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Title Ethnicity, borders, and the grassroots interface with the state : studies on mainland Southeast Asia in honor of Charles F. Keyes / edited by John A. Marston.
Published Chiang Mai, Thailand : Silkworm Books 2014
Detail iv, 285 pages 21 cm
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