Corpus ID: 153121462

Culture and identity : some Borneo comparisons

@inproceedings{King2012CultureAI,
  title={Culture and identity : some Borneo comparisons},
  author={V. King},
  year={2012}
}
In an attempt to promote a wide-ranging comparative investigation in Borneo Studies and one which looks beyond Borneo’s shores to the wider nation-states in which Sarawak, Sabah and Kalimantan are situated, this paper examines the interrelated concepts of culture and identity, and more especially identities in motion, in analysing interrelationships and encounters between a range of peoples and communities. Although it is an attempt to re-orient and promote the study of Bornean identities what… Expand
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