Shona Loong uses world histories of anti-colonial nationalism to reexamine the Karen struggle.
Frances O’Morchoe details the lesser-known history of the Myanmar-China railway in nineteenth-century Burma.
Andrew Selth assesses the value of military medals to researchers interested in Burma’s modern history.
Htet Thiha Zaw examines if early history explains subsequent state presence in Bago, Myanmar.
Daw Htay Htay Win describes the history behind the distribution of Bogyoke Aung Gyi’s letter.
Liu Yun analyzes the significance of an Chinese-Pyu inscription found at the Tharaba Gate.
Andrew Thomson discusses Japanese Officer Keiji Suzuki’s role in Myanmar’s independence movement.
Reshmi Banerjee reviews Andrew Selth’s book on popular music in colonial Burma.
Frances O’Morchoe delves into the stories of banishment, migration and golden ages within Lahu pasts.
Soe Lin Aung offers an intervention into analyses of the Rohingya crisis.