M.A. Thai Studies Courses 
Second Semester Academic Year 2014 


Courses in Thai Studies

Instructor or Coordinator

Type of courses

2200602
Contemporary Thailand

Asst. Prof. Carina Chotirawe

Compulsory

22006003
Thai Buddhism

Assoc. Prof. Suwanna Satha-Anand, Ph.D.
Ajarn Potpreecha Cholvijarn

Compulsory

2200648
Conflicts and Resolution in Thai Society

Ajarn Suphatmet Yunyasit, Ph.D.

Elective

2200703
Independent Study

Depending on your subject

Elective

2200702
Directed Reading in Thai Studies

Depending on your subject

Elective

2200811
Thesis

Depending on your subject

 Thesis

Courses in Southeast Asian Studies


Courses in Southeast Asian Studies

Instructor / Coordinator

Type of courses

2015706
Modern Southeast Asia: Colonialism, Nationalism and Democratization

Assoc. Prof. Sunait Chutintaranond, Ph.D.

Compulsory

2015710
Research Methodology in
Southeast Asian Studies

Mrs. Saikaew Thipakorn, Ph.D.

Compulsory

2015721
Urbanization in Southeast Asia

Mr. Bharat Dahiya, Ph.D.

Elective

2015752
Special Topic in Southeast Asia: Myanmar

Miss Gwen Robinson

Elective

 

Thai and Southeast Asian Studies Program Class Schedule
Second Semester of Academic Year 2014    

Day

09.00-12.00

13.00-16.00

Monday

2015721
Urbanization in Southeast Asia
Mr.Bharat Dahiya, Ph.D.

(Room 601/7, 6th Floor,
Maha Chakri Sirindhorn Bldg.)

(Southeast Asian Studies) *

 

2200648
Conflicts and Resolution in Thai Society
Ajarn Suphatmet Yunyasit, Ph.D.

(Room 601/7, 6th Floor,
Maha Chakri Sirindhorn Bldg.)

(Thai Studies)

Tuesday

 

22006003
Thai Buddhism
Assoc. Prof. Suwanna Satha-anand, Ph.D.
Ajarn Potpreecha Cholvijarn

(Room 601/3, 6th Floor,
Maha Chakri Sirindhorn Bldg.)

(Thai Studies)

Wednesday

 

 

2200602
Contemporary Thailand
Asst. Prof. Carina Chotirawe, Ph.D.

(Room 601/9, 6th Floor,
Maha Chakri Sirindhorn Bldg.)

(Thai Studies)

 

Thursday

2015706
Modern SEA: Colonialism, Nationalism and Democratization
Assoc. Prof. Sunait Chutintaranond, Ph.D.

(Room 601/9, 6th Floor,
Maha Chakri Sirindhorn Bldg.)

(Southeast Asian Studies) *

 

Friday

2015710
Research Methodology in SEA Studies
Mrs. Saikaew Thipakorn, Ph.D.

(Room 601/5, 6th Floor,
Maha Chakri Sirindhorn Bldg.)

(Southeast Asian Studies) *

2015752
Special Topic in Southeast Asia: Myanmar
Miss Gwen Robinson

(Room 601/5, 6th Floor,
Maha Chakri Sirindhorn Bldg.)

(Southeast Asian Studies) *

*Remarks In the M.A. Thai Studies curriculum, starting academic year 2010, Thai Studies students are allowed to take courses from Southeast Asian Studies Program offered in any semesters for the whole program; however, not more than 2 courses (6 credits).

 

M.A. Thai Studies Courses 
First Semester Academic Year 2014  (11th August 2014 - 13th December 2014)   


Courses in Thai Studies

Instructor or Coordinator

Type of courses

2200601   Modernization and Traditional Society in Thailand

Wasana  Wongsurawat, Ph.D.

Compulsory

2200627   Thai Language in Its Social and Cultural Context

Prof.Amara Prasithrathsint, Ph.D.

Elective

2200633
Special Topics in Thai Studies: Thai Politics

Michael H. Nelson, Ph.D.

Elective

2200702 
Directed Reading in Thai Studies

Depending on your subject

Elective

2200703
 Independent Study

Depending on your subject

Elective

2200811 
Thesis

Depending on your subject

For Thesis Writing

Courses in Southeast Asian Studies


Courses in Southeast Asian Studies

Instructor or Coordinator

Type of courses

2015704 
Southeast Asia Civilization

Assoc. Prof. Sunait Chutintaranond, Ph.D.

Compulsory

2015708 
ASEAN in Regional and Global Context

Saikaew Thipakorn, Ph.D.

Compulsory

2015 734 
Southeast Asian Theatre and Film

Assoc. Prof. Pornrat Damrhung

Elective

2015752 
Special Topics on Southeast Asia: Thai Politics

Michael H. Nelson, Ph.D.

Elective

Thai and Southeast Asian Studies Program Class Schedule
First Semester of Academic Year 2014    

Day

09.00-12.00

13.00-16.00

Monday

2015752
Special Topics on Southeast Asia: 
Thai Politics
Mr. Michael H. Nelson, Ph.D.

(Classroom 601/25, 6th Floor, Mahachakri Sirindhorn Building)
*Class is arranged every other week.
 (Southeast Asian Studies) *

Tuesday

2015708
ASEAN in Regional and Global Context


Prof. Withaya  Sucharithanarugse, Ph.D.
(Classroom 601/25, 6th Floor, Mahachakri Sirindhorn Building)
(Southeast Asian Studies) *

2200627   
Thai Language in Its Social and Cultural Context
Prof. Amara Prasithrathsint, Ph.D.
(Classroom 501/17, 5th Floor, Mahachakri Sirindhorn Building)
(Thai Studies)

Wednesday

-

-

 

Thursday

2015708
Southeast Asian Civilization
 

Assoc. Prof. Sunait Chutintaranond, Ph.D. 
(Classroom 601/25, 6th Floor, Mahachakri Sirindhorn Building)
(Southeast Asian Studies) *

 

Friday

2015 734 
Southeast Asian Theatre and Film 

Assoc. Prof. Pornrat Damrhung
(Classroom 401/4, 4th Floor, Mahachakri Sirindhorn Building)
(Southeast Asian Studies) *

2200601   
Modernization and Traditional Society in Thailand
Wasana Wongsurawat, Ph.D.
(Classroom 401/16, 4th Floor, Mahachakri Sirindhorn Building)
(Thai Studies)

*Remarks In the M.A. Thai Studies curriculum, starting academic year 2010, Thai Studies students are allowed to take courses from Southeast Asian Studies Program offered in any semesters for the whole program; however, not more than 2 courses (6 credits).