6 Minutes To Read Stephen Campbell translates Ludu Daw Ahmar’s feminist critique of the gendered division of labour.
8 Minutes To Read Aye Thiri Kyaw and Minn Tent Bo argue for breaking the cycle of intimate partner violence in Myanmar.
11 Minutes To Read Seik Nyan and Ye Yint Khant Maung explore the difficulties of women workers and discuss how political parties should address it.
11 Minutes To Read Jae Park and Alexandre Pelletier call attention to gender in thinking about conflict in Myanmar. Despite the signing of the Nationwide Ceasefire Agreement in 2015, Myanmar is still at war with itself as fighting Read the full article…
8 Minutes To Read Kassandra Neranjan and Sakshi Shetty consider the specific vulnerabilities women face in Myanmar in the midst of the coronavirus pandemic.
7 Minutes To Read Yadanar Oo, Naw Tah Mu Lar and Maggi Quadrini write about how a football tournament along the Thai-Burma border challenged gender stereotypes faced by young women and girls on the pitch.
The Traffic in Hierarchy: Masculinity and Its Others in Buddhist Burma by Ward Keeler, Honolulu, University of Hawaii’ Press, 2017. 331 pages.
6 Minutes To Read Khin Mar Mar Kyi reviews Ward Keeler’s book on gender and Burmese Buddhist practices in Myanmar.
No Choice, No Voice, No Right: Access to Healthcare among Women and Girls in Rural Areas of the Tanintharyi Region
10 Minutes To Read Nilar Khaing explores some problems facing women’s access to healthcare and reproductive services in rural Tanintharyi.
4 Minutes To Read Jenny Hedström writes on the importance of a new open-source bibliography for Burma Studies, now hosted on Tea Circle.
4 Minutes To Read Maggi Quadrini and Mie Mie share their experiences at a peace conference hosted by the Karenni National Women’s Organization.