Manusya: Journal of Humanities

Editor-in-Chief: Amara Prasithrathsint
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.
Open Access
Scopus
Thailand Citation Index (TCI)
ASEAN Citation Index (ACI)
MLA International Bibliography
To submit an article please contact the journal's Editor in Chief Amara Prasithrathsint.
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Editor-in-Chief
Amara Prasithrathsint, Chulalongkorn University

Deputy Editor-in-Chief
Pittayawat Pittayaporn, Chulalongkorn University

Editorial board
Andrew Johnson, Princeton University
Bennett Yu-Hsiang Fu, National Taiwan University
David Jones, Kennesaw State University
Francisco Perlas Dumanig, University of Malaya
Hanafi Bin Hussin, University of Malaya
John Phan, Columbia University
Justin McDaniel, University of Pennsylvania
Pornsan Watnangura, Die Thai-Deutsche Gesellschaft, Bangkok
Raksangob Wijitsophon, Chulalongkorn University
Suradech Chotiudompant, Chulalongkorn University
Thom Huebner, San José State University
Wasana Wongsurawat, Chulalongkorn University
Yanti, Atma Jaya Catholic University of Indonesia
Yuphaphann Hoonchamlong, University of Hawai'i, Honolulu

Language editors
Michael Crabtree, Chulalongkorn University
Simon Wight, Chulalongkorn University

Editorial assistants
Chantharas Karchanakool, Bangkok
Pimpat Chumkaew, Bangkok
PITTAYAWAT PITTAYAPORN is an associate professor of Linguistics at Chulalongkorn University. He received his PhD in Linguistics from Cornell University in 2009. His research comprises various theoretical issues in historical linguistics and phonology, including tonal change, language contact, and linguistic and population prehistory. He has investigated a variety of languages in Southeast Asia and has done fieldwork in Thailand, Vietnam and China.