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The University of Malaya Asia-Europe Institute, the University of the Philippines Center for International Studies, and the Southeast Asian Studies Regional Exchange Program (Manila Secretariat) organized the workshop on 1-2 February 2002 at the University of the Philippines. Participated in by 15 scholars from Indonesia, Thailand, Brunei, Vietnam, Malaysia, and the Philippines, the workshop aimed:

  1. To produce an annotated bibliography of major works written by Southeast Asian scholars in various languages and used to teach "own country" studies;
  2. To organize the bibliographies by theme or discipline and country and identify gaps where they might exist;
  3. Using the organized bibliographies, to draw up a reading list for undergraduate and graduate courses on Southeast Asian studies based on an assessment of the level of difficulty of the content of the suggested works; and
  4. To explore other uses of the annotated bibliographies, for example:

    • For teaching (e.g. development of instructional materials considering factors such as the intended audience, language to be used, whether for introductory or major course on Southeast Asia);
    • For publication (e.g. Southeast Asian reader, anthology of works on particular themes, annotated bibliographies themselves); and/or
    • Translation projects (for teaching and/or publication)

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