3 edition of The Maritime Frontier of Burma found in the catalog.
January 28, 2004
by Edita-the Publishing House of the Royal
Written in English
|Contributions||Jos Gommans (Editor), Jacques Leider (Editor)|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||248|
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Discussions of security challenges to Myanmar’s past governments have tended to focus on land-based threats, primarily insurgencies associated with ethnic armed organizations. 1 This does not mean, though, that Myanmar is unconcerned about questions of maritime security. This is underscored for instance by the expansion of Myanmar’s Navy (Tatmadaw Yay) since the State Law and Order. Edited Books or Journals. Jump to: Authored Books J., (ed.), The Maritime Frontier of Burma: Exploring Political, Cultural and Commercial Interaction in the Indian Ocean World, Charney, Michael W. () 'Gleanings on Burma, December , edited by Michael W. Charney' SOAS Bulletin of Burma Research, 3. Lewin, T. H. and Charney.
"Burma in Early Thai Sources: An Essay on Models of Perception", in Jos Gommans and Jacques Leider (eds.) The Maritime Frontier of Burma: Exploring Political, Cultural and Commercial Interaction in the Indian Ocean World, - map from "In farthest Burma - the record of an arduous journey of exploration and research through the unknown frontier territory of Burma and Tibet" Coordinates: 27°21′00″N 97°24′00″E / °N °E / ; Fort Hertz was a remote British Military outpost in northeastern Burma in the district.
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Gommans, Jacques Leider, Jos Gommanser: BooksCited by: On the Maritime Frontier of Off-the-Grid Burma Off the south coast of Burma, the barely touched, largely uninhabited Mergui Archipelago beckons the intrepid sailor.
Joe Cummings checks his phone at the cabin door for an exploration of the new eco-resorts in one of the least touristed places in Southeast Asia. Off the south coast of Burma, the barely touched, largely uninhabited Mergui Archipelago beckons the intrepid sailor.
Joe Cummings checks his phone at the cabin door for an exploration of the new. PDF | On Jul 1,Maung Myoe and others published "The Maritime Frontier of Myanmar: Challenges in the Early 21st Century" in Oh Su-Ann (ed.) Myanmar's Mountain and.
Jos Gommans, Jacques Leider, Tilman Frasch (), and others have recently focused on Lower Burma’s “maritime frontier”, looking at the exchanges and trade routes characterising the world of Pegu and the coast from the thirteenth to the 18th century.
2 See for example: Bose (), Frost (), and Fawaz, Bayly & Ilbert ().Cited by: 2. This is a daunting task, no doubt, and the book skillfully accomplishes that through an expansive research coverage that includes under represented topics (maritime frontiers), case studies on local practices of peripheral ethnic groups (Rakhine spirit cult, cross-border mule caravan networks, Tai Buddhist rituals) as well as broad commentaries.
First, it alerts us to the fact that the border regions are situated in the mountainous and maritime domains of the country, highlighting the commonalities that arise from shared geography.
Second, the book foregrounds socio-spatio practices - economic, intimate, spiritual, virtual - of border and boundary-making in their local context.
In book: The Maritime Frontier of Burma: Exploring Political, Cultural and Commercial Interaction in the Indian Ocean World,Publisher: KITLV Press, Editors: Jos Gommans, J. Leider, pp Author: Michael Charney. The book begins with the end of the First Anglo-Burmese War (–26), which resulted in the British annexation of the North-Eastern Frontier of Bengal and the extension of its sway over the Arakan and Manipur frontiers, and closes with the separation of Burma from India in Author: Pum Khan Pau.
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To understand Burma’s 20th century and its current state, these ten books are indispensable guides, all Author: Thomas Storey. Maurice Collis wrote prolifically about Burma and his experiences as a colonial public servant, but 80 years after he lived in the country, few readers of English have heard of him.
In London in the s, more than 30 years after leaving Burma where he had been a district magistrate in Rangoon, Maurice Collis met Lord Stanley of Alderley, who. Edited with J. Leider, The Maritime Frontier of Burma: Exploring Political, Cultural andCommercial Interaction in the Indian Ocean World, c.
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' In: Gommans, J., (ed.), The Maritime Frontier of Burma: Exploring Political, Cultural and Commercial Interaction in the Indian Ocean World, This book is an excellent oral history of the Burma campaign, as told by British, Indian and Japanese soldiers who were there. As always when reading these type of books, it humbles you to read of what people went through, and is always a great way to learn about what really happened/5.
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