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Gerard McCarthy
Outsourcing the Polity offers a new account of social outsourcing in post-independence Myanmar, demonstrating how the bankrupt post-socialist junta mediated market

Southeast Asia Program

Maurits Meerwijk
In A History of Plague in Java, 1911–1942, Maurits Meerwijk demonstrates how the official response to the 1911 outbreak of plague in Malang led to

Southeast Asia Program

Benjamin Hegarty
In The Made-Up State, Benjamin Hegarty contends that warias, one of Indonesia's trans feminine populations, have cultivated a distinctive way of c

Southeast Asia Program

Andrew McGraw and Christopher J. Miller
Sounding Out the State of Indonesian Music showcases the breadth and complexity of music in and of Indonesia. By bringing together chapters on the merging

Southeast Asia Program

By Our Faculty
Jacques Bertrand, Alexandre Pelletier, and Ardeth Maung Thawnghmung
Winning by Process asks why the peace process stalled in the decade from 2011 to 2021 despite a liberalizing regime, a national ceasefire agreement, and a multilat

Southeast Asia Program

Elisabeth Kramer
In The Candidate's Dilemma, Elisabeth Kramer tells the story of how three political candidates in Indonesia made decisions to resist, engage in, o

Southeast Asia Program

Steffen Bo Jensen and Karl Hapal
Communal Intimacy and the Violence of Politics explores the notoriously brutal Philippine war on drugs from below. Steffen Bo Jensen and Karl Hapal examin

Southeast Asia Program

Peter Katzenstein, Jonathan Kirshner

Reppy Institute for Peace and Conflict Studies

By Our Faculty
Elizabeth Oyler and Katherine Saltzman-Li, eds.
Cultural Imprints draws on literary works, artifacts, performing arts, and documents that were created by or about the samurai

East Asia Program

Sango Mahanty
Unsettled Frontiers provides a fresh view of how resource frontiers evolve over time. Since the French colonial era, the Cambodia-Vietnam borderlands have

Southeast Asia Program