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Contributor’s profile: Dean Meyers

Dean Meyers.

Dean M. Meyers is presently an independent scholar living in Thailand but for many years (1982–2000) lectured in Southeast Asian History at the Comparative Culture Faculty of Sophia University, Tokyo, Japan. His research interests have principally centered on late 19th and early 20th century political relations between the rival colonial powers in mainland Southeast Asia, namely France and Britain, the peoples and polities of the region, and an increasingly influential Japan.

Current projects include research regarding French and British involvement with Siam during the critical period at the end of the 19th century when that ancient state managed, just barely, to retain its national sovereignty, and subsequently transformed itself into a modern nation. E-mail contact: dean@banglanung.com.



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