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Dr. Padtheera Narkurairattana
Lecturer: IHRP MA (Thai Program)
RESEARCH AND EXPERTISE
Lecturer, Institute of Human Rights and Peace Studies, Mahidol University, Thailand (2014-Present)
Lecturer, Public Administration Program, Rajabhat University, Thailand, (2005-2010)
Teacher Assistant, Master of Leadership Program, Rangsit University, Thailand (2007-2009)
Co-Lecturer, Leadership Program (online), Rangsit University, Thailand (2007-2009)
Teacher Assistant & Tutor, Political Communication Master's Degree, Krirk University, Thailand (2006-2007)
Assistant Researcher, Department of International Relations, Ramkhamhaeng University, Thailand (2004)
Padtheera Narkurairattana. (2014). Education programmes for non-violence and strengthening relationships across the ethnic and religious divide in Southern Thailand: An initiative experiment of teaching cultural fluency in catholic schools in Pattani. An article presented to Regional Consultation Meeting on Education and Resilience in East Asia and The Pacific: Developing Guidance for Programmes and Policies that Promote Social Cohesion and Comprehensive School Safety, 4-7th November 2014. At SEOMEO Innotech, Quezon City, Philippines. 4th November 2014.
Padtheera Narkurairattana. (2014). At the Catholic’s house and negotiated lives in the Malay Muslim majority and deadly violence. An article presented to 40th Anniversary of Faculty of Humanities and Social Science, PSU Pattani. At Lee Garden Plaza. 23rd October 2014.(In Thai)
Padtheera Narkurairattana. (July – September 2014). (Re)Reading Political Fictions of Thailand’s Southernmost Provinces: A Study on How Short Political Fictions Published Under a Decade of Violence (2004-2014) Reflect the Way People Coexist in a Multicultural, Violence-ridden Society. Rusamilae 35(3), pp. 9-22.(In Thai)
Padtheera Narkurairattana. (April-September 2012). The magic of numbers and the politics of (in)visibility: A preliminary findings on Catholics in the three southernmost provinces of Thailand. Thai Khadee 9(2), pp.156-187. (In Thai).
Padtheera Narkurairattana. (2011). A practice of reading the important short stories and the way of living in multicultural society from the political short stories about Southern Thailand Violence 2004-2008. 12nd National Conference on Political Science an Public Administration, 8-9 December, 2011. At Centara Duangtawan Hotel, Hosted by Chiang Mai University Thailand.(In Thai)
Padtheera Narkurairattana. (2010). On harmonious living in the multi religious, ethnic, and cultural society in the context of deadly conflict, in the southernmost of Thailand: A case study of the Catholics as a sub-minority group. A presentation to 11st National Conference on Political Science an Public Administration, 25-26 November, 2010. At the College of Politics and Governance Mahasarakham University, Mahasarakham, Thailand.
Padtheera Narkurairattana. (2010). Catholics as a sub-minority group and the Life in violent society, three southern provinces of Thailand. Interdisciplinary Annual Report and Presentation, 6 October 2010. At Thammasat University, Bangkok. Thailand. (In Thai)
Padtheera Narkurairattana. (2010). Living with Violence: A Preliminary Study of “Sub-minority Group”, the Catholics, in the Three Southernmost of Thailand. A presentation to The Royal Golden Jubilee International Seminar Series LXX, February 19, 2010, At Walailak University. Nakhon Sri Thammarat, Thailand.
Padtheera Narkurairattana. (2008).“Politics of Violence : To examine the way to fight against the Government by non-violence ,a case study of yellow-shirt invading Government House” .9th National conference of Politics and Public Administration. 2-3 December, 2008 At Chulalongkorn University. Bangkok, Thailand.
Padtheera Narkurairattana. (2008). The vision of Leaders and the national progression : Is this significant moment for Thai? Southeast Current, 5(54), June 2008. (In Thai)
Padtheera Narkurairattana.(2002). The impacts on human resources development from unmarriage cohabitation student’s attitude. 2nd National Conference of Political Science and Public Administration. 8-9 April 2002. At Ramkhamhaeng University. Bangkok, Thailand.
HPRP 510: Current issues on Human Rights and/or Peace (MA Thai Program)