Twenty core and eight emeritus faculty members have collective knowledge of Southeast Asia, which amounts to one of the world’s greatest concentrations of expertise on this region. Seven language lecturers teach 4 levels of study in Burmese, Indonesian, Khmer, Tagalog, Thai, and Vietnamese.
In an effort to forge collaborative relationships with Southeast Asian specialists at educational institutions throughout New York and northern Pennsylvania, SEAP invites area scholars to join our Faculty Associates in Research (FAR) Program.
SEAP is pleased to invite Southeast Asia area scholars from a wide array of disciplines to become affiliated with the Southeast Asia Program through our Visiting Fellows in Residence Program. SEAP Visiting Fellows in Residence are able to conduct research in the Echols Collection on Southeast Asia, as well as contribute to academic journals, conferences, symposia, and workshops sponsored by the program. Please contact email@example.com for more information on the Visiting Fellows in Residence Program. To learn more about becoming a SEAP visiting fellow, click here.
SEAP students minoring in Southeast Asian Studies, study across the university in 26 disciplines: Arts and Sciences College, Anthropology, Art History, Asian Literature, Religion and Culture, Asian Studies, Developmental Psychology, Ethnomusicology, History, Government, Linguistics, History of Art, Economics, Music and Romance Studies.
SEAP's staff members are organized into four operational groups (Administration, Outreach, Kahin Center and Publications) and have over 40 years of combined experience with the Program. SEAP staff are located on campus at Uris Hall as well as the Kahin Center.