Author/Editor: Sinith Sittirak

Biography

Sinith Sittirak is a lecturer at the Faculty of Journalism and Mass Communications at Thammasat University, Bangkok, Thailand. She is a feminist and environmentalist who has authored Prostitution and Development in Thailand, The Rise of Thai Television (1950-1957). Her most recent publication is Daughters of Development: Women in the Changing Environment (1999). She is currently doing a PhD in Women's Studies at the University of Victoria, Wellington, on reclaiming the voices of rural women in Thailand.



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Daughters of Development, The

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Accidents of Composition

Accidents of Composition


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Gardasil

Gardasil


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Lady of the Realm

Lady of the Realm


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We Go Around in the Night and Are Consumed by Fire

We Go Around in the Night and Are Consumed by Fire


Jules Grant

This stunning literary debut, voiced by a lesbian gangster Donna and her streetwise daughter Aurora, is steeped in the...


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