Description de l'atelier / Panel description
Danielle Tan  1@  , Caroline Grillot, Brenda S.a. Yeoh, PÁl NyÍri, Thi Lien Tran  2@  
1 : Insitut de recherche sur l'Asie du Sud-Est contemporaine  (Irasec)  -  Website
179 Thanon Witthayu, Lumphini, Pathum Wan, Bangkok 10330 -  Thaïlande
2 : TRAN  (IRASEC)  -  Website
179 Thanon Witthayu, Lumphini, Pathum Wan, Bangkok 10330 -  Thaïlande

This volume was funded by IRASEC (Research Institute on Contemporary Southeast Asia).
This is the first book to focus explicitly on how China's rise as a major economic and political actor has affected societies in Southeast Asia. It examines how Chinese investors, workers, tourists, bureaucrats, longtime residents, and adventurers interact throughout Southeast Asia. The contributors use case studies to show the scale of Chinese influence in the region and the ways in which various countries mitigate their unequal relationship with China by negotiating asymmetry, circumventing hegemony, and embracing, resisting, or manipulating the terms dictated by Chinese capital.
PÁL NYÍRI is professor of global history from an anthropological perspective at Vrije Universiteit in Amsterdam. He is the author of Scenic Spots: Chinese Tourism, the State, and Cultural Authority; coauthor of Seeing Culture Everywhere: From Genocide to Consumer Habits; and coeditor of Chinese Encounters in Southeast Asia: How People, Money, and Ideas from China Are Changing a RegionDANIELLE TAN is research associate at the Research Institute on Contemporary Southeast Asia (IRASEC, Bangkok). The contributors are Aranya Siriphon, Caroline Grillot, Caroline S. Hau, Oliver Hensengerth, Johanes Herlijanto, Hew Wai Weng, Weiqiang Lin, Chris Lyttleton, Kevin Woods, Brenda S. A. Yeoh, and Juan Zhang.
The editors as well as two contributors (Brenda S. A. Yeoh and Caroline Grillot) will be part of a roundtable chaired by Eric GUERRASSIMOFF (Paris 7).

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