This growing collection of images featured on the site's homepage comes from the collections of students, faculty and staff at the center and represents images of thematic value to the study of Southeast Asia. For more information about these images please contact the contributor listed below with each collection.
Scenes from the Streets of Surabaya
Christopher Brown email@example.com
Chris Brown, a graduate student in sociocultural anthropology and Fulbright-Hays grant recipient, has recently returned from Surabaya, Indonesia. There, he worked to better understand the lives of a diverse group of people, primarily kids, who make a living on the city's streets. Many of these kids participated in a project to express their points of view through photographs.
Music of the Mekong
Gabe Strand firstname.lastname@example.org
From March 22-July 13, 2005, Gabriel Strand, a graduate student in ethnomusicology, will be traveling through Thailand, Laos, Cambodia, and Vietnam, following the course of the Mekong River. He is recording music he finds along the river: traditional, pop, new, old, whatever is there to discover. This trip is made possible by a generous Bonderman Fellowship that allows UW students to explore the world and their ideas about it.
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