CORNELL UNIVERSITY: Southeast Asia Program - Visiting Scholars

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The Southeast Asia Program welcomes scholars from other institutions, especially those in this country and overseas who do not have access to special research collections, but who do have their own funding, either during the academic year or in the summer period. SEAP Visiting Fellows may use the resources of the John M. Echols Collection on Southeast Asia, and other library facilities at Cornell. They are also invited to attend any SEAP-sponsored events of interest to them. Visitors are encouraged to present informal talks at Brown Bag lectures held on Thursdays during the academic year. The George McT. Kahin Center for Advanced Research on Southeast Asia, 640 Stewart Avenue, at the edge of campus, does have office space, on a rotating basis, for a limited number of visitors. SEAP is unable to provide secretarial services, but Internet access is available.

Deadline Information: Applications are accepted throughout the year.