Ghosts of the past in Southern Thailand : essays on the history and historiography of Patani / edited by Partick Jory.  (Text) (Text)

Jory, Patrick
Call no.: DS588.P3 G467 2013Publication: Singapore : NUS Press, c2013Description: xxix, 336 p. : ill., mapsISBN: 9789971696351 (paper); 9971696355 (paper)Subject(s): Patani (Kingdom) -- HistoriographyMalays (Asian people) -- Thailand, Southern -- HistoriographyMuslims -- Thailand, Southern -- HistoriographyPatani (Kingdom) -- HistoryMalays (Asian people) -- Thailand, Southern -- HistoryMuslims -- Thailand, Southern -- HistoryLOC classification: DS588.P3 | G467 2013
Contents:Part One: Pluralism and Identity in Patani's History. Chapter 1 Patani as a Paradigm of Pluralism / Anthony Reid -- Chapter 2 Gates, Elephants, Cannon and Drums: Symbols and Sounds in the Creation of a Patani Identity / Barbara Watson Andaya -- Chapter 3 The Patani Region in Chinese Texts of the 6th to the 19th Centuries / Geoff Wade -- Part Two: Patani's Place in Southeast Asian and Middle Eastern Islamic Networks -- Chapter 4 The Patani 'Ulama: Global and Regional Networks / Azyumardi Azra -- Chapter 5 The Intellectual Network of Patani and the Haramayn / Numan Hayimasae -- Chapter 6 Patani's Creole Ambassadors / Christopher M. Joll -- Part Three: Alternative Histories of Patani's Decline and Fall -- Chapter 7 Siam's Conquest of Patani and the End of Mandala Relations, 1786-1838 / Francis R. Bradley -- Chapter 8 A Tin Mine in Need of a History: 19th-century British Views of the Patani Interior / Philip King -- Part Four: The Struggle for Control of Patani and Its History -- Chapter 9 The Formation of the Islamo-Malay Patanian Nation Ideological Structuring by Nationalist Historians / Dennis Walker -- Chapter 10 Historical Identity, Nation, and History-Writing: The Malay Muslims of Southern Thailand, 1940s-1980s / Kobkua Suwannathat-Pian -- Chapter 11 Locating Traditional, Islamic, and Modern Historiography in Patani-Jawi Identity' Iik Arifin Mansurnoor -- Chapter 12 Patani Militant Leaflets and the Uses of History / Duncan McCargo.
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Includes bibliographical references and index.

Part One: Pluralism and Identity in Patani's History. Chapter 1 Patani as a Paradigm of Pluralism / Anthony Reid -- Chapter 2 Gates, Elephants, Cannon and Drums: Symbols and Sounds in the Creation of a Patani Identity / Barbara Watson Andaya -- Chapter 3 The Patani Region in Chinese Texts of the 6th to the 19th Centuries / Geoff Wade -- Part Two: Patani's Place in Southeast Asian and Middle Eastern Islamic Networks -- Chapter 4 The Patani 'Ulama: Global and Regional Networks / Azyumardi Azra -- Chapter 5 The Intellectual Network of Patani and the Haramayn / Numan Hayimasae -- Chapter 6 Patani's Creole Ambassadors / Christopher M. Joll -- Part Three: Alternative Histories of Patani's Decline and Fall -- Chapter 7 Siam's Conquest of Patani and the End of Mandala Relations, 1786-1838 / Francis R. Bradley -- Chapter 8 A Tin Mine in Need of a History: 19th-century British Views of the Patani Interior / Philip King -- Part Four: The Struggle for Control of Patani and Its History -- Chapter 9 The Formation of the Islamo-Malay Patanian Nation Ideological Structuring by Nationalist Historians / Dennis Walker -- Chapter 10 Historical Identity, Nation, and History-Writing: The Malay Muslims of Southern Thailand, 1940s-1980s / Kobkua Suwannathat-Pian -- Chapter 11 Locating Traditional, Islamic, and Modern Historiography in Patani-Jawi Identity' Iik Arifin Mansurnoor -- Chapter 12 Patani Militant Leaflets and the Uses of History / Duncan McCargo.

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