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Trade And Society In The Straits Of Melaka

Dutch Melaka And English Penang, 1780-1830 (Nordic Institute of Asian Studies Momograph Series)

by Nordin Hussin.

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Published by Nordic Institute of Asian Studies .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Asian / Middle Eastern history: c 1500 to c 1900,
  • Economic History,
  • Social history,
  • c 1700 to c 1800,
  • c 1800 to c 1900,
  • Public Policy - Economic Policy,
  • Economics - Comparative,
  • History,
  • Business / Economics / Finance,
  • History: World,
  • Malaysia,
  • Asia - Southeast Asia

  • The Physical Object
    FormatPaperback
    Number of Pages415
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL9171709M
    ISBN 108791114470
    ISBN 109788791114472

      The Singapore and Melaka Straits: Violence, Security and Diplomacy in the 17th Century Peter Borschberg Singapore: NUS Press, pp. Bibliography, index. ISBN: Paperback S$   Search Google Scholar; Export Citation; 3. See for example K.N. Chaudhuri () Trade and Civilization in the Indian Ocean: An Economic History from the Rise of Islam to Cambridge: Cambridge University Press; G.B. Souza () The Survival of Empire: Portuguese Trade and Society in China and the South China Sea – Cambridge: Cambridge University Press and Cheong Cited by: 1.

    The straits forms the primary waterway linking the major civilizations to the east and west of Southeast Asia, and the flow of international trade through it was the lifeblood of the : Leonard Y. Andaya. Melaka or Malacca (both: məlăk`ə), state ( pop. ,), sq mi (1, sq km), Malaysia, S Malay Peninsula, on the Strait of ly one of the Straits Settlements Straits Settlements, collective name for certain former British colonies in Southeast Asia. The three British East India Company territories of Pinang, Singapore, and Malacca (see Melaka) were given a unified.

    Nordin Hussin, Trade and Society in the Straits of Melaka: Dutch Melaka and English Penang, (NIAS Press ). Without doubt Trade and Society in the Straits of Melaka is a truly pioneering study of urban history and breaks new ground in the context of Malaysian studies. Melaka and Penang A study of two port towns in the Straits of Melaka. (No pl., ). Wrappers. With illustrations. XII, pp. Thesis. - Trade and society in the Straits Of Melaka: Dutch Melaka and English Penang. [Boeknr.: ] € 45,


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Drawing on a large volume of archival records, many of them not used by earlier historians, Trade and Society in the Straits of Melaka examines the social and economic fabric of these two port cities, the one very much a Dutch town and the other British.

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Trade and Society in the Straits of Melaka. Nordin Hussin. While the more traditional histories of Southeast Asia and elsewhere has been primarily political, i.e. studies of men and women at the centre of power, there has been a growing trend to dig a bit deeper so as to develop histories of the people who influenced and were affected by the political decision makers.

The book Trade and Society in the Straits of Melaka: Dutch Melaka and English Penang,Nordin Hussin is published by National University of Singapore Press.

CHAPTER ONE The Straits of Melaka and the Trading World THE MALAY-INDONESIAN ARCHIPELAGO is situated on the trading route between India and China. This location, within which the Straits of Melaka is situated, is in the centre of one of the busiest trading routes in the Size: KB.

Book Reviews / JESHO 51 () Nordin HUSSIN. Trade and Society in the Straits of Melaka: Dutch Melaka and English Penang, NIAS Monographs, vol.

Singapore: NIAS/NUS Press, xxvii + pp., maps, tables, paperback. ISBN: Th is book’s jacket makes the claim that it is ‘a genuine pioneering study of Malaysian urban history.

Author: Hall, Kenneth. Get this from a library. Trade and society in the Straits of Melaka: Dutch Melaka and English Penang, [Nordin Hussin.]. The proposed book also sheds much needed light on a range of important topics in Malay history including: Kedah and the northern Melaka Straits history, colonial expansion and rivalry, Southeast Asian history and politics, interregional migration and the influence of the sea peoples or orang laut, traditional Malay socio-political and economic.

The book The Portuguese and the Straits of Melaka, Power, Trade and Diplomacy, Paulo Jorge de Sousa Pinto is published by National University of Singapore Press. The Strait of Malacca (Malay: Selat Melaka, Indonesian: Selat Malaka, Thai: ช่องแคบมะละกา, Tamil: மலாக்கா நீரிணை, Chinese: 马六甲海峡) or Straits of Malacca is a narrow, mi ( km) stretch of water between the Malay Peninsula (Peninsular Malaysia) and the Indonesian island of Sumatra.

As the main shipping channel between the Indian Coordinates: 4°N °E / 4°N °ECoordinates:. The strategic importance of the Straits of Melaka and the surrounding region far surpasses a simple recognition of that geographical area as a crossroads that connects various trade routes and links the Asian continent and the Archipelago and the Indian and Chinese civilisations.

The Straits of Melaka for much of the past two millennia offers an ideal testing ground to better understand the process of ethnic formation. The Straits forms the primary waterway linking the major civilizations to the east and west of Southeast Asia, and the flow of international trade through it was the lifeblood of the : Leonard Y.

Andaya. In Malacca during the early 15th century, Ming China actively sought to develop a commercial hub and a base of operation for their treasure voyages into the Indian Ocean. Malacca had been a relatively insignificant region, not even qualifying as a polity prior to the voyages according to both Ma Huan and Fei Xin, and was a vassal region of Siam.

Inthe Ming court dispatched Admiral Zheng Capital: Malacca City. The Singapore and Melaka Straits: Violence, Security and Diplomacy in the 17th Century is about the geo-strategic and geopolitical interests of the European powers around Sumatra and the Malay Peninsula during the late 16th and early 17th centuries.

An understanding of this period entails an appreciation of the topographical sciences of the age, the style of diplomacy undertaken, the. "Trade and Society in the Straits of Melaka: Dutch Melaka and English Penang, " published on 01 Jan by : Kenneth R.

Hall. Fernando M.R. () Continuity and Change in Maritime Trade in the Straits of Melaka in the Seventeenth and Eighteenth Centuries. In: Pearson M. (eds) Trade, Circulation, and Author: M. Fernando. (English) In: Bijdragen tot de Taal- Land- en Volkenkunde, Vol.no 1, p.

Article, book review (Other (popular science, discussion, etc.)) Published Abstract [en] Recension av ett ekonomisk-historiskt arbete om handelsstäderna Melaka (Malacka) och Penang, belägna vid.

Author: Maziar Mozaffari Falarti New Pb pp. Subject: Politics Condition: Good Publisher: SIRD Published: “Maziar Mozaffari Falarti’s book is different: a radically novel presentation of the history of Kedah, one of the oldest powerhouses on the Malay Peninsula, inspired by a wide variety.

Book Reviews /JESHO 51 () Nordin HUSSIN. Trade and Society in the Straits ofMelaka: Dutch Melaka and English Penang, NIAS Monographs, vol.

Singapore: NIAS/NUS Press, xxvii + pp., maps, tables, paperback. ISBN: This book's jacket makes the claim that it is a genuine pioneering study of. Now, most of the trade activities of Europe, China and Japan are conducted via the Melaka Straits. In fact, the Melaka Straits play an important strategic role in terms of world trade and regional.

The proposed book also sheds much needed light on a range of important topics in Malay history including: Kedah and the northern Melaka Straits history, colonial expansion and rivalry, Southeast Asian history and politics, interregional migration and the influence of the sea peoples or orang laut, traditional Malay socio-political and economic Author: Maziar Mozaffari Falarti.

The Singapore and Melaka Straits draws on these materials to examine early modern European cartography as a projection of Western power, treaty and alliance making, trade relations, and the struggle for naval hegemony in the Singapore and Melaka Straits.

The book provides an unprecedented look at the diplomatic activities of Asian powers in the.