MANUSYA thanks our previous editor-in-chief and welcomes a new editorial team.


MANUSYA: Journal of Humanities would like to express a deepest gratitude to our outgoing editor-in-chief Prof. Amara Prasithrathsint for her 16 years of tremendous service to our journal and to the humanities research community in Thailand, Southeast Asia, and beyond. Since 1996, our journal has been transformedunder her leadership from a largely domestic journal to a truly international one. In the past few years, we have seen a steady rise in the number of submissions as well as an increase in author diversity. Currently, we are publishing around 20 articles by authors from various countries both inside and outside of Southeast Asia. Furthermore, we are now indexed in various internationally recognized databases including ASEAN Citation Index (ACI), Modern Language Association (MLA), and Scopus. All this could not have possibly happened without her vision and hard work. 

MANUSYA would also like to welcome our new editors: Pittayawat Pittayaporn (editor-in-chief), Kanya Watanagun (associate editor) and Treepon Kirdnak (associate editor). The new team is implementing some changes to keep up with the ever changing situation. We apologize for any inconveniences you may experience during this transitional period.

We look forward to your continued interests and support.

Read more about MANUSYA thanks our previous editor-in-chief and welcomes a new editorial team.

Current Issue

Vol 23 No 2 (2020)

Manusya, Journal of Humanities, 23.2 (2020)

  • Varieties of English Accents: A Study of the Degree of Preference and Intelligibility Among Second-Year English Major Students at Maejo University
  • Invented Identity of Thai Monks in Indonesia
  • The Impact of Communication Technology and Social Media on Intergenerational Relationships between Older Individuals and Their Adult Children in Bangkok
  • Central Thai Food Culture and Acculturation During World War II and the Vietnam War
  • Friedrich Halm’s Earliest Extant, Melodramatic Novelle, St. Sylvesterabend: An Austrian Dramatist’s Hidden Beginnings as a Narrative Fiction Writer
  • Analysis of the Khmer Walled Defensive System of Vimayapura (Phimai City, Thailand): Symbolism or Military Effectiveness?
  • A Dominant Global Translation Strategy in Thai Translated Novels: The Translations of Religious Markers in Dan Brown’s Thriller Novels
  • Review of Sinography: The Borrowing and Adaptation of the Chinese Script. Leiden: Brill  (Handel, Zev 2019)
Published: 2020-07-31
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