Tag Archives: Gramsci

Forests, Sustainability and Political Economy in Indonesia

Forest Conservation and Sustainability in Indonesia: A Political Economy Study of International Governance Failure is a new book by Bernice Maxton-Lee and published by Routledge. The book is reviewed for JCA by editorial board member Paul K. Gellert of the … Continue reading

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Challenging Hegemony: The 2019 Election in Indonesia

“Challenging Hegemony: Nurhadi-Aldo and the 2019 Election in Indonesia” (DOI: 10.1080/00472336. 2020.1748896) is a new article by Timo Duile of the Department of Southeast Asian Studies, Bonn University, Germany and the Faculty of Social and Political Science, Hasanuddin University, Makassar, … Continue reading

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Why Indonesian Deforestation Persists and Conservation Fails

Bernice Maxton-Lee is a nearly submitted PhD student in the Department of Asian & International Studies at the City University of Hong Kong. Her first academic article is published by JCA, titled “Material Realities: Why Indonesian Deforestation Persists and Conservation … Continue reading

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A Gramscian Approach to Chinese Labour and State

Elaine Sio-ieng Hui’s new article at JCA is “Putting the Chinese State in its Place: A March from Passive Revolution to Hegemony” (DOI: 10.1080/00472336.2016.1197297). Hui is with the Human Resources and Employment Relations Program at The Graduate School PennState. Taking … Continue reading

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Resistance and subaltern studies 5

The fifth article for the feature section of our forthcoming Issue 4 in 2015 edited by Uday Chandra and Kenneth Bo Nielsen is now available at the JCA website. Part of the feature titled Rethinking Resistance: Subaltern Politics and the … Continue reading

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Resistance and subaltern studies 1

Issue 4 in 2015 will include several articles in a collection edited by Uday Chandra and Kenneth Bo Nielsen titled Rethinking Resistance: Subaltern Politics and the State in Contemporary India. The special examines critically examines the development of subaltern studies … Continue reading

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