Social Coexistence・Associate Professor
Research Interests / Keywords
a) Thai-Myanmar Borderlands; b) Migration; c) Border
As an “in-between” person, I have since 2000 been conceptually situating my research at the intertwining relations of four notions: violence, difference, marginality, and temporality. It is thus crucial for my research to always blur different genres of various disciplines of the human sciences: political science, philosophy, anthropology, and history.
With SMRU Colleagues and Friends
With Mae Tao Clinic Colleagues and Friends
In a Village along the Thai-Myanmar Borderlands