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Jacob Shell is an Associate Professor of Geography and Urban Studies at Temple University. He received his PhD in Geography from Syracuse University. Shell arrived at his interest in Burma (Myanmar) through the topic of transportation: in particular transportation on animal-back. His first book, "Transportation and Revolt: Pigeons, Mules, Canals, a…
 
Tontrakul is a modern Isaan music project that began when Tontrakul Kaewyong wanted to create new sounds for Isaan music. He experiments with other musical genres like drum 'n' bass, future bass, ambient house and world beats but maintains the distinct accent of Thailand's northeast.Dr. Eric Jones
 
Dr. Eric Jones and Isabelle Squires sit down with Dr. Michael Hawkins to explore his research on the Moro Village exposition. In 1904, the United States government contracted to bring 88 Filipino Muslims to the Louisiana Purchase Exposition as live exhibits. These Moros were officially classified as “semi-civilized” subjects. This podcast explores …
 
Dr. Jones interviews Dr. Shzr Ee Tan, author of Beyond Innocence and Gender in Chinese Music. They discuss music, soundscapes, culture, religion and technology, and how migrant workers utilize these resources to strengthen their identities and create a place for themselves to find solace and a sense of community as they are working abroad.Some link…
 
In this episode of Crossroads, Dr. Jones interviews Dr. Cooler about the repatriation of a thousand year old statue of the Buddha to Myanmar after being stolen in the mid 80s and then recovered later by Dr. Cooler. Come join us for the twists and turns as the Buddha travels from Myanmar, Bangkok, San Francisco, New York, Dekalb, France, and finally…
 
In this episode of Crossroads, Dr. Eric Jones talks with Thomas Gardiner and Brittany Hebeler whose GKWW law firm is in the unique position of representing victims of recent Indonesian airline disasters. Go to https://gkwwlaw.com/aviation for more information.Dr. Eric Jones
 
Dr Eric Jones speaks with Mesrob Vartavarian on the US relationship with the Philippines.Since the turn of the twentieth century, the United States has shaped and interacted with coercive institutions in the Philippines in pursuit of its own strategic interests. Philippine military professionalism, praetorianism, and de facto autonomy were all enco…
 
In this crossover episode from our sister podcast Napalm in the Morning, Drs Jones and Jagel interview Dave Luhrssen, author of The Vietnam War on Film, War on the Silver Screen, Secret Societies and Clubs in American History, and many others! Come for the historical analysis, stay for the historians!davidluhrssen.com/…
 
Dr. Jones and Eve Zucker discuss Cambodia and the recovery of the country post-genocide and the alterations of a statue commissioned of Yeay Mao.https://anthropology.yale.edu/people/eve-zuckerDr. Eric Jones
 
Drs Jones and Jagel speak with historian and museum conservationist Heath Hardage Lee on her book League of Wives, her inspiration and work in oral history collecting interviews for the book, and the upcoming major Hollywood film adaptation.Order her book here on her website.https://heathleeauthor.com/…
 
In this podcast, Drs Jones and Jagel interview Hoang Minh Vu, a Ph.D. Candidate from Cornell, on his research surrounding the Third Indochina War and Vietnam’s efforts to integrate itself into the economic fabric of the non-Communist global market. Hoang Minh Vu highlights ASEAN’s rapid post-Cold War enlargement and transformation into the indispen…
 
Eric Jones sits down with Irving Chan Johnson, Associate Professor in the Department of Southeast Asian Studies, National University of Singapore, to discuss his passion for Thai temple murals and the specificities of the Thai style.Here is are two links to his book "The Buddha on Mecca’s Verandah: Encounters, Mobilities, and Histories along the Ma…
 
In this episode of Crossroads, Dr. Eric Jones sits down with the founder of the Center for Burma Studies at NIU, Richard Cooler. They discuss Cooler's passion for Burmese art, history, and culture and how these inspirations drove him to found the Center for Burma Studies, and why NIU was chosen to house this establishment.…
 
Eric Jones sits down with Ian Coxhead, Professor of Agricultural and Applied Economics at the University of Wisconsin-Madison, to discuss the challenges involved in the labor market in Vietnam.Dr. Eric Jones
 
Social media has changed the political landscape in significant ways, particularly as it pertains to elections. Eric Jones sits down with Kanjana Thepboriruk and Punchada Sirivunnabood to discuss the 2019 election in Thailand and how social media and political culture is changing.Dr. Eric Jones
 
Like many people, Jon Racek's career in modern architecture took an abrupt turn after the 2008 financial recession. When he reassessed his career and how to move forward, he ended up moving to Thailand with his family. The move catalyzed a journey to build community education systems, specifically playground equipment. Eric Jones sits down with Jon…
 
Music permeates our lives in a multitude of ways and many believe it is a gateway to the supernatural. However, it is much more than that. Music can reveal history, culture, religion, politics, to name just a few. Eric Jones sits down with Andrew Shahriari and Chamni Sripraram to discuss how music in Thailand is a gateway to its cultural traditions…
 
Today we sit down with Nathanael Sumaktoyo to explore the puzzle of Muslim voting behavior with double minority candidates. Crossroads would like to thank Agung Pradanta for today's music.Dr. Eric Jones
 
On this episode, Katherine Bowie joins Eric Jones, Kanjana Thepboriruk and Matthew Trew to discuss her new research on the influential monk, Kruba Srivichai and his place in defining modern Thailand. Crossroads would like to thank Dangdut Cowboys for their musical addition to today's show.Dr. Eric Jones
 
In this episode we welcome Asian American Studies professor Fiona Ngo, and talk about the discourse of “self-sufficiency” and its Southeast Asian connection to the history of immigration, disability, race and welfare in the USDr. Eric Jones
 
Today we are joined by Dr. Tharaphi Than as she encourages us to study Myanmar through food: Challenging paradigms and Connecting University with Communities. Dr. Than will focus on students from National Chengchi University in Taiwan and Yangon University in Myanmar.Dr. Eric Jones
 
Join us as Michael Vann and Eric Jones sit down to engage issues of history and memory, state-constructed narratives, political silences, and uncomfortable relationships within the contemporary ASEAN frameworkDr. Eric Jones
 
On today’s episode Eric Jones and Kenton Clymer interview Bradley Simpson and we discuss genocide, justice and the ongoing search for truth and accountability in the 1965-66 Indonesian mass killingsDr. Eric Jones
 
In this episode, Ian Baird sits down to explore the history of the Hmong in Thailand with the Communist Party of Thailand (CPT), presenting new research about its transnational, transcultural and transformative effect on gender relations.Dr. Eric Jones
 
Join us as we explore the contours of agrarian transformation and peasant resistance in contemporary Indonesia, especially after democratization (1998 and onward), focusing on two case studies of local struggles against land dispossession: Bulukumba District (South Sulawesi Province) and North Bengkulu (Bengkulu Province).…
 
In this special "Teaching Southeast Asia" episode, we hear from Cambodia expert Judy Ledgerwood and she walks us through how to teach Genocide and the Khmer Rouge in your classrooms. If you'd like to follow along with her lesson materials, go to this website http://www.niu.edu/cseas/resources/educators.shtml and click on the link for "Teaching abou…
 
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