2014/02/14
Vol. 2, No. 1, KATAOKA Tatsuki

Contents>> Vol. 2, No. 1 Becoming Stateless: Historical Experience and Its Reflection on the Concept of State among the Lahu in Yunnan and Mainland Southeast Asian Massif Kataoka Tatsuki* *片岡 樹, Graduate School of Asian and African Area Studies, Kyoto University, 46 Shimoadachi-cho, Yoshida Sakyo-ku, Kyoto 606-8501, Japan e-mail: kataoka[at]asafas.kyoto-u.ac.jp This paper aims to contribute to James Scott’s discussion of statelessness in “Zomia” by examining the realities of political autonomy and the concepts of state and kingship of the Lahu. During the nineteenth century, “kings” appeared among the Lahu in parts of southwest Yunnan. Indeed, the Lahu enjoyed political autonomy under their own kings before these were eliminated in the process […]

2013/04/25
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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