SEAC generates and supports research and policy relevant discussion on Southeast Asia and its global engagement by bringing together researchers in cross-disciplinary analysis of the region and providing academics with specialist resources, networks and funding opportunities.
LSE SEAC Research Fund
The LSE SEAC Research Fund is a biennial grant available to LSE faculty and SEAC Associates to fill a gap in the available support for social science research on issues relevant to Southeast Asia.
SEAC is currently accepting applications for the second round (2018 - 2019) of the fund. The deadline for submission of proposals is Sunday, 12th November 2017. More information here.
Find out more about the research projects funded during the first round (2016 - 2017) here.
International academic workshops
LSE SEAC organises academic workshops that are centred on particular themes relevant to Southeast Asia that promise high-quality, innovative research with an aim to produce an academic publication on the topic. The participation of local and international academics and researchers in these workshops is by invitation.
Hedging in Contemporary International Politics: conceptualising and theorising Southeast Asia’s relations with major powers in comparative perspective – 9th and 10th September 2017
Interdisciplinary research workshops
LSE SEAC runs interdisciplinary research workshops for students from LSE and beyond working on Southeast Asia as well as for LSE academics. The aim of these workshops is to provide participants a safe environment in which to discuss their ongoing research and the opportunity to receive cross-disciplinary feedback on their work from peers and LSE faculty specialising in Southeast Asia.
Express interest in participating in future workshops by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org.