Autonomy and Subordination in Thai History: The Case for Semicolonial Analysis
Methods of postcolonial analysis can make a major contribution to refining understandings of modern Thai history and culture. However, the fact that Thailand was not colonised has incited a widespread resistance to postcolonial studies in the field. Conservative Thai studies scholarship dismisses the very possibility of postcolonial analysis of 'never-colonised' Thailand. Even critical scholars who highlight similarities between Thailand and its once-colonised Southeast Asian neighbours doubt...[Show more]
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