South Asia and Burma retrospective bibliography (SABREB)

by Shaw, Graham.

Publisher: British Library in London

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  • South Asia,
  • Burma

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  • South Asia -- Bibliography.,
  • Burma -- Bibliography.

Edition Notes

Statementcompiled by Graham Shaw.
ContributionsBritish Library.
Classifications
LC ClassificationsZ3185 .S54 1987, DS335 .S54 1987
The Physical Object
Paginationv. <1 > ;
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL2256776M
ISBN 100712301194
LC Control Number89136017

Books and Bibliographic Information In and Out of South Asia Ramesh K. Mittal Director D.K. Agencies (P) Ltd. International Booksellers, Publishers & Subscription Agents •RETRO–CON (Retrospective Conversion to MARC 21) service DK is a registered trademark. DK in Australia. SOAS Bulletin of Burma Research Bibliographic Supplement (Winter, ) ISSN THE BIBLIOGRAPHY OF BURMA (MYANMAR) RESEARCH: THE SECONDARY LITERATURE ( Revision) Michael Walter Charney (comp.)1 School of Oriental and African Studies “The ‘Living’ Bibliography of Burma Studies: The Secondary Literature” was first published in , with the last . Vol. 77, No. 2, Second Quarter, South Asia and Burma Retrospective Bibliography (SABREB) South Asia and Burma Retrospective Bibliography (SABREB) (pp. ) with a Bibliography of all H. P. Kraus Rare Book Catalogues Issued during those Years (pp. ).   The online version of the Bibliography of Asian studies (BAS) contains more than , records on all subjects (especially humanities and social sciences) pertaining to East, Southeast and South Asia published worldwide from to the presentAuthor: Rohayati Paseng.

  Comprehensive retrospective of contemporary international relations within South, Southeast, and East Asian nations. Critical Asian Studies Born out of the crisis of the Indochina Wars as an attempt to analyze U.S. policy in cold war : Kristina Troost. The Bibliography covers the period from [South Asia Union Catalogue] The South Asia Union Catalogue is an historical bibliography describing books and periodicals published in Afghanistan, Bangladesh, Bhutan, colonial Burma, India, the Maldives, Nepal, Pakistan, and Sri Lanka from through the present and a union catalogue of. One of the most surprising developments of the last 20 years has been the proliferation of aggressive political movements linked to religion. This timely collection of studies by internationally known scholars offers a multidisciplinary perspective on the interplay between religion and politics in predominantly Hindu India, Islamic Pakistan, and Buddhist Sri Lanka. For a list of all South Asian imprints before see Shaw, South Asia and Burma Retrospective Bibliography [SABREB] (London, ). For more on print culture in India, especially vernacular language printing see Anindita Ghosh, "An Uncertain 'Coming of the Book' Early Print Cultures in Colonial India" Book History 6 (), pp. The first.

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South Asia and Burma retrospective bibliography (SABREB). SOUTH ASIA Bibliography India Tibet, Nepal and Ceylon Southeast Asia Burma and Malaya Siam, Cambodia and Laos Vietnam Indonesia Australia New Zealand.

The book SOUTH ASIA has been published. For ordering information, please click here. India. Akbar, M. J., Nehru: The Making of India.

London, As a result, there are more or less complete records of publications in the post period. The pre period has been covered comprehensively by Graham Shaw in his magisterial South Asia and Burma retrospective Bibliographies (). There have been several notable attempts to compile a bibliography for the pre period.

The South Asia and Burma retrospective bibliography (SABREB). London: The British Library, v. 1: Stage 1: Shigematsu, Shini "Indian newspapers published in Malaya and Singapore as historical documents of overseas Indian studies." in Southeast Asia microfilms newsletter, #16, December Shukla, Hira Lal.

Letters From Burma, Aung San Suu Kyi. Aung San Suu Kyi is the embodiment of the decade long struggle for political rights and an end to authoritarian rule in Burma, and her recent release was a hugely important event on the road to freedom and accountability in the country.

Her 15 year house arrest curtailed her political protest but she was nevertheless a constant thorn in the side of the Author: Thomas Storey. SABREB South Asia and Burma Retrospective Bibliography.

SEAC South East Asia Command. Since the first version of this bibliography was released inthe outpouring of books, reports and other publications about Burma (Myanmar) that was noted. SHAW, Graham William. ‘South Asia’, in Simon Eliot & Jonathan Rose (ed.), A Companion to the history of the book (Blackwell Companions to Literature & Culture) (Oxford: Blackwell Publishing, ), pp.

SHAW, Graham William comp. The South Asia and Burma Retrospective Bibliography (SABREB): Stage 1: The Association of South-East Asian Nations View: An Annotated Bibliography of Association of South-East Asian Nations Theses and Dissertations on Southeast Asia from to Bangkok: Foundation for the Studies of Democracy and Development, South Asia and Burma retrospective bibliography (SABREB) Stage 1: Monographs.

London: The British Library, x, p. Jan 'An unexpected legacy, and its contribution to early Indian typography' (with Fiona Ross) Journal articles. Matrix Vol. 7, pp.

(Reprinted in Type & typography: highlights from Matrix. He is well-known nationally and internationally in the field of Asian studies librarianship, and continues to pursue his research into the history of the book in South Asia, on which he has published a large number of articles as well as books including Printing in Calcutta to () and the South Asia and Burma retrospective bibliography.

Myanmar (Burma) bibliography Listed below are details of a few books (from my own collection) which feature the textiles of Myanmar (Burma).

Some books are solely devoted to a particular aspect of culture, including textiles, whilst others include a few pages of information within a wider study. His field of research is the history of printing and publishing in South Asia from the sixteenth to the twentieth century.

His Printing in Calcutta to was published by the Bibliographical Society of Great Britain in and his South Asia and Burma Retrospective Bibliography Stage 1: – by the British Library in For the past thirty years he has researched the history of printing and publishing in South Asia, from the 16th to the 20th centuries.

His published works include Printing in Calcutta to and The South Asia and Burma Retrospective Bibliography (SABREB): Stage-1, – South Asia (general) bibliography Listed below are details of a few books (from my own collection) which feature the textiles of South Asia.

Some books are solely devoted to a particular aspect of culture, including textiles, whilst others include a few pages of information within a wider study. As the Imperial Japanese Army swept across China and South Asia at World War II's outset, closing all of China's seaports, more thanChinese laborers embarked on a seemingly impossible task: to cut a mile overland route -- the Burma Road -- from the /5.

South Asia Bulletin (Fall ), pp. ="Mughal and English Patronage of Urdu Poetry: A Comparison." In: The Powers of Art: Patronage in Indian Culture.

Barbara Stoler Miller, ed. Delhi: Oxford University Press, Pp. Book Description. The History of the Book in South Asia covers not only the various modern states that make up South Asia today but also a multitude of languages and scripts. For centuries it was manuscripts that dominated book production and circulation, and printing technology only began to make an impact in the late eighteenth century.

The third is a postscript reviewing progress made since the publication of The South Asia and Burma Retrospective Bibliography in documenting the earliest phases of South Asian print culture.

Re-reading these articles reveals the enormous extent to which research on the print cultures of South Asia has changed over the past thirty years – in.

The South Asia and Burma retrospective bibliography (SABREB). London: The British Library, London: The British Library, SML, Starr Main Z S57 +S53 (LC). This text provides a thorough examination of the history of Myanmar from Neolithic times to the present. Myanmar has experienced a seemingly endless series of conquerors, dating from prehistoric times through the reign of Kublai Khan's Mongol forces beginning in the late s, all the way through the modern era, when it was subject to both British colonial control and invasion by the Japanese 5/5(2).

This bibliography spans three centuries of South Asian ornithology commencing from It is a work in progress. If you use this bibliography in your work, please do attribute as follows: "To retrieve relevant literature we searched the online 'Bibliography of South Asian Ornithology' (Pittie XXXX)." Recommended citation: Pittie, Aasheesh.

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Bibliography of Modern and Contemporary Art Writing of South Asia Disco+ texts in over 12 Languages Visualising the Bibliography. Explore patterns, trends and correlations between writers, texts, themes and places through interactive maps, tag clouds, and more.

The Long Partition and the Making of Modern South Asia: Refugees, Boundaries, Histories. New Delhi, Penguin Books, []p. - Volume 68 Issue 1 - Laurent Gayer. Graham Shaw is a Senior Research Fellow of the Institute of English Studies, School of Advanced Study, London University.

For 40 years he has lectured and published on the history of printing in South Asia from the 16th to the 20th centuries. and The South Asia and Burma Retrospective Bibliography (SABREB): Stage 1: ( the book in hand.

The second one is retrospective conversion of printed bibliographies into searchable electronic format. So far RMRL has converted seven volumes of the Madras State Tamil Bibliography and Publications Proscribed by the Government of India by Graham Shaw.

The conversion of the South Asia and Burma retrospective. A preliminary survey of British literature on South-East Asia in the era of colonial decline and decolonisation Hull: Centre for South-East Asian Studies, (+ PRA75 C55) (+ PRA75 C55) Echols, John M.

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