Borneo Bibliography 2005

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Borneo Bibliography 2005

Horton, A. V. M., Borneo Research Bulletin

Abdul Rahman Mohamed Yusof 1984 Perkembangan Teater di Brunei [The Development of Theatre in Brunei]. Beriga, No. 3(April-June):57-62.

Cited in Hussainmiya 2003:297.

Abdul Razak bin Pengiran Haji Damit, Pengiran 2001 Brunei Bay, Northwest Borneo: Depositional System. Ph.D. Dissertation, University of Aberdeen.

Source: University of Aberdeen website, Tuesday 7 February 2006.

Adelaar, K. Alexander 2004 Where Does Malay Come From? Twenty Years of Discussions about Homeland, Migrations and Classifications. Bijdragen tot de Taal-, Land- en Volkenkunde 160(1):1-30.

2005 (with assistance of Pak Vitus Kaslem) Salako or Badamea. Sketch Grammar, Texts and Lexicon of a Kanayatn Dialect in West Borneo. (Frankfurter Forschungen zu Sudostasien 2). Wiesbaden: Harrassowitz Verlag.

Agama, Agnes Lee 2004 Towards a Theory of Substance and Form: A Contextual Analysis of Kiau Dusun Plant Knowledge in Sabah, Malaysian Borneo. Ph.D. Dissertation, University of Kent at Canterbury.

"AMS" 2005 "Ecology/Evolution. A Forest Sere. Science 307(11 February):817.

Amster, Matthew H. 2005a Cross-Border Marriage in the Kelabit Highlands of Borneo. Anthropological Forum 15(2): 131-50.

2005b The Rhetoric of the State: Dependency and Control in a Malaysian-Indonesian Borderland. Identities: Global Studies in Culture and Power 12(1):23-43.

Amster, Matthew H. and Johan Lindquist 2005 Frontiers, Sovereignty, and Marital Tactics: Comparisons from the Borneo Highlands and the Indonesia-Malaysia-Singapore Growth Triangle. The Asia Pacific Journal of Anthropology 6(1)(April):1-17.


Anaman, K. A. and Ismail Duraman (eds.) 2003 Applied Economic Analysis in Brunei Darussalam: Evaluation of Economic Growth and Trade, Microeconomic Efficiency and Analysis of Socio-economic Problems. Bandar Seri Begawan: Universiti Brunei Darussalam. ISBN 99917-1-126-0.

Anderson, Douglas D.

1997 Cave Archaeology in Southeast Asia. Geoarchaeology 12:607-38.

Appell, G. N. 1974a Comments on D. E. Brown, "Corporations and Social Classification." Current Anthropology 15:41.

1974b Review of Donald E. Brown, Brunei: The Structure and History of a Bornean Malay Sultanate. American Anthropologist 76:145-46.

1976 Review of Spenser St. John, Life in the Forests of the Far East, Volumes I and II. The Asian Student 24(15):11.

2003 Rungus Dusun. IN: Carol R. Ember and Melvin Ember (eds), Encyclopedia of Sex and Gender: Men and Women in the World's Cultures. New Haven: Human Relations Area Files and Kluwer/Plenum.

2004 Kadazan-Dusun. IN Ooi Keat-Gin (ed), Southeast Asia: A Historical Encyclopedia. Santa Barbara: ABC CLIO.

2005 Dismantling the Cultural Ecosystem of the Rungus of Sabah, Malaysia: A History of How the Ideology of Western Institutions Led to the Destruction of a Bornean Environment. IN Wadley (ed.), 2005:213-43.

Ashworth, Jon 2005a "Brunei's Royals Lost 50 Million [pounds sterling] Cafe Chain Suit" and "Super-Rich Family Grows Accustomed to Law Fights." The Times (London), online, 7 February 2005.

2005b Heat Turned Up in Briton's Coffee War with Brunei Royal. The Times (London), online, 21 February 2005.

Asia and Pacific Review 2005: The Economic and Business Report. Saffron Walden: World of Information. In association with Knowledge Books and Software, Brighton, Queensland, Australia. 22nd edition; first published in 1980. Managing Editor: Anthony Axon. NBD section, pp. 38-46.

Atack, Katherine n.d. The Fishes of Kuching Rivers. Published by Natural History Publications, Kota Kinabalu; launched at Kuching on Wednesday 25 January 2006 (Borneo Bulletin online, Tuesday 31 January 2006:b5.htm).

"This is a field guide to the fishes of three rivers, namely Sungai Sarawak, Sungai Maong, and Sungai Kuap, and forms part of an urban environmental management system project being carried out by the state government and Danish International Development Assistance (Danida)" (Borneo Bulletin online, Tuesday 31 January 2006:b5.

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