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    • Slocomb, Margaret (2010-01-01)
      While colonization, protracted war and violent revolution are commonly blamed for Cambodia's failure to modernize its economy in the twentieth century, Margaret Slocomb's Economic History of Cambodia in the Twentieth Century ...
    • Frey, Marc; Spakowski, Nicola (2015-10-30)
      At the core of this book is a seemingly simple question: What is Asia? the answer involves an investigation of the multifarious discursive and material constructions of Asia within the region and in the West. It reconstructs ...
    • Ng, Chin Keong (2017)
      Using the concept of boundaries, physical and cultural, to understand the development of China’s maritime southeast in late Imperial times, these linked essays by a senior scholar challenge the usual readings of Chinese ...
    • Madinier, Remy; Desmond, Jeremy (2015-08-31)
      The Masyumi Party, which was active in Indonesia from 1945 to 1960, constitutes the boldest attempt to date at reconciling Islam and democracy. Masyumi proposed a vision of society and government which was not bound by a ...
    • Ricklefs, M.C. (2012-07-01)
      The Javanese - one of the largest ethnic groups in the Islamic world - were once mostly 'nominal Muslims' with pious believers a minority and the majority seemingly resistant to Islam's call for greater piety. Over the ...
    • Thompson, Eric C.; Sinha, Vineeta (2019-02-11)
      Anthropology is a flourishing discipline in Southeast Asia. This book makes visible the development of national traditions and transnational practices of anthropology across the region. The authors are practising anthropologists ...
    • Blackburn, Susan; Ting, Helen (2013-07-31)
      Books on Southeast Asian nationalist movements make very little — if any — mention of women in their ranks. Biographical studies of politically active women in Southeast Asia are also rare. This book makes a strong case ...