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- J. Knappert, Jack Goody, Literacy in traditional societies. Cambridge University Press, Cambridge 1968. 350 pp. - H.J. Duller, De l’indépendance politique à la liberté économique et à l’égalité sociale en Asie du Sud-Est. Inst. de Sociologie, Univ. Libre de Bruxelles, Bruxelles 1966. 265 p. - H. Perdok, Jan Kruyt, Het Zendingsveld Poso. J.H. Kok N.V., Kampen 1970. 378 blz. - C. Vreede-De Stuers, Elizabeth von Fuerer-Haimendorf, An anthropological bibliography of South Asia, together with a directory of recent anthropological field research, Vol. III, 1960-1964. (Le Monde d’Outre-Mer, Passé et Présent, Quatrième Série, Bibliographies VIII). Paris and The Hague: Mouton & Co., 1970. 562 pp., 6 appendices, author’s index., Helen Kanitkar (eds.)

- H.J. Ruiter, J.M. Broekman, Structuralisme, voor en tegen. J.M. Broekman, R. Bakker, P.E. de Josselin de Jong, K. Bertels, W. Zwanenburg, H. Parret, H. Struyker Boudier. Annalen van het Thijmgenootschap, jaargang 62, aflevering 1. Amboboeken, Bilthoven, 1974. 149 pp., R. Bakker, P.E. de Josselin de Jong (eds.) - Niels Mulder, A. Thomas Kirsch, Feasting and social oscillation: Religion and society in upland Southeast Asia. Ithaca: Cornell University, Southeast Asia Program, Data Paper No. 92, 1973. vii + 49 p., appendix, bibliography. - C. Vreede-De Stuers, Sabine Wulfhorst, Studium und Freizeit in einem Entwicklungsland; eine empirische Untersuchung von Studentinen an einer Indischen Universität, Doktors Dissertation Universität zu Münster, 1974. IX & 307 pp., 52 tab. - L. Sluimers, b. Shillony, Revolt in Japan: The young officers and the February 26, 1936 incident. Princeton, Princeton University Press 1973. XIII, 263 pp.

- J. Th. Ros-Schrijvers, G.C. Mandersloot, Pakistan. Serie Land-Volk-Cultuur, Het Wereldvenster, Baarn 1968, 219 p., fotomateriaal. - J. Th. Ros-Schrijvers, Cora Vreede-De Stuers, Parda, a study of Muslim women’s life in Northern India. Van Gorcum & Comp. n.v., Assen 1968, 128 pp., fotomateriaal. - Obayashi Taryo, C. Ouwehand, Namazu-e and their themes. An interpretative approach to some aspects of Japanese folk religion. XVI, 271 pp., 10 text figures, 21 plates, 2 maps. E.J. Brill, Leiden 1964. - C. Ouwehand, Chie Nakane, Kinship and economic organization in rural Japan. London School of Economics Monographs on social anthropology No. 32. London 1967, 203 + IX pp. - O.D. van den Muijzenberg, Grant K. Goodman, Four aspects of Philippine-Japanese Relations, 1930-1940. Monograph Series no. 9, Southeast Asia Studies, Yale University, 1967. X + 237 pp. - J.M. Pluvier, John Bastin, A history of modern Southeast Asia; Colonialism, nationalism, and decolonization. Englewood Cliffs (N.J.), Prentice-Hall, Inc., 1968, viii + 214 blz., bibliografie, index., Harry J. Benda (eds.) - K.G. Tregonning, Journal of Southeast Asian History. Vol. x, No. 1, March 1969. “Singapore Commemorative Issue, 1819-1969. 150th Anniversary.” 191 p. - J.C. Anceaux, Rufus S. Hendon, The phonology and morphology of Ulu Muar Malay (Kuala Pilah District, Negri Sembilan, Malaya). Department of Anthropology, Yale University, New Haven 1966. (Yale University Publications in Anthropology, 70). 176 p. - Stephan A. Gasser, D. Drost, Töpferei in Afrika. Akademie-Verlag, Berlin, 1967. 289 S., 58 fig., 18 Karten, English summary.