Racialization and Citizenship in Thai Forest Politics

@article{Vandergeest2003RacializationAC,
  title={Racialization and Citizenship in Thai Forest Politics},
  author={Peter Vandergeest},
  journal={Society & Natural Resources},
  year={2003},
  volume={16},
  pages={19 - 37}
}
The first part of this article argues for the usefulness of the concept of racialization in understanding the intersection between identity and resource politics in Southeast Asia. The production of space through cadastral mapping, forest reservation, and community forests has all been racialized to the degree that these spaces are also associated with naturalized and essentialized ethnic identities. The second part explores the tension between racialization and citizenship in Thailand… Expand
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