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Revisioning Southeast Asia: Conflicts, Connections and Vulnerabilities
Trilateral University of British Columbia * Université de Montréal * York University Initiative
Working Papers * Les travaux du CCEASE

From October 14-16, 2005, YCAR hosted the Canadian Council for Southeast Asian Studies (CCSEAS) Biennial Conference on the theme "Revisioning Southeast Asia: Conflicts, Connections and Vulnerabilities". During the CCSEAS General Assembly, the members agreed that a selection of papers from the conference be published to continue the series started out by the Canadian Southeast Asian Trilateral Initiative (CSEASTI). The following are the presentations of participants who agreed that their paper or powerpoint presentation be published on the YCAR website citable as CSEASTI Documents.

CCSEAS Keynote Address: The Many Knowledge(s) of Southeast Asia: Rethinking Southeast Asia in Real Time, by Terry McGee, Professor Emeritus, Institute of Asian Research, Department of Geography, University of British Columbia.
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Konfrontasi and the Making of Malaysia: British Responses, by Yeow-Tong Chia, Ph.D Candidate, History of Education / Comparative, International and Development Education, The Department of Theory and Policy Studies in Education Ontario Institute for Studies in Education of the University of Toronto, Canada.
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More Species and More Surveillance: Implications of P.vannamei Introductions and Japanese Traceability Initiatives for the Diversity of Asian Shrimp Aquaculture, by Derek Hall, International Development Studies / Political Studies Trent University Peterborough, ON Canada.
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Similarities in the World of the Indian Ocean: Interaction of Cultures, by Ahmed Elyas Hussein, International Islamic University of Malaysia.
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Protection of the Private Sector from Adverse Public Sector Action: Philippine Experience, by Rommel Gavieta, Associate Professor, Graduate School of Business, De La Salle University, Philippines.
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Regionalization as Political and Class Conflict, by Jim Glassman, Department of Geography, University of British Columbia, Canada.
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The Geopolitical Significance of Burma/Myanmar’s Human and Economic Crisis, by Bruce Matthews, Dean, Faculty of Arts, Lumsden Professor of Comparative Religion, Acadia University, Nova Scotia, Canada.
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Beheading Longinus in the ‘Heart of the Philippines’: Spirituality, Theatre, Community, and Politics in Marinduque’s Moriones Festival, by William Peterson, Associate Professor, Department of Theatre Arts, California State University San Bernardino, USA.
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Emerging Agro-food Markets, Supply Chains, and Regional Rural Development Prospects in Nghe An Province, Vietnam, by Steffanie Scott, Department of Geography, University of Waterloo, Canada.
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The Neoliberal Order in Cambodia, by Simon Springer, PhD Candidate, Department of Geography, University of British Columbia, Canada.
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The Globalization of Thai Cuisine, by Sirijit Sunanta, PhD Candidate, University of British Columbia, Canada.
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Natural Markets: Remaking food and agriculture in Southeast Asia, by Peter Vandergeest, Department of Sociology, York University, Canada.
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Les aires protégées en Asie du Sud-est continentale, 1962-2005, by Romain Vanhooren et Steve Déry, Département de géographie, Université Laval, Quebec, Canada.
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