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I Wayan Arka, Malcolm Ross (eds); The many faces of Austronesian voice systems; Some new empirical studies (René van den Berg)H.W. Dick; Surabaya, city of work; A socioeconomic history, 1900-2000 (Peter Boomgaard)Josiane Cauquelin; The aborigines of Taiwan: the Puyuma; From headhunting to the modern world. (Wen-Teh Chen)Mark Turner, Owen Podger (with Maria Sumardjono andWayan K. Tirthayasa); Decentralisation in Indonesia; Redesigning the state (Dorian Fougères)Jérôme Samuel; Modernisation lexicale et politique terminologique; Le cas de l’Indonésien (Arndt Graf)Nicholas J. White; British business in post-colonial Malaysia, 1957-70: neo-colonialism or disengagement? (Karl Hack)Chin Peng; Alias Chin Peng; My side of history; As told to Ian Ward and Norma Miraflor (Russell Jones)C.C. Chin, Karl Hack (eds); Dialogues with Chin Peng; New light on the Malayan Emergency (Russell Jones)Saw Swee-Hock; Population policies and programmes in Singapore (Santo Koesoebjono)Domenyk Eades; A grammar of Gayo; A language of Aceh, Sumatra (Yuri A. Lander)Derek Johnson, Mark Valencia (eds); Piracy in Southeast Asia;Status, issues, and responses (Carolyn Liss)Niclas Burenhult; A grammar of Jahai (James A. Matisoff)Ann R. Kinney, Marijke J. Klokke, Lydia Kieven (photographsby Rio Helmi); Worshiping Siva and Buddha; The temple art of East Java (Dick van der Meij)Ruben Stoel; Focus in Manado Malay; Grammar, particles, and intonation (Don van Minde)Pamela J. Stewart, Andrew Strathern (eds); Expressive genresand historical change; Indonesia, Papua New Guinea and Taiwan. (Dianne van Oosterhout)Johszua Robert Mansoben; Sistem politik tradisional di IrianJaya, Indonesia; Studi perbandingan (Anton Ploeg)Timothy B. Barnard (ed.); Contesting Malayness; Malay identities across boundaries (Nathan Porath)Joel Bradshaw, Francisc Czobor (eds); Otto Dempwolff’s grammar of the Jabêm language in New Guinea (Ger Reesink)Jon Fraenkel; The manipulation of custom; From uprising to intervention in the Solomon Islands (Jaap Timmer)Clive Moore; Happy isles in crisis; The historical causes for a failing state in Solomon Islands, 1998-2004 (Jaap Timmer)Peter Burns; The Leiden legacy; Concepts of law in Indonesia (Bryan S. Turner)Terry Crowley; Bislama reference grammar (Kees Versteegh)REVIEW ESSAYMatthew Isaac Cohen; Transnational and postcolonial gamelanLisa Gold; Music in BaliMargaret J. Kartomi; The Gamelan Digul and the prison camp musician who built it; An Australian link with the Indonesian revolutionMarc Perlman; Unplayed melodies; Javanese gamelan and the genesis of music theoryTed Solís (ed.); Performing ethnomusicology; Teaching and representation in world music ensemblesHenry Spiller; Gamelan; The traditional sounds of IndonesiaAndrew N. Weintraub; Power plays; Wayang golek theater of West JavaREVIEW ESSAYVictor T. King; People and nature in BorneoTim Bending; Penan histories; Contentious narratives in upriver SarawakRajindra K. Puri; Deadly dances in the Bornean rainforest; Hunting knowledge of the Penan Benalui, 2005Reed L. Wadley (ed.); Histories of the Borneo environment; Economic, political and social dimensions of change and continuityIn: Bijdragen tot de Taal-, Land- en Volkenkunde no. 162 (2006), no: 4, Leiden

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