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The Southeast Asia Program (SEAP) is the home for all scholars at Cornell conducting research on Southeast Asia.

Graduate Student

Degree Pursued: PhD

Anticipated Degree Year: 2028

Committee Chair/Advisor: Malte Ziewitz

Discipline: Science and Technology Studies

Graduate Student

Degree Pursued: PhD

Anticipated Degree Year: 2026

Committee chair/advisor: Chiara Formichi

Discipline: Asian Studies

Bierman Distinguished Professor of Management

Andrew Karolyi's research focuses on investment management and international financial markets.

Assistant Professor, Saint Louis University

Nori Katagiri is assistant professor of political science at Saint Louis University. He teaches and conducts research on international relations, security studies, and East Asia.

Associate Professor, SUNY-Brockport

Neal Keating is a cultural anthropologist interested in the problems of structural power in the contemporary world.

Senior Lecturer, Burmese

Yu Yu Khaing has been teaching Burmese at Cornell since 2015 and has developed a variety of teaching materials including multimedia courses. She continues to expand her offerings on the Web Audio Lab platform.

Graduate Student

Anna Koshcheeva researches visual culture of Cold War Laos. She focuses on cultural theories, visual representations of time, and temporality of Asian modernities - socialist, Buddhist, and others.

Graduate Student

Degree Pursued: Masters

Anticipated Degree Year: 2024

Discipline: Master of Industrial and Labor Relations (MILR) 

Primary Language: Indonesian, English

Andrew J. Nathanson Family Professor of Industrial Relations

Sarosh Kuruvilla is Cornell University's Andrew J. Nathanson Family Professor of Industrial Relations, Asian Studies, and Public Affairs. He is also a visiting professor at the London School of Economics.

Graduate Student

Degree Pursued: PhD

Anticipated Degree Year: 2027

Committee Chair/Advisor: N/A

Discipline: Development Studies

Primary Language: Indonesian/Malay