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Brandon J. Miliate, PhD

South and Southeast Asian Studies Librarian
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Brandon J. Miliate, PhD
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214 Sterling Memorial Library
Hello! Salaam! Namaste! Nomoshkar! Mingalaba! I am the South and Southeast Asian Studies Librarian at Yale University Library. My goal is to make sure that Yale has a fantastic collection of materials for this huge and incredibly diverse region and to make sure that you have access to those materials as well as know what to do with them! Luckily, I have several years of fieldwork in the region, including my dissertation research in Northeast India, Bangladesh, and Myanmar. While my PhD is in Political Science (Comparative Politics and International Relations), my graduate training included coursework in Anthropology and History. All of which is to say that if you want to talk South/Southeast Asia from any disciplinary background, I am here to help!

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