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WEBDI II APRIL 8, 2017

West-East Debate in Bahasa Indonesia Part 2

Collaboration between Kedutaan Besar Republik Indonesia (KBRI, Washington, DC) and Consortium for the Teaching of Indonesian (COTI). West-East Debate in Bahasa Indonesia (WEDBI II) picks up the baton...

BJM Hindi Class

Strategies for Launching After-School Language Programs

Learning a foreign language, especially at an early age, has many benefits such as facilitating the discovery of a new culture and encouraging open-minded perspectives. The Mario Einaudi Center for...

Beat the Winter Blues with Art

Beat the Winter Blues with Art!

Warm your body and mind with art, activities, and refreshments to chase away the gray at the Herbert F. Johnson Museum of Art on Saturday, February 25, from 1-4PM. Explore the exhibitions, hands-on...

Historic Cornell trip explores new frontiers in Myanmar

Historic Cornell trip explores new frontiers in Myanmar

For the first time, 29 students in the International Agriculture in Developing Nations course had the opportunity to undertake a field study tour of Myanmar Jan. 1-16. It was the 49th class trip,...

CU in Cambodia

Cornell in Cambodia 2016

Cornell in Cambodia 2016: 'Performing Angkor: Dance, Silk and Stone.' From December 31 to January 16, ten Cornell undergraduates investigated the history and contemporary practice of performing and...

Global Cornell

Updates, Information, and Resources Regarding the Executive Order on Immigration

Many of the faculty, students, and staff at Cornell have questions about U.S.

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Heritage speakers deepen language skills through classes

The 54 ancient and modern languages offered at Cornell - including 6 Southeast Asian Languages – provide students with opportunities to stretch their skills beyond the typical European languages...

Refugee Conference

Refugee Students as Catalysts

"The conference aimed to raise awareness of refugees’ experiences and to explore ways in which this awareness can be used to internationalize community college curriculum and campus environments....

after-school language program

Volunteers for after-school language program

Do you speak a Southeast Asian or South Asian language? Do you like to have fun? Teach a language and share culture with school children in the Afterschool Language Program with support from the...

P. McElwee

Gatty Lecture Series Highlights: Pamela McElwee - "Environmental Rule in Vietnam: Governmentality, Networks, and Nature in the 20th Century"

Do you know Vietnam has a long history of conservation and Ho Chi Minh himself was a conservationist? Based on chapters from her new book “Forests are Gold: Trees, People and Environmental Rule in...

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2 SEAP Grad Students win Fulbright-Hays Fellowships

Ryan Buyco (Asian Studies), and Katie Rainwater (Development Sociology) have received Fulbright-Hays Doctoral Dissertation Research Abroad fellowships from the U.S. Department of Education to support...

Loos - book oct. 2016

Historian's new book tells story of notorious Thai prince

Adultery, government corruption, betrayal: The life of Prince Prisdang Chumsai of Siam reads like a modern soap opera. When historian/SEAP faculty, Tamara Loos, came across his confessional letters...

Chiara Formichi

Chiara Formichi explores current, historic Islam

Islam has been much in the American news lately, but Chiara Formichi says the stereotypes media reinforce do us a disservice. “It’s important that we as faculty help students to break up assumptions...

Singapore book 2016

SEAP graduate student, Jack Chia, and alumnus, Wah Guan Lim, (PhD '15) contributes to recent volume on Singapore history

The book critically reflects on Singapore’s 50 years of independence. Contributors interrogate a selected range of topics on Singapore’s history, culture and society – including the constitution,...

Danilyn Rutherford - June 2016

SEAP alum, Danilyn Rutherford, appointed as new president of Wenner-Gren Foundation

"With a commitment toward sustained leadership in defining the practice of anthropology, the Wenner-Gren Foundation for Anthropological Research has named respected anthropologist Danilyn Rutherford...

manuscripts of national library of thailand - matt reeder - june 2016

SEAP graduate student Matt Reeder's review of the manuscript collection at the National Library of Thailand

"The collections are remarkable, the atmosphere is conducive to research, and the staff is professional and efficient. It is my hope that more researchers will begin to make use of these collections...

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A. Fuhrmann book

SEAP faculty, Arnika Fuhrmann, publishes new book

Congratulations to SEAP faculty, Arnika Fuhrmann, Department of Asian Studies, on her recently published book entitled "Ghostly Desires: Queer Sexuality and Vernacular Buddhism in Contemporary Thai...

Tagliacozzo

SEAP faculty, Eric Tagliacozzo, recipient of Distinguished Teaching Award

SEAP faculty Eric Tagliacozzo, Department of History, has been selected as the recipient of the Stephen and Margery Russell Distinguished Teaching Award for 2016. This is a great honor, given by the...