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Semicoloniality, Translation and Excess in Thai cultural Studies

Jackson, Peter


Increasing numbers of students of Thai history and culture are turning to varieties of critical theory to respond to the limitations of the empiricist methodologies of classical Thai area studies. These diverse theoretical appropriations constitute a critical project of Thai cultural studies that seeks to deconstruct essentialist readings of Thai culture, Thai identity and Thai nation by revealing the genealogical origins of these notions as contingent products of historical projects of power....[Show more]

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Date published: 2005
Type: Journal article
Source: South East Asia Research


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