The Council on Southeast Asia Studies presents David Biggs, Professor of History, UC Riverside; Jonathan Padwe, Associate Professor of Anthropology, University of Hawaii, Manoa; Leah Zani, anthropologist, author, and poet based in Albany, California:
“Militarized Landscapes of the Indochina Conflicts.”
Zoom session. Register here: https://yale.zoom.us/meeting/register/tJMpc-yhrTksH9T5ns_83_nLO9KAgdGToC-J
This panel will feature Leah Zani, David Biggs, and Jonathan Padwe, authors of three recently published books on the subject of militarized landscapes of the Indochina conflicts, based on research in Laos, Vietnam, and Cambodia. During the hour-long panel session, the authors will engage in an open discussion about the innovative research methods used in their work and will also focus on new approaches to writing about the legacy of war torn landscapes. The discussion will be moderated by Erik Harms, Chair of the Council on Southeast Asian Studies at Yale and will include ample time for questions and answers from the audience.