Publications by the Yale Council on Southeast Asia Studies have included a Cultural Report Series, a Bibliography Series, and a Translation Series, with volumes (now out of print) dating from 1948-1979. Additionally, with funding from the Henry Luce Foundation under translator and editor Huynh Sanh Thong, the CSEAS “Vietnamese Refugee Project” launched the Lac-Viet, Vietnam Forum, and Hmong World publications series and produced 29 volumes of Vietnamese literature and scholarship from 1983-1990. An additional six volumes were published with funding from the Ford Foundation from 1993-1997. (see SEAS Publications Brochure 1979 and also Yale SEAS History).
The Council continues to edit and publish its long-running MONOGRAPH SERIES, the first volume of which was printed in 1961. This series includes books on the history, cultures, and politics of Southeast Asia, as well as economic and anthropological subjects relevant to the region. Titles and descriptions of books still in print can be found on the Monograph website linked above.
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