Female travelogues tapped into the corpus of Southeast Asia travel writings and used descriptions and anecdotes built up by other previous travellers.
The ISEAS Library presents a selection of books written, edited and compiled by external speakers at ISEAS seminars in the past year.
Private papers, photographs and more – a new way to access the Library’s digitised collections!
Three classic novels that reflect the unyielding spirit of Indonesian history.
This list covers a good range from ghosts to fashion to language to politics. Drop by the Library to pick up one (or more)!
In 1953, Loke Wan Tho accompanied Sir Anthony Foster Abell, third Governor of Sarawak, on a tour of the colony, calling on community leaders and penghulu of rural longhouses.
The ISEAS Library collection includes Southeast Asian cookbooks and recipes. Some of the older publications among these are Indonesian recipe books dating from the 1950s, available in print and microfiche format.
Malay vocabulary books gained popularity in the 17th and 18th centuries when the Europeans intensified their study of the language to facilitate trade and other interactions with people in the region.
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