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Desley Goldston

Desley Goldston is an independent scholar and educator who has travelled widely and lived many years in Asia, including a decade in Laos. Taking advantage

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Martin Seeger

Martin Seeger is Associate Professor of Thai Studies at the University of Leeds. From 1997 to 2000 he was ordained as a monk in northern

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Vannessa Hearman

Vannessa Hearman holds a PhD in History from the University of Melbourne. She lectures in Indonesian Studies at Charles Darwin University in Australia.

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Merle Ricklefs

Merle Ricklefs is a senior and highly respected scholar of Indonesian history. Over the course of his career, he held positions at held positions at

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Denis Nosnitsin

Denis Nosnitsin is a specialist in the literature and languages of Ethiopia and the codicology of Ethiopic (Ge’ez) manuscripts. A graduate of the Oriental faculty

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Norman Smith

Norman Smith is a professor of History at the University of Guelph. He is the author of Intoxicating Manchuria: Alcohol, Opium, and Culture in China’s

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Geoffrey C. Gunn

Geoffrey Gunn is an emeritus professor at Nagasaki University. He is a widely written scholar in Asian history, most notably on the independence struggles in

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Catherine Smith

Catherine Smith is an anthropologist who works across medical anthropology, political anthropology and global health research in order to understand the politics of health in

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Gregory Vincent Raymond

Dr Gregory Raymond is a research fellow at the Strategic and Defence Studies Centre of the Australian National University where he researches Southeast Asian security.

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Hongwei Bao

Dr Hongwei Bao is Assistant Professor in Media Studies at the University of Nottingham, UK. He holds a PhD in Gender and Cultural Studies from

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