James Richard Logan and the indigenous peoples of the malay Peninsula: image and Rhetoric
When James Richard Logan (1819-1869) embarked on bis ethnological study of the indigenous people of the Malay Peninsula, he, like earlier and later scholars, thought of the non-Malays as 'mid tribes', that is primitive savages little changed since the daw
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