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THE ICEG 463: DRAMA  

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THE SOCIETY, POLITICS, AND ECONOMICS IN CONTEMPORARY SOUTHEAST ASIA 

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Welcome to the ICEG 463: Drama and the Contemporary Southeast Asia Flipped Learning Hub. This section brings you basic information about the English Studies Program's Comparative Literature: Drama and the Intercultural Studies and Languages Program's Society, Politics, and Economics in Contemporary Southeast Asia. 


ICEG 463 Course Objectives


Upon completion of ICEG 463 Comparative Literature: Drama, students will have an understanding of and gained valuable experience in the rigors and expectations of the interrelatedness of the creative arts and the discipline of theatrical scholarship.


*** Learning materials for ICCU 201 can be found at the bottom half of this section. 

Dramatic Monologues 

* "Rent"
* "As You Like It," Act 1, Scene 3, The Royal Shakespeare Company 
* "Romeo and Juliet," The Royal Shakespeare Company

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Major Works Discussed in Class


"Romeo & Juliet" - William Shakespeare 

"The Importance of Being Earnest" -  Oscar Wilde

"Miss Saigon" - Claude-Michel Schönberg and Alain Boublil 


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"Les Miserables" 


Internalizing a character/ Characterization

* Being in character: Lea Salonga as Eponine 

* Being in character: Lea Salonga as Fantine

* Being in character: Eponine, Marius & Cosette Trio 


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"Miss Saigon"

Interactions/ Distinction of Characters/ Actors

*  Kim and Cris Duet 


Stage Design/ Technical Elements

* Kim and Cris Duet

* Chorus 


Full-length Play: Miss Saigon- Manila

Act 1

Act 2 


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"Mamma Mia"

Part 1 

* Part 2 

* Part 3 

* Part 4 

* Part 5 

* Part 6 

* Part 7 

* Part 8 

* Part 9  

* Part 10

* Part 11


"Grease"


"Chicago"


"Hairspray"


"Hercules"


"High School Musical" 


"Aladdin"


"Tangled"


"Beauty and the Beast"

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ICCU 201 Society, Politics, and Economics in Contemporary Southeast Asia Course Objectives


Upon completion of ICCU 201 Society, Politics, and Economics in Contemporary Southeast Asia, students will have an understanding of and gained valuable experience in the rigors and expectations of academic discussions on the interrelatedness of contemporary Southeast Asia through the lens of humanities, the arts, and social sciences.

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WEEK 1

* Introduction to the course

- Course Syllabus 

- Course Outline 


Turnitin Class Enrollment Details

Turnitin official website click here

Class ID: 17098108

Enrollment key: iccu201


* Geography and Southeast Asia (SEA)

Mapping Southeast Asia (with a blank SEA map for revision purposes)  

SEA Political Map 

Locating Southeast Asia (PPP) 



SUPPLEMENTARY MATERIALS

Shadows of Empires 


* Revisiting Southeast Asia: A Brief History

Legislating Modernity Among the Marginalized 

Legislating Modernity among the Marginalized (Guide Questions only)


* Religions in SEA

Hinduism

Christianity

Islam

Taoism 

Why Study Religion

"The Story of God": A National Geographic documentary 


* Gender and Society

"Bringing Justice to Women of Burma"

"Karen Women's Voices"



WEEKS 2-3

* Culture: An Introductory Lesson

* The Human Landscape- Parts 1 & 2

Introduction to SEA

Knowing and Understanding Fundamental SEA Cultural Orientations

- Thailand 

- The Philippines 



WEEK 4

* Cultural Heritage in SEA

Introduction to Cultural Heritage



WEEK 5

* Production Work: Video Documentary



WEEKS 6

* Cultural Conflicts

Culture and Conflict: A backgrounder

Cultural Conflicts in SEA

Case Studies



WEEK 7

Arts vis-à-vis Resistance and Social Change 

Use of the Arts for Social Change 

- See also the counterculture of the 1960s

Southeast Asia in 2011: A Year of Protests

Arts vis-à-vis Resistance and Social Change: PPP 

"Rockin' the Boat: Mass Music and Mass Movements" 

- See also other world examples: 

1. Picasso's "Guernica" 

2. John Lennon and Yoko Ono's the"Bed-in Peace"

3. Bob Geldof and Midge Ure's 1985 "Live Aid" 


SUPPLEMENTARY MATERIALS

Activism and Social Movements in Southeast Asia: Supplementary Material  

Songs in the Key of Politics: Supplementary Material 

Music as a Platform for Political Communication: Supplementary Material

How Art Creates Social Change in 5 TED Talks: Supplementary Material  


Political Developments in SEA

Political Developments PPP 

Democracy Index 2015 

Governance in Southeast Asia: Issues and Options 



WEEK 8

* Popular Culture and Music in SEA

Sample Rubric/ Grading Sheet 

Pop Culture PPP

* Student Presentations 

- Indonesia: "Many Fields, Many Songs"

- The Philippines: "Pinoy, Protest, and People Power"

- Malaysia: "Pluralism and Popular Music"

- Singapore: "Pluralism and Popular Music"


WEEK 9

* Migration and Transnationalism 

Dynamics in Southeast Asian Performance 


SUPPLEMENTARY MATERIALS

Transnational Aesthetics and Balinese Music



WEEK 10

* Migration and Mobility Issues in SEA - Part 1 

Diaspora: Encyclopedia article

Migration and Other Related Concepts and Issues PPP 

Migrant Workers in Thailand- by ILO

Migrant Workers in Thailand- by Al Jazeera

SEA Migrant Workers' Situation in the Middle East: An Analysis

Indonesia: Migrant Workers, The Long Way Home 

Useful Concepts: Migration Studies



WEEK 11

* Migration and Mobility Issues in SEA - Part 2 

Diasporic Literature: "Underground in Japan" by Rey Ventura 

Supplementary Material About the Author: Rey Ventura 



WEEK 12

* Video Documentary Showing and Critique



WEEK 13

* Final Exam



RUBRIC FOR THE VIDEO ESSAY PROJECT 


SAMPLE VIDEO ESSAY SCRIPTS

Overall Link 

Sample 1

Sample 2



SAMPLE VIDEO ESSAYS

Sample 1

Sample 2

Sample 3

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