Today we announce the appointment of James Giggacher as editor of New Mandala
Nicholas Farrelly reflects on an ANU field course about the Thailand-Myanmar borderlands
According to a new study, Southeast Asia performs worse on overall electoral integrity than any other region in the world
Andrew Selth surveys the changing landscape of publishing about the Southeast Asian nation
Disappointing crowds at the 2015 Asian cup show Australia may not be ready to call Asia home, writes James Giggacher.
New Mandala looks to appoint a part-time Postdoctoral Fellow and Editor. Applications close 5 February 2015.
New Mandala's end of year spectacular has some familiar faces getting their groove on
The next Myanmar Update Conference will be held in Canberra on 5-6 June 2015. The Call for Papers is now open.
In the text of a recent talk, Nicholas Farrelly reflects on the heritage of research about Thailand and more at the ANU
New Mandala co-founder Nicholas Farrelly highlights some recent essays on Indonesia and Thailand
New Mandala co-founder Nicholas Farrelly re-opens old discussions about the study of Thailand in Australia
Co-founder Nicholas Farrelly announces an open call for submissions from the next generation of leading Southeast Asia analysts
Last week Aung San Suu Kyi told an audience at the ANU she often wondered why universities confer honorary degrees on politicians
New Mandala contributor Professor Des Ball will this week be conferred with the Australian National University's Baume Award
Scholars of Asian borderlands will want to attend this important conference
In this extract, Associate Professor Sarah Turner from McGill University in Canada introduces a new book about doing research in socialist Asia
Marcus Mietzner and Nicholas Farrelly have co-edited a journal special issue looking at military rule and democratisation
We pay respect to the late Dr Pattana Kittiarsa (р╕нр╕▓р╕Ир╕▓р╕гр╕вр╣М р╕Юр╕▒р╕Тр╕Щр╕▓ р╕Бр╕┤р╕Хр╕┤р╕нр╕▓р╕йр╕▓) (1968-2013), a great ethnographer of contemporary Thai society.
Yesterday a diverse group enthusiastically celebrated the 25th anniversary of Desmond Ball's Special Professorship at the Australian National University.