What about Asia?: Revisiting Asian Studies

What about Asia?: Revisiting Asian Studies

Language: English

Pages: 200

ISBN: 9053569596

Format: PDF / Kindle (mobi) / ePub

What about Asia?: Revisiting Asian Studies

Language: English

Pages: 200

ISBN: 9053569596

Format: PDF / Kindle (mobi) / ePub


As Asia has become more prominent on the international scene in recent decades—economically, politically, and culturally—the scholarly discipline of Asian studies has grown commensurately. But major questions remain about the scope of the discipline and its goals. What about Asia? both surveys the current state of the debate on Asian studies and suggests several fruitful directions for future exploration, especially through the use of multiregional and interdisciplinary approaches.

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to be fully comprehended. In the Buddhist case, after the formula is initially stated it is later rationally elaborated and fully explicated by the Buddha and given further conceptual development in the various schools of Buddhist logic. The enigmatic, thick, often poetic nature of aphorisms defy translation and are amply demonstrated in Nietzsche’s work and in the work of another wandering ascetic and so-called ‘mystic,’ Wittgenstein, in the opening propositions of the Tractatus

the International Convention of Asia Scholars (ICAS) as facilitators towards that end have been invaluable and shall continue to do so in the future. Bibliography Andaya, Barbara & Andaya, Leornard, A History of Malaysia, Honolulu: University of Hawai’i Press, 2001 [2nd ed]. Anderson, Benedict, Imagined Communities, London: Verso, 1983. Bellwood, Peter. Prehistory of Indo-Malayan Archipelago, Sydney: Academic Press, 1985. Blussé, Leonard, ‘Changes of Regime and Colonial State Formation in the

increasingly precarious existence and focused almost completely on classical Asian studies. In the immediate post-war period, Europeans became more and more involved in the reconstruction of their national states. The war had left them penniless and their infrastructure was in ruins. Endeavours to reconstruct their countries confronted the Europeans with two crucial insights. Firstly, without the US and its Marshall Plan, the European countries would have been extremely weak in a political as

organised according to the action lines indicated in the communication (18/1-25/2/2000)’, http://www.europa. eu.int/comm/research/area/comments.html, 2000: 1-8. European Commission, ‘Towards a new Asian strategy’, http://www.europe. eu.int/comm/external_relations/asem/asem_process/com.htm, 1994. Gilson, J., ‘Asia meets Europe: the view from Europe’, Enlarging European Union and Asia, edited by Z. Mantaha and T. Tanaka, Singapore: Asia-Europe Foundation and Keio University, 2005. Goh Chok Tong,

25-09-2006 12:02:37 Contributors Robert Cribb, Senior Fellow, Division of Pacific and Asian History, Research School of Pacific and Asian Studies, Australian National University. Gananath Obeyesekere, Professor of Anthropology, Emeritus at Princeton University. Shamsul A.B., Professor at and Director of Institut Alam dan Tamadun Melayu and Institute of Occidental Studies, Universiti Kebangsaan Malaysia. Josine Stremmelaar, Executive Manager, International Institute for Asian Studies, Executive

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