Michael Cullinane

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Michael Cullinane is the Associate Director of the Center for Southeast Asian Studies of University of Wisconsin at Madison. He is also one of the university faculty and is the director of Southeast Asian Studies Summer Institute since 2000.

Education

  • BA, History/Asian Studies, 1964/1966, University of California Santa Barbara

Minors: Physical Education and Political Science California State Teaching Credential, University of California Santa Barbara, 1966

  • MA, Foreign Affairs/Southeast Asian Studies, 1969, Ohio University
  • PhD, History (Southeast Asia), 1989, University of Michigan


Past Academic Positions and Appointments

  • Visiting Lecturer, Department of History and Southeast Asian Studies, University of California Los Angeles, Winter Quarter, 2003
  • Director, Southeast Asian Studies Summer Institute (for 1994 and 1995 institutes, hosted by the University of Wisconsin-Madison)1994-95
  • Program Officer, Center for South and Southeast Asian Studies, and Lecturer in Asian Studies, University of Michigan,1983-91
  • Lecturer in History, Department of History, University of Michigan, 1988-91
  • Director, Southeast Asian Studies Summer Institute (for 1984 and 1985 institutes, hosted by the University of Michigan), 1983-85
  • Research Associate, Center for South and Southeast Asian Studies, University of Michigan, 1979-83
  • Instructor in Philippine History and Social Science Education, De La Salle University, Manila, Philippines, 1975
  • Instructor in History and Political Science, and Research Associate of the Cebuano Studies Center, University of San Carlos, Cebu City, Philippines, 1972-75
  • Teacher in World History and Mathematics, Belmont High School, Los Angeles City School District, California, 1969-70

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