Advisors for the Undergraduate Minor in Global Asia Studies

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Nick Admussen
Associate Professor
Modern and Contemporary Chinese Literature and Culture Asian Studies
373 Rockefeller Hall
(607) 255-7788
Andrea Bachner
Comparative intersections between Sinophone, Latin American, & European cultural productions in dialogue with theories of interculturality, sexuality & mediality

Comparative Literature
K210 Klarman Hall
(607) 255-4155

Anindita Banerjee
Associate Professor
South Asian literature and film; the production of space; construction of religious, ethnic, and national identities

Comparative Literature
216 Klarman Hall
(607) 255-7781

Victoria Beard
Community-based planning & poverty alleviation in Indonesia, Thailand & Cambodia City & Regional Planning
200 W. Sibley Hall
(607) 255-5385
Anne Blackburn
South Asian religions; Buddhism in Sri Lanka & Southeast Asia; Pali & Sinhalese literature, religion, colonialism & nationalism Asian Studies
346 Rockefeller Hall
(607) 254-6501
Dan Boucher
Associate Professor
East Asian religions/Buddhism; translation; theory & method in the study of religion. Asian Studies
382 Rockefeller Hall
(607) 255-0723
Allen Carlson
Associate Professor
East Asian international relations; Chinese foreign policy; Chinese politics; Asian security. Government
310 White Hall
(607) 254-6002
Abby Cohn
Southeast Asian linguistics (Indonesia) Linguistics
226B Morrill Hall
(607) 255-1747
Iftikhar Dadi
Associate Prfoessor
Modern and contemporary art; critical & postcolonial theory; comparative modernities; art & visual culture of South Asia, Central Asia, & the Middle East Art History/Art
GM08 Goldwin Smith Hall
Magnus Fiskesjo
Associate Professor
History & political anthropology; interethnic relations; cultural heritage; archaeology; museums & modernity Anthropology
201 McGraw Hall
(607) 255-6777
Chiara Formichi
Associate Professor
Southeast Asian studies - Islam Asian Studies
331 Rockefeller Hall
(607) 254-6366
Eli Friedman
Associate Professor
China, development, education, globalization, social movements, theory, Chinese Urbanization, & work & labor ILR
372 Ives Faculty Wing
(510) 417-9018
Arnika Fuhrmann
Associate Professor
Southeast Asian cultures, religions, literature & visual culture Asian Studies
340 Rockefeller Hall
(607) 255-3162
Durba Ghosh
Modern South Asia, the British empire, gender, and colonialism History
321 McGraw Hall
(607) 254-5092
Dan Gold
South Asian religions; North Indian devotional movements; urban religion Asian Studies
372 Rockefeller Hall
(607) 255-1339
Jane-Marie Law
Associate Professor
Japanese religions; performance; ritual studies; theory & method in the study of religion Asian Studies
343 Rockefeller Hall
(607) 255-8332
Tamara Loos
Southeast Asian history; colonialism; gender; modernity History
301 McGraw Hall
(607) 254-5332
Larry McCrea
Sanskrit; South Asian literary, religious and intellectual history Asian Studies
347 Rockefeller Hall
(607) 255-6738
Kaja McGowan
Associate Professor
Southeast Asia, Indonesia; gender studies; colonialism; landscape & the human body; material culture History of Art
GM05 Goldwin Smith Hall
(607) 255-7068
Robin McNeal
Associate Professor
Ancient Chinese h istory; language & literature; political philsophy Asian Studies
351 Rockefeller Hall
(607) 255-1343
Viranjini Munasinghe
Associate Professor
Anthropology; South Asia diaspora; ethnicity; race; nationalism; transnationalism Anthropology
205 McGraw Hall
(607) 255-6791
Victor Nee
Sociology - China Sociology
330 Uris Hall
(607) 255-1415
Alan Nussbaum
Sanskrit Comparative Gramar, Elementary and Intermediate Sanskrit Linguistics
324 Goldwin Smith
(607) 255-8331
An-Yi Pan
Associate Professor
Buddhist Art; Modern Chinese Art & Contemporary Taiwanese Art Art History
GM06 GoldwinSmith
(607) 255-6784
Tom Pepinsky
Comparative & international political economy; authoritarianism; politics & finance; Southeast Asian politics; Islam Government
322 White Hall
(607) 255-4195
Lucina Ramberg
Associate Professor
Feminist, postcolonial and queer theories; religion and secularism; medicine and the body; and South Asia Anthropology
208 McGraw Hall
Kristin Roebuck
Assistant Professor
Modern Japan; history of body, medicine and law, race and sexuality, and Japanese international relations History
McGraw Hall
(607) 255-8862
Suyoung Son
Assistant Professor
Premodern Chinese literature & cultural history; narrative tradition; print culture; comparative literature between China & Korea Asian Studies
378 Rockefeller Hall
(607) 255-5671
Eric Tagliacozzo
Modern Southeast Asian history & culture; maritime networks; material culture; Islam in Southeast Asia History
346 McGraw Hall
(607) 254-6564
Keith Taylor
Sino-Vietnamese studies; history & literature of Vietnam; translation Asian Studies
380 Rockefeller Hall
(607) 255-3237
Ding Xiang Warner
Pre-modern China; Chinese literature; Chinese poetry; Chinese translation Asian Studies
334 Rockefeller Hall
(607) 254-6562
Jessica Chen Weiss
Associate Professor
China's foreign relations with emphasis on nationalism, popular sentiment, and domestic politics in international relations Government
319 White Hall
Marina Welker
Associate Professor
Power, culture, & society in Southeast Asia; Indonesia in cultural & historical perspective Anthropology
200 McGraw Hall
John Whitman
Japanese & Korean linguistics Linguistics
209 Morrill Hall
(607) 255-0737
Andrew Willford
Ethnicity; nationalism, globalization; psychoanalysis; religious revivalism; Malaysia; India Anthropology
211 McGraw Hall
(607) 255-2686