SOCIAL HISTORY AND THE REVOLUTION IN AFRICAN AND ASIAN HISTORIOGRAPHY
- The new Asia scholar's role in Asian/area studies. Maholay-Jaradi, Priya // Newsletter (International Institute for Asian Studies);Autumn2015, Vol. 72, p22
The article discusses the need for Asia scholar and Asian archives to be read in conjunction with the proliferation of new universities, satellite campuses, museums and university-based art centres in Asia. The idea of re-inscribing the field of art history, museum studies and collections...
- African Studies in Japan*. Philips, John Edward // African Studies Review;Dec97, Vol. 40 Issue 3, p161
Focuses on African studies in Japan and its impact on Africanists and non-African countries. Comparison of African studies in the United States (U.S.) to those in Japan; Examination on African studies in the U.S.; Characteristics of Japanese Africanist anthropology; Discussion on other fields...
- In our image. Clarke, J.H. // Essence (Essence);Sep89, Vol. 20 Issue 5, p158
Opinion. Argues for the necessity of teaching school children the role of African people in world history.
- Some history `facts' are untrue. Armstead, Damita // BLACFAX;Fall94, Vol. 8 Issue 29, p16
Reprints a guest opinion letter on the differential treatment of African and American history in schools, published in the March 20, 1994 issue of the newspaper `Richmond Palladium-Item.'
- In Search of the Historiography of Asian Christianity: Research Travels to Asian Countries. Kim Heung-Soo // Journal of the History of Christianity in Modern China;2012, Vol. 9, p153
The article discusses the historiography and the study of Asian Christianity history within Asian universities and theological schools, through referencing research conducted by the author while traveling throughout the continent. An overview of the role that Christian missionaries in Asia play...
- Disciplining Southeast Asian Studies. Pepinsky, Thomas B. // SOJOURN: Journal of Social Issues in Southeast Asia;Mar2015, Vol. 30 Issue 1, p215
This essay examines the important role played by Southeast Asian studies in the academic disciplines and the benefits of preserving a plural and disciplinary foundation for Southeast Asian studies as a field of inquiry. Topics discussed include the two fundamental tensions in Southeast Asian...
- NAMIBIA, AFRIKA UND DIE WELT - GESCHICHTSBILDER IN NAMIBISCHEN SCHULBÃœCHERN VOR UND NACH DER UNABHÃ„NGIGKEIT. Abun-Nasr, Sonia // Yearbook of the International Society of History Didactics / Jah;2010, p153
A comparison is made in this article between representations of history in Namibian schoolbooks published shortly before and just after the country's independence. The aim is to analyse their underlying narratives and images of history and to relate these to contemporary political...
- African Kingdoms. // Teaching History;Dec2014, Issue 157, p53
The article discusses the addition of the African Kingdoms to the A level history program in Great Britain.
- Southeast Asia and Comparative-Historical Analysis: Region, Theory and Ontology on a Wide Canvas. Martinez Kuhonta, Erik // Pacific Affairs;Sep2014, Vol. 87 Issue 3, p485
This article seeks to assess the contributions and key characteristics of comparative-historical analysis in the field of Southeast Asian studies. It does so by examining three specific issues that emerge from this methodological genre: the conceptualization of the region of Southeast Asia, the...