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Mobility, space and power in the making of Burma's borders, c.1881-1960

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This thesis investigates the shifting ideas, definitions and negotiations around the borders between Burma, China and Siam (Thailand) in the nineteenth and twentieth centuries. Extending the work of scholars of ‘Zomia studies’ and recent advances in borderlands historiography, it uses extensive archival research in Burma, Thailand, the US and the UK to examine the changing relations between borderland dwellers, empires and nation-states in Southeast Asia. In doing so it seeks to contribute...

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HUMS
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History Faculty
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DPhil
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Doctoral
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University of Oxford
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2020-11-18

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