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Mini-Course Call for Proposals, Spring and Summer 2022

We have released our next call for proposals for our mini-course initiative! View the details here.

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Historic Cham Manuscripts of Vietnam: Creating Access to Endangered Materials

On October 25, GETSEA will be hosting an event celebrating the launch of the Southeast Asia Digital Library‘s new collection, Historic Cham Manuscripts of Vietnam. The collection contains 977 digitized manuscripts, totaling more than 57,800 pages of content from this important Vietnamese minority group. In celebration of this collection, Hao Phan, Southeast Asia Curator at […]

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GETSEA Community Book Read

On October 19, GETSEA will be hosting our second Community Book Read with Christian Lentz, winner of the 2021 Benda Prize. Lentz’s work focuses broadly on Southeast Asia’s politics, society and environment by focusing on nationalism, state formation and agrarian political economy. He has been a professor in the Department of Geography at UNC-Chapel Hill […]

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Fall 2021 Mini-Course Deadline Extended

GETSEA Mini Courses: Deadline extended! The consortium for Graduate Education and Training in Southeast Asian Studies (GETSEA) is offering two free and virtual mini-courses this fall, open to all graduate students studying Southeast Asia! These courses do not offer credit, though students are encouraged to work with a faculty member at their own institution to […]

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SEALC-GETSEA Language Tuition Awards

In an exciting new partnership, two consortia on Southeast Asian studies have joined forces to improve collaboration in the teaching of Southeast Asian languages. With support from the Henry Luce Foundation, the Southeast East Asian Language Council (SEALC) and the Graduate Education and Training in Southeast Asian Studies (GETSEA) consortia award financial assistance to students who incur tuition fees […]

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Fall 2021 Mini-Courses

GETSEA Mini Courses: Registration is now open! The consortium for Graduate Education and Training in Southeast Asian Studies (GETSEA) is offering two free and virtual mini-courses this fall, open to all graduate students studying Southeast Asia! These courses do not offer credit, though students are encouraged to work with a faculty member at their own […]

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Academic Year Lao

Academic Year Lao Language Instruction to be offered via synchronous distance learning at NIU  Full-time students should apply for tuition support now!  Northern Illinois University CSEAS and Cornell SEAP have joined forces to offer Lao language instruction online, via synchronous video class, during the 2021-22 academic year.  The NIU course to be offered will be either beginning or […]

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Deadline extension for mini-course proposals

The deadline to propose a Fall 2021 mini-course has been extended to June 18, 2021! Click here for more information about mini-courses and to view the call for proposals. Interested faculty at GETSEA institutions are invited to craft mini-course proposals, keeping in mind that these courses are virtual and open to graduate students from all […]

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SEALC-GETSEA Language Tuition Support

With support from the Henry Luce Foundation, The Southeast East Asian Language Council (SEALC) and The Graduate Education and Training in Southeast Asian Studies (GETSEA) consortia award financial assistance to students who incur tuition fees when studying a Southeast Asian language during the academic year at an institution other than their home institution via synchronous […]

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GETSEA to Host Sumit Mandal for a Community Book Read

On April 26 at 8pm EDT, GETSEA will host Sumit Mandal for a community book read, author of Becoming Arab: Creole Histories and Modern Identity in the Malay World and winner of the 2020 Benda Prize. Sumit Mandal is a historian at the University of Nottingham Malaysia. He is currently doing research on Muslim shrines as inscriptions in […]