This week, our bookshelf takes a look at recent releases on Indonesia with topics ranging from activism, politics, agribusiness, and environmental issues.
This week's bookshelf takes a look at urbanization in Southeast Asia and how it affects women in Cambodia and Sarawak, Malaysia.
Our bookshelf takes a look at diversity in Singapore as part of a series on Singapore's 50 years of nation-building by World Scientific.
Check out the latest issue of the Kyoto Review of Southeast Asia with guest articles available in four languages - English, Thai, Bahasa Indonesia, and Japanese.
This week our bookshelf takes a look at various aspects of the Chinese diaspora in Thailand.
Barbara Watson Andaya and Leonard Andaya's discuss their writing of a regional history of ‘early modern’ Southeast Asia in their 2015 Golay lecture at Cornell.
As we begin the fall term, take a look back at the wide array of topics in our Summer & Spring Bookshelf Spotlights. More great titles to come this semester!
This week's bookshelf takes a look at the interplay of religion, ethnicity, and culture in Viet Nam.
This week our bookshelf spotlights the Khmer Rogue Tribunal on the 10 year anniversary of its founding in 2006.
June 20 marks the first day of summer and this week our bookshelf spotlights some Southeast Asian literature & fiction for you to enjoy!