The University of Michigan, one of the world's premier research institutions, boasts a wide range of resources on Southeast Asia. As a public university, these resources are open not only to U-M students and faculty, but also to the public, from interested community members to scholars from abroad.
We welcome you to navigate through the options in the right sidebar to find what you are looking for.
CSEAS also works to provide resources and learning opportunities on Southeast Asia to K-14 educators and their students. Please feel free to contact us if you would like our help regarding curriculum development on Southeast Asia, and see our K-14 Educational Materials for content on topics as varied as the U.S. colonial mission in the Philippines to contemporary women in Thailand. In addition, we offer an Academic Sharing grant for educators to visit our campus and spend sometime developing curriculum using our resources.
Non-local scholars who are interested in using the Bentley Historical Library may apply for a travel grant in order to do so. Please see the Bentley Library's page for more information.