Doing Fieldwork in Southeast Asia – Reading List


  • Adams, Kathleen M. and Kathleen A. Gillogly (2011) Everyday Life in Southeast Asia. Bloomington: Indiana University Press
  • Bremen, Jan Van, Eyal Ben-Ari, Syed Farid Alatas (eds.) (2006) Asian Anthropology. Routledge
  • Ellen, Roy F. (ed.) (1984) Ethnographic Research. A Guide to General Conduct. Association of Social Anthropologists Research Methods Series No.1. London: Academic Press.
  • Halib, Mohammed and Tim Huxley (eds.) (1998) An Introduction to Southeast Asian Studies. I.B. Tauris 
  • Chou, Cynthia and Vincent Houben (eds.) (2006) Southeast Asian Studies: Debates and New Directions. Leiden and Singapore: IIAS and ISEAS
  • Huotari, Mikko , Jurgen Ruland and Judith Schelehe (eds) (2014)Methodology and Research Practice in Southeast Asian Studies. Palgrave
  • Lim, Patricia Pui Huen, James H. Morrison, and Kwa Chong Guan (eds.) (2000) Oral History in Southeast Asia: Theory and Method. Singapore: National Archives of Singapore and ISEAS
  • Goh, Beng-Lan (ed.) (2011) Decentering and Diversifying Southeast Asian Studies: Perspectives from the Region. Singapore: ISEAS
  • Institute of Developing Economies (2003) Doing Legal Research in Asian Countries. China, India, Malaysia, Philippines, Thailand, Vietnam. IDE Asian Law Series No. 23