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Publications - Jackson, Peter

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Journal articles

  • Jackson, P (2012). Review article The political economy of twenty-first century Thai supernaturalism: Comparative perspectives on cross-genderism and limits to hybridity in resurgent Thai spirit mediumship South East Asia Research. Vol. 20 611-622.
  • Jackson, P (2009). Markets, media and magic:Thailand's monarch as a 'virtual diety' Inter-Asia Cultural Studies. Vol. 10 361-380.
  • Jackson, P (2009). Capitalism and Global Queering: National Markets, Parallels among Sexual Cultures, and Multiple Queer Modernities GLQ: A Journal of Lesbian and Gay Studies. Vol. 15 357-395.
  • Jackson, P (2009). Global Queering and Global Queer Theory:Thai[Trans]genders and [Homo]sexualities in World History Autrepart. Vol. 49 15-30.
  • Harrison, R & Jackson, P (2009). Introduction: Siam's /Thailand's constructions of modernity under the influence of the colonial west South East Asia Research. Vol. 17 325-360.
  • Harrison, R & Jackson, P (2009). South East Asia Research -volume 17:3 (Special Issue:Siamese Modernities and the Colonial West) South East Asia Research. Vol. 17:03 ?.
  • Jackson, P (2008). Book review: A Coincidence of Desires: Anthropology, Queer Studies, Indonesia by Tom Boellstorff Intersections: Gender and Sexuality in Asia and the Pacific. Vol. tba tba.
  • Jackson, P (2008). Phutthathat Phikkhu Phutthasatsana Nikai Therawat Lae Kan Patirup Khorng Nak-nawasamainiyom Nai Prathet Thai, (Thai Translation by M Dejnakarintra of 'Buddhadasa: Theravada Buddhism and Modernist Reform in Thailand') Journal of the Royal Institute of Thailand. Vol. 33 May-17.
  • Jackson, P (2008). Thai Semicolonial Hybridities: Bhabha and Garcia Canclini in Dialogue on Power and Cultural Blending Asian Studies Review. Vol. 32 147-170.
  • Jackson, P (2008). South East Asia Research South East Asia Research. Vol. ?.
  • Jackson, P (2008). The World Fellowship of Buddhists Review The World Fellowship of Buddhists Review. Vol. ?.
  • Jackson, P (2008). Journal of Homosexuality Journal of Homosexuality. Vol. ?.
  • Jackson, P (2008). Intersections: Gender and Sexuality in Asia and the Pacific Intersections: Gender and Sexuality in Asia and the Pacific. Vol. ?.
  • Jackson, P (2007). Book Review: Situating Sexualities: Queer Representation in Taiwanese Fiction, Film and Public Culture, by Fran Martin The China Journal. Vol. 57 223-26.
  • Jackson, P & Dejnakarintra, M (2007). Therawat Lae Kan Patirup Khorng Nak-nawasamainiyom Nai Prathet Thai' (Thai Translation by M Dejnakarintra of 'Buddhadasa: Theravada Buddhism and Modernist Reform in Thailand' Journal of the Royal Institute of Thailand. Vol. 32 227-48.
  • Jackson, P & Dejnakarintra, M (2007). Therawat Lae Kan Patirup Khorng Nak-nawasamainiyom Nai Prathet Thai' (Thai Translation by M Dejnakarintra of 'Buddhadasa: Theravada Buddhism and Modernist Reform in Thailand' Journal of the Royal Institute of Thailand. Vol. 31 Mar-26.
  • Jackson, P (2007). Autonomy and Subordination in Thai History: The Case for Semicolonial Analysis Inter-Asia Cultural Studies. Vol. 8 329-48.
  • Jackson, P (2007). Therawat Lae Kan Patirup Khorng Nak-nawasamainiyom Nai Prathet Thai' (Thai Translation by M Dejnakarintra of 'Buddhadasa: Theravada Buddhism and Modernist Reform in Thailand' Journal of the Royal Institute of Thailand. Vol. 32 697-717.
  • Jackson, P & Dejnakarintra, M (2007). Therawat Lae Kan Patirup Khorng Nak-nawasamainiyom Nai Prathet Thai' (Thai Translation by M Dejnakarintra of 'Buddhadasa: Theravada Buddhism and Modernist Reform in Thailand' Journal of the Royal Institute of Thailand. Vol. 32 475-492.
  • Jackson, P & Dejnakarintra, M (2006). Therawat Lae Kan Patirup Khorng Nak-nawasamainiyom Nai Prathet Thai' (Thai Translation by M Dejnakarintra of 'Buddhadasa: Theravada Buddhism and Modernist Reform in Thailand' Journal of the Royal Institute of Thailand. Vol. 31 1025-49.
  • Jackson, P & Dejnakarintra, M (2006). Therawat Lae Kan Patirup Khorng Nak-nawasamainiyom Nai Prathet Thai' (Thai Translation by M Dejnakarintra of 'Buddhadasa: Theravada Buddhism and Modernist Reform in Thailand' Journal of the Royal Institute of Thailand. Vol. 31 679-709.
  • Jackson, P & Dejnakarintra, M (2006). Therawat Lae Kan Patirup Khorng Nak-nawasamainiyom Nai Prathet Thai' (Thai Translation by M Dejnakarintra of 'Buddhadasa: Theravada Buddhism and Modernist Reform in Thailand' Journal of the Royal Institute of Thailand. Vol. 31 341-54.
  • Jackson, P & Dejnakarintra, M (2006). Therawat Lae Kan Patirup Khorng Nak-nawasamainiyom Nai Prathet Thai' (Thai Translation by M Dejnakarintra of 'Buddhadasa: Theravada Buddhism and Modernist Reform in Thailand', Introduction of P Jackson's PhD thesis) Journal of the Royal Institute of Thailand. Vol. 31 36-47.
  • Jackson, P (2006). Why I'm a Foucauldian Sojourn. Vol. 21 113-123.
  • Jackson, P (2006). Review of Colonialism and Homosexuality by Robert Aldrich Journal of Pacific History. Vol. 41 115-16.
  • Jackson, P (2005). Review of The Third Sex: Kathoey - Thailand's Ladyboys by Richard Totman Journal of the Siam Society. Vol. 3 316-18.
  • Jackson, P (2005). Semicoloniality, Translation and Excess in Thai cultural Studies South East Asia Research. Vol. 13 Jul-41.
  • Jackson, P (2004). The Thai Regime of Images Sojourn. Vol. 19 181-218.
  • Jackson, P (2004). The Performative State: Semi-coloniality and the Tyranny of Images in Modern Thailand Sojourn. Vol. 19 219-253.
  • Jackson, P (2004). Thai Genders and the Limits of Western Gender Theory, Review Essay of Materializing Thailand Intersections: Gender and Sexuality in Asia and the Pacific. Vol. 1-Jul.
  • Jackson, P (2004). Phet: Watthakam Pheun-meuang Khorng Thai, Thammai Torng Prap-prung Thareutsadi Foucault Nai Kan-seuksa Watthanatham Thai (Phet: An Indigenous Thai Discourse, Why Foucaults Theory of Sexuality Must Be Adapted in Studying Thai Culture) Warasan Phasa Lae Watthanatham (Journal of Language and Culture). Vol. 23 57-66.
  • Jackson, P (2004). The tapestry of language and theory: Reading Rosalind Morris on post-structuralism and Thai modernity South East Asia Research. Vol. 12 337-377.
  • Jackson, P (2003). Book Review: Global Divas: Filipino Gay Men in the Diaspora Journal of Southeast Asian Studies. Vol. 36 328-30.
  • Jackson, P (2003). Space, Theory, and Hegemony: The Dual Crises of Asian Area Studies and Cultural Studies Sojourn. Vol. 18 Jan-41.
  • Jackson, P (2003). Mapping Poststructuralisms Borders: The Case for Poststructuralist Area Studies Sojourn. Vol. 18 42-88.
  • Jackson, P (2003). Performative Genders, Perverse Desires: A Bio-History of Thailand's Same-Sex and Transgender Cultures Intersections: Gender and Sexuality in Asia and the Pacific. Vol. 9 Jan-52.
  • Jackson, P (2001). Book Review: Cartographies of Desire: Male Sexuality in Japanese Discourse, 1600-1950 by Gregory M Pflugfelder Indian Journal of Gender Studies. Vol. 10 102-04.
  • Jackson, P (2001). Interpreting Sambia Masculine Erotics: A question of sexuality or of gender? Review essay of Sambia sexual culture: essays from the field by Gilbert Herdt Asia Pacific Journal of Anthropology, The. Vol. 2 109-113.
  • Johnson, M, Jackson, P & Herdt, G (2000). Critical Regionalities and the Study of Gender and Sexual Diversity in South East and East Asia Culture, Health and Sexuality. Vol. 2 361-376.
  • Jackson, P (2000). Thats What Rice Queens Study! White Gay Desire and Representing Asian Homosexualities Journal of Australian Studies, Australian Cultural History; Special Joint Issue: Diaspora: Negotiating Asian-Australia. Vol. n/a 181-89.
  • Jackson, P (2000). An Explosion of Thai Identities: Global Queering and Reimagining Queer Theory Culture, Health and Sexuality. Vol. 2 405-424.
  • Jackson, P (2000). Buddhadasa Bhikkhu; His Last Days and his Legacy Journal of the Siam Society. Vol. 82 103-113.
  • Jackson, P (1999). Spurning Alphonso Lingis Thai Lust: The Perils of a Philospher at Large Intersections: Gender and Sexuality in Asia and the Pacific. Vol. ? N/A.
  • Jackson, P (1999). An American Death in Bangkok: The Murder of Darrell Berrigan and the Hybrid Origins of Gay Identity in 1960s Thailand GLQ: A Journal of Lesbian and Gay Studies. Vol. 5 361-411.
  • Jackson, P (1999). The Enchanting Spirit of Thai Capitalism: The Cult of Luang Phor Khoon and the Postmodernisation of Thai Buddhism South East Asia Research. Vol. 7 May-60.
  • Jackson, P (1997). Thai Research on Male Homosexuality and Transgenderism and the Cultural Limits of Foucaultian Analysis Journal of the History of Sexuality. Vol. 8 52-85.

Books

  • Duangwises, N & Jackson, P (2013). Phet Lak Chet-si: Phahuwattanatham Thang-phet Nai Sangkhom Thai - Cultural Pluralism and Sex/Gender Diversity in Thailand . Bangkok: Princess Sirindhorn Anthropology Centre.
  • Boonmongkon, P & Jackson, P (2012). Thai Sex Talk: The Language of Sex and Sexuality in Thailand . Chiang Mai Thailand: Mekong Press.
  • Jackson, P (2011). Queer Bangkok: Twenty-First-Century Markets, Media, and Rights . Hong Kong China: Hong Kong University Press.
  • Harrison, R & Jackson, P (2010). The Ambiguous Allure of the West: Traces of the Colonial in Thailand . Hong Kong: Hong Kong University Press.
  • Jackson, P & Duanwises, N (2009). Thai Gay and Kathoey Media: Claiming Space for Voices of Sexual and Gender Diversity . Bangkok: Thai Health Promotion Foundation.
  • Jackson, P (2008). Queer Asia monograph series . Hong Kong: Hong Kong University Press.
  • Jackson, P, Martin, F, McLelland, M et al (2008). Asia PacifiQueer: Rethinking Genders and Sexualities . Urbana & Chicago: University of Illinois Press.
  • Jackson, P (2003). Buddhadasa: Theravada Buddhism and Modernist Reform in Thailand . Thailand: Silkworm Books.
  • Sullivan, G & Jackson, P (2001). Gay and Lesbian Asia: Culture, Identity, Community . Binghamton NY: Harrington Park Press.

Book chapters

  • Jackson, P (2013). Cultural Pluralism and Sex/Gender Diversity in Thailand: Introduction. In Narupon Duangwises & Peter Jackson (Ed.), Phet Lak Chet-si: Phahuwattanatham Thang-phet Nai Sangkhom Thai - Cultural Pluralism and Sex/Gender Diversity in Thailand (pp. 14-27) Bangkok: Princess Sirindhorn Anthropology Centre.
  • Jackson, P (2011). Capitalism, LGBT Activism, and Queer Autonomy in Thailand. In Peter A. Jackson (Ed.), Queer Bangkok: Twenty-First-Century Markets, Media, and Rights (pp. 195-204) Hong Kong China: Hong Kong University Press.
  • Jackson, P (2011). Bangkok's early Twenty-First-Century Queer Boom. In Peter A. Jackson (Ed.), Queer Bangkok: Twenty-First-Century Markets, Media, and Rights (pp. 17-42) Hong Kong China: Hong Kong University Press.
  • Jackson, P (2011). Queer Bangkok after the Millennium; Beyond Twentieth-Century Paradigms. In Peter A. Jackson (Ed.), Queer Bangkok: Twenty-First-Century Markets, Media, and Rights (pp. Jan-14) Hong Kong China: Hong Kong University Press.
  • Jackson, P (2010). Virtual Divinity: A 21st Century Discourse of Thai Royal Influence. In Soren Ivarsson and Lotte Isager (Ed.), Saying the Unsayable: Monarchy and Democracy in Thailand (pp. 29-60) Copenhagen, Denmark: NIAS Press.
  • Jackson, P (2010). Thai (trans)genders and (homo)sexualities in a global context. In Peter Aggleton and Richard Parker (Ed.), Routledge Handbook of Sexuality, Health and Rights (pp. 88-96) Abingdon and New York: Routledge, Taylor & Francis Group.
  • Jackson, P (2010). Afterword: Postcolonial theories and Thai semicolonial hybridities. In Rachel V Harrison and Peter A Jackson (Ed.), The Ambiguous Allure of the West: Traces of the Colonial in Thailand (pp. 187-205) Hong Kong: Hong Kong University Press.
  • Jackson, P (2010). The ambiguities of semicolonial power in Thailand. In Rachel V Harrison and Peter A Jackson (Ed.), The Ambiguous Allure of the West: Traces of the Colonial in Thailand (pp. 37-56) Hong Kong: Hong Kong University Press.
  • Jackson, P, Martin, F, McLelland, M et al (2008). Introduction [to AsiaPacifiQueer: Rethinking Genders and Sexualities]. In Fran Martin, Peter A Jackson, Mark McLelland, Audrey Yue (Ed.), Asia PacifiQueer: Rethinking Genders and Sexualities (pp. Jan-27) Urbana & Chicago: University of Illinois Press.
  • Jackson, P (2007). An explosion of Thai identities: Global queering and re-imaging queer theory. In Richard Parker and Peter Aggleton (Ed.), Cuture, Society and Sexuality (2nd ed) (pp. 341-357) Oxon: Routledge, Taylor & Francis Group.
  • Jackson, P (2005). Thun-niyom Choeng-phut Pen Jing Dai Mai? Naew-khit Than Phutthathat Kap Patikiriya Chao Thai Tor Thun-niyom Lokaphiwat (Is Buddhist Capitalism Possible? Buddhadasa's Thought and Thai Responses to Globalising Capitalism), translated into Thai by Suwida Sa. In (Ed.), 99 Pi Phutthatat Phikkhu: Sasana Kap Fisik Mai (Buddhadasa's 99th Anniversary: Religion and the New Physics (pp. 31-53) Bangkok: Sathaban Withithat.
  • Jackson, P (2005). Kan-rabert Kheun Khorng Attalak Thang-phet Nai Sangkhom Thai Kap Kan-tha-thai Lokaphiwat Gay Lae Thritsadi Phet Thi Taek-tang Khorng Tawan Tok (translation of P Jackson's journal article 'An Explosion of Thai Identities: Global Queering and Reimagining Que. In Kritaya Archavanichkul & Wanna Thorngsima (Ed.), Phu-ying Nai Wathakam Sitthi Thang-phet [Women in sexual rights discourse] (pp. 216-256) Chiang Mai: Chiang Mai University.
  • Jackson, P (2005). 'Kan-wijai Khorng Thai Reuang Rakruamphet Lae Kan Kham Phet Kap Khor Jamkat Thang Watthanatham Khorng Naew Wikhroh Baep Fuko' ( transl of P Jackson's article, 'Thai Research on Male Homosexuality and Transgenderism and the Cultural Limits of Foucaultian An. In Kanjana Kaewthep, Pharitsara Sae Kuay, Wanna Thorngsima (Ed.), Thang Rak Thang Khrai Thang Chai Khwam Runraeng Tor Phuying [Love, desire and violence against women] (pp. 371-427) Thailand: Chiang Mai University.
  • Jackson, P (2004). Gay Adaptation, Tom-Dee Resistance, and Kathoey Indifference: Thailands Gender/Sex Minorities and the Episodic Allure of Queer English. In William L. Leap and Tom Boellstorff (Ed.), Speaking in Queer Tongues: Globalization and Gay Languages (pp. 202-230) Urbana and Chicago: University of Illinois Press.
  • Jackson, P (2003). Gay Capitals in Global Gay History: Cities, Local Markets, and the Origins of Bangkok's Same-Sex Cultures. In Ryan Bishop, John Phillips and Wei-Wei Yeo (Ed.), Postcolonial Urbanism: Southeast Asian Cities and Global Processes (pp. 151-163) New York and Great Britain: Routledge, Taylor & Francis Group.
  • Jackson, P (2002). Offending Images: Gender and Sexual Minorities, and State Control of the Media in Thailand. In Russell H K Heng (Ed.), Media Fortunes, Changing Times: ASEAN States in Transition (pp. 201-230) Singapore: Institute of Southeast Asian Studies (ISEAS).
  • Jackson, P (2001). Pre-Gay, Post-Queer: Thai Perspectives on Proliferating Gender/Sex Diversity in Asia. In G Sullivan and P A Jackson (Ed.), Gay and Lesbian Asia: Culture, Identity, Community (pp. Jan-25) Binghamton NY: Harrington Park Press.

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