Independent Journal
of Burmese Scholarship

May 2018
Volume 1, no. 2
“Special Issue on Everyday Justice”

Printed edition will soon be published by and available at Pansodan Books in Yangon.
Online edition: Articles in English are presented in PDF format below. Burmese translations, abstracts, and artwork will soon follow as they become available.

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View/download individual articles, in English. Burmese translations will be available soon.

0 Introduction to the Special Issue on Everyday Justice

Helene Maria Kyed

English PDF (119 KB)

1 Gendered aspects of access to justice in Southern Mon State

Mi Thang Sorn Poine, Enlightened Myanmar Research Foundation (EMReF)

English PDF (250 KB)

2 State-Making and Dispute Resolution in Karen ‘frontier’ areas

Helene Maria Kyed and Myat The Thitsar

English PDF (289 KB)

3 Everyday Justice for Muslims in Mawlamyine: Subjugation and Skilful Navigation

Annika Pohl Harrisson, Aarhus University

English PDF (303 KB)

4 A Saint in Command? Spiritual protection, justice, and religious tensions in the Karen State

Mikael Gravers

English PDF (388 KB)

5 Legal hybridity in everyday justice provision in a Mon village

Lwin Lwin Mon, Yadanabon University

English PDF (292 KB)

6 Justice-seeking strategies in everyday life: Case study among urban migrants in Yangon

Than Pale, Professor, Department of Anthropology, University of Yangon

English PDF (270 KB)

7 Everyday Justice and Plural Authorities: insights from Karen State about Land Disputes

Lue Htar, Enlightened Myanmar Research Foundation

English PDF (255 KB)

8 Drama of a Town

Maung Phyo

English PDF(76 KB)

9 About the Authors

Updated 2018.05.15 12:23:04 (UTC)