Aims and Scope
SUVANNABHUMI is an international, peer-reviewed journal committed to the publication of scholarship in Southeast Asian Studies. It aims to offer a scholarly platform for original works drawn from research findings, theoretical thought, reflection, and/or reinterpretation of long-held viewpoints, ideas, or methodologies. The scope covers in particular, but not exclusively, the following fields of discussion: cultural studies, the arts, language and linguistics, history, archaeology and prehistory, anthropology, sociology, religion, literature, tourism, socio-economic issues, and politics.
SUVANNABHUMI means “The Land of Gold” in Pali, which location implies Southeast Asia.
SUVANNABHUMI is published biannually on the last day of June and December. In addition to regular Issues, SUVANNABHUMI also publishes Special Issues focusing on particular themes or regions.