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Southeast Asian Studies

Library research guide for Southeast Asia Collection

Images and Videos

Journeys into Islamic Southeast Asia (47 minutes) Follow the footsteps of the traders who introduced Islam into Southeast Asia.

The Battle for Islam (63 minutes) Explores Islam since 9/11 with an emphasis on Malaysia and Indonesia as well as Morocco, Turkey and Pakistan.

Journeys into Islam [videorecording]/ producers, Ahmad Fadzil A. Manap, Wan Rozita Aladad Khan. Princeton, NJ: Flims for the Huamanities & Sciences, 2006. 4 videodiscs (201 mins).  Hayden Lower Level: BP 63. A1 J68 2006 DVD



Selected Resources

A Dictionary of Indonesian Islam/ Howard M. Federspiel. Athens, OH: Ohio University Center for Southeast Asian Studies, no.94, 1995. Hayden Stacks: BP 63 .I5 F43 1995

Islam in Southeast Asia/ edited by Joesph Chinyong Liow and Nadirsyah Hosen. New York: Routledge, 2010. Hayden Stacks: BP63 .A38 I86 2010 v1., v2, v3.

Studies on Islam and society in Southeast Asia / William R. Roff. Singapore: NUS Press, 2009. Hayden Stacks: BP 63 .A38 R64 2009

Muslim reform in Southeast Asia: perspectives from Malaysia, Indonesia and Singapore/ editor, Syed. Singapore: Majlis Ugama Islam Singapura, 2009. BP 63 .A785 M87 2009


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