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VOL LXIX NO.90 DECEMBER 2011


THE SARAWAK MUSEUM JOURNAL

 

VOL LXIX NO.90 DECEMBER 2011

ISSN   : 0375-3050

Hardcopy: RM 30.00

 


No Title and Authors Name

1.
Place, person and power: Lundayeh/ Lun Bawa and post-Christian narratives
Jay B. Crain and Vicki Pearson-Rounds

2.
Traditional earthen crocodile effigies of the Lun Bawang in Sarawak: Functions, origin and significance
Ipoi Datan

3.
Tapioca for breakfast with the Penan in Long Beruang
Valerie Mashman

4.
Sarawak's economic development since the formation of Malaysia: A case study of 1966-1968 students at Lawas Government Secondary School
Richard E. Schatz

5.
Making sense of the landscape: Eastern Penan perspectives
Jayl Langub

6.
From hand tools to mobile phones: The Lundayeh and technology in Central Highland Borneo
Daniel Chew and Jayl Langub

7.
Seping secondary burial: Past practices and present day significance
Abdul Rashid Abdullah and Jayl Langub

8.
Melanau secondary treatment of the dead: Re-membering connections
Ann Appleton

9.
Pelajau Kaul and the Sambas connection
Ann Appleton

10.
The Chinese in Sarawak, 1946-63; Education, Land and Belonging
Daniel Chew

 

 

 

 
 

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