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Stephen Huard

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huard.stephen[at]gmail.com

 

Master institution - EHESS Marseille, France

PhD start - 2014

PhD - University of East Anglia (UEA – UK)

- Affiliate PhD at CASE (Southeast Asia Center – EHESS/CNRS)

- Affiliate PhD at Pôle Foncier (Cirad – CIHEAM – IRD – SupAgro)

Supervisors - Ben Jones (UEA), Oliver Springate-Baginski (UEA), and Pierre-Yves Le Meur (EHESS, IRD)

Subject - "Beyond the Village Headman. The crafting of local politics in central Myanmar"

Discipline - Anthropology

 

CAREER

 

2018 - International research consultant on land reallocation projects in the Ayeyarwaddi and Sagaing Regions (under LIFT funding and for GRET Myanmar - 3 months consultancy)

2017-2018 - Assistant Lecturer – Anthropology of Myanmar – at INALCO (National Institute of Oriental Languages and Civilisation), Paris, France.

2015-2016 - Member of GRET Myanmar’s research team within their study « Land tenure in rural lowland Myanmar. Understanding rural land issues to engage comprehensive policy dialogue in Myanmar » during one year with Maxime Boutry, Céline Allaverdian and Marie Mellac.

2016 - International Researcher Consultant for LCG (Land Core Group) for their study on land redistribution « Land Tenure Rapid Assessment: Pyapon and Maubin (Ayeyarwaddy). Pilot Sites for Land Redistribution to Landless » (January).

2013-2014 - Research assistant for GRET (internship), study of land relationships in central Myanmar (Monywa) during 6 months.

 

DIPLOMAS

 

2014 - Research Master EHESS – “Comparative Researches in Anthropology, History and Sociology”. Master thesis: Local Regulation of land conflicts in GawGyi and Hnaw Pin (central Myanmar) – in French – Supervisors: P.-Y. Le Meur (IRD) et G. Blundo (EHESS), Marseille, France

2012 - Bachelor in Anthropology (Bordeaux – France)

2011 - Bachelor in History (Rennes – France)

 

BIBLIOGRAPHY

Peer-review journal

 

 

2018 - (forthcoming). Huard, S. « Garder tout en donnant » un héritage dans le centre du Myanmar, Revue du MAUSS, n° 52.

2016 - Huard, S., Une terre commune dans le village ? Relations village-État et économie morale au travers de la biographie d’une parcelle dans le centre du Myanmar, Natures Sciences Sociétés, vol. 24, n°4, pp. 347 - 357 (DOI: 10.1051/nss/2016038)

Book review

 

 

2015 - Huard, S., State and legal practice in the Caucasus: anthropological perspectives on law and politics, edited by Stéphane Voell and Iwona Kaliszewska, The Journal of Legal Pluralism and Unofficial Law, DOI: 10.1080/07329113.2015.1043230

Contribution to scientific book

 

 

2017 - Boutry, M., Allaverdian, C., Mellac, M., Huard, S., San Thein, Tin Myo Win, et Khin Pyae Sone, Land tenure in rural lowland Myanmar: from historical perspectives to contemporary realities in the Dry Zone and the Delta, Of lives of land Myanmar research series. Gret: Yangon.

Report

 

 

2016 - Pierce, C., Huard, S., Land Tenure Rapid Assessment: Pyapon and Maubin (Ayeyarwaddy). Pilot Sites for Land Redistribution to Landless, Land Core Group.

 

 

COMMUNICATIONS

Conferences

 

 

2017 « Headman dilemmas in central Myanmar », Interdisciplinary Myanmar Conference organised by the Myanmar Institute, 16st of Jun 2017, Bonn, germany

2017 « On the peculiarities of inheritance transmission (amwei) in central Myanmar. A Case. », Chaire Singleton, Le lien social au regard de la circulation des biens, des personnes et des capitaux, 5th of May 2017, Catholic University of Louvain (UCL), Louvain-la-Neuve, Belgium.

2017 « La question foncière en Birmanie : éclairage historique et enjeux actuels », Journée d’étude du CASE-CNRS (Centre Asie du Sud-Est), Birmanie, la transition politique dans la recherche, 23rd of February 2017, INALCO, Paris, France.

2016 « What is local politics in Burmese heartland? An Anthropology of Village Headman’ (s)election in Myanmar central Dry Lands », 12th International Burma Studies Conference (Traditions and Challenges), 6 to 9 of October 2016, Northern Illinois University, DeKalb, USA.

 

Workshops & Seminars

 

 

2017 « One day with Ko Kyaw, four years of headship », Journées doctorales du Pôle Foncier (IRD, Supagro, Cirad, Comité Technique, CIHEAM, MSH Sud), 16 – 19 of October 2017, MSH Sud, Montpellier, France.

2017 « Whose village affairs? The making of lu-gyi legitimacy in the central Myanmar countryside », Oxford-SOAS Postgarduates workshop, 26 – 28 of May 2017, St Anthony College, Oxford, UK.

2017 « La légitimation des grands hommes en Birmanie centrale. Affaires villageoises et relations de pouvoir dans un contexte bouddhique », Séminaire général du Centre Asie du Sud-Est (EHESS/CNRS), Anciennes et nouvelles élites d’Aiside du Sud-Est : statuts, pouvoirs, légitimités et concurrences, 18 of May 2017, Maison de l’Asie, EFEO, Paris.

2015 « The Forgotten Village. The Negotiated Local Land Governance in Myanmar Central Dry Zone », Atelier foncier - Institut Français de Birmanie, Vivre ensemble en transition, 24 of November 2015, Yangon, Myanmar.

2015 « The Politics of Land Governance in Central Myanmar: the Regulation of Local Land Conflicts », Governance at the Edge of the State: Public authority and property in conflict environments, 8 - 11 September, 2015, University of Copenhagen (Department of Food and Resource Economics), Copenhagen, Danemark.

2015 « Une terre publique dans le village. Trajectoire et conflits autour d’une parcelle en Birmanie centrale », Journées Des Doctorants du LPED, Les usages du sol : conflit, concertation, conservation, 26 Mars 2015, University Aix-Marseille, Marseille, France.

 

LANGUAGES

 

French (mother tongue), English (professional), Burmese (intermediate).

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