The National Library of Australia is pleased to announce the recent acquisition of two new significant collections of research papers.
р╕лр╕бр╕╣р╣Ир╕Ър╣Йр╕▓р╕Щ … р╣Др╕бр╣Ир╕кр╕Зр╕Ъ : р╕ар╕▓р╕Юр╕Др╕зр╕▓р╕бр╕гр╕╕р╕Щр╣Бр╕гр╕Зр╕ар╕▓р╕Др╣Гр╕Хр╣Йр╣Гр╕Щр╕бр╕┤р╕Хр╕┤ р╕Кр╕▓р╕Хр╕┤, р╕Щр╕▓р╕Щр╕▓р╕Кр╕▓р╕Хр╕┤ р╣Бр╕ер╕░р╕нр╕Щр╕▓р╕Др╕Х” р╕Кр╕▒р╕вр╕зр╕▒р╕Тр╕Щр╣М р╕кр╕Цр╕▓р╕нр╕▓р╕Щр╕▒р╕Щр╕Чр╣М, р╕Ър╕гр╕гр╕Ур╕▓р╕Шр╕┤р╕Бр╕▓р╕г р╣Бр╕ер╕░р╕лр╕▒р╕зр╕лр╕Щр╣Йр╕▓р╣Вр╕Др╕гр╕Зр╕Бр╕▓р╕гр╕зр╕┤р╕Ир╕▒р╕в (Village without peace: Images of the southern conflict in three aspects — nation, outsiders, future / editor and head of research project, Chaiwat Satha-Anand). This is a collection of three papers addressing these themes, published by the Princess Maha Chakri Sirindhorn Anthropology Centre, September 2010.

р╕Др╕зр╕▓р╕бр╕гр╕╕р╕Щр╣Бр╕гр╕Зр╕Лр╣Ир╕нр╕Щ/р╕лр╕▓р╕кр╕▒р╕Зр╕Др╕бр╣Др╕Чр╕в” р╕Кр╕▒р╕вр╕зр╕▒р╕Тр╕Щр╣М р╕кр╕Цр╕▓р╕нр╕Щр╕▒р╕Щр╕Чр╣М, р╕Ър╕гр╕гр╕Ур╕▓р╕Шр╕┤р╕Бр╕▓р╕г (Seeking hidden violence in Thai society / editor, Chaiwat Satha-Anand). This one is a collection of six research papers published in November 2010 discussing the reality behind Thailand’s “peaceful” society, with case studies from recent history. The papers represent the second year of a project funded by the Thailand Research Fund (р╕кр╕│р╕Щр╕▒р╕Бр╕Зр╕▓р╕Щр╕Бр╕нр╕Зр╕Чр╕╕р╕Щр╕кр╕Щр╕▒р╕Ър╕кр╕Щр╕╕р╕Щр╕Бр╕▓р╕гр╕зр╕┤р╕Ир╕▒р╕в).

Another volume that came out in 2008, “р╣Бр╕Ьр╣Ир╕Щр╕Фр╕┤р╕Щр╕Ир╕┤р╕Щр╕Хр╕Щр╕▓р╕Бр╕▓р╕г?: р╕гр╕▒р╕Рр╣Бр╕ер╕░р╕Бр╕▓р╕гр╣Бр╕Бр╣Йр╣Др╕Вр╕Ыр╕▒р╕Нр╕лр╕▓р╕Др╕зр╕▓р╕бр╕гр╕╕р╕Щр╣Бр╕гр╕Зр╣Гр╕Щр╕ар╕▓р╕Др╣Гр╕Хр╣Й” (Imagined land: Solving southern violence and the state in Thailand), as previously featured on Book Zone, was the first produced by this project.

Note details of table of contents for both publications are included in the National Library of Australia’s online catalogue records.