Accepted Panels

The list below shows all panels that have been accepted to be part of the conference program.

Open panels have participant slots remaining, meaning you can apply to the panel convener with your paper.

Closed panels have already reached their maximum number of participants and can therefore not accept further applications. Pre-confirmed participants (whose papers were already included in the panel proposal) do not have to apply and can register directly on the main EuroSEAS website.

More information about the panels can be found inside the PDF documents accessible from each panel page. Please note that this list is subject to change.

Laboratories

OpenGovernance for climate change adaptation in Southeast Asia: history, anthropology, and political economyTom Hoogervorst KITLV Leiden
OpenLegal Intermediaries: Reading, Interpreting and Documenting “Law” in Southeast AsiaJeremy J. Kingsley Swinburne Law School
OpenSoutheast Asian travelogues and global AsiaNicholas Y. H. Wong University of ChicagoNazry Bahrawi Singapore University of Technology and Design
ClosedBourdieu, Religious Fields and Social Power in Mainland Southeast AsiaBenjamin Baumann Humboldt-Universität zu BerlinErick White University of Michigan

Round Tables

OpenPhilosophies in Southeast AsiaLara Hofner Humboldt-Universität zu Berlin
ClosedCurrent and future challenges of regional integration in Southeast AsiaJacques Leider École Française d’Extrême-Orient
Closed“Listen to your Eyes”: Multimedia Story-telling and the Future(s) of Academic PublishingDavid Kloos KITLV LeidenHenk Schulte Nordholt KITLV LeidenSilvia Vignato University of Milano-Bicocca
ClosedMyanmar: One year ahead of the next electionsMichael Lidauer Myanmar Institute
ClosedNew Area Studies and Southeast AsiaVincent Houben Humboldt-Universität zu BerlinClaudia Derichs Humboldt-Universität zu Berlin
ClosedPrinciples of welfare in Southeast AsiaSilvia Vignato Università di Milano-Bicocca
ClosedResponding to Troubling Times: The Urgency of Collaborations Between Academics and ArtistsRosa Cordillera A. Castillo Humboldt-Universität zu BerlinClod Yambao University of GhentKay Abaño
ClosedSoutheast Asian Studies: Directions, Themes and CollaborationsSikko Visscher KITLV Leiden

Panels

Open20 Years after Reformasi: Democratisation and the Politics of In/Exclusion in Indonesia and MalaysiaHew Wai Weng National University of MalaysiaAzmil Tayeb University of Science, Malaysia
OpenAgeing Out of Place: Comparative Perspectives from Southeast AsiaMegha Amrith Max Planck Institute for the Study of Religious and Ethnic DiversityVictoria K. Sakti Max Planck Institute for the Study of Religious and Ethnic Diversity
OpenAgrarian Social Movements and Struggles in Southeast Asia Past and PresentMatthew Woolgar Oxford University
OpenAlready Southern China or still Northern Southeast Asia? Local Engagements with and Translations of Chinese Regional Aspirations in the Upper Mekong RegionSimon Rowedder National University of Singapore
OpenAmbiguous Eating and Bodies in Global Asia: Perspectives from Critical Food and Development StudiesJudith Ehlert University of ViennaNora Faltmann SOAS University of London
OpenArmed groups, state-making practices and civilian agency in the borderlandsAnnika Pohl Harrisson Aarhus University
OpenASEAN Decision-Making and Policy Change in Southeast AsiaLukas Maximilian Müller University of Freiburg
OpenBeing Young Vietnamese in post-socialist European countriesBarbora Nováková Charles University
OpenBeyond wage labour: An inclusive approach to work and its implications for the emergence of new workers’ alliances in urban Southeast AsiaMark Philip Stadler University of CopenhagenMechthild von Vacano Freie Universität Berlin
OpenBorneo and beyond: Connecting the local and the global in Borneo’s pastJennifer R. Morris National University of SingaporeValerie Mashman Sarawak Museum Campus Project
OpenBoundaries within the flow: The shape of life in Southeast Asian cosmologiesMonica Janowski SOAS University of LondonGuido Sprenger Ruprecht-Karls-Universität Heidelberg
OpenCambodia’s “Golden Age”: Accessing the Global History of the SangkumRon Leonhardt George Washington University
OpenCaregiving across generations in contemporary Southeast AsiaKristina Göransson Lund University
OpenCensorship of the Arts in Southeast AsiaRosalia Engchuan Max Planck Institute for Social AnthropologyTaufiq Hanafi KITLV Leiden
OpenChina’s Belt and Road Initiative (BRI): Bridging Disciplines, Theories and Methods in the Research on its Impacts on Southeast Asia?Alfred Gerstl Palacký UniversityWolfram Schaffar University of PassauMária Strašáková Palacký University
OpenContextualizing Netherlands-Indonesia TransnationalismFridus Steijlen KITLV Leiden
OpenCreative peacebuilding and resistance in IndonesiaBirgit Bräuchler Monash University
OpenCritical perspectives on penality in Southeast AsiaAndrew M. Jefferson
OpenCrop booms in borderlands: Perspectives from Southeast AsiaCecilie Friis Humboldt-Universität zu BerlinRob Cole National University of SingaporeJuliet Lu University of California, Berkeley
Open“Development” Appropriation in Myanmar: Partnership, ContestationTomas Cole Stockholm UniversityKristina Simion Australian National University
OpenEmerging Scholarship on Myanmar’s Chin State: Interdisciplinary PerspectivesSena Galazzi Lian SOAS University of London
OpenEncountering Spirits: Trance and Spirit Possession in the Performing Arts of Contemporary Southeast AsiaLorenzo Chiarofonte SOAS University of LondonIlaria Meloni Sapienza University of RomeEva Rapoport Mahidol University
OpenEngaging universals: Traveling concepts and practices in contemporary Southeast AsiaSina Emde Heidelberg UniversityCatherine Scheer École Française d’Extrême-Orient
OpenFrom Southeast Asia to Europe: Tracing the Roots and Routes of Transpacific RadicalismVina A. Lanzona University of Hawaiʻi at Mānoa
OpenFuture Making along Southeast Asian FrontiersMichaela Haug University of CologneKristina Großmann University of Passau
OpenGender in the Transition: Feminist Politics, Resistance and Intersectionality in MyanmarJenny Hedström Umeå UniversityElisabeth Olivius Umeå University
OpenGovernance to the Local Level: Synergies between the Social, Economic, and Climate Change Sustainable Development Goals in Southeast Asian CitiesRonald Holzhacker Groningen Research Centre for Southeast Asia and ASEAN
OpenGrounding “alternative ontologies”: Towards a political ecology of animismTimo DuileChristoph AntweilerAnnina Aeberli
OpenHealth equity and embodied vulnerabilities in a region in transitionCatherine Smith Macquarie University
OpenHealth, policy and governance: Cases from IndonesiaSikko Visscher KITLV Leiden
OpenHeritagization: The Complexity of the Heritage InscriptionNguyen Thi Hien Vietnam National Institute of Culture and Arts Studies
OpenHistorical Anthropology in the Highlands: Contexts, Methods, Actors, and EthicsPierre Petit Université Libre de BruxellesJean Michaud Université Laval
OpenIdentity: Forging Regional Belonging in Southeast AsiaVolker Grabowsky University of Hamburg
OpenIn the Making: Experimentation and Experiment in Southeast Asian ArtAmanda Katherine Rath Goethe UniversityWulan Dirgantoro Melbourne University
OpenIndustry 4.0 in Southeast Asia: Strategies and ImplicationsArndt Graf Goethe University Frankfurt
OpenIslam and Capitalism in Malaysia, Singapore, and IndonesiaViola Thimm University of Hamburg
OpenLegal pluralism and challenges for family law governanceStijn Cornelis van HuisTheresia Dyah Wirastri
OpenMaking sense of the incomprehensible: Rethinking headhunting and related forms of ritual violence in Southeast AsiaKaj Århem University of GothenburgMagnus Fiskesjö Cornell University
OpenMalaysia: Post GE14Yik Koon Teh
OpenMaterial culture, heritage and national history in Southeast AsiaElsa Clavé Harvard Asia CenterMulaika Hijjas SOAS University of London
OpenMediating and Mediatizing Political and Religious AuthoritiesMerlyna Lim Carleton UniversitySaskia Schäfer Humboldt-Universität zu Berlin
OpenMemory and Identity in Vietnamese Migrant Literature in EuropeTran Tinh Vy University of Hamburg
OpenNew focus on old archaeology: Re-assessing controversies in Southeast AsiaLia Genovese
OpenNew Intimacies in Southeast Asia: Mediating Affective Relations between People, Places and ThingsBart Barendregt Leiden UniversityMartin Slama Austrian Academy of Sciences
OpenNew persons in Southeast AsiaResto Cruz University of Manchester
OpenOffline and Online Spaces of Southeast Asian Transnational Migration: Facebook, Mall, Museum and ArtMorakot Meyer Mahidol UniversityWimonsiri Hemtanon Mahidol UniversityEmily Yuan National Taiwan Museum
OpenOn Being Radical or Moderate: The Many Ways of Interpreting Radicalism and Promoting Moderate Islam in Contemporary IndonesiaMuhammad Adlin SilaYanwar PribadiWahyuddin Halim
OpenParent education and (non-)schoolingSteven Prigent Université de BordeauxJuliette Sendra Université d’Aix-Marseille
OpenPathways to agricultural development in postcolonial Southeast AsiaSebastiaan Broere University of Amsterdam
OpenPerforming Sumatra through Cultural HeritageJan van der Putten Hamburg University
OpenPersistence and change in local knowledge in dealing with natural hazards in the PhilippinesSoledad Natalia M. Dalisay University of the Philippines, Diliman
OpenPolicing and Religion: Policing Religion in late Colonial and Postcolonial AsiaRuth StreicherMarieke Bloembergen
OpenPolitics in the Age of DuterteMark R. Thompson City University of Hong Kong
OpenPost-Malaya Imaginaries: Cold War legacy and the Reconstruction of Intellectual DiscourseNgoi Guat Peng Sultan Idris Education UniversityShow Ying Xin National Chiao Tung University
Open“Post-socialist” Arts & Crafts in Southeast Asia: Examining the practices and politics of identity and heritage-making following market reformEmily Nguyen Yale University
OpenPower Dressing: Clothing and Ornament as AmuletFlorina H. Capistrano-Baker
OpenQueer (In)Visiblity in Southeast Asia: Class, Politics, and Global Sexual HealthSylvia Tidey
OpenRecent politico-legal change for the lives of labour migrants in Southeast AsiaAntje Missbach Monash UniversityWayne Palmer Bina Nusantara University
OpenReinventing Museums in Southeast Asia from the Colonial to the National, the Regional to the GlobalPearlie Rose S. Baluyut State University of New YorkEmily W. Stokes-Rees Syracuse University
OpenReligious Minorities and Democracy in Southeast Asia: New Trajectories and New ApproachesKikue Hamayotsu Northern Illinois UniversityChiara Formichi Cornell University
OpenRethinking Southeast Asian Mega-CitiesTamaki Endo Saitama UniversitySandra Kurfürst University of Cologne
OpenReverberations of an Occupation: Indonesian wartime connections between postwar societiesWilliam Bradley Horton Akita University
OpenRevisiting decolonization processes in Southeast AsiaRui Graça Feijó University of Coimbra
OpenRevolutionising Print / Revolutionary Politics: Printed Matter and Politics in Malaysia, Indonesia and Singapore, 1850s–1970sNadirah Norruddin National Library of SingaporeNasri Shah Malay Heritage Centre
OpenSocial protection: Understanding the new politics and practices of distribution in South East AsiaJohn McCarthyGerben Nooteboom
OpenSonic Entanglements: Sound, Archive, and Acoustic Historiographies in Southeast AsiameLê yamomo University of Amsterdam
OpenSoutheast Asia and Central-Eastern Europe: Forgotten Connections, Stories and HistoriesJan Mrázek National University of SingaporeMária Strašáková Palacký University
OpenSoutheast Asian Grassroots Peacebuilding: Perspectives on Indonesia and Timor-Leste relationshipAndrey Damaledo Kyoto University
OpenSoutheast Asian hunter-gatherers: Towards the longue duréeLye Tuck-Po Universiti Sains MalaysiaBernard Sellato Institut National des Langues et Civilisations Orientales
OpenSoutheast Asia’s “creative turn”: Reconfiguring power and partnershipDeirdre McKay Keele UniversityLaurie Parsons Royal Holloway, University of London
OpenSpicy (dis)connections: Routes, Values and ImaginariesAnnuska Derks University of ZurichSarah Turner McGill University
OpenStrongmen in Southeast AsiaDaniel Bultmann Humboldt-Universität zu BerlinJohn Buchanan Yale University
OpenStudying Social Silence and Agency in Southeast Asia: Politics and Strategies of the UnspokenGrace Leksana KITLV LeidenAnnemarie Samuels Leiden University
OpenSub-national conflict, clientelism and state formationJames Scambary
OpenThe Development Challenges of Post-Socialist Southeast Asia: The Politics, Economics and GeographyAndrzej Bolesta United Nations Economic and Social Commission for Asia and the Pacific
OpenThe Evolving Indo-Pacific Construct: Responses from ASEAN and its Major StakeholdersRahul Mishra University of Malaya
OpenThe Gender of Labor in Privatizing VietnamMinh Nguyen University of BielefeldAnn Marie Leshkowich College of the Holy Cross, Massachusetts
OpenThe government intermediary: The role of middlemen and socio-cultural brokers in past and present Southeast Asia, ca. 1800–2000Bernard Keo Monash UniversityMaarten Manse Leiden University
OpenThe Islamic Archaeology of Southeast AsiaAlexander Wain International Institute of Advanced Islamic Studies, Malaysia
OpenThe Labour Movement(s) in Southeast Asia: Historical Contingencies and Contemporary ChallengesOliver Pye Bonn University
OpenThe political economy of Southeast Asian statesTerence E. Gomez University of MalayaPietro P. Masina University of Naples L’Orientale
OpenThe Politics of Engagement: Southeast Asian Diasporas in Relation to Home CountriesGrażyna Szymańska-Matusiewicz University of WarsawHelena Patzer Czech Academy of Science
OpenThe Sociality of Infrastructure-Mediated Development: Dynamics of In/Exclusion in Southeast AsiaRichard L. MacDonald Goldsmiths, University of LondonPanarai Ostapirat Thammasat University
OpenTransforming productivist economies: Inter- and transdisciplinary perspectives on organic farming in Southeast AsiaMartina Padmanabhan University of Passau
OpenTransforming urban areas in Southeast Asia: Places, practices and systems/infrastructures of provisionSigrid Wertheim-Heck Wageningen University
OpenTranslation, Globalization and Indonesian Literature: Islands of Imagination?Stephen Epstein Victoria University of Wellington
OpenTwo Wheel MobilitiesCatherine EarlRobbie Peters
OpenUnderstanding the Emergence of Political Villagers and State’s Counteraction in Northeast ThailandWataru Fujita Osaka Prefecture University
Open(Un)making Southeast Asia’s illiberal order: Anti-geopolitics and the authoritarian turnSabina Lawreniuk Royal Holloway, University of London
OpenUpland Pioneers: Future Aspirations, Moral Imaginaries and Emerging Religiosities in Southeast AsiaRosalie Stolz University of CologneOliver Tappe University of Cologne
OpenWomen, Pluralism, and Political Participation in Peacebuilding, Democratizing and Developing Burma/MyanmarSar Yar PoineChosein Yamahata Aichi Gakuin University
Open“Worlding sites”: Globalized visions and material constructions of future Southeast AsiaSilvia Vignato Università di Milano-BicoccaMonika Arnez University of Hamburg
ClosedActivists in Transition: Progressive Politics in Democratic IndonesiaMichele Ford University of Sydney
ClosedAuthoritarianism in Southeast AsiaSriprapha Petcharamesree Mahidol University
ClosedBody techniques, emergence and decline of social categoriesJean-Marc de Grave Université d’Aix-Marseille
ClosedChallenges to the Future of ASEANFernan Talamayan National Chiao Tung University
ClosedCharity and Volunteerism in Southeast AsiaKerstin Schiele University of BonnSara Ann Swenson Syracuse University
ClosedChinese Religions in South East AsiaTan Ai Boay
ClosedContinuing Negotiations of History, Identity, and Nation in Philippine Literary ProductionGlenn Diaz University of Adelaide
ClosedCultural Strategies and Political Challenges in Southeast Asian Queer and Trans CommunitiesPeter A. Jackson Australian National University
ClosedCurrent Southeast Asian Archaeological Researchers and its Relevance in the 21st CenturyKristine Kate A. Lim University of the Philippines, Diliman
ClosedEast Timorese multiple belongings: the International Relations of East Timor and the application to ASEANNuno Canas Mendes University of Lisbon
ClosedEthnic Organizations and Cooperation of Multiple Stakeholders in Strengthening Transition and Promoting Diversity in MyanmarChosein Yamahata
ClosedEveryday Justice in MyanmarHelene Kyed Danish Institute for International StudiesLue Htar Enlightened Myanmar Research Foundation
ClosedExamining “Dutertenomics” in the Philippines: Historical and Comparative PerspectivesShingo Mikamo Shinshu University
ClosedHybrid Communities in Southeast Asia: Identity Formation, Evolution, and TransformationDanny Wong Tze-Ken University of Malaya
ClosedIncorporating the foreign: The social meaning of imported goods in eastern Indonesia and Timor-LesteEmilie Wellfelt Stockholm UniversityHans Hägerdal Linnaeus University
ClosedIndonesian Maritime State: Shaping Military ProfessionalismShiskha Prabawaningtyas Paramadina Graduate School of DiplomacyAnton Aliabbas Paramadina University
ClosedInterculturalism and Southeast Asian Performing ArtsMargaret Coldiron University of EssexJennifer Goodlander Indiana University
ClosedKnowledges apart: How to converge disciplinary, epistemological and social realities?Petra Dannecker University of ViennaAlexandra Heis University of Vienna
ClosedLabour migration: Diversity and inequality, and imaginaries of the future in Southeast AsiaHenk Schulte Nordholt KITLV LeidenPrasert Rangkla Thammasat University
ClosedLiberalism, Majoritarianism, and Religious Conservativism in Contemporary IndonesiaChris ChaplinMichael BuehlerDaniel Peterson
ClosedLocating Zomias Wet and Dry: Stateless Spaces in Maritime and Mainland Southeast AsiaNoboru Ishikawa Kyoto University
ClosedMaterial manifestations of environmental changeAdalbert Gail Freie Universität Berlin
ClosedMuslim Belonging and Politics of Belonging in the PhilippinesRosa Cordillera A. Castillo Humboldt-Universität zu BerlinTirmizy Abdullah Mindanao State University
ClosedOrganization and Social Movement of Fishers in IndonesiaDepartment of Communication and Community Development Bogor Agricultural University
ClosedPlace-making in Southeast Asia: Landscapes, Territories, and CommunitiesMaitrii Aung-Thwin National University of Singapore
Closed(Re)assembling the Moments of Thai-European Encounters in HistoryKarin Zackari Lund University
ClosedRefugees in Indonesia: Comprehensive discussions on perception, reception, and coping mechanismsRealisa Masardi University of Amsterdam
ClosedRevisioning Southeast Asian International Relations: New Theories, Methodologies, and NarrativesDeepak Nair National University of Singapore
ClosedSectarian Identity Formation and Intra-Group Muslim Rivalries in Southeast AsiaAlexander R. Arifianto Nanyang Technological UniversitySaleena Saleem University of Liverpool
ClosedSickness and the City in VietnamSara Swenson Syracuse University
ClosedSocial Inequality and Sociocultures in Southeast AsiaBoike Rehbein Humboldt-Universität zu Berlin
ClosedSpirited Politics: Spirit Discourses and National Trauma in ThailandMegan Sinnott Georgia State University
ClosedThe Challenges Ahead and Future Trajectories of Indonesia’s Defence and SecurityLeonard C. Sebastian Nanyang Technological University
ClosedThe Cultural Contexts of Disease in South East Asia: Bile Duct Cancer in Northeast Thailand and Lao PDRRachel Harrison
ClosedThe liberal state and its discontents in Southeast AsiaTomas Larsson University of Cambridge
ClosedThe Mobility of InfrastructureChristina Schwenkel University of California, RiversideKirsten Endres Max-Planck-Gesellschaft
ClosedThe Philippines and its Global Entanglements: Decentering the Knowledge Production about Religion in AsiaDeirdre de la Cruz University of MichiganGiovanni Maltese University of Hamburg
ClosedThe Political Economy of Subaltern Agency and Political ChangeRebecca Meckelburg Murdoch University
ClosedThe Politics and Governance of Palm Oil Expansion in Southeast AsiaWard Berenschot KITLV Leiden
ClosedThe Politics of Human Rights and Peace Education in Southeast AsiaSriprapha Petcharamesree Mahidol University
ClosedThe Rhetoric of Gender and Sexual Codes in Contemporary IndonesiaAnggaunitakiranantika State University of MalangWida Ayu Puspitosari Brawijaya University
ClosedThe Struggle for Nationalism in Contemporary ThailandJoel Selway Brigham Young UniversityPetra Desatova University of Leeds
ClosedTraditional Art, Community and Environmental Discourse: Wayang Puppet Theatre in Global ContextsMatthew Isaac Cohen
ClosedTransnational Living, Cross-border Connections and Socially Embedded Exchanges between Thailand and EuropePaul Statham University of SussexSirijit Sunanta Mahidol University
ClosedTransregional Southeast Asian Connections: Indonesia and MalaysiaAmanda Tho Seeth Philipps-University Marburg
ClosedTwo-wheeled tensions in urban Southeast Asia: Motorbike taxis, app-based services, and the politics of mobilitySarah TurnerArve Hansen
ClosedViolence, Human Rights and Democracy in the Philippines: Historical (dis)contuinities and spatial variationsJeroen Adam Ghent University
ClosedWomen and politics in Southeast Asia: Navigating a man’s worldTheresa Devasahayam Mahidol University