The Kyoto Review of Southeast Asia has 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. It is the only journal which carries articles in six languages: English, Thai, Bahasa Indonesia, Filipino, Vietnamese and Japanese. Moreover, there is a column, Trendsetters, to promote works among young intellectuals who conduct research on Southeast Asia. We provide a platform for them to disseminate their work through our extensive networks across the globe.
Kyoto Review of Southeast Asia holds electronic copyright to the contents of this website. Print copyright is held jointly by Kyoto Review of Southeast Asia and the authors. Kyoto Review of Southeast Asia retains the right to issue authors’ contributions in print format; authors hold all other print rights. Third parties must request permission of both the author and Kyoto Review of Southeast Asia to reissue any content of this website in any format.
Kyoto Review of Southeast Asia also acknowledges the support of the Toyota Foundation and Southeast Asia Studies for Sustainable Humanosphere and the Japan Society for the Promotion of Science, Asian Core Program.
Editor, Kyoto Review
12 January, 2019
Southeast Asia Studies for Sustainable Japan Society for the Promotion of Science
Japan Society for the Promotion of Science
What is the next theme for the kyoto review?
Thank you for your note. The theme for the next edition of the Kyoto Review is yet to be decided.
I would like to know the subscription price for 1 year for overseas institutional subscriber.
Thanks for your question.
The Kyoto Review of Southeast Asia is an online publication only with two major updates a year (March and September). There is no print version of the online materials at this time.
The KRSEA team
how can i contribute my writing to this web?
If you are a Young Academic and would like to submit a piece on Southeast Asia to be considered for our Young Academics Voice feature https://kyotoreview.org/young-academics-voice/ please drop a line via the site contact form.
The KRSEA team
how can one submit an article for the next issue?
Thanks for your message. Sorry, but it’s not possible to openly submit main issue articles. Each issue has a guest editor and they have their own selection processes based on their specialist themes.
However, if you’re a young academic and wish to submit a piece about Southeast Asia for our monthly Young Academic’s Voice feature, please drop a note to the Journal editor, Pavin Chachavalpongpun, with your idea: firstname.lastname@example.org
All the best.
Very useful stuff. Thanks. Please add me to your mailings.
Thanks for the comment.
how can i become part of “kyoto revie of southeast asia” ? i want to write articles. can i know how to be part of trendsetters?