Asia Institute Publications 2004
Books - Authored - Research
- Kamal, M. Boon w Dahenan (in Kurdish, English title: Being and Creativity). Sulaimani: Sardam.
- Saeed, A. and Saeed, H. Freedom of Religion, Apostasy and Islam. Hampshire: Ashgate Publishing.
- Saeed, A. Muslim Australians: Their Beliefs, Practices and Institutions. Canberra: Commonwealth Government.
- Whittaker, A. Abortion, Sin and the State in Thailand. London: Routledge-Curzon.
- Heryanto, Ariel. Menggugat Otoriterisme di Asia Tenggara. Jakarta: Kepustakaan Populer Gramedia (co-edited with Sumit K. Mandal).
- McLaren, AE. (ed.) Chinese Women: Working and Living. London:Curzon Routledge.
Chapters in Books
- Adelaar, KA. A la recherche d’affixes perdus dans le malais, in Faites de Langues Vol. 23 (E. Zeitoun ed.). Paris: l’Harmattan; 43-53.
- Adelaar, KA. Le siraya: Interprétation de données du 17e siècle, in Faites de Langues Vol. 23 (E. Zeitoun ed.). Paris: l’Harmattan; 269-288.
- Heryanto, A. Huruf demi huruf, in St. Sularto, W.S. Brata, and P. Benedanto (eds), Bukuku Kakiku. Jakarta: PT Gramedia Pustaka Utama; 21-40.
- McLaren, AE. Print culture in China and the emergence of the common reader, in Isobe Akira (ed.) Studies of Publishing Culture in East Asia-Niwatzaumi. Tokyo; 283-292.
- Heryanto, A. The debris of post-authoritarianism in Indonesia, in F. Quadir and J. Lele (eds) Democracy and Civil Society in Asia: Volume 2. London: Palgrave and Macmillan; 65-85.
- McLaren, AE. Women’s work and ritual space in China, in AE McLaren (ed.) Chinese Women: Working and Living. London: Curzon Routledge; 169-187.
- McLaren, AE. Introduction, in AE McLaren (ed.) Chinese Women:Working and Living. London: Curzon Routledge; 1-16.
- Saeed, A. Fazlur Rahman and rethinking of interpretation of the Qur'an in Taji-Farouki, S. (ed) Modern Muslim Intellectuals and the Qur'an. Oxford University Press
- Saeed, A. and Johns, A. H. Nurcholish Madjid and contextualised understanding of the Qur'an in Taji-Farouki, S. (ed) Modern Muslim Intellectuals and the Qur'an. Oxford University Press
- Saeed, A. Islamic banking and finance: in search of an Islamic and pragmatic model in Hooker, V. and Saikal, A. (eds) Islamic Perspectives on the New Millenium. Singapore: Institute of Southeast Asian Studies; 113-129
- Schencking, C. Navalism, naval expansion, and war: The Anglo-Japanese alliance and the Japanese navy, 1902-1922, in P O’Brien (ed.) The Anglo-Japanese Alliance. London: Routledge; 122-139.
- Stevens, C. Love never dies: Romance and Christian symbolism in a Japanese rock video, in A Chun, N Rossiter and B Shoesmith (eds) Refashioning Pop Music in Asia: Cosmopolitan Flows, Political Tempos, and Aesthetic Industries. Surrey: Curzon Press; 127 -143.
- Stevens, C. Buying intimacy: Proximity and exchange at a Japanese rock concert, in W. Kelly (ed.) Fanning the Flames: Fandom and Consumer Culture in Contemporary Japan. Albany: State University of New York Press; 59-78.
- Whittaker, A. Reproductive health, in M Ember and C Ember (eds) Encyclopedia of Medical Anthropology: Health and Illness in the World's Cultures. New York: Kluwer Academic Publishers; 280-290.
- Wu Y. A Further Study on the Gender Markers of Animal Terms in the Hunan Dialects, in Social Science Institute (eds). Essay Collections for the 50- year Anniversary of Zhongguo Yuwen. Beijing: Commerical Press; 159-166.
- Wu Y. Etymology of Aspectual marker [ti] in the Southern Hunan Dialects, in Bao Houxing (eds). Studies on the Local dialects in Southern Hunan, 278 – 285. Changsha, China: Hunan Normal University Press. 278-285.
Journal Articles - Refereed
- Adelaar, KA. The coming and going of ‘lexical prefixes’ in Siraya, Languages and Linguistics (Taipei) 4(1): 333-361.
- Adelaar, KA. Where does Malay come from? Twenty years of discussions about homeland, migrations and classifications, Bijdragen tot de Taal-, Land en Volkenkunde 160(1): 1-29.
- Broom, D. and Whittaker, A. Controlling diabetes, controlling diabetics: Moral language in the management of diabetes type 2*, Social Science and Medicine 58(11): 2371-2382.
- Du LP. Professional code or legal sanction: Pharmacy in China, Health and History 6(1): 87-96.
- Fforde, AJ. Vietnam in 2003: the road to un-governability? Asian Survey44:1, 121-129.
- Kamal, M. Al-Ghazali’s hermeneutics and phenomenology, Religion East and West 4 (June): 77-89.
- Kamal, M. The death of the self and return to determinism in the post-modern thought (in Kurdish), Ayende 55 (September): 5-17.
- Yano, J., Kubota, M. & Asaoka, T. Oosutoraria, Bikutoria-shuu no chuutookyooiku de manabu bakkuguraundo supiikaa ni tsuite (Japanese Background Speakers at High Schools in Victoria, Australia), Journal of Oceanian Education Studies 10: 57-69.
- Champion, E. & Sekiguchi, S. Cultural learning in virtual environments, in VSMM 2004, Proceedings of the Tenth International Conference on Virtual Systems and Multimedia, IOS press; 364-373.
- Heryanto, A. Ethnic Diasporics as cosmopolitans? Indonesian Chineseness, citizenship, and pop cultures, in JS Kahn (ed.) Ethnicities, Diasporas and ‘Grounded’ Cosmopolitanisms in Asia. Singapore: Asia Research Insitute; 26-41.
- Kamal, M. Master-slave relationship in Hegel’s dialectic, Conference on Hegel and Ethical Politics (21 February 2004). University of Melbourne: http://home.mira.net/~andy/seminars/master-slave.htm.
- Ohashi, J. Pragmatics of orei – Japanese cultural way of thanking: Some teaching implications, Proceedings of Language Education in Australia and New Zealand Universities; 130-141.
- Otomo, R. Provocation of Mishima: Queering the text, in Robert Cribb (ed.) Asia Examined: Proceedings of the 15th Biennial Conference of the ASAA, 2004. Canberra; http://coombs.anu.edu.au/ASAA/conference/proceedings/Otomo-R-ASAA2004.pdf.
- Whittaker A. Abortion in Buddhist Asia: Religious politics and state legitimation, Paper presented at the 15th Biennial conference of the Asian Studies Association of Australia, Canberra, 29 June-2 July.
- Whittaker, A. Negotiating reproductive rights in Thailand: The challenge of illegal abortion. Invited paper presented at the International Symposium on Human Rights in Public Health: Research and Practice, University of Melbourne, Melbourne, 3-5 November.
Articles in Unrefereed Journals
- Asaoka, T., Kubota, M. & Yano, J., in Japanese background speakers at high schools in Victoria, Australia - Part3, Saga Daigaku Ryuugakusei Sentaa Kiyoo 3: 1-16.
- Heryanto, A. A Tale of Two Crises, Latitudes 43 (August 2004): 52-55.
- Heryanto, A. Media, culture, and politics, Political Communication 21 (4): 515-516.
- Heryanto, A. Politics and the press in Indonesia: Understanding an evolving political culture, Sojourn 19: 147-150.
Entries in Reference Works
- Saeed, A. Sarraf in Encyclopaedia of Islam. Leiden: EJ Brill