Journal articles, mailings from D.C. offices addressing the refugee situation, as well as research reports from Minneapolis, San Diego, and Philadelphia and a copy of Dr. Wehrly's study of Indochinese students in Illinois schools.
Articles about different aspects of Burmese society, from politics to folklore, to Buddhism, includes some personal materials, as well as a manuscript of My Life, Edward Law-Yone's autobiography.
Mostly teaching materials and papers, also includes photos of Ebihara's travels and research in Cambodia, and a review of Usha Welaratna’s Beyond the Killing Fields, and various other pamphlets and brochures.
Contains Dr. Bennett’s research on Burma in the form of primary and secondary sources such as newspaper articles (both clippings and photocopies) in English and Burmese, papers, handwritten notes, short stories, photos, correspondences, statements by various government agencies, and book chapters.
Manuscript and research materials related to Donn V. Hart's research for his 1954 book Barrio Caticugan : a Visayan Filipino community.
Documents and notes from the collection of Professor Clymer chiefly on Cambodian history, politics and government. (Boxes 40-42 are housed in the basement).
Reports, clippings, and memoranda about Cambodia, Zimbabwe, and other places.
Photographs and slides featuring Ankor Wat, Ankor Thom and Phnom Phen, as well as various places around Bangkok Thailand, such as the floating market, the temple of Dawn and the Temple of the Emerald Buddha.
The collection consists of field notes, research, and census data of Dr. Ethel Nurge.
This Collection featrues phographs of His Late Majesty King Norodom Sihanouk as well as two DVD's from the Kings funeral and a book about the Late Kings works of service and international initiatives. Materials for this collection have been donated by Ambassador Julio A. Jeldres, the Late King's personal secretary and official biographer, as well as Professor Kenton and Marlee Clymer.
This collection features the letters of Daw May Kyi Win, who was the currator of the Donn V. Hart Southeast Asia Collection from 1990 to 2002. In these letters she talks about a variety of topics from the issues facing Burma in the 1980's to everyday Burmese life to her own personal life. The collection also features photographs and clippings from a Burmese newspaper.
This collection focuses on Marybeth Clark's personal and professional life as an educator of Vietnamese. Materials include personal and professional correspondances, photographs and slides, as well as handmade artwork. A majority of the collection consists of language teaching materials and scholarly papers written by Marybeth Clark, and others, about numerous Southeast Asian Languages.
This collection consists of declassified state department correspondences to and from the Burmese government, which Professor Clymer used as research for his book, A Delicate Relationship: The United States and Burma/Myanmar since 1945. The documents provide a look into U.S Foreign policy and attitude towards Burma from the country's independence in 1948 to anti communism attitudes during the cold war to the emergence of an opposition in the 1980's, concluding with President Barack Obama's visits in 2012 and 2014. (This collection is housed in the basement)
This is a collection of personal photographs from George V. and Chrystal S. Smith taken during their time in Southeast Asia. The collection features slides from Thailand, Cambodia, Vietnam, and Laos. The slides feature photographs of temples, markets, festivals, villages and daily life in Southeast Asia.