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The consortium for Graduate Education and Training in Southeast Asian Studies (GETSEA) is getting underway!

Magnus Fiskesjö, EAP, SEAP, PACS

Magnus Fiskesjö, (EAP, SEAP, PACS) associate professor in anthropology, writes this opinion piece about the seizing of Swedish citizen Gui Minhai from...

Tamara Loos, SEAP

"The regime’s declaration of a state of emergency offers a pretext for a crackdown on protests not just in Bangkok, but in cities in the north, south...
If you have any information about the brown bags from the early years and how they were organized, who spoke, or other details, we want to hear from...
Two events this week will focus on Covid-19 in Indonesia, with a third panel on language training in Indonesian. Register now for this week's Gatty...

Tamara Loos, SEAP

"The demands by protesters to audit the king’s finances are unprecedented,” says Tamara Loos (SEAP), professor of history. “But so is the way the king...

The Southeast Asia Program 1950-2020

SEAP recently launched a year-long celebration of the program's 70th anniversary. 
The Fall 2020 Gatty Lecture Series We are happy to announce the Fall 2020 Gatty Lecture Series! All lectures will be held virtually on Zoom, and...

New Faculty Opportunity Promotes Public Engagement

This year's theme: global racial justice. (Applications closed September 25.)
Jenny Goldstein, SEAP faculty, says that political elites “have been chasing this ideal of food self-sufficiency” for decades.