The UCI Libraries' Southeast Asian Archive is the richest collection of books, reports, manuscripts, archival materials, photos, artwork, and ephemera documenting the peoples of Vietnam, Laos, and Cambodia outside their homelands.
In the righthand frame, note the links to learn more about the collections, exhibits, and research award.
The UCI Libraries' Southeast Asian Archive (SEAA) is a part of the UCI Libraries' Special Collections Department. The SEAA circulating materials are housed in the Orange County & Southeast Asian Archive Center and in the archival collections in Special Collections (Langson 5th floor, closed stacks).
Students, faculty, staff, and community members from everywhere are welcome to visit the SEAA in person. In this guide, use the tab, Research Topics, to see the wide variety of topics and questions that have brought people to the SEAA.
Collection Guides for all of the SEAA archival collections are available in full-text online. Some of the materials in these collections have been digitized. All of the materials may be viewed in person at the Special Collections & Archives Reading Room (UCI Langson Library 5th floor)
Celebrating Research: Rare and Special Collections from the Membership of the Association of Research Libraries profiles one collection from each of the top 120+ research libraries in North America. The UC Irvine Libraries chose to highlight the Southeast Asian Archive.