A new special issue in Geopolitics (edited by Jasnea Sarma, Hilary Faxon and K.B. Roberts) highlights pre- and post-coup extractive economies and political geographies in Myanmar and beyond.
Hitomi Fujimura explores how Karen Baptists understood “modern knowledge” in nineteenth-century America.
Courtney Wittekind interviews filmmaker Saeed Taji Farouky about his film, “A Thousand Fires,” set in Magway
Bertie Alexander Lawson considers how travellers struggle to understand Myanmar, through the lens of novels and travelogues.
Reshmi Banerjee reviews an engrossing tale of family history, national politics and regional cuisine
Keith Lyons reviews a book that offers insights into a Myanmar beyond the tourist gaze.
David Scott Mathieson reviews Andrew Selth’s 2019 book on Myanmar’s notorious intelligence services.
Elizabeth Rhoads reviews Ardeth Thawngmung’s 2019 book on the politics of quotidian survival strategies in Myanmar.