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Seaways and Gatekeepers: Trade and State in the Eastern Archipelagos of Southeast Asia, c.1600–c.1906

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Henley, D.; Boomgaard, P., eds. (2009). "5. Money in Makassar: Credit and Debt in an Eighteenth-Century VOC Settlement". Credit and Debt in Indonesia, 860-1930. pp.102–123. doi: 10.1355/9789812308474-007. ISBN 9789812308474. Seaways and Gatekeepersis a wonderful book. It has resonance for a wide readership and could easily sit as a core textbook for studies on South East Asia, providing as it does a useful source of comparison on European encounters with non-European Others. The book’s biggest contribution lies in the environmentally determined aspect of the research methodology.” Trade provides the integrating framework for local and regional histories that cover more than 300 years, from the late 16th century to the beginning of the 20th, when new technologies and changing markets signaled Western dominance. Southeast Asian specialists can learn from this book, which ignores conventional geographic and temporal boundaries. It will also appeal to those working on wider themes such as global history, state formation, the evolution of markets and anthropology. Reid, Anthony (14 September 2020). "Thoughts for Lance Castles". Inside Indonesia . Retrieved 5 November 2021.

Southeast Asia, c.1600–c.1906 by Heather Sutherland. The diversity and cultural richness of the region comes to life in images and maps. Seaways and Gatekeepers: Trade and State in the Eastern Archipelagos of Southeast Asia, C.1600-c.1906

Seaways and Gatekeepers

Boomgaard, Peter, ed. (2007). "Geography as destiny?: The role of water in Southeast Asian history". A World of Water: Rain, Rivers and Seas in Southeast Asian Histories. Brill. pp.25–70. doi: 10.1163/9789004254015_003. ISBN 978-90-04-25401-5. Sutherland, Heather (1974). "Notes on Java's Regent Families: Part II". Indonesia. 17 (17): 1–43. doi: 10.2307/3350770. hdl: 1813/53573. JSTOR 3350770.

In this book, trade provides the integrating framework for local and regional histories that cover more than three hundred years, from the late sixteenth century to the beginning of the twentieth, when new technologies and changing markets helped lead to Western dominance. This book presents theories from the social sciences and economics that can help liberate scholars from dependence on states as narrative frameworks. It will also appeal to those working on wider themes such as global history, state formation, the evolution of markets, and anthropology. The South China Sea: The Struggle for Power in Asia Economics and Political Science, Southeast Asian Studies RM90.00 Learning of her research interest, Lance Castles from the University of Melbourne who had recently enrolled for Ph.D. under the supervision of Harry J. Benda at Yale University asked his supervisor to invite Sutherland to join their team. [5] [6] Under Benda, Sutherland earned her doctoral degree in 1973 on the thesis titled " Pangreh Pradja: Java's indigenous administrative corps and its role in the last decades of Dutch colonial rule." [7] She continued teaching at the University of Malaya for one year. [4] Southeast Asia. Seaways and gatekeepers: Trade and state in the eastern archipelagos of Southeast Asia, c.1600–c.1906 By Heather Sutherland Singapore: NUS Press, 2021. Pp. xv + 537. Maps, Images, Bibliography, Index. | Journal of Southeast Asian Studies | Cambridge CorePlease list any fees and grants from, employment by, consultancy for, shared ownership in or any close relationship with, at any time over the preceding 36 months, any organisation whose interests may be affected by the publication of the response. Please also list any non-financial associations or interests (personal, professional, political, institutional, religious or other) that a reasonable reader would want to know about in relation to the submitted work. This pertains to all the authors of the piece, their spouses or partners. The Making of a Bureaucratic Elite: The Colonial Transformation of the Javanese Priyayi. Asian Studies Association of Australia. 1979. ISBN 978-0-7081-1814-6.

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