Australian historian, professor, and authorwd:Q249787
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language of expression: English
educated at: University of Queensland
occupation: writer, journalist, historian of religion, historian, university teacher
Martin Stuart-Fox (born 1939) is a retired Australian professor and journalist who writes about the history of Southeast Asia, primarily Laos. In 1963 he was a contributor for the United Press International in Laos. In 1965 he moved to Vietnam and covered the war before leaving for France in 1966. After the war he gained more education and is now emeritus professor at the University of Queensland. He researches the religious symbolism and politics of Laos. On the subject of Laos he has written six books, fifty articles, and the Freedom House section on Laos for 2011.
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