Independent Journal
of Burmese Scholarship

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

Online edition, updated Spring 2019: Articles in English, including revisions and corrections, are presented in PDF format below. Burmese translations, abstracts, and artwork will follow as they become available.
Printed edition will be published by and available at Pansodan Books in Yangon.

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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 (updated 2019-03-30; 144 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 2019.03.30 20:28:23 (UTC)