Bibliographic entry in Chapter 21: The United States, South Asia, Indonesia, and the Philippines since 1961 | US-Southeast Asia Relations author"America re-engages Southeast Asia."imprint32 (2010): 395-98.annotationThe Indonesia and East Timor Documentation Project. Housed at the nonprofit National
"America re-engages Southeast Asia."
A Longue Durée Perspective
Edited by David Henley and H.G.C. (Henk) Schulte Nordholt
This title is available online in its entirety in Open Access.
Identity Maintenance or Assimilation?
Edited by Hassan Ibrahim and Abu Shouk
Martin Slama and Bart Barendregt
technologies, the affordances they provide nowadays, and especially the way in which internet(-related) technologies have boosted the many new (inter)faces of public religion (De Vries 2001; Meyer & Moors 2006). Southeast Asia, a region in which all so-called world religions have been present for many
© Koninklijke Brill NV, Leiden, 2010 DOI: 10.1163/156853110X530750 Asian Journal of Social Science 38 (2010) 839–852 brill.nl/ajss Bonded Labour in Southeast Asia: Introduction * Annuska Derks Bern University Abstract The introduction of this special issue takes up the questions: Why ‘bonded
Introduction International labour migration has a long history in Southeast Asia but in recent years it has acquired an unprecedented scale and diversity. It is estimated that around 20 million Southeast Asians work outside of their home countries 1 with around half in the Middle East
Edited by Bart Barendregt, Ariel Heryanto and Merlyna Lim
Eric C. Thompson
The shifting centre of gravity within the anthropology of Southeast Asia from European and American centres toward the region is increasingly perceptible across Southeast Asia. The shift remains tenuous in many respects. Nevertheless in many of the region’s young nation-states, three or four
A Comparison with South Asia
Introduction Similar to other nations, financial sector deregulation policies were introduced to Southeast Asian countries during the 1980s. Many countries in the region are members of the Association of Southeast Asian Nations. 1 Many countries began to deregulate their financial
Women’s Rights Movements, Religious Resurgence and Local Traditions
Edited by Susanne Schroeter
Contributors include Nelly van Doorn-Harder, Farish A. Noor, Siti Musdah Mulia, Amporn Marddent, Maila Stivens, Alexander Horstmann, Amina Rasul-Bernardo, Monika Arnez, Susanne Schröter, Nurul Ilmi Idrus, Vivienne S.M. Angeles and Birte Brecht-Drouart.