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Link Center for Southeast Asian Studies at the University of Wisconsin-Madison
The Center for Southeast Asian Studies at the University of Wisconsin-Madison fosters a wide variety of research, teaching and outreach activities about Southeast Asia. Since 1981, the Center has been recognized as a National Resource Center by the U.S. Department of Education, and has received Title VI funding for program development and Foreign Language and Area Studies (FLAS) fellowships. We promote greater understanding of the Southeast Asian region through academic year courses, a summer language institute, study abroad opportunities, a publication series, outreach activities, a weekly public lecture series, student research and study grants, and degree programs. Our faculty and students are a vibrant community of scholars with research and teaching interests in a wide variety of academic disciplines. The Center operates a vigorous and well-developed program committed to the study of Southeast Asia that is recognized as one of the best worldwide.
Link Center for Southeast Asia Studies, University of California, Berkeley
The Center for Southeast Asia Studies is one of the oldest and most prominent academic centers concerned with Southeast Asian Studies in the United States. The Center functions as an administrative base to promote the expansion of Southeast Asian studies on the Berkeley campus by facilitating faculty and graduate research, by presenting campus lecture series and cultural programs, by organizing public outreach and international conferences, and by hosting visitors and scholars from around the world.
Link Council of Southeast Asian Studies at Yale University
The Council aims to facilitate training of graduate and undergraduate students, and to promote education, research, and intellectual exchange on the cultures, politics and economies of Southeast Asia (primarily Burma/Myanmar, Cambodia, East Timor, Indonesia, Laos, Malaysia, Philippines, Singapore, Thailand and Vietnam), both historical and contemporary.
Link Harvard-Yenching Institute
Founded more than eighty years ago through the generosity of the estate of Charles M. Hall, the Harvard-Yenching Institute is an independent foundation located on the campus of Harvard University. The Institute currently enjoys partnerships with more than fifty universities and research centers in East and Southeast Asia. We support doctoral scholarships, visiting fellowships, academic publications, advanced training programs, conferences and other scholarly initiatives—in Asia, at Harvard University, and elsewhere—intended to increase scholarly communication and to promote graduate and post-graduate research in Asian studies. We invite you to visit our website often to learn more both about us and about Asia.
Link Asian Studies WWW Monitor
The e-journal [est. 21 Apr 1994] provides free abstracts and reviews of new/updated online resources of significance to research, teaching and communications dealing with the Asian Studies. The email edition of this Journal has now over 8,460 subscribers. The AS WWW Monitor does not necessarily endorse contents, or policies of the Internet resources it abstracts.
Link Institute of Southeast Asian Studies, Singapore (ISEAS)
The aim of the Institute is to nurture a community of scholars interested in the region and to engage in research on the multi-faceted dimensions and issues of stability and security, economic development, and political, social and cultural change.
Link Research Institute on Contemporary Southeast Asian Studies (IRASEC)
Based in Bangkok since 2001, the Research Institute on Contemporary Southeast Asia (USR 3142 - UMIFRE 22 CNRS MAEE) focuses its activities on the political, economic, social and environmental evolutions of the eleven countries of the region. As a member of the network of research institutes of the French Ministry of Foreign Affairs and a Research and Service Unit of the French National Research Agency (CNRS), Irasec has been tasked with the analysis of the major developments that affect, together or separately, Brunei, Burma, Cambodia, Indonesia, Lao, Malaysia, the Philippines, Singapore, Thailand, Timor Leste and Vietnam. Irasec promotes a variety of approaches by calling experts and specialists from all academic fields and teaming them up as required. Comparative approaches and transversal studies are favoured as much as possible. The institute endeavours to view and present each theme in its true historical and geographic dimensions. Irasec's research output consists of highly scientific synthetic works whose accessibility should not be restricted to experts only. The institute stresses the quality of presentation and didactic features of the books it offers to the public. It has developed a dynamic editorial policy with a variety of partners.
Link Southeast Asian Studies University of Ohio
The Center for International Studies fosters an educated, just and prosperous world. Curriculum, research, outreach and service are the agencies of our interdisciplinary understanding of complex global problems and the search for solutions. Central to the Center’s mission is the advancement of diversity among faculty and students, programs and academic activities. The Center is determined to influence state and national agendas regarding international education and development, to build bridges between Ohio University and institutions abroad, and to lead in the internationalization of the university and its curriculum.
Link The Indonesia Project, The Arndt-Corden Division of Economics, of the Australian National University's Research School of Pacific and Asian Studies
The Indonesia Project is a major international centre of research and graduate training on the economy of Indonesia. Established in 1965 in the Division of Economics, now The Arndt-Corden Division of Economics, of the Australian National University's Research School of Pacific and Asian Studies, the Project monitors and analyses recent economic developments in Indonesia; informs Australian governments, business, and the wider community about those developments, and about future prospects; and stimulates research on the Indonesian economy. The Project is well known and respected in Indonesia and in other places where Indonesia attracts serious scholarly and official interest. The Project obtains its core funding from the Australian National University; since 1980 the Australian Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade has provided an annual grant to the Project, most recently through the Australian Agency for International Development (AusAID).
Link The Southeast Asia Research Centre (SEARC), City University of Hong Kong
The Southeast Asia Research Centre (SEARC) was inaugurated on 27 February 2001 as a faculty-based research centre within the Faculty of Humanities and Social Sciences (now the College of Humanities and Social Sciences, CHASS). In 2006, it was affiliated with the newly formed Department of Asian and International Studies (AIS). Professor William Case (Department of Asian and International Studies) was appointed Director of SEARC in July 2006. SEARC has established a strong international reputation as an important setting for the study of political, economic, and social issues in contemporary Southeast Asia. While receiving funding in most years from City University of Hong Kong (CityU), SEARC members have actively sought competitive external grant funding, helping to foster a steady output of high-quality publications and working papers. The Centre has also attracted many respected scholars as visitors who, in carrying out research projects and conducting seminars, have further energized the Centre. And in regularly sponsoring international conferences, workshops, public addresses, and roundtables, SEARC has contributed widely to public debate and intellectual life at CityU.
Link The Study of Southern Asia at the University of Chicago
The University of Chicago is one of the leading centers for the study of Southern Asia. Countries in which we have scholarly expertise include in South Asia, Afghanistan, Bangladesh, Bhutan, India, Nepal, Pakistan, and Sri Lanka; and in Southeast Asia, Burma (Myanmar), Cambodia, East Timor, Indonesia, Laos, Malaysia, Papua New Guinea, the Philippines, Singapore, Thailand, Tibet (as an autonomous region), and Vietnam. Chicago’s Southern Asia strength is built around two related bodies: a federally-funded Title VI South Asia Language and Area Center (SALAC), and the Committee on Southern Asian Studies (COSAS) made up of faculty across the University who share teaching and research interests in Southern Asia.
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