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|Additional Physical Format:||Print version:
Decentring & diversifying Southeast Asian studies.
Singapore : Institute Southeast Asian Studies, 2011
|Material Type:||Biography, Document, Internet resource|
|Document Type:||Internet Resource, Computer File|
|All Authors / Contributors:||
Beng-Lan Goh; Institute of Southeast Asian Studies.
|Description:||1 online resource (xiii, 304 pages)|
|Contents:||Disciplines and area studies in the global age, Southeast Asian reflections / Goh Beng-Lan --
Post-imperial knowledge and pre-social science in Southeast Asia / Wang Gungwu --
From the education of a historian to the study of Minangkabau local history / Taufik Abdullah --
Scholarship, society, and politics in three worlds, reflections of a Filipino sojourner, 1965-95 / Reynaldo C. Ileto --
From contemplating wordsworth's daffodils to listening to the voices of the nation / Wong Soak Koon --
Crafting anthropology in many sites of fieldwork / Paritta Chalermpow Koanantakool --
A non-linear intellectual trajectory, my diverse engagements of the self and others in knowledge production / Yunita Winarto --
Negotiating boundaries and alterity, the making of a humanities scholar in Indonesia, a personal reflection / Melani Budianta --
Between state and revolution, autobiographical notes on radical scholarship during the Marcos dictatorship / Patricio N. Abinales --
(Un)learning human sciences, the journey of a Malaysian from the look east generation / Goh Beng-Lan --
Architecture, Indonesia and making sense of the New Order / Abidin Kusno --
Riding the postmodern chaos, a reflection on academic subjectivity in Indonesia / Fadjar I. Thufail.
|Other Titles:||Decentring and diversifying Southeast Asian studies|
|Responsibility:||edited by Goh Beng-Lan.|