Martin Michalon explains the effects of tourism on the Inlay Lake Region.
Kyungmee Kim evaluates existing narratives of regulation and development of Myanmar’s waterways. Perspectives on Myanmar’s…
Marion Sabrié considers different views on Myanmar’s iconic river.
Daughters of the Sakyamuni: Reflections on Struggles to Legally Exist as Female Buddhist Practitioners in Thailand and Myanmar
Phacharaphorn Phanomvan reflects on the role of female Buddhist practitioners in Buddhist societies. In December 2014,…
Caretaking Democratization: The Military and Political Change in Myanmar by Renaud Egreteau, Oxford University Press, Oxford, 2016, 193 Pages.
T. F. Rhoden reviews Renaud Egreteau’s new book on Burmese politics and the praetorian side…
Tea Circle is now accepting submissions for a new forum on Myanmar’s Waterways.
Khin Zaw Win shares enthusiasm about growing public sentiment for peace.
The Myanmar Media and Society Project team explores actions that have de-escalated conflict.
Happy New Year and Happy Myanmar Independence Day!
Call for Submissions: Oxford-SOAS Graduate Student Workshop: “New Directions in Research on Myanmar”
The Programme on Modern Burmese Studies at St Antony’s College, University of Oxford, in collaboration with…
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