Faculty Associates in Research
To forge collaborative relationships with Southeast Asian specialists at educational institutions throughout New York and northern Pennsylvania, SEAP invites area scholars to join our Faculty Associates in Research (FAR) program.
Membership in the FAR program includes the following:
- Access to the Cornell University Library, including the Echols Collection on Southeast Asia located in Kroch Library. The Echols Collection is widely regarded as the foremost collection of materials on Southeast Asia in the United States
- Notification of SEAP's upcoming lectures, conferences, symposia, and artistic exhibitions
- Inclusion in the SEAP program directory and website
- A complimentary copy of the SEAP bulletin
If you are interested in joining the Southeast Asia FAR program at Cornell, please email us to express your interest, attaching your CV.
Please note that this is a regional network, and membership is extended to those currently residing in the northeastern United States. If you are outside of the region, please visit our outreach page to find out how you can engage with SEAP.
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.
Thomas Gibson’s first field research project concerned the relationship between the egalitarian and pacifist values of the Buid, an indigenous people inhabiting the highlands of Mindoro, Philippines, and the hierarchical and aggressive values of the Christian and Muslim societies found in the low