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Sojourn, vol. 33, n° 2, 2018

Sojourn, vol. 33, n° 2, July 2018

Table of Contents

Introductory Essay

  • Plural Ecologies in Southeast Asia by Guido Sprenger, Kristina Grossmann

Articles

  • Buddhism and Coffee: The Transformation of Locality and Non-Human Personhood in Southern Laos by Guido Sprenger
  • Market Shrines and Urban Renewal in Hanoi by Gertrud Hüwelmeier
  • Conflicting Ecologies in a “Failed” Gaharu Nursery Programme in Central Kalimantan by Kristina Grossmann
  • Claiming Rights to the Forest in East Kalimantan: Challenging Power and Presenting Culture by Michaela Haug
  • Diverging Ecologies on Bali by Birgit Bräuchler

Sojourn Symposium

  • On « Mapping Chinese Rangoon: Place and Nation among the Sino-Burmese » by Jayde Lin Roberts, by Hui Yew-Fong, Wen-Chin Chang, Jayde Lin Roberts

Book Reviews

Voir : https://bookshop.iseas.edu.sg/publication/2333

Asian Studies Review, vol. 42, n° 3, 2018

Asian Studies Review, vol. 42, n° 3, 2018

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Articles

  • Survive and Thrive: Field Research in Authoritarian Southeast Asia by Lee Morgenbesser and Meredith L. Weiss
  • The Interactional Nature of Emotion Work in Thai Marriages: Anger, Romance and Guilt by Natcharee Suwannapat
  • Lost Palaces, Lost History: The Wang of Bangkok’s Rattanakosin by Ross King
  • The Legacy of the Vietnam War: Making a Living amid Unexploded Ordnance in Xieng Khouang Province, Northern Laos by Kiengkay Ounmany and Edo Andriesse
  • Decentralised Institutions and Electoral Authoritarianism: The Case of Town Councils in Singapore by Hoi-Yu Ng
  • Explaining the 2016 Islamist Mobilisation in Indonesia: Religious Intolerance, Militant Groups and the Politics of Accommodation by Marcus Mietzner and Burhanuddin Muhtadi

Book Reviews

Voir : https://www.tandfonline.com/toc/casr20/42/3?nav=tocList

Bijdragen tot de Taal-, Land en Volkenkunde, vol. 174, n° 2-3, 2018

Bijdragen tot de Taal-, Land en Volkenkunde, vol. 174, n° 2-3, 2018

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Research Articles

  • Entrepreneurs of Grievance : Drivers and Effects of Indonesia’s Islamist Mobilization by Marcus Mietzner, Burhanuddin Muhtadi and Rizka Halida
  • Then and Now : Campaigns to Achieve Rice Self-Sufficiency in Indonesia by Jamie S. Davidson
  • The Trials of Rābiʿa al-ʿAdawīyya in the Malay World :The Female Sufi in the Hikayat Rabiʿah by Mulaika Hijjas
  • Back to Sendangsono : A Marian Pilgrimage Site as a Lens on Central Javanese Cultural Values by Herman L. Beck
  • Reclaiming the Eclipsed Female in the Sacred : Semai Women’s Religious Knowledge and Its Connection to Their Rights to the Land, in Malaysia by Shanthi Thambiah, Tijah Yok Chopil and Rosalind Leong Yoke Lian

Book Reviews

Voir : http://booksandjournals.brillonline.com/content/journals/22134379/174/2-3

 

 

Journal of Southeast Asian Studies, vol. 49, n° 2, 2018

Journal of Southeast Asian Studies, vol. 49, n° 2, June 2018

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Editorial Foreword by Maitrii Aung-Thwin

Research Articles

  • Living with the dead in the killing fields of Cambodia by Caroline Bennett
  • Memories of collective victimhood and conflict in southern Thailand by Muhammad Arafat Bin Mohamad
  • From Fretilin to freedom: The evolution of the symbolism of Timor-Leste’s national flag by Catherine Arthur
  • Pamitinan and Tapusi: Using the Carpio legend to reconstruct lower-class consciousness in the late Spanish Philippines by Joseph Scallice
  • Mapping ‘the whirligig of amusements’ in colonial Southeast Asia by Nadi Tofighian
  • Still an ethnic enterprise after a generational change? Indian-owned SMEs in Malaysia by Jesrina Ann Xavier and Edmund Terence Gomez

Book Reviews

Voir : https://www.cambridge.org/core/journals/journal-of-southeast-asian-studies/issue/3DB3376CDCC547768073E8696038F190

South East Asia Research, vol. 26, n° 2, 2018

South East Asia Research, vol. 26, n° 2, June 2018

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Articles

  • Pathways to prison in Cambodia for homicide offending : Exploring women’s life history narratives by Samantha Jeffries, Chontit Chuenurah
  • Imperial ambiguities :The United States and Philippine Muslims by Mesrob Vartavarian
  • Indonesian presidents and communal violence against non-mainstream faiths by A’an Suryana
  • Atheism in Indonesia : State discourses of the past and social practices of the present by Timo Duile
  • Mnemonic hegemony, spatial hierarchy and Thailand’s official commemoration of the Second World War by Gregory V. Raymond
  • From a pile of stones to a national symbol : Preah Vihear Temple and Norodom Sihanouk’s politics of postcolonial nation-building by Kimly Ngoun

Book Review

  • Sher Banu Al Khan, Sovereign Women in a Muslim Kingdom: The Sultanahs of Aceh, 1641–1699 by Mulaika Hijjas

Voir : http://journals.sagepub.com/toc/sera/26/2

International Journal of Asian Christianity, vol. 1, n° 1 (2018)

International Journal of Asian Christianity, vol. 1, n° 1 (2018)

Editorial by Felix Wilfred

Articles sur l’ASE

  • The Apostolic Vicariate of Western Siam and the Rise of Catholicism in Malaysia and Singapore by Shanthini Pillai and Bernardo E. Brown
  • The Case of a Christian Governor in Jakarta as a Sign of Times for Catholics (and Christians) in Indonesia by Andang L. Binawan
  • On the Anthropology and Theology of Roman Catholic Rituals in the Philippines by Julius Bautista

CR d’ouvrages sur l’ASE

  • K. Koschorke, A. Hermann, E. Ph. Mogase and C. Burlacioiu (eds), Discourses of Indigenous Christian Elites in Colonial Societies in Asia and Africa around 1900—A Documentary Sourcebook from Selected Journals by Georg Evers
  • Volker Küster, Zwischen Pancasila und Fundamentalismus—Christliche Kunst in Indonesien [Between Pancasila and Fundamentalism. Christian Art in Indonesia] (Leipzig: Evangelische Verlagsanstalt, 2016) by Gudrun Löwner

Voir : http://booksandjournals.brillonline.com/content/journals/10.1163/25424246-00101001

 

 

 

 

TRANS, vol. 6, n° 2 (2018)

TRaNS : Trans-Regional and -National Studies of Southeast Asia, vol. 6, n° 2 , July 2018

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Articles

  • An Anthropological Approach to the Islamic Turn in Indonesia’s Regional Politics by Julian Millie
  • Facts and Fiction: The Myth of Suvaṇṇabhūmi Through the Thai and Burmese Looking Glass by Nicolas Revire
  • The Prayuth Regime: Embedded Military and Hierarchical Capitalism in Thailand by Prajak Kongkirati, Veerayooth Kanchoochat
  • Thailand Trapped: Catch-up Legacies and Contemporary Malaise by Veerayooth Kanchoochat
  • Political Turbulence and Stalemate in Contemporary Malaysia: Oligarchic Reconstitutions and Insecurities by Boo Teik Khoo
  • The Place of Nusantara in the Sanskritic Buddhist Cosmopolis by Andrea Acri

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

 

 

Austrian Journal of South-East Asian Studies, vol. 11, n° 1

Austrian Journal of South-East Asian Studies, vol. 11, n° 1
The Political Economy of New Authoritarianism

Guest Editors: Wolfram Schaffar, Rainer Einzenberger, Carl Middleton, Naruemon Thabchumpon

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Current research on South-East Asia

  • Frontier Capitalism and Politics of Dispossession in Myanmar: The Case of the Mwetaung (Gullu Mual) Nickel Mine in Chin State by Rainer Einzenberger
  • The Iron Silk Road and the Iron Fist: Making Sense of the Military Coup D’État in Thailand by Wolfram Schaffar
  • The Institutions of Authoritarian Neoliberalism in Malaysia: A Critical Review of the Development Agendas Under the Regimes of Mahathir, Abdullah, and Najib by Bonn Juego
  • National Human Rights Institutions, Extraterritorial Obligations and Hydropower in Southeast Asia: Implications of the Region’s Authoritarian Turn by Carl Middleton
  • Thai Doctoral Students’ Layers of Identity Options Through Social Acculturation in Australia by Singhanat Nomnian
  • Typhoons, Climate Change, and Climate Injustice in the Philippines by William N. Holden

Research Workshop

  • The Social Base of New Authoritarianism in Southeast Asia: Class Struggle and the Imperial Mode of Living by Wolfram Schaffar

In Dialogue

  • “Trust Me, I am the One Who Will Drain the Swamp”: An Interview With Walden Bello on Fascism in the Global South by Wolfram Schaffar 

Book Reviews

  • Robinson, B. G. (2018), The Killing Season. A History of the Indonesian Massacres, 1965-66, by Timo Duile

Voir : https://aseas.univie.ac.at/index.php/aseas/issue/view/191/showToc

Kyoto Review of Southeast Asia, n° 24 : Twenty Years after Suharto

Kyoto Review of Southeast Asia, n° 24 : Twenty Years after Suharto

Table of contents

  • The New Normal: Indonesian Democracy Twenty Years after Suharto by Paige Johnson Tan
  • From Autocracy to Coalitional Presidentialism: The Post-Authoritarian Transformation of Indonesia’s Presidency by Marcus Mietzner
  • Quo Vadis Civil Islam? Explaining Rising Islamism in Post-Reformasi Indonesia by Alexander R. Arifianto
  • Twenty Years After Suharto: Dynastic Politics and Signs of Subnational Authoritarianism by Yoes C. Kenawas
  • The Trajectories of Transitional Justice and Its Discontents in Indonesia by Ehito Kimura

A lire sur : https://kyotoreview.org/

Kyoto review of Southeast Asia, n° 23 : Islamism in Southeast Asia

Kyoto Review of Southeast Asia, n° 23 : Islamism in Southeast Asia

Table of contents

  • Islamism in Southeast Asia by Joseph Chinyong Liow
  • Modalities of Salafi Transnationalism in Southeast Asia by Zoltan Pall
  • Indonesia’s Islamist Mobilization by Sumanto Al Qurtuby
  • Constitutionalizing and Politicizing Religion in Contemporary Malaysia by Yvonne Tew
  • Moderate-radical Coalition in the Name of Islam: Conservative Islamism in Indonesia and Malaysia by Kikue Hamayotsu
  • Islamic Authority and the State in Brunei Darussalam by Dominik M. Müller

A lire sur : https://kyotoreview.org/issue-23/islamism-in-southeast-asia/

Bulletin of Indonesian Economic Studies, vol. 54, n° 1, 2018

Bulletin of Indonesian Economic Studies, vol. 54, n° 1, 2018

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Survey of Recent Developments

  • Can Indonesia Secure a Development Dividend from Its Resource Export Boom? by Rashesh Shrestha & Ian Coxhead

Other Articles

  • Tax Non-Compliance and Perceptions of Corruption: Policy Implications for Developing Countries by Arifin Rosid, Chris Evans & Binh Tran-Nam
  • Property-Price Determinants in Indonesia by Matthew Gnagey & Ryan Tans
  • Regional Disparity in the Body Mass Index Distribution of Indonesians: New Evidence Beyond The Mean by Toshiaki Aizawa

Note

  • Predictability, Price Bubbles, and Efficiency in the Indonesian Stock-Market by Fahad Almudhaf

Book Reviews

  • Michaela Haug, Martin Rössler, Anna-Teresa Grumblies (eds), Rethinking Power Relations in Indonesia: Transforming the Margins by Thomas P. Power
  • Hans Hägerdal, Held’s History of Sumbawa: An Annotated Translation by William G. Clarence-Smith
  • Eko Saputro, Indonesia and ASEAN Plus Three Financial Cooperation: Domestic Politics, Power Relations, and Regulatory Regionalism by Joel Rathus

Voir : https://www.tandfonline.com/toc/cbie20/54/1

 

 

 

 

 

Journal of Contemporary Asia, vol. 48, n° 4, 2018

Journal of Contemporary Asia, vol. 48, n° 4, 2018
Crisis, Populism and Right-wing Politics in Asia

Table of Contents

Original Articles

  • Asia’s Conservative Moment: Understanding the Rise of the Right by Priya Chacko & Kanishka Jayasuriya
  • The Right Turn in India: Authoritarianism, Populism and Neoliberalisation by Priya Chacko
  • Imagine All the People? Mobilising Islamic Populism for Right-Wing Politics in Indonesia by Vedi R. Hadiz
  • Authoritarian Statism and the New Right in Asia’s Conservative Democracies by Kanishka Jayasuriya
  • Limited Pluralism in a Liberal Democracy: Party Law and Political Incorporation in South Korea by Erik Mobrand
  • The Australian Right in the “Asian Century”: Inequality and Implications for Social Democracy by Carol Johnson
  • Creating Surplus Labour: Neo-Liberal Transformations and the Development of Relative Surplus Population in Indonesia by Muhtar Habibi

Commentary

  • Excessive Use of Deadly Force by Police in the Philippines Before Duterte by Peter Kreuzer

Book Reviews

  • Alpa Shah, Jens Lerche, Richard Axelby, Dalel Benbabaali, Brendan Donegan, Jayaseelan Raj and Vikramaditya Thakur, Ground Down by Growth: Tribe, Caste, Class and Inequality in Twenty-First Century India by Kenneth Bo Nielsen
  • Ashley South and Mary Lall (eds), Citizenship in Myanmar: Ways of Being In and From Burma by Gerry van Klinken

Voir : https://www.tandfonline.com/toc/rjoc20/48/4

 

 

 

Asian Studies Review, vol. 42, n° 2, 2018

Asian Studies Review, vol. 42, n° 2, 2018. Special issue : Competing Visions of the Rule of Law in Southeast Asia : Power, Rhetoric and Governance

Guest Editors: Melissa Curley, Björn Dressel and Stephen McCarthy

Articles

Competing Visions of the Rule of Law in Southeast Asia: Power, Rhetoric and Governance by Melissa Curley, Björn Dressel and Stephen McCarthy

ASEAN as a “Rules-based Community”: Business as Usual by Kelly Gerard

Rule of Law Expedited: Land Title Reform and Justice in Burma (Myanmar) by Stephen McCarthy

Governing Civil Society in Cambodia: Implications of the NGO Law for the “Rule of Law” by Melissa Curley

Thailand’s Traditional Trinity and the Rule of Law: Can They Coexist? by Björn Dressel

Dilemmas in the Construction of a Socialist Law-based State in Vietnam: Electoral Integrity and Reform by Thiem H. Bui

Book Reviews

Megha Amrith, Caring for strangers: Filipino medical workers in Asia by Mina Roces

Pia Jolliffe, Learning, migration and intergenerational relations: the Karen and the gift of education by Violet Cho

Hema Devare, Ganga to Mekong: a cultural voyage through textiles by Natali Jane Pearson

Voir : https://www.tandfonline.com/toc/casr20/current

 

 

Forest and society, vol. 2, n° 1, 2018

Forest and society, vol. 2, n° 1, 2018

Revue en libre accès

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Regular research articles

  • Transforming forest landscape conflicts: the promises and perils of global forest management initiatives such as REDD+ by Seth Kane, Ahmad Dhiaulhaq, Lok Mani Sapkota, David Gritten
  • Rubber plantation labor and labor movements as rubber prices decrease in southern Thailand by Uraiwan Tongkaemkaew, Bénédicte Chambon
  • From voluntary private to mandatory state governance in Indonesian forest certification: Reclaiming authority by bureaucracies by Agung Wibowo, Lukas Giessen
  • India in international climate governance: Through soft power from REDD to REDD+ policy in favor of relative gains by Swati Negi, Lukas Giessen
  • From SEZs to Thailand 4.0: Geopolitics of borderlands in the Thai state’s vision by Phianphachong Intarat
  • Landslide susceptibility map using certainty factor for hazard mitigation in mountainous areas of Ujung-loe watershed in South Sulawesi by Andang Suryana Soma, Tetsuya Kubota
  • A synthesis of the implementation ambivalence of REDD+ in Sub-Saharan Africa and Southeast Asia by Divine Odame Appiah, Stephanie Esinu Adjoa Gbeddy

Télécharger les PDF sur : http://journal.unhas.ac.id/index.php/fs/issue/view/402

 

Philippine Political Science Journal, vol. 38, n° 3, 2017

Philippine Political Science Journal, vol. 38, n° 3, 2017

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Articles

  • The Duterte Administration’s appeasement policy on China and the crisis in the Philippine–US alliance by Renato Cruz de Castro
  • Philippine agrarian change and rural society: dislocation, distribution, and pulitika by Soon Chuan Yean
  • The human rights enterprise: political sociology, state power, and social movements by Şerif Onur Bahçecik
  • Moral politics in the Philippines: inequality, democracy and the urban poor by Jonathan Beltran

Voir : https://www.tandfonline.com/toc/rpsj20/38/3