Kyoto-CSEAS Series on Asian Studies

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In recognition of the rapid growth of quality scholarship in East and Southeast Asia, NUS Press, Kyoto University Press and the Kyoto University Center for Southeast Asian Studies inaugurated this series in 2009, in order to promote and make this fine scholarly output available globally. We aim to produce works that will make significant contribution to the field of Southeast Asian studies, with clear and concise arguments on relevant questions in the field. The refereeing process is overseen jointly by the publication committee at Kyoto CSEAS and NUS Press, with reviews by top scholars in the field.

  • The Phantom World of Digul: Policing as Politics in Colonial Indonesia, 1926-1941

    The Phantom World of Digul: Policing as Politics in Colonial Indonesia, 1926-1941

    RM110.00
  • Unraveling Myanmar's Transition: Progress, Retrenchment and Ambiguity Amidst Liberalization

    Unraveling Myanmar’s Transition: Progress, Retrenchment and Ambiguity Amidst Liberalization

    , , , RM125.00
  • Writing History in America's Shadow: Japan, the Philippines, and the Question of Pan-Asianism

    Writing History in America’s Shadow: Japan, the Philippines, and the Question of Pan-Asianism

    , , RM125.00
  • Questioning Modernity in Indonesia and Malaysia

    Questioning Modernity in Indonesia and Malaysia

    , RM48.00
  • Organising under the Revolution: Unions and the State in Java, 1945-48

    Organising under the Revolution: Unions and the State in Java, 1945-48

    , , RM105.00