Dr. Suphatmet Yunyasit

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Dr.Suphatmet Yunyasit

Lecturer: IHRP MA (Thai Program)

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Phone: (66) 2-441-0813 ex. 2135



EDUCATION



  • PhD in Anthropology and Sociology, The National University of Malaysia (UKM), Malaysia, 2012  (Passed with Excellence and Received Best Thesis Award)
  • International Master's in Regional Integration, Universidad Autónoma de Madrid, Spain, 2003
  • International Master's in Regional Integration, Asia-Europe Institute, University of Malaya, Malaysia, 2003
  • Bachelor of Arts in Spanish (2nd Class Honor), Department of Western Languages, Faculty of Arts, จChulalongkorn University, Thailand, 2001


RESEARCH AND EXPERTISE



  • Community theory
  • Identity formation and maintenance
  • Urban anthropology
  • Anthropology of peace
  • Peace building process
  • Inter-ethnic interaction
  • Majority-minority interaction
  • Ethnic minority group
  • Culture and peace
  • Southeast Asian studies
  • Malaysian studies, the Siamese and other minority groups of Malaysia,
  • Ethno-cultural conflicts in Southeast Asia
  • Conflict transformation in Southeast Asian context


PROFESSIONAL PROFILE



Chairperson, Institute of Human Rights and Peace Studies, Mahidol University (February 2015 – present)

Lecturer, Institute of Human Rights and Peace Studies, Mahidol University (July 2012 – present)

Committee Member, Institute for Human Rights and Peace Studies Master of Arts Human Rights (International Program), Mahidol University (2013 – 2014)

Guest Lecturer and Course Coordinator, Thai Studies Center, Faculty of Arts, Chulalongkorn University (June 2013-present)


RECENT PUBLICATIONS


Yunyasit, S 2013, ‘Khon sayam khong Malaysia: kwam chiem yong kong song pan din’ (The Siamese of


Malaysia: Linkage of two lands)’ in Prachakorn lae sangkom ASEAN: kwam tha tai lae okart (ASEAN people and society: challenges and opportunities), eds Thawesit, S & Sanphuwan, M & Chuenwan, S , Institute of Population and Social Research, Mahidol University, Nakhon Pathom,  pp. 83-100


Galtung, J 2004,Transcend &transform: An introduction to conflict work, trans. Arya, G, Yunyasit, S,

Kongsub, A & Buranacharoenkij, D 2014, Ammarin Printing and Publishing, Bangkok


Lederach, JP &  Lederach, AJ 2010. When blood and bones cry out: journeys through the soundscape of

healing and reconciliation, trans. Arya, G, Yunyasit, S, Kongsub, A & Buranacharoenkij, D  (upcoming 2015)


COURSES



  • HPRP 504: Research Method in Human Rights and Peace (MA Thai & International program)
  • HPRP 518: Conflict Transformation in Thai Context (MA Thai program)
  • PBPS 101: Conflict Transformation by Peaceful Means (undergrad course)
  • PBPS 102: Society, War and Peace (undergrad course)
  • 2200648: Conflict and Resolution in Thai Society (International Master's program), Thai Studies Center, Faculty of Arts, Chulalongkorn University


RESEARCH PROJECTS



  • Away from Home: A Case Study on the Perception of Violent Conflict in Their Homeland of Mahidol University Students from Three Southernmost Provinces (October 2013-March 2015)
  • The Study on the Current State and Usage of Melayu Language and History of Thai Southernmost Region (January-September 2013)


OTHER NON-ACADEMIC ARTICLES



Yunyasit, S 2014, ‘Ngeam pratu do mahawittayalai channum nai Malaysia’ (Take a quick peek at leading

Malaysian universities), Khao Sapha Khanajarn, Vol.  40, No. 6 pp. 3-4. Available from: http://www.senate.mahidol.ac.th/th/newsletter.html (1 June 2014)


Yunyasit, S 2014, ‘Malaysia kab pan pattana mahawittayalai hai dai mattrathan lok’ (Malaysia and its

plan to upgrade universities to reach world-class standard), Khao Sapha Khanajarn, Vol.  40, No. 7 pp. 3-4. Available from: http://www.senate.mahidol.ac.th/th/newsletter.html (1 July 2014)