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USG Asia Council: Teaching Southeast Asia Workshop

On April 11th and 12th, 2014, the Asia Council of the USG hosted a workshop titled “Teaching Southeast Asia” for university and college faculty. In total, six sessions of one hour and fifteen minutes each were conducted by five presenters and covered a wide range of topics: basic history, religion, cartography, global trade networks, economics, religion, literature, and indigenous cultures. This workshop was the third in a series sponsored by the Asia Council that began in response to state ...

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The Hidden Story: A Documentary

PRODUCED AND DIRECTED BY RANJANI MAZUMDAR AND SHIKHA JHINGAN WOMEN MAKE MOVIES 462 BROADWAY, 5TH FLOOR NEW YORK, NY 10013 212-925-0606 INFO@WMM.COM 1996. VIDEOCASSETTE. 58 MINUTES The Hidden Story is a social history of peasant women whose stories have rarely been documented in traditional sources on Indian women. The video/oral histories of four women from different geographic regions of India, set in 1987, are part of the Women Make Movies series. They represent the social structure...