CSEAS, University of Hawai'i at Manoa
With more than 50 associated faculty, the Center has access to the largest concentration of Southeast Asia specialists in the United States. The Center’s Southeast Asia Working Papers series, established in 1972, has more than forty titles, while the Center’s Southeast Asia Papers series, established in 2000, has two edited volumes. These papers are now available for free downloading via the UH ScholarSpace, the UH open-access, digital institutional repository found here:
Examples of the Center’s past publications are "Chronicles of Chiang Khaeng: a Tai Lu Principlaity of the Upper Mekong," by Volker Grabowsky and Renoo Wichasin and "Blood Bond," by Ma Ma Lay. As of 2015, the CSEAS is no longer involved in publishing hard copy materials.