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Brunei: the structure and history of a Bornean Malay sultanate

Brown, D. E.

Brunei: the structure and history of a Bornean Malay sultanate

by Brown, D. E.

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Published by Brunei Museum in [Brunei .
Written in English

    Places:
  • Brunei.
    • Subjects:
    • Brunei.

    • Edition Notes

      Statementby D. E. Brown.
      SeriesMonograph of the Brunei Museum journal ;, v. 2, no. 2
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsDS646.35 .B76a vol. 2, no. 2
      The Physical Object
      Paginationxi, 235 p.
      Number of Pages235
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL4088354M
      LC Control Number79943209

        Feudalism in Pre-Colonial Malaya: The Past as a Colonial Discourse. vol. II, –8, cited in Brown, D.E., Brunei: The Structure and History of A Bornean Malay Sultanate (Brunei: Monograph of the Brunei Museum 64 These ideas have been developed in his Concept of a Hero in Malay Society, and in his second book Malay Ideas on Cited by: 3. The Malay Dilemma. The famous book-length essay by the author who is now the Prime Minister of Malaysia. Brooke, Sylvia and H.H. Queen of the Headhunters. London, An eccentric but quite interesting account by the wife of one of the White Rajahs. Brown, D.E. Brunei: The Structure and History of a Bornean Malay Sultanate. Brunei Museum,

      Historians noted that ‘Hukum Kanun Brunei’ (Brunei Legal Code) is similar to those of Malacca, even the ministerial structure is the same with Malacca (Wazir Berempat). As for modern Brunei, the constitution has put 7 official native ethnicities of Brunei. They consist of Bruneian Malay, Kedayan, Dusun, Tutong, Belait, Murut and Bisaya. In the sixteenth century the kingdom of Brunei was one of the most powerful Malay states in Southeast Asia, its influence extending along the whole of the north coast of the island of Borneo and as far northwards as Manila bay. In time its grip over neighbouring polities was greatly.

      The Structure and History of a Bornean Malay Sultanate, (). The Sultanate of Brunei: Oil Wealth and Problems of Development, Nurenberg, Friedrich Alexander Universitaet,Author: Nani Suryani Haji Abu Bakar.   According to Nothofer (), the Austronesian languages and dialects spoken in Brunei are Belait, Bisaya, Dusun, Brunei Malay, Kampung Ayer Malay, Kedayan, Standard Malay, Murut, Tutong, Mukah, Author: Noor Azam Haji-Othman, Siti Ajeerah Najib.


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useful series of the Brunei Museum, which is rapidly becoming a major center for Bornean research. Brown analyzes the sociopolitical structure of Brunei and traces the history of change.

For his purposes he defines social structure as consisting of the perpetual social units and their articulation with one an- : G. Appell. Brunei: the structure and history of a Bornean Malay sultanate.

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Chapter Author: E. Ann Black. Book Title. Brunei Museum Journal is an academic journal, published annually by the Brunei first volume was produced in The journal is dedicated to the advancement of knowledge of Brunei Darussalam, Borneo, and Southeast Asia.A large variety of topics are covered, including both the sciences and humanities subjects such as Archaeology, Ethnography and History.

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structure and history of a Bornean Malay Sultanate (Brunei: Brunei Museum, ), A similar summary is found in Graham Saunders, A history of Brunei, 2nd : Borneo History. Brunei: the structure and history of a Bornean Malay sultanate (), based on the author's Cornell doctorate (unpublished), and Amy Kimball's Borneo medicine: the healing act of Brunei Malay indigenous medicine (), arising from field research undertaken in Brunei from to and during subsequent shorter visits.

Brunei: The Structure And History Of A Bornean Malay Sultanate Your Price: $ Prosiding Seminar Sejarah Borneo Ke Kerajaan-Kerajaan Melayu dan. British records have been far more helpful in the growing historiography of the sultanate of Brunei.

Through them, for example, D. Brown continued the pioneering work of his Brunei: The Structure and History of a Bornean Malay Sultanate () with "Sultan Mumin's Will and Related Documents," BMJ, 3 ().

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History and Theory 38 (): –   Next, Dr. (later Professor) D. Brown's Brunei: The Structure and History of a Bornean Malay Sultanate () remains the "strongest and one of the richest accounts of the Brunei sultanate" and takes "a social and structural approach often preferable to drier listings of names and events.".

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NOTES-DOCUMENTS. NOTES ON SOME CONTROVERSIAL ISSUES IN BRUNEI HISTORY. by Robert NICHOLL. 1. The Location of P'o-ni. According to Pelliot (') the first recorded reference to P'o-ni is that in K6 p. 5 r° of the Man Shu, written by Fan Ch'o about A.

D. and translated by Dr. G. H. Luce as Cornell Data Pa Decemberby: 1.D. E. Brown Brunei: The Structure and History of a Bornean Malay Sultanate (Brunei Museum, Brunei). Lord Chalfont By God's Will: A Portrait of the Sultan of Brunei (Weidenfeld and Nicolson, London).

C. N. Crisswell 'The Establishment of A .‘ How it came to be: Or how I wrote “Brunei: The structure and history of a Bornean Malay sultanate” ’, Borneo Research Bulletin 42 (): – 29 Kuper's research was on the kingdom of Swaziland and Smith's on the Zaria Emirate in northern by: 5.