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Two of the papers in this issue address the question of development in Southeast Asia: at the micro level, the impact of the Yali Fall dams on the Sesan community in Cambodia, and at the larger level, the resistance effort against development in Thailand. The first, based on field work, tracks the effect of the dam not only on the livelihood of the people but also on the area’s forest cover—concerns that apply as well to other parts of the region. The paper on Thai resistance, on the other hand, explores how globalization has broadened the channels of resistance.The third article looks at the meaning of the Balinese dance tradition, the tari legong, and its underlying...Read more

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SEASREP AT ICAS 10: “Emerging and Continuing Trends in Southeast Asian Studies” November 09, 2017

Upon the invitation of the organizers of the 10th International Convention of Asia Scholars (ICAS 10) at the Chiang Mai International Exhibition and Convention Centre (CMECC), Thailand from 20-23 July 2017, the Southeast Asian Studies Regional Exchange Program (SEASREP) sponsored two panels on “Emerging and Continuing Trends in Southeast Asian Studies” to contemplate the directions and state of the economic, political, and cultural dynamism of the Southeast Asian region both as an academic field of study as well as a geopolitical force in the globalizing and consolidating world of the twenty-first century.Twelve scholars comprising five senior and seven emerging schol...Read more

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The Regional Journal of Southeast Asian Studies is an online, internationally peer-reviewed, bi-annual journal in English that provides a platform for local scholars based in Southeast Asia to share their research internationally.

ISSN 2507-8895

International Advisory Board

  • Professor Dato' Dr. Shaharil Talib
  • Dr. Charnvit Kasetsiri
  • Dr. Taufik Abdullah
  • Dr. Ruth McVey

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