The Myanmar Research Centre's publications list provides you with a list of scholarly publications from our academic and PhD members.

မြန်မာသုတေသနဌာန၏ ထုတ်ဝေမှုများစာရင်းတွင် ကျွန်ုပ်တို့၏ ပညာရှင်များနှင့် ပါရဂူကျောင်းသားများ၏ ပညာရပ်ဆိုင်ရာထုတ်ဝေမှုများအား ဖော်ပြထားပါသည်။

Repossesing Shanland
Approx 5 mill people in SE Asia identify as Shan. Though they were promised an independent state in the 1947 Union of Burma constitution, successive military governments blocked their liberation.
Doing Research in Myanmar
This report offers a holistic understanding of how the research landscape works in Myanmar, to ensure that actions and reforms are informed by contextualised knowledge of the local environment.
Toxic tomatoes
In this special issue of The Journal of Burma Studies Anthea Snowsill uses object biography to explore the life of the Inle tomato & the world it inhabits in its movements through three phases of life
Living with Myanmar v3
Conference publications from the 2019 Myanmar Update.
Journal of contemporary Asia
Collective violence wracked Myanmar from 2012 to 2014. Overwhelmingly, Buddhists attacked Muslims. This article categorises the violence as a “communal" expression.
Burma, Kipling and Western Music
This book explores how Western perceptions of Burma were influenced by the popular music of the day.
Conflict in Myanmar
As Myanmar’s military adjusts to life with its former opponents holding elected office, this book showcases innovative research by a rising generation of scholars, analysts and practitioners.
Opposing the rule of law
The first significant study of courts in contemporary Myanmar, it sheds new light on the politics of courts, and sharply illuminates the tension between the demand for law & the imperatives of order.