The Center for Southeast Asian Studies (CSEAS), Kyoto University
is pleased to announce the publication of Vol.2, No.1 of Southeast Asian
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Southeast Asian Studies Vol.2. No. 1. April 2013
Note from Editorial Committee
Special Issue "Upland Peoples in the Making of History in Northern
Continental Southeast Asia"
Guest Editor: Christian DANIELS
Nathan BADENOCH; and TOMITA Shinsuke
Mountain People in the Muang: Creation and Governance of a Tai Polity in
Becoming Stateless: Historical Experience and Its Reflection on the
Concept of State among the Lahu in Yunnan and Mainland Southeast Asian
KOJIMA Takahiro and Nathan BADENOCH
From Tea to Temples and Texts: Transformation of the Interfaces of
Upland-Lowland Interaction on the China-Myanmar Border
Blocking the Path of Feral Pigs with Rotten Bamboo: The Role of Upland
Peoples in the Crisis of a Tay Polity in Southwest Yunnan, 1792 to 1836
NISHITANI Masaru and Nathan BADENOCH
Why Periodic Markets Are Held: Considering Products,People, and Place in
the Yunnan-Vietnam Border Area
Jean Michaud and Tim Forsyth, eds. Moving Mountains:Ethnicity and
Livelihoods in Highland China, Vietnam, and Laos.
Vancouver: UBC Press, 2011, xvi+235p.
John Clifford Holt.
Spirits of the Place: Buddhism and Lao Religious Culture.
Honolulu: University of Hawai‘i Press, 2009, 368p.
Andrew Walker, ed.
Tai Lands and Thailand: Community and State in Southeast Asia.
Honolulu: University of Hawai‘i Press, 2009, 261p
Bertil Lintner and Michael Black.
Merchants of Madness:The Methamphetamine Explosion in the Golden Triangle.
Chiang Mai: Silkworm Books, 2009, xii+180p.
Ronald D. RENARD
Thein Swe and Paul Chambers.
Cashing in across the Golden Triangle: Thailand’s Northern Border Trade
with China, Laos, and Myanmar.
Chiang Mai: Mekong Press, 2011, xx+192p.