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The legend, the looting and the legacy2019 Hali (199): 104-7
  • Jonathan Hope
*H6/KGG [HALI-]0142-0798
Sociability in eighteenth-century colonial India: the Nabob, the Nabobian Kothi, and the pursuit of leisure2019 Traditional dwellings and settlements review 31 (1): 7-24
  • Jyoti Pandey Sharma
H6 [TRADITIONAL-]1050-2029
Discovering Java2019 British Museum magazine (94): 32-5
  • Sitie Indrawati Djojohadikusumo
*H6 [BRITISH MUSEUM SOCIETY. Bulletin]0965-8297
Iang Evangelivm Ul-Kadus Menjurat kapada Marcum: the first Malay Gospel of Mark (1629–1630) and the Agama Kumpeni2018 Bijdragen tot de taal-, land- en volkenkunde 174 (1): 47-79
  • Lourens de Vries
H6/KX [BIJDRAGEN-]0006-2294
'A fondness for military display': conquest and intrigue in South India during the first Anglo-Afghan war, 1839-402018 Journal of Asian studies 77 (1): 139-59
  • Chandra Mallampalli
*H6/KW [JOURNAL-]0021-9118
A tale of two 'returnee' communities in the Gold Coast and Ghana: Accra's Tabon and Elmina's ex-soldiers, 1830s to the present2018 International journal of African historical studies 51 (2): 197-217
  • Hermann W. von Hesse
  • Larry W. Yarak
*H6/KY [INTERNATIONAL-]0361-7882
More light on Thomas Gullock's ambitions for trade with Borneo atthe end of the seventeenth century and on the man himself: and was he Ramírez's cruel' Captain Bel'?2018 Borneo research bulletin 49: 35-52
  • F. Andrew Smith
  • Sue Paul
H6/KX [BORNEO-]0006-7806
Words of majesty: a brief history of royal correspondence between England and Asia, 1600-18582017 Journal of the Malaysian branch of the Royal Asiatic Society 90 (1): 1-27
  • Richard Scott Morel
H6/KWY [ROYAL-]0128-5483
Tiworo in the seascape of the spice wars2017 Bulletin de l’Ecole Française d’Extrême-Orient 103: 237-56
  • Jennifer L. Gaynor
H6/KWY [ECOLE-]0336-1519French summary
The wandering fakirs of Bengal: heroes of villains?2016 South Asia research 36 (1): 1-23
  • Ananda Bhattacharya
H6/KWL [SOUTH-]0262-7280
Paths to power in the early stage of colonialism: an archaeological study of the Sultanate of Banten, Java, Indonesia, the seventeenth to early nineteenth century2016 Asian perspectives 55 (1): 89-119
  • Kaoru Ueda
  • Naniek Harkantiningsih
  • Sian Lim Chen
  • Sonny C. Wibisono
H6/KE [ASIAN-]0066-8435
'This class of vagabonds and sharpers': Europeans, rantau and the Malay world prior to colonial rule2015 Indonesia and the Malay world 43 (126): 255-69
  • Timothy P. Barnard
H6/KX [INDONESIA-]1363-9811
Colonizing the sacred: Allahabad and the Company State, 1797-18572015 Journal of Asian studies 74 (2): 347-67
  • Faridah Zaman
*H6/KW [JOURNAL-]0021-9118
Slavery and the emancipation of slaves on Penang2015 Journal of the Malaysian branch of the Royal Asiatic Society 88 (2): 125-8
  • Paul H. Kratoska
H6/KWY [ROYAL-]0128-5483
Sailing from the China coast to the Pescadores and Taiwan: a comparative study on the resemblances in Chinese and Dutch sailing patterns2015 Bulletin de l’Ecole Française d’Extrême-Orient 101: 289-323, 402, 406
  • Weichung Cheng
H6/KWY [ECOLE-]0336-1519French summary
Spice island stew: creolization of foodways on colonial era nutmeg plantations, Maluku province, Indonesia2015 Journal of Indo-Pacific archaeology 37: 33-48
  • Amy Jordan
H6/KE [INDO-PACIFIC PREHISTORY ASSOCIATION. Bulletin.]2375-0510in special issue 'Food and foodways in Indo-Pacific archaeology'
Dutch-Spanish rivalries in the Pacific and the conquest of Australia: from Cornelius de Houtman to Abel Janszoon Tasman (1595-1651)2013 Anuario de estudios americanos 70 (2): 479-507
  • Ana Crespo-Solana
*H6/KUL [ANUARIO-]0210-5810in thematic section 'The Pacific: new interpretations of an old ocean'; English summary
"Come then ye classic thieves of each degree": the social context of the Persepolis diaspora in the early nineteenth century2013 Iran 51: 207-34
  • Lindsay Allen
H6/KWJ [IRAN-]0578-6967
"Justice to India - prosperity to England - freedoms to the slave!" Humanitarian and moral reform campaigns on India, Aborigines and American slavery2012 Journal of the Royal Asiatic Society (Series 3) 22 (2): 299-324
  • Zoë Laidlaw
H6/KW [ROYAL-]1356-1863
Sociocultural malaise of India under the English East India Company rule2012 Anthropos (St Augustin) 107 (1): 179-83
  • Belkacem Belmekki
H6 [ANTHROPOS-]0257-9774
The first museum in China: the British Museum of Macao (1829-1834) and its contribution to nineteenth-century British natural science2012 Journal of the Royal Asiatic Society (Series 3) 22 (3-4): 575-86
  • Rogério Miguel Puga
H6/KW [ROYAL-]1356-1863
Eurasians in British Asia during the Second World War2011 Journal of the Royal Asiatic Society (Series 3) 21 (4): 485-505
  • Felicia Yap
H6/KW [ROYAL-]1356-1863
English country traders and their relations with Malay rulers in the late eighteenth century2011 Journal of the Malaysian branch of the Royal Asiatic Society 84 (1): 23-45
  • W.G. Miller
H6/KWY [ROYAL-]0128-5483
Thomas Kuyck Van Mierop, East India Company supercargo in Macau2011 Journal of the Hong Kong branch of the Royal Asiatic Society 51: 7-30
  • Rogério Miguel Puga
H6/KWS [ROYAL-]
Relations between Macao and Britain during the Napoleonic wars: attempt to land British troops in Macao, 18022010 South Asia research 30 (2): 185-96
  • Shantha Hariharan
H6/KWL [SOUTH-]0262-7280
The Indies and the world: state building, promise, and decay at a transnational moment, 19102010 Bijdragen tot de taal-, land- en volkenkunde 166 (2/3): 270-92
  • Eric Tagliacozzo
H6/KX [BIJDRAGEN-]0006-2294
Early economic encounters in the Pacific or, proto-globalization in Tonga2010 Bijdragen tot de taal-, land- en volkenkunde 166 (2/3): 293-314
  • Paul van der Grijp
H6/KX [BIJDRAGEN-]0006-2294
Sympathy, state building, and the experience of empire2009 Cultural anthropology 24 (1): 1-32
  • Danilyn Rutherford
H6 [CULTURAL-]0886-7356
A reconstruction of an "officially expunged" kingdom in colonial south India: Panjalamkurinchi through memory and archaeology2009 Asian perspectives 48 (1): 1-31
  • Raman Seylon
H6/KE [ASIAN-]0066-8435
How strangers became kings: Javanese-Dutch relations in Java 1600-18002008 Indonesia and the Malay world 36 (105): 293-307
  • Kwee Hui Kian
H6/KX [INDONESIA-]1363-9811in thematic issue 'Stranger kings in Indonesia and beyond'
'A tulip in lotus land': history and agency in colonial Sri Lanka2008 The Asia Pacific journal of anthropology 9 (3): 210-18
  • Rosita Henry
H6 [CANBERRA-]1444-2213in special issue 'Connecting the Miles'
Johann Wilhelm Vogel and the Sumatran gold mines: one man's fortune2006 Archipel (72): 221-38, 272
  • Mary Somers Heidhues
*H6/KX [ARCHIPEL-]0044-8613French summary
The Fakir and Sannyasi insurgents: their warfare tactics2006 Journal of the Indian Anthropological Society 41 (1): 35-44
  • Atis Dasgupta
H6/KWL [INDIAN-]0019-4387
Cultivating irregular habits: Richard Burton's fieldwork in India, 1842-18492005 Irish journal of anthropology 8 (1): 51-65
  • Joy Butler
H6/KVC [IRISH-]1393-8592
Town revenues and taxes in eigtheenth century Gujarat: an English East India Company document2003 South Asia research 23 (2): 171-9
  • Shantha Hariharan
0262-7280
Squaring the circle: commemorating the VOC after 400 years2003 Bijdragen tot de taal-, land- en volkenkunde 159 (1): 135-61
  • Gert J. Oostindie
0006-2294
Chitradurga: spatial patterns of a Nayaka period successor state in South India2003 Asian perspectives 42 (2): 267-86
  • Barry Lewis
  • C. S. Patil
0066-8435
The Mentawaian sense of beauty: perceived through western eyes2003 Indonesia and the Malay world 31 (90): 199-220
  • Wilfried Wagner
1363-9811
Chance and societal change2003 Sociological review 51 (4): 506-27
  • John Mattausch
0038-0261
Language death in Maluku: the impact of the VOC2003 Bijdragen tot de taal-, land- en volkenkunde 159 (2/3): 247-89
  • James T. Collins
0006-2294
Domesticating the exotic: floral culture and the East India calico trade with England, c. 1600-18002003 Textile: the journal of cloth and culture 1 (1): 65-85
  • Beverly Lemire
H6/KGG [TEXTILE-]1475-9756
A tale of two colonial port-towns in the straits of Melaka: Dutch Melaka and English Penang2002 Journal of the Malaysian branch of the Royal Asiatic Society 75 (2): 65-98
  • Nordin Hussin
0128-5483
'Ticklish points': the English East Indian Company and Japan, 16212001 Journal of the Royal Asiatic Society (Series 3) 11 (1): 43-50
  • Derek Massarella
1356-1863
Some research notes on Carl A. Trocki's publication [Opium, empire and the global political economy]2001 Bulletin of the School of Oriental and African Studies 64 (2): 260-7
  • Alexander Klimburg
H6/KW [LONDON-]0041-977Xreview article on Opium, empire and global political economy by C A Trocky (London and New York: Routledge, 1999)
Custody of the archives of the V.O.C. in Ceylon - a review (1640-1948)1999 Journal of the Royal Asiatic Society of Sri Lanka (New Series) 44: 1-30
  • K. D. Paranavitana
1391-720X
The early English textile trade in south-east Asia: the East India Company factory and the textile trade in Jambi, Sumata, 1615-16821997 Textile history 28 (1): 149-60
  • Fiona Kerlogue
*H6/KGG [TEXTILE-]0040-4669