Dr Patrick Jory
|Dr Patrick Jory|
Senior Lecturer in Southeast Asian History
RHD Advisor for History
Office: E350, Forgan Smith Building (1)
Phone: +61 7 3365 6355
Phone: +61 7 3365 6355
BA(Hons), University of Western Australia
PhD, Australian National University
- HIST2107 The Modern Middle East
- HIST2109 Southeast Asia History, Society & Culture
- HIST2602 Empires, from Columbus to Coca-Cola
- HIST2704 Genocide & Persecution, Revenge & Reconciliation
- Thai Cultural and Political History. The History of Manners (Thailand). Thai Historiography. Islam and Muslim Society in Southeast Asia.
- Please see: ANU Conference, 'Thailand Update 2011'. Dr Patrick Jory (R). YouTube discussion
Current Research Projects:
The Politics of Politeness: a History of Manners in Thailand. Historiography of the former Sultanate of Patani and Southern Thailand.
Selected Recent Publications:
- Kamaruzzaman Bustamam-Ahmad and Patrick Jory, eds., Islamic Studies and Islamic Education in Contemporary Southeast Asia (Kuala Lumpur: Yayasan Ilmuwan, 2011).
- Michael J. Montesano and Patrick Jory, eds., Thai South and Malay North: Ethnic Interactions on a Plural Peninsula (Singapore: NUS Press, 2008).
Journal articles, book chapters, proceeding papers and reviews
- “Thai Historical Writing”, in Axel Schneider and Daniel Woolf, eds., The Oxford History of Historical Writing, Volume 5: Historical Writing Since 1945 (Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2011).
- “Thailand: Recent History”, in The Far East and Australasia 2011, 42nd Edition (London: Routledge, 2010).
- “Some Remarks on the Current State and Possible Future of Southeast Asian Studies”, JATI, Journal of Southeast Asian Studies, Special Issue, Department of Southeast Asian Studies, University of Malaya, 2010.
- “From ‘Melayu Patani’ to ‘Muslim’: The Spectre of Ethnic Identity in Southern Thailand”, Southeast Asia Research, 15, 2 (July 2007): 255-279.
- “Luang Pho Thuat and the Integration of Patani”, in Michael J. Montesano and Patrick Jory, eds., Thai South and Malay North: Ethnic Interactions on a Plural Peninsula (Singapore: NUS Press, 2008), pp. 292-303.
- “Review Article: The Rise and Fall of Empires and the Case for Liberal Imperialism”, Kyoto Review of Southeast Asia, February 2010. View online.
- “Songkhram prawatisatniphon thai: kan tor su khong sathaban kasat nai prawatisat samai mai” [Thai History Wars: the Struggle of the Monarchy in Modern Thai History], Fa Dio Kan [Same Sky] (January – September 2010).
- “Pattani nai rup lor luang pho thuat” [Pattani in the Image of Luang Pho Thuat] Ratthasatsan [Journal of Political Science], Special 60th Anniversary Issue, Vol. 1, December 2009.
Other Activities and Service:
- Adjunct Professor, Center for International Studies, Ohio University
- Member, Asian Studies Association of Australia
- Editorial Board, Ratthasatsan: Journal of Political Science [Thammasat University, Thailand]
- Editorial Board, Rusimalae [Journal of the Prince of Songkhla University, Pattani, Thailand]
- Advisory Board, Rubaiyat: Thai Journal of Asian Studies.
- Supervisor for research higher degree students