Revue en ligne du Chao Center for Asian Studies, Rice University, Houston (Texas).
Le premier numéro paraîtra à l’automne 2016.
“The Journal of Transnational Asian Studies (JTAS) envisions Asia in transnational time and space. Interdisciplinary, transhistorical, and transnational in approach, the JTAS publishes scholarship that challenges traditional understandings of Asia, moving beyond the confines of area studies and national-state focus, and capturing the emergent forms of Asia-related, Asia-
inspired, and Asia-driven themes and sites of inquiry in the world today.”
- Letter-writing and Transnational Activism on Behalf of Indonesian Political Prisoners: Gatot Lestario and his Legacy by Vannessa Hearman
- From Rebels to Rulers: The Challenges of Transition for Non-state Armed Groups in Mindanao and Myanmar by Ashley South & Christopher M. Joll
- Non-government Organizations, Villagers, Political Culture and the Lower Sesan 2 Dam in Northeastern Cambodia by Ian G. Baird
- Ecosystem Restoration Concessions in Indonesia: Conflicts and Discourses by Reiner Buergin
- Politics Through the Lens of Language, Literature, Films, and Wayang: Remembering Benedict Anderson by Apichai W. Shipper
- Introduction by Peter Cox and Boike Rehbein
- Bibliography of the Works of Grant Evans
- The Genesis of Red Brotherhood at War by Kelvin Rowley
- From Peasants to Lords : the Intellectual Evolution of Grant Evans by Chris Hutton and Dominic Blaettler
- Upland Geopolitics : Finding Zomia in Northern Laos c. 1875 by Michael Dwyer
- Lao Peasants after Socialism by Boike Rehbein
- Contextualizing Development: Grant Evans, Peasant Studies and the Lao Development Sector by Kathryn Sweet
Cette revue est en libre accès.
Guest Editors: Onimaru Takeshi and Khoo Boo Teik
- Introduction: A Place for Networks in Asian Politics by Khoo Boo Teik and Onimaru Takeshi
- Very Distinguished Alumni: Thai Political Networking by Pasuk Phongpaichit, Nualnoi Treerat, and Chris Baker
- The Rise and Fall of Virata’s Network: Technocracy and the Politics of Economic Decision Making in the Philippines by Teresa S. Encarnacion Tadem
- Networks in Pursuit of a “Two-Coalition System” in Malaysia: Pakatan Rakyat’s Mobilization of Dissent between Reformasi and the Tsunami by Khoo Boo Teik
- Contending Political Networks: A Study of the “Yellow Shirts” and “Red Shirts” in Thailand’s Politics by Naruemon Thabchumpon
- Shanghai Connection: The Construction and Collapse of the Comintern Network in East and Southeast Asia by Onimaru Takeshi
- Looking at Links and Nodes: How Jihadists in Indonesia Survived by Miichi Ken
Cette revue est en libre accès.
- Sons of Khun Bulom: The discovery by modern Lao historians of the ‘birth of the Lao race’ by Ryan Wolfson-Ford
- Kritsana son nong: The politics and practice of manners in modern Thailand (1950s–1970s) by Juthamas Tangsantikul
- Narrating the national border: Cambodian state rhetoric vs popular discourse on the Preah Vihear conflict by Kimly Ngoun
- Following Uncle Hồ to save the nation’: Empowerment, legitimacy, and nationalistic aspirations in a Vietnamese new religious movement by Chung Van Hoang
- Nguyễn Công Trứ at the court of Minh Mạng by Keith W. Taylor
- The formation and remarkable persistence of the Oecusse-Ambeno enclave, Timor by Laura S. Meitzner Yoder
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