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Session 1

REC A1.02Climate-induced conflicts and vulnerabilities in Southeast Asia: Community-based adaptation, imagination, and interventions in space, to address socio-environmental challenges ❶Anubhav GoyalSayamol Chaorenratana
REC A1.03Aspirations to migrate to the EU: A comparative perspective from Southeast and East Asian countries ❶Asuncion Fresnoza-FlotSofia Gaspar
REC A1.04Protocols versus realities: the dynamics of biomedical ethics in early twentieth century Southeast AsiaCaroline Schep
REC A2.05The Future of AI Regulation in Southeast AsiaChen Meng Lam
REC A2.06Sport, politics and identity in twentieth-century Southeast Asia ❶Friederike TrotierSimon Creak
REC A2.07The Politics of Public Goods Provision in Urban Southeast Asia: Evolving Patterns in Malaysia and Indonesia ❶Edward Aspinall
REC A2.09Relocating the Indonesian Capital: Diverse Discourses, Contradictory Expectations and Tangible Implications ❶Michaela HaugVandy Yoga Swara
REC A2.10Southeast Asia’s Contemporary Relations with Europe: Politics, Security, Economics, and Civil Society ❶Alfred Gerstl
REC A2.11Southeast Asian Heritage in a global context ❶Marina Kaneti
REC A2.12Thai History of IdeasPloyjai PintobtangWorathipa Satayanusakkul
REC A2.13Laboratory
Corporate perpetrators, ‘victimless’ crimes, and citizen resistance in Southeast Asia: exploring interlinked forms of violence and local responses to social and environmental destruction ❶
Dat NguyenKimberley WeirStephanie Benzaquen-Gautier
REC A2.14Religious Intellectuals in Southeast Asia: Post-coloniality, Faith, and StateAriff Hafizi Bin Mohd RadziEsra Tiryaki
REC A2.15Oral and Local Traditions in Eastern IndonesiaHans Hägerdal

Session 2

REC A1.02Climate-induced conflicts and vulnerabilities in Southeast Asia: Community-based adaptation, imagination, and interventions in space, to address socio-environmental challenges ❷Anubhav GoyalSayamol Chaorenratana
REC A1.03Aspirations to migrate to the EU: A comparative perspective from Southeast and East Asian countries ❷Asuncion Fresnoza-FlotSofia Gaspar
REC A1.04Beyond Narratives and Self-representations: Knowledge Production of Refugee Youths Making Art and Literature in Southeast AsiaAkino TahirRealisa Darathea Masardi
REC A2.05Central European Tropics: Physicians, Naturalists, and Diplomats in Search of Southeast AsiaTomáš Petrů
REC A2.06Sport, politics and identity in twentieth-century Southeast Asia ❷Friederike TrotierSimon Creak
REC A2.07The Politics of Public Goods Provision in Urban Southeast Asia: Evolving Patterns in Malaysia and Indonesia ❷Edward Aspinall
REC A2.09Relocating the Indonesian Capital: Diverse Discourses, Contradictory Expectations and Tangible Implications ❷Michaela HaugVandy Yoga Swara
REC A2.10Southeast Asia’s Contemporary Relations with Europe: Politics, Security, Economics, and Civil Society ❷Alfred Gerstl
REC A2.11Southeast Asian Heritage in a global context ❷Marina Kaneti
REC A2.13Laboratory
Corporate perpetrators, ‘victimless’ crimes, and citizen resistance in Southeast Asia: exploring interlinked forms of violence and local responses to social and environmental destruction ❷
Dat NguyenKimberley WeirStephanie Benzaquen-Gautier
REC A2.14Disinformation Dynamics in Southeast Asia: Unravelling Ripple Effects, Fragmentation Challenges, and Safeguarding Vulnerable CommunitiesVidhyandika D PerkasaWida Ayu Puspitosari
REC A2.15On the Edge of Modern Eastern Indonesia: Exchange, mobility and competition along Banda ZoneIlham

Session 3

REC A1.02Rethinking Environmental Governance in Southeast Asia ❶Diana SuhardimanJonathan RiggWidya Tuslian
REC A1.03Accepting inequality in precarious Southeast Asia ❶Do Ta KhanhPietro MasinaSilvia Vignato
REC A1.04Diverse Localised Religious Practices and Beliefs of Chinese Communities in Southeast AsiaAi Boay Tan
REC A2.05Performing Paradises: Rethinking Bali Studies in an Entangled WorldIrving Chan Johnson
REC A2.06Political influence operations through social media in SEA ❶Kris Ruijgrok
REC A2.07SEA languages as diaspora languages in Europe ❶Antonia SorienteFrancesca Romana Moro
REC A2.08Ritual Exchange in Timor-Leste: Regulation, Resistance, and Social Inequality in the Post-Independence Era ❶Alberto Fidalgo-CastroSusanna Barnes
REC A2.09Creativity and Innovation in Vietnam ❶Annuska DerksEsther Horat
REC A2.10Laboratory
Myanmar’s Post-Coup Borderlands ❶
Shona LoongTerese Gagnon
REC A2.11In and Out of Place: Mapping People, Objects, and Spaces in Southeast Asia ❶Mulaika Hijjas
REC A2.12From Jakarta to “Nusantara” in 2024: A move towards Climate Justice in Indonesian Urban Transformation?Mark Philip Stadler
REC A2.13Interpreting Political Architecture: Government Buildings in Southeast Asia (and beyond)Ian R Lewis
REC A2.14Avant-garde archival applications and analysis: Approaching the Vietnamese archives.Patrick Slack
REC A2.15Towards a global microhistory of the Sulu Archipelago, c. 1400–1945 ❶Birgit Tremml-WernerStefan Amirell

Session 4

REC A0.01Film Screening
Digitizing Asia’s Heritage
Dewi KumoratihMarina Kaneti
REC A1.02Rethinking Environmental Governance in Southeast Asia ❷Diana SuhardimanJonathan RiggWidya Tuslian
REC A1.03Accepting inequality in precarious Southeast Asia ❷Do Ta KhanhPietro MasinaSilvia Vignato
REC A1.04Localizing strangers: Arab Identity in contemporary Southeast AsiaGeradi Yudhistira
REC A2.05Round Table
Blumentritt Beyond Rizal: Revisiting the Scholarship and Politics of a European Filipinist
Jan MrázekJonathan Victor BaldozaPreciosa de Joya
REC A2.06Political influence operations through social media in SEA ❷Kris Ruijgrok
REC A2.07SEA languages as diaspora languages in Europe ❷Antonia SorienteFrancesca Romana Moro
REC A2.08Ritual Exchange in Timor-Leste: Regulation, Resistance, and Social Inequality in the Post-Independence Era ❷Alberto Fidalgo-CastroSusanna Barnes
REC A2.09Creativity and Innovation in Vietnam ❷Annuska DerksEsther Horat
REC A2.10Laboratory
Myanmar’s Post-Coup Borderlands ❷
Shona LoongTerese Gagnon
REC A2.11In and Out of Place: Mapping People, Objects, and Spaces in Southeast Asia ❷Mulaika Hijjas
REC A2.12Round Table
New Area Studies within New Global Polarisations?
Claudia DerichsWolfram Schaffar
REC A2.13Measuring Societal Progress through Social Justice and Sustainability Lens: Southeast Asia and European Experiences and Collective ChallengesCholnapa Anukul
REC A2.14Minority Citizenship: Mobility, Religion, Gender and the State in Asian ContextChontida Auilool
REC A2.15Towards a global microhistory of the Sulu Archipelago, c. 1400–1945 ❷Birgit Tremml-WernerStefan Amirell

Session 5

REC A0.01Working, worshipping, studying, and escaping: Mixed migration and mobilities to, within and from Southeast Asia ❶Antje MissbachMirjam Lücking
REC A1.02Climate Change Politics in Southeast Asia ❶Dirk TomsaSebastian Dettman
REC A1.03The Heart of Borneo: Present and Future, Challenges and Prospects ❶Merry K. Sipahutar
REC A2.04Postwar Violence, Cultural Diplomacy and Decolonization in Regional Southeast Asia: A RevisitAgus SuwignyoSimone Gigliotti
REC A2.05Contemporary Urban Muslim Expressions in Southeast Asia: Identity, Discourse, and Socio-Religious StrugglesFatimah HuseinYanwar Pribadi
REC A2.06Ethics, Affect and Moral Judgement amidst Momentous Change in Laos ❶Paul-David LutzRosalie Stolz
REC A2.07Laboratory
Digital technology and gender dynamics in the workplace in Southeast Asia ❶
Monika Arnez
REC A2.08Mangkunegaran and Sustainable Social Transformation ❶Arndt GrafTatas Brotosudarmo
REC A2.09Democratization of Communication and Communication for Democratization: Breakthroughs and Challenges in Thailand and Myanmar ❶Chosein YamahataTerapatt Vannaruemol
REC A2.10“Lost and Hidden Manuscripts”: A Reassessment of Condemned Islamic Texts in the Early Modern Malay World ❶Zacky Umam
REC A2.11The heritage and development nexus in Southeast Asia: convergences, tensions and openings ❶Câm HoangPeter Larsen
REC A2.12The Indonesian Digital Landscape Related to Crimes and Digital Transgressions
REC A2.13Indonesian Migrants & Migration in Indonesia ❶Alexander LochRetno Widyastuti
REC A2.15Political Change and Institutional Resilience? Lessons from Southeast AsiaAbdillah Noh

Session 6

REC A0.01Working, worshipping, studying, and escaping: Mixed migration and mobilities to, within and from Southeast Asia ❷Antje MissbachMirjam Lücking
REC A1.02Climate Change Politics in Southeast Asia ❷Dirk TomsaSebastian Dettman
REC A1.03The Heart of Borneo: Present and Future, Challenges and Prospects ❷Merry K. Sipahutar
REC A2.04The Violent State: Trajectories of Civilian Repression in Southeast AsiaJessica SoedirgoMegan RyanRachel Jacobs
REC A2.05Religious events in Southeast AsiaDaniele CioccaRoberto Rizzo
REC A2.06Ethics, Affect and Moral Judgement amidst Momentous Change in Laos ❷Paul-David LutzRosalie Stolz
REC A2.07Laboratory
Digital technology and gender dynamics in the workplace in Southeast Asia ❷
Monika Arnez
REC A2.08Mangkunegaran and Sustainable Social Transformation ❷Arndt GrafTatas Brotosudarmo
REC A2.09Democratization of Communication and Communication for Democratization: Breakthroughs and Challenges in Thailand and Myanmar ❷Chosein YamahataTerapatt Vannaruemol
REC A2.10“Lost and Hidden Manuscripts”: A Reassessment of Condemned Islamic Texts in the Early Modern Malay World ❷Zacky Umam
REC A2.11The heritage and development nexus in Southeast Asia: convergences, tensions and openings ❷Câm HoangPeter Larsen
REC A2.13Indonesian Migrants & Migration in Indonesia ❷Alexander LochRetno Widyastuti
REC A2.14Southeast Asian Diasporas and Heritage: Crafting the Past in the Transnational Future of DiasporasTom Hoogervorst

Session 7

REC A1.02Film Screening
Kajang: Otto Siddharta and the Art of Listening
Jean-David Caillouët
REC A1.03Film Screening
Documenting Duterte’s Drug War ❶
Eloisa May P Hernandez
REC A2.04Round Table
Malaysia’s Tumultuous Political Development Since 2018 and Its Future Trajectory
Elvin OngKikue Hamayotsu
REC A2.05Eclectic Leftism in Southeast AsiaIqra AnugrahWindu Jusuf
REC A2.06Youth and the Performing Arts in Southeast Asia: Negotiating place, belonging, and society ❶Roy HuijsmansSandra Kurfürst
REC A2.07Configurations, power dynamics, and prospects in Myanmar since the 2021 military coup with a focus on the constitution and democratic state-building in Myanmar ❶Marcus Brand
REC A2.08Living and dying in Vietnamese migrant communities: Identities, relationship-building and demise across Vietnamese communities in Europe and Asia ❶Julia BehrensSeb Rumsby
REC A2.09From Contested to Hybrid Space: Transnationality, Everyday Sovereignty, and Global Order ❶Shiskha PrabawaningtyasTatok Djoko Sudiarto
REC A2.10Platformisation in Southeast Asia ❶Naruemon ThabchumponWolfram Schaffar
REC A2.11Navigating SEAS of Knowledge: Interdisciplinary Approaches to Southeast Asian Studies ❶Frans WijjseenRuard Ganzevoort
REC A2.12Land, Politics, and Development in Contemporary IndonesiaWilliam Hurst
REC A2.13Beyond the surface: Tracing infrastructural transformations and violence in northern Vietnam’s uplandsSarah Turner
REC A2.14Sounding Power and Dissent in Southeast Asia ❶Christina SchwenkelSophea Seng
REC A2.15Movements at the Liminals: Reconsidering European Colonialism in Southeast AsiaPreedee Hongsaton

Session 8

REC A1.02Film Screening
Indigeneity and Ghosts in Indonesia’s New Capital
Laurens Bakker
REC A1.03Film Screening
Documenting Duterte’s Drug War ❷
Eloisa May P Hernandez
REC A1.04Reading the S-21 traces: towards new archival assemblages of Khmer Rouge crimesAnne-Laure PoréeStephanie Benzaquen-Gautier
REC A2.04Politics on the Page: Southeast Asian Representation(s) in Nineteenth- and Twentieth-Century Print MediaSusie Protschky
REC A2.05Exploring Nonreligiosity, Atheism, and Secularism in Southeast AsiaPrince Kennex AldamaTimo Duile
REC A2.06Youth and the Performing Arts in Southeast Asia: Negotiating place, belonging, and society ❷Roy HuijsmansSandra Kurfürst
REC A2.07Configurations, power dynamics, and prospects in Myanmar since the 2021 military coup with a focus on the constitution and democratic state-building in Myanmar ❷Marcus Brand
REC A2.08Living and dying in Vietnamese migrant communities: Identities, relationship-building and demise across Vietnamese communities in Europe and Asia ❷Julia BehrensSeb Rumsby
REC A2.09From Contested to Hybrid Space: Transnationality, Everyday Sovereignty, and Global Order ❷Shiskha PrabawaningtyasTatok Djoko Sudiarto
REC A2.10Platformisation in Southeast Asia ❷Naruemon ThabchumponWolfram Schaffar
REC A2.11Navigating SEAS of Knowledge: Interdisciplinary Approaches to Southeast Asian Studies ❷Frans WijjseenRuard Ganzevoort
REC A2.12Historicizing Chinese Labour in Southeast Asian Mining: mobilities, networks and practicesHui Yun CherOliver Tappe
REC A2.13Policy in Action: Intention, implementation, and consequences of government decision-making in IndonesiaElisabeth KramerWayne Palmer
REC A2.14Sounding Power and Dissent in Southeast Asia ❷Christina SchwenkelSophea Seng
REC A2.15Engaging in Existential Mobility in “Zomia”Wen-Chin Chang

Session 9

REC A1.02New Dynamics of Transnational Activism in Southeast Asia ❶Eva HanssonMarco BünteMeredith L. Weiss
REC A1.03SE Asia Museums: Exploring Stories ❶Monica Janowski
REC A1.04Higher education for the revolution: Education as a space for resistance in post-coup MyanmarMarie Lall
REC A2.04Revisiting Southeast Asian Women’s Views and Representations: A Critical Look at Historical and Literary Media and WritingsMa Rita Lourdes Alfaro
REC A2.05The weight of the past? Corruption through the histories of plantation and election in (post)colonial IndonesiaSusan LegêneUji Nugroho Winardi
REC A2.06Islamic Reform, Salafism, and the Salafization of state and society in Southeast Asia ❶Zoltan Pall
REC A2.07Laboratory
Are there ‘Witches’ in Southeast Asia? ❶
Benjamin BaumannErick White
REC A2.08Laboratory
Critical Perspectives on Movement, Migration, and Mobilities in Southeast Asian Literatures ❶
Angelia Poon
REC A2.09Understanding Pathways to Agroecological Change in Southeast Asia: Exploring Adaptive Spaces ❶Gerben NooteboomJean-Christophe CastellaJohn F McCarthy
REC A2.10Round Table
The Good Life in Late Socialist Asia: Aspirations, Politics, and Possibilities
Minh NguyenPhill Wilcox
REC A2.11Fabrics of an Archipelago: Stories, Creation, and History ❶Mary-Louise Totton
REC A2.12Globalization & Knowledge Economy: Assessing Issues on Learning & Education in Post-Pandemic South(East) AsiaAdiasri Putri Purbantina
REC A2.13Southeast Asia’s Contentious ElectionsPetra Alderman
REC A2.14Internationalist Southeast Asias: Coordinating Cross-Border Struggles amid Inter-Imperial Antagonisms ❶Geoffrey Rathgeb AungThiti Jamkajornkeiat
REC A2.15Politics-Business Collusion in Indonesia and beyond ❶Ward BerenschotYogi Setya Permana

Session 10

REC A1.02New Dynamics of Transnational Activism in Southeast Asia ❷Eva HanssonMarco BünteMeredith L. Weiss
REC A1.03SE Asia Museums: Exploring Stories ❷Monica Janowski
REC A2.04Guided by objects: from the museum to Southeast Asia (and back)Klaas Stutje
REC A2.06Islamic Reform, Salafism, and the Salafization of state and society in Southeast Asia ❷Zoltan Pall
REC A2.07Laboratory
Are there ‘Witches’ in Southeast Asia? ❷
Benjamin BaumannErick White
REC A2.08Laboratory
Critical Perspectives on Movement, Migration, and Mobilities in Southeast Asian Literatures ❷
Angelia Poon
REC A2.09Understanding Pathways to Agroecological Change in Southeast Asia: Exploring Adaptive Spaces ❷Gerben NooteboomJean-Christophe CastellaJohn F McCarthy
REC A2.11Fabrics of an Archipelago: Stories, Creation, and History ❷Mary-Louise Totton
REC A2.12Book Forum
Education and Power in Contemporary Southeast Asia
Azmil Tayeb
REC A2.13Politics of Memories: Memoryscapes of Resistances in Thailand and IndonesiaMalinee KhumsupaTanet Charoenmuang
REC A2.14Internationalist Southeast Asias: Coordinating Cross-Border Struggles amid Inter-Imperial Antagonisms ❷Geoffrey Rathgeb AungThiti Jamkajornkeiat
REC A2.15Politics-Business Collusion in Indonesia and beyond ❷Ward BerenschotYogi Setya Permana

Session 11

REC A1.02Film Screening
Ngeling-eling Peniwen
Grace Leksana
REC A2.04Aesthetics of ResistancePasakorn Intoo-Marn
REC A2.06Ghosts and Hauntings in Southeast Asia ❶Laurens BakkerMartin Slama
REC A2.07Contested Belonging: Solidarity and Survival amongst Southeast Asian Migrant Communities ❶Chris Chaplin
REC A2.08Multicultural Societies and Civic Vision to Bridge Divisions in Myanmar, Thailand, and India ❶Makiko TakedaPimonpan Chainan
REC A2.09Political Representation in Indonesia ❶Eve Warburton
REC A2.11Memories, objects, art: disrupting colonial narratives on Borneo’s cultural heritage ❶Jennifer MorrisValerie Mashman
REC A2.13Laboratory
Lampah - Tracing embodied archives ❶
Bianca Mayasari Figl, MA
REC A2.14Radical and Militant Islam in IndonesiaKirsten E Schulze
REC A2.15Book Forum
Contentious state-society relations in Myanmar
Gerard McCarthyMaaike Matelski

Session 12

REC A1.02Film Screening
Indonesian 1965 Crimes Against Humanity: Towards Recognition of Genocide Status?
Gloria Truly Estrelita
REC A2.06Ghosts and Hauntings in Southeast Asia ❷Laurens BakkerMartin Slama
REC A2.07Contested Belonging: Solidarity and Survival amongst Southeast Asian Migrant Communities ❷Chris Chaplin
REC A2.08Multicultural Societies and Civic Vision to Bridge Divisions in Myanmar, Thailand, and India ❷Makiko TakedaPimonpan Chainan
REC A2.09Political Representation in Indonesia ❷Eve Warburton
REC A2.12Memories, objects, art: disrupting colonial narratives on Borneo’s cultural heritage ❷Jennifer MorrisValerie Mashman
REC A2.12Post-colonial in Southeast Asia: Cultural Studies to Sustainable DevelopmentAwang Azman Awang PawiNasrullah
REC A2.13Laboratory
Lampah - Tracing embodied archives ❷
Bianca Mayasari Figl, MA
REC A2.14Round Table
Emerging Trends in Southeast Asian Politics: Deeper Democratic Backsliding or Trickles of Emancipation?
Jacques BertrandSarah Shair-Rosenfield
REC A2.15Book Forum
Memories of Unbelonging: Ethnic Chinese Identity Politics in Post-Suharto Indonesia
Charlotte Setijadi