Sojourn: Journal Of Social Issues In Southeast Asia Vol. 31/1 (march 2016)(<i>tamils And The Haunting Of Justice: History And Recognition In Malaysia's Plantations</i>. By Andrew C. Willford. Review Essays By Carl Vadivella Belle, Charles Hirschman And E
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Sojourn: Journal Of Social Issues In Southeast Asia Vol. 31/1 (march 2016)(tamils And The Haunting Of Justice: History And Recognition In Malaysia's Plantations. By Andrew C. Willford. Review Essays By Carl Vadivella Belle, Charles Hirschman And E

by Carl Vadivella Belle ; Charles Hirschman ; Edmund Terence Gomez ; Andrew C Willford

SOJOURN is an interdisciplinary journal devoted to the study of social and cultural issues in Southeast Asia. It publishes empirical and theoretical research articles with a view to promoting and disseminating scholarship in and on the region. Areas of special concern include ethnicity, religion, tourism, urbanization, migration, popular culture, social and cultural change, and development. Fields most often represented in the journal are anthropology, sociology, and history.


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Carl Vadivella Belle ; Charles Hirschman ; Edmund Terence Gomez ; Andrew C Willford

Carl Vadivella Belle is an independent scholar based in rural South Australia. ; Charles Hirschman is Boeing International Professor, Department of Sociology and Daniel J. Evans School of Public Policy and Governance, University of Washington, USA. ; Edmund Terence Gomez is Professor of Political Economy at the Faculty of Economics and Administration, University of Malaya, Kuala Lumpur. ; Andrew Willford is Associate Professor of Anthropology and Asian Studies at Cornell University.