To support its networking efforts, the Foundation launched the publication of the SEAS Bulletin in 1996. A bi-annual publication, the Bulletin hopes to contribute to the awareness of developments in Southeast Asian studies by sharing information about academic programs on Southeast Asia, conferences and related activities. The Bulletin features work being done in the region, particularly new researches and publications by young scholars. The editorial office is at the Manila Secretariat of the SEASREP Foundation. Dr. Maria Serena I. Diokno serves as the editor.
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Different Faces of Southeast Asia: past and present
Vol. 7 No. 2: Oct 2002
A Murder in Java: On the Construction of a Crime in Suharto's Indonesia
Jose Manuel Tesoro, Asia Fellow 2000-2001, Asian Scholarship Foundation
The 17th Congress of the IPPA (Indo-Pacific Prehistory Association)
SEASREP Annual Report 2002
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translated into English by Irwan M. Hidayana, Department of Anthropology, University of Indonesia
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