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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

TRANS : Trans-Regional and -National Studies of Southeast Asia, vol. 5, n° 2 (2017)

TRaNS : Trans-Regional and -National Studies of Southeast Asia vol. 5, n° 2 (july 2017)

Table of contents

Articles

  • Colonial Mobility and Ambiguity: The Life of Filmmaker Hinatsu/Huyung by Thomas Barker
  • On the ‘New’ Burma Road: From Mule Caravans to Motorcycle Bands by Wen-Chin Chang
  • The Amber Road: Cross-Border Trade and the Regulation of the Burmite Market in Tengchong, Yunnan by Alessandro Rippa and Yi Yang
  • Biography and Borderlands: Chao Sone Bouttarobol, a Champassak Royal, and Thailand, Laos and Cambodia by Ian G. Baird

Book Review

  • Douglas Kammen, Three Centuries of Conflict in East Timor, Singapore: NUS Press, 2016 by Steven Farram
  • C. Michele Thompson, Vietnamese Traditional Medicine: A Social History, Singapore: NUS Press, 2015 by Nara Oda
  • Syed Muhd Khairudin Aljunied, Radicals: Resistance and protest in colonial Malaya, DeKalb: Northern Illinois University Press, 2015 by Ariffin S. M. Omar
  • Antje Missbach, Troubled Transit: Asylum Seekers Stuck in Indonesia, Singapore: ISEAS-Yusof Ishak Institute, 2015 by Realisa Darathea Masardi
  • Samson W. Lim, Siam’s New Detectives: Visualizing Crime and Conspiracy in Modern Thailand, Honolulu: University of Hawaii Press, 2016 by SeungHoon Han

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

Asian Survey, vol. 57, n° 4 (2017)

Asian Survey, vol. 57, n° 4 (july/august 2017)

A signaler :

  • The Politics of Population Aging in Singapore and Taiwan : a comparison by Jennifer Dabbs Sciubba, Chien-Kai Chen
  • Comparing Aceh and Thailand’s Southern Border Provinces : The Politics of Peace Negotiations by Chanintira na Thalang, Pinn Siraprapasiri
  • Myanmar’s Double Transition : Political Liberalization and the Peace Process by Alexander Dukalskis

Voir : http://as.ucpress.edu/content/57/4

 

Mekong Review n° 8 (August 2017)

Mekong Review n° 8 (August 2017)

Table of contents

America’s amnesia by Thomas A. Bass

Ken Burns’ The Vietnam War reminds us why America can’t make an honest film about the war it lost.

Formosakill by Calvin Godfrey

When environmental regulations prevented Formosa from building its steel plant in Taiwan, it turned to Vietnam.

Cause and karma by Amy Doffegnies

Before he was arrested, Ko Swe Win was already a target for those who want to silence him.

The past isn’t past by Sebastiano Strangio

The ghost town of Lumphat today tells us why America should forgive Cambodia’s war debt.

Poetry by Moe Way, Maung Shin Saw, Maung Sein Win

The latest in verse from around the Mekong region.

Deep South by Abby Seiff

Amid the sectarian violence, life in Thailand’s troubled south resembles life everywhere else.

Too much democracy by T. F. Rhoden

Despite appearances, something is missing at the heart of Thai democracy.

Coma-tose by Nguyen Quan

New poetry from Nguyen Quan

On the move by Martin Stuart-Fox

Rapid urbanisation has transformed Laos from a backwater to a regional hub.

Exile wounds by Michael Freeman

Ocean Vuong’s poetry describes a world of memory and desire, scarred by violence.

Life as a shopping mall by Pim Wangtechawat

How Bangkok’s middle class live out their fears and fantasies in shopping malls.

Continuer la lecture de Mekong Review n° 8 (August 2017)

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)

Table of contents

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° 132 (2017)

Indonesia and the Malay World, vol. 45, n° 132 (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