Vol. 9, No. 3 of Southeast Asian Studies


Published in December, 2020


Demarcation of the Yunnan-Burma Tai Minority Area in Warry’s Report of 1891–97: A Critical Evaluation against the Background of Contemporary Chinese Historiography ・・・ Hanli Zhou
Volker Grabowsky
Post-1998 Changes in Rural Java: The Rapid Expansion of the Middle Class ・・・ Agung Wicaksono pdficon_large
The Rubber Boom Assemblage and Internalized Friction: Attitudes of the Government, NGOs, and Farmers in Northeast Thailand ・・・ Fujita Wataru pdficon_large
Revisiting Transnational Media Flow in Nusantara: Cross-border Content Broadcasting in Indonesia and Malaysia ・・・ Nuurrianti Jalli
Yearry Panji Setianto
The Institutional Environment of the Palm Oil Value Chain and Its Impact on Community Development in Kapuas Hulu, Indonesia ・・・ Albert Hasudungan
Jeffrey Neilson
Book Reviews
Annabel Teh Gallop. Malay Seals from the Islamic World of Southeast Asia: Content, Form, Context, Catalogue. Singapore: NUS Press, in association with the British Library, 2019. ・・・ R. Michael Feener pdficon_large
Boreth Ly. Traces of Trauma: Cambodian Visual Culture and National Identity in the Aftermath of Genocide. Honolulu: University of Hawai‘i Press, 2020. ・・・ Thun Theara pdficon_large
Wasana Wongsurawat. The Crown and the Capitalists: The Ethnic Chinese and the Founding of the Thai Nation. Seattle: University of Washington Press, 2019. ・・・ Patrick Jory pdficon_large
Sanjib Baruah. In the Name of the Nation: India and Its Northeast. Stanford: Stanford University Press, 2020. ・・・ Matteo Miele pdficon_large
Christian C. Lentz. Contested Territory: Ðien Biên Phu and the Making of Northwest Vietnam. New Haven and London: Yale University Press, 2019. ・・・ Oliver Tappe pdficon_large
Douglas Kammen and Jonathan Chen. Cina Timor: Baba, Hakka, and Cantonese in the Making of Timor-Leste. New Haven: Yale University Southeast Asia Studies, 2019. ・・・ Jafar Suryomenggolo pdficon_large
Duncan McCargo. Fighting for Virtue: Justice and Politics in Thailand. Ithaca and London: Cornell University Press, 2020. ・・・ Khemthong Tonsakulrungruang pdficon_large


In this issue we have stopped using small capitals in author names. Authors’ names are listed according to the various local standards, in recognition of the diversity of conventions that exist. For details on how to cite papers in Southeast Asian Studies please refer to “How to Cite,” on the cover page of each paper.