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References: Orang Asli bibliography 2001 (11): Castelnau to Clammer

Updated: Aug 29, 2023

From: Lye Tuck-Po, ed. 2001. Orang Asli of Peninsular Malaysia: A Comprehensive and Annotated Bibliography, CSEAS Research Report Series No. 88. Kyoto: Center for Southeast Asian Studies, Kyoto University.References 176–192


1. CASTELNAU, Fr. de. 1876. Mémoire sur les Mantras [Memoir on the Mantras]. Revue de Philologie et d’Ethnographie 2: 132–143.
2. CERRUTI, G. B. 1904. The Sakais of Batang Padang, Perak. JSBRAS 41: 113–117 — brief ethnography of the Semai. [LTP]

 


3. ——. 1908. My friends the savages amongst the Sakais in the Malay Peninsula: Notes and observations of a Perak settler (Malay Peninsula), richly illustrated with original photographs taken by the author. Como: Tipografia Cooperative Comense — engaging memoir and ethnographic summary by an adventurer who was appointed the first Superintendent of the Perak Sakai in 1901. Neatly summarizes sympathetic Europeans’ views of Orang Asli; based on observations of Semai in Batang Padang and of Temiar [RKD et al. #276]. Originally appeared in both Italian and English versions and recently reprinted in Italian.

 

4. CHAN Chiou Leng, et al. 1993. Orang Mah Meri di perkampungan Tanjong Sepat [The Mah Meri at Tg. Sepat]. Project Paper, Department of Anthropology dan Sociology, University of Malaya, Kuala Lumpur.
5. CHAN Mee Fong. 1995. Penyebaran agama Bahai di kalangan Orang Asli: Kajian kes di Kampung Kerawat Baru dan Kampung Sungai Buluh, Perak [The spread of Bahai religion among Orang Asli: Case studies in Kg. Kerawat Baru and Kg. Sg. Buluh]. Latihan Ilmiah Ijazah Sarjanamuda dengan Kepujian, Universiti Kebangsaan Malaysia, Bangi, Selangor — on Temiar of U. Kinta.
6. CHAN, O. L., and P. CHANG. 1970. “The pharmacological activity of Malaysian blowpipe dart poison”. Pp. 105–108 in Proceedings of the 5th Malaysia-Singapore Congress of Medicine. Kuala Lumpur.
7. CHAPMAN, F. Spencer. 1947. Travels in Japanese-occupied Malaya. Geographical Journal 110: 17–37 — covers some of the same ground as #183. Mentions an unsuccessful search for H. D. Noone. Remarks how often the British were supplied by the aborigines (Semai) with food and guides; reports on aborigines being captured by the Japanese and forced to reveal the guerrillas’ locations. [ASB]

 


8. ——. 1949. The jungle is neutral. London: Chatto and Windus — widely read war memoirs of a colonel of the British military command who stayed behind enemy lines to build up the anti-Japanese guerrilla force. Includes mention of searching for H. D. Noone and encounters with the “Sakai” (Semai) who provided food and aid to the British [LTP; ASB]. Reprinted 1950 (London: Reprint Society, by arrangement with Chatto and Windus); 1963 (London: Chatto and Windus), 1973 (London: Corgi Books), 1977 (London: Triad Flowers), 1997 (Singapore: Times Book International)

 

9. CHEU Lai Kuan, and Lily WONG. 1993. Polisi pentadbiran dan pembangunan Orang Asli—pembangunan ekonomi [Administrative policies and Orang Asli development—economic development]. Project Paper, Department of Anthropology and Sociology, University of Malaya, Kuala Lumpur.
10. CHONG Sheat Seang. 1997. Peranan Center for Orang Asli Concerns dalam meningkatkan kehidupan masyarakat Orang Asli di Semenanjung Malaysia [Role of the COAC in improving Orang Asli living standards]. Laporan Praktikum, Ijazah Sarjanamuda Sastera, Rancangan Pentadbiran Sosial, Universiti Malaya, Kuala Lumpur.
11. CHONG Siew Kook. 1995. Pembangunan dan minoriti pribumi: Satu kajian kes di penempatan semula Orang Asli suku etnik Temuan, Kampung Busut Baru, Kuala Langat, Selangor Darul Ehsan [Development and indigenous minorities: A case study of Temuan in Busut Baru resettlement area]. Latihan Ilmiah Sarjanamuda, University of Malaya, Kuala Lumpur.
12. CHONG Sing Yoong, et al. 1993. Laporan kerja lapangan mengenai Orang-orang Asli kaum Temiar di Rancangan Penempatan Semula Air Banun, Hulu Perak, Perak Darul Ridzuan [Project Paper on Temiar in RPS Air Banun]. Project Paper, Department of Anthropology dan Sociology, University of Malaya, Kuala Lumpur — Temiar is here a misprint or mislabelling for Jahai.
13. CHONG Wah Lin. 1995. Masalah pendidikan formal di kalangan pelajar masyarakat Orang Asli: Satu kajian kes di Bukit Lanjan, Selangor [Problems of formal education among Orang Asli students in Bkt. Lanjan]. Latihan Ilmiah Ijazah Sarjanamuda dengan Kepujian, Universiti Kebangsaan Malaysia, Bangi, Selangor.
14. CHRISTENSEN, Per Chrois. 1999. Experiences with community-based ecotourism at Tasek Bera Ramsar Site. Tasek Bera Technical Report Series. Wetlands International—Asia Pacific, Petaling Jaya, Selangor — part of the report series produced since T. Bera became the first Ramsar Site in Malaysia (listing as a key wetland protection area). As part of the DANCED-funded project, consultancy-based research was undertaken to promote participatory management of the site by Semelai.[LTP]
15. CHUA Kim Wah, Michael. 1991. The Orang Asli problem: A comparative analysis of aboriginal land rights in Malaysia, Australia and New Zealand. Hons. thesis, Faculty of Law, University of Malaya, Kuala Lumpur.
16. CHURCHILL, W. F. N. n.d. A brief (and quite unofficial) account of the Emergency in Malaya, from the angle of Kelantan. Unpublished MS., 71 pp., with map. In Box BAM IV/33–34 of the British Association of Malaysia portion of the Royal Commonwealth Society collection, University Library, Cambridge University, Cambridge — the author was the British Adviser in Kelantan. Contains a chapter on the Temiar and their strategic importance in the Emergency; mainly comprises ethnographic impressions. [LTP]
17. CLAMMER, John. 1987. Incorporation and assimilation: The aboriginal peoples of Malaysia and forces of modernisation. Journal of Social and Economic Studies 4(2): 121–142.
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