Archive for November 28th, 2006

  • Tonight, University of Wisconsin-Madison professor Thongchai Winichakul will be lecturing in London on the topic, “Thailand’s Coup: A Step Forward in a Dangerous Direction“.  The talk will be held at the […]

    Reminder: Thongchai in London

    Tonight, University of Wisconsin-Madison professor Thongchai Winichakul will be lecturing in London on the topic, “Thailand’s Coup: A Step Forward in a Dangerous Direction“.  The talk will be held at the […]

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  • It is often hard for urban Thai perceptions of the rural to strike an appropriate middle ground. On the one hand there is the romantic imagery of honest and hard […]

    The fear of the rural

    It is often hard for urban Thai perceptions of the rural to strike an appropriate middle ground. On the one hand there is the romantic imagery of honest and hard […]

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  • Over the last three years, northern Laos has been seized by a rubber fever unknown in the agricultural history of the country. Rubber, initially introduced by Lao farmers from China […]

    Borders of rubber

    Over the last three years, northern Laos has been seized by a rubber fever unknown in the agricultural history of the country. Rubber, initially introduced by Lao farmers from China […]

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  • Youtube is carrying footage of the events of Black May 1992 (though, for some reason, the clip is titled “black September”). The clip shows special warfare forces that were under […]

    Surayud’s “Black May”?

    Youtube is carrying footage of the events of Black May 1992 (though, for some reason, the clip is titled “black September”). The clip shows special warfare forces that were under […]

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