In Search of Southeast Asia: A Modern History

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In Search of Southeast Asia
A MODERN HISTORY

REVISED EDITION

David P. Chandler William R. Roff John R. W. Smail David Joel Steinberg Robert H. Taylor Alexander Woodside David K. Wyatt

Edited by David Joel Steinberg

Allen & Unwin

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Table of contents

Table of contents

  • Contents v
  • Title Page *
  • Maps and Figures vii
  • Preface ix
  • Preface to the Second Edition xi
  • Introduction 1
  • Part One - The Eighteenth-Century World 7
  • 1 - The Peasant World 9
  • 2 - Non-State Peoples 21
  • 3 - Authority and Village Society 26
  • 4 - Provincial Powers 30
  • 5 - Religious Life and Leadership 37
  • 6 - Traders and Markets 49
  • 7 - The Buddhist Kings 60
  • 8 - The Vietnamese Emperors 69
  • 9 - The Malay Sultans 76
  • 10 - The Javanese Kings 83
  • 11 - The Spanish Governors 91
  • Part Two - New Challenges to Old Authority 97
  • 13 - Siam, 1767-1868 111
  • 14 - Cambodia, 1779-1863 123
  • 15 - Vietnam, 1802-1867 128
  • 16 - The Malay Peninsula to 1874 139
  • 17 - The Archipelago, 1750-1870 146
  • 18 - Java, 1757-1875 151
  • 19 - The Philippines, 1762-1872 160
  • Part Three - Frameworks for Nations 171
  • 20 - The Making of New States 175
  • 21 - Bureaucratic and Economic Frameworks 203
  • 22 - Economic Transformation, 1870-1940 219
  • Part Four - Social Change and the Emergence of Nationalism 245
  • 23 - Preludes 247
  • 24 - Channels of Change 254
  • 25 - The Philippines 269
  • 26 - Burma 282
  • 27 - Indonesia 292
  • 28 - Vietnam 312
  • 29 - Siam 324
  • 30 - Malaya 332
  • 31 - Laos and Cambodia 340
  • Part Five - Southeast Asian Nations in a New World Order 347
  • 32 - War, Independence, and Political Transition 349
  • 33 - Vietnam 356
  • 34 - Cambodia and Laos 374
  • 35 - The Kingdom of Thailand 387
  • 36 - The Union of Burma 394
  • 37 - Malaysia, Singapore, and Brunei 405
  • 38 - The Republic of Indonesia 418
  • 39 - The Republic of the Philippines 431
  • 40 - Transforming Southeast Asia 443
  • Appendix 477
  • Notes 481
  • Glossary 485
  • Bibliography 495
  • Index 565
  • Notes on the Authors 589
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