Vol. 8, No. 2, NAKATSUJI Susumu

Contents>> Vol. 8, No. 2 Land Use and Land Cover Changes during the Second Indochina War and Their Long-Term Impact on a Hilly Area in Laos Nakatsuji Susumu* * 中辻󠄀 享,Faculty of Letters, Konan University, 8–9–1 Okamoto, Higashinada-ku, Kobe, Hyogo 658–8501, Japan e-mail: nakatuji[at]konan-u.ac.jp DOI: 10.20495/seas.8.2_203 Armed conflicts create drastic socioeconomic shocks that lead to land use and land cover changes in ways that are not yet well understood. Several studies have used satellite imagery to detect such changes during periods of conflict. However, there has been an insufficient examination of older conflicts before the 1970s. By examining older conflicts, we can examine the effects of conflict on land use […]

Vol. 2, No. 1, Nathan BADENOCH, TOMITA Shinsuke

Contents>> Vol. 2, No. 1 Mountain People in the Muang: Creation and Governance of a Tai Polity in Northern Laos Nathan Badenoch* and Tomita Shinsuke** *Hakubi Center for Advanced Research, Center for Southeast Asian Studies, Kyoto University Corresponding author’s e-mail: baideanach[at]gmail.com **富田晋介, Center for Southeast Asian Studies, Kyoto University This paper traces the history of Luang Namtha, an intermontane valley basin in northern Laos, based on the narratives of non-Tai ethnic groups that collectively constitute a majority in the region. The narratives demonstrate the possibility of alternative histories of muang polities, which are a core part of our understanding of Tai social and political organization. These narratives describe a central […]

Vol. 2, No. 1 of Southeast Asian Studies

Published in April, 2013 CONTENTS Note from Editorial Committee  Upland Peoples in the Making of History in Northern Continental Southeast Asia Guest Editor: Christian DANIELS Introduction Introduction ・・・ Christian DANIELS Articles Mountain People in the Muang: Creation and Governance of a Tai Polity in Northern Laos ・・・ Nathan BADENOCH, TOMITA Shinsuke Becoming Stateless: Historical Experience and Its Reflection on the Concept of State among the Lahu in Yunnan and Mainland Southeast Asian Massif ・・・ KATAOKA Tatsuki From Tea to Temples and Texts: Transformation of the Interfaces of Upland-Lowland Interaction on the China-Myanmar Border ・・・ KOJIMA Takahiro, Nathan BADENOCH Blocking the Path of Feral Pigs with Rotten Bamboo: The Role of […]


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