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Southeast of Now is a scholarly journal on art and visual culture, published online and in print twice yearly by NUS Press, National University of Singapore. The journal aims to look and listen closely to the discursive spaces of art in, from, and around the region that is referred to as Southeast Asia, from a historical perspective. The journal presents a necessarily diverse range of perspectives not only on the contemporary and modern art of Southeast Asia, but indeed of the region itself: its borders, its identity, its efficacy, and its limitations as a geographical marker and a conceptual category. As such, the journal is defined by a commitment to the need for and importance of rigorous discussion, of the contemporary and modern art of the domain that lies south of China, east of India, and north of Australia.
The journal publishes a mix of peer-reviewed Articles and non-peer-reviewed material, including Roundtables, Responses, Translations, exhibition and book Reviews and archival documents worthy of circulation. Southeast of Now is indexed in Scopus and listed in the Directory of Open Access Journals.
The journal is edited by a collective of scholars and practitioners (http://southeastofnow.com/editorial-collective/), supported by an eminent and active Advisory Board.
This journal is open access thanks to the support of the Chen Chong Swee Asian Arts Programme at Yale-NUS College and the Foundation for Arts Initiatives. Print subscriptions are available and individual numbers are available at selected bookshops in the region. We do not charge author processing fees of any kind.
Scopus, the world's largest indexer of global research content, recently accredited Southeast of Now. The journal is also listed on the Directory of Open Access Journals (DOAJ) (https://doaj.org/toc/2425-0147).
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Isabel Ching, University of Heidelberg
Brigitta Isabella, KUNCI Cultural Studies Center, Yogyakarta
Yvonne Low, University of Sydney
Roger Nelson, Nanyang Technological University
Vuth Lyno, Sa Sa Art Projects, Phnom Penh
Thanavi Chotpradit, Silpakorn University
Eileen Legaspi-Ramirez, University of the Philippines
Vera Mey, SOAS, University of London
Simon Soon, University of Malaya
John Clark, University of Sydney
Nikos Papastergiadis, University of Melbourne
Nora A. Taylor, School of the Art Institute of Chicago
Patrick D. Flores, University of the Philippines
T. K. Sabapathy, National University of Singapore
Ashley Thompson, SOAS, University of London
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