Welcome, Dr. Rommel A. Curaming

We are very delighted that Dr. Rommel A. Curaming is PhISO’s Member of Board of Advisors. For the current list of advisors, please click here.

Dr. Rommel A. Curaming is the programme leader of Historical and International Studies and coordinator of Southeast Asian Studies program at the University of Brunei Darussalam. He obtained his PhD in Southeast Asian Studies from Australian National University, MA in Southeast Asian Studies from National University of Singapore, and MA in Asian Studies from the University of the Philippines-Diliman. His research interests are politics of knowledge production, state-intellectual relations, and Filipino Malayness. He is an editorial board member of South East Asia: A Multidisciplinary Journal (UBD, Brunei Darussalam) and reviewed manuscripts for South East Asia Research (SOAS, U.K.), Journal of Social Transformation (Ateneo de Manila University, Philippines), Southeast Asian Studies/ Tonan Ajia Kenkyu (Kyoto University), Asian Journal of Social Science (Brill), Kasarinlan Philippine Journal of Third World Studies (University of the Philippines), and Sojourn: Southeast Asian Journal of Social Issues (ISEAS, Singapore). Some of his notable publications include:

Dhont, F., Webster, T., & Curaming, R. (Eds.) (2013). Between the Mountain and the Seas: Positioning Indonesia. Yogyakarta: Gadjah Mada University Press.

Curaming, R. A. (2012). “The Making of a ‘Classic’ in South East Asian Studies: Another Look at Kahin, Agoncillo and the Revolutions,” South East Asia Research, 20(4), 585-599. 
Curaming, R. A., & Aljunied, S. M. K. (2012). “Social Memory and State – Civil Society Relations in the Philippines: Forgetting and Remembering the Jabidah ‘Massacre’”. Time & Society, 21(1), 89-103. doi: 10.1177/0961463X11431337. 
Curaming, R. A. (2008). “Contextual Factors in the Analysis of State-historian Relations in Indonesia and the Philippines”. Philippine Studies, 56(2), 123-152. 
Curaming, R. A. (2006). “Towards a Poststructuralist Southeast Asian Studies?”. Sojourn: Journal of Social Issues in Southeast Asia, 21(1), 90-112.

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