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Articles from Journal of Southeast Asian Studies (June 1, 2021)

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90 years in Singapore. Sani, Hanisah Binte Abdullah 983
A sandy path near the lake: In search of the illusory Khemananda. Shelby, Hayden 998
Art, land reclamation and green governmentality in Indonesia: Teja Astawa's Dewa Murka and Tita Salina's 1001st Island--The Most Sustainable Island in Archipelago. Wittesaele, Charlotte R.A. 10970
Ban Chiang, Northeast Thailand, Volume 2: Metals. Welch, David J. 2526
Editorial Foreword. Aung-Thwin, Maitrii Editorial 1235
Experiencing Southeast Asian Studies in China: A reverse culture shock. Xie, Kankan 9315
Islam, humanity, and Indonesian identity: Reflections on history. Fogg, Kevin W. 867
Japan's occupation of Java in the Second World War: A transnational history. Ward, Rowena 979
John Song: Modern Chinese Christianity and the making of a new man. Whit, Chris 946
Liberalism and the postcolony: Thinking the state in 20th-century Philippines. Guingona, Phillip B. 1006
Media and transformation in Germany and Indonesia: Asymmetrical comparisons and perspectives. Souisa, Hellena 1124
Migrant returns: Manila, development, and transnational connectivity. Paul, Anju Mary 1458
Nanzhao as a Southeast Asian kingdom, c.738-902. Daniels, Christian 14303
Profitable partnerships: The Chinese business elite and Dutch lawyers in the making of Semarang. Post, Peter 13774
Red service-intellectual: Phouk Chhay, Maoist China, and the Cultural Revolution in Cambodia, 1964-67. Galway, Matthew 19003
Revolution knows no boundaries? Chinese revolutionaries in North Vietnam during the early years of the First Indochina War. Han, Xiaorong 16582
Rituals of care: Karmic politics in an aging Thailand. McNamara, Karen M. 974
The crown and the capitalists: The ethnic Chinese and the founding of the Thai nation. Anamwathana, Panarat 841
The cultural dimension of peace: Decentralization and reconciliation in Indonesia. Hernawan, Budi 1082
The making of a periphery: How Island Southeast Asia became a mass exporter of labor. Ingleson, John 938

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