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


  • 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

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