Panel 4 - Melaka in Trade

Day 2 - 3 August, 2019

Panel Head

Prof. Leonard Andaya

University of Hawai'i

Prof. Leonard Andaya is Professor of Southeast Asian History at University of Hawaiʻi at Mānoa, and was the Yusof Ishak Professor in the Social Sciences at the National University of Singapore. His concentration is in the early modern history of Southeast Asia, particularly that of Malaysia, Indonesia, the southern Philippines, and southern Thailand.

Prof. Leonard Andaya

University of Hawai'i

Prof. Leonard Andaya is Professor of Southeast Asian History at University of Hawaiʻi at Mānoa, and was the Yusof Ishak Professor in the Social Sciences at the National University of Singapore. His concentration is in the early modern history of Southeast Asia, particularly that of Malaysia, Indonesia, the southern Philippines, and southern Thailand.

Speakers

Dr Chris Baker

Journal of the Siam Society
Thailand

Reassessing Melaka’s Role in Trade in the Long 15th Century

Prof. Leonard Andaya

University of Hawai'i
Hawai'i, United States of America

Dr Chris Baker

Journal of the Siam Society
Thailand

Prof. Leonard Andaya

University of Hawai'i
Hawai'i, United States of America

Reassessing Melaka’s Role in Trade in the Long 15th Century

Melaka’s 15th Century Networked Ports-of-Trade, Maritime Diasporas, and Networks of Trade and Cultural Integration in the Bay of Bengal and Western Indian Ocean

Prof. Kenneth Hall

Ball State University
Indiana, United States of America

Prof. Kenneth Hall

Ball State University
Indiana, United States of America

Melaka’s 15th Century Networked Ports-of-Trade, Maritime Diasporas, and Networks of Trade and Cultural Integration in the Bay of Bengal and Western Indian Ocean

Dr Christopher M. Joll

Chulalongkorn University
Thailand

The Legacy of Melaka’s 15th Century Successes in 16th Century Siam

Dr Christopher M. Joll

Chulalongkorn University
Thailand

The Legacy of Melaka’s 15th Century Successes in 16th Century Siam

Relations between Ryukyu Kingdom and the Melaka Sultanate from the Mid-15th to Early 16th Century: Mainly from Rekidai Hōan

Dr Gakusho Nakajima

Kyushu University
Kyushu, Japan

Dr Gakusho Nakajima

Kyushu University
Kyushu, Japan

Relations between Ryukyu Kingdom and the Melaka Sultanate from the Mid-15th to Early 16th Century: Mainly from Rekidai Hōan

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