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First TANAP Workshop, National University of Singapore, Singapore

  • LIU, Yong (MA, Xiamen University, China)
 -  Struggling for the Chinese Tea: the Dutch East India Company’s Chinese Tea Trade in the Second Half of the Eighteenth Century
     
  • Ryuto Shimada (MA, Waseda University, Japan)
 - Japan, the Global Copper Trade and Asian Economic Development in the Early Modern Time
     
  • Soe Min (Universities Historical Research Centre, Myanmar)
 - Ports and State in 17th Century Burma/Myanmar: An Introduction.
     
  • F.R. Mawikere (MA, Universitas Sam Ratulangi, Indonesia)
 - Trade and Social Change in Minahasa (North Sulawesi) in the Second Half of the Eighteenth Century
     
  • KOH, Keng-We (MA, National University of Singapore, Singapore)
 - A Crisis and its Aftermath:the SundaShelf between 1667 and 1740
     
  • Nazli bin Aziz (MA, University of Malaya, Malaysia)
 - The VOC in Malacca: In Search of the Political and Trade Boundaries with the Northern Malay Courts of Peninsula, 1641-1710
     
  • Atsushi Ota (Ph.D. Candidate, Waseda University, Japan / CNWS, Leiden University, The Netherlands)
 - Hinterland society around 1790
     
  • Bhawan Ruangsilp (MA, Chulalongkorn University, Thailand)
 - The VOC's Perceptions of the Siamese Port Town Ayutthaya and Its Court in the Seventeenth and Eighteenth Centuries
     
  • KWEE, Hui-kian (MA, National University of Singapore, Singapore)
 - Criss-crossed Coalitions, Rising Cliques: Wealth and Power in Eighteenth-century Semarang
     
  • Sher Banu A.L. Khan (Ph.D. Student and lecturer at the National Institute of Education at the Nanyang Technological University, Singapore)
 - Rule behind the Silk Curtain – A Study of the Queens of Aceh 1641-1699
     
  • Ikuko Wada (Ph.D. student, Kyoto University, Japan)
 - The Havaldars of Masulipatnam in the Seventeenth Century
     
  • Dr. Radin Fernando (Universiti Sains Malaya, Malaysia)
 - Special afternoon lecture: Studying Maritime History of the Malay Archipelago, 1600-1830: Issues, Sources, and Methods
     
  • Prof. Dr. Om Prakash (School of Economics, Delhi, India)
 - Preparing and selecting – The preparatory work of the TANAP India Committee
     
  • Prof. Dr. Leonard Blussé and Dr. Hendrik E. Niemeijer (Leiden University, the Netherlands)
 - Short presentation of the TANAP brochure / wesite and the AMP 2002 curriculum and research plans and the prospect for 2003
     
  • Dr. Radin Fernando (Singapore and Malaka)
 - A Historical Profile of Melaka, 1641-1824


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