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Dobbs, Stephen

Oral History in Southeast Asia

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Table of contents

Chapter 1. Oral History and Fragments in Southeast Asia

1. Oral History and Fragments in Southeast Asia
Kah Seng Loh, Ernest Koh, Alistair Thomson

Part I. Oral History and Official History

2. Family Memories as Alternative Narratives to the State’s Construction of Singapore’s National History
Kevin Blackburn

3. “You Have Picked a Wrong Candidate”: Latent Fragments and Reasonable Narratives of the British Military Withdrawal from Singapore
Kah Seng Loh

4. Remembrance, Nation, and the Second World War in Singapore: The Chinese Diaspora and Their Wars
Ernest Koh

Part II. Memories of Violence

5. On the Fluidity and Stability of Personal Memory: Jibin Arula and the Jabidah Massacre in the Philippines
Rommel A. Curaming, Syed Muhd Khairudin Aljunied

6. Narratives of the “Red Barrel” Incident: Collective and Individual Memories in Lamsin, Southern Thailand
Jularat Damrongviteetham

7. Memory, Trauma, and Nation: Contestation over the Batang Kali Massacre in Malaysia
Leong Kar Yen

Part III. Oral Tradition and Heritage

8. The Anthropologist as Heroine: Contemporary Interpretations of Memory and Heritage in an Indonesian Valley
Emilie Wellfelt

9. Oral History, Heritage Conservation, and the Leprosy Settlement: The Sungai Buloh Community in Malaysia
Chou Wen Loong, Ho Sok Fong

10. Memory, Heritage, and the Singapore River: “It Is Like a Dead Snake”
Stephen Dobbs

Keywords: History, Asian History, Historiography and Method, Cultural History, Social History, Imperialism and Colonialism, Australasian History

Editor
 
 
Publisher
Springer
Publication year
2013
Language
en
Edition
1
Series
PALGRAVE Studies in Oral History
Page amount
219 pages
Category
History
Format
Ebook
eISBN (PDF)
9781137311672
Printed ISBN
978-1-349-45703-8

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