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 The collection serves as a repository for historical documents, including recorded interviews with past and current faculty, images from SEAP's past, directories of people associated with the program, member publications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.

Recent Submissions

  • Interview with Professor Thak Chaloemtiarana 

    Unknown author (Southeast Asia Program, 2020-09-02)
    An interview with Thak Chaloemtiarana, retired Professor in the Graduate School. Thak served as the director of the Southeast Asia Program until 2010, and was the associate dean and director of admissions for the College ...
  • Interview with Dr. Audrey Kahin 

    Unknown author (Southeast Asia Program, 2020-09-02)
    Parts one and two of an interview with Dr. Audrey Kahin. In part one she describes her early career, arrival at the Southeast Asia Program, and her graduate research, including her work on Indonesia. In part two she expands ...
  • Interview with Professor Stanley O'Connor 

    Unknown author (Southeast Asia Program, 2020-09-02)
    Parts one, two, and three of an interview with Stanley O'Connor, Professor Emeritus of the Department of the History of Art. In part one he discusses the second generation of the program in the 1960s, the relationship ...
  • Interview with Professor Milton Barnett 

    Unknown author (Southeast Asia Program, 2020-09-02)
    Parts one and two of an interview with Professor Milton Barnett, Professor Emeritus of the Department of Rural Sociology. In part one he discusses his early education and fieldwork with the Hopi and in Southeast Asia, along ...
  • Interview with Professor Randy Barker 

    Unknown author (Southeast Asia Program, 2020-09-02)
    An interview with Randolph Barker, Professor Emeritus of the Dyson School (formerly the Department of Agricultural Economics). Barker served as the director of the Southeast Asia Program from 1989 to 1994. In this interview ...

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