6 Minutes To Read Shalini Perumal explores Myanmar women artists’ roles in times of political upheaval.
11 Minutes To Read David Scott Mathieson asks, if this is the quality of military propaganda, how could they have stayed in power for so long?
11 Minutes To Read Emily Fishbein and Kelvin Sinpraw (pseudonym) show how a Kachin tradition defies borders.
6 Minutes To Read A new special issue in Geopolitics (edited by Jasnea Sarma, Hilary Faxon and K.B. Roberts) highlights pre- and post-coup extractive economies and political geographies in Myanmar and beyond.
Scientific Technology as God’s Grace: Interpreting Nineteenth-Century America through Karen Baptists’ Eyes
14 Minutes To Read Hitomi Fujimura explores how Karen Baptists understood “modern knowledge” in nineteenth-century America.
10 Minutes To Read Courtney Wittekind interviews filmmaker Saeed Taji Farouky about his film, “A Thousand Fires,” set in Magway.
The City and the Wilderness: Indo-Persian Encounters in Southeast Asia, Arash Khazeni, University of California Press, 2020, 264 pages.
8 Minutes To Read Christian Gilberti reviews a recent book on Persian travellers in Southeast Asia.
7 Minutes To Read Stephen Campbell translates Ludu Daw Ahmar’s feminist critique of the gendered division of labour.
‘Transfer of civilians’ as a ‘colonial wrong’ in international criminal law? Myanmar’s migration history as a hazardous argument
10 Minutes To Read Axel Harneit-Sievers cautions against a problematic argument made in a new publication.
Remembering the Late Professor Sai Aung Tun (1932-2020): A Reflection on His Contributions to the Tai Shan Communities
3 Minutes To Read Jotika Khur-Yearn discusses the legacy of Professor Sai Aung Tun’s work on Tai Shan communities.