(2017 - present Doctoral) Student in Southeast Asian Studies, Department of Southeast Asian Studies, Institute of Oriental and Asian Studies (IOA), The University of Bonn, Germany. Working Thesis Title: "Ideas of Everyday Resistance in Thailand: Intellectuals and New Social Movements without Guarantees?"
(2004) M.A. in Anthropology, Faculty of Sociology and Anthropology, Thammasat University, Thailand. Thesis Title: "Saxophone Pub & Restaurant: Musical Taste, Identity and Cultural Space of the City Dwellers"
(1999) B.B.A. in Marketing, Faculty of Commerce and Accountancy, Thammasat University, Thailand.
MODERN WORLD IN EVERYDAY LIFE
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THAI SOCIETY AND CULTURE
CONTEM SOC ANP THEORIES
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Social and Cultural Theory (Critical Theory, British New Left), Working Class Politics, Agrarian Labour, Cultural Resistance, Right-Left Populism
(2021) (Co-author with Oliver Pye) “A Tale of Three Populisms: Agrarian Change and Political Polarisation in Thailand,” in Journal of Agrarian Change, forthcoming.
(2019) “Pleng Pue Chee Wit: Von Arbeiterliedern zu Pop-Hits” in südostasien 1/2019: ‘Arbeiter*innenbewegung(en) neu entdecken (Rediscovering the Workers' Movement (s))’. https://suedostasien.net/ pleng-pue-chee-wit-vonarbeiterliedern-zu-pop-hits/
(2015) “Stuart Hall and Cultural Studies,” in Keeping Current in Social Sciences: The Department of Sociology and Anthropology, Chiang Mai University, Fiftieth Anniversary Commemorative Publication - Selected Articles. Chiang Mai: Department of Sociology and Anthropology, Faculty of Social Sciences, Chiang Mai University. (written in Thai).
(2013) “Edward P. Thompson and His Study of Popular Culture,” in Yukti Mukdawijitra, editor. Cultural Resistance. Bangkok: Princess Maha Jakkri Sirindhorn Anthropology Center. (written in Thai).
(2009) “What is Culturalism?” Walailuk University Journal of Social Sciences. 3, 3 (December). (written in Thai).
(2006)“Adorno and his idea of Culture Industry: The Case Study of Popular Music,” in Thirawuth Senakham, editor. Looking back to the future of Popular Culture Studies. Bangkok: Princess Maha Jakkri Sirindhorn Anthropology Center. (written in Thai)