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Statutory Researchers
Statutory Researchers include CNRS independent/appointed researchers and research lecturers.
This team of researchers includes the following members :
Loïs BASTIDE Gabriel FACAL, Deputy Director Élisabeth LUQUIN Nicolas SALEM-GERVAIS Jérôme SAMUEL, Director
Adjunct Researchers
The requests for association mainly concern researchers and statutory lecturers in local universities, who are required to collaborate with IRASEC and researchers and lecturers, whether (...)

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SustainAsia

International Research Network
IRN - CNRS SustainAsia
Inclusive Growth and Sustainable Development in Asia:
Governance and societies facing environmental challenges

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Mutual intelligibility and receptive multilingualisme between closely related languages (MURMURS)

(Jérôme Samuel, director and researcher at IRASEC)
This research project seeks to further the understanding of Malay languages’ regional dimension in the present day. As we know, “Malay” refers to a cluster of closely related languages spoken in six Southeast Asian countries by approximately 300 million speakers. Its two standard variants, Indonesian (bahasa Indonesia) and Malaysian (bahasa Malaysia often called bahasa Melayu), are recognized as official languages in four countries in the (...)

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Reverse glass painting in Indonesia, 19th-21th centuries (REVELATION)

(Jérôme Samuel, director and researcher at IRASEC)
This ongoing long-term project began in the early 2000s. It aims to inventory, describe and analyse Indonesian reverse glass painting over 150 years, through a database which currently includes 2,200 items and will, in time, be accessible online.
The art of reverse glass painting consists of painting or reproducing an image on the back of a sheet of glass, the image being viewed through the glass itself. It was introduced in Indonesia as (...)

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ADAM

Asvi Warman ADAM is a graduate of Universitas Indonesia and holds a doctorate from the School of Advanced Studies in Social Sciences (EHESS, 1990). He is a research director at the Indonesian Institute of Science (LIPI - Lembaga Ilmu Pengetahuan Indonesia). A contemporary Indonesian historian, he has devoted several books to Soekarno, Suharto and the events of 1965.

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ALLÈS

Statutory researcher from 2017 to 2018
University Professor of Political Science - International Relations
Researcher at the South-East Asia Centre (CASE, EHESS/INALCO)
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Research topics
Religion and international relations Extra-western approaches to international relations and multilateralism Diplomacy, security and multilateral cooperation in Southeast Asia (Indonesia / (...)

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ANG

ANG Choulean (Khmer : អាំង ជូលាន) is a Cambodian anthropologist. He is a professor of historical anthropology at the Royal University of Fine Arts and formerly the director of the department of culture of APSARA, the Cambodian management authority responsible for protecting the archeological park of Angkor. Ang Choulean was born in 1 January 1949 in Kompong Kleang, Siem Reap. He got a bachelor’s degree in Archaeology in 1974 in Cambodia and a PhD in Anthropology in 1982 in France.
Ang Choulean, the (...)

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ANR URBALTOUR

URBALTOUR analyzes the convergences between urban and tourist logics looking at hill stations created during the colonial period in India, Sri Lanka, Vietnam, Indonesia and Malaysia.

Project Coordinator: Emmanuelle PEYVEL

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ANR VinoRosa

This research programme is funded by the "Agence nationale de la Recherche" (ANR) in the category "Young Researchers Young Researchers". Begun in January 2020, the investigative work will continue until June 2024.
This research program analyzes the role of the Belt and Road Initiative (BRI) launched by the Chinese Government in 2013, as an engine of urban development for secondary cities in Southeast Asia. It examines how the BRI powerfully drives international urban models, especially in (...)

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APHIJANYATHAM

As a B.A. majoring in International Relations from Thammasat University in Thailand with experience in Thailand’s Foreign Ministry, Ropharat Aphijanyatham focused her research on border issues between Myanmar and Thailand, especially the increasing movement of low-skill labor from Shan State in Myanmar into Thailand to seek jobs. She also analyzed the proposed means by which to secure their safe, legal employment across the borders with decent wages and access to some social protections, (...)

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