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Southeast Asian Anti-Imperialist Feminism(s): An Introductory Study Manual
In the Spring semester 2021 Victoria M. Huynh, Tracy Bartolome, and Khin Thazin worked with Professor Tomas Crowder-Taraborrelli in an independent study on Southeast Asian Anti-imperialist Feminisms and created a study guide in response to their discussions and readings. They wished to share the list of recommended readings with other students, so the resources are made accessible here. They wrote, "With a focus on Southeast Asia as a geopolitical region, with its varied conditions across mainland Southeast Asia (formerly Indochina, including Cambodia, Laos, Myanmar, Malaysia, Thailand and Vietnam) and maritime Southeast Asia (Brunei, East Malaysia, East Timor, Indonesia, Philippines and Singapore), our independent study culminates in a final project to create a revolutionary feminist study manual. Based on our class discussions, reflections, content and materials relevant to the course, the study manual will document and consolidate specific resources - such as books, articles and visual materials."