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The course examines both the societies and cultures of Southeast Asia and the anthropology of Southeast Asia from two perspectives.
Muslims can be found in all mainland countries, but the most significant populations are in southern Thailand and western Burma Arakan. The Cham people of central Vietnam and Cambodia are also Muslim. Islam is the state religion in Malaysia and Brunei.
Revised edition. Southeast Asian Program Publications No. Wolters' original publication in of this collection of essays on the pre-colonial cultural and political landscape of Southeast Asia will be extremely happy to see this new version come to press. The original book, already a provocative and seminal work appreciated by historians and anthropologists alike, consisted of five theoretically wide-ranging essays on such issues as the meaning of "Southeast Asia" as an entity with historical and cultural commonalities, what the process of "Indianization" in first millennium and early second millennium A.
Southeast Asia really means, and the implications for continuities between historic kingdoms and the prehistoric past. The essays in the book were sandwiched by introductory and concluding chapters that nicely emphasized some of the broader implications of Wolters' ideas on political structure in historic and "pro-tohistoric" Southeast Asian complex societies like Funan, Srivijaya, Champa, and Majapahit.
The publication also included several appendixes which illustrated Wolters' masterful use of native texts Malay Sanskrit, Vietnamese, and Old Javanese to support his notions about how traditional rulers and other "men of prowess" manipulated political alliances and made convincing displays of ritual potency to expand their authority.
One of the most significant contributions of Wolters' essays and previous historical work was his challenge to the traditional view of "Indianization" as a wholesale cultural overlay. Including not only aspects of Hindu religion and writing but political power structures, this "Indianization" process has been traditionally seen as catalyzing and shaping "state" development in Southeast Asia. Southeast Asia. According to Wolters, such factors as the cosmopolitan outlook of Southeast Asians engendered by an early emphasis on maritime trade, social groups formed through fluid alliance rather than territorially based lineages, and political systems emphasizing personal competition for ideological and material supremacy all were instrumental in the adoption by Southeast Asians of exotic models of arts, religion, and government that could be manipulated for prestige and political gain.
Wolters makes a strong argument that Hindu Sanskrit literary traditions were particularly attractive to Southeast Asians because they emphasized many precepts of rulership that were already part of Southeast Asian politics such as how to make effective alliances and political coalitions , but by codifying these precepts in literature and art gave material authority and competitive weight to their local bearers.
However, Wolters took care in his essays not to talk in pan-Southeast Asian generalities, but instead emphasized that it was how these foreign models were "localized" i. Consistent with his view that it is useful for historians to continually work between what he calls "local statements" and more general regional models of political, social, and economic development, Wolters fleshed out the concept of mandala a Sanskrit term from Indian manuals of government in his essays to describe the type of nonterritorial, fluctuating political structure characteristic of many parts of Southeast Asia.
This style of political authority, in which all political relations were personal and immediate rather than remote and hereditarily imbued, fit well with the contemporaneous struggles of anthropologists like Clifford Geertz, Stanley Tambiah, and Robert Winzeler in the s and s to describe the essence of the Project MUSE promotes the creation and dissemination of essential humanities and social science resources through collaboration with libraries, publishers, and scholars worldwide.
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A thought-provoking book by author of The Fall of Srivijaya in Malay History, intended to generate discussion of what is meant by earlier Southeast Asian history.
Please read Conditions of use before downloading the formats. The contents in total encompass a deep time range, concerning the origins and dispersals of anatomically modern humans, the lifestyles of Pleistocene and early Holocene Palaeolithic hunter-gatherers, the emergence of Neolithic farming communities, and the development of Iron Age societies. These core enduring issues continue to be explored throughout the vast region covered here, accordingly with a richness of results as shown by the authors.
Revised edition. Southeast Asian Program Publications No. Wolters' original publication in of this collection of essays on the pre-colonial cultural and political landscape of Southeast Asia will be extremely happy to see this new version come to press.
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History, Culture, and Region in Southeast Asian Perspectives. O. W. Wolters. Revised edition. Southeast Asian Program Publications No. 26, Cornell University.
The Handbook of East and Southeast Asian Archaeology focuses on the material culture and lifeways of the peoples of prehistoric and early historic East and Southeast Asia; their origins, behavior and identities as well as their biological, linguistic and cultural differences and commonalities. Emphasis is placed upon the interpretation of material culture to illuminate and explain social processes and relationships as well as behavior, technology, patterns and mechanisms of long-term change and chronology, in addition to the intellectual history of archaeology as a discipline in this diverse region. The Handbook augments archaeologically-focused chapters contributed by regional scholars by providing histories of research and intellectual traditions, and by maintaining a broadly comparative perspective. Archaeologically-derived data are emphasized with text-based documentary information, provided to complement interpretations of material culture. Skip to main content Skip to table of contents. Advertisement Hide.
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