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TRaNS, vol. 6, n° 1 (2018)

TRaNS: Trans-Regional and -National Studies of Southeast Asia, vol. 6, n° 1, January 2018

Table of contents

Articles

  • From Traction to Friction in Thailand: The Emerging Southeast Asian Development Problematique by Jonathan Rigg
  • Instrumental Culturalism: The Work of Comparisons across Japan, ‘the West’ and Myanmar by Chika Watanabe
  • Infrastructure in the Making: The Chao Phraya Dam and the Dance of Agency by Jakkrit Sangkhamanee
  • Value from Ruin? Governing Speculative Conservation in Ruptured Landscapes by Wolfram H. Dressler, Robert Fletcher and Michael Fabinyi
  • Plantations, Peddlers, and Nature Protection: The Transnational Origins of Indonesia’s Orangutan Crisis, 1910–1930 by Matthew Minarchek

Book Reviews

  • Michael Herzfeld, Siege of the Spirits: Community and Polity in BangkokChicago and London: Chicago University Press, 2016 by Bo Kyeong Seo
  • Fujio Hara, The Malayan Communist Party as recorded in the Comintern filesPetaling Jaya, Selangor: Strategic Information and Research Development Centre, 2017 by Jafar Suryomenggolo

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

Asian Studies Review, vol. 42, n° 1 (March 2018)

Asian Studies Review, vol. 42, n° 1 (March 2018) 
Special Issue: Contestations of Gender, Sexuality and Morality in Contemporary Indonesia

Guest Editors: Maria Platt, Sharyn Graham Davies and Linda Rae Bennett

Introduction

  • Contestations of Gender, Sexuality and Morality in Contemporary Indonesia by Maria Platt, Sharyn Graham Davies and Linda Rae Bennett

Articles

  • Moralising Rhetoric and Imperfect Realities: Breastfeeding Promotions and the Experiences of Recently Delivered Mothers in Urban Yogyakarta, Indonesia by Belinda Rina Marie Spagnoletti, Linda Rae Bennett, Michelle Kermode and Siswanto Agus Wilopo
  • Virtually (Im)moral: Pious Indonesian Muslim Women’s Use of Facebook by Hanny Savitri Hartono
  • From Divine Instruction to Human Invention: The Constitution of Indonesian Christian Young People’s Sexual Subjectivities through the Dominant Discourse of Sexual Morality by Teguh Wijaya Mulya
  • Skins of Morality: Bio-borders, Ephemeral Citizenship and Policing Women in Indonesia by Sharyn Graham Davies
  • Migration, Moralities and Moratoriums: Female Labour Migrants and the Tensions of Protectionism in Indonesia by Maria Platt

Other Articles (ASE)

  • The Trap of Neo-patrimonialism: Social Accountability and Good Governance in Cambodia by Danilo Vuković and Marija Babović
  • Contesting Disciplinary Power: Transnational Domestic Labour in the Global South by Linda A. Lumayag

Book Reviews (ASE)

  • Ronit Ricci, Exile in colonial Asia: kings, convicts, commemoration by Anthony H. Johns
  • Asmah Haji Omar (ed.), Languages in the Malaysian education system: monolingual strands in multilingual settings by Zuwati Hasim
  • Ann Wigglesworth, Activism and aid: young citizens’ experiences of development and democracy in Timor-Leste by Natali Jane Pearson
  • Natasha Pairaudeau, Mobile citizens: French Indians in Indochina, 1858–1954 by Robert Aldrich

Voir : http://www.tandfonline.com/toc/casr20/42/1

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Bulletin of Indonesian Economic Studies, vol. 53, n° 3 (December 2017)

Bulletin of Indonesian Economic Studies, vol. 53, n° 3 (December 2017)

Survey of recent developments

  • Saving not spending: Indonesia’s domestic demand problem by Raden Pardede and Shirin Zahro

Indonesian Politics in 2017

  • Indonesia’s year of democratic setbacks: towards a new phase of deepening illiberalism? by Vedi R. Hadiz

Other Articles

  • The economic cost of violent conflict: the case of Maluku province in Indonesia by Maheshwar Rao and Yogi Vidyattama
  • Gravity models of interregional migration in Indonesia by Nashrul Wajdi, Sri Moertiningsih Adioetomo and Clara H. Mulder
  • Non-tariff trade regulations in Indonesia: nominal and effective rates of protection by Stephen V. Marks

Book Reviews

  • Peter McCawley, Banking on the Future of Asia and the Pacific: 50 Years of the Asian Development Bank by Heath McMichael
  • Michael T. Rock, Dictators, Democrats, and Development in Southeast Asia: Implications for the Rest by Edmund Malesky
  • Leo Suryadinata, The Rise of China and the Chinese Overseas: A Study of Beijing’s Changing Policy in Southeast Asia and Beyond by Ari Kokko
  • Hal Hill, Jayant Menon (eds), Managing Globalization in the Asian Century: Essays in Honour of Prema-Chandra Athukorala by Sjamsu Rahardja

Voir : http://www.tandfonline.com/toc/cbie20/53/3

 

 

 

Religion and society, vol. 8, n° 1 (sept. 2017)

Religion and society : advances in research, vol. 8, n° 1 (sept. 2017)

Special section : Towards a comparative anthropology of buddhism

  • Introduction : Legacies, Trajectories, and Comparison in the Anthropology of Buddhism by Nicolas Sihlé and Patrice Ladwig
  • Ritual Tattooing and the Creation of New Buddhist Identities : An Inquiry into the Initiation Process in a Burmese Organization of Exorcists by Bénédicte Brac de la Perrière
  • The Ethics of Collective Sponsorship : Virtuous Action and Obligation in Contemporary Tibet by Jane Caple
  • Belonging in a New Myanmar : The Cosmopolitics of an Apparently Non-religious Practice by Juliane Schober
  • The White Cotton Robe : Charisma and Clothes in Tibetan Buddhism Today by Magdalena Maria Turek
  • Rethinking Anthropological Models of Spirit Possession and Theravada Buddhism by Erick White
  • Afterword : So What Is the Anthropology of Buddhism About? by David N. Gellner

Voir : https://www.berghahnjournals.com/view/journals/religion-and-society/8/1/religion-and-society.8.issue-1.xml

 

 

 

 

NUSA, vol. 62 (March 2017)

NUSA : Linguistic studies of languages in and around Indonesia, vol. 62 (March 2017)
Contact and substrate in the languages of Wallacea Part 1

Editor: Antoinette Schapper

Articles

  • Contact and substrate in the languages of Wallacea: Introduction by Antoinette Schapper
  • Tone and language contact in southern Cenderawasih Bay by David Kamholz
  • Roon ve, DO/GIVE Coexpression, and Language Contact in Northwest New Guinea by David Gil
  • Papuan-Austronesian Language Contact on Yapen Island: A Preliminary Account by Emily Gasser
  • A unified system of spatial orientation in the Austronesian and non-Austronesian languages of Halmahera by Gary Holton

Voir : http://www.aa.tufs.ac.jp/en/publications/nusa

Journal of Southeast Asian Studies, vol. 49, n° 1 (February 2018)

Journal of Southeast Asian Studies, vol. 49, n° 1 (February 2018)

Table of contents

Editorial

Editorial Foreword by Maitrii Aung-Thwin

Research Articles

Parsi theatrical networks in Southeast Asia: The contrary case of Burma by Kathryn Hansen

The historical vicissitudes of the Vessantara Jataka in mainland Southeast Asia by Katherine A. Bowie

Personhood and political subjectivity through ritual enactment in Isan (northeast Thailand) by Visisya Pinthongvijayakul

Mixed views on the Philippines’ Ifugao Rice Terraces: ‘Good’ versus ‘beautiful’ in the management of a UNESCO World Heritage site by Kathrine Ann D. Cagat

Stagnating yields, unyielding profits: The political economy of Malaysia’s rice sector by Jamie S. Davidson

Review Article

Ethnicity and the galactic polity: Ideas and actualities in the history of Bangkok by Justin Thomas McDaniel

Book Reviews

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

 

 

 

Journal of contemporary Asia, vol. 48, n° 1 (March 2018)

Journal of contemporary Asia, vol. 48, n° 1 (March 2018)

Table of contents

Original Articles (ASE)

  • Beyond Copenhagen: The Political Economy of Securitising “Outside Influences” in Bali by Fabio Scarpello
  • A Tale of Three Cities: Electoral Accountability in Indonesian Local Politics by Diego Fossati
  • “Hybrid Governance” and the Politics of Legitimacy in the Myanmar Peace Process by Ashley South

Book Reviews (ASE)

  • Serhat Ünaldi, Working Towards the Monarchy: The Politics of Space in Downtown Bangkok (Honolulu: University of Hawaii Press, 2016) by Kevin Hewison
  • P.D. Hutchcroft (ed.), Mindanao: The Long Journey to Peace and Prosperity  (Mandaluyong City: Anvil Publishing, 2016) by Ashley South

Voir : http://www.tandfonline.com/toc/rjoc20/48/1

 

 

 

 

 

Asian Ethnology, vol. 19, n° 2 (mars 2018)

Asian Ethnology, vol. 19, n° 2 (mars 2018)

Original Articles (ASE)

  • « Vietnam is my country land, China is my hometown »: Chinese communities in transition in the south of Vietnam by Yuk Wah Chan
  • The Rohingya of Myanmar: theoretical significance of the minority status by Jobair Alam
  • Toward transnational identity? The reconstruction of Hakka identity in Thailand by Li-Jung Wang
  • Causes of lingering communist movement after Indonesia’s September Thirtieth Movement: the case of border area between Sarawak and West Kalimantan by Toshio Matsumura

Book Reviews

Voir : http://www.tandfonline.com/toc/caet20/19/2

Critical Asian Studies, vol. 50, n° 1 (March 2018)

Critical Asian Studies, vol. 50, n° 1 (March 2018)

Note

  • A note from the CAS directors: fifty years of critical inquiry

Commentary

  • Reflections on the Committee of Concerned Asian Scholars at fifty by Mark Selden

Articles

  • Ahmadis or Indonesians? The polarization of post-reform public debates on Islam and orthodoxy by Saskia Schäfer
  • Insecure peace: understanding citizen and local government relations in a Maoist-affected region in India by Subhasish Ray and Mohan J. Dutta

Beyond the Spectacle of Mega-Disasters: The Philippines Five Years after Haiyan

  • Beyond the spectacle: slow-moving disasters in post-Haiyan Philippines by Nicole Curato
  • A tide that does not lift all boats: the surge of remittances in post-disaster recovery in Tacloban City, Philippines by Yvonne Su and Ladylyn Lim Mangada
  • Local aid workers in the digital humanitarian project: between “second class citizens” and “entrepreneurial survivors” by Jonathan Corpus Ong and Pamela Combinido (en libre accès)
  • Constructing reconstruction, territorializing risk: imposing “no-build zones” in post-disaster reconstruction in Tacloban City, Philippines by Dakila Kim P. Yee
  • Typhoon Haiyan: pushing the limits of resilience? The effect of land inequality on resilience and disaster risk reduction policies in the Philippines by Colin Walch
  • The unheeded present and the impossible future: temporalities of relocation after Typhoon Haiyan by Caroline Compton

Voir : http://www.tandfonline.com/toc/rcra20/50/1

 

Southeast Asian Studies, vol. 6, n° 3 (december 2017)

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Southeast Asian Studies, vol. 6, n° 3 (december 2017)

Table of contents

Articles

  • The Extension of State Power and Negotiations of the Villagers in Northeast Thailand by Ninlawadee Promphakping, Maniemai Thongyou, and Viyouth Chamruspanth
  • Military, Gender, and Trade: The Story of Auntie Duan of the Northern Thai Borderlands by Wen-Chin Chang
  • English as an Islamic Cosmopolitan Vernacular: English-Language Sufi Devotional Literature in Singapore by Lin Hongxuan
  • The Is and the Ought of Knowing: Ontological Observations on Shadow Education Research in Cambodia by Will Brehm
  • Feeding a Crowd: Hybridity and the Social Infrastructure behind Street Food Creation in Bandung, Indonesia by Prananda Luffiansyah Malasan

Book Reviews

A lire sur : https://englishkyoto-seas.org/

 

 

Austrian Journal of South-East Asian Studies, vol. 10, n° 2 (2017)

Austrian Journal of South-East Asian Studies, vol. 10, n° 2 (2017)
Philanthropy, Giving, and Development

Open Access

ASEAS 10(2) focuses on the evolving state of philanthropy in Southeast Asia. Collectively, the contributions provide an overview of the trends and tensions in this sector, which is being shaped by often conflicting notions of charity, development, and business. Two of the articles refer to the decreasing presence and changing nature of funding from philanthropic foundations from the United States, such as the Ford Foundation and the Rockefeller Foundation. Their tradition of context-specific strategic grant-making in the region is being challenged by the paradigmatic shift underway globally, which is being triggered by the establishment of the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation and other ‘technocratic’ foundations. Articles focusing on the entire region as well as on specific countries (Myanmar, Thailand, and Indonesia) highlight home-grown philanthropy and how new forms of personal and institutionalized giving are emerging as a result of a growing middleclass and accumulated wealth. Pressure is also growing on local companies and corporate actors to show a socially conscious image by funding projects and contributing to sustainable development. Professionalization of faith-based giving is further leading to new philanthropic models such as the rise of Islamic grant-making foundations in Indonesia and other countries with Muslim communities as described by two of the articles. A question running through the issue is the extent to which this growth and diversification of philanthropy is conducive to equitable and inclusive development and democratization of society.

Table of contents

  • Philanthropy, Giving, and Development in Southeast Asia by Rosalia Sciortino

Current Research on Southeast Asia

  • Philanthropy in Southeast Asia: Between Charitable Values, Corporate Interests, and Development Aspirations by Rosalia Sciortino
  • Legacies of Cultural Philanthropy in Asia by Mary Zurbuchen
  • Moving Beyond Charity to Philanthropy? The Case of Charitable Giving in Thailand by Natalie Phaholyothin
  • Giving Trends in Myanmar: More Than Merit Making by Cavelle Dove
  • Islamic Philanthropy in Indonesia: Modernization, Islamization, and Social Justice by Amelia Fauzia
  • Addressing Unfortunate Wayfarer: Islamic Philanthropy and Indonesian Migrant Workers in Hong Kong by Hilman Latief

Research Workshop

  • Analyzing International Migrant Responses to Crisis Situations in the Context of Floods in Thailand by Teeranong Sakulsri, Reena Tadee, Alexander Trupp

In Dialogue

  • Qatari Philanthropy and Out-of-School Children in Southeast Asia: An Interview With the Director of Educate A Child by Michael Morrissey

Network Southeast Asia

  • SEA Junction: Our Venue to Connect on Southeast Asia by Patrick McCormick
  • Reflection on the Special Gender Stream: 2017 Timor-Leste Studies Association Conference by Sara Niner

Voir : http://www.seas.at/our-journal-aseas/browse-issues/aseas-102-philanthropy-giving-and-development/

Indonesia and the Malay World, vol. 45, n° 133, 2017

Indonesia and the Malay World, vol. 45, n° 133, 2017

Table of Contents

  • Editorial Note by Mulaika Hijjas
2016 Young Scholar Prize
  • What kind of language was ‘Chinese Malay’ in late colonial Java? by Tom Hoogervorst
Commendation 2016 Young Scholar Prize
  • Conflict and compromise over processional sound in 19th-century Singapore by Jenny McCallum
  • Black Africans on the maritime silk route : Jəŋgi in Old Javanese epigraphical and literary evidence by Jiří Jákl
Articles
  • The role of slametan in the discourse on Javanese Islam by Jochem van den Boogert
  • Singapore and its Straits, c.1500–1800 by Peter Borschberg
  • ‘One story ends and another begins’: Reading the Syair Tabut of Encik Ali by David Lunn and Julia Byl
  • The Syair Tabut of Encik Ali: A Malay account of Muharram at Singapore, 1864 by Julia Byl, Raja Iskandar bin Raja Halid, David Lunn and Jenny McCallum

Voir : http://www.tandfonline.com/toc/cimw20/45/133

 

Asian Ethnicity, vol. 19, n° 1, 2018

Asian Ethnicity, vol. 19, n° 1, 2018

Table of contents

  • Rhythmanalysis as a tool in social analysis on ethnicity in Hong Kong by Paul O’Connor
  • Formation and negotiation of identity: the case of the Kelantan Kampung Pasir Parit Peranakan Chinese by Yao Sua Tan, Kamarudin Ngah and Sezali Md Darit
  • Emotional intelligence competences of three different ethnic groups in Indonesia by Zahrasari L. Dewi, Magdalena S. Halim and Jan Derksen
  • A curious trajectory of interrace relations: the transformation of cosmopolitan Malay port polities into the multiethnic divisions of modern Malaysia by Tomáš Petrů
  • The Thai Lao question: the reappearance of Thailand’s ethnic Lao community and related policy questions by John Draper and Peerasit Kamnuansilpa
  • Gender, tribe and development: a case study of the Reang tribal community in Tripura (Northeast India) by Mayuri Sengupta

Book Reviews

Voir :  http://www.tandfonline.com/toc/caet20/19/1

Bulletin of Indonesian economic studies, vol. 53, n° 2, 2017

Bulletin of Indonesian Economic Studies, vol. 53, n° 2, 2017

Table of contents

Survey of Recent Developments
  • Forestry, Forest Fires, and Climate Change in Indonesia by Armida S. Alisjahbana and Jonah M. Busch
Indonesia in Comparative Perspective
  • India and Indonesia: Lessons Learned from the 2013 Taper Tantrum by Chatib Basri
Other Articles
  • Agro-clusters and Rural Poverty: A Spatial Perspective for West Java by Dadan Wardhana, Rico Ihle and Wim Heijman
  • Triangle of Linkages among Modernising Markets, Sprayer–traders, and Mango-farming Intensification in Indonesia by Sara Ratna Qanti, Thomas Reardon and Arief Iswariyadi
Inaugural Mubyarto Public Policy Forum: Keynote Address
  • Revisiting the Problem of Development Distribution by Boediono

Book Reviews

Voir : http://www.tandfonline.com/toc/cbie20/53/2

Bijdragen tot de Taal-, Land en Volkenkunde, vol. 173, n° 4, 2017

Bijdragen tot de taal-, land en volkenkunde, vol. 173, n° 4, 2017

Special Issue : New Urban Middle Classes in Colonial Java

Revue en libre accès

Table of contents

Introduction
  • New Urban Middle Classes in Colonial Java by Henk Schulte-Nordholt
Research Articles
  • Urban Middle Classes in Colonial Java (1900-1942) by Tom Hoogervorst and Henk Schulte-Nordholt
  • The Emergence of a Modern Audience for Cinema in Colonial Java by Dafna Ruppin
  • Performing Colonial Modernity : Fairs, Consumerism, and the Emergence of the Indonesian Middle Classes by Arnout H. C. van der Meer
Review Articles
  • In Search of Young Citizens by Yatun Sastramidjaja
  • Recent Books on Indonesian Manuscript by Dick van der Meij
  • Animism and Personal Religion in Southeast Asia by Nathan Porath and Chayan Vaddhanaphuti
Book Reviews
  • Debate on De brandende kampongs van Generaal Spoor by Rémy Limpach, with Bart Luttikhuis, Abdul Wahid, Robert Cribb, Harry Poeze
  • Andrea A. Acri (ed.), Esoteric Buddhism in Medieval Maritime Asia: Networks of Masters, Texts, Icons by Thomas Hunter
  • Nicolas Césard, Antonio Guerreiro, and Antonia Soriente (eds), Petualangan Unjung dan Mbui Kuvong: Sastra lisan dan Kamus Punan Tuvu’ dari Kalimantan by Stefan Danerek
  • Matthew Cohen, Inventing the Performing Arts: Modernity and Tradition in Colonial Indonesia by Saadia Boonstra
  • Jennifer Goodlander, Women in the Shadows: Gender, Puppets, and the Power of Tradition in Bali by Carmencita Palermo
  • Vedi R. Hadiz, Islamic Populism in Indonesia and the Middle East by Hatib Abdul Kadir
  • Ravando, Dr. Oen, Pejuang dan Pengayom Rakyat Kecil by Abdul Wahid
  • Rumadi, Islamic Post-traditionalism in Indonesia by Kevin Fogg

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