restricted access   Volume 89, Part 1, No. 310, June 2016

Table of Contents

Editor’s Note

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Articles

Nusantara: History of a Concept

pp. 3-14
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The Customary Tenure Enactment and Matrilineal Land Rights in Negeri Sembilan

pp. 15-33
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Immigration Control during the Malayan Emergency: Borders, Belonging and Citizenship, 1948–1960

pp. 35-59
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Cleansing the Sacred Mountain in the Aftermath of the 2015 Mount Kinabalu Earthquake

pp. 61-78
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Special Section: Ethnographic Notes on the Funeral Rituals for Lee Kuan Yew

Ethnographic Notes on the State Funeral of Lee Kuan Yew: Introduction

pp. 81-83
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Nation and Consecration: Conversions of Death into Sacrifice in Singapore

pp. 84-105
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The Well-Prepared Death of Lee Kuan Yew

pp. 107-113
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Individual and State Narratives of Lee Kuan Yew as Ancestor and Founding Father

pp. 115-121
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Minority Voices and Dominant Structures: The Case of Amos Yee

pp. 123-135
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Singaporean Reactions to Commemorations of Lee Kuan Yew in Tamil Nadu

pp. 137-153
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Documents from Malaysian History

A Flood in the Triang Valley in December 1896

pp. 155-158
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Book Reviews

Radicals: Resistance and Protest in Colonial Malaya

pp. 159-162
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Journal, Memorials and Letters of Cornelis Matelieff de Jonge: Security, Diplomacy and Commerce in 17th-century Southeast Asia

pp. 163-165
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Rubber Manufacturing in Malaysia: Resource-based Industrialization in Practice

pp. 165-167
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Taming the Wild: Aborigines and Racial Knowledge in Colonial Malaya

pp. 167-170
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Luk Thung: The Culture and Politics of Thailand’s Most Popular Music

pp. 171-172
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Energy, Governance and Security in Thailand and Myanmar (Burma): A Critical Approach to Environmental Politics in the South

pp. 173-174
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The Open Door: Early Modern Wajorese Statecraft and Diaspora

pp. 175-177
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The Diaries of George C. Woolley. Volume 1: 1901–1907

pp. 178-180
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The ASEAN Charter: A Commentary

pp. 180-182
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