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Fall 2005 | Volume 25, Number 1 | Download PDF
Southeast Asia Studies
Ensuring Access to Southeast Asia Resources
The growth and achievements of SEAM, its preservation and acquisition strategies, and collection highlights.

The Yale-CRL undertaking to preserve the official documentation of the activities, policies, and objectives of the Santebal, the secret state police of Cambodia's Khmer Rouge.

The newly acquired, five-part archive of British Foreign Office Files covering Southeast Asia from 1959-1966. The archive includes extensive documentation of the U.S. war in Viet Nam.
How SEAM established a microfilming program at the National Library of Viet Nam, to ensure preservation of rare newspapers, with details on funding, training, field logistics, and highlights of the preserved materials.
Details on the October 1, 2005 launch of the Digital Southeast Asia Library, based at Northern Illinois University Library, which provides free access to a number of collaborating archives.
Photo from Khmer Rouge archives
Photo from Khmer Rouge archives