Southeast Asia in Australasian Universities

@inproceedings{Tarling1971SoutheastAI,
  title={Southeast Asia in Australasian Universities},
  author={Nicholas Tarling},
  year={1971}
}
Australasian universities are tied to Southeast Asia in a number of ways. The most obvious is through their teaching. Since the second world war, but more particularly in the past ten or fifteen years, this has paid more attention to Southeast Asia, its peoples, their history and their languages, than at any time since the first university institutions were founded in Australia and New Zealand in the nineteenth century. There are other, perhaps less obvious, ties. The teaching has been… CONTINUE READING

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