Realino Study Institute of Yogyakarta, Indonesia. The U-M CSEAS and the Realino Study Institute have joined together to form a collaborative historical memories workshop whose aim is to build a network of socially conscious scholars of history, anthropology, cultural studies and postcolonial studies in Indonesia and the United States.
Universities Historical Research Centre of Rangoon, Myanmar. A scholarly exchange program was established to join in the rebuilding of Myanmar universities while increasing awareness of Myanmar in the United States.
Program for Cambodian Law and Development. Through the Center for International and Comparative Law at the University of Michigan Law School the Program for Cambodian Law and Development, founded and directed by Assistant Professor Peter Hammer, provides an academic forum for the interdisciplinary study of Cambodian legal institutions and the role of law in the development process. The program's Pro Bono Cambodia Project provides supervised research assistance to groups working in Cambodia. Projects have included preparing a comprehensive election law report and drafting national legislation. In the last few years, students have worked with the UN Human Rights Center in Phnom Penh, Legal Aid of Cambodia, Cambodian Defenders Project, Cambodian Association for Human Rights, Cambodian Women’s Crisis Center, and the Ministry of Commerce.
The center is committed to promoting a broader and deeper understanding of Southeast Asia and its peoples, cultures, and historiesby providing resources for faculty, students and the community to learn and disseminate knowledge about the region.