The COUNCIL ON SOUTHEAST ASIA STUDIES at Yale University oversees a multifaceted interdisciplinary program promoting education, research, and intellectual exchange on the cultures, politics, history and economies of Southeast Asia. Yale currently maintains one of the most extensive Southeast Asia library collections in the United States. Read more about our program…

Established in 1947, Southeast Asia Studies was the first area studies program at Yale - and by all accounts the first in the country to establish a program for the study of Southeast Asia in all disciplines. See SEAS History…

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ACTIVITIES AND EVENTS:
Brown Bag Seminar Series  
Wednesdays 12:00 noon
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NOVEMBER 20
“Mosquitoes and the Making of the Annamite Hill Country: A Parasitical Speculative History”
Jonathan Padwe, Associate Professor, Department of Anthropology, University of Hawaii, Manoa.

 

DECEMBER 4
“Nietzschean Buddhism: Continental Philosophy, Saigon Academics, and the Vietnam War”
Wynn Gadkar-Wilcox, Professor of History and Non-Western Cultures, Western Connecticut State University

 
 

 

            

COUNCIL CHAIR, ERIK HARMS
Audio Podcast - “New Books in Southeast Asian Studies” >>
“Professor Harms talks about detritus and condominiums,
civility and civil society … the view from a suspension bridge”

 

LATEST FROM CSEAS COUNCIL AFFILIATES
 Author interview and  South China Morning Post article
on Ivan Small’s new book, “Currencies of Imagination”

 

YALE LIBRARY - SOUTHEAST ASIA COLLECTION
Meet the Librarian >>
Fresh Finds from the Collection  >>