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2019-2020 Graduate Catalog 
    
2019-2020 Graduate Catalog [NOTE!!!! THIS IS AN ARCHIVED CATALOG. FOR THE CURRENT CATALOG, GO TO CATALOG.NIU.EDU]


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Center for Southeast Asian Studies



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Acting Director: Eric Jones

Faculty Associates

Kenton Clymer, Distinguished Presidential Research Professor of history, Ph.D.
Aarie Glas, assistant professor of political science, Ph.D.
Kikue Hamayotsu, associate professor of political science, Ph.D.
Trude Jacobsen, professor of history, Ph.D.
Eric Jones, associate professor of history, Ph.D.
Judy Ledgerwood, Presidential Engagement Professor, professor of anthropology, Ph.D.
Wei Luo, Presidential Research Professor, professor of geographic and atmospheric sciences, Ph.D.
Andrea Molnar, Presidential Engagement Professor, professor of anthropology, Ph.D.
Catherine Raymond, professor of art, Ph.D.
Tomoyuki Shibata, associate professor of public health, Ph.D.
Tharaphi Than, assistant professor of world languages and cultures, Ph.D.
Kanjana Thepboriruk, assistant professor of world languages and cultures, Ph.D.
Kurt Thurmaier, Presidential Engagement Professor, professor of public administration, Ph.D.
Kheang Un, associate professor of political science, Ph.D.
Jui-Ching Wang, associate professor of music, M.M.
James Wilson, associate professor of geographic and atmospheric sciences, Ph.D.

The Center for Southeast Asian Studies, established in 1963, provides leadership, focus, and coordination for Southeast Asian Studies at NIU. It is responsible for addressing student needs, coordinating undergraduate and graduate courses dealing with Southeast Asia, and developing and administering other programs concerned with this region of the world. Formal and informal exchange relationships exist with universities and programs in Brunei, Burma, Cambodia, Indonesia, Malaysia, the Philippines, Thailand, and Vietnam which offer qualified students opportunities and facilities for graduate research and training in these countries. The center is an active member of SEASSI (Southeast Asian Studies Summer Institute), a national consortium of Southeast Asian studies centers, and works closely with the Center for Burma Studies at NIU.

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