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Student Life
Bluesukan combines jazz and West Javanese traditions
Otto Stuparitz, Ph.D. candidate in ethnomusicology, discusses the central role of dialogue in Sundanese traditional music and jazz improvisation, as well as the coming album release by his ensemble Bluesukan.

WATCH: Bluesukan album promo
Faculty Engagement
From YouTube to a hybrid classroom – Burmese language learning
Kenneth Wong, the Burmese language instructor for UC Berkeley and UCLA, speaks about his Burmese roots and how that brought him to teach distance learning Burmese.
DL Intermediate Burmese will come to UCLA in Fall 2020!
Frank Smith, the Khmer language instructor for UC Berkeley, UCLA, and UCI, shares about his introduction to the Khmer American community and how he sustains that relationship through his students. DL Khmer language courses at three levels return to UCLA in Fall 2020!
WATCH: Lao Joy
Enjoy this virtual performance, a collaboration between Northern Illinois University Thai Music Ensemble, UCLA Thai Music Ensemble, and Korphai Band!
Alumni Spotlight
CSEAS alum weaves Southeast Asia into his career in academia
Brandon Reilly is Associate Professor in History at Santa Monica College, where he teaches courses on East Asian, Southeast Asian, and world history. He received his Ph.D. in Southeast Asian History from the UCLA in 2013.
Southeast Asian history taught online and through a global lens
Dr. Dahlia Setiyawan, the associate chair for the history department at Windward School, shares about her current experience transitioning to remote instruction and her approach to teaching high school history.
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