Seditious State-Making in the Mekong Borderlands: The Shan Rebellion of 1902-1904
A study of the Shan rebellion which broke out in the northern Siamese town of Phrae in July 1902 and continued until May 1904 serves as the basis for an exploration of the interaction between sedition and state-making in the Mekong borderlands at the turn of the twentieth century. French archival material makes clear that the rebellion was not just a two-dimensional struggle between discontented Shan and the expanding Siamese state, as it has been commonly understood. Rather, the rebellion was...[Show more]
|Collections||ANU Research Publications|
Items in Open Research are protected by copyright, with all rights reserved, unless otherwise indicated.