Series: ASAA Southeast Asia Publications

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Lombok : conquest, colonization, and underdevelopment, 1870-1940 by Alfons Van der Kraan5
Philippine social history: Global trade and local transformations (Southeast Asia publications series) by Alfred W. McCoy7
Indonesia : the rise of capital by Richard Robison13
Death and Disease in Southeast Asia: Explorations in Social, Medical and Demographic History by Norman G. Owen14
Nation in Arms: Origins of the People's Army of Vietnam by Greg Lockhart17
One Soul One Struggle: Region and Revolution in Indonesia by Anton Lucas19
War, Culture and Economy in Java, 1677-1726: Asian and European Imperialism in the Early Kartasura Period by M. C. Ricklefs24
Sojourners & Settlers: Histories of Southeast Asia & the Chinese by Anthony Reid28
Leadership and culture in Indonesian politics by R. William Liddle29
The Seen and Unseen Worlds in Java, 1726-1749: History, Literature and Islam in the Court of Pakubuwana II by M. C. Ricklefs1998
The challenge of sustainable forests: Forest resource policy in Malaysia, 1970-1995 by Fadzillah M. Cooke1999
The Riddle of Malaysian Capitalism: Rent-Seekers or Real Capitalists? by Peter Searle1999
Fragments of the Present: Searching for Modernity in Vietnam's South by Philip Taylor2000
Writing a New Society: Social Change Through the Novel in Malay by Virginia Matheson Hooker2000
The Emergence of a National Economy: An Economic History of Indonesia, 1800-2000 by Vincent J. H. Houben2002
The Potent Dead: Ancestors, Saints, and Heroes in Contemporary Indonesia by Henri Chambert-Loir2002
Power and Prowess: The Origins of Brooke Kingship in Sarawak by J. H. Walker2002
Indonesian Islam by M. B. Hooker2003
The Origins of Islamic Reformism in Southeast Asia: Networks of Malay-Indonesian and Middle Eastern 'Ulama' in the Seventeenth and Eighteenth Centuries by Azyumardi Azra2004
Other Malays : nationalism and cosmopolitanism in the modern Malay world by Joel S. Kahn2006
A World of Water: Rain, Rivers and Seas in Southeast Asian Histories (Verhandelingen Van Het Koninklijk Instituut) by Peter Boomgaard2006
History in Uniform: Military Ideology and the Construction of Indonesia's Past by Katharine E. McGregor2007
Javanese Performances on an Indonesian Stage: Celebrating Culture, Embracing Change by Barbara Hatley2008
Kampung, Islam and State in Urban Java by Patrick Guiness2009
Tai Lands and Thailand: Community and the State in Southeast Asia by Andrew Walker2009

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