Panel 2 - Remembering and Heritage

Day 1 - 2 August, 2019

Panel Head

Dr Peter Borschberg

National University of Singapore

Dr Peter Borschberg teaches history at the National University of Singapore and is presently a visiting associate professor at the Asia-Europe Institute, University of Malaya. Dr Borschberg specializes in Europe-Southeast Asia relations and globalization during the period 1400-1900 and has authored several works touching on trade, war and diplomacy in the Singapore and Melaka Straits region.

Dr Peter Borschberg

National University of Singapore

Dr Peter Borschberg teaches history at the National University of Singapore and is presently a visiting associate professor at the Asia-Europe Institute, University of Malaya. Dr Borschberg specializes in Europe-Southeast Asia relations and globalization during the period 1400-1900 and has authored several works touching on trade, war and diplomacy in the Singapore and Melaka Straits region.

Speakers

When was Melaka founded and was it known earlier by another name? Exploring the Debate between Gabriel Ferrand and Gerret Pieter Rouffaer, 1918-1921, and its Long Echo in Historiography

Dr Peter Borschberg

National University of Singapore
Singapore

Dr Peter Borschberg

National University of Singapore
Singapore

When was Melaka founded and was it known earlier by another name? Exploring the Debate between Gabriel Ferrand and Gerret Pieter Rouffaer, 1918-1921, and its Long Echo in Historiography

Prof. Jan van der Putten

University of Hamburg
Germany

The Quest for Cultural Hegemony in the Malay World – Sulalat al-Salatin and its Successors

Prof. Jan van der Putten

University of Hamburg
Germany

The Quest for Cultural Hegemony in the Malay World – Sulalat al-Salatin and its Successors

Reading Melaka’s Historic Urban Landscape: Reviewing Sources, Interpretations and Contemporary Heritage Politics

Dr Imran bin Tajudeen

National University of Singapore
Singapore

Dr Imran bin Tajudeen

National University of Singapore
Singapore

Reading Melaka’s Historic Urban Landscape: Reviewing Sources, Interpretations and Contemporary Heritage Politics

Dr Azhar Ibrahim

National University of Singapore
Singapore

Remembering Melaka: Indigenous Malay Sources in Charting Historical-cultural Memories

Dr Azhar Ibrahim

National University of Singapore
Singapore

Remembering Melaka: Indigenous Malay Sources in Charting Historical-cultural Memories

The Place of the Undang-undang Laut Melaka in the History of the Islamic Maritime Law and Law of the Sea: A Preliminary Overview

Dr Hassan S. Khalilieh

University of Haifa
Israel

Dr Hassan S. Khalilieh

University of Haifa
Israel

The Place of the Undang-undang Laut Melaka in the History of the Islamic Maritime Law and Law of the Sea: A Preliminary Overview

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