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Number of items: 17.

Book Chapters

Charney, Michael (2021) 'Animals and Warfare in Precolonial South East Asia.' In: Roy, Kaushik and Showalter, Dennis, (eds.), Oxford Handbook of Warfare in Asia. Oxford: Oxford University Press. (Forthcoming)

Charney, Michael (2021) 'Politicized Ethnicity in Pre-Colonial Southeast Asia.' In: Roshwald, Aviel and D'Auria, Matthew and Carmichael, Cathie, (eds.), Cambridge History of Nationhood and Nationalism. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press. (Forthcoming)

Charney, Michael (2020) 'Military Reform in Siam in the Imperial Age.' In: Motadel, David and Chehabi, Houchang, (eds.), Struggles for Sovereignty: Non-European Powers in the Age of Empire. Oxford: Oxford University Press. (Forthcoming)

Charney, Michael (2020) 'Confidence Game: Intelligence, Deception and Subterfuge.' In: Barbier, Mary Kathryn and Showalter, Dennis and Roy, Kaushik, (eds.), A Cultural History of War. London: Bloomsbury Academic. (The Cultural Histories Series) (Forthcoming)

Charney, Michael W. (2017) 'Armed Rural Folk: Elements of Pre-colonial Warfare in the Artistic Representations and Written Accounts of the Pacification Campaign (1886-1889) in Burma.' In: Charney, Michael and Wellen, Kathryn, (eds.), Warring Societies of Pre-colonial Southeast Asia: Local Cultures of Conflict Within a Regional Context. Copenhagen: NIAS, pp. 155-181.

Charney, Michael and Wellen, Kathryn (2017) 'Introduction.' In: Charney, Michael and Wellen, Kathryn, (eds.), Warring Societies of Pre-Colonial Southeast Asia: Local Cultures of Conflict Within a Regional Context. Copenhagen: NIAS, pp. 1-19. (NIAS Studies in Asian Topics, vol. 62)

Journal Article

Charney, Michael (2021) 'Decolonizing History in “Myanmar”: Bringing Rohingya Back into their own History.' Independent Journal of Burmese Scholarship, 1 (3). (Forthcoming)

Conference or Workshop Items

Charney, Michael (2021) Colonial and Post-Colonial State-think and the Problem with University Education in Southeast Asian Countries. In: Suppression of Academic Freedoms by ASEAN universities” Webinar, 8 January 2021, FORSEA Youtube Page. (Unpublished)

Charney, Michael (2020) Black American and West African soldiers in Burma in World War Two. In: Black History Month Lectures, 2 November 2020, Eton College History Society. (Unpublished)

Charney, Michael (2020) Comments on Everyday Justice in Myanmar. In: Everyday Justice in Myanmar, 9 October 2019, LSE South Asia Centre. (Unpublished)

Charney, Michael (2020) Myanmar and the Rohingya. In: SAIS & SOAS Faculty Panel: Conflict and Migration in Times of COVID-19, 25 May 2020, Bologna, Italy & London, UK (international virtual webinar). (Unpublished)

Charney, Michael (2020) One Belt, One Road and Rewriting History in Asia. In: Aberystwyth University History Seminar, 2020 February 10, Aberystwyth. (Unpublished)

Charney, Michael (2019) From Saving Buddhism from (Corrupt) Buddhists to Preserving Buddhism from Islam: the Relationship Between Religion and 'National' Identity in Precolonial and Postcolonial Myanmar. In: Religion & State Ideology in the Middle East and Asia, 11 November 2019, Oriental Institute, Prague, Czech Republic. (Unpublished)

Charney, Michael (2019) Engineering Calamity: the Consequences of Railway Building and Irrigation in Colonial Burma. In: Rain, River, and Rice in Modern Burma, 1-2 November 2019, University of Tokyo Graduate School of Economics. (Unpublished)

Charney, Michael (2019) What we did not know about the Defence of Burma in 1942 - The Burma Railways under Fire. In: George Blair Memorial Lecture, 20 September 2019, The Friends of Millbank. (Unpublished)

Charney, Michael (2019) Buddhism, the Royal Imaginary, and Limits in Warfare: The Moderating Influence of Precolonial Myanmar Royal Campaigns on Everyday Warriors. In: International Conference on Reducing Suffering During Conflict: The Interface Between Buddhism and International Humanitarian Law, 3-6 September 2019, Dambulla, Sri Lanka. (Unpublished)

Charney, Michael (2017) The Short and Long Term Roots of the Rohingya Crisis: The Eradication of a Myanmar Ethnic Group. In: Cornell University Seminar and Roundtable on the Rohingya, 2017 November 7, Ithaca, New York, Cornell University. (Unpublished)

This list was generated on Mon Jan 18 03:29:01 2021 GMT.