SARE: Southeast Asian Review of English is an international peer-reviewed journal founded in 1980. It publishes scholarly articles and reviews, interviews, and other lively and critical interventions.
Serving as an electronic journal from 2016, SARE aims to be a key critical forum for original research and fresh conversations from all over the world on the literatures, languages, and cultures of Southeast, South, and East Asia. It particularly welcomes theoretically-informed articles on the literary and other cultural productions of these regions.
SARE has been committed from its inception to featuring original and unpublished poems and short fiction.
Vol. 60 No. 1 (2023): SOUTHEAST ASIAN REVIEW OF ENGLISH (2023)
Special Issue on Religion, Secularism and Nationalism: Literature of South Asia
Forever Displaced: Religion, Nationalism and Problematized Belonging of Biharis in Ruby Zaman’s Invisible Lines
Notes on Contributors
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