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Visiting Fellows. (2009-Present)
The Social Research Institute welcomes researchers from other countries who are interested in doing social research in Thailand on condition that the topic of their research has relevance to those undertaken by the Institute. The visiting fellows are expected to work together with counterparts at the Institute. At present, 3-6 visiting researchers are received each year. When the research is completed, a conference is held to present the results of the study which will be published in the Institute’s Journal later on

Mr.GregoryS.Gullette

Status : Visiting Scholar
Admission date/Expiration date : October 2012 – present
Education Level : Doctor of Philosophy in Environmental and Ecological Anthropology
Research Project Title : 1. Co-authoring at least 2 articles with CUSRI researchers.
2. Giving at least 3 lectures on urbanity, migration and qualitative data analysis (Qualitative data analysis by using NVivo and other programs, etc.)
3. Teaching
4. Decentralized
Affiliation :
Country : USA
Place of Stay in Thailand : Santa Clara University

 

Mr. Ryota Wakasone

Status : Visiting Scholar
Admission date/Expiration date : May 2009 – October 2010
Education Level : doctorate
Research Project Title : Comparative History of Village Community in Japan and Thailand in the Formative Period in the Modern Society : from the Aspect of Popular Weltanschauung and Popular Movement (Kabot Phu Mii Bun)
Affiliation : Hosei   University
Country : Japan
Place of Stay in Thailand : Su Pan Maenchan 611 room Thanon Rang Nam Khwaeng Phaya Thai Khet Ratchathewi Bangkok 10400

 

Mr.Olivier  Ferrari

Status : Visiting Scholar
Admission date/Expiration date : October 2009 –
September 2011
Education Level : doctorate
Research Project Title : Cultural dynamics and social resilience : Research and methods for a new approach to the relation between men and its environment
Affiliation : IRASEC
Country : Switzerland
Place of Stay in Thailand :

 

Mr. Yuki Suzuki

Status : student
Admission date/Expiration date : January 2006 – March 2010
Education Level : Doctor’s degree M.D. in Area Studies
Research Project Title : Life Strategies of the ‘Sea People’ in Thailand : a Study on the Process of Moken and Moklen Community Reconstruction after the Tsunami – 2004
Affiliation : Sophia University
Country : Japan
Place of Stay in Thailand : Supun Mansion Room 611 Rangnam Rd. Payatai, Ratchadhevi Bangkok 10400

 

Mr. Masao Imamura

Status : Visiting Scholar
Admission date/Expiration date : October 2007 – February 2012
Education Level : Master’s degree M.A. of Arts in Liberal Art
Research Project Title : Burmese Migrants’ Strategies for Sustainable Livelihood
and Security in Thailand
Affiliation :
Country : Japan
Place of Stay in Thailand : 6/6 Anunsawarising 2, Tanon Chiang Mai-Lampang, Tambon Chang Phuak, Ampher Muang, Chiang Mai, 50300

 

Ms. Andrea Perchthaler

Status : Visiting Scholar
Admission date/Expiration date : September 2008 – January 2010
Education Level : Master’s degree
Research Project Title : Participatory Approaches to Informal settlement development in Bangkok
Affiliation :
Country : Austria
Place of Stay in Thailand : Wittayaniwet Chulalongkorn University

 

 

Mr. Kwok – Leung Steve Chan

Status : Visiting Scholar
Admission date/Expiration date : September 2008 – November 2009
Education Level : Master’s degree
Research Project Title : Neighbourhood Effects and Social Network in Urban
Slums of Bangkok
Affiliation :
Country : Hong Kong
Place of Stay in Thailand : Wittayaniwet Chulalongkorn University