Faculty of the Southeast Asia Group are actively engaged in a number of large research projects. Listed below are some of these projects.

Collaborative Projects

Faculty involved: Tania Li

Institutional Linkage to support the development of Anthropology and Sociology at the University of Social Sciences and Humanities-Vietnam National University (Ho Chi Minh City)
Faculty involved: Hy Luong

Ethnicity and Democratic Governance, SSHRC Major Collaborative Research Initiative

Renegotiating Boundaries: Agency, Access, and Identity in Post-Suharto Indonesia (Theme 3: State of Authority)
Faculty involved: Rachel Silvey

Gender, Governance and Globalization (2004-2008)
An inter-university and international research group composed of Fullbright New Century Scholars focusing on the gender politics of neoliberal political and economic restructuring. Involves workshops and publications.
Faculty involved: Rachel Silvey

Transnational Feminist Praxis, collaboration with colleagues at the University of Minnesota (2006-2008)
Workshops and publications focusing on the ethics and practices of cross-border research and knowledge production. Faculty involved: Rachel Silvey

Building Urban Communities: The Politics of Civic Space in Asia
co-edited by Amrita Daniere and Mike Douglass at the University of Hawai'i
Focuses on the relationship between "civic space" (actual physical places where people can meet and talk and plan and organize), politics and urban development.
Faculty involved: Amrita Daniere