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
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