Mini-Courses

If you are a faculty member at a GETSEA institution and are interested in offering a mini-course for graduate students on a particular topic, please view the call for proposals for Spring 2022 and Summer 2022 courses here. Applications have closed for this semester, but look for a CFP for Fall 2022 soon.

GETSEA is offering two free and virtual mini-courses this spring on topics in Southeast Asian studies, open to graduate students from a wide range of backgrounds. Current graduates students at a GETSEA member institution receive first priority in admission to the courses, though graduate students at any institution who research in and around Southeast Asia may apply for admission to take a mini-course.

These courses do not offer course credit for students at their home institutions. However, students are encouraged to work with a faculty member at their home institution to count the course towards an independent/directed study/reading credit.

Mini-courses have a workload roughly equivalent to that of a one-credit course – approximately 45 hours in total, including class time, readings, and other work.

Details about our previous mini-courses are available here, and any questions or proposals can be submitted to us at getsea@cornell.edu.

The deadline for applications has passed for this cycle, but stay tuned for our next round of mini-courses.

Spring 2022 Mini-Courses: To be announced soon!