Southeast Asia Program (SEAP) History
This collection is devoted to the history of the Cornell Southeast Asia Program (SEAP) from its founding in the 1950-51 academic year up to the present. The collection serves as a repository for historical documents, including recorded interviews with past and current faculty, images from SEAP's past, directories of people associated with the program, member publications and other written documents, memorials and video eulogies, and more. This collection has been created with the aim of bringing together the great diversity of SEAP's past while also highlighting the different perspectives that have helped shape SEAP as it is today.
(Southeast Asia Program, 2019-05-20)Parts one and two of an interview with George McT. Kahin, Aaron L. Binenkorb Professor of International Studies, Emeritus. Professor Kahin was the Cornell Southeast Asia Program’s second faculty director, serving from ...
(2019-04-09)Dr. Audrey Kahin narrates the history of the Cornell Southeast Asia Program, from its inception to the present day.
(Southeast Asia Program, 2019-03-25)Introduction to Lauriston Sharp, Goldwin Smith Professor of Anthropology and Asian Studies, Emeritus. Sharp founded the Cornell Southeast Asia Program in the academic year of 1950-1951.
(Southeast Asia Program, 1993-11-17)Martin Hatch and Tamara Loos sit down with Lauriston Sharp, Goldwin Smith Professor of Anthropology and Asian Studies, Emeritus, on November 17, 1993. Together with Professor Emeritus Knight Biggerstaff, Professor Sharp ...