Southeast Asia Program Publications operates under the auspices of the Southeast Asia Program. Its mission is to make available to an interested international clientele including academics, the business community, governmental agencies, and NGO's a wide variety of scholarly and language texts at the lowest possible cost.
Southeast Asia Program Publications at Cornell University publishes and distributes academic books and a semi-annual journal on Indonesia, seeking to make scholarship on Southeast Asia widely available to interested readers.
Books are divided into four main series. The Studies on Southeast Asia Series (SOSEA) is made up of substantial scholarly books, essay collections, and monographs, usually in the fields of history, anthropology, or political studies.
The Southeast Asia Program Series (SEAPS) was conceptualized as a successor to the earlier Southeast Asia Program Data Papers, which began publication in 1951. These books offer current research by young scholars.
The Cornell Modern Indonesia Project was initiated in 1956 with translations of significant documents and literature concerned with modern Indonesia. This series includes many translations of primary source materials, along with original studies of the nation's contemporary political events and the evolution of its government through the twentieth century.
Cornell offers instructional language textbooks for students of Indonesian, Cambodian, Pilipino, Thai, and Vietnamese.
A semi-annual journal, begun in April 1966, dealing with Indonesia's politics, economics, language studies, literature, and the arts. The journal's archives are now available on the internet at: http://e-publishing.library.cornell.edu/Indonesia
An examination copy of any publication is available to those considering the book for course adoption. Please make requests on departmental letterhead, indicating academic rank, department, course name, expected enrollment, and the semester or term the course will be offered. The examination copy will be sent with an invoice that will be canceled if an order for 10 or more copies is placed through your local bookstore or directly to SEAP Publications. Please notify SEAP when the order is placed, including the name of the ordering bookstore, if applicable. If the title is not adopted, the examination copy may be purchased at a 10% professional discount, or returned in a new, salable condition within 90 days from the date of the invoice.
When a new title is released, a quote will be sent to those on standing order. If you would like the new title, send the quote and payment to the SEAP Business Office. If you decide you don't want the new title, simply disregard the quote. To be placed on standing order for new titles, please send your request to SEAP-Pubs@cornell.edu. Please include your organization's name, address, phone number, fax number, and contact person.
Authors are encouraged to contact the Managing Editor for information concerning the submission of manuscripts dealing with topics involving the history, politics, society, economics, culture (e.g., religion, art, ethnography), and language of Southeast Asian countries. Submissions may be published as books or in the semi-annual journal INDONESIA as articles.
Please write to:
Managing Editor, Southeast Asia Program Publications
Kahin Center, 640 Stewart Ave
Ithaca, NY 14850
Tel: (607) 255-4359
Fax: (607) 255-4359