Vol 3 Fall 1999
Vol 1 Vol 2 Vol 4 Vol 5
|Akiko Kodama||The Participation of Women Workers in the Indonesian Labor Opposition Movement in the 1990s|
|Eric Roeder||The Origin and Significance of the Emerald Buddha|
|Robin Tatu||Gusti Putu Jelantik's Babad Buleleng Placed within Historical Context|
|Todd C. Kelly||Vietnamese Claims to the Truong Sa Archipelago|
Explorations is a student publication of the Southeast Asian Studies Student Association (SEASSA) in association with the Center for Southeast Asian Studies (CSEAS), published twice a year and available both online and in print.
The principle mission of Explorations is to offer a forum for students to present disciplinary and interdisciplinary research on a broad range of issues relating principally to the region which today constitutes Southeast Asia. Embracing a diversity of academic interests and scholastic expertise it is hoped that this forum will introduce students to the work of their colleagues, encourage discussion both within and across disciplines, and foster a sense of community among those interested in Southeast Asia. Submissions for publication may come from students at any college or university, and are not limited to the University of Hawai'i.