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Travel to Borneo or Phnom Penh

Applications are now open for our two summer 2023 internships! Priority Deadline: January 15, 2023 - 11:55 P.M (ET) Secondary (and final)...

Pre-enrollment is this week!

From ancient history to modern film, regional politics to language studies, SEAP offers a variety of courses to suit many interests. In addition, you...

by alumnus Drake Avila

In the months right after the February 1st military coup in Myanmar, a PhD student initiated a conversation with Cornell’s Southeast Asia Program...

Thai ensemble visits Cornell next week

Part of Extended instruments and global sounds: This series of events will be a collaboration between Cornell composers, and Tacet(i) Ensemble from...

Brian V. Sengdala, PhD student, Performing and Media Arts

This is an article from the Fall 2022 SEAP Bulletin - view the full Bulletin here!

View her research here!

Zin Wai Yan, one of our Yangon-based interns, and Laura Chang, a Cornell University student, investigate the challenges experienced by Myanmar...

As seen on the LRC podcast

The LRC podcast features Thamora Fishel, Chencong Zhu, Irfan Asgani, and Maks Tkachuk, members of the team from FLIP, Cornell’s Foreign Language...

Brenda Yeoh (National University of Singapore) gives the 12th Frank H. Golay...

Mark your calendars! Tuesday, November 15, 2022 at 4:30pm to 6:00pm Physical Sciences Building, 120 (245 East Avenue) Light reception to...

Christine Bacareza Balance explores Filipino culture and history.

Christine Bacareza Balance explores the rich milieu of the arts and of sensational politics in Filipino culture and history.
This part-time (20 hrs/week) position with the Mario Einaudi Center for International Studies will develop, plan and implement short- and long-range...