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Grant Evans

Grant Evans is a senior research fellow in anthropology at the École Française d’Extrême-Orient, Vientiane, Laos. For many years he was a professor of anthropology at the University of Hong Kong. His books have focused on Laos; from peasant studies to ‘royal studies’, political ritual and memory, and more generally Lao history. On the region; an early book with Kelvin Rowley, Red Brotherhood at War; a collection, Where China Meets Southeast Asia; and Hong Kong: the Anthropology of a Chinese Metropolis edited with Maria Tam. Several books have been translated into Asian languages, including Asia’s Cultural Mosaic: An Anthropological Introduction.

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