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Peter Jackson

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Institution(s) de rattachement : Australian National University (ANU)

Coordonnées professionnelles

TERRAINS : Thaïlande

FORMATION &

SCHOOLING:

            1967 - 1973: Higher School Certificate, Penrith High School, New South Wales.

 

UNDERGRADUATE:

1974 - 1976: University of New England, Armidale, Bachelor of Arts in Department of Geography, Faculty of Arts.

 

FURTHER UNDERGRADUATE STUDY:

1978: University of Sydney, Department of General Philosophy, Faculty of Arts.

            1979: University of Sydney, Master of Arts [Preliminary] in Department of General Philosophy, Faculty of Arts. (Awarded First Class Honours).

 

MASTER OF ARTS [HONOURS]:

            1980 - 81: Macquarie University, Sydney. Master of Arts [Honours] in Department of    Philosophy, Faculty of Arts. Thesis: Linguistic and Epistemological Relativism.

 

DOCTOR OF PHILOSOPHY:

1982-1986: Australian National University, Ph.D. in Philosophy Dept, Faculty of Arts. Thesis: Buddhadasa and Doctrinal Modernisation in Contemporary Thai Buddhism.

 

PARCOURS PROFESSIONNEL

•         1980: Tutor in First Year philosophy, Macquarie University, Sydney.

 

•         1984-1985: Thai UNESCO Research Fellow in Buddhist Philosophy, Department of Philosophy, Chulalongkorn University, Bangkok, Thailand.  Project: Analysis of the Thai language version of the Theravada Buddhist scriptures. (Suspended ANU PhD program for 12 months to accept this position.)

 

•          July 1987- March 1988: Australia-ASEAN Research Fellow, Institute of Southeast Asian Studies, Singapore.  Project: Research and writing of the monograph Buddhism, Legitimation and Conflict: The Political Functions of Urban Thai Buddhism. (Suspended Australian Federal Public Service position for 9 months to accept this position)

 

•        December 1994 to December 1999: Fixed-term 5 year appointment as Research Fellow (Level B) in Thai History, Division of Pacific and Asian History, Research School of Pacific and Asian Studies, Australian National University. 

 

July 1999Promoted to Fellow (Level C) in Thai History, Division of Pacific and Asian History, Research School of Pacific and Asian Studies, Australian National University.

 

•        December 1999 to March 2002: Fixed-term appointment as Research Fellow (Level B) in Thai History, Division of Pacific and Asian History, Research School of Pacific and Asian Studies, Australian National University. 

 

July 2000Promoted to Fellow (Level C) in Thai History, Division of Pacific and Asian History, Research School of Pacific and Asian Studies, Australian National University.

        

•        March 2002: Fixed-term (terminating) contract converted to continuing appointment as Fellow (Level C) in Thai History, Division of Pacific and Asian History, Research School of Pacific and Asian Studies, Australian National University.

        

January 2005: Promoted to Associate Professor (Level D) in Thai History, Division of Pacific and Asian History, Research School of Pacific and Asian Studies, Australian National University.

 

January 2011: Promoted to Professor (Level E) in Thai History, School of Culture, History and Language, College of Asia and the Pacific, Australian National University.

 

         February 2016, Appointed Emeritus Professor in the Australian National University’s College of Asia and the Pacific.

 

         March – April 2016:  L’École des Hautes Études en Sciences Sociales (EHESS) Professur Invité au CNRS Centre Asie du Sud-Est (CASE), Paris, France.

 

         November 2016 – April 2017: Senior Research Fellow, Yusof Ishak Institute of Southeast Asian Studies, Singapore.

 

DOMAINES DE RECHERCHE :

•Modern Thai cultural history, in particular: the social and political history of Buddhism, supernatural cults and magical ritual;

•Gender transformations and the emergence of gay, lesbian and transgender cultures in Asia.

•Globalisation studies and

•Critical theoretical approaches to historical and cultural studies of Asia.

 

RECHERCHES EN COURS

•Spirit mediumship in mainland Southeast Asia

•Gay, lesbian and transgender history in Thailand

 GROUPES DE TRAVAIL

•Collaboration with Prof. Bénédicte Brac de la Perrière

ENSEIGNEMENT, RESPONSABILITÉS ADMINSITRATIVES ET SCIENTIFIFIQUES

Enseignements (teaching)

Responsabilités administratives et scientifiques

BIBLIOGRAPHIE SELECTIVE

Ouvrages

2016: First Queer Voices From Thailand: Uncle Go’s Advice Columns for Gays, Lesbians and Kathoeys, Hong Kong: Hong Kong University Press. (270 pages) ISBN: 978-988-8083-26-8.

 

2003    Buddhadasa: Theravada Buddhism and Modernist Reform in Thailand,Silkworm Books, Chiang Mai. (375 pages) ISBN: 9789747551914.

(52 Google Scholar Citations at July 2015)

 

1995    Dear Uncle Go: Male Homosexuality in Thailand, Bua Luang Books, Bangkok. (310 pages)  ISBN: 0 942777 11 5

(122 Google Scholar Citations at July 2015)

 

Sections of this book translated into Thai in 2002 as: Watthanatham Kathoey Thai Lae Mardi Gras Night Khorng Kathoey Aussie, (trans. Worawi Bamrungphong), Silapwatthantham (Art and Culture Magazine) (Bangkok) (ISSN: 9 770125 365407) Sept. 2002, pp. 90-93.  

 

1989    Buddhism, Legitimation and Conflict - The Political Functions of Urban Thai Buddhism, Institute of Southeast Asian Studies, Singapore. (245 pages) ISBN 981 3035 20 X

(117 Google Scholar Citations at July 2015)

 

1989    Male Homosexuality in Thailand - An Interpretation of Contemporary Thai Sources, Global Academic Publishers, New York. (285 pages) ISBN 1 55741 007 0

(42 Google Scholar Citations at July 2015)

 

1988    Buddhadasa - A Buddhist Thinker for the Modern World, The Siam Society, Bangkok. (354 pages)

(45 Google Scholar Citations at July 2015)

 

1986    A Topic Index of the Sutta Pitaka - Datchani Sap Thamma Nai Phra Suttantapidok (Thai and English), Chulalongkorn University Press, Bangkok. (189 pages) ISBN 974 566 422 7

 

 

CD et archives musicales

Articles et Chapitres des livres

Refereed journal articles Sole Author

 

2016    “The Supernaturalisation of Thai Political Culture: Thailand’s Magical Stamps of Approval at the Nexus of Media, Market and State”, Sojourn: Journal of Social Issues in Southeast Asia,31(3), pp. 826-79.

 

2015    “Spatialities of Knowledge in the Neoliberal World Academy: Theory, Practice and 21st Century Legacies of Area Studies”, Crossroads Asia Working Paper Series No. 25. ISSN 2192-6034.

 

2014    “Ascendant Doctrine and Resurgent Magic in Capitalist Southeast Asia: Paradox and Polarisation as 21st Century Cultural Logic”, DORISEA Working Paper Series, No. 6, ISSN 2196-6893. (Available online at: http://www.dorisea.de/de/dorisea-working-papers)

 

2009    “Capitalism and Global Queering: National Markets, Parallels Among Sexual Cultures, and Multiple Queer Modernities”, GLQ, 2009, Vol. 15, No. 3, pp. 357-395.

(52 Google Scholar Citation at July 2015)

 

2009    “Global Queering and Global Queer Theory: Thai (Trans)Genders and (Homo)Sexualities in World History”, Autrepart: Revue de Sciences Social du Sud, March 2009, Number 49, pp. 15-30.

(9 Google Scholar Citations 10 July 2015)

 

This Article Republished in 2009in Ratthasatsan (Journal of Political Science), Special Issue Ratthasat Thammasat 60 Pi / Ratthasatsan 30 Pi (Lem 2) (60 years of Political Science at Thammasat University, 30 years of Ratthasatsan Vol. 2), ISSN 0125-135X, 2009, pp. 426-462.

 

•Revised Version of this ArticlePublished in 2009 as: “Thai (Trans)Genders and (Homo)Sexualities in a Global Context”, in Routledge Handbook of Sexuality, Health and Rights (Peter Aggleton and Richard Parker, eds), New York and Abingdon (Oxon): Routledge, pp. 88-96, 2010, ISBN: 978-0-415-46864-0.

 

2009    “Markets, Media, and Magic: Thailand’s Monarch as a ‘Virtual Deity’”, Inter-Asia Cultural Studies, September 2009, Vol. 10, No. 3, pp. 361-380.

(5 Google Scholar Citations at July 2015)

 

2008    “Thai Semicolonial Hybridities: Bhabha and García Canclini in Dialogue on Power and Cultural Blending”, Asian Studies Review, 2008, Vol. 32, No. 2, pp. 147-70.

(7 Google Scholar Citations at July 2015)

 

This article republished in 2010 in Contemporary Literary Criticism: Criticism of the Works of Today’s Novelists, Poets, Playwrights, Short Story Writers, Scriptwriters, and Other Creative Writers, Vol. 285, ed. Jeff Hunter, Detroit, New York and London: Gale Cengage Learning, pp. 78-93.

 

Revised Version of this Article Published 2010 as: “Postcolonial Theories and Thai Semicolonial Hybridities”, in The Ambiguous Allure of the West: Traces of the Colonial in Thailand, co-edited with Rachel Harrison, Hong Kong: Hong Kong University Press & Cornell University Southeast Asia Program Publications, 2010 (268 pp.), ISBN: 978-962-209-121-4, pp. 187-205.

(6 Google Scholar Citations at July 2015)

 

2007    “Autonomy and Subordination in Thai History: The Case for Semicolonial Analysis”, Inter-Asia Cultural Studies, 2007, 8 (3), pp. 329-348.

(8 Google Scholar Citations at July 2015)

 

Revised Version of this Article Published 2010 as: “The Ambiguities of Semicolonial Power in Thailand”, in The Ambiguous Allure of the West: Traces of the Colonial in Thailand, co-edited with Rachel Harrison, Hong Kong: Hong Kong University Press & Cornell University Southeast Asia Program Publications, 2010 (268 pp.), ISBN: 978-962-209-121-4, pp. 37-56. 

(14 Google Scholar Citations at July 2015)

 

Translated into Thai as: “Khwam-khlum-khreua Khorng Amnat Keung-ananikhom Nai Prathet Thai”, Preedee Hongsaton (trans.), Ratthasatsan, January to May 2013 (BE 2556), 34(1):1-40.

 

2006    “Why I’m a Foucauldian”, Sojourn: Journal of Social Issues in Southeast Asia, 21 (1), April 2006, pp. 113-23.

(7 Google Scholar Citations at July 2015)

 

2005    “Semicoloniality, Translation and Excess in Thai Cultural Studies”, South East Asia Research, March 2005, 13 (1), pp. 7-41. (ISSN 0967-828X).

(11 Google Scholar Citations at July 2015)

 

2004    “The Thai Regime of Images”, Sojourn: Social Issues in Southeast Asia, 19 (2), 2004, pp. 1-39. (ISSN 0217-9520),

(54 Google Scholar Citations at July 2015)

 

2004    “The Performative State: Semicoloniality and the Tyranny of Images in Modern Thailand”, Sojourn: Social Issues in Southeast Asia, 19 (2), 2004, pp. 40-74. (ISSN 0217-9520),

(40 Google Scholar Citations at July 2015)

 

2004    “The Tapestry of Language and Theory: Reading Rosalind Morris on Poststructuralism and Thai Modernity”, South East Asia Research, 12 (3), Nov. 2004, pp. 337-377. (ISSN 0967-828X).

(9 Google Scholar Citations at July 2015)

 

2003    “Space, Theory and Hegemony: The Dual Crises of Asian Area Studies and Cultural Studies”, Sojourn: Social Issues in Southeast Asia, 18 (1), 2003, (ISSN 0217-9520), pp. 1-41.

(39 Google Scholar Citations at July 2015)

 

2003    “Mapping Poststructuralism’s Borders: The Case for Poststructuralist Area Studies”, Sojourn: Social Issues in Southeast Asia, 18 (1), 2003, (ISSN 0217-9520), pp. 42-88.

(27 Google Scholar Citations at July 2015)

 

2003    “Performative Genders, Perverse Desires: A Bio-History of Thailand’s Same-sex and Transgender Cultures”, Intersections: Gender, History & Culture in the Asian Context, Issue 9, 2003. (Internet journal - URL http://intersections.anu.edu.au/issue9/jackson.html) ISSN 1440-9151.

(52 Google Scholar Citations at July 2015)

 

2000    “That’s What Rice Queens Study! White Gay Desire and Representing Asian Homosexualities”, Special Joint Issue of Journal of Australian Studies (No. 65), 2000, and Australian Cultural History (No. 19), 2000, Diaspora: Negotiating Asian-Australia, (ISSN 0314 769X, ISBN 0 7022 3214 9), pp. 181-189.

(21 Google Scholar Citations at July 2015)

 

2000    “An Explosion of Thai Identities: Global Queering and Reimagining Queer Theory”, Culture, Health and Sexuality, 2 (4), November 2000, (ISSN 1369-1058), pp. 405-424.

(81 Google Scholar Citations at July 2015)

 

This article translated into Thai in 2005 as: “Kan-rabert Kheun Khorng Attalak Thang-phet Nai Sangkhom Thai Kap Kan-tha-thai Lokaphiwat Gay Lae Thritsadi Phet Thi Taek-tang Khorng Tawan Tok”, (trans. Tertsak Romjampa), in Kritaya Archavanichkul & Wanna Thorngsima (eds), “Phu-ying” Nai Wathakam Sitthi Thang-phet [Women in sexual rights discourse], Chiang Mai: Women’s Studies Centre, Faculty of Sociology, Chiang Mai University, 2005 [BE 2548], pp. 216-256, ISBN: 974-656-951-1.

 

This article republished in 2007 in Culture, Society and Sexuality: A Reader (2nd Edition), Richard Parker & Peter Aggleton (eds), London and New York: Routledge, 2007, pp. 341-357, ISBN 978 0 415 40456 3.

 

1999    “The Enchanting Spirit of Thai Capitalism: The Cult of Luang Phor Khoon and the Postmodernisation of Thai Buddhism”, South East Asia Research (ISSN: 0967-828X), March 1999, 7 (1), pp. 5-60.

(63 Google Scholar Citations at July 2015)

 

1999    “Spurning Alphonso Lingis’s Thai ‘Lust’: The Perils of a Philosopher at Large”, Intersections: Gender, History & Culture in the Asian Context, Issue 2, May 1999. (Internet journal - URL http://wwwsshe.murdoch.edu.au/intersections/), ISSN 1440-9151. 

(6 Google Scholar Citations at July 2015)

 

1999    “An American Death in Bangkok: The Murder of Darrell Berrigan and the Hybrid Origins of Gay Identity in 1960s Thailand”, GLQ: A Journal of Lesbian and Gay Studies (ISSN: 1064-2684), 5 (3), July 1999, pp. 361-411.

(29 Google Scholar Citations at July 2015)

 

1999    “Royal Spirits, Chinese Gods and Magic Monks: Thailand’s Boom Time Religions of Prosperity”,South East Asia Research (ISSN 0967-828X), 7 (3), November 1999, pp. 245-320.

(67 Google Scholar Citations at July 2015)

 

1998    “The Magic Monk in Boom Time Thailand: The Cult of Luang Phor (Reverend Father) Khoon”, Asia Pacific Magazine, No. 11, July 1998, pp.4-7.

 

1997    “Thai Research on Male Homosexuality and Transgenderism and the Cultural Limits of Foucaultian Analysis”, Journal of the History of Sexuality, July 1997, 8 (1) pp. 52-85.

(46 Google Scholar Citations at July 2015)

 

This article translated into Thai in 2005 as: “Kan-wijai Khorng Thai Reuang Rakruamphet Lae Kan Kham Phet Kap Khor Jamkat Thang Watthanatham Khorng Naew Wikhroh Baep Fuko”, (trans. Wanna Thorngsima), in Kanjana Kaewthep, Pharitsara Sae Kuay, Wanna Thorngsima (eds), Thang Rak Thang Khrai Thang Chai Khwam Runraeng Tor Phuying [Love, desire and violence against women], Chiang Mai: Women’s Studies Centre, Faculty of Sociology, Chiang Mai University, 2005 (BE 2548), pp. 371-427.  ISBN: 974-656-724-1.  

 

1995    “Thai Buddhist Accounts of Homosexuality and AIDS”, The Australian Journal of Anthropology (TAJA), 6 (3), pp.140-153.

(18 Google Scholar Citations at July 2015)

 

1995    “Bot-bat Khorng Phutthasatsana Lae Sathaban Song Nai Kan-hai Khwam-chorp-tham Thang-kan-meuang: Seuksa Korani Phutthasatsana Khorng Chon Chan-klang Nai Meuang” (Thai language) (The Role of Buddhism and the Institution of the Sangha in Providing Political Legitimation: A Case Study of the Buddhism of the Urban Middle Class), Warasan Sangkhomsat (The Journal of Sociology - Chulalongkorn University, Bangkok) 28 (2), pp. 31-53.

 

1988    “The Hupphaasawan Movement and the Thai Military - Millenarian Buddhism Among the Thai Political Elite” Sojourn: Journal of Social Sciences in Southeast Asia, August 1988, 3 (2), pp.134-170.

(13 Google Scholar Citations at July 2015)

 

 

REFEREED JOURNAL ARTICLES CO-AUTHOR

 

2000    “Critical Regionalities and the Study of Gender and Sexual Diversity in South East and East Asia”, co-authored with Mark Johnson and Gilbert Herdt, Culture, Health and Sexuality, 2 (4), November 2000, (ISSN 1369-1058), pp. 361-375.

(36 Google Scholar Citations at July 2015)

 

 

NON-REFEREED Journal Articles SOLE AUTHOR

 

2016    “Multiplicity and Contextuality in Southeast Asian Religiosity”, in Braünlein, Peter J., Michael Dickhardt and Andrea Lauser (eds), “Configurations of Religion – A Debate, A DORISEA Network Discussion Opened by Boike Rehbein & Guido Sprenger”, pp. 44-47, DORISEA Working Paper Series, No. 24, Special Issue (ISSN: 2196-6893).

 

2015    “Queer Southeast Asia: Recognition, Respect, Legitimacy”, The Kyoto Review of Southeast Asia, Issue 18, September 2015, (http://kyotoreview.org/issue-18/queer-southeast-asia-recognition-respect-legitimacy/).

 

2012    “Review Article: The Political Economy of 21st Century Thai Supernaturalism: Comparative Perspectives on Transgenderism and Limits to Hybridity in Resurgent Thai Spirit Mediumship”, South East Asia Research, (ISSN 0967-828X), 20(4): 611-622.

 

2012    “Review Article: Thaïlande Contemporaine”, South East Asia Research, (ISSN 0967-828X), 20(2):283-289.

 

2004    “Review Essay: Thai Genders and the Limits of Western Gender Theory, A Review Essay of Penny Van Esterik’s Materializing Thailand”, Intersections: Gender, History & Culture in the Asian Context, August 2004, Issue 10, (E-journal - URL http://intersections.anu.edu.au/issue10/jackson_review.html)  ISSN 1440-9151.

(5 Google Scholar Citations at July 2015)

 

2004    “Phet: Wathakam Pheun-Meuang Khorng Thai, Thammai Torng Prap-prung Thareutsdi Foucault Nai Kan-seuksa Watthanatham Thai (Phet: An Indigenous Thai Discourse, Why Foucault’s Theory of Sexuality Must be Adapted in Studying Thai Culture), Warasan Phasa Lae Watthanatham (Journal of Language and Culture), 23 (1) Jan-June BE 2547 (2004), pp. 57-66. ISSN 0125-6424

 

2001    “Review Essay: Interpreting ‘Sambia’ Masculine Erotics: A Question of Gender or of Sexuality?”, The Asia Pacific Journal of Anthropology, Vol. 2 No. 1, 2001, pp. 109-113.

(3 Google Scholar Citations at July 2015)

 

2000    “Review Article: Opportunities and Dangers in American Postmodernist Historiography”, Intersections: Gender, History & Culture in the Asian Context, January 2000, Issue 3, (E-journal – URL http://intersections.anu.edu.au/issue3/alphonso.html), ISSN 1440-9151.

(6 Google Scholar Citations at July 2015)

 

2000    “Buddhadasa - His Last Days and His Legacy”, Journal of the Siam Society, Volume 82 (2) (1994, publication delayed until 2000), ISSN 0857-7099, pp. 103-113.

 

2000    “Review Article: Reading Rio from Bangkok: Southeast Asian Perspectives on Brazilian Homoerotic Cultures”, American Ethnologist, August 2000, Vol. 27, No. 4, pp. 950-960.

(4 Google Scholar Citations at July 2015)

 

1998    “Review Article: The Local, The Regional and the Global in Southeast Asian Transgender Subcultures”, Canberra Anthropology, April 1998, Vol. 21, No. 1, pp.84-89

(Now called The Asian Pacific Journal of Anthropology, ERA A Ranked Journal)

(1 Google Scholar Citation at July 2015)

 

1996    “The Persistence of Gender: From Ancient Indian Pandakas to Modern Thai Gay Quings”, Meanjin  (University of Melbourne) 1996, 55 (1) pp.110-120

(1 Google Scholar Citation at July 2015)

 

1996    “Non-normative Sex/Gender Categories in the Theravada Buddhist Scriptures”, Australian Humanities Review, April 1996 (on line edition: www.lib.latrobe.au/AHR/archive).

(6 Google Scholar Citations at July 2015)

 

NON-REFEREED Journal Articles CO-AUTHOR

 

2005    “Re-placing Queer Studies: Reflections on the Queer Matters Conference (King’s College, London, May 2004)”, with Fran Martin & Mark McLelland, Inter-Asia Cultural Studies, 6(2):299-311.

(8 Google Scholar Citations at January 2016)

 

Chapters in Books SOLE AUTHOR

 

2017    “The Neoliberal University and Global Immobilities of Theory”, in K. Mielke & A.-K. Hornidge (eds), Area Studies at the Crossroads: Knowledge Production after the Mobility Turn, pp.27-44, New York: Palgrave Macmillan, ISBN: 978-1-349-95011-9.

 

2013 (BE 2556)“Cultural Pluralism and Sex/Gender Diversity in Thailand: Introduction”, inPhet Lak Chet-si: Phahuwattanatham Thang-phet Nai Sangkhom Thai - Cultural Pluralism and Sex/Gender Diversity in Thailand, Narupon Duangwises & Peter Jackson, Bangkok: Princess Sirindhorn Anthropology Centre, pp. 14-27, ISBN 978-616-7154-21-3

 

2012    Phet: Thailand’s Master Discourse of Sex, Gender, and Sexuality”, in The Language of Sex and Sexuality in Thailand, eds. Pimpawun Boonmongkon & Peter A. Jackson, Mekong Press, Chiang Mai, pp. 5-14, ISBN: 978-616-90053-5-3.

 

2011    “Queer Bangkok After the Millennium: Beyond 20th Century Paradigms”, in Queer Bangkok: 21st Century Markets, Media and Rights, ed. Peter A. Jackson, Hong Kong University Press, pp. 1-14, ISBN: 978-988-8083-05-3.

 

2011    “Bangkok’s Early 21st Century Queer Boom”, in Queer Bangkok: 21st Century Markets, Media and Rights, ed. Peter A. Jackson, Hong Kong University Press, pp. 17-40, ISBN: 978-988-8083-05-3.

(2 Google Scholar Citations at July 2015)

 

2011    “Capitalism, LGBT Activism, and Queer Autonomy in Thailand”, in Queer Bangkok: 21st Century Markets, Media and Rights, ed. Peter A. Jackson, Hong Kong University Press, pp. 195-204, ISBN: 978-988-8083-05-3.

 

2010    “Virtual Divinity: A 21st-Century Discourse of Thai Royal Influence”, in Saying the Unsayable: Thailand’s Monarchy and Style of Democracy, edited by Søren Ivarsson and Lotte Isager, Nordic Institute of Asian Studies, Copenhagen, pp. 29-60.

(9 Google Scholar Citations at July 2015)

 

2005    “Thun-niyom Choeng-phut” Pen Jing Dai Mai? Naew-khit Than Phutthathat Kap Patikiriya Chao Thai Tor Thun-niyom Lokaphiwat” (Is Buddhist Capitalism Possible? Buddhadasa’s Thought and Thai Responses to Globalising Capitalism), translated into Thai by Suwida Sangsehanat, in “99 Pi Phutthathat Phikkhu: Sasana Kap Fisik Mai” (Buddhadasa’s 99th Anniversary: Religion and the New Physics) (no editor give), pp. 31-53, Bangkok: Sathaban Withithat, (BE 2548), ISBN: 974-93482-9-X.

 

2004    “Gay Adaptation, Tom-Dee Resistance, and Kathoey Indifference: Thailand’s Gender/Sex Minorities and the Episodic Allure of Queer English”, in Speaking in Queer Tongues: Globalisation and Gay Desire, edited by William L. Leap & Tom Boellstorff, Urbana Il.: University of Illinois Press. pp. 202-230, ISBN: 0-252-07142-5.

(31 Google Scholar Citations at July 2015)

 

2003    “Gay Capitals in Global Gay History: Cities, Local Markets, and the Origins of Bangkok’s Same-Sex Cultures”, in Postcolonial Urbanism: Southeast Asian Cities and Global Processes, Edited by Ryan Bishop, John Phillips, Wei-Wei Yeo, New York & London, Routledge. pp. 151-163, ISBN: 0-415-93250-5.

(8 Google Scholar Citations at July 2015)

 

2002    “Offending Images: Gender and Sexual Minorities, and State Control of the Media in Thailand”, in MEDIA FORTUNES, CHANGING TIMES: ASEAN States in Transition, Edited by Russell H. K. Heng, Chapter 9 (Pages 201 - 230), Institute of Southeast Asian Studies, Singapore. Soft cover edition ISBN 981-230-155-0, Hard cover edition ISBN 981-230-193-3

(5 Google Scholar Citations at July 2015)

 

2001    “Pre-Gay, Post-Queer: Thai Perspectives on Proliferating Gender/Sex Diversity in Asia”, in Gay and Lesbian Asia: Culture, Identity, Community, co-edited with Gerard Sullivan, Harrington Park Press, Binghamton NY. ISBN 1-56023-145-9, pp. 1-25.

(66 Google Scholar Citations at July 2015)

 

1999    “Same-Sex Sexual Experience in Thailand”, in Lady Boys, Tom Boys, Rent Boys: Male and Female Homosexualities in Contemporary Thailand, co-edited with Gerard Sullivan, Haworth Press, New York. pp. 29-60, ISBN 1-56023-119-X.

(13 Google Scholar Citations at July 2015)

 

1999    “Tolerant But Unaccepting: The Myth of a Thai ‘Gay Paradise’“, in Genders and Sexualities in Modern Thailand, co-edited with Nerida Cook, Silkworm Books, Chiang Mai. pp. 226-242, ISBN 974-7551-07-1.

(77 Google Scholar Citations 10 July 2015)

 

1998    “Male Homosexuality and Transgenderism in the Thai Buddhist Tradition”, in Queer Dharma: Voices of Gay Buddhists, ed. Winston Leyland, Gay Sunshine Press, San Francisco. pp.55-89, ISBN: 0-940567-22-9.

(34 Google Scholar Citations at July 2015)

 

1997    “Withering Centre, Flourishing Margins: Buddhism’s Changing Political Roles”, in Political Change in Thailand: Democracy and Participation, ed. Kevin Hewison, Routledge, London. pp.75-93, ISBN: 0-415-14795-6.

(46 Google Scholar Citations at July 2015)

 

1997    “Kathoey < > Gay < > Man, The Historical Emergence of Gay Male Identity in Thailand”, in Sites of Desire/Economies of Pleasure, Sexualities in Asia and the Pacific, eds. Lenore Manderson & Margaret Jolly, University of Chicago Press, Chicago & London. pp.166-190, ISBN: 0-226-50304-6.

(124 Google Scholar Citations at July 2015)

 

1993    “Re-interpreting the Traiphum Phra Ruang: Political Functions of Buddhist Symbolism in Contemporary Thailand”, in Buddhist Trends in Southeast Asia, ed. Trevor Ling, Institute of Southeast Asian Studies, Singapore. pp.64-100. ISBN 981 3035 81 1

(10 Google Scholar Citations at July 2015)

 

1991    “Thai Buddhist Identity: Debates on the Traiphum Phra Ruang”, in National Identity and its Defenders: Thailand 1939-1989, ed. Craig J. Reynolds, Monash Papers on Southeast Asia, No. 25, Centre of Southeast Asian Studies, Monash University, Melbourne. pp.191-232.  ISBN 0 7326 0275 0

(20 Google Scholar Citations at July 2015)

 

            Note: The above volume was republished in 1993 by Silkworm Books, Chiang Mai. ISBN 974 7047 20 9.

 

 

Chapters in Books CO-AUTHOR

 

2008“Introduction”, co-authored with with Fran Martin, Mark McLelland and Audrey Yue, in AsiaPacifiQueer: Rethinking Gender and Sexuality in the Asia-Pacific, co-edited with Fran Martin, Mark McLelland and Audrey Yue, Urbana and Chicago: University of Illinois Press. pp. 1-27, ISBN: 978-0-252-03307-0.

 

1999    “Ethnic Minorities and the Lesbian and Gay Community”, co-authored with Gerard Sullivan, in Multicultural Queer: Australian Narratives, Haworth Press, New York & London. pp. 1-28, ISBN: 0-7890-0651-0.

(3 Google Scholar Citations at July 2015)

 

1999    “A Panoply of Roles: Sexual and Gender Diversity in Contemporary Thailand”, co-authored with Gerard Sullivan, in Lady Boys, Tom Boys, Rent Boys: Male and Female Homosexualities in Contemporary Thailand, co-edited with Gerard Sullivan, Haworth Press, New York. pp. 1-27. ISBN 1-56023-119-X.

(29 Google Scholar Citations at July 2015)

 

1999    “Desiring Constructs: Transforming Sex/Gender Orders in Twentieth Century Thailand”, co-authored with Nerida Cook, in Genders and Sexualities in Modern Thailand, co-edited with Nerida Cook, Silkworm Books, Chiang Mai. pp. 1-27, ISBN 974-7551-07-1.

(19 Google Scholar Citations at July 2015)

 

1996    “Business Ethics” (Ch. 1) (One of eight co-authors), in Australia in Asia: Comparing Cultures, ed. Anthony Milner. Melbourne: Oxford University Press. pp.14-43, ISBN: 0-19-553672-X.

 

1996    “Human Rights” (Ch. 2) (One of eight co-authors), in Australia in Asia: Comparing Cultures,, ed. Anthony Milner, Melbourne: Oxford University Press. pp.44-68, ISBN: 0-19-553672-X.

 

1994    “Thailand”, Co-authored with Craig Reynolds, in Australia-Asia Survey, eds. Russell Trood & Deborah McNamara. South Melbourne: Macmillan. pp.265-277. ISBN 0 7329 2795 1

 

GUEST EDITOR & CO-EDITOR OF JOURNAL SPECIAL ISSUES

 

2015    The Kyoto Review of Southeast Asia, Issue 18, September 2015, Queer Southeast Asia: Cultural Recognition, Social Respect, Legal Legitimacy, special issue guest editor (http://kyotoreview.org/issue-18/queer-southeast-asia-recognition-respect-legitimacy/).

 

2009    South East Asia Research, Vol. 17 No. 3, November 2009, Special Issue: Siamese Modernities and the Colonial West, guest co-editor with Rachel Harrison. (ISSN 0967-828X).

 

1999    The Journal of Homosexuality, Volume 36, Numbers 3/4, 1999.  Special Double Issue: Multicultural Queer: Australian Narratives, Guest Co-editor with Gerard Sullivan.

 

 

ENCYCLOPEDIA ENTRIES

 

2006    “Bangkok” (p.68-9), in Gerstner, David A. (ed.), Routledge International Encyclopedia of Queer Culture, New York: Routledge. ISBN: 0-415-30651-5.

 

2006    “Thailand, Filmmaking” (pp. 556-558), in Gerstner, David A. (ed.), Routledge International Encyclopedia of Queer Culture, New York: Routledge. ISBN: 0-415-30651-5.

 

2006    “Thailand, Literature” (pp. 558-559), in Gerstner, David A. (ed.), Routledge International Encyclopedia of Queer Culture, New York: Routledge. ISBN: 0-415-30651-5.

 

2006    “Thailand, Popular Music” (pp. 559-560), in Gerstner, David A. (ed.), Routledge International Encyclopedia of Queer Culture, New York: Routledge. ISBN: 0-415-30651-5.

 

2006    “Thailand, Television” (p. 560), in Gerstner, David A. (ed.), Routledge International Encyclopedia of Queer Culture, New York: Routledge. ISBN: 0-415-30651-5.

 

2000    “Thailand” in The Encyclopedia of Lesbian and Gay Histories and Cultures, Volume I, Lesbian Histories and Cultures, Bonnie Zimmerman (ed.), New York: Garland Publishing, Co-authored with Dr Nerida Cook, pp. 761-762, ISBN: 0-8153-1920-7.

 

2000    “Bangkok”, in The Encyclopedia of Lesbian and Gay Histories and Cultures, Volume II: Gay Histories and Cultures, George E. Haggerty (ed.), New York: Garland Publishing, pp. 95-96, ISBN 0-8153-1880-4.

 

2000    “Thailand”, in The Encyclopedia of Lesbian and Gay Histories and Cultures, Volume II: Gay Histories and Cultures, George E. Haggerty (ed.), New York: Garland Publishing, pp. 871-3, ISBN 0-8153-1880-4.

 

 

Collaboration à des ouvrages

2013(BE 2556) Phet Lak Chet-si: Phahuwattanatham Thang-phet Nai Sangkhom Thai - Cultural Pluralism and Sex/Gender Diversity in Thailand, co-edited with Narupon Duangwises, Bangkok: Princess Sirindhorn Anthropology Centre (223 Pages), ISBN 978-616-7154-21-3

 

2012    Thai Sex Talk: The Language of Sex and Sexuality in Thailand, co-edited with Pimpawun Boonmongkon, Chiang Mai: Mekong Press. (21 chapters, including one new chapter by myself). (My contribution: 50%) (236 pages) ISBN: 978-616-90053-5-3.

(3 Google Scholar Citations at July 2015)

 

2010The Ambiguous Allure of the West: Traces of the Colonial in Thailand, co-edited with Rachel Harrison, Hong Kong and Ithaca, NY: Hong Kong University Press & Cornell University Southeast Asia Program Publications. (268 pp.), ISBN: 978-962-209-121-4 (My contribution 50%)

(31 Google Scholar Citations at July 2015)

 

2009    Poet Pratu Si-rung: Nangseu Lae Website Khorng Gay-Kathoey Nai Sangkhom Thai (Opening the rainbow door: Gay-kathoey magazines and websites in Thai society), in Thai, English title: Thai Gay and Kathoey Media: Claiming Space for Voices of Sexual and Gender Diversity, co-edited with Narupon Duangwises, Bangkok: The Women’s Health Advocacy Foundation (WHAF), Thai Health Promotion Foundation(BE 2552), (174 pp.) ISBN: 978-974-235-974-4 (My contribution: 50%)

 

2008AsiaPacifiQueer: Rethinking Gender and Sexuality in the Asia-Pacific, co-edited with Fran Martin, Mark McLelland and Audrey Yue, Urbana and Chicago: University of Illinois Press. (278 pp.) ISBN: 978-0-252-03307-0 (My contribution: 25%)

(3 Google Scholar Citations at July 2015)

 

2001    Gay and Lesbian Asia: Culture, Identity,Community, co-edited with Gerard Sullivan, Harrington Park Press, Binghamton NY. (280 pp) ISBN 1-56023-145-9 (My contribution: 50%)

(27 Google Scholar Citations at July 2015)

 

2000    Genders and Sexualities in Modern Thailand, co-edited with Nerida Cook, Silkworm Books, Chiang Mai. (289 pp.) ISBN 974-7551-07-1 (My contribution: 50%)

(62 Google Scholar Citations at July 2015)

 

1999    Multicultural Queer: Australian Narratives, co-edited with Gerard Sullivan, Haworth Press, New York and London. (233 pages) ISBN 0-7890-0651-0 (My contribution: 50%)

(46 Google Scholar Citations at July 2015)

 

1999    Lady Boys, Tom Boys, Rent Boys: Male and Female Homosexualities in Contemporary Thailand, co-edited with Gerard Sullivan, Haworth Press, New York. (237 pages) ISBN 1-56023-119-X (My contribution: 50%)

(77 Google Scholar Citations at July 2015)

 

WEB

2012    Thai Rainbow Archive: A Digitised Collection of Thai Gay, Lesbian and Transgender Publications(http://thairainbowarchive.anu.edu.au/index.html).  Funded by the British Library Endangered Archive Programme.  1,000 Thai language magazines have been digitised and uploaded in pdf format to the project website, totalling over 100,000 pages of digitised information.  Editors: Peter Jackson, Narupon Duangwises, Carolyn Brewer, Paratthakorn Nimsang ISBN: 978-0-646-57847-7

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