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New book featuring contributions from several members of the SEAP community
Performing Prowess: Essays on Localized Hindu Elements in Southeast Asian Art from Past to Present.
Cross-institutional mentoring network in Southeast Asian Studies
The GETSEA Network aims to connect faculty and graduate students across GETSEA institutions, allowing people to find other scholars with similar...
October 27-28, 2023
China/Africa relations have a long history, with modern China/Africa relations having originated during the 1955 Bandung conference where Asian and...
Alexandra Dufresne, GPV
A column in the Cortland Standard by Global Public Voices fellow Alexandra Dufresne.
Submit your class papers for an award!
We're pleased to share the attached Call for Papers for the 2023 Southeast Asia Digital Library Undergraduate Paper Award, open to students at all...
Robert Hockett, CRADLE
Robert Hockett, professor of law and finance, discusses the possibility of President Biden selling government assets to continue paying pensions and...
Part of the Scholars Under Threat Initiative
A group of Afghan scholars and students have found refuge at Cornell with support from sources including generous Cornell alumni.
From Former Migrations Scholars
A year after their graduation, some of our past undergraduate Migrations scholars share advice for the class of 2023!
Stephen Yale-Loehr, Migrations
Stephen Yale-Loehr, professor of law, says, “They were caught at the border, either at a port of entry or between a port of entry. So perhaps ‘caught...
PACS Faculty, Magnus Fiskesjö, explains how the 'suck my tongue' controversy was a globally coordinated attack by the CCP on the Dalai Lama
PACS Faculty, Magnus Fiskesjö also explains how the Western gaze often wrongly analyses Eastern texts and traditions adding sexual connotations where...