Module Information

Modules Offered in AY2017-2018

The Department reserves the right to change the modules offered and content of the modules offered.
Students are strongly advised to check for the latest timetable in July (for Semester 1) and December (for Semester 2) each year.

SEMESTER 1

Module Code Module Title Lecturer(s)
GEK1045/GEH1045 World Religions Oona Paredes
GEK1056/GEH1046 Visual Images Jan Mrazek
GEM1052/GET1016 Understanding the Changing Global Economic Landscape Teofilo Daquila
SE1101E/GEK1008/SSA1202 Southeast Asia: A Changing Region Irving Johnson
Mohamed Effendy
 
SE2210 Popular Culture in Southeast Asia Mohamed Effendy
SE2213 Politics in Southeast Asia Yoshinori Nishizaki
SE2214 Arts of Southeast Asia Muhammad Arafat
SE2217 War and Southeast Asia Douglas Kammen
SE2224 Unmasked! An Introduction to Traditional Dance in SEA Irving Johnson
SE2660* Independent Study All Staff
SE2880

Topics in Southeast Asian Studies: A History of Early Modern Southeast Asia

Leonard Andaya
 
SE3214 Heritage and Heritagescapes in Southeast Asia Hamzah Muzaini
SE3226 Hard at Work: The Changing Face of Labour in SEA Gerard Sasges
SE3227 Maritime History and Culture of Southeast Asia John Miksic
SE3232 Death and Dying in Southeast Asia Mohamed Effendy
SE3550 Southeast Asian Studies Internship All Staff
SE3660* Independent Study All Staff
 
SE4101 Southeast Asia Studies: Theory & Practice Goh Beng Lan
SE4217 Southeast Asia in the Global Economy Teofilo Daquila
SE4218 Majorities and Minorities in Southeast Asia Vatthana Pholsena
SE4226 Doing Ethnography in Southeast Asia Muhammad Arafat
SE4401 Honours Thesis All Staff

*Strictly for students on Semester-in-SEA Exchange Programme only.

SEMESTER 2

Module Code Module Title Lecturer(s)
GEK1045/GEH1045 World Religions Oona Paredes
GEH1068 The Life Aquatic: Machines and the Making of the Ocean Gerard Sasges
GES1030 Singapore and the Sea John Miksic
SE1101E/GEK1008/SSA1202 Southeast Asia: A Changing Region Muhammad Arafat
SSA1203/GES1018 Singapore, Asia and American Power Itty Abraham
 
SE2212 Cities and Urban Life in Southeast Asia Goh Beng Lan
SE2218 Changing Economic Landscape of Southeast Asia Teofilo Daquila
SE2221 Old and New Music in Southeast Asia Jan Mrazek
SE2223 Doing Research in Southeast Asia Muhammad Arafat
SE2225 Forbidden Pleasures: Vice in Southeast Asia Hamzah Muzaini
SE2229 Southeast Asia as a Field of Study Vatthana Pholsena
 
SE3218 Industrialising Singapore and Southeast Asia Teofilo Daquila
SE3224 Thai Drawing and Painting Irving Johnson
SE3228 The Universe Unraveling: Narratives of War in Indochina Gerard Sasges
SE3231 Colonial Southeast Asia through European Literature Jan Mrazek
SE3233 Martial Arts in Southeast Asia Mohamed Effendy
 
SE4210 Ancient Kingdoms in Southeast Asia Mohamed Effendy
SE4401 Honours Thesis All Staff
SE4660 Independent Study All Staff

*Strictly for students on Semester-in-SEA Exchange Programme only.

 

Important Notes:

  1. Class timetable is available on CORS website to NUS students only.

  2. GEK/GEM/SS modules are offered to students from Cohort 2014 and before.

  3. GEH/GEQ/GER/GES/GET modules are offered to students from Cohort 2015 onwards only.

  4. All language modules are offered by the Centre for Language Studies (CLS). Southeast Asian Studies major students who wish to plan for the modules may view the language modules offered from CLS website.

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