Staff - Academic Faculty

SUPACHAI YAVAPRABHAS
Professor, Department of Public Administration
Dean, Faculty of Political Science
Ph.D. Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University

Research interests: public policy and policy analysis, policy implementation and evaluation, project management.


supachai.yava@gmail.com
Tel/Fax: (+66) 2218 7262

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NARUEMON THABCHUMPON
Lecturer, Dept of Government, Faculty of Political Science
Director, MAIDS Programme
Ph.D. in Politics, University of Leeds, United Kingdom

Research interests: Comparative democratic studies , politics of human rights and development, theory of contemporary democracy, politics of civil society and grassroots movements

junaruemon@hotmail.com
Tel: (+66) 2 218 7232
Fax:(+66) 2 252 6277

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JAKKRIT SANGKHAMANEE


Lecturer, Dept of Sociology and Anthropology, Faculty of Political Science
Deputy-Director, MAIDS Programme
Ph.D. in Anthropology, The Australian National University, Australia

Research Interests: Political and Cultural Ecology, Sociology of Knowledge, Border Studies

 

jakkrit.mail@gmail.com


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SORAVIS JAYANAMA
Associate Professor, Dept of International Relations, Faculty of Political Science
Deputy-Director, MAIDS Programme
M.Sc. in Theory and History of International Relations, London School of Economics and Political Science, UK

Research interests: US foreign relations, Empire, political theory and
continental philosophy, gender studies.

soravis@hotmail.com
Tel.: (+66) 2 218 7279
Fax: (+66) 2 218 7308

CHANTANA BANPASIRICHOTE WUN’GAEO
Associate Professor, Department of Government
Advisor, MAIDS Programme
Ph.D. in Regional Planning and Resource Development, University of Waterloo, Canada

Research interests: Conflict resolution, development politics, public participation & democracy

Teaching in 2005-2006: The Politics of Public Policy (course coordinator), Development Project Management (course coordinator)
Independent Studies (lecturer)

Previously taught: Conflict Resolution (course coordinator),
Development Project Management (course coordinator)

chantana.b@chula.ac.th
Tel: (+66) 2 218 7231
Fax: (+66) 2 218 7200

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PUANGTHONG PAWAKAPAN
Assistant Professor, Dept of International Relations, Faculty of Political Science
Deputy-Director, MAIDS Programme
Ph.D. in History, University of Wollongong, Australia

Research interests: Thai-Cambodian relations, Thai foreign policy, peace and conflict.

Teacher in 2005-2006: Independent Studies (lecturer)
Critical Issues in Development Studies (course coordinator)

lekpuangthong@yahoo.com


AMARA PONGSAPICH
Professor, Department of Anthropology of Sociology
Former Dean, Faculty of Political Science
Ph.D. (Anthropology) University of Washington, Seattle, USA

Research interests: Sociology of religion, development and cultural change, society and culture, women studies, ethnicity.

In 2005-2006: Research Methods in development Studies (lecturer)

Previously: Research Methods in development Studies (course coordinator)

amara.p@chula.ac.th
Tel: (+66) 2 218 7297, (+66) 2 218 7269
Fax: (+66) 2 218 7300

SUPANG CHANTAVANICH
Professor, Dept of Sociology and Anthropology, Faculty of Political Science
Director, Institute of Asian Studies
Ph.D. in Sociology, Grenoble, France

Research interests: Refugees and migration studies, ethnic Chinese studies, sociology of occupations, behavior in local government organizations, sociology of education, qualitative research.

Teaching in 2005-2006: Migration as a development issue (course coordinator)

Previously taught: Migration as a development issue (course coordinator and lecturer)

supang.c@chula.ac.th
Tel: (+66) 2 218 7460
Fax: (+66) 2 255 1124

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SURICHAI WUN’GAEO
Professor, Dept of Sociology and Anthropology,
(Former Program Director, MAIDS, Faculty of Political Science)
Director, Center for Peace and Conflict Studies
Ph.D. Candidate in Sociology, University of Tokyo, Japan

Research interests: Sociology of development, environmentalism and sustainable development, social movements and people’s participation, endogenous social theory

Teaching in 2005-2006: Development Theory and Practice (course coordinator and lecturer)

Previously taught: Development Theory and Practice (lecturer)
Migration as a development issue (lecturer)

surichai.w@chula.ac.th
Tel: (+66) 2 218 7289
Fax: (+66) 2 253 8050

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Lecturer, MAIDS Program
International Researcher, Center for Social Development Studies
Ph.D. Manchester University, UK

Research interests: Politics of environmental policy; political ecology of water, energy and land; environmental justice

Carl.Chulalongkorn@gmail.com

Tel: +66 (0) 2 218 7221

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THITINAN PONGSUDHIRAK
Director of the Institute of Security and International Studies (ISIS)
Former Deputy-Director, MAIDS Programme
Assistant Professor, Dept of International Relations
Ph.D. in International Relations and International Political Economy, London School of Economics, UK

Research interests: Comparative political economy, civil-military relations, politics of East Asian Community/East Asian Summit, ASEAN political and economic cooperation, Thai politics and macro-economy

Teaching in 2004-2005: Globalization and Development in Asia and the Pacific

pongsudhirak@hotmail.com
Tel: (+66) 2 218 7433
Fax: (+66) 2 254 0119

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Staff - Administrative Staff

Mr. Chaiyaporn Singdee - Programme Coordinator
singdele@gmail.com

'Bass' Chaiyaporn joined the MAIDS programme in May 2013 after having completed his post-graduate studies abroad in the United States. He holds a certificate of Asian and Asian American Studies from Stonybrook University, New York and M.A. degree in Southeast Asian Studies from The University of Wisconsin-Madison, Wisconsin.

Mr. Nunthaphaat Chaikositphirom - Programme Officer

oh_maids@hotmail.com

'Oh' Nunthaphaat joined the MAIDS programme in June 2012 after he finished his duties as a general staff at the Deputy Prime Minister Secretariat Office, Government House. Nunthaphaat holds a B.A. degree in Political Science majoring in Politics and Government, with first class honor from the faculty of Political Sciences, Thammasat University.

Mr. Narongdej Phantaphomee - Programme Officer

p.narongdej@gmail.com

'Boyne' Narongdej joined the MAIDS programme in March 2013 after he had finished his M.A. degree in Southeast Asian Studies from The Graduate Studies of Chulalongkorn University. His B.A. degree was from the faculty of Political Sciences majoring in International Relations, Chulalongkorn University.


Ms. Thanaporn Tangwisutthijit - Financial Officer ttang1_wisut@yahoo.com

'Jeab' Thanaporn worked as a Merchandiser for J.C. Penney's Representative Office in Bangkok before joining the MAIDS program in late 2007. For over 10 years she coordinated operations between Thailand and the department store's head office in the United States.

 


Mr. Frans Tarmedi - Research Fellow and Webmaster tarmedif@gmail.com

Frans Tarmedi holds B.A. Degree in International Relations from Universitas Pelita Harapan, Indonesia. M.A. in International Development Studies from Faculty of Political Science, Chulalongkorn University.


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