|aIndigenous peoples and the state :|bpolitics, land, and ethnicity in the Malayan Peninsula and Borneo /|cedited by Robert L. Winzeler.
|aNew Haven, Conn. :|bYale University Southeast Asia Studies,|cc1997.
|axii, 316 p. :|bill., maps ;|c23 cm.
|aMonograph / Yale Southeast Asia Studies ;|v46
|aIncludes bibliographical references (p. 261-308) and index.
|aBatek history, interethnic relations, and subgroup dynamics / Kirk Endicott -- Malay, Semelai, Temoq: Semelai concepts of ethnicity in south-central Malaya / Rosemary Gianno -- The origin of an Orang Asli reserve in Kedah / Shuichi Nagata -- The persistence of received truth: how the Malaysian ruling class constructs the Orang Asli / Robert K. Dentan -- The ethnicity and ethnohistory of the Kadayan of Brunei / Allen R. Maxwell -- The deculturation of the Brunei Dusun / Jay H. Bernstein -- Religion and identity in central Kalimantan: the case of the Ngaju Dayaks / Anne Schiller -- Modern Bidayuh ethnicity and the politics of culture in Sarawak / Robert L. Winzeler -- Timber, culture, and ethnicity: the concept of power and the politicization of ethnic identity among the Punan Bah of Sarawak / Ida Nicolaisen.
|aWinzeler, Robert L.
|aYale University.|bSoutheast Asia Studies.
|aMonograph series (Yale University. Southeast Asia Studies) ;|vno. 46.