SEAP Bulletin Spring 2020
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The Southeast Asia Program Bulletin is a bi-annual publication covering Cornell faculty research, SEAP outreach activities, student news, and updates about the Kahin Center.
FEATURES 4 Layers of Cultural History in Monuments of Vientiane, Laos, by Anna Koshcheeva 8 Preserving the Past and Future of the Penan, by KAR 12 11th Frank H. Golay Memorial Lecture: For Whom Are Southeast Asian Studies?, by Caroline S. Hau 18 Ex-King Still in Exile: Why the Body of Burma’s Last Monarch Still Has Not Come Home, by Kelsey Utne 22 The Personal is Political: Placing Thailand’s Revival of Polygyny in Context, by Tamara Loos COLUMNS 24 Teaching Lao, by Mike Rattanasengchanh 26 The Echols Collection—You Might Have Missed It, by Jeffrey Petersen 29 Embracing Difference: At the Intersection of Teaching and Learning, by Kathi Colen Peck 32 The Soldier and the Teacher, by Stephanie Olinga-Shannon 34 SEAP Publications NEWS 35 On Campus and Beyond 36 Upcoming Events 38 New Visiting Fellows 42 Awards 43 SEAP Faculty 2020
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