Anthony Reid Prize in Southeast Asian Studies

Offered by ANU College of Asia & the Pacific


Each year the College of Asia and the Pacific may offer a prize known as the Anthony Reid Prize in Southeast Asian Studies.

The objective/s of the prize are to encourage scholarly interest in Southeast Asian studies; and to reward outstanding academic performance in Southeast Asian studies.

Funding for this prize has been provided by Professor Anthony Reid FAHA, FBA, FRHistS, Hon D.Lit. Professor Reid (now Emeritus) was the the university's first full professor of Southeast Asian History (1989-99), as well as founding director of the Asia Research Institute of NUS, Singapore (2002-7). Professor Reid was awarded the Fukuoka Prize in 2002, and the Life Achievement Award of the Association of Asian Studies in 2011.

Details of prizes including eligibility and Conditions of Award are subject to change without notice.

Previous winners

Year Name
2017 Wei Yang Eugene Chew
2013 Michael Sloggett