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Suvannabhumi, vol. 9, n° 1, 2017

Suvannabhumi : Multi-disciplinary Journal of Southeast Asian Studies, vol. 9, n° 1, June 2017

Revue en libre accès dirigée par Victor T. King (Emeritus Professor, University of Leeds) et Park Jang Sik (Busan University of Foreign Studies, Korea) avec Kim Dong-Yeob (Busan University of Foreign Studies, Korea), Kim Yekyoum (Busan University of Foreign Studies, Korea) et Louie Jon A. Sanchez (Ateneo de Manila University, Philippines) et publiée par l’ISEAS.

Articles

  • “Local” vs. “Cosmopolitan” in the Study of Premodern Southeast Asia by Andrea Acri
  • Affective-discursive Practices in Southeast Asia: Appropriating emotive roles in the case of a Filipina domestic helper in Hong Kong who fell to her death while cleaning windows by Alwin C. Aguirre
  • Things Fall Apart? Thailand’s Post-Colonial Politics by Duncan McCargo
  • Articulations of Southeast Asian Religious Modernisms: Islam in Early 20th Century Cambodia & Cochinchina by William B. Noseworthy
  • An Overview of Southeast Asian Area Studies in the Philippines by Meynardo P. Mendoza
  • Nation-Building in Independent Myanmar: A Comparative Study of a History Textbook and a Civic Textbook by Myo Oo
  • Social Capital Revitalization of the Sasaq Community in Lombok, Indonesia through Learning Organization by Mansur Afifi and Sitti Latifah

Télécharger les PDF des articles sur : http://suvannabhumi.iseas.kr/?ckattempt=3

 

Asian Politics and Policy, vol. 9, n° 2, 2017

Asian Politics and Policy, vol. 9, n° 2, October 2017

Special Issue : The Philippines confront a post-American world

Table of contents

Editor’s Introduction

  • The Philippines, through the Looking Glass by Aileen S. P. Baviera

Original Articles

  • The Philippines Confronts a Post-American World: Geopolitical-Domestic-Institutional Intersections by Alice D. Ba
  • Developing a Credible Defense Posture for the Philippines: From the Aquino to the Duterte Administrations by Renato Cruz de Castro
  • Evolving Philippines-U.S.-China Strategic Triangle: International and Domestic Drivers by Richard Javad Heydarian
  • Sea Power in the 21st Century: Challenges and Opportunities for the Philippine Navy by Dianne Faye Co Despi
  • Great Power Dynamics and the Waning of ASEAN Centrality in Regional Security by Herman Joseph S. Kraft
  • Domestic Factors and Strategic Partnership: Redefining Philippines-Japan Relations in the 21st Century by Dennis D. Trinidad

Book Reviews (ASE)

  • Le Hong Hiep, « Living Next to the Giant: The Political Economy of Vietnam’s Relations with China Under Doi Moi », Singapore: ISEAS – Yusof Ishak Institute by Thuy T. Do
  • Jong-sung You, « Democracy, Inequality and Corruption: Korea, Taiwan and the Philippines Compared », Cambridge: Cambridge University Press by Hélder Ferreira do Vale

Pour plus d’informations voir : http://onlinelibrary.wiley.com/doi/10.1111/aspp.2017.9.issue-4/issuetoc

 

Journal of Current Southeast Asian Affairs, vol. 36, n° 2, 2017

Journal of Current Southeast Asian Affairs, vol. 36, n° 2, 2017

Table of contents

Research Articles

  • The Purnawirawan and Party Development in Post-Authoritarian Indonesia, 1998–2014 by M Faishal Aminuddin
  • Mechanisms of Vietnam’s Multidirectional Foreign Policy by Nicholas William Chapman
  • From Impediment to Adaptation: Chinese Investments in Myanmar’s New Regulatory Environment by SiuSue Mark, Youyi Zhang
  • A Strategy of Attrition through Enforcement: The Unmaking of Irregular Migration in Malaysia by Choo Chin Low

Review Articles

  • Civil–Military Relations during Transition and Post-Democratisation Periods: A View from Southeast Asia by Hipolitus Yolisandry Ringgi Wangge

Articles à télécharger sur : https://www.giga-hamburg.de/de/news/neues-journal-of-current-southeast-asian-affairs-22017

Philippine Political Science Journal, vol. 38, n° 2, 2017

Philippine Political Science Journal, vol. 38, n° 2, August 2017

Table of contents

Articles

  • Judicialized governance in the Philippines: toward new environmental judicial principles that translate into effective “green” policies and citizen empowerment by Eduardo T. Gonzalez
  • Exemplars in the coverage of the Bangsamoro framework agreement: using computational tools to compare Qatari and Philippine news framing by Mark L. Cabling, Fabrizio Drago and Amanda T. Andrei
  • The venture into higher education: exploring politics of education in a Philippine local government college by Ronald A. Pernia

Book Reviews

  • « Mindanao: the long journey to peace and prosperity » by Dennis Quilala
  • « Territorial disputes in the South China Sea: navigating rough waters » by Melquiades A. Acomular Jr.

Voir la suite sur : http://www.tandfonline.com/toc/rpsj20/current?nav=tocList

 

Southeast of Now, vol. 1, n° 2, October 2017

Southeast of Now : Directions in Contemporary and Modern Art in Asia,  vol. 1, n° 2, October 2017

Numéro en libre accès

Table of contents

  • Editorial : Discomfort

Articles

  • Felicitous « Misalignments »: Bagyi Aung Soe’s Manaw Maheikdi Dat Pangyi by Yin Ker
  • The Painting of Prostitutes in Indonesian Modern Art by Matt Cox
  • Rites of Change: Artistic Responses to Recent Street Protests in Kuala Lumpur by Fiona Lee
  • The Third Avant-garde: Messages of Discontent by Leonor Veiga

Curatorial Intervention

  • Queering Postnational Tendencies in Contemporary Art from Thailand by Brian Curtin

Translations

  • « We Know Where We Will Be Taking Indonesian Art », 1948 by Sindudarsono Sudjojono translated by Brigitta Isabella
  • « Untitled Letter to Editor », Jakarta, 25 December 1942 by Sindudarsono Sudjojono translated by Matt Cox

Review

  • Michelle Antoinette, « Reworlding Art History: Contemporary Southeast Asian Art after 1990 » by Clare Veal

Short Response

  • A Flimsy Image: A Case Study for Learning to Listen by Fiona Amundsen

Articles à télécharger sur : https://muse.jhu.edu/issue/37275

 

Journal of Contemporary Asia, vol. 47, n° 5, 2017

Journal of Contemporary Asia, vol. 47, n° 5, 2017

Malaysia and China in a Changing Region: Essays in Honour of Professor Lee Poh Ping

Table of contents

Articles

  • New Perspectives on Malaysia and a Rising China: Essays Honouring Lee Poh Ping by Kevin Hewison and Siew Yean Tham
  • From Patrimonialism to Profit: The Changing Flow of Funds from the Chinese in Malaysia to China by Kee Cheok Cheong, Poh Ping Lee and Kam Hing Lee
  • Dynamics of Trade in Value-Added in “Factory Asia” by Andrew Kam Jia Yi
  • Examining the Shift to Services: Malaysia and China Compared by Siew Yean Tham
  • Huawei and ZTE in Malaysia: The Localisation of Chinese Transnational Enterprises by Ran Li and Kee-Cheok Cheong
  • Navigating a Highly Protected Market: China’s Chery Automobile in Malaysia by Miao Zhang, Rajah Rasiah and John Kean Yew Lee
  • Diversity of Southeast Asian Capitalisms: Evolving State-Business Relations in Malaysia by Edmund Terence Gomez and Elsa Lafaye de Micheaux

Research Article

  • Chinese Nationalism and Trust in East Asia by Qin Pang and Nicholas Thomas

Book Reviews (SEA)

  • C.J. Jenner and Tran Truong Thuy (eds), « The South China Sea: A Crucible of Regional Cooperation or Conflict-Making Sovereignty Claims? » by Laura Southgate
  • Alexander Laban Hinton, « Man or Monster? The Trial of a Khmer Rouge Torturer » by Geoffrey C. Gunn

Voir : http://www.tandfonline.com/toc/rjoc20/current?nav=tocList

 

Inter-Asia cultural studies, vol. 18, n° 3, 2017

Inter-Asia Cultural Studies, vol. 18, n° 3, 2017

Table of contents

Editorial

  • Editorial introduction : the pluralistic thoughts and imagined boundaries in Nusantara by Ngoi Guat Peng (translated by Teo Jia Jia and Show Ying Xin)

Articles

  • The Malay question in Indonesia by Hilmar Farid
  • Rizal and the rethinking of the analytics of Malayness by Rommel A. Curaming
  • Andres Bonifacio: proletarian hero of the Philippines and Indonesia by Ramon Guillermo
  • Wartime imaginings of an archipelagic community: Fajar Asia and the quest for peninsula Malayan and Indonesian unity by Sandra Khor Manickam
  • How do Indonesians remember Konfrontasi? Indonesia–Malaysia relations and the popular memory of “Confrontation” after the fall of Suharto by Budiawan
  • Malaysia as an “Other” in Indonesian popular discourse by Farabi Fakih
  • The Malayan vision of Lim Chin Siong: unity, non-violence, and popular sovereignty by Thum Ping Tjin
  • Ethnic diversity and the nation state: from centralization in the age of nationalism to decentralization amidst globalization by Francis Kok Wah Loh
  • Ethnicity and nationalism: ideological struggles in Sarawak after the Second World War by Ngu Ik-Tien
  • Religion and politics in Malaysian nation-building: a “double-movement” of hegemonic and plural Islam by Maznah Mohamad

Visual Essay

  • Malay(sian)’s image in Indonesian media prior to Konfrontasi era December 1962 by Yerry Wirawan

Voir : http://www.tandfonline.com/toc/riac20/current

 

Architecture Beyond Europe Journal : Paradoxical Southeast Asia

Architecture Beyond Europe Journal n° 11 (2017)

Dossier : Paradoxical Southeast Asia

Sous la direction de Caroline Herbelin

In Southeast Asia, a space characterized by intense regional and global traffic networks since the sixteenth century, the architectural landscape is often seen as a palimpsest of styles. The hybrid and syncretic nature of Southeast Asian architectural forms is seen as the result of the successive waves of contacts that marked the history of this part of the world called by some the « Asian Mediterranean. » (F. Gipouloux). In this genealogy of architectural types, the colonial moment has been often considered a rupture that introduced radically new forms in vernacular architecture. Following this logic, the late twentieth century and early twenty-first century are considered as moments of further intensification of this architectural acculturation. The adoption of the international style in the megacities of the « Asian tigers, » nerve centers of the global economy, is symbolic of an urban development superficially tuned to the « global » rather than the local.
By equating the evolution of architectural forms in Southeast Asia to a transfer, mainly from West to East, this approach evades the complexity of the formation of the architectural landscape of Southeast Asia. This issue of ABEproposes to focus on the development of « syncretic » architectures of Southeast Asia by precisely tracing the circulation of techniques and architectural forms through a contextual approach. Local, regional, global have not followed each other sequentially – such a model presupposes the existence of a local, « original, » culture. Instead, these three levels of traffic have coexisted in the past. Far from simple sedimentary layers laid down over time, the production of Southeast Asian architecture has been multiscalar, rhizomic and a longue durée phenomenon. For this reason, the concept of « returns » is a particularly useful one for analyzing both « colonial » and « traditional » motifs that appear in contemporary architecture.
When rethinking the local and the global in Southeast Asian architecture, we must move beyond the binary oppositions between the vernacular and the foreign, the colonial and the post-colonial, and the modern and the traditional, while still exploring how actors used such categories dynamically. Only in this way can we explain the coexistence of such seemingly contradictory categories.

Sommaire

Lire la suite sur : https://abe.revues.org/3315

 

 

Jentayu : Hors-série n° 2 : Thaïlande

 

 

 

 

Jentayu : Hors-série n° 2 : Thaïlande

Un panorama unique de la littérature thaïlandaise contemporaine, « une architecture de proses et de poésies formant un portrait d’une littérature peu connue d’un pays mondialement touristique« , comme l’écrit Jean-Noël Orengo. Dix-neuf auteurs, pour la plupart traduits pour la première fois en français. Un recueil richement illustré grâce aux travaux de trois artistes du cru. A paraître le 9 octobre.

Sommaire

  • Avant-propos, Jean-Noël Orengo
  • Introduction, Marcel Barang (Thaifiction.com)
  • Ils ont dit… (la télé en fait foi), Aphichart Chandaeng
  • Camionnette à la demande, Darunee Dechanusorn
  • Octobre, Chart Korbjitti
  • Par-delà l’enclos de notre maison, Rossanee Nurfarida
  • La petite sœur, Notthee Sasiwimon
  • Un couple qui tient la route, Sila Komchai
  • L’appartement, Nirattisai Lorarunothai
  • Seule au monde, Prathana Rattana
  • Marout regarde la mer, Prabda Yoon
  • Restaurant, Prat Andaman
  • Fresh Kills, Kanthorn Aksornam
  • Un autre jour de bonheur façon 1984, Wiwat Lertwiwatwongsa
  • Les sœurs cadettes, Jadet Kamjorndet
  • Toujours là, Uruda Covin
  • Incendies (revu et corrige), Win Lyovarin
  • Ballet sans chevilles, Muthita
  • Les faibles, Chanwalee Srisukho
  • Un poème doit être, non dire, Saneh Sangsuk
  • Enfants d’Asie du Sud-Est, Siriworn Kaewkan

Voir : http://editions-jentayu.fr/nos-publications/

South East Asia Research, vol. 25, n° 3, September 2017

South East Asia Research, vol. 25, n° 3, September 2017
Special issue : Value transfers in Southeast Asia : Religion, Charity, and Subjectivity in an era of Neoliberal Reform

Guest editor : Konstantinos Retsikas

Table of contents

  • Value transfers in South East Asia by Konstantinos Retsikas
  • Domestic volunteer tourism in Thailand : The volunteer spirit and the politics of ‘good people’ by Nattaka Chaisinthop
  • The neglected side of philanthropy : Gifts to hungry ghosts in contemporary Việt Nam by Marina Marouda
  • An excess of goodness? Volunteering among aid professionals in Cambodia by Anne-Meike Fechter
  • The gift of future time: Islamic welfare and entrepreneurship in 21st century Indonesia by Konstantinos Retsikas
  • The great value of poor migrants: State policies, Christian morality and primary education in Sabah, Malaysia by Yvan Schulz

Book reviews

  • Th. C. van der Meij and N. Lambooij (eds),The Malay Hikayat Miʿrāj Nabi Muḥammad by Peter Riddell
  • Jeremy Menchik, Islam and Democracy in Indonesia: Tolerance Without Liberalism by Chris Chaplin

Voir : http://journals.sagepub.com/toc/ser/current

 

Journal of Vietnamese Studies, vol. 12, n° 3 (Summer 2017)

Journal of Vietnamese Studies, vol. 12, n° 3 (Summer 2017)

The Transformation of Vietnamese Studies since 1980: Essays in Honor of Hue-Tam Ho Tai

Table of contents

  • Introduction by Mark Philip Bradley
  • Hue-Tam Ho Tai’s Millenarianism and Peasant Politics in Vietnam : A Retrospective by Charles Keith
  • The Postcolonial War : Hue-Tam Ho Tai and the “Vietnamese Turn” In Vietnam War Studies by Edward Miller
  • On Memory and Materiality in the Study of Vietnam by Christina Schwenkel
  • On Radicalism and Ethnographic Research on Gender and Sexuality in Contemporary Vietnam by Ann Marie Leshkowich
  • Life Stories of Vietnamese Women Married to Chinese Men in Wanwei, Guangxi, China: A New Research Approach in Vietnam by Nguyễn Thị Phương Châm

Afterword

  • On Becoming a Student of Vietnamese History by Hue-Tam Ho Tai

Hue-Tam Ho Tai: List of Publications

  • Hue-Tam Ho Tai : List of Publications

Book Reviews

  • Nigel Thrift and Dean Forbes, « The Price of War: Urbanization in Vietnam, 1954–1985 » ; Danielle Labbé, « Land Politics and Livelihoods on the Margins of Hanoi, 1920–2010 » by Annette Kim
  •  Nam C. Kim, « The Origins of Ancient Vietnam » by John N. Miksic
  • Caroline Herbelin, Béatrice Wisniewski, and Françoise Dalex, « Arts du Vietnam: Nouvelles Approches » by Ellen Takata
  • Sarah Turner, Christine Bonnin, and Jean Michaud, « Frontier Livelihoods: Hmong in the Sino-Vietnamese Borderlands » by Oliver Tappe
  • Yves Le Jariel, « L’ Ami oublié de Malraux en Indochine: Paul Monin (1890–1929) Une vie inachevée » by Natasha Pairaudeau

Kyoto Review of Southeast Asia, n° 22 (September 2017)

Kyoto Review of Southeast Asia, n° 22 (September 2017)

Thai cosmic politics : locating power in a diverse kingdom

Table of contents

  • Thai cosmic politics : locating power in a diverse kingdom by Edoardo Siani
  • In the name of the people : magic and the enigma of health governance in Thailand by Daena Funahashi
  • Land and lordship : royal devotion, spirit cults and the geo-body by Andrew Alan Johnson
  • « Raya kita » : Malay Muslims of Southern Thailand and the King by Annusorn Unno
  • A Christmas mourning : catholicism in post-Bhumibol Thailand by Giuseppe Bolotta
  • Good, clean mourning in Thailand cosmopolitan cosmos by Matthew Philipps

A lire sur : https://kyotoreview.org/

 

Inside Indonesia, n° 129 (Jul. – Sep. 2017) : Citizenship

Inside Indonesia n° 129 (Jul. – Sep. 2017) : Citizenship

« I am an Indonesian citizen! » by Ward Berenschot and Gerry van Klinken

What does exercising citizenship in Indonesia’s democracy look like?

 Digital citizenship by M. Zamzam Fauzanafi

Online corruption talk in Banten can be vitriolic

Labour takes a citizenship approach by Hari Nugroho

Despite the impressive activism of Pekalongan’s labour union, its political clout remains limited

Indonesia’s diaspora citizens by Yearry Panji Setianto

After decades of neglect, Indonesia’s diaspora demands more rights

From mother to citizen by Vita Febriany

The New Order actively promoted citizenship of a particular kind for women

 « We are natural-born children, you are adopted » by Safrudin Amin   

Locals contest national citizenship rights in North Maluku

When « home » is not home by Laila Kholid Alfirdaus

Locals react coolly to ex-transmigrants who return to Java after fleeing violence elsewhere

 Islam and citizenship by Chris Chaplin

Organisations like Wahdah Islamiyah envision an ‘Islamic’ citizenship for Indonesia

A lire sur : http://www.insideindonesia.org/edition-129-jul-sep-2017-2

 

 

 

 

 

Southeast Asian Studies : Rural Northeast Thailand in Transition

Southeast Asian Studies, vol. 6, n° 2 (August 2017), special issue, Rural Northeast Thailand in Transition: Recent Changes and Their Implications for the Long-Term Transformation of the Region

Guest Editors: Kono Yasuyuki, Arunee Promkhambut, and A. Terry Rambo

Table of contents

Introduction by Yasuyuki Kono, Promkhambut Arunee , A. Terry Rambo

The Agrarian Transformation in Northeastern Thailand: A Review of Recent Research by A. Terry Rambo

Household Dynamics, the Capitalist Economy, and Agricultural Change in Rural Thailand by Podhisita Chai

Household Structure and Sources of Income in a Rice-Growing Village in Northeast Thailand by Yuko Shirai and A. Terry Rambo

Improvement in Rainfed Rice Production during an Era of Rapid National Economic Growth: A Case Study of a Village in Northeast Thailand by Kazuo Watanabe 

Factors Influencing Variations in the Density, Extent of Canopy Cover, and Origin of Trees in Paddy Fields in a Rainfed Rice-Farming Village in Northeast Thailand by Moriaki Watanabe, Vityakon Patma and A. Terry Rambo

Multiple Cropping after the Rice Harvest in Rainfed Rice Cropping Systems in Khon Kaen Province, Northeast Thailand by Promkhambut Arunee and A. Terry Rambo

Trends in Hybrid Tomato Seed Production under Contract Farming in Northeast Thailand by Gedgaew Chalee, Simaraks  Suchint and A. Terry Rambo

Recent Changes in Agricultural Land Use in the Riverine Area of Nakhon Phanom Province, Northeast Thailand by  Praweenwongwuthi Sorat, Kaewmuangmoon Tewin,  Choenkwan Sukanlaya and A. Terry Rambo

Book Reviews

Jamie S. Davidson, « Indonesia’s Changing Political Economy: Governing the Roads » by Tetsu Konishi

Porphant Ouyyanont, « Rural Thailand: Change and Continuity » by Jonathan Rigg

Mikael Gravers and Flemming Ytzen (eds), « Burma/Myanmar: Where Now? » ; Renaud Egreteau and François Robinne (eds), « Metamorphosis: Studies in Social and Political Change in Myanmar » by Ward Keeler

Soon Chuan Yean, « Tulong: An Articulation of Politics in the Christian Philippines » by Wataru Kusaka

Christine Bacareza Balance, « Tropical Renditions: Making Musical Scenes in Filipino America » by Anjeline de Dios

Juliet Lee Uytanlet, « The Hybrid Tsinoys: Challenges of Hybridity and Homogeneity as Sociocultural Constructs among the Chinese in the Philippines » by Richard T. Chu

Michael Herzfeld, « Siege of the Spirits: Community and Polity in Bangkok » by Sophorntavy Vorng

Pamela D. McElwee, « Forests Are Gold: Trees, People, and Environmental Rule in Vietnam » by Michitake Aso

A lire sur : https://englishkyoto-seas.org/2017/08/vol-6-no-2-of-southeast-asian-studies-volumes/

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Journal of immigrant and refugee studies, vol. 15, n° 3 (2017)

Journal of Immigrant and Refugee Studies, vol. 15, n° 3 (2017), Special Issue : Statelessness, Irregularity, and Protection in Southeast Asia

Table of contents

Introduction

  • Protection Elsewhere, Resilience Here: Introduction to the Special Issue on Statelessness, Irregularity, and Protection in Southeast Asia by Marie McAuliffe

Articles

  • Foreigners Everywhere, Nationals Nowhere: Exclusion, Irregularity, and Invisibility of Stateless Bajau Laut in Eastern Sabah, Malaysia by Greg Acciaioli, Helen Brunt and Julian Clifton
  • Contested Statelessness in Sabah, Malaysia: Irregularity and the Politics of Recognition by Catherine Allerton – A télécharger sur : http://www.tandfonline.com/doi/full/10.1080/15562948.2017.1283457
  • Unpacking the Presumed Statelessness of Rohingyas by Nyi Nyi Kyaw
  • Refugees, Islam, and the State: The Role of Religion in Providing Sanctuary in Malaysia by Gerhard Hoffstaedter
  • Birth Registration and Protection for Children of Transnational Labor Migrants in Indonesia by Jessica Ball, Leslie Butt and Harriot Beazley
  • Who Migrates? Tracking Gendered Access to Migration Within Households “In Flux” Across Time by Choon Yen Khoo, Maria Platt and Brenda S. A. Yeoh

Voir : http://www.tandfonline.com/toc/wimm20/current