Justice in Southeast Asia Lab (JSEALab)

The Justice in Southeast Asia Lab (JSEALab) is a combination of intensive exchange between faculty and graduate students and public-facing events to amplify the impact of the Henry Luce Foundation-funded five-year initiative on Social Justice in Southeast Asia at the University of Wisconsin. The JSEALab includes a web translation series; an online reading group; an online lecture series; and many other activities. Follow the JSEALab on Twitter and Facebook. Questions: tyrell.haberkorn@wisc.edu

Justice in Translation is a web publication series that publishes  short-to-medium length translation [up to 10,000 words] from Southeast Asian languages to English. The series includes laws, court decisions, essays, short stories, poems, protest declarations, etc. — any piece that a given translator would like to share with a broad, English-reading audience including scholars, practitioners, journalists, and others.

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Call for Submissions

The THINKING RIGHTS, WRITING JUSTICE IN SOUTHEAST ASIA online lecture series is a project of the Justice in Southeast Asia Lab (JSEALab).  Click here for details of upcoming talks in Spring 2022 and links to archived talks as available.