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Cornell University Southeast Asia Program
The stories in this issue serve as a tribute to SEAP’s strength and vitality over the past seventy years.

Southeast Asia Program

South Asia Program
The 2020 Bulletin features many original articles, on Buddhist nationalists in Sri Lanka, remembrances of the 2015 Nepal earthquake, migrant workers in Delhi, rhinos and tigers in Nepal, women’s nu

South Asia Program

Various
This edited volume addresses a critical aspect of development in Africa: the intersection between education and governance. Using case studies and experiences from different parts of the continent,…

Institute for African Development

By Our Faculty
Megumu Sagisawa
With this newly translated version of The Running Boy, the fiction of Megumu Sagisawa makes its long-overdue first appearance in English. Lovingly rendered with a critical introduction by the…

East Asia Program

Machiko Ishikawa
How can the "voiceless" voice be represented? This primary question underpins Ishikawa’s analysis of selected work by Buraku writer, Nakagami Kenji (1946-1992). In spite of his Buraku background,…

East Asia Program

Tinenenji Banda
Access to justice is not just a fundamental right in itself; it is also an essential prerequisite for the protection and promotion of all other civil, political, cultural, economic and social right

Institute for African Development

An-Yi Pan
Over a long career spanning four decades, Tong Yang-Tze has received critical acclaim for her large-scale, unrestrained cursive script.

East Asia Program

By Our Faculty
Saw Ralph and Naw Sheera; Stephanie Olinga-Shannon, ed; Martin Smith, intro.
Fifty Years in the Karen Revolution in Burma is about commitment to an ideal, individual survival and the universality of the human experience.

Southeast Asia Program

Tuong Vu and Sean Fear, eds.
Through the voices of senior officials, teachers, soldiers, journalists, and artists, The Republic of Vietnam, 1955–1975, presents us with an interpretation of "South Vietnam" as a passion

Southeast Asia Program

Thushara Dibley and Michele Ford, eds.
Activists in Transition examines the relationship between social movements and democratization in Indonesia.

Southeast Asia Program