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“Ship for Southeast Asian Youth Programme” Exhibition Lee Wee Nam Library 30 Nov to 31 Dec 2012

Bibliography Books from Art, Design & Media Library (45)
Anderson, N. K., Boyles, J. C., National Gallery of Art (U.S.), & Seattle Art Museum. (2008). George de Forest Brush : the Indian paintings (Hardcover ed.). Washington, DCAldershot, Hampshire, UK ; Burlington, VT: National Gallery of Art ; Lund Humphries. [Call No. ND237.B88A548]. Atkins, R., Mintcheva, S., & National Coalition against Censorship (U.S.). (2006). Censoring culture : contemporary threats to free expression. New York: New Press : Distributed by W.W. Norton. [Call No. NX180.F74C396]. Bassoul, A. (2006). Human and divine : the Hindu and Buddhist iconography of Southesast Asian Art from the Claire and Aziz Bassoul collection. Beirut: Cedars of Lebanon Editions. [Call No. N7311.B322]. Bennett, J., Art Gallery of South Australia., & National Gallery of Australia. (2005). Crescent moon : Islamic art & civilisation in Southeast Asia = Bulan sabit : seni dan peradaban Islam di Asia Tenggara. Adelaide Canberra Seattle, WA: Art Gallery of South Australia ;National Gallery of Australia ;Distributed in the United States of America by University of Washington Press. [Call No. N7311.B471]. Campbell, B., Noordin, S., Oshima, N. M., Cheong, H. C., & ASEAN Committee on Culture and Information. (2002). Museum treasures of Southeast Asia. [Manila]: Produced for the ASEAN Committee on Culture and Information. [Call No. DS523.C187]. Earnshaw, C. (1989). Sho, Japanese calligraphy. Rutland, Vt. ; Tokyo, Japan: Tuttle. [Call No. NK3637.E12]. Frape, C. J., Hong Kong Museum of Art., & Oriental Ceramic Society of Hong Kong. (2000). Burnished beauty : the art of stone in early Southeast Asia. Bangkok: Orchid Press. [Call No. NB1209.A87B966]. Islamic Arts Museum Malaysia., & De Guise, L. (2005). The message and the monsoon : Islamic art of Southeast Asia : from the collection of the Islamic Arts Musuem Malaysia. [Kuala Lumpur]: Islamic Arts Musuem Malaysia. [Call No. N6264.I82]. Juliano, A. L., Zhao, L., Xi'an bei lin bo wu guan., & China Institute Gallery. (2007). Buddhist sculpture from China : selections from the Xi'an Beilin Museum : fifth through ninth centuries. New York: China Institute Gallery, China Institute. [Call No. NB1043.3.J94]. Kampen-O'Riley, M. (2006). Art beyond the West : the arts of Africa, West and Central Asia, India and Southeast Asia, China, Japan and Korea, the Pacific, Africa, and the Americas (2nd ed.). Upper Saddle River, N.J.: Pearson Prentice Hall. [Call No. N5300.K15].

Kim, K. P., & Asian Art Museum--Chong-Moon Lee Center for Asian Art and Culture. (2006). The art of Korea : highlights from the collection of San Francisco's Asian Art Museum (1st ed.). [San Francisco]: Asian Art Museum--Chong-Moon Lee Center for Asian Art and Culture. [Call No. N7362.K49]. Kim, Y. n.-n. (2005). 20th century Korean art. London: Laurence King. [Call No. N7365.C397]. Kim, Y. n.-n. (2005). Modern and contemporary art in Korea : tradition, modernity, and identity. Elizabeth, NJ: Hollym. [Call No. N7365.K49]. Klokke, M. J. (2000). Narrative sculpture and literary traditions in South and Southeast Asia. Leiden ; Boston: Brill. [Call No. N8195.N234]. Knight, M., He, L., Bartholomew, T. T., Abbe, M., & Asian Art Museum--Chong-Moon Lee Center for Asian Art and Culture. (2007). Later Chinese jades : Ming dynasty to early twentieth century from the Asian Art Museum of San Francisco. [San Francisco]: Asian Art Museum--Chong-Moon Lee Center for Asian Art and Culture. [Call No. NK5750.K71]. LA, T. r. v., Muan, I., & Raiyaრ(Gallery). (2002). Visions of the future : an exhibition of contemporary Cambodian art. Phnom Penh: Reyum. [Call No. ND1015.V831]. McGill, F., Pattaratorn, C., Asian Art Museum--Chong-Moon Lee Center for Asian Art and Culture., & Peabody Essex Museum. (2005). The kingdom of Siam : the art of central Thailand, 1350-1800 (1st ed.). Ghent, Belgium Chicago: Snoeck ; Art Media Resources, Inc. [Call No. N7321.K54]. McKelway, M. P., Woodson, Y., Rinne, M. M., Asian Art Museum--Chong-Moon Lee Center for Asian Art and Culture., & KyÅ•to Kokuritsu Hakubutsukan. (2005). Traditions unbound : groundbreaking painters of eighteenth-century Kyoto. San Francisco: Asian Art Museum--Chong-Moon Lee Center. [Call No. ND1057.K88T763]. Mosquera, G., Fisher, J., Alÿs, F., & New Museum of Contemporary Art (New York N.Y.). (2004). Over here : international perspectives on art and culture. New York, N.Y.Cambridge, Mass.: New Museum of Contemporary Art ; MIT Press. [Call No. N72.S6V96]. Mostow, J. S., Bryson, N., & Graybill, M. (2003). Gender and power in the Japanese visual field. Honolulu: University of Hawaiï Press. [Call No. NX180.F4G325]. MrA¡zek, J. (2002). Puppet theater in contemporary Indonesia : new approaches to performance events. [Ann Arbor, MI]: University of Michigan, Centers for South and Southeast Asian Studies. [Call No. PN1979.S5P984]. MrA¡zek, J., & Pitelka, M. (2008). What's the use of art? : Asian visual and material culture in context. Honolulu: University of HawaiÊ»i Press. [Call No. NK1037.W555]. North Clarendon, VT Tuttle Pub. [distributor],: Periplus ;. [Call No. NK8977.M465]. Pal, P. (2000). 2000, reflections on the arts in India. Mumbai: Marg Publications. [Call No. NX576.R332].

Pal, P., & Norton Simon Art Foundation. (2004). Art from Sri Lanka and Southeast Asia. New Haven, Conn., London: Yale University Press. [Call No. N7311.P153]. Paludan, A. (2007). Chinese sculpture : a great tradition. Chicago, Ill. Enfield: Serindia ; Publishers Group UK [distributor]. [Call No. NB1043.P184]. Peabody Essex Museum. (2004). Geisha : beyond the painted smile. [New York] Salem, MA: George Braziller ; Peabody Essex Museum. [Call No. GT3412.G313]. Philip Morris Incorporated. (2004). ASEAN Art Awards 2004, Bangkok, Thailand. [Bangkok: s.n. [Call No. N397.A785A816]. Reinharz, S., Gadon, E. W., & Brandeis University. Women's Studies Research Center. (2007). Tiger by the tail! : women artists of India transforming culture. Waltham, Mass. New Delhi: Brandeis University ; Indian Council for Cultural Relations. [Call No. N7305.R371]. Rosenblum, R., & Doran, V. C. (2001). Art of the natural world : resonances of wild nature in Chinese sculptural art (1st ed.). Boston, Mass.: MFA Publications. [Call No. NB1209.C6R813]. Sandler, M. H., & Arthur M. Sackler Gallery (Smithsonian Institution). (1997). The confusion era : art and culture of Japan during the Allied Occupation, 1945-1952. Washington, D.C.: Arthur M. Sackler Gallery, Smithsonian Institution in association with the University of Washington Press. [Call No. NX584.C748]. Self, C., & Self, S. (2007). Chinese brush painting : a hands-on introduction to the traditional art (1st ed.). Tokyo, Japan ; Rutland, Vt.: Tuttle Pub. [Call No. ND2068.S465]. Sharma, R. C., & National Museum (Singapore). (1994). Alamkara : 5000 years of Indian art. Usmanpura, Ahmedabad, India Seattle: National Heritage Board Singapore in association with Mapin Pub. ;Distributor for North America, University of Washington Press. [Call No. N7301.A318]. Shippen, M. (2005). The traditional ceramics of South-East Asia. London: A&C Black. [Call No. TP804.A723S557]. Sturman, P. C. (1997). Mi Fu : style and the art of calligraphy in northern Song China. New Haven, Conn.: Yale University Press. [Call No. NK3634.M5S936]. Sullivan, M. (1996). Art and artists of twentieth-century China. Berkeley: University of California Press. [Call No. N7345.S951]. Sullivan, M. (1999). The three perfections : Chinese painting, poetry, and calligraphy (Rev. ed.). New York: George Braziller. [Call No. ND1040.S951]. Sumner, C., Osborne, M. E., & Powerhouse Museum. (2001). Arts of Southeast Asia : from the Powerhouse Museum collection. Sydney: Powerhouse Pub. [Call No. NK1052.S956]. Takezaki, K., & Godin, B. (2005). An introduction to Japanese Kanji calligraphy. Rutland, Vermont: Tuttle

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Books from ACRC (2)
ASEAN Committee on Culture and Information. (1986). The cultural traditional media of ASEAN : essays, bibliographies, glossaries, directories. [Manila, Philippines: Association of Southeast Asian Nations (ASEAN)]. [Call No. GR308.C968]. Wang, G., & Dissanayake, W. (1984). Continuity and change in communication systems : an Asian perspective. Norwood, N.J.: Ablex Pub. Corp. [Call No. HM258.C762].

Books from Business Library (2)
Gertsen, M. C., Soderberg, A.-M., & Zølner, M. (2012). Global collaboration : intercultural experiences and learning. Houndmills, Basingstoke, Hampshire ; New York: Palgrave Macmillan. [Call No. HD2879.G562]. Pacione, M. (2011). The geography of the Third World : progress and prospect. Oxon, UK ; New York: Routledge. [Call No. HC59.7.G345].

Books from Humanities & Social Sciences Library (48)
Abazov, R. (2007). Culture and customs of the Central Asian republics. Westport, Conn.: Greenwood Press. [Call No. DK859.5.A121]. Abdul Hakim bin Haji Mohd, Y., & ASEAN Committee on Culture and Information. (2000). Traditional literature of ASEAN. [Brunei?]: ASEAN Committee on Culture and Information. [Call No. PL493.T763].

Barley, N. (2002). In the footsteps of Stamford Raffles. London: Penguin Books. [Call No. DS646.26.R3B257]. Boomgaard, P. (2007). Southeast Asia : an environmental history. Santa Barbara, Calif.: ABC-CLIO. [Call No. GF668.B724]. Chen, K.-H., & Chua, B. H. (2007). The Inter-Asia cultural studies reader. London ; New York: Routledge. [Call No. DS12.I61]. Chua, L. (2012). Southeast Asian perspectives on power. London ; New York: Routledge. [Call No. HN690.8.S727]. Clark, S. H., & Smethurst, P. (2008). Asian crossings : travel writing on China, Japan and Southeast Asia. Hong Kong London: Hong Kong University Press ; Eurospan [distributor]. [Call No. PN56.T7A832]. Cook, A. D. B. (2007). Culture, identity, and religion in Southeast Asia. Newcastle, UK: Cambridge Scholars Pub. [Call No. UA832.8.C967]. Dahles, H., & Loh, W. L. (2006). Multicultural organizations in Asia. London ; New York: Routledge. [Call No. HD62.4.M959A]. Douglass, M., Ho, K.-C., & Ooi, G. L. (2008). Globalization, the city and civil society in Pacific Asia : the social production of civic spaces. London ; New York: Routledge. [Call No. HT147.A785G562]. Eugenio, D. L., & ASEAN Committee on Culture and Information. (1995). ASEAN folk literature : an anthology. Manila: ASEAN Committee on Culture and Information. [Call No. GR308.A816]. Federspiel, H. M. (2007). Sultans, shamans, and saints : Islam and Muslims in Southeast Asia. Honolulu: University of Hawai'i Press. [Call No. BP63.A37F293]. Fuad, M. (1999). Reclaiming the past : essays on cultural transformation in Southeast Asia. Jakarta, Indonesia: ASEAN Committee on Culture and Information. [Call No. HN690.8.R299]. Goldrick, J., & McCaffrie, J. (2013). Navies of South-East Asia : a comparative study. Milton Park, Abingdon, Oxon ; New York: Routledge. [Call No. VA620.G621]. Greenough, P. R., & Tsing, A. L. (2003). Nature in the global south : environmental projects in South and Southeast Asia. Durham: Duke University Press. [Call No. GE320.S64N285]. Guerra, N., & Smith, E. P. (2006). Preventing youth violence in a multicultural society (1st ed.). Washington, DC: American Psychological Association. [Call No. HQ799.2.V56P944]. Hales, S., & Hodos, T. (2010). Material culture and social identities in the ancient world. Cambridge ; New York: Cambridge University Press. [Call No. GN406.M425t]. Han, S.-j. (2003). Coping with 9-11 : Asian perspectives on global and regional order. Tokyo ; New York: Japan Center for International Exchange. [Call No. JZ1980.C783].

Hannum, E., Park, H., & Butler, Y. G. (2010). Globalization, changing demographics, and educational challenges in East Asia. Bingley, UK: Emerald. [Call No. LC189.8.G562]. Iredale, R. R., Hawksley, C., & Castles, S. (2003). Migration in the Asia Pacific : population, settlement, and citizenship issues. Cheltenham, UK Northhampton, MA, USA: Edward Elgar. [Call No. JV8490.M636]. Ismail, R., Shaw, B. J., & Ooi, G. L. (2009). Southeast Asian culture and heritage in a globalising world : diverging identities in a dynamic region. Farnham, England ; Burlington, VT: Ashgate Pub. [Call No. DS523.2.S727]. Jarvis, D. S. L., & Welch, A. R. (2011). ASEAN industries and the challenge from China. Houndmills, Basingstoke, Hampshire ; New York: Palgrave Macmillan. [Call No. HC441.A816an]. Kokusai Bunka Kōryū Suishin Kyōkai., & Kokusai Kōryū Kikin. Ajia Sentā. (2000). Beyond the crisis : r reflections on cultural discourse in Asia. Tokyo: Japan Foundation Asia Center. [Call No …………..DS525.9.J3A816B]. Lewis, G. (2006). Virtual Thailand : the media and cultural politics in Thailand, Malaysia and Singapore. London ; New York: Routledge. [Call No. P95.82.A785L674]. Lynch, D. C. (2006). Rising China and Asian democratization : socialization to "global culture" in the political transformations of Thailand, China, and Taiwan. Stanford, Calif.: Stanford University Press. [Call No. JQ1516.L987]. Michaud, J. (2000). Turbulent times and enduring peoples : mountain minorities in the South-East Asian massif. Richmond: Curzon. [Call No. GN635.S58T931]. Millward, J. A. (2004). New Qing imperial history : the making of inner Asian empire at Qing Chengde. London ; New York: Routledge. [Call No. DS754.82.N532]. Mizruchi, S. L. (2001). Religion and cultural studies. Princeton, N.J.: Princeton University Press. [Call No. BL2525.R382RC]. Morgan, S. (1996). Place matters : gendered geography in Victorian women's travel books about Southeast Asia. New Brunswick, N.J.: Rutgers University Press. [Call No. PR788.T72M849]. Müller, G. (2011). Designing history in East Asian textbooks : identity politics and transnational aspirations. London ; New York: Routledge. [Call No. DS510.7.D457]. Nelson, J. M., Meerman, J., Abdul Rahman, E., Institute of Southeast Asian Studies., & Institut Kajian Malaysia dan Antarabangsa. (2008). Globalization & national autonomy : the experience of Malaysia. Singapore Bangi, Selangor Darul Ehsan, Malaysia: Institute of Southeast Asian Studies ;Institute of Malaysian & International Studies. [Call No. JQ1062.A58G562]. Orsini, F. (2006). Love in South Asia : a cultural history. Cambridge ; New York: Cambridge University Press. [Call No. DS339.L897].

Ramanathan, S., Mediaplus Consultants., & Singapore. Ministry of Information Communications and the Arts. Public Relations Academy. (2004). Internet in ASEAN : social and cultural impact. Singapore: Public Relations Academy, Ministry of Information, Communications and the Arts. [Call No. TK5105.875.I57I61A]. Rana, P. B. (2012). Renaissance of Asia : evolving economic relations between South Asia and East Asia. Singapore ; Hackensack, N.J.: World Scientific. [Call No. HC412.R393]. Rappa, A. L., & Wee, L. (2006). Language policy and modernity in Southeast Asia : Malaysia, the Philippines, Singapore, and Thailand. New York, N.Y.: Springer. [Call No. P119.32.S64R221]. Rizal, J., Castro, J. V., & ASEAN Committee on Culture and Information. (1991). Anthology of Asean literatures : the revolution. [Philippines: ASEAN Committee on Culture and Information]. [Call No. PL3501.A628]. Shen, S. (2007). China and antiterrorism. New York: Nova Science Publishers. [Call No. HV6433.C6C539]. Sinha, B. (2012). South Asian transnationalisms : cultural exchange in the twentieth century. London ; New York: Routledge. [Call No. DS423.S726]. Suryadinata, L., & Institute of Southeast Asian Studies. (2006). Southeast Asia's Chinese businesses in an era of globalization : coping with the rise of China. Singapore: Institute of Southeast Asian Studies. [Call No. HD2358.5.A9S727]. Tiongson, A. T., Gutierrez, E. V., & Gutierrez, R. V. (2006). Positively no Filipinos allowed : building communities and discourse. Philadelphia, PA: Temple University Press. [Call No. E184.F4P855]. Turner, G. (2012). What's become of cultural studies? London: SAGE. [Call No. HM623.T946]. Van Esterik, P. (2008). Food culture in Southeast Asia. Westport, Conn.: Greenwood Press. [Call No. TX724.5.S68V217]. Wangsgard, D. B. (2008). Culture and development in Southeast Asia. Bangkok, Thailand: White Lotus Press. [Call No. HM101.C968A]. Winter, T., Teo, P., & Chang, T. C. (2009). Asia on tour : exploring the rise of Asian tourism. London ; New York: Routledge. [Call No. G155.A78A832S]. Wosińska, W. (2001). The practice of social influence in multiple cultures. Mahwah, NJ: Lawrence Erlbaum Associates. [Call No. HM1271.P895]. Yan, Q. (2002). The ethnic Chinese in East and Southeast Asia : business, culture and politics. Singapore: Times Academic Press. [Call No. DS509.5.C5Y21]. Yu, X. (2002). Cultural impact on international relations. Washington, D.C: The Council for Research in Values and Philosophy. [Call No. JZ1730.C968].

Zhuang, W., Suryadinata, L., Ang, C. K., & Chinese Heritage Center (Singapore). (2009). Chinatowns in a globalizing Southeast Asia. Singapore: Chinese Heritage Centre. [Call No. DS523.4.C45C539].

Note: The above 97 titles will be on display during the exhibition from 30 November to 31 December 2012. Please explore our library catalogue at http://opac.ntu.edu.sg to search for more titles.