Through funding provided by the The Henry Luce Foundation, Inc., the University of Pennsylvania Museum created a website in 2002 for the dissemination of scholarship on the archaeology and anthropology of Southeast Asia. Since late 2013, The Institute for Southeast Asian Archaeology (ISEAA) has assumed responsibility for content and technology updates.
Link to our newly-updated searchable bibliography of references related to Southeast Asian archaeology and ethnography; chosen references can be stored permanently in user Lists.
Downloadable tables of human skeletal data from Ban Chiang and Non Nok Tha, along with data recording forms.
An enhanced searchable database of stratigraphic, typological, and analytical data and images for all metals, crucibles, molds, and slag found at the sites of Ban Chiang, Ban Tong, Ban Phak Top, and Don Klang. Data tables can be downloaded, along with data recording forms.
Archaeological vocabulary lists in English, Lao, Thai, Khmer, and Japanese.
ISEAA is a program partner of the Urban Affairs Coalition (UAC), a nonprofit 501c3 entity. UAC administers funds raised by ISEAA, thus freeing us to focus on research and publication.