Colonialism in The Malay Archipelago: Civilisational Encounter
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In this book fourteen leading scholars and intellectual-activists provide a collective treatment of the theme of colonialism in the Malay Archipelago from the as yet little explored perspective of civilisational encounters. The centuries-long Western colonial presence in the Archipelago had generated both peaceful and violent encounters that were to prove consequential on the civilisational history of the region. The book's chapters attempt to present new civilisational encounters and their significance for the life and thought of contemporary Malay Archipelago that now comprises the modern nation-states of Brunei Darussalam, Indonesia, Malaysia, The Philippines, Singapore and Timor Leste.
Osman Bakar, Anwar Ibrahim, Ahmad Murad Merican, Bodan Kanumoyoso, Farish Noor, Fernando A. Santiago, Jr., Maria Luisa T. Camagay, Ian Christopher B. Alfonso, Jajat Burhanudin, Achmat Salie, Mohd Nazari Ismail, Mohamad Abu Bakar, Awang Sariyan, and Md. Salleh Yaapar.
ISTAC-IIUM Publications & Persatuan Sejarah Malaysia. 2020. 330 pages. Paperback.