People and the sea: current research on maritime interactions between Southeast Asia and the wider world

SESSION CHAIRS:
Dr Jennifer Rodrigues, Western Australian Museum (Jennifer.Rodrigues@museum.wa.gov.au)
Ms Abhirada Pook Komoot, University of Western Australia (abhirada.komoot@research.uwa.edu.au)
 
The interconnections of two major Oceans—the Indian and Pacific Oceans—have dominated Southeast Asian maritime heritage for thousands of years, enabling movement of, and interaction between, people, ideas and goods. Confirmation of the relationship between Southeast Asia with other regions is evidenced in the dispersal of Austronesian languages, spoken widely in Southeast Asia. Due to the sea providing travel routes to distant regions of the Pacific and Indian Oceans, the expansion of the languages suggests that people from Southeast Asia migrated to both sides—eastward to Oceania and Africa to the west. Furthermore, influences of maritime activities have spread beyond ports and maritime settlements. Research has revealed that mainland Southeast Asia including Myanmar, Thailand, Lao PDR, Cambodia and Vietnam also benefited from nautical skills through their complex riverine networks. Material traces from the hinterland and along coastal rims of both oceans, show that Southeast Asia has long been a dynamic region with an intense mix of cultures in its geographical crossroads. In ancient times, Southeast Asia was the only maritime gateway to China from the west. Research on maritime history in Southeast Asia, therefore, is crucial in defining the foundations of modern economic patterns.
 
This session welcomes researchers and young scholars from a wide range of fields and disciplines to share their work on Southeast Asia’s maritime past. It aims to gain, and discuss, new insight into the maritime history of the region’s connections with the wider world. Papers may include, but are not limited to, studies in material culture, traditional practices, and awareness-raising programs through preservation and interpretation of the archaeological resources. Raising public awareness of the importance and potential of our maritime heritage can enrich our understanding of the past, and help forge cooperation and common ground for preserving and appreciating our shared heritage.

Thư viện

- Tác giả: Hoàng Anh Tuấn - Nxb: Hà Nội - 2019 - Số trang: 707 tr - Khổ sách: 16x24cm
Tác giả: Nguyễn Khắc Phục Xuất bản: Hà Nội :  Năm XB: 2019 Số trang: 602
Tác giả: GS.TS. Nguyễn Viết Thịnh (chủ biên) Nhà xuất bản: Nhà xuất bản Hà Nội Năm xuất bản: 2019 Tổng số trang: 824 Kích...
- Tác giả: Nguyễn Quang Ngọc (cb) - Nxb: Hà Nội - 2019 -  Khổ sách: 16 x 24 cm - Số trang: 948tr
- Tác giả: Vũ Văn Quân - Nxb: Hà Nội - 2019 -  Khổ sách: 16 x 24 cm - Số trang: 804 tr
- Tác giả: Nguyễn Duy Chính (dịch và chú giải) - Nxb: Hà Nội - 2016 -  Khổ sách: 16 x 24 cm - Số trang: 1079 tr
- Tác giả: Phạm Hoàng Quân - Nxb: Văn hóa - văn nghệ - 2016 -  Khổ sách: 16 x 24 cm - Số trang: 209 tr
- Tác giả: Nhiều tác giả - Nxb: Thanh Niên- 2017 -  Khổ sách: 16 x 24 cm - Số trang: 475 tr
- Tác giả: Minh Đường - Nxb: Văn hóa - Thông tin - 2010 -  Khổ sách: 19 x 27 cm - Số trang: 362 tr

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