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- Journal of Burma Studies
- University of Hawai'i Press
- “Burmanization” and the Impact of J.S. Furnivall’s Views on National Identity in Late-Colonial Burma Volume 20, Number 2, December 2016, pp. 291-333
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This issue contains 6 articles in total
- Editors’ Note
- A Buddha Image for Exorcism
- “Burmanization” and the Impact of J.S. Furnivall’s Views on National Identity in Late-Colonial Burma
- A Lacquered History of the Kings of Pagan from an Illustrated
Glass Palace Chronicle
- Yesterday Once More: Tracking (un)Popular Music in Contemporary Myanmar
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