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Charting the shape of early modern Southeast Asia

Anthony Reid

Charting the shape of early modern Southeast Asia

by Anthony Reid

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Published by Silkworm Books in Chiang Mai, Thailand .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Southeast Asia -- History -- 16th century,
  • Southeast Asia -- History -- 17th century,
  • Southeast Asia -- Commerce -- History,
  • Southeast Asia -- Civilization -- Foreign influences

  • Edition Notes

    Includes bibliographical references (p. [273]-298)

    StatementAnthony Reid
    The Physical Object
    Paginationx, 298 p. :
    Number of Pages298
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL15305276M
    ISBN 109747551063

    EARLY MODERN () MODERN PERIOD () CONTEMPORARY PERIOD (PRESENT) See the chart below for the exact weighting: Hinduism, Islam, and Buddhism, and their core beliefs and practices, continued to shape societies in South and Southeast Asia. Christianity. Reviews "Editors Gin and Tuân bring together a somewhat eclectic collection of 14 essays on early modern Southeast Asian history. The range of contributors is laudable, with chapters included from younger scholars based in Southeast Asia, such as Nordin Hussin, as well as from such noted historians as Barbara Watson Andaya, Leonard Andaya, and Nicholas Tarling.

    Divided into sections which examine Southeast Asia in the world, early modern Southeast Asia, and modern Southeast Asia, these works engage with issues ranging from the Age of Commerce and comparative Eurasian history, to nationalism, ethnic hybridity, Islam, technological change, and the Chinese and Arabs in Southeast Asia. In the 6 th – 7 centuries Srivijaya succeeded Funan as the leading state in South East Asia. Its ruler was the overlord of the Malay peninsula and western Java as well as Sumatra. Like most of the early kingdoms of South East Asia, Srivijaya was Indian in culture and administration, and Buddhism became firmly entrenched Size: KB.

      Modern humans were in Southeast A years earlier than thought, ancient teeth reveal. By April Reese Aug. 9, , PM. When Dutch archaeologist D. . Zheng He’s seventh and final voyage left China in the winter of He visited the states of Southeast Asia, the coast of India, the Persian Gulf, the Red Sea, and the east coast of Africa. Zheng died in Calicut in the spring of , and the fleet returned to China that summer.


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