Southeast Asian History: Essential Readings / Edition 2

Southeast Asian History: Essential Readings / Edition 2

by D.R. SarDesai
     
 


A thoroughly updated collection providing a balance of countries, eras, and perspectives in Southeast Asian historySee more details below

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A thoroughly updated collection providing a balance of countries, eras, and perspectives in Southeast Asian history

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9780813348575
Publisher:
Westview Press
Publication date:
03/12/2013
Edition description:
Second Edition, Second Edition
Pages:
376
Sales rank:
788,202
Product dimensions:
6.00(w) x 8.90(h) x 0.80(d)

Table of Contents


PART I: CULTURAL HERITAGE
1. The “Indianization” of Southeast Asia, Ian W. Mabbett
2. Foreign Influences and the Vietnamese Cultural Core, John K. Whitmore
3. State and Kingship in Southeast Asia, Robert Heine-Geldern
4. The Trung Sisters in the Literature of Later Centuries, Keith Weller Taylor
5. Some Travelers from China in Southeast Asia, Fa-hsien, Chau Ju-kua, and Marco Polo
6. Interstate Relations in Java, Pararaton
7. Protocol at the Malaccan Court, Sejarah Melayu

PART II: THE COLONIAL INTERLUDE
8. The Position of the Native Regents, Bertrand Johannes Shrieke
9. The Philippines Before the Spanish Conquest, Miguel de Loarca
10. The Hispanization of the Philippines, John Leddy Phelan
11. Javanese Aristocracy and the Dutch, Raden Adjeng Kartini

PART III: NATIONALIST RESPONSE
12. Mi Ultimo Adiós, José Rizal
13. Theses on Nationalism and Colonialism, V. I. Lenin
14. Vietnam’s Declaration of Independence, Ho Chi Minh
15. Indonesian Independence and Pancasila, Sukarno
16. Burma Under the Japanese, U Nu
17. Indonesian Nationalists and the Japanese, Elly Touwen-Bouwsma
18. Decolonization in Malaya, 1942–1952, A. J. Stockwell

PART IV: FRUITS OF FREEDOM
19. The Birth of the NLF, Truong Nhu Tang
20. The United States in Vietnam, Lyndon B. Johnson
21. Wawasan or Vision 2020: The Way Forward, Mahathir Mohammad
22. Malaysia on Track for 2020 Vision, Mahathir Mohammad
23. ASEAN Vision 2020, ASEAN Secretariat
24. Pol Pot’s Rise to Power, Ben Kiernan
25. Freedom from Fear, Aung San Suu Kyi
26. Islam in Southeast Asia, Greg Fealy

A Select Bibliography
Chronological Chart

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