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Canberra, 21 January 2011.

09 June 2009

New Zealand Journal of Asian Studies (NZJAS), Vol. 11, No. 1, June 2009.


09 Jun 2009

New Zealand Asian Studies Society (NZASIA), New Zealand

"The New Zealand Journal of Asian Studies has been published since June 1999, when it became the official journal of the New Zealand Asian Studies Society (NZASIA) [http://www.nzasia.org.nz/ - ed.] The journal is published twice a year, in June and December, and contains a mixture of academic articles and reviews, from contributors both within and outside New Zealand. All submitted articles are refereed."

Site contents:
* Intro; * Membership; * Journal (Subscriptions, Submission of manuscripts, NZJAS Back Issues with Full Text of Articles (Vol 3, No. 1 (June 2001) to Vol 11 no. 1 (June 2009)). * Newsletter (The NZASIA Newsletters are published twice each year. There were 19 issues in Jun 2009 - ed.]; * Conference (The 18th New Zealand Asian Studies Society International Conference 2009, Victoria University of Wellington, 6-8 July, 2009, Downtown (Pipitea) Campus); * Knowing Asia; * Scholarships; * Directories (1. Directory of Asia Specialists in New Zealand listed by Region, 2. Directory of Asia Specialists in New Zealand listed by Discipline, 3. Directory of Postgraduate Studies of Asia listed by Region, 4. Directory of Postgraduate Studies of Asia listed by Discipline);
TOC of the New Zealand Journal of Asian Studies, Volume 11, No. 1, June 2009.
# Special Issue -- Peter Nicholas Tarling: A Tribute
* Preface - OOI KEAT GIN
* Foreword - ANTHONY REID
* The Festschrift - OOI KEAT GIN
* Peter Nicholas Tarling: A Tribute - OOI KEAT GIN
* Seventy-Fifth Birthday Speech - NICHOLAS TARLING
* Keynote Address - WANG GUNGWU

# Articles
* British Trade to Southeast Asia in the Seventeenth and Eighteenth Centuries Revisited - DIANNE LEWIS
* Dropping Artillery, Loading Rice and Elephants: A Spanish Ambassador in the Court of Ayudhya in 1718 - FERDINAND C. LLANES
* Prince Cuong De (1882-1951) and his Quest for Vietnamese Independence 75 - MY-VAN TRAN
* Woolley and the Codification of Native Customs in Sabah - DANNY WONG TZE KEN
* British Colonial Rule, Japanese Occupation, and the Transformation of Malay Kingship 1930s-1957 - KOBKUA SUWANNATHAT-PIAN
* The Communist Insurgency and the End of Empire in Malaysia, 1948- 90: Contesting the Nation-State and Social Change - CHEAH BOON KHENG
* Lenin and Sneevliet: The Origins of the Theory of Colonial Revolution in the Dutch East Indies153 he Economic Decolonization of Sumatra - J. THOMAS LINDBLAD
* Charles Alma Baker's Uneasy Role in the Expansion of the Malayan Economy 1890s-1910s - SIVACHANDRALINGAM SUNDARA RAJA
* Bung Karno and the Bintang Muhammadiyah: A Political Affair - STEVEN DRAKELEY
* Revivalism and Radicalism in Southeast Asian Islam: A Pattern or an Anomaly? - IIK A. MANSURNOOR
* Has the Past got a Future in Local Politics in Indonesia? Pilkada 2005 in Bali - GRAEME MACRAE Labour Crossings in Southeast Asia: Linking Historical and Contemporary Labour Migration - AMARJIT KAUR Employment Relations in Malaysia: Past, Present and Future - MAIMUNAH AMINUDDIN Singapore's State-Guided Entrepreneurship: A Model for Transitional Economies? - ANTHONY SHOME Peninsular Malaysia in the Context of Natural History and Colonial Science - J. KATHIRITHAMBY-WELLS
* Indian Mutiny in Singapore, 1915: People who Observed the Scene and People who Heard the News - SHO KUWAJIMA
* New Zealand Diplomatic Representation in Southeast Asia: The 1950s and 1960s - JAMES KEMBER
* History Making in Singapore: Who is Producing the Knowledge? - NICOLE TARULEVICZ
* Southeast Asian Studies in Southeast Asia: Agenda for the Twenty- First Century - OOI KEAT GIN
* Note on Contributors
* About the Editor

URL http://www.nzasia.org.nz/journal/index.html

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