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  • Selected publications:
  • Kitiarsa, P. (2008). Thai Migrants in Singapore: State, Intimacy, and Desire. Gender, Place and Culture, 15(6), 695-610.
  • Kitiarsa, P. (2007). Headnotes, Heartnotes, and Persuasive Ethnography of Thai Migrant Workers in Singapore. Journal of the Mekong Society, Khon Kaen University. 3(1), 53-71.
  • Kitiarsa, P. (2006). Modernity, Agency, and Lam Sing: Interpreting ‘Music-Culture’ in Northeastern Thailand. Crossroads: An Interdisciplinary Journal of Southeast Asian Studies, 17(2), 34-65.
  • Kitiarsa, P. (2006). Faiths and Films: Countering the Crisis of Thai Buddhism from Below. Asian Journal of Social Science, 34(2), 264-290.
  • Kitiarsa, P. (2005). Beyond Syncretism: Hybridization of Popular Religion in Contemporary Thailand. Journal of Southeast Asian Studies, 36(3), 461-478.
  • Kitiarsa, P. (2005). The Ghost of Transnational Labour Migration: Death and Other Tragedies of Thai Workers in Singapore. In B. Lorente, N. Piper, S. Hsiu-Hua & B. Yeoh (Eds.), Asian Migrations: Sojourning, Homecoming and Other Travels (pp. 194-220). Singapore: Asia Research Institute.
  • Kitiarsa, P. (2005). Lives of Hunting Dogs: Muai Thai and the Politics of Thai Musculinities. South East Asia Research, 13(1), 57-90.
  • Kitiarsa, P. (2005). Magic Monks and Spirit Mediums in the Politics of Thai Popular Religion. Inter-Asia Cultural Studies, 6(2), 209-225.
  • Kitiarsa, P., & Smutkupt, S. (2004). Rice Festivals in Northeast Thailand. In R. W. Hamilton (Ed.), Art of Rice: Spirit and Sustenance in Asia (pp. 63-75). Seattle: University of Washington Press.
  • Kitiarsa, P. (2002). You May Not Believe, But Never Offend Spirits: Spirit-medium Cults and Popular Media in Modern Thailand. In T. J. C. a. R. King (Ed.), Global Goes Local: Popular Culture in Asia. British Columbia, Canada: University of British Columbia Press.

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