Jean Berlie

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Jean Berlie
Jean Berlie photo 2.jpg
Jean Berlie, January 2010
Born 1936
Misahohé, Palimé, Togo
Nationality French

Jean Berlie is a French socio-anthropologist specialising in Asia and China.

Academic career[edit]

Scholarships[edit]

Cultural Institute of Macau[edit]

Scholarship at the Cultural Institute of Macau,[2] from 1995 to 2000 in Macau (China). A study of the Chinese of Macau and the Macanese. In July 2009 a conference was presented on this subject at the Albergue Foundation, Casa de Misericordia, in Macau.[3]

International Institute for Asian Studies[edit]

Scholarship at the Leiden University "International Institute for Asian Studies (IIAS)" of Leiden (the Netherlands) in 2006. A public lecture was presented in Leiden on the Rohingya of Arakan.[4]

Macao Foundation[edit]

Scholarship at the Macao Foundation[5] from 2010 to 2011 in Macau (China). A study of the Chinese of Macau. Identity, case studies, life stories, and prospects.

His books are:

  • East Timor independence, Indonesia and ASEAN, published in 2017.[6]
  • The Chinese of Macao a decade after the handover, published in 2012.[7]
  • The Burmanization of Myanmar's Muslims, the acculturation of the Muslims in Burma including Arakan, published in 2008.[8]
  • East Timor, politics and elections (in Chinese)/ 东帝汶政治与选举 (2001–2006): 国家建设及前景展望, published in 2007.[9]
  • Islam in China, Hui and Uyghurs: between modernization and sinicization, the study of the Hui and Uyghurs of China, published in 2004.[10]
  • East Timor: a bibliography, a bibliographic reference on a newest independent country, launched by PM Xanana Gusmão, published in 2001.[11]
  • Macau's overview at the turn of the century, published in 2000.[12]
  • Macao 2000, an overview of Macau edited by Jean A. Berlie before the handover to China, published in December 1999.[13]
  • Sinicization: at the crossing of three China regions, an ethnic minority becoming increasingly more Chinese: the Kam People, officially called Dong People (in French)/ Sinisation: à la limite de trois provinces de Chine, une minorité de plus en plus chinoise: les locuteurs kam, officiellement appelés Dong, published in 1998.[14]
  • Sinicization of the Kam (Dong People), a China minority (in French)/ Sinisation d'une minorité de Chine, les Kam (Dong), published in 1994.[15]
  • Neua (Na) in Yunnan (PRC) and the LPDR: a minority and a "non-minority" in the Chinese and Lao political systems, published in 1993.[16]
  • The Tai of China: Zhongguo de Dai zu (in French)/ Les Tai de Chine: Zhongguo de Dai zu, published in 1991.[17]
  • A Malay village of Kedah: rice growing, kinship, beliefs (in French)/ Un Village malais du Kedah: riziculture, parenté, croyances, published in 1984.[18]
  • Tepi Laut: a Malay village on the coast (in French)/ Tepi Laut: un village malais au bord de la mer, published in 1983.[19]
  • The Rajbanshis: preliminary enquiry towards a study of a complex ethnic group of South-East Nepal and Bengal, published in 1982.[20]

References[edit]

  1. ^ Dr Jean Berlie, Honorary Research Fellow at the Centre of Asian Studies (CAS)
  2. ^ Cultural Institute of Macau, official website
  3. ^ Conference at the Albergue Foundation, "The Chinese of Macau and the Macanese, Jean A. Berlie, August 2009"
  4. ^ Public lecture, "IIAS Public lecture, by Dr J. A. Berlie, Leiden University, 18 January 2006"
  5. ^ Macao Foundation, official website
  6. ^ East Timor independence, Indonesia and ASEAN, Jean A. Berlie, 153 pages, Palgrave Macmillan publisher, London, United Kingdom 2018
  7. ^ The Chinese of Macao a decade after the handover, Jean A. Berlie, 248 pages, Proverse Hong Kong editor, Hong Kong, China 2012
  8. ^ Burmanization of Myanmar's Muslims, Jean A. Berlie, 156 pages, White Lotus Press editor, Bangkok, Thailand 2008
  9. ^ East Timor, politics and elections, Jean A. Berlie, 95 pages, Institute of Southeast Asian Studies of Jinan University editor, Jinan, China 2007 Archived 21 March 2004 at the Wayback Machine.
  10. ^ Islam in China : Hui and Uyghurs : between modernization and Sinicization, Jean A. Berlie, 167 pages, White Lotus Press editor, Bangkok, Thailand 2004
  11. ^ East Timor, a bibliography, Jean A. Berlie, 225 pages, Indes Savantes editor, Paris, France 2001
  12. ^ Macau's overview at the turn of the century, deadlink: Jean A. Berlie, 44 pages, St. John's University Institute of Asian Studies editor, New York, USA 2000
  13. ^ Macao 2000, Jean A. Berlie, 238 pages, Oxford University Press editor, Oxford, United Kingdom 1999
  14. ^ Sinisation: à la limite de trois provinces de Chine, une minorité de plus en plus chinoise : les locuteurs kam, officiellement appelés Dong, Jean Berlie, 359 pages, Guy Trédaniel editor, Paris, France 1998
  15. ^ Sinisation d'une minorité de Chine, les Kam (Dong), Jean Berlie, 95 pages, s.n. editor, 1994
  16. ^ Neua (Na) in Yunnan (PRC) and the LPDR: a minority and a "non-minority" in the Chinese and Lao political systems, Jean A. Berlie, 15 pages, School of Oriental and African Studies editor, University of London, London, United Kingdom 1993
  17. ^ Les Tai de Chine, Jean Berlie, 132 pages, Cercle de culture et de recherches Laotiennes editor, Paris, France 1991
  18. ^ Un Village malais du Kedah: riziculture, parenté, croyances (in French), Jean A. Berlie, EHESS Editor, Paris, France 1984
  19. ^ Tepi Laut: un village malais au bord de la mer, Jean Berlie, 118 pages, Éditions de la Maisnie editor, Paris, France 1983
  20. ^ The Rajbanshis: preliminary enquiry towards a study of a complex ethnic group of South-East Nepal and Bengal, Johan Berlie, 233 pages, Regmi Research Institute editor, Kathmandu, Nepal 1982