IIAS produces a wide variety of publications, such as the quarterly IIAS Newsletter and academic monographs and edited volumes. The aim of IIAS Publications Series is to promote Asia-Europe Studies. The series consists of Monographs and Edited Volumes. It includes comparative research on Europe and Asia and results from cooperation between European and Asian scholars. The International Institute for Asian Studies stimulates scholarship on Asia and is instrumental in forging research networks among Asia scholars worldwide.
This Focus moves forward a long-stalled reconsideration to argue that the relationship between language, ethnicity, and identity in Burma is not necessarily set in stone. Rather, language may be one element informing an ongoing process that various groups engage in to define themselves in relation to others.
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