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Instituts et centre de recherches français sur l’Asie du Sud-Est

EFEO – École française d’Extrême Orient

22, avenue du Président Wilson
75116 PARIS
tél. 01 53.70.18.60
fax 01.53.70.87.60

L’EFEO a pour mission la recherche et la formation à la recherche, notamment par le travail sur le terrain dans toutes les disciplines qui se rapportent aux civilisations de l’Asie, principalement de la Chine, du Japon, de la Haute-Asie, de l’Asie du Sud-Est et de la péninsule indienne.

Site Web : www.efeo.fr
Au Laos : http://laos.efeo.fr/

IAO – Institut d’Asie Orientale

IAO – ENS Lettres & Sciences Humaines
15, Parvis R. Descartes BP 7000 69342 LYON cedex France
tel : +33 (0)4 37 37 64 76
fax : +33 (0)4 37 37 64 33 
e-mail : iao(at)ens-lsh.fr

Fondé en 1993 par un groupe de chercheurs des Universités lyonnaises avec le soutien du CNRS, l’Institut d’Asie Orientale a pour mission de développer la recherche en sciences sociales sur la Chine, le Japon, la Corée, Taiwan et le Vietnam. Il a vocation à s’affirmer comme un pôle structurant en matière de recherche sur l’Asie Orientale contemporaine.

Site Web : www.iao.ish-lyon.cnrs.fr

IRASEC – Institut de Recherche sur l’Asie du Sud-Est Contemporaine

179 Thanon Witthayu Lumphini, Pathum Wan
Bangkok 10330 Thailand
tel : +66 (0) 26 70 42 91
fax : +66 (0) 26 70 42 90
e-mail : administration(at)irasec.com

Basé à Bangkok, l’Institut de Recherche sur l’Asie du Sud-Est Contemporaine constitue un maillon du réseau de centres de recherche du ministère français des Affaires Étrangères. Il fait appel à des scientifiques de tous horizons pour mener à bien des travaux sur les grandes questions politiques, économiques, sociales et environnementales qui touchent, collectivement ou séparément, les onze pays de la région (Brunei, la Birmanie, le Cambodge, l’Indonésie, le Laos, la Malaysia, les Philippines, Singapour, la Thaïlande, Timor Lorosa’e et le Vietnam).

Site Web : www.irasec.com

IrAsia – Institut de recherches asiatiques

UMR 7306 – CNRS / Aix-Marseille Université
3 place Victor Hugo
13003 Marseille
Tel : 04 13 55 07 22
e-mail : louise.bertaux-pichard(at)univ-amu.fr

L’unité mixte de recherche IrAsia est née le 1er janvier 2012 de la fusion de l’IRSEA, « Institut de Recherche sur le Sud-Est Asiatique », avec l’équipe LEO2T, « Littératures d’Extrême-Orient, Textes et Traduction ». Elle regroupe des chercheurs du CNRS et des enseignants-chercheurs de l’université d’Aix-Marseille (AMU) au sein de la Maison Asie-Pacifique (MAP) installée sur le campus Saint-Charles de Marseille.
Les membres de l’IrAsia sont des spécialistes reconnus des principales aires culturelles asiatiques puisque s’étendant de l’Inde au Japon, en passant par la Corée, la Chine, le Viêt Nam, les Philippines, le Cambodge, le Laos, la Birmanie, l’Indonésie, Taiwan et la Thaïlande. Anthropologues, sociologues, historiens, géographes, spécialistes des langues et des littératures de ces pays travaillent ensemble sur plusieurs axes de recherche concernant les langues, l’histoire, les cultures, les peuples, les sociétés et les littératures d’Asie.
L’équipe possède un fonds documentaire important en langues occidentales et en langues vernaculaires.
Le Master « Aire Culturelle asiatique » s’appuie sur cette équipe dans la formation à la recherche délivrée à ses étudiants qui doivent participer aux séminaires qui y sont organisés. De nombreux doctorants sont formés au sein de cette équipe qui accueille aussi des étudiants étrangers et des post-doctorants.
L’équipe produit trois revues : la revue Moussons, Recherche en sciences humaines sur l’Asie du Sud-Est, en version papier diffusée par les Presses universitaires de Provence, et en ligne sur revues.org et deux revues littéraires électroniques : IdEO (Impressions d’Extrême-Orient) et Keulmadang (Littérature coréenne).
Située à l’Espace Yves-Mathieu (Campus Saint-Charles de Marseille) et à la faculté des lettres du site Schuman d’Aix-en-Provence, l’UMR IrAsia constitue un maillon fort de la recherche en sciences humaines et sociales menée au sein de l’AMU.

Site Web : http://sites.univ-provence.fr/irsea/

CASE – Centre Asie du Sud-Est

UMR 8170 – CNRS-EHESS
190-198 avenue de France (6ème étage A)  75244 Paris cedex 13
Tél. secrétariat : 33 (0)1 49 54 83 24
Fax : 33 (0)1 49 54 83 25
e-mail : dir.case(at)ehess.fr

Directrice : Bénédicte Brac de la Perrière  Co-directeurs : André Itéanu, Rémy Madinier, Dana Rappoport
Le Centre Asie du Sud-Est (CASE) constitue un pôle majeur d’études sur l’Asie du Sud-Est en France. Unité mixte de recherche de l’École des Hautes Études en Sciences Sociales (EHESS) et du Centre National de la Recherche Scientifique (CNRS), fondée en 2006, elle mène des recherches interdisciplinaires sur les dix pays du sud-est asiatique stricto sensu, c’est-à-dire membres de l’ASEAN (Birmanie, Brunei, Cambodge, Indonésie, Laos, Malaysia, Philippines, Singapour, Thaïlande et Vietnam), mais aussi des régions ou des Etats voisins, tels le Timor Leste, la Papouasie Nouvelle Guinée, Taïwan et la Chine méridionale.
Le CASE interroge l’idée d’ « Asie du Sud-Est » qui est en fait, pour l’essentiel, une création postcoloniale. Le terme même n’apparaît qu’à partir de la Deuxième Guerre mondiale. Loin d’essentialiser cet objet, notre centre s’intéresse aux peuples et aux sociétés de la région tant dans leur singularité que dans leurs relations mutuelles. Il produit un savoir sur ces sociétés dont le rôle et le poids ne cessent de croître dans le monde contemporain.
Le Centre compte près de trente chercheurs (CNRS, EFEO, EPHE, INALCO) relevant de différentes disciplines : histoire, archéologie, géographie, linguistique, anthropologie, ethnomusicologie.
Le CASE est aussi un centre de documentation dont la bibliothèque possède un fonds important d’ouvrage sur l’Indonésie et l’Asie du Sud-Est insulaire. Son catalogue est en ligne sur le site de la Bibliothèque Universitaire des Langues et Civilisations (BULAC).

Bibliothèque Archipel-CASE : Maison de l’Asie  22 avenue du Président Wilson, 75116 PARIS  Tél : 33 (0)1 53 70 18 21 Fax : 33 (0)1 53 70 18 63

Site Web : http://www.case.cnrs.fr/

MAP – Maison Asie Pacifique

CNRS / Aix-Marseille Université
3 Place Victor Hugo
13003 Marseille
tel : 33 04 13 55 07 21
e-mail : isabelle.dupeuble(at)univ-amu.fr

La Maison Asie-Pacifique est une Unité Mixte de Service (UMS MAP 1885) dont les deux tutelles sont Aix-Marseille Université (AMU) et le CNRS. Elle fournit des outils de travail aux membres de deux Unités Mixtes de recherche : le CREDO (Centre de Recherche et de Documentation sur l’Océanie – UMR7308) et  l’IrAsia (Institut de recherches Asiatiques – UMR7306).
L’expression de Maison Asie-Pacifique est par ailleurs couramment employée pour désigner l’ensemble de ces composantes. Il comprend plus de 100 personnes (enseignants-chercheurs et chercheurs titulaires et associés, doctorants, techniciens-ingénieurs) dont le rattachement principal ou secondaire à une même structure leur permet de profiter d’un lieu de rencontre et de travail doté d’une synergie globale, au-delà des effets d’une simple logique de site.

Site Web : http://sites.univ-provence.fr/map/map2/

Départements et programmes d’études sur l’Asie du Sud-Est en France

INALCO – Institut national des langues et civilisations orientales

Siège 1 – 2 rue de Lille
75343 Paris cedex 07 France
Tél  : 01 49 26 42 00
Fax : 01 49 26 42 99

L’Institut national des langues et civilisations orientales (INALCO), grand établissement à caractère scientifique, culturel et professionnel sous tutelle du Ministère de la jeunesse, de l’éducation nationale et de la recherche , a pour vocation d’enseigner les langues de l’Europe Centrale et Orientale, de l’Asie, de l’Océanie, de l’Afrique et des populations aborigènes de l’Amérique, ainsi que la géographie, l’histoire, les institutions, la vie politique, économique et sociale des pays concernés (décret statutaire 90-414 du 14 mai 1990).

Au total, environ 90 langues et civilisations sont enseignées ; pour certaines d’entre elles seul un cursus partiel est assuré. A cela s’ajoute un enseignement à vocation professionnelle au sein des filières.

Site Web: http://www.inalco.fr

 

Centres de recherches / programmes d’études sur l’Asie du Sud-Est à l’étranger

Allemagne

Australie

Cambodge

Canada

Danemark

États-Unis

Finlande

Grande-Bretagne

Hollande

Hong Kong

Japan

Singapour

Suède

Thaïlande

 

Associations professionnelles sur l’Asie du Sud-Est

  • ASIALEX – The Asian Association for lexicography
    Site web : http://www.asialex.org/
  • Association d’Echanges et de Formation pour les Etudes Khmères (AEFEK)
    Site web : http://aefek.free.fr/index.html
  • Association of South East Asian Studies in the UK (Aseasuk)
    Site web : http://mercury.soas.ac.uk/aseasuk/
  • European Association of Southeast Asian Studies (Euroseas)
    Site web : http://www.euroseas.org/
  • The Association for Asian Studies (AAS) Southeast Asia Council
    Site web : http://www.aasianst.org/councils/SEAC.htm
  • Société des Etudes Euro-Asiatiques
    Fondée en 1977, la Société des Etudes euro-asiatiques (association loi de 1901) fut d’abord hébergée au musée de l’Homme où elle rejoignait ses aînées, les Sociétés des Américanistes, des Africanistes et des Océanistes. Elle a maintenant son siège social au musée du quai Branly. La Société publie chaque année un numéro de la collection Eurasie aux éditions de L’Harmattan.
    Site web : http://www.s-e-e-a.fr/
  • Vietnam Studies Association of Australia (VSAA)
    Site web : http://vsaa.anu.edu.au/

Revues sur l’Asie du Sud-Est

  • Archipel – Etudes interdisciplinaires sur le monde insulindien
    Archipel
    est une revue d’études interdisciplinaires sur le monde insulindien (Indonésie, Malaisie, Philippines, Singapour, Brunei Darussalam), créée en 1971, avec une attention particulière accordée aux sciences sociales. Revue publiée avec le concours du Centre National de la Recherche Scientifique et de l’Institut des Langues et Civilisations Orientales, Paris.
    http://www.revue-archipel.fr/
  • 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.
    http://www.efeo.fr/publications/aa.shtml
  • ASEAN Economic Bulletin
    The Institute of Southeast Asian Studies launched the ASEAN Economic Bulletin in July 1984. Since then, its increasing circulation has demonstrated its value as a forum for exploring aspects of economic and political interaction and co-operation among ASEAN countries, as well as ASEAN’s relations with its major trade partners in the world. The Bulletin publishes articles, short papers, and reviews on the economics and political economy of ASEAN and its member countries. It also provides documentation on ASEAN economic development and co-operation, and on research activities relating to the Asia-Pacific region. The Bulletin is published three times a year, in April, August, and December.
    http://muse.jhu.edu/journals/asean_economic_bulletin/
  • Aseanie– 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.La revue sera prochainement mise en ligne sur le site Revues.orghttp://www.efeo.fr/publications/aseanie.shtml
  • 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 Scienceprovides 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 Scienceis 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.http://www.ingentaconnect.com/content/brill/saj http://www.brill.nl/m_catalogue_sub6_id8612.htm
  • 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.
    http://coombs.anu.edu.au/SpecialProj/ASAA/as-review.html
  • 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 Affairscovers 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.http://www.tandf.co.uk/journals/titles/03068374.asp
  • 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.http://www.uhpress.hawaii.edu/journals/ap/
  • Asia Pacific Journal of Anthropology
    The Asia Pacific Journal of Anthropology (TAPJA, formerly Canberra Anthropology) is a leading refereed scholarly journal devoted to the anthropological study of Asia and the Pacific. It is published jointly by the Department of Anthropology in the Research School of Pacific and Asian Studies, and the Department of Archaeology and Anthropology in the Faculty of Arts, The Australian National University, Canberra.The journal provides a forum for the publication of research in all branches of anthropology relating to the Asia Pacific region, including Australia, publishing papers concerned with contemporary debates in anthropology, as well as ethnographic papers.http://rspas.anu.edu.au/anthropology/tapja/
  • 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.

    http://www.blackwellpublishing.com/journal.asp?ref=1360-7456&site=1

  • BEFEO – Bulletin de l’École française d’Extrême Orient
    Bulletin de l’École française d’Extrême-Orient publie annuellement des travaux scientifiques portant sur l’Asie, en français ou en anglais, dans tous les domaines des sciences humaines et sociales. C’est l’une des revues les plus anciennes dans le champ des études asiatiques.
    Les anciens numéros (1901-2003) du BEFEO sont désormais en ligne sur le portail Persée:http://www.persee.fr/listIssues.do?key=befeohttp://www.efeo.fr/publications/befeo.shtml
  • BRB – Borneo Research Bulletin
    Clifford Sather, Editor; Dr. A.V.M. Horton, Book Reviews and Bibliography. PDF versions of vols. 1-30 are available hereIndexed by author of articles /Indexed by titles of articles /Indexed by volumeThe Borneo Researh Council promotes scientific research in the social, biological, and medical sciences in Borneo; permit the research community, interested Borneo government departments, and others to keep abreast of ongoing research and its results; serve as a vehicle for drawing attention to urgent research and its results; coordinate the flow of information on Borneo research arising from many diverse sources; disseminate rapidly the initial results of research activity; inform the interested public on research in Borneo. With more than 60 titles publication available.
  • Contemporary Southeast Asia – A Journal of International and Strategic Affairs
    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 Asiais published three times a year, in April, August, and December.http://muse.jhu.edu/journals/csa/
  • 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. http://rauli.cbs.dk/index.php/cjas
  • 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.

    http://www.informaworld.com/smpp/title~db=all~content=t713695955

  • Crossroads. An interdisciplinary journal of Southeast Asian StudiesEstablished 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] http://www.cseas.niu.edu/
  • Explorations in Southeast Asian StudiesA Graduate Student Journal of Southeast Asian Studies. University of Hawai’i.
    Theprinciple 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.

    http://www.hawaii.edu/cseas/pubs/explore/explorations.html 
  • Hmong Studies Journal
    The Hmong Studies Journalis a unique and established peer-reviewed Internet-based academic publication devoted to the scholarly discussion of Hmong history, Hmong culture, Hmong people, and other facets of the Hmong experience in the U.S., Asia and around the world. The Hmong Studies Journal has published 11 online volumes and 13 online issues since 1996. Over this time, the Hmong Studies Journal has established itself as the most authoritative and widely cited scholarly journal devoted to academic studies related to the Hmong diaspora and Hmong culture and history. Hmong Studies Journal Editor: Mark E. Pfeifer, PhDhttp://www.hmongstudies.org/HmongStudiesJournal.html
  • Indonesia and the Malay World
    Indonesia and the Malay World
    is an international scholarly journal which focuses its study of the region on languages, literatures, art, archaeology, history, religion, anthropology and the performing arts. It is published three times a year, in March, July, and November. First published in 1973 as Indonesia Circle, the change of journal title indicates its concern with the entire Malay world and signals a desire to encompass more fully the study of the region. Acting editor:  Dr Ben Murtagh bm10(at)soas.ac.uk
    http://www.tandf.co.uk/journals/carfax/13639811.html
    http://www.informaworld.com/smpp/title~content=t713426698
  • Inside Indonesia
    Inside Indonesia
    was set up in Melbourne by the Indonesian Resources and Information Program (IRIP) in 1983. Inside Indonesiaaims to provide a deeper image of Indonesia than that painted by mainstream media. It focuses on human rights, environmental, social and political issues, but is not limited to those issues. It is not an academic journal, but a publication which produces high standard, interesting, jargon free material about Indonesia by Indonesians or by others who have travelled, lived and/or done research in the country. Après plus de 20 ans de publication au format papier, le magazine est en ligne.www.insideindonesia.org
  • The Journal of Asian Studies
    Published in February, May, August, and November, The Journal of Asian Studies(JAS) has long been recognized as the most authoritative and prestigious publication in the field of Asian studies. This quarterly has been published regularly since 1941, offering Asianists a wealth of information unavailable elsewhere. JAS publishes the very best empirical and multidisciplinary work on Asia, spanning the arts, history, literature, the social sciences, and cultural studies. Experts around the world turn to this quarterly journal for the latest in-depth scholarship on Asia’s past and present, for its extensive book reviews, and for its state-of-the-field essays on established and emerging topics. With coverage reaching from South and Southeast Asia to China, Inner Asia, and Northeast Asia, JAS welcomes broad comparative and transnational studies as well as essays emanating from fine-grained historical, cultural, political, or literary research and interpretation. The JAS also publishes clusters of papers representing new and vibrant discussions on specific themes and issues.http://www.aasianst.org/publications/JAS.htm
  • Journal Asiatique
    Le Journal Asiatique est une publication de la Société Asiatique avec le concours du Centre National de la Recherche Scientifique. Le Journal, publié sans interruption depuis 1822, présente le résultat de recherches dans les domaines et les disciplines des études orientales, en langue française et en langues européennes. Les textes originaux sont reproduits dans la langue orientale du domaine. Chaque numéro contient des articles originaux, le compte-rendu des séances mensuelles, la liste des membres de la Société Asiatique, et le compte-rendu des ouvrages reçus à la Société Asiatique. Le Journal Asiatiqueest dirigé par le Conseil scientifique de la Société Asiatique.http://www.aibl.fr/fr/asie/home.html
  • The Journal of Burma Studies
    The Journal of Burma Studies
    is the only scholarly journal in the world to publish exclusively on research and writing about Burma (Myanmar). It was established in March 1996 through a joint decision by the Southeast Asia Publications program of NIU’s Center for Southeast Asian Studies, the Burma Studies Foundation, NIU’s Center for Burma Studies, and the Burma Studies Group of the Association for Asian Studies. Two issues appeared in 1997, and since then the journal has been published annually.
    http://www.niu.edu/burma/publications/index.shtml
  • Journal of Current Southeast Asian Affairs
    The Journal of Current Southeast Asian Affairs, published by the GIGA Institute of Asian Studies (IAS) in Hamburg, is an internationally refereed journal. The quarterly publication focuses on current developments in international relations, politics, economics, society, education, environment and law in Southeast Asia. The topics covered should not only be oriented towards specialists in Southeast Asian affairs, but should also be of relevance to readers with a practical interest in the region.For more than three decades, the Journal of Current Southeast Asian Affairs (formerly Südostasien aktuell) has regularly provided – six times per year – insightful and in-depth analyses of current issues in political, social and economic life; culture; and development in Southeast Asia. It continues to be devoted to the transfer of scholarly insights to a wider audience and is the leading German-language academic journal devoted exclusively to this region. On the web page http://www.giga-hamburg.de/suedostasien-aktuellinterested readers will find abstracts and the tables of contents of former issues of the journal. In 2006 the journal was re-established as a peer-reviewed, academic journal. Publication has been reduced to four issues a year, and an international editorial board has been established to ensure high-quality content. The journal’s articles examine political, social and economic developments in all 11 countries of the region (Brunei, Cambodia, East Timor, Indonesia, Laos, Malaysia, Myanmar, the Philippines, Singapore, Thailand, Vietnam), as well as intra-regional (ASEAN) and transregional relations (ASEAN-China, ASEAN-US, etc.). There is also a book review section which covers new publications on Southeast Asia.http://hup.sub.uni-hamburg.de/giga/jsaa/index
  • Journal of Lao Studies
    The Journal of Lao Studiesis a peer reviewed journal for articles in all fields related to Lao Studies. JLS is a publication of the Center for Lao Studies. The Center for Lao Studies was formed in 2006 as a non-profit, public benefit organization, incorporated in the state of California. The mission of the Center for Lao Studies is to promote and advance the field of Lao Studies in all disciplines through research, education, seminars, conferences and cultural exchanges, and exchange programs.http://laostudies.org
  • Journal of the Malaysian Branch of the Royal Asiatic Society
    TheJournal of Malaysian Branch of the Royal Asiatic Society (JMBRAS) is published half-yearly by the Malaysian Branch of the Royal Asiatic Society (MBRAS). It disseminates knowledge and matters of historical value pertaining to Malaysia and the surrounding region. http://www.mbras.org.my/
  • The Journal of the Siam Society
    The Siam Society, under Royal Patronage, is one of Thailand’s oldest and most active learned organization. The object of the Society is to investigate and to encourage the arts and sciences in Thailand and neighbouring countries. Since the Society established its Journal in 1904, it has become one of the leading scholarly publications in South-East Asia. The Journal is international in outlook, carrying original articles of enduring value in English.http://www.siam-society.org/
    http://www.siam-society.org/announcements/258
  • Journal of Southeast Asian Studies
    The Journal of Southeast Asian Studiesis one of the principal outlets for scholarly articles on Southeast Asia (Brunei, Cambodia, Indonesia, Laos, Malaysia, Myanmar, the Philippines, East Timor, Singapore, Thailand and Vietnam). Embracing a wide range of academic disciplines in the humanities and social sciences, the journal publishes manuscripts oriented toward a scholarly readership but written to be accessible to non-specialists. The extensive book review section includes works in Southeast Asian languages.Editor: Yong Mun Cheong, National University of Singaporehttp://uk.cambridge.org/journals/sea/intro.htm
    http://journals.cambridge.org/action/displayJournal?jid=SEA
  • The Journal of Vietnamese Studies
    Journal of Vietnamese Studies
    is a new journal that promotes and publishes original social science and humanities research about Vietnamese history, politics, culture and society, as well as Vietnam-related topics that have traditionally been set apart from mainstream area studies scholarship such as the Vietnamese diaspora and the Vietnam War. In addition to full-length research articles, the Journal of Vietnamese Studies includes book reviews, communications with the editor, and occasionally also translations of important Vietnamese language documents and texts. Additionally, a regular section reserved for book reviews and longer review essays serves to provide a running diagnosis of the state of the field and to establish an arena for deliberation, conversation and debate about both new work and significant intellectual trends within Vietnamese studies as a whole.Starting with Volume 3 (2008), Journal of Vietnamese Studies has moved to triannual publication. The new publishing months are February, June, October.http://ucpressjournals.com/journal.asp?j=vs
  • Kasarinlan – Philippine Journal of Third World Studies
    Kasarinlan
    is an international refereed journal published twice a year by the Third World Studies Center, College of Social Sciences and Philosophy, University of the Philippines, Diliman. It provides a forum for critical and interdisciplinary perspectives on the Philippines and the Third World with special reference to political economy.
    http://www.upd.edu.ph/~twsc/publications_kasarinlan.html
  • Kyoto Review of Southeast Asia
    The Kyoto Review of Southeast Asiahas been launched to promote exchange among the intellectual communities of Southeast Asia. Our primary goal is to bring news of important publications, debates, and ideas into region-wide circulation through lively and accessible writing. We also want to encourage more sustained engagement between university-based intellectuals and those working in NGOs, journalism, and cultural production. Each issue is organized around a theme and reviews recent work, especially books published in the region and in local languages. Recognizing that mutual inaccessibility of national languages is an important barrier to deepening knowledge of neighboring countries, we use translation to facilitate informed discussion. Editor, Donna Amorosohttp://kyotoreview.cseas.kyoto-u.ac.jp/issue/issue5/index.html
  • Le Banian – Publication de l’association franco-indonésienne Pasar Malam
    Publication semestrielle de l’association franco-indonésienne Pasar Malam consacrée à la vie intellectuelle en Indonésie ou en lien avec l’archipel. Chaque numéro propose des poèmes, des monographies, études sociologiques, articles de fond sur la vie culturelle,  des nouvelles ou extraits de romans, etc, le tout en français.http://pasarmalam.free.fr/banian/index.html
  • Modern Asian Studies
    Modern Asian Studies
    promotes original, innovative and rigorous research on the history, sociology, economics and culture of modern Asia. Covering South Asia, South-East Asia, China, Japan and Korea, the journal is published in six parts each year. It welcomes articles which deploy inter-disciplinary and comparative research methods. Modern Asian Studiesspecialises in the publication of longer monographic essays based on path-breaking new research; it also carries substantial synoptic essays which illuminate the state of the broad field in fresh ways. It contains a book review section which offers detailed analysis of important new publications in the field.http://journals.cambridge.org/action/displayJournal?jid=ASS
  • Revue Moussons – Recherche en sciences humaines sur l’Asie du Sud-Est
    Créée en 1999, Moussons est une revue de l’UMR IrAsia. Elle est la seule revue en France à couvrir l’ensemble de l’aire sud-est asiatique dans ses parties insulaire et continentale, prenant aussi en considération ses marges indiennes, chinoises et océaniennes.
    Comparative et interdisciplinaire, elle accueille toutes les sciences humaines et sociales. Si l’accent est porté sur l’anthropologie, la géographie, l’histoire contemporaine, la linguistique et la sociologie, la revue accueille aussi les études archéologiques, épigraphiques, littéraires, économiques et politiques.
    Par ailleurs, la politique éditoriale de Moussons accorde une grande importance à la publication de travaux de recherche menés par des chercheurs asiatiques sur les pays de l’ASEAN.
    D’audience internationale, sélectionnée dans la catégorie des revues internationales par l’ERIH et figurant sur la liste des revues AERES, Moussons publie bisannuellement des articles, des notes de recherche et des comptes rendus d’ouvrages.
    Rédigée en français et en anglais, avec un comité de lecture international, Moussons diffuse des travaux de qualité fondés sur une recherche originale : cas d’étude ciblés, études ethnographiques, témoignages historiques ou littéraires, faits de société actuels ou passés, propositions théoriques, nouveaux objets.
    Depuis 2010, Moussons est éditée par les Presses Universitaires de Provence(PUP).
    Moussons
    est publiée avec le concours de l’Institut National des Sciences Humaines et Sociales (INSHS) du CNRS et de Aix-Marseille Université.
    Moussons
    est adhérente à Revues.org, plateforme de revues et collections de livres en sciences humaines et sociales. Dans ce cadre, elle appartient également au bouquet de revues du programme Freemium mis en place par OpenEdition. http://sites.univ-provence.fr/irsea/spip.php?rubrique35 et http://moussons.revues.org/
  • Oral Tradition
    OT was founded in 1986 to serve as an international and interdisciplinary forum for discussion of worldwide oral traditions and related forms. All back issues of Oral Tradition, from volume one, number one (1986) to the present are now available online, open-access, and free of charge. Please visit the master-index of back issuesfor a full listing and links to individual issues and individual articles.http://journal.oraltradition.org
  • Pacific Affairs
    Pacific Affairs
    is a peer-reviewed scholarly journal focussing on important current political, economic and social issues throughout Asia and the Pacific. Each issue contains approximately five new articles and 40-50 book reviews. Published since 1927.
    http://pacificaffairs.ubc.ca/
  • Péninsule – Etudes Interdisciplinaires sur l’Asie du Sud-Est Péninsulaire
    Péninsule
    paraît sur un rythme semestriel, chaque livraison comptant entre 200 et 250 pages, et se veut, au sein des disciplines de Sciences Humaines résolument pluridisciplinaire et décloisonnée dans le rapport au  » terrain « . Son champ d’application est l’Asie du Sud-Est péninsulaire au sens le plus large (le triangle Assam, Chine du Sud, Singapour), avec le souci d’en mettre le plus possible la mosaïque des données fragmentaires en relation avec leurs contextes géopolitiques et culturels : d’abord les trois mondes indien, chinois, et nousantarien ; et au-delà avec le jeu des grandes diaspora religieuses, économiques, politiques ou autres (commerçants musulmans, colonisateurs occidentaux, navigateurs du Grand-Est, etc.).http://peninsule.free.fr/pages/24alhomepag.html
  • Singapore Journal of Tropical Geography
    The Singapore Journal of Tropical Geography is an international, multidisciplinary journal jointly published three times a year by the Department of Geography, National University of Singapore, and Blackwell Publishing. The SJTGprovides a forum for discussion of problems and issues in the tropical world; it includes theoretical and empirical articles that deal with the physical and human environments and developmental issues from geographical and interrelated disciplinary viewpoints. We welcome contributions from geographers as well as other scholars from the humanities, social sciences and environmental sciences with an interest in tropical research.http://www.blackwellpublishing.com/journal.asp?ref=0129-7619&site=1
  • SOAS Bulletin of Burma Research
    The SBBR provides a forum for critical research and academic debate on Burma. Thus, we publish articles based on primary research, reprint seminal pieces of the past, book reviews on current research publications, archival reports, recent dissertation abstracts, and news on the greater field. The SBBR is one of only three scholarly journals devoted to Burma Research outside of Burma. We publish twice per year which keeps research current, encouraging valuable academic discussion and debates. Editor, Mike Charney.
    http://Web.soas.ac.uk/burma/bulletin.htm
  • South East Asia Research
    Published three times per year by IP Publishing on behalf of SOAS, South East Asia Researchincludes papers on all aspects of South East Asia within the disciplines of archaeology, art history, economics, geography, history, language and literature, law, music, political science, social anthropology and religious studies. Papers are based on original research or field work. Editor, Ian Brown.http://www.ippublishing.com/general_asia.htm
  • Southeast Asian Studies
    The Center for Southeast Asian Studies (CSEAS) is a multidisciplinary research institute attached to Kyoto University. The editorial office publishes the Centre’s quarterly journal, Tonan Ajia Kenkyu (Southeast Asian Studies, SEAS), which started in 1963. Articles are in Japanese or English and contributions are accepted from Japanese and foreign scholars. Electronic reproductions of Southeast Asian Studies from the inaugural issue through Vol.46, No.1 (June 2008) are available. Individuals are free to view, reproduce, and print out whole or partial copies for private, academic use only.  
    http://www.cseas.kyoto-u.ac.jp/seas/index_en.htm
  • Südostasien Aktuell – Journal of Current Southeast Asian Affairs
    Südostasien aktuell – Journal of Current Southeast Asian Affairs is an internationally refereed academic journal published by the GIGA Institute of Asian Studies, Hamburg. The quarterly journal focuses on current developments in Southeast Asia. Südostasien aktuellis devoted to the transfer of scholarly insights to a wide audience. The topics covered should therefore not only be orientated towards specialists in Southeast Asian affairs, but should also be of relevance to readers with a practical interest in the region. The editors welcome contributions on contemporary Southeast Asia that are concerned with the fields of international relations, politics, economics, society, education, environment or law. Articles should be theoretically grounded, empirically sound and reflect the state of the art in contemporary Southeast Asian studies.http://chinabbsresearch.de/index.php?file=z_soa.html&folder=publikationen

Autres ressources

  • Réseau DocAsie
    Le réseau national DocAsie est un réseau thématique pluridisciplinaire et de compétences. Il permet de recenser les fonds spécialisés sur l’Asie, de créer ou de resserrer les liens entre les centres de documentation et de favoriser les échanges. La diversité des structures (labos CNRS ou mixtes, départements de BU, BnF, bibliothèques municipales, fonds d’archives, etc.), loin d’être un obstacle, est une richesse qui promet de fructueuses rencontres. A partir d’une cohérence basée sur l’aire géographique, il s’agit de mettre en commun les savoirs et savoir-faire dans le respect des différences et des spécificités de chacun.
    http://docasie.ish-lyon.cnrs.fr/ 
  • Acronyms Used by Asian / Pacific Studies’ Scholars: a Dictionary
    Ciolek, T. Matthew and John Noyce. 2004-2010. Acronyms Used by Asian / Pacific Studies’ Scholars: a Dictionary. Canberra: ANU College of Asia and the Pacific (CAP), The Australian National University. This document lists acronyms, names and web addresses of over 2,410 leading research associations, university departments, institutes, networks, NGOs, organisations, periodicals, programs, information resources, and research projects with focus on (or relevance to) Asian & Pacific Studies.http://coombs.anu.edu.au/ACR/Acronyms.html
  • Southeast Asian Visions – a collection of historic travel narratives
    A collection of European travel accounts of pre-modern Southeast Asia from Cornell University Library’s John M. Echols Collection. The site provides online access to more than 350 books and journal articles written in English and French. The works in the collection were selected for the quality of their first-hand observations and, together, provide a comprehensive representation of Southeast Asia. Along with their narratives, these accounts include some 10,000 images, drawings, photographs, prints and maps, many of them in color.http://dlxs.library.cornell.edu/s/sea/index.php
  • SEA Digital Library Project
    Work on the library commenced at NIU Libraries and around the world in October 2005 to provide free access to archives of textual, still image, sound, and video resources, covering both historical and current information from the region.
    The projects include:

    • Supporting upgrades to an online bibliographic index at Thammasat University in Thailand, while creating an interface to access the index and providing a full-text article delivery service;
    • Supporting a project at Khon Kaen University to preserve and digitize fragile palm leaf manuscripts from northeastern Thailand;
    • Creating an archive of historical photographs covering a century of life in Cambodia;
    • Training seminars for librarians in the Philippines at the University of San Carlos, Cebuano Studies Center, covering the latest techniques in preservation, conservation, and digitization that will result in the creation of an online archive of unique images and textual materials;
    • Creating a video archive of a currently influential television program from Indonesia;
    • Digitizing rare early printed works in the vernacular languages of the region;

    Supporting the Living Memory Project to create a video archive of interviews of former political prisoners in East Timor; and Funding a project at Ohio University to create a free, online access interface for the Berita Database of journal articles and other resources from Malaysia, Singapore, Brunei, and the Association of Southeast Asian Nations (ASEAN) region.

    http://sea.lib.niu.edu/index.html

  • SouthEast Asian images & Texts (SEAiT) – University of Wisconsin Libraries
    SouthEast Asian images & Texts brings together, in digital form, two categories of primary and secondary resources: research and teaching materials created by University of Wisconsin faculty and staff; and unique or valuable items related to these fields held by the University of Wisconsin Libraries.http://digicoll.library.wisc.edu/SEAiT/
  • The Dutch East Indies in photographs 1860-1940
    A collection of the Koninklijk Instituut voor taal-, land- en volkenkunde
    The years around 1900 marked the heyday of Dutch colonial rule in the Dutch East Indies (now Indonesia). Territories outside Java were brought under Dutch rule and the economy was thoroughly modernized. Thought was also given to the future of the indigenous population and its impact on the relations between the Dutch and the native people.
    The collection consists of some 3000 photographs from the period between 1860 and 1940. Most of them were taken by professional photographers who took pictures of landscapes and street life, in addition to photographing houses and factories and taking portrait and group photos. Some of them even took to the road to record all the facets of the Dutch East Indies.http://www.geheugenvannederland.nl/?/en/collecties/nederlands-indie_in_fotos,_1860-1940
  • Virtual Collection of Masterpieces (VCM)
    « Virtual Collection of Masterpieces » est un musée virtuel réunissant plus de 1200 chefs-d’œuvre asiatiques, conservés dans 62 musées, répartis dans 26 pays d’Europe et d’Asie. Ce projet de coopération internationale est coordonné par le Museum Volkenkunde de Leyde aux Pays-Bas.
    « Virtual Collection of Masterpieces » confère à ces chefs-d’oeuvre, par le biais des nouvelles technologies, une dimension nouvelle réellement passionnante. Les internautes peuvent ainsi découvrir ces chefs-d’oeuvre grâce à une riche documentation (images, descriptions, etc.). En focalisant l’attention sur l’héritage artistique et culturel, la VCM s’efforce de favoriser la compréhension mutuelle et le dialogue entre les peuples d’Asie et d’Europe et de fournir un accès direct et facile aux chefs-d’oeuvre appartenant à ces deux continents. La politique de la VCM entend en effet présenter ces oeuvres à travers l’histoire, l’art et la culture dans une perspective locale, favorisant ainsi, entre différents peuples et différentes cultures, un dialogue basé sur des savoirs partagés.

    http://masterpieces.asemus.museum/index.aspx
  • WWW Hmong Homepage
    The WWW Hmong Homepage, first made available on the Internet in March, 1994 [Happy forthcoming 17th birthday! – ed.], is a volunteer effort bringing together a collection the Internet-based resources related to Hmong news and current-events, issues, history, publications, and culture. This site is an official Asian Studies WWW Virtual Library Associate site [http://coombs.anu.edu.au/WWWVL-AsianStudies.html].
    The WWW Hmong Homepage was created by Craig D. Rice and Robin Vue-Benson in response to their shared interest in Hmong people and concerns and to personal encounters with Hmong repatriation and resettlement issues. Craig developed and managed the site from its inception in March, 1994 to August 2004. […]
    Since August, 2004, the WWW Hmong Homepage content has been edited by Dr. Mark E. Pfeifer. Dr. Mark E. Pfeifer is editor of the Hmong Studies Journal and the Hmong Studies Internet Resource Center (www.hmongstudies.org) [est. Oct 2001 – ed.].http://www.hmongnet.org/

Groupes de discussions et listes de diffusion

Général

EuroSEAS (liste de diffusion)
http://groups.yahoo.com/group/euroseas/

H-ASIA – Asian History and Studies
http://www.h-net.org/~asia/

H-SEASIA – History and Study of Southeast Asia
http://www.h-net.org/~seasia/

Indonesia and East Timor Studies Committee – Association for Asian Studies
http://www.antarakita.net/

Mekong Current
http://www.newsmekong.org/mekong_currents/

MSB – Malaysia, Singapore, Brunei Studies Group – Association for Asian Studies
http://www.msbstudies.org/about.html

New Mandala – New perspectives on Mainland Southeast Asia
http://rspas.anu.edu.au/rmap/newmandala/

SEAArch – The Southeast Asian Archaeology Newsblog
http://www.southeastasianarchaeology.com

SEALEX – informal association interested in SEA lexicography
http://seasrc.th.net/sealang-l/

Thailand, Laos, Cambodia Studies Group (Association of Asian Studies) USA
http://tlc.ucr.edu/

Viêt-Nam Laos Cambodge – Sources et aides à la recherche
http://iao.ish-lyon.cnrs.fr/francais/VLC/

World Directory of Minorities and Indigenous Peoples
http://www.minorityrights.org/directory

Quelques sites par pays

Birmanie/Myanmar

Bibliography of Secondary Literature on Burma Studies
http://www.seastudies.org/burmastudies/secondary.htm

BuRE – Burma Research Electronic Discussion Group
http://hometown.aol.co.uk/burmastudies/bure.html

Burma Research (SOAS)
http://Web.soas.ac.uk/burma/index.htm

Center for Burma Studies (Northern Illinois University)
http://www.grad.niu.edu/burma/

Online Burma Library
http://www.ibiblio.org/obl/

Cambodge

The Atlas of Cambodia – National poverty and environment maps (coopération danoise)
http://www.cambodiaatlas.com/

Cambodian Genocide Program
http://www.yale.edu/cgp/

Cambodia Information center
http://www.cambodia.org/

CISARK – Carte interactive des sites archéologiques khmers
http://www.site-archeologique-khmer.org/

Our Books – Local non-profit organisation focused on the development of comic art
http://www.siewphewyeung.org.kh/

Shake Girl – The graphic Novel – University of Stanford
http://www.stanford.edu/group/cwstudents/shakegirl/

Indonésie

Adrian Vickers’ Indonesia blog – research in progress
Professor of Southeast Asian Studies at The University of Sydney (Australia)
http://blogs.usyd.edu.au/vicindonblog/

Documenting Violence in Indonesia – Yale, Genocide Studies Program
http://www.yale.edu/gsp/indonesia/index.html

MUMA – The Moluccan Historical Museum (MHM), Utrecht, The Netherlands
The mission of the Museum Maluku (MUMA) is to collect, to preserve, to research and to present the material and immaterial heritage of the Moluccan community in the Netherlands. The museum carries out this mission by organizing exhibitions, conducting or ordering research, producing or co-producing events and shows, workshops and debates.
http://www.museum-maluku.nl/

torajagroup – Anthropology and Toraja (liste de diffusion)
http://tech.groups.yahoo.com/group/torajagroup/

Indonesia listening materials 
The CETL Indonesian listening materials website. This site contains a large number of specially written and recorded listening materials to be used by students of all levels.
http://www.lww-cetl.ac.uk/indonesian/

Philippines

Philippines Studies Group – Association for Asian Studies
http://psg.csusb.edu/

Thaïlande

Bangkok Post
http://www.bangkokpost.net/

Bangkok Pundit
http://bangkokpundit.blogspot.com/

New Mandala – New perspectives on Mainland Southeast Asia
http://rspas.anu.edu.au/rmap/newmandala/

Prachaitai
http://www.prachatai.com/english/

Thai Politics WebSite (University of Leeds)
http://www.leeds.ac.uk/thaipol

Thai Prison Life
http://www.thaiprisonlife.com/

The Nation ( Thailand )
http://www.nationmultimedia.com/

Wise Kwai’s Thai Film Journal
http://thaifilmjournal.blogspot.com/

Timor-Leste

Timor-Leste Studies
http://www.etstudies-aust.org/

Yale East Timor Project – Genocide Studies Program
http://www.yale.edu/gsp/east_timor/index.html

Vietnam

Vietnam Studies Group – Association for Asian Studies
http://www.lib.washington.edu/southeastasia/vsg/index.htm

Autres ressources en ligne

Association Arch’Asie

Arch’Asie est une association fondée principalement par des étudiants de L’Institut National des Langues et Civilisations Orientales (INALCO), et ayant pour but de diffuser des informations sur la recherche en Asie du Sud-Est et l’Océanie par le biais d’un site internet. Ses membres mettent ainsi à profit leurs expérience personnelles pour permettre à un maximum d’étudiants, jeunes chercheurs et enseignants spécialistes de cette zone géographique et quelle que soit sa discipline de prédilection, de diffuser sur le site ses propres travaux scientifiques.
http://archasie.free.fr/welcome/index.php

Association des Etudiants de Thai (AET)

L’AET est une association loi de 1901, à but non lucratif. Le but de l’AET est de créer une vie sociale autour des étudiants de Thaï de l’INALCO, mais aussi d’ailleurs. L’AET propose à tous les étudiants de thaï, anciens étudiants de thaï, professeur de thaï ou de civilisation de l’Asie du sud-est de les rejoindre et de participer à la vie de l’association. Cette possibilité d’adhésion est aussi offerte aux thaïlandais vivants en France, aux amis de la Thaïlande et aux futurs étudiants de thaï. L’AET organise des soirées culturelles à l’occasion des divers évènements de la vie Thaïlandaise : Waï Khru, Loï Krathong, Makha Bucha, Songkran, Visakha Bucha…
http://www.etudiantsdethai.org/

Blog des étudiants de l’Institut d’Asie Orientale (IAO)

http://doctorantiao.wordpress.com/

Cham Studies

Site sur les études cham.
http://www.chamstudies.com/

Les carnets de Phnom Penh.

Le Cambodge à l’heure des procès contre les Khmers rouges
Blog d’Arnaud Dubus et Arnaud Vaulerin, journalistes au quotidienLibération
http://cambodge.blogs.liberation.fr/

Lieux d’exposition et centres multimédia

Cambodge

Centre Bophana(Phnom Penh)

Le Centre de ressources audiovisuelles s’est donné plusieurs missions : rassembler les images et les sons de la mémoire cambodgienne pour les rendre accessibles au grand public ; former aux métiers de l’audiovisuel ; soutenir la production audiovisuelle par l’accueil de tournages étrangers et par une production culturelle propre.

http://www.bophana.org/

Laos

Traditional Arts and Ethnology Centre (Luang Prabang)

The Traditional Arts and Ethnology Centre was founded in 2006 to provide accessible information about the ethnic peoples of Laos and their traditional arts.

As a private, non-profit institution, the Centre is a museum and resource centre dedicated to the ethnic cultures of Laos.  Located in a historic building in Luang Prabang, a UNESCO World Heritage Site, the Centre’s exhibitions feature ethnic clothing, household objects, religious artefacts, and tools.  Our objective is to promote understanding of the lifestyles and traditions of Laos’ ethnic diversity.

The Centre’s permanent exhibition features seven ethnic groups.  Each display highlights a distinct cultural aspect of that ethnic group. Temporary exhibits featuring specific ethnic sub-groups, themes, and arts from northern and southern Laos will commence in mid-2008.

http://www.taeclaos.org/

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