Historical records complement studies of seismic hazard and are an important standalone tool for the study of earthquake hazards.
On-the-ground studies find enormous variety and behaviour that often confound the conventional categorisations of religious type.
Recounted experiences from elder generations in Ilocos clash with national facts, and young people have to choose between the two.
Studying Vietnamese folkloric practices, the artist has crafted objects that reflect the aesthetics of creative subversion and resistance.
Political actors' roles in regenerating the spectre of communism deserve closer attention.
Intangible Cultural Heritage processes carry a structure whose rigidity is out of place with the subject matter.
Southeast Asian antisemitism has often bemused scholars and researchers, because it has been described as an antisemitism without Jews.
Kolektif-kolektif berorientasi hak asasi manusia dari Indonesia telah dituduh anti-Semitis di salah satu pameran terbesar di Eropa, Dokumenta di Kassel, German.
Human-rights oriented Indonesian art collectives have been accused of anti-Semitism at one of Europe's largest art exhibitions, Documenta, in Kassel, Germany.
Their contributions were fundamental to shaping Vietnam’s early modern social, religious, and economic society, but historical scholarship has neglected their experiences for centuries.
It seems like being Thai means I have to overlook the barbaric killings and the state impunity as if it is a way of life.
Meet a legendary policeman who trained in martial arts and the occult...
Displacement is a key contributor to the trajectories of “Muslim” politics around the region...
How to track art history as the history of styles deriving from influences, and the history of modernism and its relationship to modernity? Is there art that links Southeast Asia as a region?
New Mandala and the Southeast Asia Institute at The Australian National University are pleased to present this seminar by Professor Adrian Vickers, who is a Visitor in the School of Culture History and Language.
ASEAN has precedent and success in interceding in struggles for diplomatic recognition at the United Nations during the Third Indochina War (1978-1991).
Why, after such a long hiatus, is underwater cultural heritage is once again being considered as an economic, not an archaeological or historical, resource?
For Indonesia and Australia, the salvage of Perth has put maritime heritage cooperation into the spotlight, prompting greater bilateral engagement.
The materiality of writing has major implications for the practice of history...When you look at a ‘medieval’ Javanese manuscript, it is almost always an 18th or 19th century copy of a copy of a copy ... and so on.
A discussion on the power and limits of colonial racial categories; Hadramis, Sayyids and Sharifas in maritime Southeast Asia; modernity and cultural hybridity; the descendants of Arabs in the Malay world today;
A critical reflection on the emergence, dominance and legacy of Java’s historic ‘empire’.
Ann Ang discusses the historical context, origins and identity of the Straits Chinese.
Medieval artefacts and manuscripts are explored by Alex West to give insight on the deep past of Southeast Asia.
Foreign correspondent and historian Frank Palmos reflects on his first translating job in Java in 1961.