ISEAS – Yusof Ishak Institute
ISEAS Publishing is a dynamic academic press with more than 40 years’ experience. It is the largest publisher of academic books that focuses on Southeast Asian politics, economics and social issues. Since 1970 it has issued more than 2,000 books and journals, publishing an average of 70 a year.
As a Unit of the ISEAS – Yusof Ishak Institute in Singapore, its role is enshrined in Parliamentary Act 9 of 1968, to assist ISEAS in the “promotion of research on Southeast Asia” worldwide (Clause 3) and to serve as the Institute’s “printing press [in the] publishing of books and other publications” (Clause 14).
The Mission of ISEAS Publishing is:
- To disseminate research on Southeast Asia as widely as possible throughout the world.
- To produce quality books and journals, benchmarked with other world-class scholarly publishers.
ISEAS Publishing also co-publishes with academic and trade publishers in Asia, Europe, America and Australia to disseminate important research and analyses from and about Southeast Asia to the rest of the world.
The Creative South: Buddhist and Hindu Art in Mediaeval Maritime Asia, volume 2
The Straits Philosophical Society & Colonial Elites in Malaya: Selected Papers on Race, Identity and Social Order 1893-1915
The Creative South: Buddhist and Hindu Art in Mediaeval Maritime Asia, volume 1
The Dragon’s Underbelly: Dynamics and Dilemmas in Vietnam’s Economy and Politics
Pro-poor Development Policies: Lessons from the Philippines and East Asia
Inequality and Exclusion in Southeast Asia: Old Fractures, New Frontiers
ASEAN Centrality: An Autoethnographic Account by a Philippine Diplomat
Nagapattinam to Suvarnadwipa: Reflections on the Chola Naval Expeditions to Southeast Asia
Thaipusam in Malaysia: A Hindu Festival in the Tamil Diaspora
Transforming Borneo: From Land Exploitation to Sustainable Development
The Indonesian Military Enjoys Strong Public Trust and Support: Reasons and Implications
"Original Sin"? Revising the Revisionist Critique of the 1963 Operation Coldstore in Singapore
Threads of the Unfolding Web: The Old Javanese Tantu Panggelaran
Nagapattinam to Suvarnadwipa: Reflections on the Chola Naval Expeditions to SEA (Tamil edt)
As Empires Fell: The Life and Times of Lee Hau-Shik, the First Finance Minister of Malaya
Penang Chinese Commerce in the 19th Century: The Rise and Fall of the Big Five
Clean, Green and Blue: Singapore's Journey Towards Environmental and Water Sustainability
Malaysia's Foreign Policy, the First Fifty Years: Alignment, Neutralism, Islamism
Rhizome vs Regime: Southeast Asia’s Digitally Mediated Youth Movements
Timor-Leste: From Conflict to Reconciliation, Democracy, and Regional Integration
Tides of Insecurity: Vietnam and the Growing Challenge from Non-traditional Maritime Threats