SEAREG was established in 2013 to establish a network of scholars in political science and allied disciplines who are working at the forefront of Southeast Asian studies. In light of this goal, in 2017, a parallel meeting is being held for the first time in Southeast Asia to broaden the organization’s geographic reach and enable scholars based in the region to become more actively involved in the network. The first SEAREG-East meeting will be from December 12-14, 2017, and is hosted by the School of Public Policy and Management at Fulbright University in Ho Chi Minh City (232 Võ Thị Sáu, Phường 7, Quận 3, Hồ Chí Minh, Vietnam). This meeting is made possible by a generous grant from the Henry R. Luce Foundation. Register here to attend SEAREG-East 2017.
SEAREG’s fifth annual meeting was held June 1 – 3, 2017 and hosted by the University of Texas at Austin. Download a copy of the schedule.
Our 2017 Young Southeast Asia Fellows presented their working papers over the course of the meeting. Reading copies are available:
- Andrea Di Miceli – Chasing the Key Player: A Network Approach to the Myanmar Civil War
- Mai Nguyen – Long-Run Impacts of State Integration Policies: Autonomy and Assimilation in the Democratic Republic of Vietnam
- Kerry Persen – The Moderates’ Dilemma: Obstacles to Mobilization Against Islamist Extremism
- Sharon Quinsaat – Linkages, Strategies, and Identities in Filipino Diaspora Mobilization
for Regime Change
- Ryan Tans – The Institutional Underpinnings of Fiscal Contracts in Indonesia: The Case of Surabaya