Phra Thinang, Thai Summer Palace
Boats docked in the city of Hoi An, a coastal city of Vietnam. The city served as a busy Southeast Asian trading port between the 15th and 19th centuries.
Tea Plantation, Indonesia
Ha Long Bay, Vietnam
More than a century of academic engagement with Southeast Asia at the University of Michigan
One of the largest programs devoted to this region in the United States, the University of Michigan Center for Southeast Asian Studies seeks to promote a broader and deeper understanding of Southeast Asia, its people, and their cultures. CSEAS is also a U.S. Department of Education designated National Resource Center, funded to develop area studies education for this region of the world.
Winter 2014 CSEAS Newsletter
- $1.15M Grant Creates Research Program at U-M for Thai Nurses August 13, 2014
- Exploring Research in Indonesia, from Architecture to Health August 6, 2014
- University of Michigan Professors to Participate in Workshop Exploring Partnerships, Collaboration with Indonesia June 9, 2014
- CSEAS Noon Lecture Series: Commodity Flows, Diaspora Networking, and Contested Agency in the Eastern Indian Ocean c. 300-1500
Speaker: Ken Hall, professor of history, Ball State University
- Nam Center for Korean Studies Colloquium Series: Maternal Guardians: Intimate Knowledge and Affective Boundary-Making among South Korean Volunteers for Migrant Women
Speaker: Hae Yeon Choo, Assistant Professor, Department of Sociology, University of Toronto Mississauga
- CSEAS Noon Lecture Series: Eating an Elephant, Imagining a Community: Alimentary Nationalism and the Memory of the Senses
Speaker: Mary Steedly, Professor of Anthropology, Harvard University