The Southeast Asia Program (SEAP) is the home for all scholars at Cornell conducting research on Southeast Asia.
Associate Professor, Colorado State University
Ryadi Adityavarman is an associate professor in the Interior Architecture program at Colorado State University. He has a multidisciplinary background in architecture, interior design, and historic preservation with a particular focus in Indonesian architectural traditions.
Associate Professor, Natural Resources
Shorna Allred's research blends human factors and natural sciences to improve resource management and conservation.
Assistant Professor, Gettysburg College
Matthew Amster is a cultural anthropologist and filmmaker with extensive experience working in Borneo and, more recently, has started a new project in Denmark.
Adjunct Professor, Applied Economics and Management
Iwan Jaya Azis is an adjunct professor of applied economics and policy in the Charles H. Dyson School of Applied Economics and Management.
Sandra Babcock specializes in international human rights litigation, access to justice, death penalty defense, international gender rights, and the application of international law in U.S. courts. She is the faculty director of the Cornell Center on the Death Penalty Worldwide.
Degree Pursued: PhD
Anticipated Degree Year: 2024-25
Committee Chair/Advisor: N/A
Discipline: Performing and Media Arts
Primary Language: Tagalog, Japanese
Warren Bailey's research interests include international finance, international securities markets, investments, and emerging capital markets, particularly in Asia. He teaches in the Samuel Curtis Johnson Graduate School of Management.
Associate Professor, Performing and Media Arts and Asian American Studies
Christine Bacareza Balance's writings on former Philippine First Lady Imelda Marcos, Asian American YouTube artists, Bruno Mars, Glee’s karaoke aesthetics, and spree killer Andrew Cunanan have been published in Women and Performance, Journal of Asian American Studies (JAAS)
Professor Emeritus, Agricultural Economics and Asian Studies
Randy Barker is professor emeritus in the Department of Applied Economics and Management. He spent half of his career conducting research and teaching in Asia.
Professor, Applied Economics and Management
Christopher Barrett is Stephen B. and Janice G. Ashley Professor of Applied Economics and Management. He is an international professor of agriculture at the Charles H. Dyson School of Applied Economics and Management and a professor in the Department of Economics.