Appel à contributions : 2nd SEAARC (Southeast Asia Architecture Research Collaborative) Symposium

“Modernity’s ‘Other’ – Disclosing Southeast Asia’s built environment across the colonial and postcolonial worlds”, 5-7 janvier 2017, Département d’architecture, SDE, Université Nationale de Singapour

Date limite pour l’envoi des abstracts : 05 juillet 2016

Thèmes des interventions :

  • Challenges of the archive
  • Teleology fractured and abondoned
  • Architecture and violence
  • Types, minor types and non-types

Appel à contributions : “Intimate Connections: Everyday Experiences of Inter-Asian Ties”

Date limite d’envoi des abstracts : 10 juin 2016

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11-13 Août 2016, Australian National University

A workshop sponsored and organized by the Japan Institute and the College of Asia and the Pacific, the Australian National University

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Indonesia and the Malay World, vol. 44, no. 129 (2016)

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  • The divinatory role of the Qurʾan in the Malay World by Majid Daneshgar
  • Fundamentalism and religious dissent: the LPPI’s mission to eradicate the Ahmadiyya in Indonesia by Ahmad Najib Burhani
  • The literary motif of head-taking in Old Javanese court poems (kakavin): cěṅěl and varagaṅ terms revisited by Jiří Jákl
  • Three Arabic letters from North Sumatra of the sixteenth and seventeenth centuries by A. C. S. Peacock
  •  Managing minorities in competitive authoritarian states: multiracialism and the hijab issue in Singapore by Walid Jumblatt Abdullah
  •  Multicultural Hang Tuah: Cybermyth and popular history making in Malaysia by Rusaslina Idrus
  • Contemporary Indonesian and Malaysian interpretations of ‘no compulsion in religion’ by Natalia Laskowska
  • Motinggo Busye and his popular novels : A socio-historical analysis of the middle class emotional experience of economic modernisation in new order Indonesia by Sony Karsono
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Journal of Vietnamese Studies, vol. 11, no. 1 (hiver 2016)

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Research Essays

  • The Ambiguous Legacy of Ngô Đình Diệm in South Vietnam’s Second Republic (1967–1975) by Sean Fear
  •  Wearing Modernity : Lemur Nguyễn Cát Tường, Fashion, and the “Origins” of the Vietnamese National Costume by Martina Thucnhi Nguyen
 Feature Roundtable Review
  •  Review: American Reckoning: The Vietnam War and Our National Identity by Christian Appy / Tuong Vu
  •  Review: American Reckoning: The Vietnam War and Our National Identity by Christian Appy / Andrew Wiest
  •  Review: American Reckoning: The Vietnam War and Our National Identity by Christian Appy / Edward Miller
 Book Reviews

Cette revue est disponible en ligne et en version papier à la BULAC.

Journal of Contemporary Asia, vol. 46, no. 3 (août 2016)

tandfonlineNuméro spécial : “Military, Monarchy and Repression: Assessing Thailand’s Authoritarian Turn”

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Introduction

  •  Introduction: Understanding Thailand’s Politics by Veerayooth Kanchoochat and Kevin Hewison

Articles

  • The 2014 Thai Coup and Some Roots of Authoritarianism by Chris Baker
  •  Inequality, Wealth and Thailand’s Politics by Pasuk Pongpaichit
  •  The Resilience of Monarchised Military in Thailand by Paul Chambers and Napisa Waitoolkiat
  • Thailand’s Deep State, Royal Power and the Constitutional Court (1997–2015) by Eugénie Mérieau
  • Thailand’s Failed 2014 Election: The Anti-Election Movement, Violence and Democratic Breakdown by Prajak Konkirati
  • Reign-seeking and the Rise of the Unelected in Thailand by Veerayooth Kanchoochat
  •  Rural Transformations and Democracy in Northeast Thailand by Somchai Phatharathananunth
  •  – Redefining Democratic Discourse in Thailand’s Civil Society by Thorn Pitidol

Book Reviews

http://www.tandfonline.com/toc/rjoc20/46/3

Cette revue est disponible en ligne et en version papier à la BULAC et à la bibliothèque de la Maison de l’Asie.

Journal of Current Southeast Asian Affairs, vol. 35, no. 1 (2016)

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– Can ASEAN Cope with China? by Mark Beeson

– Understanding the Oppressed: A Study of the Ahmadiyah and Their Strategies for Overcoming Adversity in Contemporary Indonesia by Aleah Connley

– Can Social Protection Weaken Clientelism? Considering Conditional Cash Transfers as Political Reform in the Philippines by Arun Ranga Swamy

Regional Commonalities and Regional Identities: Forging a Normative Understanding of Southeast Asian Identity by Gürol Baba

– Myanmar’s Foreign Policy under the USDP Government: Continuities and Changes by Maung Aung Myoe

 Book Reviews

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Hommage à Christian Pelras : « Regards croisés » Bretagne-Sulawesi

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Fondation pour les sciences sociales : appel à candidatures 2016-2017 – Le retour des frontières

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Quelques thèmes de réflexion :
– Migrations internationales et droit des étrangers
– Normes nationales et internationales
– Populismes et nationalismes
Qui est concerné ?

« Les bourses s’adressent aux chercheurs ou enseignants en début ou milieu de carrière. Sont éligibles les personnes de toute nationalité et tout statut, rattachées à des institutions de recherche françaises (même si elles exercent à l’étranger), ayant moins de 50 ans (nées après le 15 juillet 1966) et titulaires d’une thèse de doctorat.

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Call for Applications: EU-ASEAN Perspectives III

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The Young Initiative on Foreign Affairs and International Relations e.V. (IFAIR) invites students, young professionals and researchers to participate in the 3rd Interregional EU-ASEAN Perspectives Dialogue, taking place between July and November 2016. Once again they will
bring together young researchers from Europe and Southeast Asia in an online conference and a high-level live panel debate. The third edition of the interregional project will be held in 2016 under the theme:

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