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The Pacific Review, vol. 30, n° 5 (2017)

The Pacific Review, vol. 30, n° 5 (September 2017)

A signaler :

  • Stress testing leadership in Malaysia: the 1MDB scandal and Najib Tun Razak by William Case
  • Drifting between accommodation and repression: explaining Indonesia’s policies toward its separatists by Kentaro Fujikawa
  • Asymmetric bargaining between Myanmar and China in the Myitsone Dam controversy: social opposition akin to David’s stone against Goliath by Debby Sze Wan Chan
  • Community, identity, orientation: sexuality, gender and rights in ASEAN by Anthony J. Langlois, Cai Wilkinson, Paula Gerber and Baden Offord

Voir :  http://www.tandfonline.com/toc/rpre20/30/5

 

Bijdragen tot de taal-, land- en volkenkunde, vol. 173, n° 2-3 (2017)

Bijdragen tot de taal-, land- en volkenkunde, vol. 173, n° 2-3 (2017)

Table of contents

Research Articles

  • In memoriam Peter Boomgaard by David Henley
  • Double Identities in Dorce’s Comedies : Negotiating Gender and Class in New Order Indonesian Cinema by Ben Murtagh
  • The Settlement of Decolonization and Post-Colonial Economic Development : Indonesia, Malaysia, and Singapore Compared by Nicholas J. White
  • Mobilizing the Masses : Street Vendors, Political Contracts, and the Role of Mediators in Yogyakarta, Indonesia by Sheri Lynn Gibbings, Elan Lazuardi, Khidir Marsanto Prawirosusanto
  • Linguistic Enfranchisement by Zane Goebel, Anthony Jukes and Izak Morin
  • Finding Cina : A New Paradigm for Early Bugis History by Ian Caldwell and Kathryn Wellen
  • An East Timorese Domain : Luca from Central and Peripheral Perspectives by Susana Barnes, Hans Hägerdal and Lisa Palmer

Review Articles

  • Film Studies in Indonesia : An Experiment of a New Generation by Intan Paramaditha
  • Learning to Love the Unknown : Chinese-Indonesian Contributions to Nation Building by Tom Hoogervorst
  • Recent Books on Malayan Independence by S. R. Joey Long

Book Reviews

  • Megha Amrith, Caring for Strangers : Filipino medical Workers in Asia written  by Rhacel Salazar Parrenas
  • Birgit Bräuchler, The Cultural Dimension of Peace : Decentralization and Reconciliation in Indonesia by Jerry van Klinken
  • Gwyn Campbell (ed.),Early Exchange Between Africa and the Wider Indian Ocean World by Mahmood Kooria
  • Majid Daneshgar, Peter G. Riddell and Andrew Rippin, The Qurʾan in the Malay-Indonesian World : Context and interpretation by Nico J. G. Kaptein
  • Daniel F. Doeppers, Feeding Manila in Peace and War 1850–1945 by Michael D. Pante
  • Tim Lindsey and Helen Pausacker, Religion, Law and Intolerance in Indonesia by Sulistyowati Irianto
  • Astrid Noren-Nilsson, Cambodia’s Second Kingdom : Nation, Imagination, and Democracy by Kosal Path
  • Fenneke Sysling, Racial Science and Human Diversity in Colonial Indonesia by Hilary Howes
  • Sarah Tiffin, Southeast Asia in Ruins : Art and Empire in the Early 19th Century by Gareth Knapman
  • Zhuang Wubin, Photography in Southeast Asia : A Survey by Henk Schulte Nordholt

Voir: http://booksandjournals.brillonline.com/content/journals/22134379

 

Critical Asian Studies, vol. 49, n° 3 (2017)

Critical Asian Studies, vol. 49, n° 3 (September 2017)

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Articles

  • Sites of repression and resistance: political space in refugee camps in Thailand by Elisabeth Olivius
  • State-backed discrimination against Shia Muslims in Malaysia by Mohd Faizal Musa and Tan Beng Hui
  • New frontiers: an enriched perspective on extraction frontiers in Indonesia by Edwin B. P. de Jong, Luuk Knippenberg and Laurens Bakker (open access)

Praxis : Research in Action

  • Putting violent armed conflict in the center of the Salween hydropower debates by Diana Suhardiman, Jeff Rutherford and Saw John Bright

CAS Roundtable: The Center Cannot Hold? Trends in Southeast Asian Politics

  • Thailand’s urbanized villagers and political polarization by Duncan McCargo (open access)
  • Signs of life in Myanmar’s nationwide ceasefire agreement? Finding a way forward by Ardeth Maung Thawnghmung
  • Coming of age in peace, prosperity, and connectivity: Cambodia’s young electorate and its impact on the ruling party’s political strategies by Netra Eng and Caroline Hughes
  • Freedom to hate: social media, algorithmic enclaves, and the rise of tribal nationalism in Indonesia by Merlyna Lim

AAS Workshop: Research at the Interface of Activism and Academia in Southeast Asia

  • Expertise, embodiment, and the dilemmas of activist research in Southeast Asia by Philip F. Kelly, Elisabeth Kramer, Ethel Tungohan, Chaya Ocampo Go, Jason Morris-Jung and Dominique Caouette
  • What is academic research on the Cambodian frontier? by Laura Schoenberger and Alice Beban
  • Reflections on governable spaces of activism and expertise in Vietnam by Jason Morris-Jung
  • Reflecting on the role of academics–activists in shifting hydropower narratives in Vietnam by Nga Dao
  • I go home to do the work: a Filipina’s practice of activist scholarship in the wake of super typhoon Yolanda by Chaya Ocampo Go
  • Reflections on academic activism against the death penalty for drug traffickers in Indonesia by Elisabeth Kramer
  • Engaged scholars in socio-political reform: the case of Aliran by Johan Saravanamuttu
  • Reflections on activists and scholars in Indonesia by Arianto Sangadji
  • Modern day slavery in Thai fisheries: academic critique, practical action by Peter Vandergeest, Olivia Tran and Melissa Marschke

Review Essays

  • Geopolitics and inter-actor relations: reflections on China’s rise in Asia by Henryk Alff
  • America: neither exceptional nor indispensable by Moss Roberts

Voir : http://www.tandfonline.com/toc/rcra20/49/3

 

Indonesia and the Malay World, vol. 45, n° 135 (2017)

Indonesia and the Malay World, vol. 45, n° 135 (July 2017)

Table of contents

  • Introduction by Jan van der Putten
  • Audiences and an artist : Illumination in Malay literary manuscripts by Annabel Teh Gallop
  • On the edge of a tradition : Some prolegomena to paratexts in Malay rental manuscripts by Jan van der Putten
  • The wheel diagram in the Malay divinatory technique of the Faal Qur’an by Farouk Yahya
  • Marks of many hands : Annotation in the Malay manuscript tradition and a Sufi compendium from West Sumatra by Mulaika Hijjas
  • The manner of the Prophet – concealed, found and regained: Revisiting the science of women by Vladimir Braginsky

Voir : http://www.tandfonline.com/toc/cimw20/45/132

 

Asian Studies Review, vol. 41, n° 3 (2017)

Asian Studies Review, vol. 41, n° 3 (september 2017)

A signaler :

Articles

  • Countering Violent Extremism in Indonesia: Bringing Back the Jihadists by Ian Chalmers
  • Moments of Proximity: Former Political Prisoners, Postmemory and Justice in Indonesia by Andrew Marc Conroe
  • Comparative Analysis of Civil Society and State Discourse on Disabled People’s Rights and Welfare in Southeast Asia 2010–16 by Paul Chaney (open access)
  • Intersections of Gender/Sex, Multiculturalism and Religion: Young Muslim Minority Women in Contemporary Bali by Lyn Parker
  • The Expansion of Emergency Powers: Social Conflict and the Military in Indonesia by Melissa Crouch
  • Putting Religion into Multiculturalism: Conceptualising Religious Multiculturalism in Indonesia by Chang-Yau Hoon

Book Reviews

  • Environment, trade and society in Southeast Asia. A longue durée perspective by Peter Borschberg
  • Illiberal democracy in Indonesia: The ideology of the family state by John Ingleson
  • Living Buddhism: mind, self, and emotion in a Thai community by Eric White
  • Witch-hunt and conspiracy: the “ninja case” in East Java by Wayan Jarrah Sastrawan
  • The Khmer lands of Vietnam: environment, cosmology and sovereignty by Ron Leonhardt

Voir : http://www.tandfonline.com/toc/casr20/41/3

New journal on Southeast Asia : Forest and society

Forest and Society, vol. 1, n° 1, april 2017 (Open access)

Welcome to our first edition. We are excited to provide a new, and what we believe, timely avenue for presenting research findings and publications in Southeast Asia, for scholars interested in Southeast Asia. Although Southeast Asia as a region of study has provided tremendous contributions to theory and practice regarding forests and society across the social and natural sciences, avenues for cultivating a scholarship of the region remain limited. Complete description can be seen here.

Table of Contents

Review Articles

  • Forest and Society: Initiating a Southeast Asia Journal for Theoretical, Empirical, and Regional Scholarship by Micah Fisher, Ahmad Maryudi, Muhammad Alif K. Sahide

Regular Research Articles

  • Managing Forest Conflicts: Perspectives of Indonesia’s Forest Management Unit Directors by Larry A. Fisher, Yeon-Su Kim, Sitti Latifah, Madani Mukarom
  • Corporate Spheres of Responsibility: Architects, Cowboys, and Eco-Warriors in Myanmar’s Oil & Gas Industry by Hillary Strasser
  • People, Land and Poppy: the Political Ecology of Opium and the Historical Impact of Alternative Development in Northwest Thailand by Bobby Anderson
  • Productivity and Cost Analysis of Forest Harvesting Operation in Matang Mangrove Forest, Perak, Malaysia by Albert Empawi Tindit, Seca Gandaseca, Laurna Nyangon, Ahmad Mustapha Mohamad Pazi
  • Potential Economic and Development Prospects of Non Timber Forest Products in Community Agroforestry Land around Sibolangit Tourism Park by Oding Affandi, Anita Zaitunah, Ridwanti Batubara

Voir : http://journal.unhas.ac.id/index.php/fs/index

 

 

ASEAS 10(1) – Gender, Ethnicity, and Environmental Transformations

Austrian Journal of Southeast Asian Studies (ASEAS) 10(1) – Gender, Ethnicity, and Environmental Transformations – June 2017

Online and open access journal of the Society of Southeast Asian Studies (Austria)

Table of contents

Editorial

  • Gender, Ethnicity, and Environmental Transformations in Indonesia and Beyond by Kristina Großmann, Martina Padmanabhan, Suraya Afiff

Current Research on Southeast Asia

  • Contested Development in Indonesia: Rethinking Ethnicity and Gender in Mining by Kristina Großmann, Martina Padmanabhan, Katharina von Braun
  • Men, Women, and Environmental Change in Indonesia: The Gendered Face of Development Among the Dayak Benuaq by Michaela Haug
  • Separating Sisters From Brothers: Ethnic Relations and Identity Politics in the Context of Indigenous Land Titling in Indonesia by Stefanie Steinebach, Yvonne Kunz
  • Transdisciplinary Responses to Climate Change: Institutionalizing Agrometeorological Learning Through Science Field Shops in Indonesia by Yunita Triwardani Winarto, Cornelis Johan (Kees) Stigter, Muki Trenggono Wicaksono
  • “Only if You Really, Really Need It”: Social Rights Consciousness in the Philippines by Niklas Reese

Research Workshop

  • Community-Based Disaster Risk Management in the Philippines: Achievements and Challenges of the Purok System by Angelina Matthies

In Dialogue

  • “I Don’t Want to Limit Myself to Binary Thinking”: An Interview With the Indonesian Artist Arahmaiani by Gunnar Stange

Book Reviews

  • Keller, A. (Hg.). (2015). Indonesien 1965ff. Die Gegenwart eines Massenmordes. Ein politisches Lesebuch.  Franziska Blum
  • Chandler, D., Cribb, R., & Narangoa, L. (Eds.). (2016). End of Empire. 100 Days in 1945 That Changed Asia and the World.  Iris O’Rourke
  • Aspinall, E. & Sukmajati, M. (Eds.). (2016). Electoral Dynamics in Indonesia. Money Politics, Patronage and Clientelism at the Grassroots. Gunnar Stange

A télécharger sur : http://www.seas.at/our-journal-aseas/browse-issues/aseas-101-gender-ethnicity-and-environmental-transformations/

 

Philippine Studies : historical and ethnographic viewpoints, vol. 65, n° 2 (2017)

Philippine Studies : historical and ethnographic viewpoints, vol. 65, n° 2 (2017) : The Vagaries of Literary Interpretation

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Articles

  • Did Padre Damaso Rape Pia Alba? Reticence, Revelation, and Revolution in José Rizal’s Novels by Caroline S. Hau
  • Merlinda Bobis’s Fish-Hair Woman: A Magical Rendering of History by Kit Ying Lie
  • Women of Storm Surges: Meaning Making as Cultural Process of Social Repair for Yolanda Survivors by Chaya Ocampo Go

Book Reviews

  • Gerald R. Gems, Sport and the American Occupation of the Philippines: Bats, Balls, and Bayonets by Marco Stefan B. Lagman
  • Maria Christine Muyco, Síbod: Ideology and Expressivity in Binanog Dance, Music, and Folkways of the Panay Bukidnon by Christi-Anne Castro

Voir : http://www.philippinestudies.net/ojs/index.php/ps/issue/current/showToc

 

Bulletin of Indonesian Economics Studies, vol. 53, n° 1 (2017)

Bulletin of Indonesian Economics Studies, vol. 53, n° 1 (2017)

Table of contents

Survey of Recent Developments

  • Labour-Market Developments at a Time of Heightened Uncertainty by Sarah Xue Dong & Chris Manning

Other Articles

  • Contract Engagement in the Small-Scale Tuna-Fishing Economies of East Java by Dias Satria & Elton Li
  • Governing the Palm-Oil Sector through Finance: The Changing Roles of the Indonesian State by Eusebius Pantja Pramudya, Otto Hospes & C. J. A. M. Termeer
  • Do Parents Invest Less in Worse-Performing Children? Evidence from the Asian Financial Crisis by Magda Tsaneva

Book Reviews

  • Anne Booth, Economic Change in Modern Indonesia: Colonial and Post-colonial Comparisons by Siddharth Chandra
  • Simon Butt, The Constitutional Court and Democracy in Indonesia by Bivitri Susanti
  • Birgit Bräuchler, The Cultural Dimension of Peace: Decentralization and Reconciliation in Indonesia by Richard Chauvel
  • Pim de Zwart, Globalization and the Colonial Origins of the Great Divergence: Intercontinental Trade and Living Standards in the Dutch East India Company’s Commercial Empire, c. 1600–1800 by Anne Booth
  • Kurniawati Astuti Dewi, Indonesian Women and Local Politics: Islam, Gender and Networks in Post-Suharto Indonesia by Ani Soetjipto

Voir : http://www.tandfonline.com/toc/CBIE20/current

 

 

 

ASEAN : 50 ans d’une expérience singulière

Politique étrangère, vol. 82, été 2017 : ASEAN : 50 ans d’une expérience singulière

En cinquante années d’existence, l’Association des nations du Sud-Est asiatique (ASEAN) a défini une approche complexe, progressive, équilibrée, de l’intégration régionale. Loin des affirmations spectaculaires de la construction européenne, elle articule les stratégies économiques et politiques d’États très divers avant tout soucieux de leurs propres souverainetés.

La « voie asiatique » s’affirme ainsi très particulière, sans nul doute efficace. Mais suffira-t-elle face aux reclassements imposés par la montée en puissance du géant chinois ?

Dossier : ASEAN : 50 ans d’une expérience singulière

Voir : https://www.ifri.org/fr/publications/politique-etrangere/asean-50-ans-dune-experience-singuliere-politique-etrangere-vol-82

The Asia Pacific Journal of Anthropology, vol. 18, n° 3, June 2017

The Asia Pacific Journal of Anthropology, vol. 18, n° 3, June 2017

A signaler :

  • Farmers and Pawns: The Role of Migrants in Agrarian Conflicts and Rural Resistance in Sumatra, Indonesia by Stefanie Steinebach
  • Not Always ‘Left-Behind’: Indonesian Adolescent Women Negotiating Transnational Mobility, Filial Piety and Care by Carol Chan

Book reviews

  • Volker Gottowik (ed.), Dynamics of Religion in Southeast Asia: Magic and Modernity by Jeremy Kingsley
  • Minh T. N. Nguyen, Vietnam’s Socialist Servants: Domesticity, Class, Gender and Identity by Ashley Carruthers
  • Donald M. Nonini, ‘Getting By’: Class and State Formation among Chinese in Malaysia by Patrick Guinness

Voir : http://www.tandfonline.com/toc/rtap20/18/3

Anthropological Forum, vol. 27, n° 2, June 2017

Anthropological Forum, vol. 27, n° 2, June 2017

A signaler :

  • Local vs. Trans-regional Perspectives on Southeast Asian ‘Indianness’ by Frederic Pain

Book reviews

  • Isabell Herrmans, Ritual Retellings: Luangan Healing Performances Through Practice by Anne Schiller
  • Nils Bubandt, The Empty Seashell: Witchcraft and Doubt on an Indonesian Island by Patricia Spyer

Voir : http://www.tandfonline.com/toc/canf20/27/2

Wacana, vol. 18, n° 2 (2017) : Chinese Indonesians in historical perspective II

Wacana, vol. 18, n° 2 (2017) : Chinese Indonesians in historical perspective II

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Articles

  • The Chinese-Indonesian collections in the National Museum of World Cultures, the Netherlands by Francine Brinkgreve, Johanna Leijfeldt
  • Chinese photographers and their clientele in the Netherlands Indies, 1890-1940 by Liesbeth Ouwehand
  • Chinese correspondence in Dutch East Indies (1865-1949) by Tjong Han Siem
  • The Kai Ba Lidai Shiji 开吧历代史记: An autonomous history of the Chinese community of Batavia/ Jakarta in the VOC period by Leonard Blussé
  • Sajarah Cina: A nineteenth-century apology in Javanese by Willem van der Molen
  • Bangsawan prampoewan: Enlightened Peranakan Chinese women from early twentieth century Java by Didi Kwartanada
  • Dr Oen Boen Ing:  Patriot doctor, social activist, and doctor of the poor by Ravando Lie
  • Culture, power and identity: The case of Ang Hien Hoo, Malang by Melani Budianta
  • Chinese taukeh, labourer, and state control: Case study of panglong in eastern region of Sumatra (1890-1930) by Erwiza Erman
  • An early story of Kho Ping Hoo by C. W. Watson
  • Pecinan as an inspiration: The contribution of Chinese Indonesian architecture to an urban environment by Wiwi Tjiook

Articles à télécharger sur : http://wacana.ui.ac.id/index.php/wjhi/issue/view/42/showToc

Wacana, vol. 18, n° 1 (2017) : Chinese Indonesians in historical perspective I

Wacana, vol. 18, n° 1 (2017) : Chinese Indonesians in historical perspective I

Table of Contents

Articles

  • The Chinese from Indonesia in the Netherlands and their heritage: Chinese Indonesian Heritage Center (CIHC) by Patricia Tjiook Liem
  • Long way home: The life history of Chinese-Indonesian migrants in the Netherlands by Yumi Kitamura
  • Indonesian Chinese in the Netherlands and the legacies of violence in colonial and post-colonial Indonesia by Alexander van der Meer, Martijn Eickhoff
  • Between ideology and experience: Siauw Giok Tjhan’s legacy to his daughter Siauw May Lie by Maya H.T. Liem, Ing Lwan Taga-Tan
  • Violent, political, and administrative repression of the Chinese minority in Indonesia, 1945-1998 by Mary Somers Heidhues
  • Chinese Indonesians after May 1998: How they fit in the big picture by Dewi Anggraeni
  • The strategic adaptation of Chinese-Manadonese in the Reform Era by Adrianus L.G. Waworuntu, Zeffry Alkatiri, Fuad Gani
  • Confucius Institute at Universitas Al Azhar, Jakarta: The unseen power of China by Thung Ju Lan
  • Moral is political: Notions of ideal citizenship in Lie Kim Hok’s Hikajat Khonghoetjoe by Evi Sutrisno
  • Chinese officers in Cirebon by Steve Haryono
  • The house of Kwee Sik Poo: An Indonesian-Chinese merchant from Pasuruan by Kwee Hong Sien

PhD Thesis Summaries

  • Chinese society as depicted in early twentieth century Chinese-Malay literature by Dwi Susanto

Book reviews

  • Book review; Petualangan Unjung dan Mbui Kuvong: Sastra lisan dan kamus Punan Tuvu’ dari Kalimantan by Bernard Sellato
  • Book review; Islamic Populism in Indonesia and the Middle East by C.W. Watson
  • Book review; Tesamoko: Tesaurus Bahasa Indonesia by Hein Steinhauer

Articles à télécharger sur : http://wacana.ui.ac.id/index.php/wjhi/issue/view/41/showToc

 

 

Pacific Affairs, vol. 90, n° 2, June 2017

Pacific Affairs, vol. 90, n° 2, june 2017

A signaler :

  • Participatory Inequality in the Online and Offline Political Engagement in Thailand by Aim Sinpeng (The University of Sydney)
  • Concrete Memories and Sensory Pasts: Everyday Heritage and the Politics of Nationhood by Kelvin E.Y. Low (National University of Singapore)
  • Review essay : Disputed Waters, Contested Norms: Framing Discourses on the South China Sea Disputes by Jiye Kim (Jawaharlal Nehru University)

Lire les abstracts sur : http://www.pacificaffairs.ubc.ca/current-issue-2/