Publication of Vol.8, No.2 of Southeast Asian Studies (open access from CSEAS, Kyoto University)

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The Center for Southeast Asian Studies (CSEAS), Kyoto University is
pleased to announce the publication of Vol.8, No.2 of Southeast Asian
Studies.

In the spirit of fostering dialogue and facilitating access for as
many people as possible, all materials available online for free downloading.

Below please find the link to our website:
http://englishkyoto-seas.org/
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Contents :

≪Articles≫
Robert Cole, Maria Brockhaus, Grace Y. Wong, Maarit H. Kallio and  
Moira Moeliono
Local Agency in Development, Market, and Forest Conservation  
Interventions in Lao PDR’s Northern Uplands
................................ (173)
https://englishkyoto-seas.org/2019/08/vol-8-no-2-robert-cole-et-al/

Nakatsuji Susumu
Land Use and Land Cover Changes during the Second Indochina War and  
Their Long-Term Impact on a Hilly Area in Laos
................................ (203)
https://englishkyoto-seas.org/2019/08/vol-8-no-2-nakatsuji-susumu/

Kanjana Hubik Thepboriruk
Dear Thai Sisters: Propaganda, Fashion, and the Corporeal Nation under  
Phibunsongkhram
................................(233)
https://englishkyoto-seas.org/2019/08/vol-8-no-2-kanjana-hubik-thepboriruk/

Andrea Malaya M. Ragragio and Myfel D. Paluga
An Ethnography of Pantaron Manobo Tattooing (Pangotoeb): Towards a  
Heuristic Schema in Understanding Manobo Indigenous Tattoos
................................(259)
https://englishkyoto-seas.org/2019/08/vol-8-no-2-andrea-malaya-m-ragragio-and-myfel-d-paluga/

Trissia Wijaya
Chinese Business in Indonesia and Capital Conversion: Breaking the  
Chain of Patronage
................................ (295)
https://englishkyoto-seas.org/2019/08/vol-8-no-2-trissia-wijaya/

≪Book Reviews≫
Herdi Sahrasad
Yanwar Pribadi. Islam, State and Society in Indonesia: Local Politics  
in Madura.
Abingdon and New York: Routledge, 2018.  
................................(331)

Edoardo Siani
Maurizio Peleggi. Monastery, Monument, Museum: Sites and Artifacts of  
Thai Cultural Memory.
Honolulu: University of Hawai‘i Press, 2017.  
................................ (335)

Michael D. Barr
Chua Beng Huat. Liberalism Disavowed: Communitarianism and State  
Capitalism in Singapore.
Singapore: NUS Press, 2017. ................................ (338)

Scott Edwards
Anthony Milner, Abdul Rahman Embong, and Tham Siew Yean, eds.
Transforming Malaysia: Dominant and Competing Paradigms.
Singapore: Institute of Southeast Asian Studies, 2014.  
................................(342)

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We are also pleased to announce that Southeast Asian Studies has moved
to a digital submissions system. If you would like to submit a paper  
to our
journal, please do so electronically through the ScholarOne Manuscripts
online submission system: _https://mc.manuscriptcentral.com/seas_.

We are particularly happy to receive papers on agriculture, ecology,
rural development, natural resources management and other related
areas that are analyzed within an area studies framework.
Of course, papers of other topics are equally welcome as well.