As of 1 January 2020
Wacana: Journal of the Humanities of Indonesia has ceased to be a co-publication of BRILL and the Faculty of Humanities, University of Indonesia, and will be exclusively puiblished by the Faculty of Humanities, University of Indonesia. For more information, please
Journal of American-East Asian Relations is a peer-reviewed quarterly journal of interdisciplinary historical, cross-cultural, and social science scholarship from all parts of the world. The scope includes diplomatic, economic, security, and cultural relations, as well as Asian-American history. Geographical coverage includes the United States, Canada, other countries in the Americas, and East Asia, typically China, Japan, and Korea, but also the Pacific area, Australasia, Southeast Asia, and the Russian Far East.
Brill and the editorial board of the
Journal of American-East Asian Relations are pleased to provide an annual award of $1000 for excellence and originality in an essay on American-East Asian relations, broadly understood. The Frank Gibney Award honors the life and goals of Frank Gibney (1924–2006), an early and enthusiastic supporter of the journal. Gibney worked for more than fifty years to educate the peoples on both sides of the Pacific about each other. For more information,
MANUSYA: Journal of Humanities is a peer-reviewed journal that Brill publishes for Chulalongkorn University. The main objective of this journal is to provide an intellectual platform for researchers to publish their findings on various issues within the disciplines of history, philosophy, language, literature, music, dance, dramatic art, visual art, creative art, and applied art.
MANUSYA focuses on humanities issues related to Southeast Asia. However, submissions that examine broader phenomena and non-SEA related issues are also welcome. The journal follows a double blind peer review process, and contains research articles as well as book reviews.
The Philippine Political Science Journal (PPSJ) is an internationally refereed journal and the official publication of the Philippine Political Science Association (PPSA). The PPSJ welcomes articles dealing with the politics and international relations of Southeast Asia. Manuscripts may focus on individual countries of the region but comparative articles about the countries in the region and the region as a whole are especially welcome.