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Session 1

Room 1.101China’s Belt and Road Initiative (BRI): Bridging Disciplines, Theories and Methods in the Research on its Impacts on Southeast Asia? 1Alfred GerstlWolfram SchaffarMária Strašáková
Room 1.102Examining “Dutertenomics” in the Philippines: Historical and Comparative PerspectivesShingo Mikamo
Room 1.103The Rhetoric of Gender and Sexual Codes in Contemporary Indonesia 1AnggaunitakiranantikaWida Ayu Puspitosari
Room 1.201New persons in Southeast Asia 1Resto Cruz
Room 1.204The Labour Movement(s) in Southeast Asia: Historical Contingencies and Contemporary Challenges 1Oliver Pye
Room 1.308Agrarian Social Movements and Struggles in Southeast Asia Past and PresentMatthew Woolgar
Room 1.401Creative peacebuilding and resistance in Indonesia 1Birgit Bräuchler
Room 1.403Ambiguous Eating and Bodies in Global Asia: Perspectives from Critical Food and Development StudiesJudith EhlertNora Faltmann
Room 1.405Material manifestations of environmental change 1Adalbert Gail
Room 1.406Ageing Out of Place: Comparative Perspectives from Southeast AsiaMegha AmrithVictoria K. Sakti
Room 1.501Grounding “alternative ontologies”: Towards a political ecology of animism 1Timo DuileChristoph AntweilerAnnina Aeberli
Room 1.502The Evolving Indo-Pacific Construct: Responses from ASEAN and its Major Stakeholders 1Rahul Mishra
Room 1.503Laboratory
Governance for climate change adaptation in Southeast Asia: History, anthropology, and political economy 1
Tom Hoogervorst
Room 1.504Reverberations of an Occupation: Indonesian wartime connections between postwar societiesWilliam Bradley Horton
Room 1.505Traditional Art, Community and Environmental Discourse: Wayang Puppet Theatre in Global Contexts 1Matthew Isaac Cohen
Room 1.506Southeast Asia and Central-Eastern Europe: Forgotten Connections, Stories and Histories 1Jan MrázekMária Strašáková
Fritz-Reuter-SaalRound Table
Myanmar: One year ahead of the next elections
Michael Lidauer

Session 2

Room 1.101China’s Belt and Road Initiative (BRI): Bridging Disciplines, Theories and Methods in the Research on its Impacts on Southeast Asia? 2Alfred GerstlWolfram SchaffarMária Strašáková
Room 1.102Sectarian Identity Formation and Intra-Group Muslim Rivalries in Southeast AsiaAlexander R. ArifiantoSaleena Saleem
Room 1.103The Rhetoric of Gender and Sexual Codes in Contemporary Indonesia 2AnggaunitakiranantikaWida Ayu Puspitosari
Room 1.201New persons in Southeast Asia 2Resto Cruz
Room 1.204The Labour Movement(s) in Southeast Asia: Historical Contingencies and Contemporary Challenges 2Oliver Pye
Room 1.308Policing and Religion: Policing Religion in late Colonial and Postcolonial AsiaRuth StreicherMarieke Bloembergen
Room 1.401Creative peacebuilding and resistance in Indonesia 2Birgit Bräuchler
Room 1.403Continuing Negotiations of History, Identity, and Nation in Philippine Literary ProductionGlenn Diaz
Room 1.404Being Young Vietnamese in post-socialist European countriesBarbora Nováková
Room 1.405Material manifestations of environmental change 2Adalbert Gail
Room 1.406Crop booms in borderlands: Perspectives from Southeast Asia 1Cecilie FriisRob ColeJuliet Lu
Room 1.501Grounding “alternative ontologies”: Towards a political ecology of animism 2Timo DuileChristoph AntweilerAnnina Aeberli
Room 1.502The Evolving Indo-Pacific Construct: Responses from ASEAN and its Major Stakeholders 2Rahul Mishra
Room 1.503Laboratory
Governance for climate change adaptation in Southeast Asia: History, anthropology, and political economy 2
Tom Hoogervorst
Room 1.504Ethnic Organizations and Cooperation of Multiple Stakeholders in Strengthening Transition and Promoting Diversity in MyanmarChosein Yamahata
Room 1.505Traditional Art, Community and Environmental Discourse: Wayang Puppet Theatre in Global Contexts 2Matthew Isaac Cohen
Room 1.506Southeast Asia and Central-Eastern Europe: Forgotten Connections, Stories and Histories 2Jan MrázekMária Strašáková
Fritz-Reuter-SaalRound Table
“Listen to your Eyes”: Multimedia Story-telling and the Future(s) of Academic Publishing
David KloosHenk Schulte NordholtSilvia Vignato

Session 3

Room 1.101Rethinking Southeast Asian International Relations: New Theories and MethodologiesDeepak Nair
Room 1.102Hybrid Communities in Southeast Asia: Identity Formation, Evolution, and TransformationDanny Wong Tze-Ken
Room 1.103Refugees in Indonesia: Comprehensive discussions on perception, reception, and coping mechanismsRealisa Masardi
Room 1.201Material culture, heritage and history in Southeast Asia 1Elsa ClavéMulaika Hijjas
Room 1.204Women and politics in Southeast Asia: Navigating a man’s worldTheresa Devasahayam
Room 1.308The Struggle for Nationalism in Contemporary Thailand 1Joel SelwayPetra Desatova
Room 1.401From Southeast Asia to Europe: Tracing the Roots and Routes of Transpacific RadicalismVina A. Lanzona
Room 1.403Women, Pluralism, and Political Participation in Peacebuilding, Democratizing and Developing Burma/Myanmar 1Sar Yar PoineChosein Yamahata
Room 1.404Memory and Identity in Vietnamese Migrant Literature in EuropeTran Tinh Vy
Room 1.405In the Making: Experimentation and Experiment in Southeast Asian Art 1Amanda Katherine RathWulan Dirgantoro
Room 1.406Crop booms in borderlands: Perspectives from Southeast Asia 2Cecilie FriisRob ColeJuliet Lu
Room 1.501Making sense of the incomprehensible: Rethinking headhunting and related forms of ritual violence in Southeast AsiaKaj ÅrhemMagnus Fiskesjö
Room 1.502The Islamic Archaeology of Southeast AsiaAlexander Wain
Room 1.503Laboratory
Legal Intermediaries: Reading, Interpreting and Documenting “Law” in Southeast Asia 1
Jeremy J. Kingsley
Room 1.504Cambodia’s “Golden Age”: Accessing the Global History of the Sangkum 1Ron Leonhardt
Room 1.505Borneo and beyond: Connecting the local and the global in Borneo’s past 1Jennifer R. MorrisValerie Mashman
Room 1.506Revisiting decolonization processes in Southeast Asia 1Rui Graça Feijó
Fritz-Reuter-SaalRound Table
Responding to Troubling Times: The Urgency of Collaborations Between Academics and Artists
Rosa Cordillera A. CastilloClod YambaoKay Abaño

Session 4

Room 1.101The government intermediary: The role of middlemen and socio-cultural brokers in past and present Southeast Asia, ca. 1800–2000Bernard KeoMaarten Manse
Room 1.102Legal pluralism and challenges for family law governanceStijn Cornelis van HuisTheresia Dyah Wirastri
Room 1.103The Politics of Human Rights and Peace Education in Southeast AsiaSriprapha Petcharamesree
Room 1.201Material culture, heritage and history in Southeast Asia 2Elsa ClavéMulaika Hijjas
Room 1.204Muslim Belonging and Politics of Belonging in the PhilippinesRosa Cordillera A. CastilloTirmizy Abdullah
Room 1.308The Struggle for Nationalism in Contemporary Thailand 2Joel SelwayPetra Desatova
Room 1.401Strongmen in Southeast AsiaDaniel BultmannJohn Buchanan
Room 1.403Women, Pluralism, and Political Participation in Peacebuilding, Democratizing and Developing Burma/Myanmar 2Sar Yar PoineChosein Yamahata
Room 1.404The Gender of Labor in Privatizing VietnamMinh NguyenAnn Marie Leshkowich
Room 1.405In the Making: Experimentation and Experiment in Southeast Asian Art 2Amanda Katherine RathWulan Dirgantoro
Room 1.406Transforming productivist economies: Inter- and transdisciplinary perspectives on organic farming in Southeast AsiaMartina Padmanabhan
Room 1.502Parent education and (non-)schoolingSteven PrigentJuliette Sendra
Room 1.503Laboratory
Legal Intermediaries: Reading, Interpreting and Documenting “Law” in Southeast Asia 2
Jeremy J. Kingsley
Room 1.504Cambodia’s “Golden Age”: Accessing the Global History of the Sangkum 2Ron Leonhardt
Room 1.505Borneo and beyond: Connecting the local and the global in Borneo’s past 2Jennifer R. MorrisValerie Mashman
Room 1.506Revisiting decolonization processes in Southeast Asia 2Rui Graça Feijó
Fritz-Reuter-SaalRound Table
Principles of welfare in Southeast Asia
Silvia Vignato

Session 5

Room 1.101Liberalism, Majoritarianism, and Religious Conservativism in Contemporary IndonesiaChris ChaplinMichael BuehlerDaniel Peterson
Room 1.102Malaysia: Post GE14Yik Koon Teh
Room 1.103Cultural Strategies and Political Challenges in Southeast Asian Queer and Trans Communities 1Peter A. Jackson
Room 1.201Transnational Living, Cross-border Connections and Socially Embedded Exchanges between Thailand and Europe 1Paul StathamSirijit Sunanta
Room 1.204Heritagization: The Complexity of the Heritage InscriptionNguyen Thi Hien
Room 1.308Health, policy and governance: Cases from Indonesia 1Sikko Visscher
Room 1.401“Worlding sites”: Globalized visions and material constructions of future Southeast Asia 1Silvia VignatoMonika Arnez
Room 1.403Sickness and the City in Vietnam 1Sara Ann Swenson
Room 1.404Pathways to agricultural development in postcolonial Southeast Asia 1Sebastiaan Broere
Room 1.405How to Get Published in Southeast Asian StudiesGerald Jackson
Room 1.406Southeast Asia’s “creative turn”: Reconfiguring power and partnership 1Deirdre McKayLaurie Parsons
Room 1.501Boundaries within the flow: The shape of life in Southeast Asian cosmologies 1Monica JanowskiGuido Sprenger
Room 1.502Persistence and change in local knowledge in dealing with natural hazards in the PhilippinesSoledad Natalia M. Dalisay
Room 1.503Laboratory
Southeast Asian travelogues and global Asia 1
Nicholas Y. H. WongNazry Bahrawi
Room 1.504Everyday Justice in Myanmar 1Helene Maria KyedLue Htar
Room 1.505Interculturalism and Southeast Asian Performing Arts 1Margaret ColdironJennifer Goodlander
Room 1.506Social Inequality and Sociocultures in Southeast Asia 1Boike Rehbein
Fritz-Reuter-SaalPolitics in the Age of DuterteMark R. Thompson

Session 6

Room 1.101Governance to the Local Level: Synergies between the Social, Economic, and Climate Change Sustainable Development Goals in Southeast Asian CitiesRonald Holzhacker
Room 1.102(Un)making Southeast Asia’s illiberal order: Anti-geopolitics and the authoritarian turnSabina Lawreniuk
Room 1.103Cultural Strategies and Political Challenges in Southeast Asian Queer and Trans Communities 2Peter A. Jackson
Room 1.201Transnational Living, Cross-border Connections and Socially Embedded Exchanges between Thailand and Europe 2Paul StathamSirijit Sunanta
Room 1.204Islam and Capitalism in Malaysia, Singapore, and IndonesiaViola Thimm
Room 1.308Health, policy and governance: Cases from Indonesia 2Sikko Visscher
Room 1.401“Worlding sites”: Globalized visions and material constructions of future Southeast Asia 2Silvia VignatoMonika Arnez
Room 1.403Sickness and the City in Vietnam 2Sara Ann Swenson
Room 1.404Pathways to agricultural development in postcolonial Southeast Asia 2Sebastiaan Broere
Room 1.406Southeast Asia’s “creative turn”: Reconfiguring power and partnership 2Deirdre McKayLaurie Parsons
Room 1.501Boundaries within the flow: The shape of life in Southeast Asian cosmologies 2Monica JanowskiGuido Sprenger
Room 1.502Organization and Social Movement of Fishers in IndonesiaDepartment of Communication and Community Development
Room 1.503Laboratory
Southeast Asian travelogues and global Asia 2
Nicholas Y. H. WongNazry Bahrawi
Room 1.504Everyday Justice in Myanmar 2Helene Maria KyedLue Htar
Room 1.505Interculturalism and Southeast Asian Performing Arts 2Margaret ColdironJennifer Goodlander
Room 1.506Social Inequality and Sociocultures in Southeast Asia 2Boike Rehbein
Fritz-Reuter-SaalRound Table
Philosophies in Southeast Asia
Lara Hofner

Session 7

Room 1.101On Being Radical or Moderate: The Many Ways of Interpreting Radicalism and Promoting Moderate Islam in Contemporary Indonesia 1Muhammad Adlin SilaYanwar PribadiWahyuddin Halim
Room 1.102Mediating and Mediatizing Political and Religious Authorities 1Merlyna LimSaskia Schäfer
Room 1.103Labour migration: Diversity and inequality, and imaginaries of the future in Southeast Asia 1Henk Schulte NordholtPrasert RangklaLennie GeerlingsSoimart Rungmanee
Room 1.201Gender in the Transition: Feminist Politics, Resistance and Intersectionality in MyanmarJenny HedströmElisabeth Olivius
Room 1.204Transregional Southeast Asian Connections: Indonesia and MalaysiaAmanda Tho Seeth
Room 1.308Understanding the Emergence of Political Villagers and State’s Counteraction in Northeast ThailandWataru Fujita
Room 1.401Encountering Spirits: Trance and Spirit Possession in the Performing Arts of Contemporary Southeast AsiaLorenzo ChiarofonteIlaria MeloniEva Rapoport
Room 1.403Violence, Human Rights and Democracy in the Philippines: Historical (dis)contuinities and spatial variations 1Jeroen Adam
Room 1.404The Politics and Governance of Palm Oil Expansion in Southeast Asia 1Ward Berenschot
Room 1.405Young Scholars and Current Archaeological Researchers in the Philippines 1Kristine Kate A. Lim
Room 1.406Performing Sumatra through Cultural Heritage 1Jan van der Putten
Room 1.501The Sociality of Infrastructure-Mediated Development: Dynamics of In/Exclusion in Southeast Asia 1Richard L. MacDonaldPanarai Ostapirat
Room 1.503Engaging universals: Traveling concepts and practices in contemporary Southeast Asia 1Sina EmdeCatherine Scheer
Room 1.504Identity: Forging Regional Belonging in Southeast Asia 1Volker Grabowsky
Room 1.505Historical Anthropology in the Highlands: Contexts, Methods, Actors, and Ethics 1Pierre PetitJean Michaud
Room 1.506Offline and Online Spaces of Southeast Asian Transnational Migration: Facebook, Mall, Museum and Art 1Morakot MeyerWimonsiri HemtanonEmily Yuan
Fritz-Reuter-SaalRound Table
Southeast Asian Studies: Directions, Themes and Collaborations
Sikko Visscher

Session 8

Room 1.101On Being Radical or Moderate: The Many Ways of Interpreting Radicalism and Promoting Moderate Islam in Contemporary Indonesia 2Muhammad Adlin SilaYanwar PribadiWahyuddin Halim
Room 1.102Mediating and Mediatizing Political and Religious Authorities 2Merlyna LimSaskia Schäfer
Room 1.103Labour migration: Diversity and inequality, and imaginaries of the future in Southeast Asia 2Henk Schulte NordholtPrasert RangklaLennie GeerlingsSoimart Rungmanee
Room 1.201Industry 4.0 in Southeast Asia: Strategies and ImplicationsArndt Graf
Room 1.204The Challenges Ahead and Future Trajectories of Indonesia’s Defence and SecurityKeoni Marzuki
Room 1.308The Development Challenges of Post-Socialist Southeast Asia: The Politics, Economics and GeographyAndrzej Bolesta
Room 1.401Armed groups, state-making practices and civilian agency in the borderlandsAnnika Pohl Harrisson
Room 1.403Violence, Human Rights and Democracy in the Philippines: Historical (dis)contuinities and spatial variations 2Jeroen Adam
Room 1.404The Politics and Governance of Palm Oil Expansion in Southeast Asia 2Ward Berenschot
Room 1.405Young Scholars and Current Archaeological Researchers in the Philippines 2Kristine Kate A. Lim
Room 1.406Performing Sumatra through Cultural Heritage 2Jan van der Putten
Room 1.501The Sociality of Infrastructure-Mediated Development: Dynamics of In/Exclusion in Southeast Asia 2Richard L. MacDonaldPanarai Ostapirat
Room 1.503Engaging universals: Traveling concepts and practices in contemporary Southeast Asia 2Sina EmdeCatherine Scheer
Room 1.504Identity: Forging Regional Belonging in Southeast Asia 2Volker Grabowsky
Room 1.505Historical Anthropology in the Highlands: Contexts, Methods, Actors, and Ethics 2Pierre PetitJean Michaud
Room 1.506Offline and Online Spaces of Southeast Asian Transnational Migration: Facebook, Mall, Museum and Art 2Morakot MeyerWimonsiri HemtanonEmily Yuan
Fritz-Reuter-SaalRound Table
New Area Studies and Southeast Asia
Vincent HoubenClaudia Derichs

Session 9

Room 1.101Health equity and embodied vulnerabilities in a region in transitionCatherine Smith
Room 1.102The liberal state and its discontents in Southeast AsiaTomas Larsson
Room 1.103Knowledges apart: How to converge disciplinary, epistemological and social realities?Petra DanneckerAlexandra Heis
Room 1.201Queer (In)Visiblity in Southeast Asia: Class, Politics, and Global Sexual Health 1Sylvia Tidey
Room 1.204The Politics of Engagement: Southeast Asian Diasporas in Relation to Home Countries 1Grażyna Szymańska-MatusiewiczHelena Patzer
Room 1.308Future Making along Southeast Asian FrontiersMichaela HaugKristina Großmann
Room 1.401Upland Pioneers: Future Aspirations, Moral Imaginaries and Emerging Religiosities in Southeast Asia 1Rosalie StolzOliver Tappe
Room 1.403Spirited Politics: Spirit Discourses and National Trauma in ThailandMegan Sinnott
Room 1.406Social protection: Understanding the new politics and practices of distribution in South East Asia 1John McCarthyGerben Nooteboom
Room 1.501Charity and Volunteerism in Southeast AsiaKerstin SchieleSara Ann Swenson
Room 1.502Studying Social Silence and Agency in Southeast Asia: Politics and Strategies of the UnspokenGrace LeksanaAnnemarie Samuels
Room 1.503Laboratory
Bourdieu, Religious Fields and Social Power in Mainland Southeast Asia 1
Benjamin BaumannErick White
Room 1.504Critical perspectives on penality in Southeast Asia 1Andrew M. Jefferson
Room 1.505Incorporating the foreign: The social meaning of imported goods in eastern Indonesia and Timor-LesteEmilie WellfeltHans Hägerdal
Room 1.506Reinventing Museums in Southeast Asia from the Colonial to the National, the Regional to the GlobalPearlie Rose S. BaluyutEmily W. Stokes-Rees
Fritz-Reuter-SaalChallenges to the Future of ASEANFernan Talamayan

Session 10

Room 1.101The political economy of Southeast Asian statesTerence E. GomezPietro P. Masina
Room 1.103Recent politico-legal change for the lives of labour migrants in Southeast AsiaAntje MissbachWayne Palmer
Room 1.201Queer (In)Visiblity in Southeast Asia: Class, Politics, and Global Sexual Health 2Sylvia Tidey
Room 1.204The Politics of Engagement: Southeast Asian Diasporas in Relation to Home Countries 2Grażyna Szymańska-MatusiewiczHelena Patzer
Room 1.308ASEAN Decision-Making and Policy Change in Southeast AsiaLukas Maximilian Müller
Room 1.401Upland Pioneers: Future Aspirations, Moral Imaginaries and Emerging Religiosities in Southeast Asia 2Rosalie StolzOliver Tappe
Room 1.403(Re)assembling the Moments of Thai-European Encounters in HistoryKarin Zackari
Room 1.404Power Dressing: Clothing and Ornament as AmuletFlorina H. Capistrano-Baker
Room 1.405The Philippines and its Global Entanglements: Decentering the Knowledge Production about Religion in AsiaDeirdre de la CruzGiovanni Maltese
Room 1.406Social protection: Understanding the new politics and practices of distribution in South East Asia 2John McCarthyGerben Nooteboom
Room 1.502Chinese Religions in Southeast AsiaTan Ai Boay
Room 1.503Laboratory
Bourdieu, Religious Fields and Social Power in Mainland Southeast Asia 2
Benjamin BaumannErick White
Room 1.504Critical perspectives on penality in Southeast Asia 2Andrew M. Jefferson
Room 1.505Indonesian Maritime State: Shaping Military ProfessionalismShiskha PrabawaningtyasAnton Aliabbas
Fritz-Reuter-SaalRound Table
Current and future challenges of regional integration in Southeast Asia
Jacques Leider

Session 11

Room 1.101Rethinking Southeast Asian Mega-CitiesTamaki EndoSandra Kurfürst
Room 1.102Activists in Transition: Progressive Politics in Democratic IndonesiaMichele Ford
Room 1.103The Mobility of InfrastructureChristina SchwenkelKirsten Endres
Room 1.201Spicy (dis)connections: Routes, Values and ImaginariesAnnuska DerksSarah Turner
Room 1.204New Intimacies in Southeast Asia: Mediating Affective Relations between People, Places and Things 1Bart BarendregtMartin Slama
Room 1.308Locating Zomias Wet and Dry: Stateless Spaces in Maritime and Mainland Southeast Asia 1Noboru Ishikawa
Room 1.401Beyond wage labour: An inclusive approach to work and its implications for the emergence of new workers’ alliances in urban Southeast AsiaMark Philip StadlerMechthild von Vacano
Room 1.403The Cultural Contexts of Disease in South East Asia: Bile Duct Cancer in Northeast Thailand and Lao PDRRachel Harrison
Room 1.404Turning a Dissertation into a Book ManuscriptGerald Jackson
Room 1.406Body techniques, emergence and decline of social categories 1Jean-Marc de Grave
Room 1.501Censorship of the Arts in Southeast Asia 1Rosalia EngchuanTaufiq Hanafi
Room 1.502Sonic Entanglements: Sound, Archive, and Acoustic Historiographies in Southeast Asia 1meLê yamomo
Room 1.503Translation, Globalization and Indonesian Literature: Islands of Imagination?Stephen Epstein
Room 1.504East Timorese multiple belongings: the International Relations of East Timor and the application to ASEANNuno Canas Mendes
Room 1.505Emerging Scholarship on Myanmar’s Chin State: Interdisciplinary PerspectivesSena Galazzi Lian
Fritz-Reuter-SaalAuthoritarianism in Southeast AsiaSriprapha Petcharamesree

Session 12

Room 1.101Religious Minorities and Democracy in Southeast Asia: New Trajectories and New ApproachesKikue HamayotsuChiara Formichi
Room 1.102Place-making in Southeast Asia: Landscapes, Territories, and CommunitiesMaitrii Aung-Thwin
Room 1.10320 Years after Reformasi: Democratisation and the Politics of In/Exclusion in Indonesia and MalaysiaHew Wai WengAzmil Tayeb
Room 1.201Sub-national conflict, clientelism and state formationJames Scambary
Room 1.204New Intimacies in Southeast Asia: Mediating Affective Relations between People, Places and Things 2Bart BarendregtMartin Slama
Room 1.308Locating Zomias Wet and Dry: Stateless Spaces in Maritime and Mainland Southeast Asia 2Noboru Ishikawa
Room 1.405Already Southern China or still Northern Southeast Asia? Local Engagements with and Translations of Chinese Regional Aspirations in the Upper Mekong RegionSimon Rowedder
Room 1.406Body techniques, emergence and decline of social categories 2Jean-Marc de Grave
Room 1.501Censorship of the Arts in Southeast Asia 2Rosalia EngchuanTaufiq Hanafi
Room 1.502Sonic Entanglements: Sound, Archive, and Acoustic Historiographies in Southeast Asia 2meLê yamomo
Room 1.503Revolutionising Print / Revolutionary Politics: Printed Matter and Politics in Malaysia, Indonesia and Singapore, 1850s–1970sNadirah NorruddinNasri Shah
Room 1.504Southeast Asian Grassroots Peacebuilding: Perspectives on Indonesia and Timor-Leste relationshipAndrey Damaledo
Room 1.505“Development” Appropriation in Myanmar: Partnership, ContestationTomas ColeKristina Simion
Room 1.506Two-wheeled tensions in urban Southeast Asia: Motorbike taxis, app-based services, and the politics of mobilitySarah TurnerArve Hansen
Fritz-Reuter-SaalLaboratory
Presentation of All Laboratory Results
Benjamin Baumann