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Journal of Contemporary Asia, vol. 47, no. 3, July 2017

Journal of Contemporary Asia, vol. 47, no. 3, July 2017

Interpreting Communal Violence in Myanmar

Table of contents

Original articles

  • Introduction: Interpreting Communal Violence in Myanmar by Nick Cheesman
  • The Contentious Politics of Anti-Muslim Scapegoating in Myanmar by Gerry van Klinken and Su Mon Thazin Aung
  • Reconciling Contradictions: Buddhist-Muslim Violence, Narrative Making and Memory in Myanmar by Matt Schissler, Matthew J. Walton and Phyu Phyu Thi
  • Gendered Rumours and the Muslim Scapegoat in Myanmar’s Transition by Gerard McCarthy and Jacqueline Menager
  • Communal Conflict in Myanmar: The Legislature’s Response, 2012–2015 by Chit Win and Thomas Kean
  • Producing the News: Reporting on Myanmar’s Rohingya Crisis by Lisa Brooten and Yola Verbruggen
  • How in Myanmar “National Races” Came to Surpass Citizenship and Exclude Rohingya by Nick Cheesman

Book Reviews

  • Nick Cheesman, Opposing the Rule of Law: How Myanmar’s Courts Make Law and Order by Susanne Prager-Nyein
  • Melissa Crouch (ed.), Islam and the State in Myanmar: Muslim-Buddhist Relations and the Politics of Belonging by Iza R. Hussin
  • Jayde Lin Roberts, Mapping Chinese Rangoon: Place and Nation among the Sino-Burmese by Elaine L.E. Ho
  • Pia Joliffe, Learning, Migration and Intergenerational Relations: The Karen and the Gift of Education by Shirley Worland

Voir : http://www.tandfonline.com/toc/rjoc20/47/3

The Blooming Years : Kyoto Review of Southeast Asia

Pavin Chachavalpongpun (ed.), The Blooming Years : Kyoto  Review of Southeast Asia

This collection of articles from the Kyoto Review of Southeast Asia (KRSEA) is published with the financial support of the Center for Southeast Asian Studies (CSEAS), Kyoto University. We have compiled all the English articles from Issue 13 (March 2013), to Issue 20 (September 2016). This period marked a turning point for KRSEA with the re-launch of the website in March 2013 and the new online archive of earlier issues.

A télécharger sur : https://kyotoreview.org/the-blooming-years/

Asian ethnicity, vol. 28, no. 3, june 2017

Asian Ethnicity, vol. 28, no. 3, June 2017

Table of contents

  • Infrastructures for ethnicity: understanding the diversification of contemporary Indonesia by Zane Goebel
  • Ethnic Chinese in Malaysian citizenship: gridlocked in historical formation and political hierarchy by Cheun Hoe Yaw
  • Multi-ethnic school environment from the school leader’s perspective: challenges and approaches to improve multi-cultural competency among teachers in Malaysia by Yasmin Ahmad and Najeemah Mohd Yusof
  • Chinese Indonesians: how many, who and where? by Evi Nurvidya Arifin, M. Sairi Hasbullah and Agus Pramono
  • ‘Green Tibetans’ in China: Tibetan geopiety and environmental protection in a multilayered Tibetan landscape by Joshua Esler
  • Oppositional consciousness, cultural preservation, and everyday resistance on the Uyghur Internet by Rebecca A. Clothey and Emmanuel F. Koku
  • ‘Don’t discriminate against minority nationalities’: practicing Tibetan ethnicity on social media by Andrew Grant
  • Translating culture: missionaries and linguists in contemporary Yunnan Province by Gideon Elazar
  • Understanding ethnic visibility through language use: the case of Taiwan Hakka by Huei-ling Lai

Book Reviews

Voir : http://www.tandfonline.com/toc/caet20/18/3

 

 

Kyoto Review of Southeast Asia, no. 21, March 2017 : Political assassinations in Southeast Asia

Kyoto Review of Southeast Asia, no. 21, March 2017 : Political assassinations in Southeast Asia

Sommaire :

  • Political assassinations in Southeast Asia by guest editor Jafar Suryomenggolo
  • Murder without Progress in Siam: From Hired Gunmen to Men in Uniform by Prajak Kongkirati
  • Assassination in Thai Local Politics: A Decade of Decentralization (2000-2009) by Nuttakorn Vititanon
  • Wars of Extinction: The Lumad Killings in Mindanao, Philippines by Arnold P.  Alamon
  • Killing for whom? Extrajudicial killing cases in the Philippines by Bub Mo Jung
  • Why Does Indonesia Kill Us? Political Assassination of KNPB Activists in Papua by Budi Hernawan

A lire sur : https://kyotoreview.org/issue-21/political-assassinations-in-southeast-asia/

Journal of Asian Studies, vol. 76, no. 1 (feb. 2017)

Journal of Asian Studies, vol. 76, no. 1 (feb. 2017)

Sommaire : https://www.cambridge.org/core/journals/journal-of-asian-studies/latest-issue

A signaler : 2 articles sur le Cambodge

  • The Dead in the Land: Encounters with Bodies, Bones, and Ghosts in Northwestern Cambodia by Lisa J. Arensen
  • The Lingering Effects of Thought Reform: The Khmer Rouge S-21 Prison Personnel by Angeliki Andrea Kanavou and Kosal Path

 

 

EASTS issue 11.1 : Knowledge and Transformation in Indonesia (free access to all papers for 3 months)

EASTS issue 11.1 has just been published! This is a special issue titled « The Archipelago Observed: Knowledge and Transformation in Indonesia ». The guest editor of this issue is Sulfikar Amir.
The papers in this issue are written by
Anto Mohsin, Yuti A. Fatimah, Arum Budiastuti, Rita Padawangi.

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Inside Indonesia, no. 127 : Environmental education

Inside Indonesia, no. 127 (jan-mar 2017) : Environmental education

Table of contents

  • An urgent need for environmental education by Lyn Parker
  • Environmental child soldiers by Kelsie Prabawa-Sear
  • A write-off by Lyn Parker
  • Commodifying conservation in Borneo by Greg Acciaioli and Suraya Afiff
  • Fighting for existence by Mardha Tillah and Fahmi Rahman
  • Anticipating the future by Yunita T. Winarto, Kees (C.J) Stigter (†) and Rhino Ariefiansyah
  • Farmers’ worst ennemy by Muki T. Wicaksono, Yunita T. Winarto, Kees Stigter, Aria Sakti Handoko, Ubaidillah Pratama, Febry Sulistya

A lire sur : http://www.insideindonesia.org/edition-123-jan-mar-2016

 

The Asia Pacific Journal of anthropology, vol. 18, no. 2 (2017)

The Asia Pacific Journal of Anthropology, vol. 18, no. 2 (2017)

Site : http://www.tandfonline.com/toc/rtap20/18/2?nav=tocList

Table of contents

  • Adat in the Office: The Creative Afterlife of a New Order Cultural Policy by Ian Pollock
  • The Politics of Conversion: Religious Change, Materiality and Social Hierarchy in Central Upland Borneo by Imam Ardhianto
  • ‘No Nation of Experts’: Kustom Tattooing and the Middle-Class Body in Post-Authoritarian Indonesia by Benjamin Hegarty
  • Techniques of Death: Buddhist Practice, Femininity and Self-Cultivation at the Last Stage of Life in Vietnam by Le Hoang Anh Thu

Book Reviews (SEA)

  • Robbie Peters, « Surabaya, 1945–2010: Neighbourhood, State and Economy in Indonesia’s City of Struggle » by James Peacock
  • Sarah Turner, Christine Bonnin and Jean Michaud, « Frontier Livelihoods: Hmong in the Sino-Vietnamese Borderlands » by Sango Mahanty

 

Bulletin of Indonesian Economic Studies, vol. 52, no. 3 (december 2016)

Bulletin of Indonesian Economic Studies, vol. 52, no. 3 (december 2016)

Site : http://www.tandfonline.com/toc/cbie20/52/3

Table of contents

Survey of Recent Developments

  • Taxing Times in Indonesia: The Challenge of Restoring Competitiveness and the Search for Fiscal Space by Natasha Hamilton-Hart and Günther G. Schulze

Indonesian Politics in 2016

  • Jokowi and the New Developmentalism by Eve Warburton

Other Articles

  • The Macro Forecasting Record of the Indonesian Financial Authorities, 2004–15 by Lloyd R. Kenward
  • Consistency between Sakernas and the IFLS for Analyses of Indonesia’s Labour Market: A Cross-Validation Exercise by Sarah Xue Dong
  • The Development of Inequality and Poverty in Indonesia, 1932–2008 by Bas van Leeuwen and Péter Földvári

Book Reviews

TRaNS, vol. 5, no. 1 (january 2017)

TRaNS :Trans-Regional and -National Studies of Southeast Asia, vol. 5, no. 1 (january 2017)

Site : https://www.cambridge.org/core/journals/trans-trans-regional-and-national-studies-of-southeast-asia/latest-issue

Table of contents

Articles

  • ASEAN between China and America: Is It Time to Try Horsing the Cow? by Donald K. Emmerson
  • The ASEAN Economic Community: Deep Integration or Just Political Window Dressing? by Jörn Dosch
  • Democratizing Foreign-Policy Making in Indonesia and the Democratization of ASEAN: A Role Theory Analysis by Jürgen Rüland
  • Enduring Mistrust and Conflict Management in Southeast Asia: An Assessment of ASEAN as a Security Community by Ralph Emmers
  • Important but De-centred: ASEAN’s Role in the Southeast Asian Human Rights Space by Mathew Davies
  • ASEAN Environmental Cooperation, Transnational Private Governance, and the Haze: Overcoming the ‘Territorial Trap’ of State-Based Governance? by Helen E.S. Nesadurai
  • Eternal friends and erstwhile enemies: The regional sporting community of the Southeast Asian Games by Simon Creak
  • What Drives Institutional Reforms in Regional Organisations? Diffusion, Contextual Conditions, and the Modular Design of ASEAN by Anja Jetschke

Journal of Southeast Asian Studies, vol. 48, no. 1 (février 2017)

Journal of Southeast Asian Studies, vol. 48, no. 1 (février 2017)

Site : https://www.cambridge.org/core/journals/journal-of-southeast-asian-studies/latest-issue

Table of contents

Editorial

  • Editorial foreword by Maitrii Aung-Thwin

Research Articles

  • Drunken poets and new women: Consuming tradition and modernity in colonial Vietnam by Gerard Sasges
  • Village head elections in Java: Money politics and brokerage in the remaking of Indonesia’s rural elite by Edward Aspinall and Noor Rohman
  • ‘‘We have resisted, now we must build’’: Regionalism and nation-building in Timor-Leste by Elfie Shiosaki
  • Friction within harmony: Everyday dynamics and the negotiation of diversity in Yogyakarta, Indonesia by Edwin de Jong and Argo Twikromo
  • Quezon’s City: Corruption and contradiction in Manila’s prewar suburbia, 1935–1941 by Michael D. Pante
  • Wandering Dhamma and transnational fellowship: Addiction, aspiration and belonging among ethnic minorities on the northern Thai border by Sophorntavy Vorng

Review Article

  • David Marr’s Vietnamese Revolution by Edward Miller

Book Reviews

Independent Journal of Burmese Scholarship, vol. 1, no. 1 (August 2016)

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Independent Journal of Burmese Scholarship, vol. 1, no. 1 (August 2016) – « Special Issue on Poverty »

The Independent Journal of Burmese Scholarship —is a new, open access, digital journal of humanities (history and literary criticism) and social sciences. It aims at fostering the development of vigorous, critical, and independent research of the highest quality on Burma by scholars both in Burma and abroad.

The collection of essays collected in this inaugural issue offer illustrations of the lived experiences of poor people in urban and rural areas across Burma’s diverse geography—landscapes that range from coastal wetlands to the mountainous periphery and dry interior.

A télécharger sur : http://journalofburmesescholarship.org/issues.html

Table of contents :

  • Introduction to the New Journal by James Scott
  • Introduction to the Special Issue on Poverty by Ardeth Thawnghmung
  • Small Scale Fishermen in Rakhine State by Saw Eh Htoo
  • Poverty and Migration from Burma: Within and Without Midi Z’s Films by Wen-Chin Chang
  • Poverty and Livelihood : a Study of the Socioeconomic Situations of the Bus Conductors on No. 3 Buses by Ye Hein Haung (en birman)
  • “Fragmented Sovereignty” over Property Institutions: Developmental Impacts on the Chin Hill Communities by Siusue Mark
  • Poverty and Health in Contemporary Burma by Dr Ne Lynn Zaw and Mollie Pepper
  • On the Frontier of Urbanization: Informal Settlements in Yangon, Myanmar by Eben I. Forbes

 

 

 

 

Asian Studies Review, vol. 41, no. 1 (2017)

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Asian Studies Review, vol. 41, no. 1 (2017)

Table of contents : http://www.tandfonline.com/toc/casr20/41/1

A signaler :

  • Buddhism, Democracy and Power in the 1932 Thai Revolution by Arjun Subrahmanyan
  • Nargis and Haiyan: The Politics of Natural Disaster Management in Myanmar and the Philippines by Brendan Howe & Geehyun Bang
  • Dominant Language–Ethnicity Notions of the Malaysian Chinese in Sarawak: Paternity or Patrimony? by Yann-Yann Puah & Su-Hie Ting

Journal of Current Southeast Asian Affairs, vol. 35, no. 3 (2016)

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Journal of Current Southeast Asian Affairs, vol. 35, no. 3 (2016)

The Early Duterte Presidency in the Philippines

Télécharger les PDF sur  : http://journals.sub.uni-hamburg.de/giga/jsaa

Table of contents

Introduction

Research Articles
  • The Dark Side of Electoralism: Opinion Polls and Voting in the 2016 : Philippine Presidential Election by Ronald D. Holmes
  • Bloodied Democracy: Duterte and the Death of Liberal Reformism in the Philippines by Mark R. Thompson
  • Duterte’s Resurgent Nationalism in the Philippines: A Discursive Institutionalist Analysis by Julio C. Teehankee
  • Politics of Anxiety, Politics of Hope: Penal Populism and Duterte’s Rise to Power by Nicole Curato
  • The Spectacle of Violence in Duterte’s “War on Drugs” by Danilo Andres Reyes
  • The Duterte Administration’s Foreign Policy: Unravelling the Aquino Administration’s Balancing Agenda on an Emergent China by Renato Cruz De Castro
  • Divided Politics and Economic Growth in the Philippines by Eric Vincent C. Batalla