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The Regional Journal of Southeast Asian Studies is an online, internationally peer-reviewed, bi-annual journal in English that provides a platform for local scholars based in Southeast Asia to share their research internationally.

The January 2020 issue of RJSEAS is now available.

From 1996–2002, as part of its networking efforts, SEASREP published the bi-annual SEAS Bulletin. It featured work done in the region; new researches and publications, particularly by young scholars; conferences; and other exchange programs. The publication cost and postage made it difficult to sustain the Bulletin, and the SEASREP website no longer made the Bulletin necessary.

The SEAS Bulletin can be viewed and downloaded here.

  • Maria Serena I. Diokno, Hsin-Huang Michael Hsiao, and Alan H. Yang (eds.). 2019. China’s Footprints in Southeast Asia. Singapore: National University of Singapore Press.
  • Yusriadi. 2014. Bahasa Dan Identiti: Melayu Di Riam Panjang. Malaysia: Institut Alam Dan Tamadun Melayu, Universiti Kebangsaan Malaysia.
  • Brenda S.A. Yeoh, and Weiqiang Lin. 2013. “Chinese Migration to Singapore: Discourses and Discontents in a Globalizing Nation-State.” Asian and Pacific Migration Journal.
  • Diana Wong. 2013. “The New Chinese Migration to Southeast Asia.” Asian and Pacific Migration Journal
  • Diana Wong, and Ooi Pei Wen. 2013. “Recent Chinese Migration to Vietnam.” Asian and Pacific Migration Journal
  • Gracia Liu Farrer. 2013. “Chinese Newcomers in Japan: Migration Trends, Profiles and the Impact of the 2011 Earthquake.” Asian and Pacific Migration Journal.
  • Nguyen Van Chinh. 2013. “The Globalization of Tertiary Education and Intra-Asian Student Mobility: Mainland Chinese Student Mobility to Malaysia.” Asian and Pacific Migration Journal.
  • Chong Shin. 2012. Masyarakat Multilingual Dan Pemilihan Bahasa: Minoritas Tionghoa Di Kota Sekadau, Pulau Borneo (Language Choice in a Multi-Lingual Society: The Chinese Minority of Sekadau (Indonesia). Jakarta: Universitas Atma Jaya.
  • Dakila A. Fernando. 2012. “Militarism and Authoritarian Rule: Visualising Desire for Social and Political Change in The Philippines and Indonesia through The Comics of Nonoy Marcelo and Sapto Raharjo (Athonk).” Wacana Seni Journal of Arts Discourse.
  • Jonas Baes. 2012. When There is No More Music…or…Dumagat Internal Refugees in the Philippines and The Issues of “Cultural Objecthood”. Wacana Seni Journal of Arts Discourse
  • Delfin Tolentino, Jr. 2012. “Authentic/Adulterated Artifacts: Material Culture and Ethnicity in Contemporary Java and Ifugao.” Wacana Seni Journal of Arts Discourse.
  • Flaudette May V. Datuin. 2012. “Reclaiming The Healing Arts of The Ancient Priestess: Babaylanism as Site of Southeast Asian ‘Feminisms.’” Wacana Seni Journal of Arts Discourse.
  • Tan Sooi Beng. 2012. “Representations in the Creative Arts of Southeast Asia: Negotiating Meanings and Identities.” Wacana Seni Journal of Arts Discourse.
  • Chotima Chaturawong. 2011. The Architecture of Mon Buddhist Monasteries in Lower Burma. Bangkok: E.T. Publishing Bangkok.
  • Saidatulakmal  Mohd, Azlinda Azman, Jamalludin Sulaiman, and Ismail Baba. 2010. “Financial Security Protections in Malaysia, Singapore, and Philippines: A Perspective of Two Generations.” The Hong Kong Journal of Social Work 44:2.
  • Charnvit Kasetsiri, and Chris Baker (eds.). 2008. Annotated Bibliography on the Mekong. Chiang Mai: Mekong Press.
  • Chong Shin. 2008. Bahasa Bidayuhik Di Borneo Barat (The Bidayuhic Language of Western Borneo). Kuala Lumpur: Dewan Bahasa dan Pustaka (Language Library and Council).
  • Maria Serena I. Diokno, and Nguyen Van Chinha (eds.). 2006. The Mekong Arranged and Rearranged. Chiang Mai: Mekong Press.
  • Stephen Chia, Johan Arif, and Hirofumi Matsumura. 2005. “Dental Characteristics of Prehistoric Human Teeth from Melanta Tutup, Semporna, Sabah” in Zuraina Majid (ed.) The Perak Man and Other Prehistoric Skeletons of Malaysia. Penang: Penerbit Universiti Sains Malaysia.
  • Ju-Lan Thung, Yekti Maunati, Peter Mulok Kedit. 2004. The (Re) Construction of the ‘Pan Dayak’ Identity in Kalimantan and Sarawak. Jakarta: Penerbit Puslit Kemasyarakatan dan Kebudayaan-LIPI.
  • Ellen Palanca. 2004. “A Comparative Study of Chinese Education in the Philippines and Malaysia.” Journal of Malaysian Chinese Studies 7.
  • Grace Barreto-Tesoro. 2004. “Linking Individuals: The Social Role of Bronze Bracelets in the Philippines.” SPAFA Journal 14.
  • Kannikar Sartraproong. 2004. “A True Hero: King Chulalongkorn of Siam’s Visit to Singapore and Java 1871” Bangkok: Tana Press and Graphics.
  • Abu Talib Ahmad and Tan Liok Ee (eds.). 2003. New Terrains in Southeast Asian History. Athens: Ohio University Press, Southeast Asia Series No. 107, and Singapore: National University of Singapore Press.
  • Maria Glenda Lopez-Wui and Chantana Banpasirichote (eds.). 2003. People’s Initiatives: Engaging the State in Local Communities in the Philippines and Thailand. Quezon City: University of the Philippines Third World Studies Center and Bangkok: Chulalongkorn University Center for Social Development Studies. (Available in English and Thai)
  • Stephen Chia. 2003. “Prehistoric Trade and Culture Contact between Bukit Tengkorak and Other Sites in Southeast Asia and the Pacific Region.” Sabah Society Journal 20.
  • Charnvit Kasetsiri. 2002. Burma: History and Politics. Bangkok: The Foundation for the Promotion of Social Sciences and Humanities Textbooks Project.
  • David Chandler. 2002. Prawattisaat Khameen. Bangkok: The Foundation for the Promotion of Social Sciences and Humanities Textbooks Project.
  • Luisa J. Mallari. 2002. From Domicile to Domain: The Formation of Malay and Tagalog Masterpiece Novels in Post-independence Malaysia and the Philippines. Bangi: Penerbit Universiti Kebangsaan Malaysia.
  • Sunait Chutintaranond and Chris Baker (eds.). 2002. Recalling Local Pasts: Autonomous History in Southeast Asia. Chiang Mai: Silkworm Books.
  • Suwilai Premsrirat. 2002. Mon-Khmer Studies. Volumes 1-5. Nakhon Pathom: Mahidol University Institute of Language and Culture for Rural Development, Special Publication No. 1.
  • Term Wiphakphotchanakit. 2002. Prawattisaat Laao. Bangkok: The Foundation for the Promotion of Social Sciences and Humanities Textbooks Project.
  • Abdul Rahman Embong (ed.). 2001. Southeast Asian Middle Classes: Prospects for Social Change and Democratization. Bangi: Penerbit Universiti Kebangsaan Malaysia.
  • Proceedings of the First Workshop on Ethnic Minorities in Southeast Asia. 2001. Bangi: Universiti Kebangsaan Malaysia Institute of the Malay World and Civilization.
  • Isma-ae Alee and Hasan Madman (eds.). 2000. Islamic Studies in ASEAN – Presentations from an International Seminar. Pattani: College of Islamic Studies, Prince of Songkla University.
  • Flaudette May V. Datuin and Patrick Flores (eds.). 1999. Women Imaging Women Home, Body, Memory. Quezon City: Ford Foundation, Art Studies Foundation, Cultural Center of the Philippines.
  • Miriam Coronel Ferrer (ed.). 1999. Sama-sama: Facet of Ethnic Relations in Southeast Asia. Quezon City: University of the Philippines Third World Studies Center.
  • Mohd. Raduan bin Mohd. Ariff. 1999. Petempatan Kampung Air di Pulau Borneo: Satu Kajian Perbandingan. Kuala Lumpur: University of Malaya.
  • International Colloquium on Archaeology in Southeast Asia in the 3rd Millennium: Colloquium Proceedings. 1999. Penang: Center for Archaeological Research.
  • Carunia Mulya Firdausy (ed.). 1996. Movement of People within and from the East and Southeast Asian Countries: Trends, Causes, and Consequences. Jakarta: Indonesian Institute of Sciences.


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