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Special Events 

May 4, 2016.
Seethong Yang, (Master’s Candidate, UW-Madison)
Hmong Veterans of the Secret War

April 26, 2016.
Cedric Lee, (Guest from Michigan)
Film Showing: Hmong Memory at the Crossroads

April 6, 2016.
David Chambers (PhD Candidate, Department of Geography, UW-Madison)
Hmong 'Good' Space: Territorialities and Networks

March 16, 2016.
Pao Vue (PhD Candidate, Department of Geography, UW-Madison)
In Search of Forest Spirits in Laos

March 2, 2016.
Yutthapong Suebsakwong (Zeb Yaj), PhD Candidate, Chiang Mai University (visiting scholar at UW-Madison)
The Hmong political history in Thailand and the spatial practice of its form

February 17, 2016.
Moua Lee, St. Paul, MN
This talk is about the history of Hmong American movie making, followed by a
showing of his film, “Hidden Wrath” (in Thai language with English sub-titles)
and then questions and answers.

February 3, 2016.
Yan Gao, Beijie College, Guizhou Province, China (visiting scholar at UW-Madison)
     part 2, first half presented in Fall 2015.
Colorful: Hmong Dress in Northwest Guizhou, China

Octoberber 23, 2015.
Mai Na Lee (Associate Professor of History and Asian Studies, University of Minnesota)
Back to Zomia: Hmong-French Relations During the Colonial Era

Octoberber 10, 2015.
Film Showing followed by Q&A with Director David Grabias
Operation P.O.P.C.O.R.N.

September 29, 2015.
Yan Gao, Art Department, Bijie College, Bijie City, Guizhou Ptovince, China
Changes in Hmong Dress in Northwestern Guizhou Province, China

April 25, 2015.
Kao Kalia Yang, nationally-acclaimed and award-winning author of The Late Homecomer: A Hmong Family Memoir
Creative Non-Fiction Writing Workshop

April 24, 2015.
Kao Kalia Yang, nationally-acclaimed and award-winning author of The Late Homecomer: A Hmong Family Memoir
The Evolution of the Hmong Story 40 Years After Our Coming

March 2, 2015.
A Roundtable Discussion on Hunting in Wisconsin: Hmong and non-Hmong Perspectives
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Videos

September 19, 2014.
Gymbay Moua and Anthony Lee
The Hmong State

May 1, 2014.
Finding The Middle Way: A Hmong Documentary

April 10 - 13, 2014.
HASA 2014 @Spring Conference: Breaking The Norm

March 6, 2014.
Mitch Ogden, Assistant Professor, UW-Stout
Bits and Bytes: Tracing Hmong Diasporic Culture and History through the Digital Humanities

February 27, 2014.
Anthony Lee and Gymbay Moua, Congress of World Hmong People
Pahawh/Pahauh Hmong: Hmong Language and its Writing System

November 12, 2013.
Yer Yang, Yer Vang and Anne Vang-Lo
The Changing Roles of Hmong Women in Wisconsin

October 17, 2013.
Jason Yu-Xiao Long, Guizhou Institute for Advanced Study in Anthropology and Ethnology
Hmong Studies in China

October 5&6, 2013.
Hmong Consortium Conference

October 3, 2013.
Gayle Morrison
Oral History: Opening the Kitchen Door

April 12, 2013.
Ian Baird
Presenting a Sensitive History: Different Representations of Hmong Involvement in the Communist Party of Thailand

November 15, 2012.
Nou Lorbliayao
Conversatiom with Nou Lorbliayao: Hmong Women and Girls in Laos

October 4, 2012.
Robert Anderson (Co-founder of Hmong American Partnership)
"Reflections on 25 years of working with Hmong in the U.S. and Laos"

May 4, 2012.
Dr. Yang Dao (Retired, University of Minnesota)
"Dr. Yang Dao's political contribution to Laos and Hmong Resettlement in Foreign Countries, 1972-1976."

May 4, 2012.
Dr. Yang Dao (Retired, University of Minnesota)
"How did the Hmong people get involved in the Secret War of Laos (1961-1975)?"

March 28, 2012.
Chanxhxaylue Payeejualuemoua (Juu)
(Master of Arts Program in Ethnicity and Development Faculty of Social Sciences, Chiang Mai University, Thailand)
"Transnational Marriage between Hmong-Americans and Hmong-Lao"

December 2, 2011.
Ian G. Baird (Assistant Professor, Department of Geography, University of Wisconsin-Madison)
"The Monks and the Hmong: The Special Relationship between the Chao Fa
and the Tham Krabok Buddhist Temple in Saraburi Province, Thailand."

 

 

Contact Us
Center for Southeast Asian Studies
University of Wisconsin-Madison
Room 207 Ingraham Hall, 1155 Observatory Dr.
Madison, WI 53706
phone: 608-263-1755
fax: 608-263-3735
email: seasia@intl-institute.wisc.edu