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Southeast Asian Research at York
Scholars engaged in the study of historical and contemporary social formations within and across Thailand, Indonesia, Vietnam, Lao, Malaysia and the Philippines contribute to a broader understanding of South East Asia at York and beyond. Faculty and graduate students are researching a diverse range of themes and questions that expand understanding of the region through subnational, national, regional and global levels of analysis.
• Political economy of development in Southeast Asia: industrialization, urbanization, food security and globalization
• Political ecology, environmental sociology, forestry and resource management, rural livelihoods and identity
• International labour migration, transnationalism, transformations of households, gender and class
• Colonialism, imperialism and postcoloniality