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The Spring 2015 E-Bulletin has arrived!

The spring e-bulletin from SEAP is going to dazzle you. The unfolding foment and richness of the program is captured in stories such as ProfessorArnika Furhmann’s feature on the course/study trip “Flux Navigations: Envisioning the Southeast Asian City” and in articles on Indonesian and Cambodian art by Anissa Rahadiningtyas and Pamela Corey. New partnerships with community colleges and the Center for Khmer Studies are highlighted in articles about the new winter session CU in Cambodia program.

King Mongkut's Siam

SEAP Faculty Tamara Loos recently published an article on King Mongkut's Siam in the Lincoln Center Theatre Review’s magazine. Read the article here.

Cornell is searching for a full-time Burmese lecturer

The Department of Asian Studies at Cornell University invites applications for a full-time Lecturer position in Burmese language beginning July 1, 2015. Initial one-year probationary contract with possible renewal, contingent upon teaching performance, the continued needs of the department, and availability of funding.

SEAP Funding for an Undergraduate to Attend the Southeast Asian Studies Summer Institute (SEASSI), University of Madison-Wisconsin - June 15 - August 17, 2015

The Southeast Asia Program is offering one undergraduate student a fellowship (tuition and stipend) to learn a Southeast Asian language at the beginning level, at the Southeast Asian Studies Summer Institute, University of Madison-Wisconsin, June 15 - August 7, 2015.

Eligibility
• Undergraduates at the freshman, sophomore and junior level
• Must be enrolled full-time
• Career goals combine modern foreign language training with international or area studies

How to Apply