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The Southeast Asia Program (SEAP) was founded in 1950 to promote the acquisition and dissemination of knowledge about countries, cultures, and languages of the region. Since 1958, the U.S. Department of Education has continuously recognized SEAP as a Title VI National Resource Center. It is one of the world’s greatest concentrations of expertise on Southeast Asia.


The 26th Cornell SEAP Graduate Student Conference.
Available now online and in print!

N. K. Jemisin to Speak on Imagining a Better Future

Tamara Loos, SEAP

Professor of Linguistics at Cornell (1988 to 1996)

Study Abroad Opportunity
Journey to Cambodia during winter session.
A minor in Asian studies is an excellent way for students in any major to supplement their main course of study.
This program is designed for students who did not major in Asian Studies as undergraduates or who want more work in language and area
Earn two semesters of language credit at SEASSI this summer!
Marcus Mietzner

Southeast Asia Program

Elizabeth F. Drexler

Southeast Asia Program

Eve Warburton

Southeast Asia Program

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