2 edition of Southeast Asian cultural heritage found in the catalog.
Southeast Asian cultural heritage
by Programme on the Cultural Heritage of Southeast Asia, Institute of Southeast Asian Studies in Singapore
Written in English
|Statement||compiled by Ong Choo Suat.|
|Contributions||Ong, Choo Suat.|
|LC Classifications||DS521.3 .S68 1986|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||113 p. :|
|Number of Pages||113|
|LC Control Number||89940299|
About the book The monograph The Politics of Heritage in Indonesia. A Cultural History offers a new approach to the history of sites, archaeology, and heritage formation in Asia, at both the local and the trans-regional levels. Starting at Hindu-Buddhist, Chinese, Islamic, colonial, and prehistoric heritage sites in Indonesia, the focus is on. Cultural heritage as an industry. Presenting a detailed set of case studies, this book will be an essential companion for researchers and students in the field of cultural policy, cultural and creative industries, media and cultural studies, and Asian studies in general.
Tan Ta Sen has modestly suggested that, as a book to illustrate the peaceful impact of culture contact, he is concerned to show how such cultural influences not only led to transmissions, conversions and transferences involving Inner Asian Muslims from China and Yunnan Muslims, Chams, Javanese, Malays, Arabs and Indians, but also enabled many Chinese in the Malay world to retain their non 5/5(1). Southeast Asia has in recent years become a crossroads of cultures with high levels of ethnic pluralism, not only between countries, sub-regions and urban areas, but also at the local levels of community and neighbourhood. Illustrated by a series of international case studies, this book demonstrates.
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Southeast Asian Cultural Heritage Society (SEACHS), Vancouver, British Columbia. K likes. We foster self-knowledge, foreground intercultural work in communities of Southeast Asian ancestry /5(6). Books about Southeast Asian archaeology and cultural heritage, as well as book reviews. Author: Choo Suat Ong; Institute of Southeast Asian Studies.: Publisher: Singapore: Programme on the Cultural Heritage of Southeast Asia, Institute of Southeast Asian Studies,  © 10 Novels Inspired by Chinese and Southeast Asian Culture.
by Joel Cunningham / February 5, at pm It couldn’t have happened to a better book: and she weaves elements of her cultural heritage into pretty much everything she writes, including her epic space opera series set in the Xuya Universe, the future of an alternate Author: Joel Cunningham.
With its contents succinctly divided into four main parts, to cover Cultural Heritage, Colonial Interlude, Nationalist Response, and Fruits of Freedom, the book is especially useful for survey courses on Southeast Asian history." —Pamela Sodhy, Georgetown UniversityCited by: 8.
We aim to foster and enrich the cultures of South East Asia through the performing arts, visual arts, and the likes. The term East Asia defines the geographical region and/or the common cultural sphere of China, Japan, North Korea, South Korea, Vietnam and Mongolia.
Ethnic and linguistic similarities, shared artistic traditions, written language and moral values suggest that most East Asian peoples are descendants of the Yellow River civilization, that emerged in the flood plains of northern China around PDF e-book files for this publication are available as detailed below.
Southeast Asian Cultural Heritage: Images of Traditional Communities [Whole Publication, ISBN:. The South East Asian Review is an interdisciplinary research journal which welcomes articles from social-science, humanitites, traditional medicine, flora and fauna of the Southeast Asian region.
Sincethe goal of the journal is to disseminate knowledge of the common cultural heritage of. Southeast Asian Culture. Religion There are many types of religions that are practiced throughout Southeast Asia, from large known religions to small tribal religions and traditions.
The many religions that are a part of the people of Southeast Asias daily life are; Hinduism. History, Culture, and Region in Southeast Asian Perspectives History e-book project Issue 26 of Studies on Southeast Asia: Authors: O. Wolters, Olivers Wolters Wolters: Contributors: American Council of Learned Societies, Cornell University.
Southeast Asia Program, Institute of Southeast Asian Studies: Edition: illustrated, revised: Publisher5/5(1). Explores both cultural and natural heritage management pressures and responses.
Emphasizes how local people perceive national and world heritage sites, and how they are affected by heritage management. This is the first book to examine heritage tourism across the Southeast Asian region and from different disciplinary perspectives.
on tourism and cultural heritage will find familiar views and statements, albeit from an Asian per spective, in most of the papers. While the target audience for the publication is in Southeast Asia, much of the content is relevant and transposable to tourism and cultural heritage initiatives in the rest of the world.
Southeast Asia is a culturally rich and diverse region counting numerous sites classified by the UNESCO in the World Heritage of Humanity. With some of the world’s most famous sites like Angkor Wat in Cambodia or Ha Long Bay in Vietnam, Southeast Asia is home to 37 wonderful sites that stand out for their natural or cultural value.
Key points * First book to examine heritage tourism across the Southeast Asian region and from different disciplinary perspectives. * E xplores both cultural and natural heritage management pressures and responses. * Emphasizes how local people perceive national and world heritage sites, and how they are affected by heritage management.
This is the first book to examine heritage tourism across. Location of sites. Southeast Asia has the least number of UNESCO World Heritage Sites in Asia, next to Central and North Asia, despite being the base of the UNESCO Asia-Pacific headquarters located in Bangkok, Thailand and having a diverse line of natural and cultural heritage sites.
Due to this, numerous scholars have been calling on Southeast Asian governments to participate and nominate. Asian History / Studies, East Asian History / Studies, Japanese History / Studies, South Asian History / Studies, Southeast Asian History / Studies The Centre for Japanese Studies at the University of East Anglia invites applications to join our intensive three-week advanced undergraduate level fellowship in Japanese Arts and Cultural Heritage.
H.-D. Evers, in International Encyclopedia of the Social & Behavioral Sciences, Cultural Analysis. Southeast Asian cultures as systems of beliefs, values, symbols, and presentations are as diverse as the ethnic plurality of the local and migrant population. This diversity was analyzed in detail in earlier anthropological studies (KoentjaraningratBoonLombardand.
Ravikumar, who had visited Southeast Asia, including Thailand, several times and written books and articles on Indian cultural impact in these countries delivered a scholarly presentation.
Overall, the book is a most valuable contribution to the comparative study of the material expressions of Southeast Asian cultures, and specifically the history of conservation and the role and work of UNESCO, other international agencies, and local institutions in this endeavor.
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I. Title. TXS68V36. The book Cultural Property and Contested Ownership, edited by Brigitta Hauser-Schäublin and Lyndel V. Prott (London & New York: Routledge, ) provides long awaited insights and experiences from an interdisciplinary point of view by professionals working with .The readings are organized in four sections (Cultural Heritage, Colonial Interlude, Nationalist Response, and the Fruits of Freedom) and cover the entire range of Southeast Asian history from ancient to contemporary times.
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