Adjunct faculty member David Crumpton and University of Maryland M.S.W. grad Julia have published a new book chapter through Dr. Crumpton's affiliation with the Southeast Asia Research Initiative (SEARI) at New Zealand's University of Canterbury. Their chapter entitled, Rural Grassroots Governance-Building in Myanmar appears in Democratic Recession, Autocratization, and Democratic Backlash in Southeast Asia, edited by James Ockey and Naimah Talib of the University of Canterbury and published by Palgrave MacMillan. This chapter continues Crumpton and Roche's work over the past three years concerning grassroots governance-building in rural Myanmar.
Crumpton, C.D., Cifuented, M. & Roche, J. (2023). Rural Grassroots Governance-Building in Myanmar. In Democratic Recession, Autocratization, and Democratic Backlash in Southeast Asia, J. Ockey & N.S. Talib (Eds.), pp. 167-197. London: Palgrave MacMillan.