Asian Studies Review – history of a journal
Asian Studies Review was founded in 1977 and was originally known as the ASAA Review. The Review replaced the ASAA Newsletter, which appeared six times between 1975 and 1976. The first
Investing in the future of Asian language literacy in Australia by learning from the past
The Australian Consortium for “In-Country” Indonesian Studies (ACICIS) — the organisation I head up — is here today as the direct result of previous Australian
Caste rules censor research and deny scholarships to marginalised students in India.
Image: Dalit History Month Editathon at UC Berkeley, April 15, 2017 (CC BY-SA 4.0) In March 2022, Indian students of humanities and social sciences fields,
Pacific War Incarceration Camps
How might we begin to understand the intersectional strands of sovereignty that bind together internees national and diasporic identities?
Asian Art Research Now
“Asian art research in Australia and New Zealand remains stubbornly diffuse. Specialists are often separated by institutional and disciplinary divides, as well as real (or
Why Study Indonesian? A Rationale for Australian Education
Having significant numbers of Australians learning Indonesian and studying Indonesia is necessary to give Australia better strategic choices in the future, and the talent and expertise to execute our chosen strategies more nimbly, adeptly, and with fewer unintended consequences.
“The Storytelling State: Performing Life Histories in Singapore”, by Cheng Nien Yuan John Legge Thesis Prize Winner
Can you tell us a bit about your thesis. What’s the problem it explores and what did you find? My thesis identifies and explores Singapore’s
Joint statement: One year after the military coup in Myanmar
On 1 February 2022, people in Myanmar will mark the first anniversary of renewed military dictatorship with protest and resistance. The coup prevented an elected
“The Santa Cruz Massacre, Thirty Years On” Symposium
Today in my city… Mothers crying …their tears water the flowers that scatter on the gravestones of Santa Cruz Cemetery Their bodies have disappeared from
Where is Asia in ‘Fortress Australia’?
For Australia’s neighbours in the Indo-Pacific region the AUKUS nuclear submarine deal announced late September signalled a firm pivot toward traditional Western allies. The strengthening