Ph.D.(University of Hawai'i at Manoa)
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Although originally trained in political science and philosophy, I have been situating my research since 2000 at the intertwining relations of four notions: violence, difference, marginality, and temporality. I have thus employed various transdisciplinary approaches, blurring the genres of political science, philosophy, anthropology, and history. My research fields lie at the nexus between migration studies and border studies, focusing especially on the Thai-Myanmar borderlands. It is the border region to where most of my publications on the following issues have devoted: death & atrocity; refugee; music & youth; ethnicity; marginal migrant workers; “cultural fluency”; community engagement; malaria elimination; and special economic zone. Moreover, I have also been working with some civil society organizations along the borderlands since 2008 – starting with the Mae Tao Clinic’s network and, in 2012, with the Shoklo Malaria Research Unit (SMRU). During 2008-2011, I was also teaching in a college in a “refugee camp” along the borderlands.
Exploring Religio-cultural Pluralism in Southeast Asia: Intercommunion, Localization, Syncretisation and Conflict 289 - 335 2019年7月 査読有り 招待有り
Rawang pritsana lae sattha: chaiwat sathaanan kap kanmueang manut nai sattawat thi 21 27 - 60 2019年6月 招待有り