วาสิฏฐี ชัยขันธ์, อ.ดร.

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Education:

2012-2018 PhD History, SOAS, University of London

Dissertation “ Pan-Tai idea and notions of ‘lost territories’, as portrayed in Thai textbooks, late nineteenth century-1944”

2011-2012 M.A., Southeast Asian History, SOAS, University of London (merit)

2005-2009 B.A., History, Thammasat University (second class honor)

Conference:

September 2016 ‘The Silent History: Thai Military in the Shan States during World War II’ presented on ASEASUK conference, London

June 2016 ‘Pan-Tai idea and notions of ‘lost territories’, as portrayed in Thai textbooks, 1932-1944” presented on European Association for Southeast Asian Studies (EuroSEAS) Master Class for PhD students 2016, Leiden University, Netherlands

October 2015 ‘The Making of Thai Social Science Textbooks, from the Late 19th Century to 1944’ presented on History events at the IHR Doctoral Session I, Senate House, London

August 2015 ‘Becoming Thai: Thai Strategies of Indoctrination through textbooks in Indochina during World War II’ presented on European Association for Southeast Asian Studies (EuroSEAS) on the panel “Transfers, Dissemination and Manipulations of Knowledge: Education in South East Asia in Historical Perspective” held at the University of Vienna and the Austrian Academy of Sciences in Vienna, Austria

May 2015 ‘Pan-Tai ideology in Thai textbooks, 1932-1944’ presented on LSE Southeast Asia and ASEASUK Postgraduate Workshop held at LSE, University of London

June 2014 ‘Pan-Tai idea and notions of ‘lost territories’, as portrayed in Thai textbooks, 1920s-1944’ presented at the 9th Singapore Graduate Forum on Southeast Asian Studies held by the Asia Research Institute (ARI), the National University of Singapore (NUS)

October 2013 ‘Thai strategies of indoctrination in newly conquered territories during World War II’ presented on the theme “Propaganda in Thailand will look at new historical perspectives on the State and Thai culture in the 20th to 21st centuries” held by the centre of Southeast Asian Studies, SOAS, University of London

Publication:

Wasitthee Chaiyakan, ‘Thailand’s Early Adult Education in Textbooks: Inclusion, Exclusion and Literacy, 1940-1944,’ in Thomas Richard Bruce and Pia Joliffe (eds.), Southeast Asian Schools in Modern History: Education, Manipulation, and Contest. (Routledge, forthcoming)