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CSEAS Events
The Romance of Magno Rubio
Live-stream screening followed by Q&A with actors Jojo Gonzalez and Ron Domingo, and dramaturge/translator Dr. Joi Barrios-Leblanc (UC Berkeley)
Thursday, June 4, 2020
3:30PM (Pacific Time)
Zoom Live Stream
RSVP Required
Sites of Encounter Workshop 2020:
Southwestern Asia, 300-1200: Baghdad and Nishapur

Thursday, June 18 to Friday, June 19, 2020
9AM to 12PM
Sessions will be held virtually via Zoom
Register Here: https://ucla.in/2Rcjio7

Free to all educators
Teacher Resources
View information about ongoing professional development opportunities and curriculum resources for K-14 educators and language instructors.
CSEAS News
A new, interdisciplinary Pilipino Studies minor launching soon!
With the announcement of the new minor in the department of Asian American studies, faculty and staff reflect on the journey to establish the minor that started a decade ago.
Student Life
Dian Tri Irawaty, Ph.D. candidate in geography, reports on how her research on grassroots movements for housing rights in Jakarta and the communities around her have been affected by COVID-19.
UCLA students come together through documentary filmmaking to highlight the growing gentrification of Cambodia town in Long Beach.
WATCH: Cambodia Town: Not for Sale (2019)
 
Faculty Engagement
As director of the UCLA Music of Thailand Ensemble, Professor Supeena Adler continues to push for musical and cultural engagement through remote instruction.
UCLA Professor Oona Paredes shares her personal experience of becoming interested in Indigenous studies and how she makes Indigenous peoples the center of both her research and teaching.
Alumni Spotlight
Using storytelling to build and challenge power
From filmmaking to grassroots organizing, Lan Nguyen, a UCLA Asian American studies M.A. alumna, works to strengthen working-class power and challenge stigmas.
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