The symposium brings together national and international leaders in language education to map out their visions of what constitutes innovative language education today and share and discuss the pressing national and international issues surrounding language education.
Salvatore Simarmata speaks on Negative Campaigning in Indonesia. The Effects of Attack Messages on Voting Behavior - at his PhD Seminar.
Rethinking Pollution Symposium: Environmental Politics, Public Health and Civil Society in Asia & the Pacific
The symposium is aimed at tackling and interrogating a major environmental and socio-economic challenge of the 21st century: pollution. Our understanding of the problem—its precedents and solutions—have thus far been largely western-centric and scientifically driven.
The Dong Van Karst Plateau, on Vietnam's border with China, typifies the region of Zomia: that vast 'non-state' upland space into which different Southeast Asian peoples are said to have fled, seeking sanctuary from oppressive lowland regimes (Scott 2009).
SYNAPSE The CHL trans-disciplinary seminar: Signal and Process: reconstructing language histories in Melanesia
Historical linguistics and the reconstruction of language histories have long played a pivotal role in the cross-disciplinary comprehension of the human past in Oceania.