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“I Find it Very Claustrophobic to be Stuck in a Small Place”: An Interview With Engseng Ho

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1 Ho, Engseng, “Foreigners and Mediators in the Constitution of Malay Sovereignty.” Indonesia and the Malay World 41 (2013): 146167 .

2 Engseng Ho, “Baba Identity in Penang.” Dept. of Anthropology, Stanford University, 1985.

3 Taylor, Jean, The Social World of Batavia: Europeans and Eurasians in Dutch Asia. Madison: University of Wisconsin Press, 2009 .

4 Ho, Engseng, The Graves of Tarim: Genealogy and Mobility across the Indian Ocean. Berkeley: University of California Press, 2006 .

5 Ho, Engseng, “Empire through Diasporic Eyes: A View from the Other Boat.” Comparative Studies in Society and History 46:2 (2004): 210246 .

6 Braudel, Fernand, La Méditerranée et le monde méditerranéen à l'époque de Philippe II. Paris: Libraire Armand Colin, 1949 ; Chaudhuri, Kirti N., Trade and Civilisation in the Indian Ocean: An Economic History from the Rise of Islam to 1750. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 1985 ; Gilroy, Paul, The Black Atlantic: Modernity and Double Consciousness. Cambridge, Mass.: Harvard University Press, 1993 .

7 Engseng Ho, “Transformation, Formation and Reformation of Malay Polity and Identity.” MA thesis, University of Chicago, 1990.

8 Ho, Engseng, “Inter-Asian Concepts for Mobile Societies.” Journal of Asian Studies 76:4 (2017): 907928 ; Ho, Engseng, “Response to Responses.” Journal of Asian Studies 76:4 (2017): 961–2 .

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