Southeast Asia Movement (SEAM) at Yale: Call for Members
Have a strong interest in Southeast Asia? Want to be part of a new movement that gets more people to know and talk about this extraordinary and complex region?

The Southeast Asian Movement (SEAM) is a new (revived) student organisation at Yale that aims to provide a platform for students, academics and practitioners to exchange cutting-edge ideas that equip and advance discussions of Southeast Asia in and beyond the United States. We aim to create a multi-medium presence at Yale by maintaining an online publication, producing educational video content, and hosting events that bring passionate Southeast Asianists together to think about the past, present, and future of the region.

We’re starting out (again) and would love to have you onboard! Our team is looking for interested members in the Yale community to join us and kickstart this movement again. Whether it’s editing videos, writing for us, coding for the website, or talking to experts and leaders in the field - come be part of the (re)founding team!!

Roles up for grabs:
Media: Create and enhance our online media presence by overseeing the website, video production and social media platforms
Operations: Lead the organisation of events where students, practitioners and academics can come together to talk and learn from one another, whether on campus, on Zoom, or elsewhere.
Publications: Exercise editorial, creative and executive direction of our online publication that will present writings -— whether academic, non-academic, literary —- on Southeast Asian topics

Check out previous projects by SEAM here:

Interested students may contact and for more information.
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