The Southeast Asia Research Group (SEAREG) was established in 2013 to highlight the best new research by young social scientists working on Southeast Asian politics, and to establish a network of scholars in political science and allied disciplines who are working at the forefront of Southeast Asian studies in North America. The conveners of SEAREG are committed to a model of Southeast Asian social sciences that emphasizes the complementarity of discipline, method, and area knowledge.
In light of the recent announcement of the serious faculty and curriculum cuts at the Australia National University’s School of Culture, History, and Language, SEAREG is issuing this statement in support of Professor Robert Cribb and ANU’s valuable Asian studies program.
We are delighted to announce the 2016 Young Southeast Asia Fellows:
Joseph Amick, UT Austin
Michael Davidson, UC San Diego
Erin Lin, Princeton University
Christine Ngo, University of Denver
Jacob Ricks, Singapore Management University
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The fourth annual meeting of the Southeast Asia Research Group will be held on June 3-4, 2016 at the University of Michigan. It will feature presentations by the fourth class of Young Southeast Asia Fellows.
Thanks to generous support from the Henry Luce Foundation, we are able to make available small travel grants for graduate students traveling to Ann Arbor for the 2016 meeting. Click here for more information and to apply.