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The John M. Echols Collection on Southeast Asia

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In 1977 the Southeast Asia Collection was named in honor of John M. Echols, professor of linguistics and literature in the Southeast Asia Program, who devoted three decades to its development. The Echols Collection has been a joint undertaking of the university, the library, and the Southeast Asia Program with the goal of acquiring a copy of every publication of research value produced in the countries of Southeast Asia and publications about the region published in other parts of the world. 

Southeast Asia Visions

Southeast Asia Visions

A comprehensive online collection of 335 Western travel accounts of Southeast Asia (1633-1923) from the holdings of the Echols Collection on Southeast Asia.