Exploring Southeast Asia's Border(less) State and Society

The theme of this symposium explores the borders of Southeast Asia as both a philosophical, social, cultural, geographical, political, institutional and psychological divisions. It explores the various aspects pertaining to borders and divisions; how it is maintained, regulated and normalized; how it is changed, refurbished and reimagined; how it is transgressed, reconstituted and recreated in new forms of contact and relationship.


The accepted papers will be submitted in journals that are indexed by Scopus or DOAJ:

  1. Philippine Journal of Science
  2. Humaniora
  3. Kawistara
  4. Mimbar Hukum
  5. Al-Jamiah
  6. Indonesian Journal of Islam and Muslim Societies
  7. IKAT - The Indonesian Journal of Southeast Asian Studies
  8. ASEAN Journal on Science and Technology for Development (AJSTD)


Dr. Ratna Noviani
Dr. Wenty Marina Minza
Dr. Poppy Winanti
Dr. Arqom Kuswanjono
Dr. Jur. Any Andjarwati
Dr. Al Makin
Prof. Noorhaidi Hasan