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Helen Ting

A graduate of Sciences Po in Paris,  Helen Ting is an associate professor at the Institute of Malaysian and International Studies (IKMAS), The National University

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Donald L. Horowitz

Donald L. Horowitz is the James B. Duke Professor of Law and Political Science Emeritus at Duke University. A close student of Malaysia, he has

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Henri Locard

Henri Locard is an historian with an engagement with Cambodia dating back to the early 1960s. He is a leading authority on the Khmer Rouge

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Jenny Hedström

Jenny Hedström is an associate professor in war studies at the Swedish Defence University. Her research concerns the relationship between gender and war, with a

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Elisabeth Olivius

Elisabeth Olivius is an associate professor in political science at Umeå University whose research explores how gendered relations of power are produced and reshaped in

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Vibeke Børdahl

Dr. Vibeke Børdahl, a senior researcher at NIAS, has been described as one of the most accomplished scholars in the study of Chinese oral literature.

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Lintao Qi

Dr Lintao (Rick) Qi is Lecturer of Translation Studies at Monash University. Besides actively researching and publishing on important translation issues concerning Chinese traditional and

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Judith Beyer

Judith Beyer is Professor of Social and Political Anthropology at the University of Konstanz. She specializes in legal and political anthropology and has long-term ethnographic

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Aysima Mirsultan

Aysima Mirsultan is a librarian in the East Asia Department of the Berlin State Library. Her research explores family law among the Uyghurs and linguistic

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Eric Schluessel

Eric Schluessel is an assistant professor of History and International Affairs at the George Washington University and a specialist in the social history of the

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