Search: Asian Studies - South East Asia, Hardback
Results 1 - 10 of 60
Tod Jones, Curtin University
In Culture, Power, and Authoritarianism in the Indonesian State, Tod Jones provides a critical history of cultural policy in one of the world’s most diverse nations across the tumultuous twentieth century.
G. Roger Knight
In Commodities and Colonial Production, G.Roger Knight provides an account of colonial Indonesia's world-class sugar industry from the 1880s through to the beginning of the Second World War.
Dave McRae, Lowy Institute for International Policy, Sydney
Nine years of violent conflict between Christians and Muslims in Poso from 1998-2007 elevated a previously little known district in eastern Indonesia to national and global prominence. Drawing on a decade of research, for the most part conducted while the conflict was ongoing, this book ...
Edwin de Jong
Making a Living between Crisis and Ceremonies offers an account on the practice of everyday life of the Torajan people both in the highlands of Tana Toraja (South Sulawesi, Indonesia) and elsewhere (Makassar, Jakarta, Maleisië).
The art of storytelling, which has been popular for centuries in the forested Dairi district of North Sumatra, is usually considered an oral tradition.This book presents evidence that written versions of Dairi stories existed before there was contact with European culture.
Edited, translated and annotated by Peter Worsley, S. Supomo, Thomas Hunter, and Margaret Fletcher
In Mpu Monaguṇa's Sumanasāntaka, the authors offer an edited text and translation of Mpu Monaguṇa's early thirteenth century epic kakawin Sumanasāntaka along with extensive commentary on the history of the poem and its story in India, Java and Bali.
Hao Duy Phan
This book proposes a selective approach for states with more advanced human rights protection to establish a human rights court for Southeast Asia. It argues the inclusive approach currently employed by ASEAN to set up a human rights body covering all member states cannot produce a strong ...
New identifications of the 460 bas-reliefs of Borobudur illustrating the Gandavyūha, based upon a comparison with the contents of three early Chinese translations of Sanskrit manuscripts of the text of Central Asian or Indian provenance.
U.B. Samely and R.H. Barnes. With the assistance of A. Sio Amuntoda and M. Suda Apelabi
A Dictionary of the Kedang Language presents the first extensive published record of an Austronesian language on the remote Eastern Indonesian island of Lembata, a region on the boundary between Austronesian and Papuan languages.
Daigoro Chihara. Translated by Rolf W. Giebel
This book deals with the technical, artistic and architectural aspects of the Hindu and Buddhist monuments from the beginning until today in Southeast Asia.
Click a term to refine your current search.
Categories: all » Asian Studies - South East Asia
- Humanities (60)
- Asian Studies (60)
- English (60)