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This week’s New Pubs features McCarthy’s book on non-state service provision from 1990 to the coup; a podcast on Fiskesjö’s 2021 book on the Wa, hosted by Cheesman; and Banki on transnational solidarity art vis-a-vis the Myanmar revolution. As ever, see our Recent Publications page for all of the citations and for past weeks.
Date/time: Tuesday 21 March 2023, 12.30–2.00pm, Room 2.54 (APCD Boardroom, Level 2) Hedley Bull Building ANU Title: How Thai, and Burmese, torturers talk Speaker: Nick Cheesman Abstract: In 2021, a group of anti-narcotics cops in Nakhon Sawan, Thailand suffocated a man to death with plastic bags. The torture and killing would have gone unreported but that it was captured on a…
All AAS attendees are welcome to join! Date: Saturday, March 18, 2023 Time: 7:30 PM – 9:30 PM Boston Sheraton Hotel – Riverway (5th Floor) If you want to participate in the meeting via Zoom, please register here.
This week’s New Pubs features Norén-Nilsson on civil society leadership in Southeast Asia; Banerjee on India’s connectivity projects with Myanmar after the coup; and Egreteau on the “widening of the revolutionary whirlwind.” As ever, see our Recent Publications page for all of the citations and for past weeks. image from Egreteau’s article
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