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Telephone : (662) 8002308-14 ext.3311
Email : lcpcs@mahidol.ac.th
Website : https://museumlc.mahidol.ac.th/
 
Education
Ph.D. ( Communication Arts ) From Rangsit University
 
Research Interest
1.
Interpretation and Representation in Museum
2.
Museum Theories
3.
Museum Clinic
4.
Museum & Community
5.
 
Research Projects (2)
2019 :
โครงการจัดจ้างปรับปรุงข้อมูลนิทรรศการทั้ง 8 ห้อง หออัตลักษณ์นครน่าน
2019 :
Ecomuseum for Ethnic tourism development a case study of Phrao district, Chiang May province, Thailand
 
Publications (4)
2019 :
Yamabhai, J, Cusripituck, P. (2019). ‘Rebel’ vs. ‘Reformer’: a cultural struggles in Black Tai society. Silpakorn University Journal, 39(3), 48-62.
2019 :
Cusripituck, P.. (2019). Decoding the Signal of Tai Dam Cultural Transmission. Journal of Communication Arts Review, 23 (1), 73 - 85.
2016 :
Cusripituck, P. and Yamabhai, J. (2016). Creating Transformative Collectors for Heritage Sustainability : Experience from Black Tai Villages in Phetchaburi Province, Thailand. Museums and Cultural. nternational Committee for Education and Cultural Action (ICOM CECA), Annual ICOM-CECA Conference, 2016, 43-47.
2015 :
Cusripituck, P. and Yamabhai, J. (2015). A Critical Reflection of Pedantic Approach to Community-based Art Learning in Urban Context. the Journal of Asian Critical Education, 3(1), 29-41.
 
Presentations (0)
 
Other Products (7)
2018 :
Cusripituck, Patoo and Yamabhai, Jitjayang. (2018). A Museum that makes Bangkok a human city in CAMOC Museums of Cities Review: ICOM International Council of Museums 01/2018 p.32-34 ISSN 2520-2472, www.camoc.icom.museum.
2018 :
Cusripituck, Patoo and Yamabhai, Jitjayang. (2018). A Museum that makes Bangkok a human city in CAMOC Museums of Cities Review: ICOM International Council of Museums 01/2018 p.32-34 ISSN 2520-2472, www.camoc.icom.museum.
2017 :
Cusripituck, Patoo. (2017). Qualitative Filed Researcher Training through a Holistic Approach : A Reflection on its Strengths and Challenges roundtable presented at The International Conference of Asia-Pacific Network for Holistic Education on Value Learning (The 5th Roundtable of APNHE) 23-25 November, 2017.
2016 :
Cusripituck, Patoo. (2016). Creating a Transformative Collector for Heritage Sustainability : Experience from Black Tai Villages in Phetchaburi Province, Thailand, ICOMCECA,ICOM MILANO 2016 ICOM General Conference, Milan, Italy 2-6 July, 2016.
2015 :
Cusripituck, Patoo. (2015). Museum Ally : A Public Classroom as a Pedagogy Device presented at UMAC 2015 Conference.
2015 :
Cusripituck, Patoo. (2015). Rethinking University Museums: Bridging Theory and Practice 15 th Annual University Museum and Collections International Conference organised by ICOM, UNIVERSITY OF SANTO TOMAS, MANILA, PHILIPPINES May 11-14, 2015.
2014 :
Cusripituck, Patoo. (2014). It’s pop up museum presented at Rethinking Museum & Sustainable Development for the Global Profession Postcolonial Museology, Appropriate Capacity Building and Regional Engagement organised by ICOM-ICTOP HANOI-HA LONG BAY Vietnam, Oct 21-25,2014.