The Seminar, organized by UCRSEA, will focus on the eco-feminism and environmental movement in Northern Thailand, including the eco-feminism in developing countries and formation in Thailand, environmental situation in Thailand from a gender perspective, and the eco-feminism and social movement to protect the resource base.
Dr. Ariya Svetamra is a Lecturer at Department of Women’s Studies, Faculty of Social Sciences, Chiang Mai University, Thailand. She obtained her Ph.D. in Social Science from Chiang Mai University in 2010. She is a Curriculum Committee member of the MA and PhD Program on Women’s and Gender Studies (International) and teaches Feminist and Gender Theories and Methodologies courses in particular. Her research interests are in women’s studies, gender studies, anthropology of religions and ethnic studies.
Dr. Paiboon Hengsuwan is a Lecturer at the Department of Women’s Studies, Chiang Mai University. He has a Ph.D. in Social Science from Chiang Mai University (2013). His recent publications include “Living in Fear of Violence at the Thai-Burma Border” published in “Uncertain Lives: Changing Borders and Mobility in the Borderland of the Upper Mekong” (2015), and “Living with Threats and Silent Violence on the Salween Borderlands: An Interpretive and Critical Feminist Perspective” (Regional Journal of Southeast Asian Studies vol. 2 no. 1).
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