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New Faculty Opportunity Promotes Public Engagement

Faculty: Apply by September 25. This year's theme: global racial justice.
“The King’s treatment of Sineenat as a possession, put away and taken out at his will, is one of many reasons why protesters in Thailand have broached...
The Fall 2020 Gatty Lecture Series We are happy to announce the Fall 2020 Gatty Lecture Series! All lectures will be held virtually on Zoom, and...
“What makes these protests groundbreaking is the public articulation of the ways in which the king is unaccountable,” says SEAP faculty Tamara Loos.
Jenny Goldstein, SEAP faculty, says that political elites “have been chasing this ideal of food self-sufficiency” for decades.
SEAP grad student Emily Donald describes how she is moving forward with her doctoral work this summer after COVID-19 disrupted her archival research...

New Resources, Opportunities for Grad Students

Einaudi’s Southeast Asia Program is taking the lead on a collaboration to strengthen graduate education in Southeast Asian studies.
The complex relationships and dynamics of influence in the development of global Islam and Asian history over 13 centuries are revealed in Islam and...
Experts on Africa, Europe, Southeast Asia, and Latin America discuss government responses to the pandemic and their implications for democratic...
Thomas Pepinsky, director of the Southeast Asia Program and professor of government, has received Cornell’s highest honors for faculty members.