Young Academic’s Voice

 

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The Kyoto Review of Southeast Asia is proud to announce a new feature for our online journal. Each month we will publish an articled from an up-and-coming young academic under the umbrella of Young Academic’s Voice (YAV).

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Kyoto Review of Southeast Asia: Voices of Young Academics

Watch this short video from Pavin Chachavalpongpun, Editor of the Kyoto Review of Southeast Asia, to find out more about Young Academics Voice.

 

 

 

 

 

 

Monthly YAV articles from Kyoto Review of Southeast Asia. Issue 20 (September 2016)

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Legitimacy and Military Rule in Today’s Thailand

Panuwat Panduprasert — Kyoto Review of Southeast Asia, Young Academics Voice, January 2017

decReel Justice: Filipino Action Movies in a Time of Killing

Janus Isaac Nolasco— Kyoto Review of Southeast Asia, Young Academics Voice, December 2016

women_thailandThe Colour-Coded Movements as a Space to Enhance Women’s Political Power

Duanghathai Buranajaroenkij— Kyoto Review of Southeast Asia, Young Academics Voice, November 2016

indonesia-mass-mobilizingThe rise of Mass-Mobilizing Politics in Indonesia
Muhamad Haripin— Kyoto Review of Southeast Asia. Young Academics Voice, October 2016 

Misunderstanding_internetMisunderstanding the Internet, Misunderstanding the Users: Cases from Thailand

Thaweeporn Kummetha—Kyoto Review of Southeast Asia. Young Academics Voice, September 2016 

 

Monthly YAV articles from Kyoto Review of Southeast Asia. Issue 19 (March 2016)

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Vietnam_middle_classVietnam’s Urban Middle Class: Rapidly Growing, Slowly Awakening

Huong Le Thu— Kyoto Review of Southeast Asia, Young Academics Voice, March 2016

Otop-ThailandRevitalising Cooperatives of Agricultural Communities: OTOP Organisations in Thai Villages

Chalermporn Siriwichai— Kyoto Review of Southeast Asia. Young Academics Voice, April 2016 

Children's_DayThe good child’s duties: childhood in militarized Thailand

Giuseppe Bolotta—Kyoto Review of Southeast Asia. Young Academics Voice, May 2016 

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An Arms Race in Southeast Asia: The Claims and Realities 

Ak. Mohammed Hafiizh Pg Hashim— Kyoto Review of Southeast Asia. Young Academics Voice, July 2016

The Production of Shared Space: Notes on Indonesian Migrant Workers in Hong Kong and Japan 

Brigitta Isabella— Kyoto Review of Southeast Asia. Young Academics Voice, July 2016 

 

Monthly YAV articles from Kyoto Review of Southeast Asia. Issue 18 (September 2015)

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Philippines-MassiahThe Real Crisis of Philippine Democracy
Carmina Yu Untalan— Kyoto Review of Southeast Asia, Young Academics Voice, September 2015

Thailand_building_flag“Arrested Development” Why and how the Thai junta disciplines labor

Kriangsak Teerakowitkajorn— Kyoto Review of Southeast Asia, Young Academics Voice, October 2015

Energy-securityEnergy Security in Southeast Asia? Let’s start with the Future

Catherine Mei Ling Wong— Kyoto Review of Southeast Asia, Young Academics Voice, November 2015

oil_moneyMyanmar Oil and Gas: Managed by the People for the People

Piti Eiamchamroonlarp— Kyoto Review of Southeast Asia, Young Academics Voice, December 2015

Thai_Chinese_familyThe “Family” making in the Sino-Thai Relations

Pongphisoot Busbarat— Kyoto Review of Southeast Asia, Young Academics Voice, January 2016

2016_ConstitutionThe Constitutional Court in the 2016 constitutional draft: A substitute King for Thailand in the post-Bhumibol era?

Eugénie Mérieau— Kyoto Review of Southeast Asia, Young Academics Voice, February 2016

 

Monthly YAV articles from Kyoto Review of Southeast Asia. Issue 17 (March 2015)

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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The Challenging Circumstances And Future Prospects For Thai Rice Farmers

Titipol Phakdeewanich— Kyoto Review of Southeast Asia, Issue 17, Young Academics Voice, March 2015

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Uncertainties for Malaysia’s Opposition after Nik Aziz’s death

Norshahril Saat— Kyoto Review of Southeast Asia, Issue 17, Young Academics Voice, April 2015

Ugly_bannerUgly Americans, Ugly Thais

Sinae Hyun — Kyoto Review of Southeast Asia, Issue 17, Young Academics Voice, May 2015

three-pronged_strategyChina’s Three-Pronged Strategy on Regional Connectivity

Sanchita Basu Das — Kyoto Review of Southeast Asia, Issue 17, Young Academics Voice, June 2015

empty-badge_ThailandCivil Discourse and Civil Society: The dysfunctional culture of Thai academia

A. Scientist — Kyoto Review of Southeast Asia, Issue 17, Young Academics Voice, July 2015

unity-bannerEnticing Patriotism: Thai National Anthems and Elites’ Political Interests in the 1930s

Chanon Adsanatham — Kyoto Review of Southeast Asia. Issue 17, Young Academics Voice, August 2015

 

 

Monthly YAV articles from Kyoto Review of Southeast Asia. Issue 16 (September 2014)  

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

dead_body_politics-bannerDead Body Politics: Forensic Medicine and Sovereignty in Siam 

Quentin (Trais) Pearson— Kyoto Review of Southeast Asia, Issue 16, Young Academics Voice, September 2014

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Along Came the Junta: The Evolution and Stagnation of Thailand’s Local Governance

Grichawat Lowatcharin— Kyoto Review of Southeast Asia, Issue 16, Young Academics Voice, October 2014

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Contesting for EMB Reform in Three Southeast Asian Authoritarian Regimes

Elvin Ong— Kyoto Review of Southeast Asia, Issue 16, Young Academics Voice, November 2014

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ASEAN Integration: Translating A Vision into Reality

Moe Thuzar— Kyoto Review of Southeast Asia, Issue 16, Young Academics Voice, December 2014

Thai_monksBuddhist Women As Agents of Change: Case Studies from Thailand and Indonesia

Lai Suat Yan— Kyoto Review of Southeast Asia, Issue 16, Young Academics Voice, January 2015

Chiangmai: the Future of the Creative Economy in Thailand

Kengkij Kitirianglarp— Kyoto Review of Southeast Asia, Issue 16, Young Academics Voice, February 2015 

 

Monthly YAV articles from Kyoto Review of Southeast Asia. Issue 15 (March 2014)

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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 In Whose Interest? Debating resource nationalism in Indonesia

Eve Warburton— Kyoto Review of Southeast Asia, Issue 15, Young Academics Voice, March 2014

pahiyas-bannerFrom Fiesta to Festival: Tourism and Cultural Politics in the Philippines

 Lou Antolihao— Kyoto Review of Southeast Asia, Issue 15, Young Academics Voice, April 2014 

YAV-May_14Where Are My Country(wo)men? The Lack of Singaporean Academics in Singapore’s Universities

Jack Chia and Carissa Kang — Kyoto Review of Southeast Asia, Issue 15, Young Academics Voice, May 2014

Planting the Culture of Democracy: Kaliurang, Yogyakarta and Padang, West Sumatra Post-2010 Merapi Volcano Eruption and 2009 Sumatran Earthquake

Laila Kholid Alfirdaus— Kyoto Review of Southeast Asia, Issue 15, Young Academics Voice, June 2014

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New Plantation ~ New Hope: Mangrove Plantations for Survivable Societies and Future Earth

 Andi Amri— Kyoto Review of Southeast Asia, Issue 15, Young Academics Voice, July 2014

coffee_boom_vietnamNorthwest Vietnam’s Coffee Boom and Food Security 

Tuyen Nghiem— Kyoto Review of Southeast Asia, Issue 15, Young Academics Voice, August 2014

 

Monthly YAV articles from Kyoto Review of Southeast Asia. Issue 14 (September 2013)

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Mockery of Fiscal Decentralization: The “Intergovernmental Transfer” System in Thailand

Tatchalerm Sudhipongpracha— Kyoto Review of Southeast Asia, Issue 14, Young Academics Voice, September 2013

Prioritising Social Growth in Singapore

Alex Tham—Kyoto Review of Southeast Asia, Issue 14, Young Academics Voice, October 2013

 The 5th Cambodia elections: a turning point for the democratic process

Vannarith Chheang—Kyoto Review of Southeast Asia, Issue 14, Young Academics Voice, November 2013

Tamnan Krasue – Constructing a Khmer Ghost for a Thai Film

Benjamin Baumann—Kyoto Review of Southeast Asia, Issue 14, Young Academics Voice, December 2013  

The Decline of a Presidency?

Lisandro E. Claudio—Kyoto Review of Southeast Asia, Issue 14, Young Academics Voice, January 2014

 Daw Aung San Suu Kyi and her discontents

Elliott Prasse-Freeman— Kyoto Review of Southeast Asia, Issue 14, Young Academics Voice, February 2014

 

1 Comment on Young Academic’s Voice

  1. Some of the these young academic’s pieces are the most interesting on your site. Good stuff.

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