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See also Bingling Yuan, Chinese democracies: A study of the kongsis of West Borneo (Leiden: CNWS, Leiden University, 2000); Mary Somers Heidhues, Golddiggers, farmers, and traders in the 'Chinese districts' of West Kalimantan, Indonesia (Ithaca, NY: SEAP, Cornell University, 2003).
Research School CNWS, School of Asian, African, and Amerindian Studies, 2002, xxiii-560 p.
CNWS also is providing expanded support to the academic mission of the College by strengthening the naval aspect of the core courses through increased incorporation of wargaming into the curriculum.
See, for instance, Virginia Matheson Hooker, 'Questions arising from a nineteenth-century Riau syair', RIMA: Review of Indonesian and Malaysian Affairs, 17 (1983): 1-61 and 'Strategies of Survival: The Malay royal court of Lingga-Riau', Journal of Southeast Asian Studies, 17, 1 (1986): 6-38; Jan van der Putten, His word is the truth: Haji Ibrahim's letters and other writings (Leiden: CNWS, 2001); Di dalam berkekalan persahabatan.
Leiden, Research school CNWS, 2000 y por Victor de la Cruz, Mapas genealogicos del Istmo oaxaqueno, Oaxaca, Mexico, Direccion General de Culturas Populares CONACULTA/ Secretaria de Cultura del Gobierno del Estado de Oaxaca/ Fundacion Alfredo Harp Helu/ CIESAS, 2008.
The Lienzo of Quauhquechollan: A Nahua Vision of the Conquest of Guatemala, Leiden, CNWS Publications, 2004.
54) Maghiel Van Crevel, Language Shattered: Contemporary Chinese Poetry and Duoduo (Leiden, The Netherlands: Research School CNWS, 1995) 28-34.
research at CNWS in Leiden, is concerned with gender, kinship and matriliny in Minangkabau from a female perspective.
The first head of CNWS, former Navy Under Secretary Dr.
8-59; Matthew Isaac Cohen, 'Border crossings: Bangsawan in the Netherlands Indies in the nineteenth and early twentieth centuries', Indonesia and the Malay World 30, 87 (2002): 101-15; Robert Martin Dumas 'Tearer Abdulmuluk' in zuid-Sumatra (Leiden: CNWS, 2000), pp.