New Zealand Journal of Asian Studies

Volume 11, No. 1, June 2009


THEMES FOR THOUGHT ON SOUTHEAST ASIA

A FESTSCHRIFT TO
EMERITUS PROFESSOR NICHOLAS TARLING
ON THE OCCASION OF HIS 75th BIRTHDAY

OOI Keat Gin

Guest Editor

Bawa resmi padi, semakin berisi, semakin tunduk

Makin berilmu makin merendah diri

Follow the ways of the rice stalk, the more
laden it gets the more it bows its head

The more one acquires knowledge,
the more humble one becomes

Articles


Preface
OOI KEAT GIN, p.2

Foreword
ANTHONY REID, p.5
The Festschrift
OOI KEAT GIN, p.8
Peter Nicholas Tarling: A Tribute
OOI KEAT GIN, p.15
Seventy-Fifth Birthday Speech
NICHOLAS TARLING, p.31
Keynote Address
WANG GUNGWU, p.36

Articles

British Trade to Southeast Asia in the Seventeenth and Eighteenth
Centuries Revisited
DIANNE LEWIS, p.49

Dropping Artillery, Loading Rice and Elephants: A Spanish
Ambassador in the Court of Ayudhya in 1718
FERDINAND C. LLANES, p.60

Prince Cường Để (1882-1951) and his Quest for Vietnamese
Independence
MY-VAN TRAN, p.75

Woolley and the Codification of Native Customs in Sabah
DANNY WONG TZE KEN, p.87

British Colonial Rule, Japanese Occupation, and the Transformation
of Malay Kingship 1930s-1957
KOBKUA SUWANNATHAT-PIAN, p.106

The Communist Insurgency and the End of Empire in Malaysia, 1948-
90: Contesting the Nation-State and Social Change 132
CHEAH BOON KHENG, p.132

Lenin and Sneevliet: The Origins of the Theory of Colonial Revolution
in the Dutch East Indies
DOV BING, p.153

The Economic Decolonization of Sumatra
J. THOMAS LINDBLAD, p.178

Charles Alma Baker’s Uneasy Role in the Expansion of the Malayan
Economy 1890s-1910s
SIVACHANDRALINGAM SUNDARA RAJA, p.189

Bung Karno and the Bintang Muhammadiyah: A Political Affair
STEVEN DRAKELEY, p.208

Revivalism and Radicalism in Southeast Asian Islam: A Pattern or an Anomaly?
IIK A. MANSURNOOR, p.222

Has the Past got a Future in Local Politics in Indonesia? Pilkada 2005 in Bali
GRAEME MACRAE, p.263

Labour Crossings in Southeast Asia: Linking Historical and Contemporary Labour Migration
AMARJIT KAUR, p.276

Employment Relations in Malaysia: Past, Present and Future
MAIMUNAH AMINUDDIN, p.304

Singapore’s State-Guided Entrepreneurship: A Model for Transitional Economies?
ANTHONY SHOME, p.318

Peninsular Malaysia in the Context of Natural History and Colonial Science
J. KATHIRITHAMBY-WELLS, p.337

Indian Mutiny in Singapore, 1915: People who Observed the Scene and People who Heard the News
SHO KUWAJIMA, p.375

New Zealand Diplomatic Representation in Southeast Asia: The 1950s and 1960s
JAMES KEMBER, p.385

History Making in Singapore: Who is Producing the Knowledge?
NICOLE TARULEVICZ, p.402

Southeast Asian Studies in Southeast Asia: Agenda for the Twenty-First Century
OOI KEAT GIN, p.426

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