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We have decided that we need to enliven the cover design and move from the map of Southeast Asia to something more exciting. We have therefore introduced a new series of cover photographs provided by Jonathan Rigg.
History in brief: the first issue of Aseasuk News in 1984 was edited by the then secretary of ASEASUK, Tony Stockwell. The second series in 1987 was edited by Jan Wisseman Christie and Terry King then at the University of Hull. The enlarged newsletter issued twice yearly was in part designed to fill the gap left by the demise of the British Institute and its quarterly South‐East Asian Studies Newsletter (1980-1986) and to merge it with the University of Hull’s South‐East Asian Studies News.
Pauline Khng and Terry King continued the series with 20 issues of Aseasuk News bearing Southeast Asian stamps on its cover after Jan stood down in 1993. Following the closure of the Hull Centre for South-East Asian Studies in 2003 the newsletter has since been hosted by SOAS.
Previous to this issue, the cover designed by Jonathan Foran showed a map of Southeast Asia which is also ASEASUK’s logo.
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