2019.15: Ajmal Khan: Understanding the Nuclear State in India: Experience from Kudankulam and Jaitapur Nuclear Power Projects
2019.14: Jahnu Bharadwaj, Archival Research as Fieldwork: Reflections on a Small Government Archive in Assam
2019.13: Wayne E. Arnold, Japan Field Research on Henry Miller
2019.12: Asoka Bandarage, The Easter Attacks and Geopolitical Conflict in Sri Lanka
2019.11: Samuel H. Bass, Notes on Encountering Slavery Skepticism in Mongolia
2019.10: Abdillah Noh, Malaysia One Year After: An Interview with Tan Sri Syed Hamid Albar
2019.9: The Future of the Mekong River: An Interview with Brian Eyler
2019.8: Moss Roberts, Rethinking U.S. Sinophobia
2019.7: Gareth Porter, How the U.S. Navy Sold the Vietnam War
2019.6: Dave Paulson, Livestream in the Context of Ethnographic Fieldwork: A New Media Literacy
2019.5: James D. Seymour, Hong Kong Nears Its Half Way Point
2019.4: Amanda Lanzillo, Archival Research as Fieldwork: Reflections on Small and Under-utilized Indian Archives
2019.3: Richard Kagan, A Review of Sophie McIntyre’s Imagining Taiwan: The Role of Art in Taiwan’s Quest for Identity (1987-2010). Brill Press, 2018.
2019.2: Sergei O. Kurbanov, The Trump-Kim Summit: A Win-Win Lottery or Step Forward?
2019.1: Asoka Bandarage, The Demise of Sri Lanka's Independence
Moss Roberts, Korean Conundrums