South East Asia – July 2014
- Ethnicity, borders, and the grassroots interface with the state : studies on Southeast Asia in honor of Charles F. Keyes / edited by John A. Marston.
- Early mainland Southeast Asia : from first humans to Angkor / by Charles Higham.
- Lost Kingdoms. Hindu-Buddhist sculpture of Early Southeast Asia. John Guy.
- Diaspora : the story of the South Asian muslim diaspora in Southeast Asia today / by Farish A. Noor.
- Indonesian economic decolonization in regional and international perspective / edited by J. Thomas Lindblad and Peter Post. (Ebook)
- The sum is greater than the parts : doubling shared prosperity in Indonesia through local and global intergration.
- Money, power, and ideology : political parties in post-authoritarian Indonesia / Marcus Mietzner.
- Religion and architecture in premodern Indonesia : studies in spatial anthropology / by Gaudenz Domenig.
- Malaysia@50 : economic development, distribution, disparities / Jomo Kwame Sundaram, Wee Chong hui.
- Panji Pendeta : Memperingati 50 Tahun Professor Emeritus Dato’ Dr. Nik Hassan Shuhaimi bin Nik Abdul Rahman Dalam Bidang Pendidikan / edited by Abdullah Zakaria Ghazali & Zuliskandar Ramli.
- Food heritage of Sarawak : a cultural perspective / Heidi Munan.
- Batu bersurat of Terengganu : its correct date, religio-cultural, and scientific dimensions / edited by Muhammad Zainiy Uthman.
- The Mah Meri language : an introduction / edited by Asmah Haji Omar.
- Malaysian cinema in a bottle : a century (and a bit more) of wayang / by Hassan Abd Muthalib.
- May 13 fact & fiction : current Malaysian challenges / Kua Kia Soong.
- Philippines-China relations : sailing beyond disputed waters / edited by Teresita Ang See, Chito Sta. Romana.
- The light of liberty : documents and studies on the Katipunan, 1892-1897 / Jim Richardson.
- The other view / Elmer A. Ordoñez.
- Introduction to Philippine politics : local politics, the state, nation-building, and democratization / Maria Ela L. Atienza, editor.
- Before Siam : essays in art and archaeology / edited by Nicolas Revire & Stephen A. Murphy.
- Tor Chor Dor : Thailand’s border patrol police (BPP) / Desmond Ball.
- Finding their voice : Northeastern villagers and the Thai state / Charles Keyes.
- The philosophical constructs of Wat Arun / [edited by] Steve Van Beek.