Myanmar/Burma: Online Research Resources
Open Access Journals
Asian-Pacific Law & Policy Journal, University of Hawaii
This website provides online Journal articles about law and policy study in Asia-Pacific regions. Browse the journal or type a related topic in search after connecting to the link.
Digital issues of the Bulletin of the Burma Studies Group from Spring 1973 to Spring/Fall 2014.
We work with the democracy movement and its supporters to produce resources and create opportunities for:
• Building and strengthening strategic relationships among key networks and organisations from Burma, ASEAN and the international community.
• Implementing innovative strategies that are responsive to emerging needs and urgent developments.
• Inspiring and building confidence for empowerment among activists, particularly women, youth and all ethnic groups of Burma.
This is a website of the Journal of Asian Studies. It covers a range of research topics about Asia, and some articles are free for download.
Kyoto Review of Southeast Asia
This website provides reviews of socio-political topics related to Burma and Southeast Asia. Type a related topic in search after connecting to the link.
SOAS Bulletin of Burma Research
This is a bulletin website that provides full download of research articles related to Burmese history.
Banking Industry in Southeast Asia Web Archive This is an ongoing collection started in spring of 2017 highlighting the government, autonomous or semi-government, and a selection of the largest banks in the region. Many of these banks produce a significant number of publications in PDF format making the information difficult to collect comprehensively in print format. This will help researchers understand the banking landscape in the region.
Center for Southeast Asian Studies, University of Hawaii
This website contains a collection of 250 pictures taken in Burma in 2000.
Digital Collections, University of Washington Libraries
This websites contains old photograph collection and scanned- introductory paragraphs of Journal article in Thai scripts and other countries in Southeast Asia. Select a type of search, then type a related topic in search after connecting to the link.
The Griffith Asia Institute (GAI) is an internationally recognised research centre in the Griffith Business School. GAI aims to be the informed voice leading Australia's strategic engagement in the Asia Pacific by cultivating knowledge, capabilities and connections that will inform and enrich Australia's Asia-Pacific future. GAI's focus is on conducting and supporting excellent and relevant research on the politics, security, economies and development of the Asia-Pacific region; facilitating effective partnerships and policy outcomes for positive impact in the region; leading and informing public debate on Australia's place in the Asia Pacific; and shaping the next generation of Asia-Pacific leaders.
Photo collections of the Asian Collection (University of Hawaii at Manoa)
This site contains old photo collections about Burma and Southeast Asia.
SEAsite, Burma (Northern Illinois University)
This site provides a information about Burmese literature, language and culture.
Southeast Asia Visions Collection (Cornell University Library)
This site provides full download of old texts and rare book collection about Burma. Type a related topic in search after connecting to the link.
Southeast Asian Images and Texts, Burma (University of Wisconsin Digital Collections)
This site contains images and texts collection about Burma. Type a related topic in search after connecting to the link.
The National Library of Australia
This website provides a photograph digital collection of Burma and Southeast Asia. Type a related topic in search after connecting to the link.
University of Washington Libraries-Library Guides, Burma
This is a collection of old research articles about culture and history of Burma. Type a related topic in search after connecting to the link.
World History Archive, Burma
This site collects and stores statements about political, social and historical events of Burma.