The UCR Library collects resources in Southeast Asian studies supporting both coursework and research conducted by our students and faculty.  This is a naturally interdisciplinary discipline so materials from literature, history, and religion are commonly used. Materials are in both English and vernacular languages of the Southeast Asia countries, namely,  the Phillipines, Malaysia, Indonesia, Brunei, Singapore, Cambodia, Laos, Myanmar, Thailand, and Vietnam. We offer subject-specific and general research educational services at the library and provide access to information from the UC Libraries System and beyond.

Conducting Research

Books & Articles

Books are useful for getting a broad introduction or background information to a topic in the chemical sciences.  Search by topic keywords in the UCR catalog or the Melvyl (UC) catalog

Scholarly articles are carefully evaluated and peer-reviewed by subject experts to provide reliable and credible information. Locate articles by searching in the anthropology databases. The most popular databases are listed on this page. 

Specialized Resources  

Southeast Asia Visions - A comprehensive online collection of 335 Western travel accounts of Southeast Asia (1633-1923) from the holdings of the Echols Collection on Southeast Asia at Cornell University.