Dr. Coeli Barry

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Dr. Coeli Barry

Chair/Lecturer: IHRP MA (International Program)
(For information on the MA program please refer to the IHRP website.)

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Phone: (66) 2-441-0813 ex. 2021



EDUCATION



  • PhD in Comparative Government, Cornell University, USA, 1996
  • Master of Arts in Comparative Government, Cornell University, USA, 1989
  • Bachelor of Arts in University of Pennsylvania, USA, 1982


RESEARCH AND EXPERTISE



  • Culture and rights
  • Politics
  • Theory of rights


PROFESSIONAL PROFILE



Chair, IHRP MA Human Rights (International Program), Mahidol University (2014-Present)

Lecturer, IHRP MA Human Rights (International Program), Mahidol University (2010-Present)

Lecturer, IHRP PhD Human Rights and Peace Studies (International Program), Mahidol University (2010-Present)

Senior Advisor, Visual Anthropology Program, Princess Maha Chakri Sirindhorn Anthropology Centre (2012-2013)

Senior Advisor, Project on Culture and Rights in Thailand, Princess Maha Chakri Sirindhorn Anthropology Centre (2009-2013)

Regional Educational Advising Coordinator, EducationUSA, Department of State (Bureau of Educational and Cultural Affairs) and Institute of International Education, Bangkok (2009)


RECENT PUBLICATIONS



Coeli Barry, 2014, ‘Women Religious and Sociopolitical Change in the Philippines, 1930s-1970s’,  Philippine Studies: Historical and Ethnographic Viewpoints, 62 (3-4), 377-97.

Coeli Barry, 2013, ‘Engaging Cultural Rights in Research, Practice and Policy: Lessons from the Culture and Rights in Thailand Project’, SAC Anthropology Newsletter.

Coeli Barry, 2013, Rights to Culture: Heritage, Language and Community in Thailand, ed., Chiang Mai and Seattle: Silkworm Books and University of Washington Press.

Coeli Barry, 2013, ‘Rights to Culture: An Introduction’ in Coeli Barry, ed. Rights to Culture: Heritage, Language and Community in Thailand, Chiang Mai: Silkworm Books & Seattle: University of Washington Press.

Coeli Barry, 2013, ‘Identifying with fiction: the art and politics of short story writing of Muslim Filipinos” in Hui Yew-Foong, ed., Encountering Islam: The Politics of Religious Identities in Southeast Asia, Singapore: Institute of Southeast Asian Studies.

Coeli Barry, 2010, The Many Ways of Being Muslim: Fiction by Muslim Filipinos, ed., Chiang Mai: Silkworm.


COURSES



  • HPHR 504: Human Rights in Asia (MA International Program)
  • HPHR 506: Human Rights Theory (MA International Program)
  • HPHP 610: Human Rights Theory (PhD International Program)