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 between SEAP and Asian Studies, and the beginnings of the brownbag lunch series. In part two he describes the evolution of art history studies at Cornell from historical to contemporary analyses. In part three, O'Connor discusses more modern trends in art history in Southeast Asia.
Southeast Asia Program
Southeast Asia; seap; art history; Thailand; China