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A History of Malaysia (3rd Edition)

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First published in 1982, this text is widely regarded as a leading general history of the country. This new and revised edition brings the story of this fascinating country up to date, incorporating the latest scholarship on...

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First published in 1982, this text is widely regarded as a leading general history of the country. This new and revised edition brings the story of this fascinating country up to date, incorporating the latest scholarship on every period of Malaysian history, including recent research into pre-modern times. This text thus provides a historical framework that helps explain the roots of the issues dominating Malaysian life today, and the difficulties of creating a multicultural state where resources are equitably shared and the rights of all citizens are acknowledged.

This book is a key text for courses on Southeast Asian history and politics. Covering a range of disciplinary subjects in the humanities and social sciences, it is also useful for anyone interested in the assessment of young, modernizing nations.

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  • Comprehensive coverage, dealing with the origins of Malaya right up to current issues in contemporary Malaysia
  • Written by leading experts in the field
  • Accessible and suitable for undergraduates, with a  helpful glossary
  • The bibliographic essays and suggestions for further reading contained in each chapter provide the opportunity for further study







  • A new chapter provides insights into Malaysian history of the last 15 years, including the growing influence of the internet and social media in the political sphere
  • Greater attention is paid to the strengthening of civil society movements that have arisen in light of perceived government failures
  • Fresh analysis of Islam's historical role in the Malay world and how it links with the growing Islamization of Malaysia today









Acknowledgements
Preface to the Third Edition
Note on Spelling
Abbreviations
Maps
Introduction: The Environment and Peoples of Malaysia
1. The Heritage of the Past
2. Melaka's Legacy in a Changing Malay World, 1400-1699
3. The Demise of the Malay Entrepôt State, 1699-1819
4. 'A New World is Created', 1819-74
5. The Making of 'British' Malaya, 1874-1919
6. The Functioning of a Colonial Society, 1900-1941
7. Negotiating a New Nation, 1942-1969
8. Restructuring Malaysia, 1969-1999
9. Malaysia at a Cross-Roads, 1999-2015
Conclusion
Notes
Further Reading
Glossary
Index.

For many years the authoritative resource for students and the general reader, this third edition brings the Malaysia narrative right up to the present, and reviews the entire history of this extraordinary country in the light of recent research. The Andayas show that historical knowledge is absolutely essential to understand the dynamics of Malaysia today. – Anthony Milner, Australian National University, Australia
The history of Malaysia was a fine example of objective scholarship about the country's multifaceted development when it was first published over 30 years ago. The new edition brings that tangled story up to the present, confirming how truly remarkable the Andayas' achievement has been. – Wang Gungwu, National University of Singapore, Singapore
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Barbara Watson Andaya is Professor of Asian Studies at the University of Hawai'i, USA.

Leonard Y. Andaya is Professor of Southeast Asian History at the University of Hawai'i, USA.

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Barbara Watson Andaya is Professor of Asian Studies at the University of Hawai'i, USA.

Leonard Y. Andaya is Professor of Southeast Asian History at the University of Hawai'i, USA.

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