Hawai'i Press.

 
Tuesday, August 2
Leonard Andaya:  Southeast Asia:  A Geographic and Historical Overview
Andaya, Barbara Watson., and Andaya, Leonard Y. (2015). "Southeast Asia and the Geographic Environment." In Andaya, Barbara Watson, and Andaya, Leonard Y. A History of Early Modern Southeast Asia, 1400-1830, pp. 12-41. Cambridge:  Cambridge University Press.


Wednesday, August 3
Michael Aung-Thwin:  Fusions of Culture, Politics and Religion in Buddhist Southeast Asia:  Focus Burma
Ma Ma Lay. (1991). Not out of Hate. Center for International Studies, Ohio University.


Liam Kelly:  Vietnam:  Then and Now
Bradley, Mark Philip. (2009). "The Coming of the American War." In Bradley, Mark Philip. Vietnam at War, pp. 77-114. Oxford; New York:  Oxford University Press.

In addition, read another chapter of choice.


Thursday, August 4
Paul Lavy:  Southeast Asian Arts:  Alloying Indigenous Aesthetics with Outside Influences
Brown, Robert L. (1992). “Indian Art Transformed: The Earliest Sculptural Styles of Southeast Asia,” in Indian Art and Archaeology, ed. Ellen M. Raven and Karel R. Van Kooij (Leiden: E.J. Brill, 1992), pp. 40-53.

Reid, Anthony. (1992). “Southeast Asia: A Region and a Crossroad,” in Cultures at Crossroads:  Southeast Asian Textiles from the Australian National Gallery (Canberra: Australian National Gallery, 1992), pp. 8-16.
 

Paul Lavy:  Tour of Southeast Asian Art Collection--Honolulu Museum of Art
RECOMMENDED READINGS
Lavy, Paul A. (2012).  “A Lopburi Buddha at the Honolulu Museum of Art,” Orientations 43, 5 (June 2012): pp. 53-59.

Little, Stephen. (1996). “The John Young Gallery of Southeast Asian Art at the Honolulu Academy of Arts,” Orientations 27, 2 (February 1996): pp. 62-68.

Mann, Virginia. (1999). “Sultans and Chieftains: Great Cloths in the Christensen Fund Collection of Textiles,” Orientations 30, 10 (December 1999): pp. 58-65.
 

Friday, August 5
Muhamad Ali:  Islam:  Origins, Practices and Transmission into Southeast Asia
Ali, Muhamad. (2014). "Islam in Modern Southeast Asian HIstory." In Owen, Norman G. (Ed). Routledge Handbook of Southeast Asian History, pp. 213-223. New York:  Routledge.

Ali, Muhamad. (2014). "Far from Mecca:  Modern Islam in Indonesia and Malaysia." In Kennedy, Jeffrey T., and Moosa, Ebrahim (Eds). Islam in the Modern World, pp. 405-424. New York:  Routledge. 

Radjab, Muhamad. (1995). "Finishing the Koran." In Rodgers, Susan (Ed and Trans.). Telling Lives, Telling History:  Autobiography and Historical Imagination in Modern Indonesia. Berkeley:  University of California Press. 

Suherman, Djamil. "Becoming a Santri." Original Title:  "Djadi Santri." Walker, Steve (Trans.).

SUGGESTED READING:
Ali, Muhamad. (2007). "Moderate Islam Movement in Contemporary Indonesia." In Rizal, Sukma., and Joewono Clara (Eds). Islamic Thought and Movements in Contemporary Indonesia, pp. 195-236. Centre for Strategic and International Studies.

Schubel, Vernon James. (2005). "Teaching Islam as an Asian Religion." Education about Asia, Vol. 10, No. 1, pp. 4-10. 

Fealy, Greg., and Hooker, Virginia (Eds). (2006). Voices of Islam in Southeast Asia:  A Contemporary Sourcebook, pp. 19- 88. Pasir Panjang:  ISEAS Publications.


Muhamad Ali:  Authority and Islam in Contemporary Southeast Asia:  Innovations and Contestations
Ali, Muhamad. (2014). "Islam in Modern Southeast Asian HIstory." In Owen, Norman G. (Ed). Routledge Handbook of Southeast Asian History, pp. 213-223. New York:  Routledge.

Ali, Muhamad. (2014). "Far from Mecca:  Modern Islam in Indonesia and Malaysia." In Kennedy, Jeffrey T., and Moosa, Ebrahim (Eds). Islam in the Modern World, pp. 405-424. New York:  Routledge. 

Radjab, Muhamad. (1995). "Finishing the Koran." In Rodgers, Susan (Ed and Trans.). Telling Lives, Telling History:  Autobiography and Historical Imagination in Modern Indonesia. Berkeley:  University of California Press. 

Suherman, Djamil. "Becoming a Santri." Original Title:  "Djadi Santri." Walker, Steve (Trans.).

SUGGESTED READING:
Ali, Muhamad. (2007). "Moderate Islam Movement in Contemporary Indonesia." In Rizal, Sukma., and Joewono Clara (Eds). Islamic Thought and Movements in Contemporary Indonesia, pp. 195-236. Centre for Strategic and International Studies.

Schubel, Vernon James. (2005). "Teaching Islam as an Asian Religion." Education about Asia, Vol. 10, No. 1, pp. 4-10.

Fealy, Greg., and Hooker, Virginia (Eds). (2006). Voices of Islam in Southeast Asia:  A Contemporary Sourcebook, pp. 19- 88. Pasir Panjang:  ISEAS Publications.

 

Week Two Assigned Readings

Monday, August 8
Barbara Andaya:  Women in Southeast Asian Cultures and Societies

Andaya, Barbara Watson. (2004). “Gender History, Southeast Asia, and the “World Regions” Framework.” In A Companion to Gender History, eds. Teresa A. Meade and Merry E. Wisner-Hanks. (Malden MA/Oxford: Blackwell Publishing, 2004), pp. 323-42.


FURTHER READINGS:

Andaya, Barbara Watson. (2006). “Studying Women and Gender in Southeast Asia: A ‘State of the Art’ Essay.” International Journal of Asian Studies 4, 1 (2006): 1-24.


Devasahayam, Theresa W. (2009). Gender Trends in Southeast Asia: Women Now, Women in the Future (Singapore: ISEAS, 2009).


Nor Ismah. “The New Generation of Women Writers from the Pesantren Tradition in Indonesia.” Explorations 11, 1 (Spring 2011). Available at https://scholarspace.manoa.hawaii.edu/bitstream/10125/20308/1/Nor%20Ismah- %20Women%20Writers%20Pesantren-%20EXP%202011.pdf


Andy Sutton:  Musical Diversity in Southeast Asia
Sutton, R. Anderson. 2015. “Asia/Indonesia.” In Titon, Jeff T. (Ed). Worlds of Music: An Introduction to the Music of the World’s Peoples, 6th rev. ed. Boston: Cengage Learning, pp. 331-384.


Tuesday, August 9

Ehito Kimura:  Southeast Asian Politics

Aguilar, Filomeno., Hau, Caroline., Rafael, Vicente, and Tadem, Teresa. (2011). "Benedict Anderson, Comparatively Speaking:  On Area Studies, Theory, and 'Gentlemanly' Polemics." Philippine Studies, Vol. 59, No. 1 (2011), 107-139. 


Emmerson, Donald K. (1984). "'Southeast Asia':  What's in a Name?" Journal of Southeast Asian Studies, Vol. 15, No. 1 (Mar., 1984), pp. 1-21.  



Kathleen Adams:  Crafting Ethnic and Cultural Identities in Indonesia
Anderson, Benedict. (1991). “Census, Map, Museum.” In Anderson, Benedict, Imagined Communities. London:  Verso. 

Ford, Michele and Lyons, Lenore 2014. “Subaltern Cosmopolitans” Inside Indonesia. 115 Jan-March. Available here: http://www.insideindonesia.org/subaltern-cosmopolitans


OPTIONAL SHORT ONLINE ARTICLES:

Hooker, Virginia. 2011. “Shaping Modern Muslim Women” Inside Indonesia, 103 (Jan-March). Available here: http://www.insideindonesia.org/shaping-modern-muslim-women-2


Sentausa, Agung 2014. “The Architecture of Fluid Identities” Inside Indonesia 118 (Oct-Dec). Available here: http://www.insideindonesia.org/the-architecture-of-fluid-identities


Maier, H.M.J. 2015. “A Many-Headed Machine.” Inside Indonesia  (For those interested in Indonesian literature and its “fragmenting journey from national myth to bewildering multiplication.”). Available here:  http://www.insideindonesia.org/a-many-headed-machine-2


Long, Nick. 2010. “The Poetry of Malay Multiculturalism” Inside Indonesia, 102 (Oct-Dec). Available here: http://www.insideindonesia.org/the-poetry-of-malay-multiculturalism-2



Wednesday, August 10
Ardeth Thawnghmung:  Myanmar and the Dynamics of Political Transition
Thawnghmung, Ardeth. (2016). "The Myanmar Elections 2015:  Why the National League for Democracy Won a Landslide Victory." Critical Asian Studies, Vol. 48, No. 1, 2016, 132-142.

Thawnghmung, Ardeth Maung. (2016). "The Politics of Indigeneity in Myanmar:  Competing Narratives in Rakhine State." Asian Ethnicity, 2016. (Available here:  http://dx.doi.org/10.1080/14631369.2016.1179096).

Thawnghmung, Ardeth Maung. (2011). "The Politics of Everyday Life in Twenty-First Century Myanmar." The Journal of Asian Studies, Vol. 70, No. 3 (August) 2011, 641-656.


Thursday, August 11
Barbara Andaya:  Cultural Diversity? The Impacts of Teen Culture and Social Media

Vadrevu, Shobha and Sun Sun Lim, (2012). “Youth, Politics and Social Media in Southeast Asia: Trends, Events and Implications” in Youth: Future Agents of Change or Guardians of Establishment? Konrad-Adenauer-Stiftung, Singapore, 2012


FURTHER READINGS:

Ramli, Rashila, “Youth Political Participation in Asia: Outlooks in Malaysia and Indonesia”, pp. 11-18


Budiman, Manneke, Yuka DN Mangoenkoesoemo, P. Ayu Indah Wardhani, and Nila. Ayu Utami, “New Enemy of the State? Youth in post new Order Indonesia,’ pp. 51-68.


Sopheap Chak, “Cambodian Youth: Future Agents of Change?” pp. 69-78.


Cordero, Lesley Jeanne Y. ‘Unleashing the Power of Youth in the Philippines,” pp. 79-84.