- Jane Ferguson, Australian National University (Interim Chair until April 30, 2020)
- Richard Fox, University of Victoria, Anthropology (Chair, effective May 1, 2020)
- Chiara Formichi, Cornell University, Political Science
- Eric Thompson, National University of Singapore, Anthropology
- Yosef Djakababa, Universitas Pelita Harapan, History
- Pamela McElwee, Rutgers University, Environment/Anthropology
- Wasana Wongsurawat, Chulalongkorn University, History
- Ehito Kimura, University of Hawaii at Manoa, Political Science
- Erik M. Kuhonta, McGill University, Political Science
- Jonathan Padwe, University of Hawaii at Manoa, Anthropology
- Burma Studies Group
Contact (Co-Chairs): Alexandra Green: firstname.lastname@example.org and Elliott Prasse-Freeman: email@example.com
- Committee on Research Materials on Southeast Asia (CORMOSEA)
Chair: Jeffrey Shane, Southeast Asian Librarian, Ohio University; firstname.lastname@example.org.
- Council of Teachers of Southeast Asian Languages (COTSEAL)
Publisher of the Journal of Southeast Asian Language Teaching and COTSEALETTER
President: Juliana Wijaya: email@example.com
- Indonesia-Timor Leste Studies Committee (ITLSC)
Chair: Julie Chernov Hwang, Goucher College
- Malaysia/Singapore/Brunei Studies Group
Publisher of Berita
Chair: Patricia Sloane-White: firstname.lastname@example.org
- Philippine Studies Group
Contact: Megan Thomas, email@example.com.
- Thailand/Laos/Cambodia Group
Chair: Sue Darlington: smdSS@hampshire.edu and Tom Borchert: firstname.lastname@example.org
- Translations Project
Judith Henchy, Head, SE Asia Section
Box 352900, University of Washington
Seattle, WA 98195
Tel: (206) 543-3986; E-Mail: email@example.com
- Vietnam Studies Group
Chair: Margaret Suzanne Barnhill Bodemer: firstname.lastname@example.org
- The Harry J. Benda Prize, given annually to an outstanding newer scholar from any discipline or country specialization of Southeast Asian studies for a first book in the field.
- The George McT. Kahin Prize, given biennially to an outstanding scholar of Southeast Asian studies from any discipline or country specialization to recognize distinguished scholarly work on Southeast Asia beyond the author’s first book.
- The A.L. Becker Southeast Asian Literature in Translation Prize, to recognize an outstanding English translation of a work of Southeast Asian literature from any country of the region (Brunei, Cambodia, Indonesia, Laos, Malaysia, Myanmar, the Philippines, Singapore, Thailand, Timor-Leste, Viet Nam).
The Pattana Kitiarsa SEAC Prize for Best Graduate Student Paper
The AAS Southeast Asia Council’s annual prize recognizes emerging scholarship in the field of Southeast Asian studies, from any disciplinary perspective.