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Title Decentring & diversifying Southeast Asian studies : perspectives from the region / edited by Goh Beng-Lan.
Published Singapore : Institute Southeast Asian Studies, 2011
Detail xiii, 304 p. ; 24 cm
Added Author Goh, Beng-Lan
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