“The scholarly community has a special responsibility, under today’s difficult conditions, to continue pushing deep into the borderlands and beyond, looking for opportunities to understand the linkages that make Myanmar such a vibrant place for study. The cross-border calamity of the Rohingya needs to be at the top of any serious research priority list.”
Nicholas Farrelly (T.wai & University of Tasmania), discusses about the future of Myanmar Studies on New Mandala.
A previous version was published, in Italian, as “Alcune riflessioni sul futuro degli studi sul Myanmar”, in RISE Vol. 4, No. 3, February 2020.
Nicholas Farrelly is a Research Fellow at T.wai and a Professor and Head of Social Sciences at the University of Tasmania.
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