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Southeast Asian Interest [top]

  • 1421 Exposed – The REAL truth behind Gavin Menzies’ 1421 and a point-by-point rebuttal by academia to why the 1421 thesis doesn’t hold water.
  • EFEO – Ecole Francaise d’Extreme-Orient or the French School of Asian Studies has historically done a lot of research in Indochina because of its colonial links. Website is in French.
  • H-SEASIA Discussion Network – H-SEASIA is a forum for discussion and communications regarding the history and study of Southeast Asia.
  • HOPSea – The Human Origins Patrimony in Southeast Asia, a multinational collaboration between European and Southeast Asian partners.
  • Indo-Pacific Prehistory Association – Founded in 1929, the IPPA is dedicated to the study of prehistory of Eastern Asia (70 deg longitude) and the pacific region.
  • It Surfaced Down Under! – A blog by Damien Huffer discussing the looted antiquities trade in the Southern Hemisphere.
  • Maitreya – Maitreya is the student association for the archaeology of Asia, based in Leiden University in the Netherlands.
  • NAUSICAÄ – French National Sea Experience Center, in Boulogne-sur-Mer (Northern France), is a Science Center entirely dedicated to the relationship between Mankind and the Sea. Its goal is to incite the general public to discover the sea and to love it, while raising its awareness on the need for a better management of marine resources. (This link goes to NAUSICAÄ’s English site)
  • Nalanda-Sriwijaya Centre Archaeology Unit Youtube Channel – A collection of Youtube videos curated by the Archaeology Unit dealing with the archaeology of Southeast Asia. The Nalanda-Sriwijaya Centre is located in the Institute of Southeast Asian Studies in Singapore.
  • Sahul Time – An interactive map showing the sea levels and land mass size of Sahul (Australia and Papua New Guinea) and island Southeast Asia.
  • SEAMEO-SPAFA – The Regional Centre for Archaeology and Fine Arts, under the Southeast Asian Ministers of Education Organisation.
  • South and Southeast Asian Art and Archaeology Index (ABIA) – The ABIA Project is a global network of scholars co-operating on an annotated bibliographic database for publishers covering South and Southeast Asian art and archaeology.
  • Southeast Asia in the Ming Shi-Lu – The Ming Shi-Lu is an open access resource to the annals of Ming China (1368 – 1644), in which place names and polities in Southeast Asia is featured greatly.
  • Southeast Asian Ceramics Society – Formed in 1969, the Southeast Asian Ceramic Society’s purpose is to widen appreciation and acquire knowledge of the ceramic art of China and countries adjacent to China, especially those of Southeast Asia. To pursue this aim, local members meet for periodic discussion, to hear talks by experts and to study and compare pots.
  • The Southeast Asian Ceramics Study Group – a webpage for those interested in the ceramics of mainland Southeast Asia.
  • Southeast Asian Images & Text – A collection of teaching and research resources put together by the people at the University of Wisconsin. Contains a section of images of Angkor Wat.
  • Southeast Asian Archaeology Scholarly Website – funded by the Henry Luce foundation and hosted by the University of Pennsylvania Museum, this website offers a web-based bibliography and a skeletal database.
  • The Southeast Asian Treasure Connection – A website about shipwrecks, underwater treasure hunting and archaeology.
  • UNESCO World Heritage List Alphabetical list of the World Heritage Sites on the UNESCO register (812 and counting!)

Archaeology, Anthropology and History blogs and sites [top]

  • Archaeograph – My other blog discussing archaeological photography and technology.
  • Anthropology.net Anthropology.net’s mission is to expand understanding and appreciation of humanity by way of creating a cohesive online community of individuals interested in anthropology. The website intends to lead the anthropological community by primarily promoting and facilitating discussion, reviewing research, stewardship of resources, public and professional education, and the dissemination of knowledge.
  • Archaeology – about.com – A great starting point site for archaeology in general, with tons of information on digs, jobs, sites and issues.
  • ArchaeologyURLs – A meta site of RSS feeds linking to major archaeology websites around the world.
  • Intute: Arts and Humanities – Archaeology – Intute is a free online service providing you with access to the very best Web resources for education and research. The service is created by a network of UK universities and partners. Subject specialists select and evaluate the websites in our database and write high quality descriptions of the resources.
  • NAUSICAÄ – French National Sea Experience Center, in Boulogne-sur-Mer (Northern France), is a Science Center entirely dedicated to the relationship between Mankind and the Sea. Its goal is to incite the general public to discover the sea and to love it, while raising its awareness on the need for a better management of marine resources. They have an extensive directory of links, and SEAARCH is listed under Marine Archaeology in the Culture & Leisure section. (This link goes to NAUSICAÄ’s links page)
  • New Archaeology – A general archaeology site with a British focus.
  • World Archaeological Congress – The World Archaeological Congress is a non-governmental, not-for-profit organization and is the only archaeological organisation with elected global representation. Its programs are run by members who give their time in a voluntary capacity. Membership is open to archaeologists, heritage managers, students and members of the public. WAC seeks to promote interest in the past in all countries, to encourage the development of regionally-based histories and to foster international academic interaction. It is committed to the scientific investigation of the past, ethical archaeological practice and the protection of cultural heritage worldwide. It supports the empirical investigation and appreciation of the political contexts within which research is conducted and interpreted, and promotes dialogue and debate among advocates of different views of the past. WAC is committed to diversity and to redressing global inequities in archaeology through conferences, publications and scholarly programs. It has a special interest in protecting the cultural heritage of Indigenous peoples, minorities and economically disadvantaged countries, and encourages the participation of Indigenous peoples, researchers from economically disadvantaged countries and members of the public.

Journals [top]

  • Asian PerspectivesAsian Perspectives is a peer-reviewed journal focusing on the archaeology of Asia and the Pacific region. Articles from 1955-2008 are available online for download.
  • Bulletin de l’ecole Francaise d’Extreme-OrientOne of the oldest Asian studies journals, BEFEO publishes in French and English. Archives available from 1901-2003.
  • Bulletin of the Indo-Pacific Prehistory AssociationAnother international peer-reviewed journal for archaeology in Southeast Asia, East Asia and the Pacific. Journal is open access.
  • Heritage Journal, The – Published by the National Heritage Board, the journal “publishes research articles on the history, culture and the art practices of Asia, with an emphasis on material culture, cultural resource management and museum practice”. Unfortunately, it does not seem to be updated past 2005.
  • Hukay – The journal of the University of the Philippines’ Archaeological Studies Programme.
  • Indonesia (Journal) – From the website: “Indonesia Journal”, is a semi-annual journal devoted to the timely study of Indonesia’s culture, history, government, economy, and society. It features original scholarly articles, interviews, translations, and book reviews. Published since April 1966, the journal provides area scholars and interested readers with contemporary analysis of Indonesia and an extensive archive of research pertaining to the nation and region. The journal is published by Cornell University’s Southeast Asia Program.” Articles dated before 2000 are available free for download.
  • Journal of the Malaysian Branch of the Royal Asiatic SocietyOriginally Journal of the Straits Branch, and then Malayan Branch and now the Straits Branch, the journal first published in 1878 and contains many scholarly articles on the culture, history and archaeology of Malaysia and its peoples.
  • Journal of the Siam SocietyEstablished in 1904, the Journal of the Siam Society publishes original scholarly articles in English pertaining to Thailand. Subscription, index available online.
  • Muang Boran Journal – A journal dealing with Thai Archaeology.

Research Resources [top]

  • Acronyms used by Asian/Pacific Scholars: a DictionaryMaintained by Ciolek and Noyce at the Research School of Asian and Pacific Studies at the Australian National University in Canberra, this is a comprehensive A-Z web resource for scholars in the Asian and Pacific region. Note that the abbreviation for this website is SEAArch.
  • Asian Studies Toolbar A great web tool for researchers focusing in asia, the Asian Studies toolbar is an add-on to your Firefox and Internet Explorer browser with built in links to numerous Asian resources – weather forecasts, newspapers, and yes, this website as well.
  • The Corpus of the Inscriptions of Campā – The Corpus of the Inscriptions of Campā is a publication of the École française d’Extrême-Orient, realized in collaboration with the Institute for the Study of the Ancient World at New York University. This project aims to recover, preserve, study and make accessible the corpus of inscriptions of ancient Campā (in present Việt Nam), written either in Sanskrit or in Old Cam.
  • H-SEASIA Discussion NetworkH-SEASIA is a forum for discussion and communications regarding the history and study of Southeast.
  • ResearchSEAResearchSEA is Asia’s first research news portal, a one-stop centre where journalists and members of the public can gain access to news and local experts from the research world in Asia.
  • Southeast Asia in the Ming Shi-LuThe Ming Shi-Lu is an open access resource to the annals of Ming China (1368 – 1644), in which place names and polities in Southeast Asia is featured greatly.
  • Southeast Asian Archaeology Scholarly Website funded by the Henry Luce foundation and hosted by the University of Pennsylvania Museum, this website offers a web-based bibliography and a skeletal database.

Museums [top]

UNESCO World Heritage archaeological sites in SEA[top]

Cambodia [top]

  • Angkor GuideAn independent website by Johann Reinhart Zieger that provides background information to the many temples at Angkor, including practical information about visiting them.
  • Angkor Wat Minecraft ProjectA project to recreate Angkor Wat in the game Minecraft.
  • APSARA AuthorityThe Authority for the Protection and Managemen of Angkor and the Region of Siem Reap. I think the name says it all.
  • Archaeological Projects in CambodiaA list of past and current projects in the kingdom run by Alison Carter.
  • CISARK – Carte Interactive des Sites Archeologiques KhmersBy the Ministry of Culture and Fine Arts of Cambodia, detailing the Khmer sites in the region.
  • Greater Angkor Project (GAP)An “international, multidisciplinary research programme interested in the decline of urbanism at Angkor”. The project is coordinated by the University of Sydney.
  • Heritage WatchHeritage Watch aims to address the problem of the trade in antiquities in Southeast Asia, particularly in Cambodia, by education campaigns, tourism campaigns and other means.
  • Living Angkor Road ProjectA joint project between Cambodia and Thailand seeks to trace an ancient royal road between Angkor ad Phimai.
  • Lower Mekong Archaeological ProjectRun by the University of Hawai’i at Manoa.
  • Kerdomnel Khmer magazineThe website of a Cambodian magazine dedicated to Khmer heritage and archaeology.
  • Origins of Angkor Archaeological Project Directed by Professor Charles Higham, the Origins of Angkor project is a “multi-disciplinary research project being undertaken by the University of Otago Department of Anthropology and the Fine Arts Department of Thailand. The aim of the project is to assess the seminal aspects of the social, cultural and technological development in the Mun River valley of Northeast Thailand”.
  • Virtual Sambor Prei KukA digital reconstruction of a 7th century temple from the University of California, Berkley

East Timor (Timor Leste) [top]

Laos [top]

Indonesia [top]

  • Borobudur on Project Jigsawby the Australian National University.
  • Banda Islands Archaeology Website An archaeology project in the Banda Islands in East Indonedia led by the University of Washington and Gadjah Mada University to uncover the archaeology of this region.
  • Banda Islands Field School BlogA blog run by the students and instructors attending an 8-week field school at the Banda Islands in early 2009.
  • EFEO Jakarta blog (French/Bahasa Indonesia) – Blog run by the Jakarta branch of the Ecole Francaise d’Extreme-Orient.
  • Tanah Datar Archaeological Project – An excavation blog for the Tanah Datar Archaeological Project, running from 1 March – 8 April 2012, by Universitas Indonesia and the Frei Universität Berlin.

Malaysia [top]

  • Caves of Malaysiarun by speleologist Liz Price, a good source of geological, botanical, zoological and archaeological information to caves in Malaysia.
  • Heritage Trust of MalaysiaBadan Warisan, or the Heritage Trust of Malaysia, is an NGO dedicated to conserving and educating about Malaysia’s built heritage.
  • History of the Malay PeninsulaAn informative overview about the ancient history of the Malay Peninsula, by writer Sabri Zain, starting from the 1st century AD. Brief introductions to the Buddhist and Hindu periods to the start of the Melaka Sultanate.
  • Malaysian Branch of the Royal Asiatic Society (MBRAS)Incorporating the Journal of the Malaysian Branch of the Royal Asiatic Society (JMBRAS), that publishes occasional papers on Malaysian archaeology.
  • Malaysian TimelineA timeline describing the preiods of Malaysian history from prehistory to modern times.
  • Maritime Asia Website of the Maritime Archaeology Exhibition at the Muzium Negara, featuring 7 shipwrecks found in Malaysia’s waters.
  • Nanhai Marine Archaeology Sdn. Bhd.A Malaysia-based company the specialises in historical shipwrecks and the history and development of Chinese and Southeast Asian ceramics.
  • The Niah Cave ProjectAn archaeological project by the University of Leicester.
  • Peninsular Malaysia’s Oldest Prehistoric Site by Liz Price a freelance spelaeological consultant in an article posted in 2002 at wildasia.net, a nature conservation site.
  • Perak Man and the Lenggong Archaeological Museum by Liz Price, spelaelogical consultant. Posted in 2004 at wildasia.net.
  • The Cultured Rainforest Project is headed by the University of Cambridge to investigate the people of the Kelabit Highlands and their interactions with the forest in the present and past.

Myanmar (Burma) [top]

Philippines [top]

Singapore [top]

  • Maritime ExplorationsMaritime Explorations is a Singapore-based salvage and project coordination company specialising in historical shipwrecks.
  • Southeast Asian ArchaeologyFocuses mainly on Singapore, with links to ongoing projects in Indonesia.
  • World of TemasekA Massive Multiplayer Online Role-Playing Game (MMORPG) that is set in 14th century Singapore. Based on the actual archaeology of Singapore.
  • yesterday.sg Singapore’s heritage metablog that covers museums, local history and collective memories.

Thailand [top]

  • Ban Chiang Project, TheHosted by the University of Pennsylvania, the Ban Chiang Project is a comprehensive website about Ban Chiang with the aims: “to introduce newcomers to the fascinating archaeological discoveries at Ban Chiang; and second, to keep our friends and colleagues informed on our progress”.
  • Highland Archaeology Project in Pang Mapha District, Mea Hong Son Province Phase 2a multidisciplinary archaeological project investigating the different cultures from ancient times to present in in Northwest Thailand.
  • Living Angkor Road ProjectA joint project between Cambodia and Thailand seeks to trace an ancient royal road between Angkor ad Phimai.
  • Office of Archaeology, Thai Fine Arts DepartmentJust like what it says, but the site is in Thai.
  • Origins of Angkor Archaeological Project Directed by Professor Charles Higham, the Origins of Angkor project is a “multi-disciplinary research project being undertaken by the University of Otago Department of Anthropology and the Fine Arts Department of Thailand. The aim of the project is to assess the seminal aspects of the social, cultural and technological development in the Mun River valley of Northeast Thailand”.
  • Temple Site at PhimaiA computer recontruction of the Khmer temple site of Phimai.

Vietnam [top]

  • Du lich Phu Yen Information on the Tu Yen stone instruments by the Phu Yen tourism department.
  • Viet Nam prehistory A quick and pictoral overview of the prehistory of Viet Nam.

 

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