HAYAMI Yoko

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Name
HAYAMI Yoko
Affiliation
Kyoto University
Section
Center for Southeast Asian Studies Division of Society and Culture
Degree
Ph. D. in Anthropology(ブラウン大学 大学院(アメリカ)), Others

Research Areas

 
 

Education

 
 
 - 
1992
Anthropology, Department of Anthropology, Brown University, Graduate School
 
 
 - 
1981
Faculty of Liberal Arts, International Christian University
 

Published Papers

 
Karen Culture of Evangelism and Early Baptist Mission in Nineteenth Century Burma
HAYAMI Yoko
Social Sciences and Missions   31(2) 251-283   2018   [Refereed]
Seeking Haven and Seeking Jobs: MIgrant Workers' Networks in Two Thai Locales
Nobpaon Rabibhadana & HAYAMI Yoko
Southeast Asian Studies   2(2) 243-283   2013   [Refereed]
HAYAMI Yoko
Journal of Asian Studies   70(4) 1083-1105   2011   [Refereed]
E. Kobori; S. Visrutaratna; Y. Maeda; S. Wongchai; A. Kada; M. Ono-Kihara; Y. Hayami; M. Kihara
BMC International Health and Human Rights   9(1)    2009   [Refereed]
Introduction: Redefining Otherness from Northern Thailand: Notes Towards Debating Multiculturalism in the Region
速水洋子
東南アジア研究 44(3):250-274.   44(3) 483-493   2007   [Refereed]
Ecological resource use and social change in the minority regions of Myanmar: Introduction
S. Takeda; Y. Hayami
Southeast Asian Studies   45(3) 297-302   2007   [Refereed]
Negotiating ethnic representation between self and other: The case of Karen and eco-tourism in Thailand
Y. Hayami
Southeast Asian Studies   44(3) 385-409   2006   [Refereed]
Within and Beyond the Boundaries : Anthropological Studies of Mainland Southeast Asia since the 1950s
速水洋子
Japanese review of cultural anthropology   2 65-104   2001   [Refereed]
Challenges to Community Rights in the Hill Forests: State Policy and Local Contradictions. A Karen Case.
速水洋子
Tai Culture: International Review on Tai Cultural Studies. V(2):104-131.      2000   [Refereed]
"Buddhist Missionary Project in the Hills of Northern Thailand : A Case Study from a Cluster of Karen Villages"
速水 洋子
Tai Culture : International Review on Tai Cultural Studies,4/1,53-76      1999   [Refereed]
"Motherhood Redefined : Women's Choices on Family Rituals and Reproduction in the Peripheries of Thailand"
速水 洋子
Sojourn,13/2,1-21      1998   [Refereed]
Internal and external discourse of communality, tradition and environment: Minority claims on forest in the northern hills of Thailand
Y. Hayami
Southeast Asian Studies   35(3) 558-579   1997   [Refereed]
Karen tradition according to Christ or Buddha: The implications of multiple reinterpretations for a minority ethnic group in Thailand
Y. Hayami
Journal of Southeast Asian Studies   27(2) 334-&   Sep 1996   [Refereed]
Buddhist missionary project in the hills of northern Thailand: a case study from a cluster of Karen villages
Y. Hayami
Southeast Asian Studies (Kyoto)   32(2) 231-250   1994   [Refereed]
To be Karen and to be cool: community, morality and identity among Sgaw Karen in northern Thailand
Y. Hayami
Cahiers des Sciences Humaines   29(4) 747-762   1993   [Refereed]
Women in Thailand--Thoughts on the Recent Anthropological Literature
速水 洋子
社会科学ジャ-ナル   25(1) 121-144   Oct 1986   [Refereed]

Misc

 
Book review. Ooi keat Gin and Volker Grabowsky (eds.) Ethnic and Religious Identities and Integation in Southeast Asia.
HAYAMI Yoko
Journal of Burma Studies.   22(1) 164-67   2018
Book review: Julia Cassaniti. Living Buddhism: Mind, Self, and Emotion in a Thai Community. Cornell University Press. 2015.
HAYAMI Yoko
Journal of the Siam Society   106 342-345   2018   [Invited]
Book review. Egreteau, Regaud and F. Robinne (eds.) metamorphosis: studies in social and political change in Myanmar.
HAYAMI Yoko
American Ethnologist.   44(1) 181-183   2017   [Invited]
Book Review. Hjorleifur Jonsson. Slow んthろぽぉgy:Negotiating Difference with the Iu Mien.
HAYAMI Yoko
The Asia Pacific Journal of Anthropology   17(3-4) 371-373   2016   [Invited]
“Rethinking “Religion” from the Margins.”
HAYAMI Yoko and Tatsuki Kataoka
Kyoto Review of Southeast Asia   19    2016

Books etc

 
The Family in Flux in Southeast Asia: Institution, Ideology and Practice
速水洋子・小泉順子・Ratana Tosakul・Chalidaporn Songsamphan共同編著 (Part:Joint Editor)
Silkworm Press and Kyoto University Press   2012   
Traversing Invisible Borders: Personal Narratives and Historical Experience. (Edited by Roxana Waterson pp.250-274.)
速水洋子 (Part:Contributor)
Ohio University Press and Singapore University Press.   2007   
Towards Multi-Laterality in Southeast Asian Studies: Perspectives from Japan
速水洋子 (Part:Contributor)
Southeast Asian Studies: Debates and New Directions (Eds).C.Chou and V. Houben pp.65-85. IIAS/ISEAS.   2006   
Between Hills and Plains: Power and Practice in Socio-Religious Dynamics among Karen.
速水洋子
Kyoto University Press and Trans Pacific Press   2004   
Morality, sexuality and mobility: changing moral discourse and self
速水洋子 (Part:Contributor)
Living at the Edge of Thai Society. (ed.) C. de Lang. pp.112-129. Routledge Curzon.   2003   
Gender and Modernity in Asia and the Pacific.
速水洋子・田辺明生・常田夕美子(共同編著)
Kyoto University Press and Trans-Pacific Press.   2003   
The Decline of Founder's Cults and Changing Configurations of Power: Village, Forest and State among Karen
速水洋子 (Part:Contributor)
Founder's Cults (Eds.) N. Tannenbaum and C. Kammere. pp.134-158. Northern Illinois University.   2003   
"He's Really a Karen" : Articulation of Ethnic and Gender Relationship in a Regional Context"
速水 洋子 (Part:Contributor)
Dynamics of Ethnic Cultures Across National Boundaries in Southwest China and Mainland Southeast Asia. Min Muang Press,/,260-277   2000   

Conference Activities & Talks

 
“Narratives of Elderly Who Are “Lacking Care” Considering Biopolitics from a State Elderly Home in Northern Thailand”
HAYAMI Yoko
Keynote Lecture at CAPAS-CSEAS Conference on Young Scholars of Southeast Asian Studies   8 Sep 2017   
“Building pagodas and constructing charisma in the Myanmar-Thai border region”
HAYAMI Yoko
The 13th International Conference on Thai Studies   17 Jul 2017   
“Power and Communality : Aging and Elderly Care in Northern Thailand”
HAYAMI Yoko
Cornell University Southeast Asia Program, Gatty Lecture Series.   4 May 2017   
The Culture of English-Language Academic Book Publishing: A Roundtable and Discussion with Editors and Publishers [Invited]
HAYAMI Yoko
AAS in Asia   25 Jun 2016   
Living together but apart: reassembling relationships of care among Karen in the northern hills of Thailand [Invited]
HAYAMI Yoko
IUAES Conference   15 Jul 2015   
Karen Religious Movements in the Thai-Myanmar Borderlands
HAYAMI Yoko
Changing Dynamics of the Burma/Myanmar's Borderlands   28 Mar 2014   
Thai-Myanmar Borderland as Socio-Religious Space among Karen
HAYAMI Yoko
ISEAS-CSEAS joint workshop on Myanmar from the Margins   14 Nov 2013   
"Evangelical Zeal among Early Karen Baptists” in the panel “Indigenous Christianity among Ethnic Minorities in Southeast Asia"
HAYAMI Yoko
7th EUROSEAS   4 Jul 2013   
"Southeast Asian Studies in Japan” in the Roundtable “Southeast Asian Studies: Crisis or Opportunity?"
HAYAMI Yoko
ICAS8   26 Jun 2013   
"Seeking power/protection in the uplands: Karen Buddhist practices in Myanmar and Thailand" in the Panel "Minorities and the Making of Local Buddhisms in Mainland Southeast Asia"
HAYAMI Yoko
ICAS8   25 Jun 2013   
"Missionary Zeal among Early Karen Baptists"AAS Panel on Indigenous Christianity among Ethnic Minorities in Southeast Asia
HAYAMI Yoko
AAS annual meeting   21 Mar 2013   
"Regionalism from the Perspective of Cross-border Migrants: the Myanmar- Thai Border Case." Presented at the panel Regional integration and transnational exchanges in the Greater Mekong Subregion
HAYAMI Yoko
Asian Studies Association of Australia Conference   11 Jul 2012   
"Multi-Laterality and the Changing Global Mapping of Southeast Asian Studies: a view from Japan" CAPAS-CSEAS Workshop for Young Scholars of Southeast Asian Area Studies EXPLORING FRONTIERS OF SOUTHEAST ASIAN AREA STUDIES
HAYAMI Yoko
ASIAN PERSPECTIVES   9 Aug 2011   
"Pagodas and Wedding Vows: Religious Practices among Buddhist Pwo Karen in Karen State from a Comparative Perspective"
HAYAMI Yoko
International Conference for Thai Studies   26 Jul 2011   
Coordinator and Chairperson. “De-institutionalizing Religion in Southeast Asia: Minority Perspectives”
HAYAMI Yoko
AAS-ICAS Joint Annual Meeting   2 Apr 2011   
"Upland vs. Lowland as Seen through Gender: Distant Representations and Immediate Relationships"
HAYAMI Yoko
JSPS Asian Core Workshop: International Seminar on Radically Envisioning a Different Southeast Asia   18 Jan 2011   
Research Conference “Asian Connections : Southeast Asian Model for Co-Existence in the 21st Century”
HAYAMI Yoko
Asian Core University Program of Thammasat University "From the Intimate Sphere to the Public Sphere in Southeast Asia"   27 Aug 2010   
"Reality or Mirage? Family in Southeast Asian Society" paper given at the International Workshop on Southeast Asia
HAYAMI Yoko
“Regions”, and Social Theory   3 Mar 2010   
“Asian Connections as both Subjects and Tools for Fruitful Collaborative Research”
HAYAMI Yoko
CAPAS-CSEAS 2009 International Symposium on Maritime Links and Trans-nationalism in Southeast Asia   28 Oct 2009   
The Present and Future of Area Studies in Asia: From Perspectives on Gender and Family
HAYAMI Yoko
JASSO International University Exchange Seminar   14 Sep 2009   

Research Grants & Projects

 
Religion and social change and the dynamics of hill-lowland relationship in Mainland Southeast Asia
Women, family and gender in Southeast Asia