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Affiliated Scholars

The CSEAS Affiliate Program is designed to connect and support alums, faculty, teachers, scholars, researchers, cultural practitioners, visiting instructional faculty, visiting scholars, and postdoctoral fellows engaged in research and/or teaching on Southeast Asia and Southeast Asian Studies.

CSEAS has been a longstanding hub of interdisciplinary research for faculty and researchers from a variety of disciplines and professional schools at the University of Michigan (U-M) who are substantially engaged in research and/or teaching on comparative Southeast Asian Studies, one of the Southeast Asian nations (Thailand, Indonesia, Philippines, Vietnam, Cambodia, Laos, Myanmar, Malaysia, Brunei, Singapore, Timor-Leste) or have an interest in Southeast Asian Studies.

For information on how to join the University of Michigan CSEAS Affiliate Program, please click here.

Current CSEAS Affiliated Scholars

Can Bilir, DMA
Albi Rosenthal Fellow, University of Oxford

Sopheak Chann, PhD
Home Institution: Postdoctoral instructor, James Madison College, Michigan State University

Sivleng Chhor
Librarian, Center for Khmer Studies

Amanda Flaim
Assistant Professor, James Madison College, Michigan State University

Kimberly Yung-Gultia
PhD Candidate, McGill University  

Soksamphoas Im, PhD
Associate Director, Asian Studies Center, Michigan State University; Visiting Scholar, Lee Kong Chian NUS-Stanford Fellow on Southeast Asia, Stanford University and National University of Singapore

Ambeth Ocampo
H.V. Dela Costa Professor in History and the Humanities, Ateneo de Manila University

Hieu Phung, PhD
Assistant Professor, Rutgers University

Laura Rozek
Professor of Oncology at Georgetown University Medical Center and co-Leader of the Cancer Prevention and Control program for Georgetown-Lombardi Comprehensive Cancer Center, Georgetown University

Loren Ryter, PhD
Independent Researcher

Marlon James Sales, PhD
Associate Professor, University of the Philippines Diliman