#Insights into the publishing business

#Insights into the publishing business

September 7, 2022
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This week, our dear friend and former colleague Marie Yoshida stopped by our office to pick up her hardcopies of ‘Community Still Matters’. The book is our latest addition to the NIAS Press catalogue, and explores with twenty essays multiple aspects of …

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Editor-in-Chief receives EuroSEAS distinguished prize 2022

Editor-in-Chief receives EuroSEAS distinguished prize 2022

July 21, 2022
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#Insights into the publishing business Gerald Jackson, editor-in-chief of NIAS Press, received a special award at the European Association for Southeast Asian Studies conference in Paris last month. He was given a distinguished prize for 2022 in recogn …

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New Titles in 2022

New Titles in 2022

June 2, 2022
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For the second half of 2022, we’ve got 6 new books in the making. To keep you informed, we’ve put together this outlook for our upcoming publications. Previous Next June 2022 Community Still Matters.Uyghur Culture and Society in Central Asian Context e …

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Winter sale

Winter sale

December 7, 2020
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You can now buy ‘Everyday Justice in Myanmar’ on our website!

You can now buy ‘Everyday Justice in Myanmar’ on our website!

October 9, 2020
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What’s new in NIAS Press?

What’s new in NIAS Press?

August 17, 2020
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After an energising summer break, all of us at NIAS Press are back to business! Read on to find out about the fantastic books that we have planned for this fall at NIAS Press. Click on the image to learn more about each book, and stay posted! We will s …

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‘Dehijabbing’ in Malaysia

‘Dehijabbing’ in Malaysia

May 26, 2020
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‘The moral responsibilities placed on young women draw the limits around the multicultural and multireligious society that Malaysia is claiming to be’, claims Sylva Frisk in this thought-provoking entry. In April 2019, the book Unveiling Choice was lau …

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Performing the Arts of Indonesia

Performing the Arts of Indonesia

May 21, 2020
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”This book is a forum for information and discourse on the previously little known history, politics and identity of the performing arts of the small island region of Kepri” Read Margaret Kartomi’s account of ‘Performing the Arts of Indonesia’ a book …

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