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Binu John Mailaparambil
Focusing mainly on the Mappila Muslim trading family of the Arackal Ali Rajas, this book throws light on the repercussions of European commercial expansion on the traditional socio-political relations in the South Indian kigdom of Cannanore during the early-modern period.
Judith Hangartner, University of Bern
This book offers an in-depth insight into post-socialist rural shamans in Mongolia thereby making a rare but important contribution to the ethnography of both Inner Asia and Southern Siberia. It examines the social making of shamans, in particular those of the Shishget depression of the ...
The commission’s archive contains minutes of its meetings, correspondence, documentation assembled on the condition of the slaves in the various colonies, memoranda and interim reports by members and non-members. It has now been microfilmed by Moran Micropublications in cooperation with the ...
Edited by James I. Matray, California State University, Chico Editor-in-Chief
The Journal of American-East Asian Relations is a peer-reviewed quarterly journal of interdisciplinary historical, cross-cultural, and social science scholarship from all parts of the world. The scope includes diplomatic, economic, security, and cultural relations, as well as Asian-American ...
This collection makes available the papers of three prominent colonial civil servants who advised the government of the Netherlands Indies on matters relating to Islam, indigenous culture and languages, education, politics and nationalism in pre-independence Indonesia.
In addition to voluminous notes for his magnum opus on Gajo, Godard Arend Johannes Hazeu's (1870-1929) papers presented here include: — a great many of Hazeu’s position papers (adviezen) on such subjects as the nationalist movements, especially Sarekat Islam; — disturbances in various places ...
The present collection contains materials from various stages of Emile Gobée's (1881-1954) career, including — trainee controller (aspirant-controleur) in Tentena, North Celebes (district Menado), 1908-1910. — consul at Jeddah (Saudi Arabia), 1917-1921 — assistant-resident seconded to the ...
Papers from Rudolf Aernoud Kern's (1875-1958) career as controller and assistant-resident in Java and (acting) adviser for native affairs; later as university teacher in the Netherlands.
An important source for the history of the Dutch East India Company (VOC) and for the political and economic history of Asia more generally is the “Dagh-register” of Batavia Castle, the VOC headquarters in Asia, a day by day chronical of events that took place in Batavia and of news received ...
J.A. Grothe scoured church and colonial archives to find sources on Dutch Protestant missionary activity in the eastern and western hemispheres in the seventeenth and eighteenth centuries. He excerpted the acts of provincial synods and other ecclesiastical bodies in two volumes covering the ...
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