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SEAP is giving away some spare copies! EDIT: We're thrilled to see such interest in this! We're fielding a ton of inquiries, but we hope to get...

Be sure to check them out!

Over the course of the past year, members of the SEAP community have crafted two virtual exhibits exploring SEAP's history and celebrating its 70th...

Eswar Prasad, SAP

Eswar Prasad, professor of economics and trade policy, discusses the political risks involved in investing in China.

Lance Compa, LACS

A new law in Mexico is banning labor subcontracting. Lance Compa, senior lecturer at the ILR School, calls the legislation a “very significant” step....

Sidney Tarrow, Einaudi

This op-ed is written by Sidney Tarrow, professor of government and adjunct professor at the Cornell Law School. He argues many state “police...

Migrations Faculty Fellows in The Hill

Gunisha Kaur and Stephen Yale-Loehr argue that to achieve herd immunity, vaccine access should be a basic right.

Migrations Students in Medium

Hear from Einaudi's undergraduate Migrations scholars as they reflect on questions driving student research at the spring symposium.

moderated by Giulia Godinho, Architect, Urban Planner and Assistant Professor...

Summer 2021 Digital Internship Program | Roundtable Mini-Series Join us this Thursday, July 22nd at 5pm ET for a "Conversation on Tactical Urbanism...

Two free and virtual Fall 2021 courses

The consortium for Graduate Education and Training in Southeast Asian Studies (GETSEA) is offering two free and virtual mini-courses this fall, open...

Check out the great courses on offer for next semester!

From ancient history to modern film, regional politics to language studies, SEAP offers a variety of courses to suit many interests. In addition, you...