• SOUTHEAST ASIA DURING THE HIGH COLONIAL AGE 1870-1914
    The evolution of various territories that eventually came together to form Malaysia in 1963.
  • SARAWAK’s ECONOMY FROM THE LATE 19th CENTURY
    Mineral exploitation and the rubber boom.
  • EVOLVING POLITICAL ECONOMY OF MALAYA’S RUBBER DEVELOPMENT
    Changing relationship between state and peasantry
UPDATES

20 May 2019
Professor Emeritus Peter J. Drake, University of New England and Australian Catholic University
13 May 2019
Dr David Demery, formerly Research Fellow, University of Bristol, United Kingdom
14 December 2018
Professor Ooi Keat Gin, Asia Pacific Research Unit, School of Humanities, Universiti Sains Malaysia
Dr Vincent Lim Choon Seng, HRH Sultan Nazrin Shah's Economic and Social History of Malaya Project
3 December 2018
Professor Emeritus Martin Rudner, The Norman Paterson School of International Affairs, Carleton University, Ottawa, Canada
17 January 2017
13 June 2018
16 Jan 2017
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