The South East Asian Review

An interdisciplinary review founded in 1976 byt two renowned Indian scholars

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Published: 1976

The South East Asian Review (SEAR) is an interdisciplinary research journal which welcomes articles from social-science, humanitites, traditional medicine, flora and fauna of the Southeast Asian region.

Founded by Dr. (Mrs.) Sudha Verma and Dr. Sachchidanand Sahai, the latter being a specialist in Khmer archaelogical and epigraphical studies, the review has published numerous contributions on Angkor and Southeast Asia.

Note: at the time of our last visit (Jan. 2021), the website was experiencing some connectivity issues.



Tags: Southeast Asia, interdisciplinary studies, Indian scholars