A forest community in Ubon Ratchathani Province is determined to resist eviction by the authorities.
A new book on Thai art seeks to historicize contemporary art in the transition from modernity to contemporaneity.
How Isaan men navigate the pitfalls of Thainess in the television show The Face Men Thailand.
This is Part 1 in a series telling stories about how community members’ everyday lives have been affected. In the past two weeks, the threat of rising waters has brought uncertainty to the lives of one community in the form of flooded fields, crop failure, and restoration efforts.
The Isaan Record24/10/2017
Art historian Dr. Bonnie Brereton talks about Buddhist murals as a “democratic vision of society,” and a growing recognition of the shared culture in a region stretching from central Isaan to Laos.
A military court in Khon Kaen yesterday accepted a case against organizers and observers of a forum in 2016 accused of violating the junta’s restriction on public gatherings.
The Isaan Record18/10/2017
A district chief’s order for state agencies to promote the setting up of a potash mine has angered locals, leading to a petition to stop the “propaganda.”
The Isaan Record17/10/2017
Locals affected by pollution from a power plant in Roi Et Province are planning to sue after the number of cases of respiratory diseases more than tripled in the past few years.
The Isaan Record16/10/2017
Journalists, academics, and observers criticized the Thai government’s repression of press freedom at a public forum at Mahasarakham University last month.