Revues académiques sur l’Asie du Sud-Est – Lettres C-D-E


Aperçu général des revues de type « aires culturelles » publiant des articles de recherche sur l’Asie du Sud-Est. Lettres C-D-E.


Carnets du Viêt Nam

Éditée de 2003 à 2014 à Lyon, la revue trimestrielle Carnets du Viêt Nam propose un voyage culturel à travers une présentation richement illustrée et des articles en prise avec les changements sociaux et l’actualité vietnamiennes.

Historiens, sociologues, romanciers, poètes, illustrateurs, la revue abrite de nombreux auteurs reconnus et permet au lecteur d’appréhender les multiples facettes du Viêt Nam. Nombreuses recensions d’ouvrages. Idéal pour suivre l’évolution actuelle du pays.

ISSN : 1639-7649

  • Notice SUDOC : http://www.sudoc.fr/07623519X
  • Collection complète disponible à la Bibliothèque de recherche de l’Institut d’Asie Orientale à Lyon.

Contemporary Southeast Asia – A Journal of International and Strategic Affairs

Revue éditée par l’Institute of Southeast Asian studies (Singapour).

After more than two decades of existence, Contemporary Southeast Asia (CSEA) has entered a new phase of specialization to reflect more directly the changing priorities of the Institute of Southeast Asian Studies (ISEAS) as well as to cater to an increasing demand among our subscribers for a focus on issues related to domestic politics, international affairs, and regional security. This primary emphasis on political developments, socioeconomic change and international relations is in keeping with the rapid advances in the field of strategic studies concerning not just Southeast Asia but, indeed, the larger Asia-Pacific environment. 

Contemporary Southeast Asia comprises up-to-date analyses of important trends and events as well as authoritative and original contributions from leading scholars and observers on matters of current interest. It is also the policy of the Editorial Committee of CSEA to produce special issues in order to focus attention either on particular national situations or on major strategic trends in both Southeast Asia and the wider Asia-Pacific region. Contemporary Southeast Asia is published three times a year, in April, August, and December.

ISSN : 0129-797X et e-ISSN : 1793-284X


The Copenhagen Journal of Asian Studies

The Copenhagen Journal of Asian Studies (CJAS) is a leading international journal, which focuses on the economic, the political, the managerial and the socio-cultural transformation currently underway in contemporary Asia. The CJAS is a biannual publication of the Asia Research Centre, Copenhagen Business School.

First published at the University of Copenhagen in 1987 as Copenhagen Papers in East and Southeast Asian Studies, the title changed to Copenhagen Journal of Asian Studies (CJAS) in 1994. The Journal was hosted at the Copenhagen Business School between 2003–2019. Since 2020, CJAS is published by the CCRS – Department of Cross-Cultural and Regional Studies, University of Copenhagen

ISSN : 1395-4199 et e-ISSN : 2246-2163


Critical Asian Studies

Critical Asian Studies is a peer-reviewed quarterly journal that welcomes unsolicited essays, reviews, translations, interviews, photo essays, and letters about Asia and the Pacific, particularly those that challenge the accepted formulas for understanding the Asia and Pacific regions, the world, and ourselves. Published now by Routledge Journals, part of the Taylor & Francis Group, Critical Asian Studies remains true to the mission that was articulated for the journal in 1967 by the Committee of Concerned Asian Scholars :

— to develop a humane and knowledgeable understanding of Asian societies and their efforts to maintain cultural integrity and to confront such problems as poverty, oppression, and imperialism ;

— to create alternatives to the prevailing trends in scholarship on Asia, which too often spring from a parochial cultural perspective and serve selfish interests and expansionism.

ISSN : 1467-2715 + e-ISSN 1472-6033


Crossroads. An interdisciplinary journal of Southeast Asian Studies

Revue éditée par le Center for Southeast Asian Studies, Northern Illinois University de 1983 à 2008.

Established in 1983, Crossroads is a peer-reviewed journal which draws together a scholarly community of authors, reviewers, and readers from around the world. Readers can subscribe to the journal on an annual basis and/or purchase individual back copies. We invite submissions from researchers on all Southeast Asia topics for potential publication in the journal. In conjunction with the publishing community, Crossroads also maintains a book review program, through which readers may review complementary copies of recent publications on Southeast Asia.

After 26 years in print, Crossroads : An Interdisciplinary Journal of Southeast Asian Studies is ceasing publication with the forthcoming Vol. 19, No. 2, a special issue on Southeast Asian diasporas, edited by Nathalie Huynh Chau Nguyen. [24/11/2009]

ISSN : 0741-2037 


Explorations in Southeast Asian Studies

A Graduate Student Journal of Southeast Asian Studies. University of Hawai’i.

EXPLORATIONS is a publication wholly managed and
edited by a board of graduate students, in conjunction with the
Center for Southeast Asian Studies at the University of Hawaiʻi at
Mānoa and partially funded by the United States Department of
Education, through a Title VI grant.

The principle mission of EXPLORATIONS is to offer a forum
for students to present disciplinary and interdisciplinary research
on a broad range of issues relating principally to the region which
today constitutes Southeast Asia. Embracing both the diversity of
academic interests and scholastic expertise, it is hoped that this
forum will introduce students to the work of their colleagues,
encourage discussion both within and across disciplines, and foster
a sense of community among those interested in Southeast Asia.

ISSN : [s.o.]



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