Department of Anthropology

Department of Anthropology


Anthropology Program studies human in oder to understand self and others. Its focus on culture multiplicity contributes to accepting diversity and appreciating society and culture in a local context. Anthropology courses can be profitable for students to work with communities, societies and public.

Assistant Professor Damrongphon Inchan, Ph.D.

B.A. (Agriculture), Chiang Mai University

M.A. (Anthropology), Thammasat University

Ph.D. (Interdisciplinary Studies), Thammasat University

Accomplishments

    Researches / Creative works

  • Kasong, Samre and Thailand-Burma Border (in Mae Sot, Tak) Ethnic Groups Data in Thailand (published in the database of ethnic groups in Thailand), 2016 – 2017
  • Models of Early Childhood Education Policy Development for Children of Ethnic Groups to Social Justice Building: The Case Study of Special Economic Development Zone, Tak and Trad Provinces, 2016 – 2017.
  • The Tradition Change and the "Me-Dam-Me-Phi" Ceremony of Tai Ahom in Assam State, India, 2017 – 2018.
  • The Dynamics of Karen Ethnic Group in Western Thailand, Phase 1 Studies in Kanchanaburi, Ratchaburi and Petchaburi, 2018 – 2019.
  • Textbook/Books/Translations and Other academic works

  • Project "Kasong, Samre and Thailand-Burma Border (in Mae Sot, Tak) Ethnic Groups Data in Thailand published in the database of ethnic groups in Thailand" (on behalf of Princess Maha Chakri Sirindhorn Anthropology Centre (Public Organization), 2016.

Associate Professor Ekarin Phungpracha, Ph.D.

B.A. (Art History), Silpakorn University

M.A. (Anthropology), Thammasat University

Ph.D. (Environment and Resouce Studies, Mahidol University

Accomplishments

    Researches / Creative works

  • Building Capacity of Households in Agriculture Production for Food Security: Case Study of Ban Kang Pla, Dansai, Loei, 2016 – 2017
  • Ethnic Group Data Writing, 2016 - 2017
  • Strategic Plan for Moan Watershed Management by Social Network, 2017
  • Improving capacity building of smart farmers and villages for production and marketing of Dansai Green Net Standardization by applying participatory guarantee system in Dansai district, Loei province, 2017 -2018
  • "Dansai Green Net” Video Production Project, 2017 - 2018
  • Integrated Farming System Approach to Sustainably Reduce Risks and Debts for Agriculturists, 2018 – 2020.
  • Textbook/Books/Translations and Other academic works

  • From Forest to Tai Dan Kitchen. Rungsang Printing Business, 2014, 298 pages.
  • Moan Watershed Management by Social Network. Rungsang Printing Business, 2559, 299 pages.
  • "Ethnic Group Writing Data" Project (on behalf of Princess Maha Chakri Sirindhorn Anthropology Centre (Public Organization)). 2559
  • Human Ecology: Wisdom and Food Security. Silpakorn Printinghouse, 2016, 148 pages.
  • Strategic Plan for Moan Watershed Management by Social Network. Rungsang Printing Business, 2017, 109 pages
  • Smart Farmers: Alternative Agriculture and Community-based Food Security in Dansai District, Loei Province. Rungsang Printing Business, 2017, 167 pages.
  • Awards and Honors

  • Strategic Research for Moan Watershed Management in Dansai District, Loei Province. Outstanding Community and Area-Based Research. The Thailand Research Fund, 2018.

Assistant Professor Phrae Sirisakdamkoeng, Ph.D.

B.A. (History), Thammasat University

M.A. (Anthropology), Silpakorn University

Ph.D. (Anthropology), Thammasat University

Accomplishments

    Researches / Creative works

  • Research and Evaluation of Cultural Pluralism Project in the 3-year Pilot Area (Panarae District, Pattani Province), 2016-2018.
    Researchers
    1. Phrae Sirisakdamkoeng, Department of Anthropology, Faculty of Archeology
    2. Nisachon Chaimongkon
  • Evaluation of the Alternative Consultation Service under the Development Project of Aternative Telephone Consulting Service and Service Providing Network for Teenagers and Unwanted Pregnancy, 2017-2018.

Assistant Professor Kulsiri Arunpark

B.A. (Publich Administration), Thammasat University

M.A. (Anthropology), Silpakorn University

Assistant Professor Pradhana Chandharuphan

B.A. (Sociology - Anthropology), Kasetsart University M.A. (Anthropology), Silpakorn University

Assistant Professor Chinnaworn Fardittee

B.A. (Anthropology) Second Class Honors, Silpakorn University

M.A. (Anthropology), Thammasat University

Accomplishments

    Researches/Creative works

  • Belief in the Great Teacher Rishi: A Case Study of the Ritual House of the Great Teacher Rishi in Tambon Khu Khot, Amphoe Lam Luk Ka, Pathum Thani, 2016 -2017.
  • Academic Journals

  • “The Last 7 Years and the Consumption of Intangible Products,” in Four Centuries of Anthropology Journal: Wang Tha Phra Journal Collection of lecturers and alumni, Department of Anthropology, Faculty of Archaelogy (May 2014): page 265-294.

Mrs. Tantheera Yimamnuay

B.A. (Social Studies - French) Second Class Honors, Chulalongkorn University

M.A. (Anthropology), Silpakorn University

Accomplishments

    Researches/Creative works

  • Buddhist Oriented Identity Karen Ethnic Group: the Case Study in Kaen Makrut Sub-district, Baan Rai District, Uthai Thani Province, 2017 – 2018.

Assistant Professor Varaporn Montrivade

B.A. (Anthropology), Silpakorn University

M.A. (Rural Development Studies), Mahidol University

Accomplishments

    Researches/Creative works

  • Water Politics: A Case Study of an Agricultural Village in Suphan Buri, 2017-2018
  • Suburban Gardens in the City: An Existence of Agriculture in Thonburi, 2017-2018
  • The Dynamics of Karen Ethnic Group in Western Thailand: Phase 1 Studies in Suphan Buri, Uthai Thani and Nakhon Sawan, 2018-2019
    Researchers:
    1. Nattawut Singkul, Department of Anthropology, Faculty of Archeology
    2. Varapon Montrivade, Department of Anthropology, Faculty of Archeology
  • Conferences

  • Old Photographs of Garden Houses on Bang Chuek Nang Canal, Talingchan. Thonburi in Change Cycle: through Lives and Communities, Princess Maha Chakri Sirindhorn Anthropology Centre, page 63-81. March 2-3, 2018
  • Academic Journals

  • “The Remaining Khowledge of Medical Practice and Implication to Symptoms in Rural Communities: A Case Study of Bangkok Village, Uthong District, Supahanburi,” in Sanam, Journal Collection of Anthropology in Cross-Cultural Context (December 2016): page 161-173
  • Textbook/Books/Translations and Other academic works

  • "What I have Learned from Travelling to "Singkhon Pass," in Colourful Multicutures of ASEAN, European Union and Asia, 2018
  • "Sesbania by the River," in Colourful Multicutures of ASEAN, European Union and Asia, 2018

Mr. Nattawut Singkul

B.A. (Community Development) First Class Honors, Khon Kaen University

M.A. (Anthropology), Thammasat University

Accomplishments

    Researches/Creative works

  • Life Journey: Meaning of Aging and Living of Tai Dam Senior Citizen, 2017-2018
  • Life Experience, Meaning and Practice in the Aging of the Tai Song Ethnic Group in the Western Thailand Region, 2017-2018
  • The Dynamics of Karen Ethnic Group in Western Thailand: Phase 1 Studies in Suphan Buri, Uthai Thani and Nakhon Sawan, 2018-2019

      Researchers

    1. Nattawut Singkul, Department of Anthropology, Faculty of Archeology
    2. Varapon Montrivade, Department of Anthropology, Faculty of Archeology
  • Conferences

  • Emotional Labor: Migrant Sexuality, Power and Bargain in Commercial Sex of Female Migrant Laborers from Laos: A Case Study in a Border Area of Thailand. The 12th Humanities Research Forum in Thailand, Vajiravut Building, Faculty of Arts, Silpakorn University, page 62-91, September 7-8, 2017.

Miss Sasithorn Sinvuttaya

B.A. (Anthropology) Second Class Honors, Silpakorn University

M.A. (Anthropology), Thammasat University

Accomplishments

    Researches/Creative works

  • An Evaluation of the Bachelor of Arts Program at the Faculty of Archeology, Silpakorn University (Revised 2011), 2015-2016.
    Researchers
    1. Orawan Boonyarith, Department of Eastern Languages, Faculty of Archeology
    2. Chawalit Kaokhiew, Department of Archeology, Faculty of Archeology
    3. Sasithorn Sinvuttaya, Department of Anthropology, Faculty of Archeology
    4. Shinapatch Sriwilai, Registration and Evaluation Unit, Educational Services Section, Secretary’s Office, Faculty of Archeology
    5. Phakamon Sangiamjit, Registration and Evaluation Unit, Educational Services Section, Secretary’s Office, Faculty of Archeology
    6. Wanvisa Chanaprasert, Academic Promotion and Development Unit, Educational Services Section, Secretary’s Office, Faculty of Archeology
  • Cultural Researching Project: Economic System and Old Communities. A Case Study of Bang Lamphu, Tha Tien and Pak Klong Talad communities, 2017
  • City and Relationship between Goods and People in Thonburi: A Case Study of Communities along Chao Phraya River, Thongburi, 2017-2018.
  • Conferences

  • City and Relationship between Goods and People in Thonburi: A Case Study of Communities along Chao Phraya River, Thongburi, 2017-2018.
    Researchers
    1. Kannika Suteerattanapirom, Department of Archeology, Faculty of Archeology
    2. Praphat Chuvichean, Department of Art History, Faculty of Archeology
    3. U-tain Wongsathit, Department of Eastern Languages, Faculty of Archeology
    4. Sasithorn Sinvuttaya, Department of Anthropology, Faculty of Archeology
  • The Survey and Synthesis of Historical and Tourism Data for City Development in Samut Sakhon, 2018-2019.
  • Suwanchai Sangsuk-Iam
  • Sasithron Sinvuttaya, Department of Anthropology, Faculty of Archeology
  • Achirat Chaiyapotpanit, Department of Art History, Faculty of Archeolog
  • Praphat Chuvichean, Department of Art History, Faculty of Archeology
  • The Study of Historical, Art and Cultural Data in Tha Chalom Community and Mahachai Riverfront Area, Samut Sakhon, 2018 – 2019.
  • Academic Conferences

  • Thonburi, Trade Route and a Variety of People: A Case Study of Bang Pun Community in Bang Yi Khan. Thonburi in Change Cycle: through Lives and Communities, Princess Maha Chakri Sirindhorn Anthropology Centre, page 36-62, 2-3 March, 2018.
  • Textbook/Books/Translations and Other academic works

  • Thawathotsamat: The Poem of "Emotion and Passionate Love". 2017.