ゼミ 2021

【タイトル/ Title】
東南アジアの国家建設、マイノリティ、社会運動
State Formations, Minorities and Social Movements in Southeast Asia

【スケジュール】
4/19
[SC高橋] 髙橋, 昭雄. “比較の中のミャンマー村落社会論 : 日本,タイ,そしてミャンマー.” 東南アジア. 歴史と文化 44 (2015): 5-26.

[SC 岩佐] 岩佐, 和幸. “アグリビジネスのグローバル化とパーム油産業の構造変化:―「パーム油開発先進国」マレーシアを中心に―.” 東南アジア研究 55 2 (2018): 180-216.

4/26
research presentation

[KN Souchou] Souchou, Y. A. O. “After “the Malay Dilemma”: The Modern Malay Subject and Cultural Logics of “National Cosmopolitanism” in Malaysia.” Sojourn: Journal of Social Issues in Southeast Asia 18 2 (2003): 201-29.

[RE 斎藤]斎藤, 紋子. “ミャンマーにおける「バマー・ムスリム」概念の形成:──1930年代ナショナリズム高揚期を中心として──.” 東南アジア -歴史と文化- 2012 41 (2012): 5-29.

5/10 English
research presentation

[RE Sprenger] Sprenger, Guido. “Buddhism and Coffee: The Transformation of Locality and Non-Human Personhood in Southern Laos.” Sojourn: Journal of Social Issues in Southeast Asia 33 2 (2018): 265-90.

5/17
research presentation

[SC Dayley] Dayley, Robert, and Attachak Sattayanurak. “Thailand’s Last Peasant.” Journal of Southeast Asian studies (Singapore) 47 1 (2016): 42-65.

5/24
research presentation

[RE 土佐] 土佐, 桂子. “布教としてのパゴダ建立と「仏教繁栄」事業:――ミャンマーにおけるタータナー・ピュ実践――.” 東南アジア研究 53 1 (2015): 137-64.

5/31
research presentation

【TBA】

6/7 【English】
research presentation

[EG Fan]Fan, Hongwei. “The 1967 Anti-Chinese Riots in Burma and Sino–Burmese Relations.” Journal of Southeast Asian studies (Singapore) 43 2 (2012): 234-56.

[EG Alfirdaus] Alfirdaus, Laila Kholid. “Disaster and Discrimination: The Ethnic Chinese Minority in Padang in the Aftermath of the September 2009 Earthquake.” Sojourn: Journal of Social Issues in Southeast Asia 29 1 (2014): 159-83.

6/14
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6/21
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6/28
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research presentation

7/5 【English】
research presentation

中西, 嘉宏. “ビルマ式社会主義と軍内政治:ネー・ウィン体制の国家イデオロギー形成をめぐる一試論.” 東南アジア -歴史と文化- 2006 35 (2006): 22-52.

7/12
research presentation

[KN Seng]Seng, Loh Kah. “Kampong, Fire, Nation: Towards a Social History of Postwar Singapore.” Journal of Southeast Asian studies (Singapore) 40 3 (2009): 613-43.

[SC  鏡味]鏡味, 治也. “慣習村による移入者管理:――変革期インドネシアの社会変化とバリ人アイデンティティ――.” 東南アジア研究 48 1 (2010): 3-24.

【授業の目標・概要】
このゼミ形式の授業では、今学期は主には20世紀の東南アジア各国の国家建設の問題を、マイノリティと社会運動に注目することにより学んでいきます。大きくは、西洋列強による植民地化があり、植民地社会が形成されます。その後、日本の侵略があり、独立がなされていきます。冷戦期には①資本主義国家、②共産主義国家の他に、③いわゆる「第三世界」的な立場もありましたが、1960年代には、①と③は開発主義と権威主義体制に収れんされていきます。冷戦期終焉の80年代末から民主化が行われてきましたが、民主化されなかった社会も、揺り戻しが起きている社会もあります。他方、ASEANの発展は、この地域の人々を抱合する共通意識を強めてもきました。さらに、この地域には、華人やインド系、それに多数の種類の民族的・言語的マイノリティがいます。このような人々の多様で重層的な意識のあり方と、イデオロギー的に異なる国家のあり方、さらには、現代の社会を作り上げてきた、またはその過程で敗れ去った様々な社会運動を学ぶというのが、とりあえずの目標です。

この地域には11か国もあり、過去数年の経験から受講者の国籍も、バックグラウンドも、学術関心も多様であり、この多様性に応えていきたいと考えています。このようなテーマと多様な国家を扱うことになると、政治学や社会学の立場からなされることが多いのですが、本授業ではあくまでも社会史として論じます。つまり、長期視点から見て何が変わったのか、人々のどのような要望と行動があったのか、どのような資料に基づき何が論じられているのかといった問題に注目します。

In this seminar-style graduate course for this semester, we will tackle on the issues of state-building, minorities and social movements in Southeast Asia. Broadly speaking, the following chronology took place. First, there was colonization by the Western powers. Then it was followed by the formation of colonial society, Japanese invasion and its defeat, and political inpendence. During the Cold War period thereafter, the region got divided into the capitalist and communist camps, but there were also nations that took a more “third world” stance. In the 1960s, the capitalist states and states with the “third world” stance were transformed into developmental authoritarianism. In other words, authoritarianism of capitalist types and communist types became the norm. Since the end of the Cold War in the late 1980s, democraticization took place in many societies, but seeing from the 21st century, this democraticization was upended by various factors, in that some nations did not become democratic enough while others retreated from democracy in recent years. On the other hand, the founding and strengthening of ASEAN certainly helped give the sense of commonality to the people of this region. This sense of commonality is important if we think about the mind-boggling diversity of languages and ethnic cultures not only of dominant groups or indigenous peoples but also people of Chinese, Indian, European and American origins. We will further our understanding on the diverse and multi-layered consciousness of the people in this region, states with different ideologies, and not only the social movements that led to the present society but also the ones that got defeated and disappeared in the tides of time.

There are 11 different states in this region. Given my past experiences, the participants have very varied interests and methods coming from their diverse backgrounds. I aim to respond to this diversity as well. Usually, to bridge differences in the target field of the study, methods from political science and sociology are used. In this course, we will stick to social history. Instead of quantification and sharp and well-defined analytical concepts, we will try to respond to a series of questions as how states and consciousness changed over several decades or a century or two, what desires and identities emerged at one point in the past, and what documents are used to support the claim.

【キーワード/ Keywords】
東南アジア、20世紀、国家建設、マイノリティ、社会運動
Southeast Asia, 20th Century, State Formation, Minorities, Social Movements

【授業計画/Schedule】
初回ガイダンスの際に、自己紹介、輪読文献の選定、発表の回を決めます。その後、微調整を行い、Sセメスター全体のスケジュールを確定させます。月5の時間に当たりますが、時々月6に必修が入っている学生さんがいらっしゃいますが、その場合、早めに抜けてもううという方法で対応してきました。

At the guidance session, in addition to briefly introducing your own research and choosing an article(s), we will decide at which session you give presentations. Then, usually, minor adjustment will take place. This course is assigned with the Monday 5th period, but often goes overtime. In case you have a Monday 6th period class, you may leave little earlier, as some of the students did in the past.

【授業の方法/Teaching Methods】
この大学院授業は、ゼミ形式で行い、およそ二つのことを行います。①受講者の発表、②輪読文献の読解。また、日本語の回と英語の回を明確に分けて行っています。月曜日夕方の5時から7時くらいの授業になります。受講者が単位取得が必要な場合、他の研究会での発表をしてもらったり、東大外での図書館での作業をするなどをして、必要時間数を満たします。

In this graudate level-seminar style course, you will do two things: a presentation on your own research and a presentation(s) on the reading. The medium of presentation and discussion is clearly designated between English and Japanese at each session. It will be held from 16:50 to little before 19:00 Monday. In case you need credits for this course and your attendance falls short due to your language choice, I will have you participate in another study group or do a joint library research so that you have spent enough hours for the credits.

【その他/Notes】
基本的な考え方としては、大学院レベルで、何か教員の側が教え、学生の側が、教員が教えたものを理解すればよいというわけにはいきません。個々人が特定のテーマを追究しており、それぞれの立ち位置から学ぶというのが望ましい姿だと思います。大学院でもコースワークのような授業も行うこともありましたが、ゼミこそが重要と思い、このような授業を過去2年程行ってきています。過去2年の授業のテーマと文献は以下のHPに掲載してあります。

My basic stance on graduate-level education is that each student is an intellectual in his own light. He (or she) should pursue his own academic interest and the role of teacher is to assist him especially to acquire research skills and wide perspectives. At the seminar, we should all learn from one another’s perspective and knowledge.

本授業は、とりわけ東南アジアを専門としている学生のみのためというわけではないですし、他地域、とりわけいわゆるグローバルサウスの研究をしている院生は歓迎します。ただ、輪読内容はおおむね東南アジア研究となりますのでご了承ください。他方で、私が東京大学に来て、4年が過ぎたわけですが、この間の傾向として、日本語プログラムと英語プログラムの留学生が多いです。グローバル化が進んでいながらも、宗教的対立やナショナリズム間の軋轢が深刻化し、「人権」等の革新的概念の先鋭化とそれに伴う共通規範としての減退が生じており、さらには環境破壊による現在の文明の終焉の始まりが、21世紀の20年代特徴に思いますが、多様な価値とバックグラウンドを持った学生が集まってくれることが大変に嬉しいです。しかし、このことは個々人の相手の立ち位置を理解しようとする態度を持ち、そのような理解のために多大な労力を払うことを意味します。当然、私自身への自戒でもあります。こういう理解で大学院授業を運営しています。

This course is not exclusive for those who are interested in Southeast Asia, and I welcome those who are specialized in other regions, especially those in the Global South. However, the readings are on Southeast Asia. On the other hand, ever since I came to UTokyo four years ago, many of the participants are foreign students, both in Japanese and English programs. The second decade of the 21st century would be defined as an age of further globalization but with growing religious and ethnic rifts, and characterized by the weaponization of such progressive concepts as “human rights” but their simultaneous weaking as universal norms and by the beginning of the end of the present earth civilization due to consumerism and environmental destruction. In this age, it is of prime importance to gather together people of very diverse backgrounds and values. At the same time, this extreme diversity also means that each one of us has to try to understand the others’ background and point of view and it takes so much energy and patience to do so. This is also a reminder to me myself as well. This is my basic stance on education.

【文献/Aricles】
以下が文献リストです。この中から、おそらく2編を各自発表してもらい、全体で20編程読みます。
Following is the pool of readings to choose from. Probably, you will present on two and, overall, we will read about 20 of them throughtout the semester.

Ethnic Groups / Ethnic Formation [EG]
Aguilar, Filomeno V. “Ritual Passage and the Reconstruction of Selfhood in International Labour Migration.” Sojourn: Journal of Social Issues in Southeast Asia 33 S (2018): S87-S130.

Alfirdaus, Laila Kholid. “Disaster and Discrimination: The Ethnic Chinese Minority in Padang in the Aftermath of the September 2009 Earthquake.” Sojourn: Journal of Social Issues in Southeast Asia 29 1 (2014): 159-83.

Chang, Wen-Chin. “Identification of Leadership among the Kmt Yunnanese Chinese in Northern Thailand.” Journal of Southeast Asian studies (Singapore) 33 1 (2002): 123-46.

Chin, Low Choo. “The Repatriation of the Chinese as a Counter-Insurgency Policy During the Malayan Emergency.” Journal of Southeast Asian studies (Singapore) 45 3 (2014): 363-92.

de Jong, Edwin, and Argo Twikromo. “Friction within Harmony: Everyday Dynamics and the Negotiation of Diversity in Yogyakarta, Indonesia.” Journal of Southeast Asian studies (Singapore) 48 1 (2017): 71-90.

Dunford, Michael R. “Indigeneity, Ethnopolitics, and Taingyinthar: Myanmar and the Global Indigenous Peoples’ Movement.” Journal of Southeast Asian studies (Singapore) 50 1 (2019): 51-67.

Evans, Grant. “Internal Colonialism in the Central Highlands of Vietnam.” Sojourn: Journal of Social Issues in Southeast Asia 33 S (2018): S30-S60.

Fan, Hongwei. “The 1967 Anti-Chinese Riots in Burma and Sino–Burmese Relations.” Journal of Southeast Asian studies (Singapore) 43 2 (2012): 234-56.

Hamilton, Annette. “Reflections on the ‘Disappearing Sakai’: A Tribal Minority in Southern Thailand.” Journal of Southeast Asian studies (Singapore) 37 2 (2006): 293-314.

Holden, Philip, Anthony Reid, and Khoo Boo Teik. “On Home Is Not Here by Wang Gungwu.” Rev. of On Home Is Not Here, Wang Gungwu. Sojourn: Journal of Social Issues in Southeast Asia 35 1 (2020): 138-59.

(Already read in the past seminar) Hoon, Chang-Yau. “Multicultural Citizenship Education in Indonesia: The Case of a Chinese Christian School.” Journal of Southeast Asian studies (Singapore) 44 3 (2013): 490-510.

Horstmann, Alexander. “Ethnohistorical Perspectives on Buddhist-Muslim Relations and Coexistence in Southern Thailand: From Shared Cosmos to the Emergence of Hatred?” Sojourn: Journal of Social Issues in Southeast Asia 19 1 (2004): 76-99.

Kassim, Azizah. “Filipino Refugees in Sabah: State Responses, Public Stereotypes and the Dilemma over Their Future.” 東南アジア研究 47 1 (2009): 52-88.

Laungaramsri, Pinkaew. “The Ambiguity of “Watershed”: The Politics of People and Conservation in Northern Thailand.” Sojourn (Singapore) 15 1 (2000): 52-75.

Leepreecha, Prasit. “Becoming Indigenous Peoples in Thailand.” Journal of Southeast Asian studies (Singapore) 50 1 (2019): 32-50.

Majid Cooke, Fadzilah, and Sofia Johari. “Positioning of Murut and Bajau Identities in State Forest Reserves and Marine Parks in Sabah, East Malaysia.” Journal of Southeast Asian studies (Singapore) 50 1 (2019): 129-49.

McKay, Deirdre. “Cultivating New Local Futures: Remittance Economies and Land-Use Patterns in Ifugao, Philippines.” Journal of Southeast Asian studies (Singapore) 34 2 (2003): 285-306.

Minghuan, Li. “From ‘Sons of the Yellow Emperor’ to ‘Children of Indonesian Soil’: Studying Peranakan Chinese Based on the Batavia Kong Koan Archives.” Journal of Southeast Asian studies (Singapore) 34 2 (2003): 215-30.

Morton, Micah F., and Ian G. Baird. “From Hill Tribes to Indigenous Peoples: The Localisation of a Global Movement in Thailand.” Journal of Southeast Asian studies (Singapore) 50 1 (2019): 7.

Paredes, Oona. “Preserving ‘Tradition’: The Business of Indigeneity in the Modern Philippine Context.” Journal of Southeast Asian studies (Singapore) 50 1 (2019): 86-106.

Pols, Hans, and Warwick Anderson. “The Mestizos of Kisar: An Insular Racial Laboratory in the Malay Archipelago.” Journal of Southeast Asian studies (Singapore) 49 3 (2018): 445-63.

Reid, Anthony. “Understanding Melayu (Malay) as a Source of Diverse Modern Identities.” Journal of Southeast Asian studies (Singapore) 32 3 (2001): 295-313.

Theriault, Noah. “Unravelling the Strings Attached: Philippine Indigeneity in Law and Practice.” Journal of Southeast Asian studies (Singapore) 50 1 (2019): 107-28.

Whah, Chin Yee, and Benny Teh Cheng Guan. “Malaysia’s Protracted Affirmative Action Policy and the Evolution of the Bumiputera Commercial and Industrial Community.” Sojourn: Journal of Social Issues in Southeast Asia 32 2 (2017): 336-73.

Wolfson-Ford, Ryan. “Sons of Khun Bulom: The Discovery by Modern Lao Historians of the ‘Birth of the Lao Race’.” Journal of Southeast Asian studies (Singapore) 47 2 (2016): 168-88.

小河, 久志. “南タイ・ムスリム村落におけるイスラーム復興の現在:――開発と「平等性」をめぐる村人の対応――.” 東南アジア研究 45 4 (2008): 539-58.

片岡, 樹. “タイ国における中国系善堂の宗教活動:――泰国義徳善堂に見る中国系宗教とタイ仏教――.” 東南アジア研究 52 2 (2015): 172-207.

片岡, 樹. “先住民か不法入国労働者か?:――タイ山地民をめぐる議論が映し出す新たなタイ社会像――.” 東南アジア研究 50 2 (2013): 239-72.

Gender [GE]
Koepping, Elizabeth. “A Game of Three Monkeys: Kadazandusun Villagers and Violence against Women.” Sojourn: Journal of Social Issues in Southeast Asia 18 2 (2003): 279-98.

Leepreecha, Prasit. “Women, Nation, and the Ambivalence of Subversive Identification Along the Thai-Burmese Border.” Sojourn: Journal of Social Issues in Southeast Asia 21 1 (2006): 68-89.

伊藤, 友美. “現代タイ上座部仏教における女性の沙弥尼出家と比丘尼受戒–理念のアピールと語られない現実.” 東南アジア 歴史と文化 38 (2009): 64-10

Knowledge Formation [KN]
Aguilar, Filomeno. “Towards Community Formation in Southeast Asia? History Education, Asean and the Nation-State.” Sojourn: Journal of Social Issues in Southeast Asia 32 1 (2017): 137-69.

Andaya, Barbara Watson. “Nation-States, Citizenship, Globalization and Regionalism Enduring Themes in Southeast Asian Studies.” Sojourn: Journal of Social Issues in Southeast Asia 33 S (2018): ix-xxxv.

Berger, Mark T. “Decolonisation, Modernisation and Nation-Building: Political Development Theory and the Appeal of Communism in Southeast Asia, 1945–1975.” Journal of Southeast Asian studies (Singapore) 34 3 (2003): 421-48.

Buadaeng, Kwanchewan. “The Rise and Fall of the Tribal Research Institute (Tri)::&Ldquo;Hill Tribe&Rdquo; Policy and Studies in Thailand.” 東南アジア研究 44 3 (2006): 359-84.

Jory, Patrick. “Books and the Nation: The Making of Thailand’s National Library.” Journal of Southeast Asian studies (Singapore) 31 2 (2000): 351-73.

Larsson, Tomas. “In Search of Liberalism: Ideological Traditions, Translations and Troubles in Thailand.” Sojourn: Journal of Social Issues in Southeast Asia 32 3 (2017): 531-61.

Luyt, Brendan. “The Early Years of Philippine Studies, 1953 to 1966.” Journal of Southeast Asian studies (Singapore) 50 2 (2019): 202-21.

Lysa, Hong. “The Lee Kuan Yew Story as Singapore’s History.” Journal of Southeast Asian studies (Singapore) 33 3 (2002): 545-57.

Lysa, Hong. “Twenty Years of Sinlapa Watthanatham: Cultural Politics in Thailand in the 1980s and 1990s.” Journal of Southeast Asian studies (Singapore) 31 1 (2000): 26-47.

Ockey, James. “Benedict Anderson and Siam Studies.” Journal of Southeast Asian studies (Singapore) 46 2 (2015): 293-309.

Rajah, Ananda. “Political Assassination by Other Means: Public Protest, Sorcery and Morality in Thailand.” Journal of Southeast Asian studies (Singapore) 36 1 (2005): 111-29.

Reyes, Portia L. “Claiming History: Memoirs of the Struggle against Ferdinand Marcos’s Martial Law Regime in the Philippines.” Sojourn: Journal of Social Issues in Southeast Asia 33 2 (2018): 457-98.

Seng, Loh Kah. “Kampong, Fire, Nation: Towards a Social History of Postwar Singapore.” Journal of Southeast Asian studies (Singapore) 40 3 (2009): 613-43.

Slocomb, Margaret. “The Nature and Role of Ideology in the Modern Cambodian State.” Journal of Southeast Asian studies (Singapore) 37 3 (2006): 375-95.

Souchou, Y. A. O. “After “the Malay Dilemma”: The Modern Malay Subject and Cultural Logics of “National Cosmopolitanism” in Malaysia.” Sojourn: Journal of Social Issues in Southeast Asia 18 2 (2003): 201-29.

Supartono, Alexander, and Alexandra Moschovi. “Contesting Colonial Imaginings of Southeast Asia.” Journal of Southeast Asian studies (Singapore) 51 3 (2020): 1.

川島, 緑. “1950〜60年代フィリピンのイスラーム知識人の国家観–アフマド・バシール著『フィリピン・イスラーム史』を中心に.” 東南アジア 歴史と文化 40 (2011): 5-26.

新谷, 春乃. “クメール共和国期(1970-75年)における自国史の再編 : 体制転換後の政治と言論環境に着目して.” 東南アジア. 歴史と文化 = Southeast Asia. 東南アジア学会 編 47 (2018): 32-49.

Religion [RE]

Bautista, Julius. “Catholic Democratization: Religious Networks and Political Agency in the Philippines and Timor-Leste.” Sojourn (Singapore) 35 2 (2020): 310-42.

Blackburn, Susan. “Indonesian Women and Political Islam.” Journal of Southeast Asian studies (Singapore) 39 1 (2008): 83-105.

Hawkins, Michael. “Imperial Historicism and American Military Rule in the Philippines’ Muslim South.” Journal of Southeast Asian studies (Singapore) 39 3 (2008): 411-29.

Hawkins, Michael C. “Masculinity Reborn: Chivalry, Misogyny, Potency and Violence in the Philippines’ Muslim South, 1899–1913.” Journal of Southeast Asian studies (Singapore) 44 2 (2013): 250-65.

Hoang, Chung Van. “‘Following Uncle Hồ to Save the Nation’: Empowerment, Legitimacy, and Nationalistic Aspirations in a Vietnamese New Religious Movement.” Journal of Southeast Asian studies (Singapore) 47 2 (2016): 234-54.

Horstmann, Alexander. “Living Together: The Transformation of Multi-Religious Coexistence in Southern Thailand.” Journal of Southeast Asian studies (Singapore) 42 3 (2011): 487-510.

Kobayashi, Satoru. “An Ethnographic Study on the Reconstruction of Buddhist Practice in Two Cambodian Temples::With the Special Reference to Buddhist Samay and Boran.” 東南アジア研究 42 4 (2005): 489-518.

Millie, Julian, et al. “Post-Authoritarian Diversity in Indonesia’s State-Owned Mosques: A Manakiban Case Study.” Journal of Southeast Asian studies (Singapore) 45 2 (2014): 194-213.

Milligan, Jeffrey Ayala. “Faith in School: Educational Policy Responses to Ethno-Religious Conflict in the Southern Philippines, 1935–1985.” Journal of Southeast Asian studies (Singapore) 36 1 (2005): 67-86.

Ngo, Tam T. T. “Protestant Conversion and Social Conflict: The Case of the Hmong in Contemporary Vietnam.” Journal of Southeast Asian studies (Singapore) 46 2 (2015): 274-92.

Platz, Roland. “Buddhism and Christianity in Competition? Religious and Ethnic Identity in Karen Communities of Northern Thailand.” Journal of Southeast Asian studies (Singapore) 34 3 (2003): 473-90.

Sirry, Mun’im. “Fatwas and Their Controversy: The Case of the Council of Indonesian Ulama (Mui).” Journal of Southeast Asian studies (Singapore) 44 1 (2013): 100-17.

Sprenger, Guido. “Buddhism and Coffee: The Transformation of Locality and Non-Human Personhood in Southern Laos.” Sojourn: Journal of Social Issues in Southeast Asia 33 2 (2018): 265-90.

Stark, Jan. “Constructing an Islamic Model in Two Malaysian States: Pas Rule in Kelantan and Terengganu.” Sojourn: Journal of Social Issues in Southeast Asia 19 1 (2004): 51-75.

塩崎, 悠輝. “マレーシアにおけるウラマーのジレンマ:──1980年代のカーフィル(不信仰者)宣告をめぐる与野党の論争──.” 東南アジア -歴史と文化- 2013 42 (2013): 5-31.

黄, 蘊. “徳教のトランスナショナルな拡大とネットワークの構築.” 東南アジア 歴史と文化 37 (2008): 60-84.

斎藤, 紋子. “ミャンマーにおける「バマー・ムスリム」概念の形成:──1930年代ナショナリズム高揚期を中心として──.” 東南アジア -歴史と文化- 2012 41 (2012): 5-29.

土佐, 桂子. “布教としてのパゴダ建立と「仏教繁栄」事業:――ミャンマーにおけるタータナー・ピュ実践――.” 東南アジア研究 53 1 (2015): 137-64.

Social Class / Urban-Rural Relations / Criminality [SC]

Abinales, Patricio N. “Fragments of History, Silhouettes of Resurgence::Student Radicalism in the Early Years of the Marcos Dictatorship.” 東南アジア研究 46 2 (2008): 175-99.

Dayley, Robert, and Attachak Sattayanurak. “Thailand’s Last Peasant.” Journal of Southeast Asian studies (Singapore) 47 1 (2016): 42-65.

Kent, Alexandra. “Friction and Security at the Khmer Rouge Tribunal.” Sojourn: Journal of Social Issues in Southeast Asia 28 2 (2013): 299-328.

Kimura, Masataka. “The Federation of Free Farmers and Its Significance in the History of the Philippine Peasant Movement.” 東南アジア研究 44 1 (2006): 3-30.

Kristiansen, Stein. “Violent Youth Groups in Indonesia: The Cases of Yogyakarta and Nusa Tenggara Barat.” Sojourn: Journal of Social Issues in Southeast Asia 18 1 (2003): 110-38.

Nishizaki, Yoshinori. “The Domination of a Fussy Strongman in Provincial Thailand: The Case of Banharn Silpa-Archa in Suphanburi.” Journal of Southeast Asian studies (Singapore) 37 2 (2006): 267-91.

Scalice, Joseph. “”We Are Siding with Filipino Capitalists”: Nationalism and the Political Maturation of Jose Ma. Sison, 1959-61.” Sojourn (Singapore) 36 1 (2021): 1.

Sok, Say. “Limited State and Strong Social Forces: Fishing Lot Management in Cambodia.” Journal of Southeast Asian studies (Singapore) 45 2 (2014): 174-93.

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Thomas, Mandy. “Public Spaces/Public Disgraces: Crowds and the State in Contemporary Vietnam.” Sojourn (Singapore) 16 2 (2001): 306-30.

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Wang, Gungwu. “Student Movements: Malaya as Outlier in Southeast Asia.” Journal of Southeast Asian studies (Singapore) 44 3 (2013): 511-18.

Warburg, Anna Bræmer, and Steffen Jensen. “Ambiguous Fear in the War on Drugs: A Reconfiguration of Social and Moral Orders in the Philippines.” Journal of Southeast Asian studies (Singapore) 51 1-2 (2020): 5-24.

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