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Yves Goudineau

Professor Yves Goudineau is a former director of the École française d’Extrême-Orient (EFEO) where he now holds the chair of ‘Comparative anthropology of Southeast Asia’.

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Vanina Bouté

Vanina Bouté is Professor in anthropology at the École des Hautes Études en Sciences Sociales (EHESS) in Paris. She has conducted extensive field research in

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Benjamin Baumann

Benjamin Baumann is an assistant professor at the University of Heidelberg. His ethnographic work examines rural lifeworlds, socio-cultural identities and local language games in Thailand’s

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Peter A. Jackson

Peter A. Jackson is Emeritus Professor in Thai cultural history at the Australian National University. Over the past four decades, he has written extensively on

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Chris Chaplin

Chris Chaplin is a political anthropologist who has done extensive research on Islamic activism, social movements, and postcolonial citizenship in Indonesia and Southeast Asia. He

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Giuseppe Bolotta

Giuseppe Bolotta is Assistant Professor of Southeast Asian Studies in the Department of Asian and North African Studies at the Cà Foscari University of Venice.

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Andreas Bøje Forsby

Andreas Bøje Forsby is a post-doc researcher at NIAS working on China’s foreign relations and security policies, the Sino–Nordic relationship and the escalating geopolitical struggle

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Bertil Lintner

Bertil Lintner is an award-winning Swedish journalist, author and strategic consultant who lives in Thailand and has been writing about Asia for nearly four decades.

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