Justice in Southeast Asia Lab

1 02 2022

The Justice in Southeast Asia Lab (JSEALab) is part of a five-year initiative on Social Justice in Southeast Asia at the University of Wisconsin-Madison housed in the Center for Southeast Asian Studies and the Human Rights Program and funded by the Henry Luce Foundation.

The Lab is a combination of intensive exchanges between faculty and graduate students and public events that aim to foster collaboration between academics and practitioners. The JSEALab reflects both the recognition that a growing number of MAs and PhDs in Southeast Asian Studies are choosing to pursue professional careers outside the university and that there is a need for academic work to be directly responsive to ongoing social justice crises in the region.

The JSEALab had a soft launch during the Fall 2021 semester with Justice in Translation, an online open-access translation series. Other activities will begin during the Spring 2022 semester, and then further additional activities will commence in the 2022-2023 academic year.

Upcoming events in Spring 2022 and links that can be followed and set to get updates on the JSEALab via [https://seasia.wisc.edu/sjsea-project/jsealab/], Twitter [https://twitter.com/jsealab], and Facebook [https://www.facebook.com/jsealab].



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