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The Origins of Malay Nationalism
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Indonesian and Malay Students in Cairo in the 1920's
Introducing the first issue of the third volume of the monthly Seruan Azhar (Call of Azhar) in October 1927, the then editor, Mahmud Junus, wrote that the journal "is for our homeland, because weExpand
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Perceptions of the Past in Southeast Asia
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Whence Cometh the Law? Dog Saliva in Kelantan, 1937
Considerable interest is again being expressed, in the public domain as well as in the academy, in the processes of change-ideational and pragmaticwhich seem to characterize Islamic societies;Expand
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Onomastics, and Taxonomies of Belonging in the Malay Muslim World
In Japan's Name Culture (1995), Herbert Plutschow noted that ‘Nomenclature is a subject to which recent scholars and thinkers have paid little attention or none at all. This is surprising becauseExpand
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