Southeast Asia Publications Series

SEAPS seeks to publish cutting-edge research on all countries and peoples of Southeast Asia across disciplines including anthropology, geography, history, literature, political economy, politics, sociology and the fields of cultural studies, communication studies and gender studies. Interdisciplinary and comparative research is encouraged.

Since 2004 SEAPS has been published for the Asian Studies Association of Australia by the National University of Singapore Press in alliance with the University of Hawaii Press in North America, the Nordic Institute of Asian Studies (NIAS) [non-Indonesia titles] and the KITLV Press [Indonesia titles] in Europe. Unireps acts as distributor in Australia. Titles published before 2004 and still in print are available from Allen & Unwin.

Manuscripts should be well conceptualized, soundly argued and based on original fieldwork or archival research. They should be written in a good, plain English style accessible to the informed general reader and of not more than 100,000 words.

Edited books are considered on a case by case basis according to multiple criteria: the topic should be of wide interest, the introduction should integrate the themes and cases, the individual essays should be of high and consistent quality, and overall the book would make a major contribution to the field.

SEAPS is edited by Edward Aspinall (Australian National University) and Andrew Walker (Australian National University) who welcome any inquiries. Prospective authors, including PhD candidates, are encouraged to submit a one-page abstract and annotated chapter outline for initial consideration.

Members of the Editorial Board

Professor Barbara Andaya (University of Hawaii/ University of Hawaii Press);
Dr Edward Aspinall (Australian National University);
Professor Colin Brown (Universitas Padjadjaran, Bandung);
Associate Professor John Butcher (Griffith University);
Professor David Chandler (Monash Asia Institute, Monash University);
Dr Helen Creese (University of Queensland);
Professor Robert Cribb (Australian National University);
Dr Jane Drakard (Dept of History, Monash University);
Dr Greg Fealy (Australian National University);
Professor Robert Elson (History, University of Queensland);
Professor Barbara Hatley (University of Tasmania, Launceston);
Professor Virginia Hooker (Professor Emeritus, Australian National University);
Professor Paul Hutchcroft (Australian National University);
Professor Rey Ileto (National University of Singapore);
Associate Professor Paul Kratoska (Editor and Publisher, NUS Press);
Professor Tim Lindsey (Asian Law Centre, University of Melbourne);
Dr Campbell Macknight (Professor Emeritus, Australian National University);
Professor Anthony Milner (Australian National University);
Dr Harry Poeze (Editor, KITLV, Universiteit Leiden)
Professor Anthony Reid (Professor Emeritus, Australian National University);
Professor Merle Ricklefs (National University of Singapore);
Professor Kathryn Robinson (Australian National University);
Dr Mina Roces (University of NSW: ASAA Publications Officer);
Professor Krishna Sen (University of Western Australia);
Associate Professor Maila Stivens (University of Melbourne);
Dr Philip Taylor (Australian National University);
Professor Adrian Vickers (University of Sydney);
Dr Andrew Walker (Australian National University);