On March 14, 2020, Yale Libraries temporarily closed as part of the university's comprehensive response to the potential health threat posed to faculty, staff, and students from coronavirus.
Updates are available here: https://web.library.yale.edu/news/2020/03/covid-19-library-update
For general library services and support, chat services and remote assistance have been extended.
The Library has negotiated a number of trial and temporarily-free resources for all patrons, available here: https://guides.library.yale.edu/spring2020freeresources
While this will impact collection development, I am still available for reference and research consultations, and working to make sure that library support for patrons in South and Southeast Asian Studies continues. Feel free to reach out for requests, consultations, and any other issues that may arise.
The Council on Southeast Asia Studies at Yale promotes research and teaching on all aspects of the cultures, politics and economies of Southeast Asia. The Council publishes a Monograph Series covering historical, political, economic and anthropological subjects relating to Southeast Asia, and two additional series focusing on Vietnamese culture, literature, history and folklore. The Council organizes periodic conferences and sponsors a lunchtime seminar series.
Welcome! In this guide you will find selected major resources western and Southeast Asian languages that will help you begin your research across subjects in Southeast Asian Studies. At Yale, Southeast Asia includes the peoples, languages, and lands included in the following modern states:
Burma (Myanmar), Thailand, Laos, Cambodia, Vietnam, Malaysia, Singapore, Indonesia, Brunei, Timor Leste and the Philippines
For assistance in navigating or using these resources, or for additional information on Southeast Asian Studies research material in the Yale University Libraries and beyond, please feel free to contact me using the contact information on the right hand side of this guide.