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Sélection de ressources numériques sur l’Asie du Sud-Est


  • Archives Orales Pangloss, LACITO (Langues et Civilisations à Traditions Orales) : corpus d’Asie

    Réunit 7 langues pour la Birmanie, 9 pour le Cambodge, 18 pour le Laos, 2 pour la Thaïlande, 23 pour le Vietnam.
  • Aural Archipelago : Field recordings from around Indonesia

    Aural Archipelago is an online repository for the musical sights and sounds of Indonesia, the most musically diverse country on the planet. Part digital archive, part blog, Aural Archipelago mixes field recording, video, photography, and in-depth articles compiled from years of travels across the archipelago.
  • British Library Endangered Archives Programme

    Old and endangered manuscripts and archives from Southeast Asia, including collections from Vietnam, Indonesia, Laos and Thailand.
  • Digital Library of Lao Manuscripts

    The Digital Library of Lao Manuscripts makes images of over 12,000 texts from throughout Laos easily accessible for study. Collaborating institutions are the National Library of Laos, the University of Passau, and the Staatsbibliothek zu Berlin Preußischer Kulturbesitz. 
  • DORISEA (Dynamiken von Religion in Südostasien)

    Research network funded by the German Federal Ministry for Education and Research (BMBF) and coordinated by the Departement of Social and Cultural Anthropology at the University of Göttingen. Scientists from the Universities of Göttingen, Hamburg, Münster, Heidelberg and Berlin (Humboldt University) are involved in several projects that investigate the relationship between religion and modernity in Southeast Asia. Features open access working papers.
  • DREAMSEA (Digital Repositery of Endangered and Affected Manuscripts in Southeast Asia)
  • Gatty Lecture Rewind ! Podcast from South East Asia Program at Cornell University

    From the Southeast Asia Program at Cornell University, the Gatty Lecture Rewind Podcast features interviews and conversations with scholars and researchers working in and around Southeast Asia, all of whom have been invited to give a Gatty Lecture at Cornell University. Conversations cover the history, politics, economics, literature, art, and cultures of the region.
  • ISEAS (Yusof Ishak Institute of Southeast Asian Studies)

    L’ISEAS propose plusieurs collections de textes brefs en libre accès qui font le point sur des questions d’actualité et sur les activités de recherche de l’institut : ISEAS Perspective, Trends in Southeast Asia, Temasek Working Paper Series, NSC Working Papers, NSC Archaeological Reports, NSC Working Papers, ISEAS Economics working Papers …
  • Leiden University Libraries Digital Collections

    Aceh Books (KITLV), Balinese Narrative Drawings, Colonial Sources (KIT), Douwes Dekker Papers, Dutch Colonial Maps (KIT), Dutch East Indies Literature, I La Galigo in context, Southeast Asian and Caribbean Images (KITLV), Maps (KITLV), Oral History Archive Indonesia (SMGI), Sino-Malay Texts (KITLV), Southeast Asian Pop Music (KITLV). 
  • Mémoires d’Indochine

    Blog de recherche, forum de discussion et d’échange sur l’histoire de la décolonisation au Vietnam, au Laos et au Cambodge.
  • New Asia Books 

    International Institute for Asian Studies (Leiden, the Netherlands) initiative for browsing academic English language books published on Asia in the previous 12 months.
  • New Mandala Blog, College of Asia and the Pacific, Australian National University

    New Mandala provides anecdote, analysis and new perspectives on Southeast Asia. It devotes its attention to the politics and societies of Southeast Asian countries, and their connections with one another. New Mandala has a proud record of contribution to scholarly and popular debates and played a pioneering role in the digitisation of Southeast Asian studies.
  • NLB Spatial Discovery

    Discover Singapore's urban transformation through the maps from various government agencies such as Singapore Land Authority, Urban Development Authority, Maritime Port Authority of Singapore and more. Learn about the changing landscape of Singapore, urban planning and more using 3,000 high resolution copies of maps overlaid on modern map or satellite image.
  • OAPEN (Online Library and Publication Platform)

    Ouvrages en libre accès (Amsterdam University Presss, Anthem Press, ANU Press, Berghahn Books, Brill, Cambridge University Press, Cornell University Press, Duke University Press, HAU Books, Leiden University Press, Monash University Publishing, Oxford University Press, Peter Lang International Academic Publishers, Springer Nature, Taylor & Francis …
  • Photothèque virtuelle de l’École Française d’Extrême-Orient 

    Présente 180 000 clichés sur l’Asie complétant rapports de mission et journaux de fouilles. Du fait de l’implantation historique de l’École et de ses missions, le Cambodge et le Vietnam sont particulièrement bien illustrés ainsi que, dans une moindre mesure, le Laos. La création de nouveaux Centres EFEO à partir des années cinquante (Inde, Chine, Indonésie, Thaïlande, etc.) augmente et diversifie les archives.
  • Southeast Asian Images and Text, University of Wisconsin Digital Collections

    From the University of Wisconsin Digital Collections. Brings together primary and secondary resource, research and teaching materials held by the library and faculty.
  • Southeast Asia Visions, Cornell University Library

    Southeast Asia Visions is a collection of European travel accounts of pre-modern Southeast Asia from Cornell University Library's John M. Echols Collection. The site provides online access to more than 350 books written in English and French.
  • Talking Indonesia Podcast, Asia Institute, University of Melbourne

  •  Tea Circle Blog, Programme on Modern Burmese Studies, University of Oxford

  • The United States and its Territories : 1870-1925 : the Age of Imperialism, University of Michigan Library's Southeast Asia collection

    Primary focus of this site is on the Spanish-American War and subsequent American governance on the Philippines (1898-1910). Full text monographs, government documents published in the Philippines, Spain and the United States. This searchable full text database is complimented by digitized images from key photograph collections.
  • Vietnamese Nom Preservation Foundation

    Vietnam's ideographic writing systems of the 10th and early 20th century mostly in Ha Nom is digitized and searching is done by broad subjects entries. Administrative documents during the Tay Son emperors were written in Ha Nom.

Centre Asie du Sud-Est (CASE)


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