Interview and article by Grace Shan
Wondering what it’s like to study a Southeast Asian language at Cornell?
Maggie Jack, SEAP
The Tatmadaw generals’ digital strategy was a key part of their coup.
Darin Self, SEAP
Darin Self, SEAP PhD candidate in government, cowrites this opinion piece on why Myanmar’s military seized control.
The 2021 SEASSI program will be held via synchronous remote instruction in the best interest all participants, and the remote platform will be FLAS...
We are happy to announce the Spring 2021 Gatty Lecture Series!
Apply now through March 3 for a Foreign Language and Area Studies (FLAS) Fellowship! Find out how FLAS can support your studies and language...
Development Sociology and the Study of Agrarian-Environmental Change in Southeast Asia, by Hilary Faxon, Nancy Peluso, and Peter Vandergeest
GETSEA Mini Courses: Registration is now open!
The Sixth Cornell Modern Indonesia Project Conference on Languages and Linguistics Held in Indonesia
The study of Indonesia has been an integral part of the Southeast Asia Program (SEAP) since its founding in 1954. That year, the Ford Foundation...
Mary Kate Long, SEAP
Cornell Doctoral Student Mary Kate Long, SEAP student, was awarded a Fulbright-Hays Doctoral Dissertation Research Abroad (DDRA) fellowships from the...