The Southeast Asian Archaeology Newsblog (SEAArch) started out as a personal project in 2006 as an online news archive about the archaeology of Southeast Asia. It started just after I finished my undergraduate degree, and has followed me as I obtained my advanced degees and throughout the course of my career as an archaeologist working in Southeast Asia.
Over the years it has grown into a repository of information for scholars, researchers and enthusiasts worldwide. As of September 2020, I have indexed over 5,000 news stories; the website reaches an average of 5,000 readers every month, 7,600 followers on Instagram, 2,000 followers on Twitter and 8,400 followers on Facebook.
My goal is to make the website a useful resource of information about the archaeology of Southeast Asia. Besides news stories, I post updates on job listings, academic opportunities, latest research and, when I have the time, create detailed resource pages of my own.
The website maintained as a personal project with my own financial resources. The costs of running the site is offset by some advertising and affiliate links, and through this Buy Me a Coffee page. If you find the SEAArch website useful, consider buying me a coffee (virtual or real) to help keep this site going - it is the best and most direct way of supporting the site.
thank you for this very informative e-magazine, I very much enjoy it and it keeps me up to date on issues and discoveries I would not be able to otherwise find in one place. You are providing a very appreciated, important services.
A most useful site. Thank you.