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Audio from New Mandala, a forum for anecdote, analysis, and new perspectives on Southeast Asia since 2006. Hosted by the Australian National University's Coral Bell School of Asia Pacific Affairs. Subscribe to us on iTunes or the Apple Podcasts app: https://itunes.apple.com/us/podcast/id1360166063
 
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U Dhammaloka is now the subject of a fascinating new book, The Irish Buddhist: The Forgotten Monk Who Faced Down the British Empire (Oxford University Press, 2020) cowritten by Alicia Turner, Laurence Cox, and Brian Bocking. Beyond the story of this intrepid Irishman, this book is also a social history of British Burma at the height of European imp…
 
Anyone who has taken any interest in the politics of Thailand at all in the last two decades could not help but have noticed the part that the country’s judiciary has played in them. Whereas before the 2000s the courts had at best a peripheral role in political life there, in recent years judges have at times weighed in dramatically on high-stakes …
 
Singapore’s history has generally been represented through a linear, upward trajectory “from Third World to the First,” in the words of the postcolonial state’s founding father Lee Kuan Yew. In his book Singapore: A Modern History (Bloomsbury, 2020), Michael D. Barr synthesizes a story that complicates this progress narrative and critiques the foun…
 
The tail end of the twentieth century was a good time for constitutional lawyers. Leapfrogging around the globe, they offered advice on how to amend, write or rewrite one state constitution after the next following the collapse of the Soviet Union and with it, the communist bloc. Largely overlooked in the flurry of constitution drafting in this per…
 
Repost: Roman David and Ian Holliday join us on New Books in Southeast Asian Studies to talk about limited liberalism in Myanmar and beyond, about trust in government and the Coronavirus pandemic, prospects for transitional justice, and about doing survey and interview research on politics in Myanmar in the 2010s.Like this interview? If so you migh…
 
In this last episode of the second series of Philippines beyond clichés, Associate Professor Nicole Curato talks to sociologist Dr Mary Racelis to unpack the idea that major cities like Manila should be decongested by moving the urban poor out and moving highrise developments and private capital in. Who has the right to live in the city and what ro…
 
In the penultimate episode of our second series, Dr Nicole Curato of UC's Centre for Participatory Democracy and Global Governance takes a look at a topic very close to her heart, when she talks to Dr Teresa Melgar about participatory governance. While the practice attract cynicism in many quarters, Dr Melgar's comparative sociological research in …
 
In this fourth episode from New Mandala's second series of podcasts looking at the Philippines beyond the clichès, Associate Professor Nicole Curato from University of Canberra's Centre for Deliberative Democracy and Global Governance sits down with Wataru Kusaka to discuss the widespread notion that populist voters are deluded. Wataru Kusaka's ext…
 
Sara Davies joins us for a coronavirus pandemic special on New Books in Southeast Asian Studies to talk about health security and political sovereignty; the revised International Health Regulations; experiments with SARS and the avian influenza; surveillance of and reporting on contagious disease in Southeast Asia; democracy, transparency and trust…
 
In this second episode of our second series of the Philippines beyond clichés, the topic of discussion is sexism. Is the Philippines a sexist society? Associate Professor Nicole Curato of the University of Canberra's Centre for Deliberative Democracy and Global Governance speaks with Dr Maria Tanyag, a research fellow in the Coral Bell School of As…
 
In this first episode in New Mandala's second podcast series Philippines beyond clichés, Associate Professor at Western Sydney University speaks to Nicole Curato from the University of Canberra about television entertainment and celebrity culture, revealing how this important field of study can tell us more about the perpetuation and performance of…
 
New Mandala's Philippines editor Dr Nicole Curato speaks with Yves Aquino, a doctor and bioethicist who is completing his PhD in Department of Philosophy and the Research Centre for Agency, Values and Ethics, Macquarie University. They discuss the cliché that "in order to be beautiful in the Philippines, you have to look like Pia Wurtzbach".…
 
New Mandala's Philippines editor Dr Nicole Durato speaks with ANU's Dr Hannah Bulloch about how her research on the island of Siquijor calls into question the cliché that Filipinos look to America for ideas about economic and social progress.Read Hannah Bulloch's "In Pursuit of Progress: Narratives of Development on a Philippine Island" (University…
 
"Whither academic freedom in Thailand? The criminal case against Dr Chayan and four others"Discussion recorded at the Australian National University, 23/8/2018.Speakers:Dr Craig Reynolds | Australian National UniversityDr Tyrell Haberkorn | University of Wisconsin-MadisonProf Anthony Connolly | Australian National UniversityChaired by:Dr Nick Chees…
 
New Mandala's editor Liam Gammon talks to Assoc Prof Bridget Welsh about how the institutions Pakatan Harapan inherits from BN complicate reform efforts, and ANU's Dr Ross Tapsell talks to Prof Shamsul AB about the social and ideological constants that GE14 didn't change.New Mandala による
 
New Mandala's Philippines editor Dr Nicole Curato speaks with Dr Clarke Jones from the Australian National University (ANU) about what real-world effects the Philippines' "tough on crime" mentality has in the prison system.Clarke Jones is a criminologist based at the ANU's Research School of Psychology, specialising in ethnographic, longitudinal an…
 
What's changed about how politics and policy are reported on after GE14? ANU's Dr Ross Tapsell talks with Boo Sy-Lyn (Twitter: @boosulyn) and Zurairi Abdul Rahman (Twitter: @zurairi , news editors and columnists at the Malay Mail. Podcast produced with the support of the Malaysia Institute at the ANU's College of Asia and the Pacific.…
 
Part 1 of a new series of podcasts on post-GE14 Malaysia. New Mandala editor Liam Gammon talks to Prof Meredith Weiss about whether Malaysia is witnessing 'democratisation through elections', and ANU's Dr Ross Tapsell speaks with Dato' Ambiga Sreenevasan about how civil society can hold the new government to its promises of reform. This podcast is …
 
Our Philippines editor Dr Nicole Curato sits down with Assoc Prof Ronald Mendoza, Dean of the Ateneo School of Government, Ateneo de Manila University, to talk about the idea that political dynasties engender poverty in the Philippines.In the previous instalment in this series of podcasts, Nicole talked to Assoc Prof Jayeel Cornelio about what it m…
 
Panel discussion recorded at "Cambodia on the Brink: Towards the 2018 Elections", a public conference hosted on 9 March 2018 by the Australian National University's College of Asia and the Pacific with support from the Tifa Foundation.SPEAKERSPreap Kol | Executive Director, Transparency International CambodiaJulia Wallace | JournalistBilly Chia-Lun…
 
As Malaysians head to the 14th General Elections (GE14), the stakes have seldom been higher. The nature of the nation is now fiercely contested. While many Malaysians see the GE14 election season as another fraught debate over the core economic issues of the cost of living, inflation, and health and education infrastructure, there are also renewed …
 
Panel discussion recorded at "Cambodia on the Brink: Towards the 2018 Elections", a public conference hosted on 9 March 2018 by the Australian National University's College of Asia and the Pacific with support from the Tifa Foundation.SPEAKERSLeng Thearith | Phd Candidate, UNSW @ ADFAElaine Pearson | Australia Director, Human Rights WatchProf Garet…
 
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