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John Coast

John Coast’s life story is entangled with the history of the revolution: blockade-running; broadcasting from the besieged rebel capital; advocating for the Republicans to the

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Jie Gao

Jie (Selina) Gao is an assistant professor of history at Murray State University in Kentucky. A prolific author, she has engaged in the study of

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Bill Sewell

Bill Sewell is an associate professor of history at Saint Mary’s University in Halifax, Nova Scotia. His research interests pertain to the modern era in

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Edyta Roszko

Edyta Roszko is a social anthropologist and senior researcher at Chr. Michelsen Institute (CMI) in Norway. For over fifteenth years, she has undertaken ethnographic research

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Rosalie Stolz

Rosalie Stolz is a postdoctoral researcher at the Institute of Anthropology at Heidelberg University. In her ethnographic research, focused on Southeast Asia (and Laos in

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Friederike Trotier

Friederike Trotier is Assistant Professor in Comparative Development and Cultural Studies (Southeast Asia) at the University of Passau. Her research interest concentrates on sports, urban

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Michael K. Connors

Michael Connors teaches at Xi’an Jiaotong-Liverpool University, PRC in the Department of International Studies and is the author of Democracy and National Identity in Thailand.

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Duncan McCargo

Duncan McCargo is Director of the Nordic Institute of Asian Studies and Professor of Political Science at the University of Copenhagen. A leading specialist on

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Rachel Harrison

A glance at Rachel Harrison’s profile at SOAS, University of London, is enough to reveal the breadth of her scholarly interests and writing. In addition

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Geir Helgesen

Until recently director of the Nordic Institute of Asian Studies, Copenhagen, Geir Helgesen has long been engaged in the politics and culture of both Koreas,

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