SEASREP, an organization which aims to promote Southeast Asian studies through various research, study and exchange grants and establish a network of scholars in the region through universities and other channels.
Announcements and Updates
Call for Applications: Writing Workshop for Academic Publication,
22-24 February 2017, Manila, Philippines. For details, click here
Southeast Asian Studies Association in Southeast Asia (SEAS in SEA).
A regional organization of students, scholars, public intellectuals and others based in Southeast Asia with common interest in Southeast Asian studies. Formed in November 2015 in Yogyakarta, Indonesia, the organization aims to promote Southeast Asian studies through regional collaboration and exchange, linkage building and knowledge production and dissemination. It has a seven-member Board of Trustees, based in different countries in the region. They are:
Sittha Lertphaiboonsiri (Thailand)
Thuy Chanthourn (Cambodia)
Nguyen Thi Thu Huong (Vietnam)
Misael Racines (Philippines)
Betti Rosita Sari (Indonesia)
Hanafi Hussin (Malaysia)
Rommel Curaming (Brunei)
The organization is in the process of registering the organization in the Philippines and is accepting membership. It is open to all interested in Southeast Asian studies who are based in Southeast Asia. The two-year membership fee is $25 for students, $50 for professionals. For membership form, download here. For more information, please contact Mr. Misael Racines at firstname.lastname@example.org
Regional Journal of Southeast Asian Studies: The Southeast Asian Studies Regional Exchange Program (SEASREP) Foundation has launched the inaugural issue of its Regional Journal of Southeast Asian Studies (RJSEAS), an online, open access, peer-reviewed journal in English that aims to feature the work of scholars in the humanities and social sciences in the region.
For the past 21 years, SEASREP has worked with and supported the development of many scholars in the region as Southeast Asian specialists. By offering this journal, SEASREP hopes to make a more tangible contribution to the body of work on Southeast Asia. The journal is published twice a year (January and July).
The theme for the July 2016 issue of RJSEAS is Plural Identities in Southeast Asia. The journal may be viewed and downloaded from
Call for Papers: Research project leading to a publication on Hybrid Communities in Southeast Asia: Identity Formation, Evolution and Transformation. For details, click here
Call for Papers: Research project leading to a publication on Placemaking in Southeast Asia. For details, click here
Call for Papers: Research project leading to a publication on Public History in Southeast Asia. For details, click here
Southeast Asia-Japan Advanced Seminar on Philippine Studies, 16-21 May 2016, Manila, Philippines. For details, click here
Final Workshop on Heritage Conservation in Southeast Asia: Issues and Responses
SEASREP held its final workshop for its research and publication project on Heritage Conservation in Southeast Asia: Issues and Responses on 15-17 April 2016 in Hoi An, Vietnam. Fourteen (14) writers from Malaysia, Indonesia, Singapore, Thailand, the Philippines, Cambodia, Laos, Myanmar, and Vietnam presented their final paper. The participants and two heritage expert reviewers from Japan commented on the final papers. For details, click here
SEASREP Board of Trustees Annual Meeting,
1-2 March 2016, Bohol, Philippines. For details, click here
SEASREP Documentary: 20 Years of SEASREP
Book Review: Studies in Thai and Southeast Asian Histories http://www.bangkokpost.com/lifestyle/book/758807/charnvit-in-a-nutshell
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