Junko Koizumi

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Junko Koizumi
Kyoto University

Published Papers

Chinese Secret Societies in Siam in the Late Nineteenth and Early Twentieth Centuries
Junko Koizumi
East Asian Studies   37(2) 39-62   Aug 2018   [Refereed][Invited]
The ‘Last’ Friendship Exchanges between Siam and Vietnam, 1879–1882: Siam between Vietnam and France—and Beyond
Junko Koizumi
TRaNS: Trans-Regional and -National Studies of Southeast Asia   4(1)    Jan 2016   [Refereed]
Studies of the Chinese in Thailand and Thai Studies in the United States in Historical and Geopolitical Contexts
Junko Koizumi
ACTA ASIATICA   (104) 19-56   2013
Siamese Inter-State Relations in the Late Nineteenth Century: From An Asian Regional Perspective
Junko Koizumi
Taiwan Journal of Southeast Asian Studies   5(1) 47-72   2008   [Refereed]
Historical Sources on the Hakka in Thai: An Introductory Note
Junko Koizumi
客家研究辑刊   (2) 38-42   2005
King’s Manpower Constructed: Writing the History of the Conscription of Labour in Siam,
Junko Koizumi
South East Asia Research   10(1) 31-61   2002   [Refereed]
The Commutation of Suai from Northeast Siam in the Middle of the Nineteenth Century
Junko Koizumi
Journal of Southeast Asian Studies   23(2) 276-307   1992   [Refereed]
Why the Kula Wept: A Report on the Trade Activities of the Kula in Isan at the End of the Nineteenth Century
Junko Koizumi
Southeast Asian Studies   28(2) 131-153   1990   [Refereed]

Books etc

K.Naumann, T.Loschke, et al (eds), In Search of Other Worlds: Essays towards a Cross-Regional History of Area Studies
Junko Koizumi (Part:Contributor, The Development of Southeast Asian Studies in the Post-war Period in the United States and Beyond)
Leipziger Universitatsverlag   2018   
Geoff Wade (ed.)Asian Expansions: The Historical Experiences of Polity Expansion in Asia.
Junko Koizumi (Part:Contributor, Siamese State Expansion in the Thonburi and Early Bangkok Periods)
Routledge   2014   
Pasuk Phongpaichit and Chris Baker (ed), Duai Rak: Essays on Thailand’s Economy and Society for Professor Chatthip Nartsupha at 72
Junko Koizumi (Part:Contributor, Rachinikun Bangchang, in Historical Perspective)
Sangsan   2013   
Geoff Wade and Li Tana (eds.) Anthony Reid and the Study of the Southeast Asian Past
Junko Koizumi (Part:Contributor, Chinese Shrines Contested: Power and Politics in Chinese Communities in Bangkok in the Early Twentieth Century)
Singapore: Institute of Southeast Asian Studies   2012   
Yoko Hayami, Junko Koizumi, Chalidaporn Songsamphan, and Ratana Tosakul (eds.)The Family in Flux in Southeast Asia
Junko Koizumi (Part:Joint Editor)
Silkworm   2012   
The Family in Flux in Southeast Asia
Junko Koizumi (Part:Contributor, Legal Reforms and Inheritance Disputes in Siam in the Late 19th and Early 20th Centuries)
Silkworm   2012   
Anthony Reid and Zheng Yangwen (eds) Negotiating Asymmetry: China’s Place in Asia
Junko Koizumi (Part:Contributor, Between Tribute and Treaty: Sino-Siamese Relations from the Late Nineteenth Century to the Early Twentieth Century)
NUS Press   2009   
Other Pasts: Women, Gender and History in Early Modern Southeast Asia
Junko Koizumi (Part:Contributor, From a Water Buffalo to a Human Being: Women and the Family in Siamese History)
Center for Southeast Asian Studies, University of Hawaii   2000   

Conference Activities & Talks

Chinese Secret Societies in Siam in the Late Nineteenth Century: A Preliminary Note [Invited]
Junko Koizumi
Proceedings for 2013 SIEAS Research Cluster Conference Southeast Asia vis-à-vis the Etrangers in the Historical Perspective   Nov 2013   
Southeast Asia Studies in the US and Japan during the Early Cold War Period
Junko Koizumi
THe 8th International Convention of Asia Scholars (ICAS 8)   24 Jun 2013   
The Sino-Siamese Relationship in the Dynastic Chronicles of the Rattanakosin Era
Junko Koizumi
Kyoto-NTU-SYSU Joint International Workshop Plural Coexistence: East Asian Experiences in Comparative and Interdisciplinary Perspectives   17 Dec 2011   
Southeast Asia Studies in the U.S. at Its Inception: A Preliminary Study
Junko Koizumi
the Third European Congress on World and Global History   Apr 2011   
Western Influences or Chinese Influences?: Diplomatic Negotiations between Siam and Vietnam, 1879-1882
Junko Koizumi
Proceedings for 2011 SIEAS International Conference of Research Cluster: Historical and Cultural Formation of Southeast Asia: External Influences and Indigenization,   Mar 2011   
Sino-Siamese Relationship in the Dynastic Chronicles [Invited]
Junko Koizumi
History Department, Srinakharinwirot University   20 Dec 2010   
Siamese Perceptions of ‘Asia’in the Late Nineteenth and Early Twentieth Centuries
Junko Koizumi
The First KASEAS-CSEAS Joint International Symposium   20 Jun 2009   
Reappraisal of Studies of Chinese Society in Thailand from a Historical Perspective
Junko Koizumi
International Convention of Asia Scholars   5 Aug 2006   
Between Tribute and Treaty: Sino-Siamese Relations in the Late Nineteenth and the Early Twentieth Centuries
Junko Koizumi
the International Workshop on Rationalizing China’s Place in Asia   5 Aug 2006   
Reappraisal of Siamese State Consolidation after the Fall of Ayudhaya
Junko Koizumi
the Workshop on “Asian Expansions: The Historical Processes of Policy Expansions of Asia   12 May 2006