Welcoming Manuscripts

Welcoming Manuscripts

SOUTHEAST ASIA STUDIES MONOGRAPHS
Yale University
Council on Southeast Asia Studies
publishing since 1948

Executive Editor/Council Chair: Michael Dove
Program Manager: Kris Mooseker
Typeset/Design: MetaGlyfix


INFORMATION FOR AUTHORS

►Policy Note:  We do not make publishing commitments or contracts with authors prior to completing a review of the full, finished manuscript. 

To have your manuscript considered for publication, please submit an Abstract, Table of Contents, and Sample Chapter along with author bio or CV to:

    Southeast Asia Studies
    Yale University
    P.O. Box 208206
    New Haven, CT 06520-8206

    or via e-mail attachment to: seas@yale.edu

If approved by the Editor, the full manuscript will be requested for comprehensive review by selected external reader(s). The review will help to determine whether the manuscript is appropriate for publication, and/or if it is publishable pending specified revisions.

Once accepted for publication, manuscripts are copy-edited for grammar and presentation, changes are proofed and approved by the author, and the text is typeset and prepared for press. Please plan to submit your materials electronically in accordance with the >Guidelines for Typesetting and Layout (see also Metaglyfix Guidelines and Tips).

Authors and editors should also refer to >SEAS Monograph Styles for an idea of what to anticipate, should your manuscript reach the typesetting stage.

Please note that upon acceptance, the author(s) will be required to enter into a publication agreement transferring copyright to the Council on Southeast Asian Studies, Yale University. Except in exceptional circumstances and by prior negotiation, royalties are not paid.

Authors will be responsible for acquiring any and all necessary permissions for use of previously published or copyrighted material. See Permissions: Instructions for Authors


Yale Southeast Asia Studies is a non-profit, academic publishing entity within Yale University.*
Thanks to the generous resources of the University, along with subsidies from a variety of grant and endowment funds, the Council has maintained its commitment to the publication and dissemination of deserving work since 1948 (see Yale CSEAS Publications).

*Yale University Press is a separate and larger publishing entity, which is associated with Yale but is financially and operationally autonomous from the University.  Yale Press publishes books covering a wide range of scholarly subject matter. For information on Yale Press submission procedures, see http://yalebooks.com/about-us/editors#submissions