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Relocating the interlocuteur: Taw Sein Ko (1864-1930) and the itinerancy of knowledge in British Burma

Edwards, Penelope


Taw Sein Ko, born in Moulmein in 1864 to a merchant from Fujian and a Shan princess, rose to a high position in the British colonial administration in Burma. A talented linguist and a prolific writer, his views on Burmese society, archaeology, ethnology,

CollectionsANU Research Publications
Date published: 2004
Type: Journal article
Source: South East Asia Research


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