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 > Philip TAYLOR

Chams in the Mekong Delta


Contact
philip.taylor (at) anu.edu.au


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Location: Canberra (Australia)
Place of working: Australian National University (ANU), Research School of Pacific and Asian Studies (RSPAS), Department of Anthropology [web site]


Bibliography
2007 Cham Muslims of the Mekong Delta : Place and Mobility in the Cosmopolitan Periphery
Singapore, National University of Singapore Press, 313 pages

2007 "Poor Policies, Wealthy Peasants : Alternative Trajectories of Rural Development in Vietnam"
in Journal of Vietnamese Studies n° 2(2), pp. 3-56 [paper]

2007 Modernity and Re-Enchantment : Religion in Post-Revolutionary Vietnam
Singapore, Institute of Southeast Asian Studies, 492 pages

2006 "Economy in Motion : Cham Muslim Traders in the Mekong Delta"
in The Asia Pacific Journal of Anthropology n° 7(3), pp. 237-250 [paper]

2007 Goddess on the Rise : Pilgrimage and popular religion in Vietnam
Honolulu, University of Hawaii Press, 348 pages

2004 Social Inequality in Vietnam and the Challenges to Reform
Singapore, Institute of Southeast Asian Studies, 393 pages

2004 "Redressing disadvantage or re-arranging inequality ? Development interventions and local responses in the Mekong Delta"
in Taylor Philip (eds.) Social Inequality in Vietnam and the Challenges to Reform (Singapore, Institute of Southeast Asian Studies), pp. 236-69 [paper]

2003 "Digesting reform: opera and cultural identity in Ho Chi Minh City"
in Consuming Urban Culture in Contemporary Vietnam (London, RoutledgeCurzon), pp. 138-154

2001 Fragments of the Present : Searching for Modernity in Vietnam's South
Honolulu, University of Hawaii Press, 237 pages

2001 "Apocalypse Now ? Hoa Hao Buddhism emerging from the shadows of war"
in The Australian Journal of Anthropology n° 12.3, pp. 339-54

2001 "Music as a 'neocolonial poison' in post-war Southern Vietnam"
in Crossroads, An Interdisciplinary Journal of Southeast Asian Studies n° 14(1), pp. 99-131


Web site
Homepage at RSPAS