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A crowd sourcing request for information on a Balinese eave hanging (ider-ider) depicting Mahabharata scenes from 102 West Avenue.

Tamara Loos, SEAP

Tamara Loos, chair and professor in the Department of History, discusses why the current protests in Thailand are different from any the country has...

Mary Kate Long, SEAP

Mary Kate Long, a doctoral candidate in Asian studies, explains Sri Lanka’s decision to be the first and only Theravada Buddhist country allowing for...
Book Launch Webinar: The Philippines, the United States and the World
Cornell University Library and the John M. Echols Collection on Southeast Asia are happy to announce the hire of Emily Zinger to fill the position of...
We are pleased to announce the 23rd Cornell SEAP Graduate Student Conference, entitled "Links and Fractures." The conference will be held virtually...
Juno Parreñas is an ethnographer working at the intersections of human-animal relations, decolonization, and environmental justice.

Thomas Pepinsky, SEAP/SAP

"We’re not yet at the stage where we can diagnose exactly what went wrong with the polls in this cycle,” says professor of government Thomas Pepinsky....
SEAP continues to celebrate its 70th anniversary.
The Center for Khmer Studies recently featured this story from our winter session course in Cambodia. Stay tuned for future winter session trips to...