Revues académiques sur l’Asie du Sud-Est – Lettre A

Aperçu général des revues de type “aires culturelles” publiant des articles de recherche sur l’Asie du Sud-Est. Lettre A.


Archipel – Etudes interdisciplinaires sur le monde insulindien

Archipel est une revue d’études interdisciplinaires sur le monde insulindien (Indonésie, Malaisie, Philippines, Singapour, Brunei Darussalam, Timor-Leste), créée en 1971, avec une attention particulière accordée aux sciences sociales et humaines.

ISSN : 0044-8613 et e-ISSN : 2104-3655 (Ressource dématérialisée)


Arts Asiatiques

Revue annuelle consacrée aux arts et à l’archéologie de l’Asie, créée par les Musées de France en 1924. Elle est publiée par l’EFEO en coopération avec les musées Guimet et Cernuschi, avec le concours du Centre national de la recherche scientifique et de la Direction des musées de France.

Arts Asiatiques (68 numéros, 1301 documents, 1962-2019) est en ligne sur le portail Persée.

ISSN : 2111-4552 et e-ISSN : 2111-4552 (Ressource dématérialisée)

Secrétariat de rédaction
Musée Guimet – Panthéon Bouddhique
19, avenue d’Iéna
75116 PARIS
Courriel : arts.asiatiques@efeo.net


Aséanie – Sciences humaines en Asie du Sud-Est

Revue francophone bi-annuelle, consacrée à la recherche en Sciences sociales et humaines en Asie du Sud-Est, fondée en1998. Elle est publiée par le centre EFEO de Bangkok en coopération avec le Sirindhorn Anthropology Centre, sous le haut patronage de S. A. R. la princesse Maha Chakri Sirindhorn. Elle reçoit en outre le soutien de l’Institut de recherche pour le développement, l’Institut de recherche sur le Sud-Est asiatique et le ministère français des Affaires étrangères.

Format 16 x 24 cm, 200 p. environ, ill., cartes, résumés français et anglais.

ISSN : 0859-9009


Asian Journal of Social Science

Formerly the Southeast Asian Journal of Social Science. Published continuously since it was launched in 1973, the Asian Journal of Social Science provides a forum for exploring issues in Southeast Asian societies. Contributions are from anthropology, economics, geography, history, language and literature, political science, psychology and sociology. The Asian Journal of Social Science is unique in three ways : It is the only Asia-wide journal of the social sciences. All other journals dealing with Asia tend to be area studies journals and focus on a particular discipline or part of Asia. The Asian Journal of Social Science, however, covers the Asian region and has a social science focusing on theoretical issues of the social sciences in the context of Asian empirical realities.

The Asian Journal of Social Science does not restrict itself to coverage of Asian topics. Articles written by people from the region are also accepted.

The journal publishes book reviews and review essays of works published in the various languages of Asia as well as other languages in which there is social scientific literature on Asian topics.

Publisher : BRILL

ISSN : 1568-4849 et e-ISSN : 2212-3857


Asian Studies Review

Asian Studies Review adopts a contemporary approach to area studies and welcomes new research in related disciplines. Areas covered include recent academic explorations in cultural studies, film, popular culture, health sciences and the environment, as well as current research in the disciplines of economics, politics, sociology, history, language, literature, philosophy and religion. The journal also includes review articles and book reviews.

Asian Studies Review is associated with the Asian Studies Association of Australia, a professional organisation devoted to study of all aspects of Asia.

ISSN : 1035-7823 et e-ISSN : 1467-8403


Asian Affairs

Asian Affairs, the Journal of the Royal Society for Asian Affairs, has been published continuously since 1914 (formerly as the Journal of the Royal Central Asian Society). Asian Affairs covers the whole region of Asia – the Middle East, Central Asia, South Asia, South East Asia and East Asia. The Journal has a multi-disciplinary approach, which includes social, political and historical perspectives as well as contemporary affairs.

Asian Affairs, is published quarterly by Taylor and Francis,  It was first published as the Journal of the Central Asian Society and has been in continuous production for over 100 years.  Members receive hard copies of the journal (cost for non-members £162/year) and have free online access to the entire back catalogue of articles and book reviews.

ISSN : 0306-8374 et e-ISSN : 1477-1500


Asian Perspectives – The Journal of Archaeology for Asia and the Pacific

Asian Perspectives is the leading peer-reviewed archaeological journal devoted to the prehistory of Asia and the Pacific region. In addition to archaeology, it features articles and book reviews on ethnoarchaeology, palaeoanthropology, physical anthropology,and ethnography of interest and use to the prehistorian. International specialists contribute regional reports summarizing current research and fieldwork, and present topical reports of significant sites. Occasional special issues focus on single topics.

ISSN : 0066-8435 et e-ISSN : 1535-8283


Asia Pacific Journal of Anthropology (The)

The Asia Pacific Journal of Anthropology (TAPJA) is a leading refereed scholarly journal that publishes social and cultural anthropological  research with a focus on the Asia and Pacific region, including Australia. This region has been a crucible for significant  advances in the discipline and remains an important site for the development of concepts and debates. The international focus of the journal encompasses regional scholars and emerging voices from centres of research in the region. Contributions may include digital media files, including video, that are published in the online version.

TAPJA publishes review essays, reviews of books and multimedia products (including music, films, and web sites) relevant to anthropological research and education.

The journal is now published 5 times a year. This allows timely publication of single articles as well the space to explore important current themes in special issues.

TAPJA is jointly published by the Department of Anthropology, School of Culture, History and Language, College of Asia and the Pacific and the School of Archaeology and Anthropology, College of Arts and Social Sciences at The Australian National University. TAPJA has been published continuously since 1977, formerly as Canberra Anthropology. Canberra Anthropology is now also available online through Informaworld.

ISSN : 1444-2213 et e-ISSN : 1740-9314


Asia Pacific ViewPoint

Asia Pacific Viewpoint is a journal of international scope, particularly in the fields of geography and its allied disciplines. Reporting on research in East and South East Asia, as well as the Pacific region, coverage includes :

– the growth of linkages between countries within the Asia Pacific region, including international investment, migration, and political and economic co-operation.

– the environmental consequences of agriculture, industrial and service growth, and resource developments within the region.

– first hand field work into rural, industrial, and urban developments and which are able to demonstrate relevance to the wider Pacific, East and South East Asia.

– theoretical research demonstrating the utility of concepts and frameworks for understanding of development patterns within the Asia Pacific region.

ISSN : 1360-7456 et e-ISSN : 1467-8373



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indomemoires (17 juillet 2020). Revues académiques sur l’Asie du Sud-Est – Lettre A. Indochina Sources. Consulté le 17 juillet 2024 à l’adresse https://doi.org/10.58079/q6ar


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