Regular Faculty

PATRICIO ABINALES, PH.D.

Patricio Abinales, Ph.D.

Patricio N. ABINALES, Ph.D. (Cornell, Government), Professor. General Area: Southeast Asia. Special Area/Expertise: Philippines, Philippine Muslims, Insurgencies.

Barbara Watson Andaya, Ph.D.

Barbara Watson Andaya, Ph.D.

Barbara Watson ANDAYA, Ph.D. (Cornell, History), Professor. General Area: Southeast Asia. Special Area/Research Expertise: Malaysia, Indonesia, Gender, Religion.

Michael Aung-Thwin, Ph.D.

Michael Aung-Thwin, Ph.D.

Michael AUNG-THWIN, Ph.D. (Michigan, History), Professor. General Area: Southeast Asia. Special Area/Research Expertise: Myanmar, Medieval History, Historiography.

Sai Bhatawadekar, Ph.D.

Sai Bhatawadekar, Ph.D.

Sai BHATAWADEKAR, Ph.D. (Ohio State, German-Indian Comparative Philosophy), Associate Professor. Director, Center for South Asian Studies. General Area: South Asia. Special Area/Expertise: India, Comparative Philosophy.

Lonny Carlile, Ph.D.

Lonny Carlile, Ph.D.

Lonny E. CARLILE, Ph.D. (Berkeley, Political Science), Associate Professor. General Area: East Asia. Special Area/Expertise: Japan, Domestic and Foreign Policy, Policy Process.

Cathryn H. Clayton, Ph.D.

Cathryn H. Clayton, Ph.D.

Cathryn H. CLAYTON, Ph.D. (Santa Cruz, Anthropology), Associate Professor. General Area: East Asia. Special Area/Expertise: China, Nationalism, Identity, Macau.

Kristi Govella, Ph.D.

Kristi Govella, Ph.D.

Kristi GOVELLA, Ph.D. (Berkeley, Political Science), Assistant Professor. General Area: East Asia. Special Area/Expertise: Japan, Political Economy, Security Policy, Economic-Security Linkages, Regional Institutions.

Eric Harwit, Ph.D.

Eric Harwit, Ph.D.

Eric HARWIT, Ph.D. (Berkeley, Political Science), Professor. General Area: East Asia. Special Area/Expertise: China, Economic Development, Internet, Japan.

Young-a Park, Ph.D.

Young-a Park, Ph.D.

Young-a PARK, Ph.D. (Harvard, Anthropology), Associate Professor. General Area: East Asia. Special Area/Expertise: Social Movements, Film Industry, North Korean Refugees.

Anna Stirr, Ph.D.

Anna Stirr, Ph.D.

Anna STIRR, Ph.D. (Columbia, Ethnomusicology), Associate Professor. General Area: South Asia. Special Area/Expertise: Nepal, Performing Arts, Politics, Religion, Language and Song.

Tae-Ung BAIK, Ph.D (Notre Dame, Law), Director, Center for Korean Photo of Tae-Ung BaikStudies, and Professor of Law. International criminal law; human rights in Asia; criminal procedure; Korean law.

Miriam Stark, PhD, Archaeology, School of Southeast Asia Studies

Miriam Stark, Ph.D.

Miriam STARK, Ph.D. (Arizona, Archaeology), Professor. Director, Center for Southeast Asian Studies. Special Area/Expertise: Field-based Research, Anthropology and Archaeology.