HISTORY

The Department of History at the Faculty of Arts and Social Sciences in the University of Malaya is the oldest and most distinguished school of history in Malaysia. It was established at the University of Malaya campus in Kuala Lumpur on 15 January 1959. The early foundations of the department were laid by notable historians such John Bastin, Wang  Gungwu, D.K. Bassett, C.M. Turnbull, Anthony J.S. Reid, and William R. Roff. The works of these scholars were highly acclaimed internationally in their individual areas of expertise. The department has continued this rich tradition of scholarship and is presently a leading centre for the study of Malaysian and Southeast Asian history.

Dr. John Bastin of Australia was appointed as the first professor of history in the department in the 1959/60 academic term. Four other notable academicians from the University of Malaya’s Singapore campus, namely Dr. Wang Gangwu, Dr. H.A. Lamb, Dr. D.K. Bassett and Dr. C.M. Turnbull, joined the pioneering academic staff of the newly-formed department in Kuala Lumpur. Academicians recruited by the department in the 1960s included Zainal Abidin Wahid, Dr. R.O. Quested, J.S. Sidhu, Dr. J.A.M. Caldwell, Jeyamalar Kathirithamby (who graduated from Singapore), Dr. J.M. Pluvier, B.A.V. Peacock, Anthony Short, J.A. Frodsham, Cheng Siok Hwa, H.A. Lamb, R.W. Winks, A.J.S. Reid, William R. Roff, D. Routledge and R. Dubsky. Chandran Jeshurun was the department’s first tutor appointed in 1962, followed by Goh Yoon Foong and R. Bonney in 1963 – all of whom were subsequently promoted as lecturers.

During the early 1970s, the department received more newcomers whose individual works are now considered outstanding. They were Mohd. Kamlin, Dr. Leonard Andaya, John Drabble, Tjoa Hock Guan, James Ongkili, Heather Sutherland, Dr. Chong Yoke Sin, Tin Hla Thaw (a Burmese), Dahlan Mansoer, Omar Farouk and Azmi Khalid. Also in the list were prominent academicians such as J. Chandran, Chin Yoon Foong, R.R. Bonney, Khoo Kay Kim, Krishen Jit Amar Singh, M. Thambirajah, Lee Kam Hing, Stephen M.Y. Leong, Goh Cheng Teik and Kannan Kutty Nair. In the mid-1970s, Malek Munip, M. Rajendran,  K.S. Nathan and Mohd. Yusoff Hashim were four local graduates who were each offered the post of lecturer in the Department.

Many local graduates, soon after completing their undergraduate studies, were appointed as lecturers throughout the late 1970s and early 1980s. They included Abdullah Zakaria Ghazali, Amarjit Kaur, Ramlah Adam, Mohd. Fadzil Othman, Mahadzir Mohd. Khir, Abdul Aziz Mat Ton, Mohd. Hear Awang, Muhammad Abu Bakar, Abdullah Azmi Abdul Khalid, Malek Munip, Aruna Gopinanth, Ranjit Singh, Leong Sau Heng, Zainon Ahmad (who later worked with the New Straits Times and The Sun), Latif Abu Bakar, Sanib Said and Adnan Haji Awang.

Following the retirement of several lecturers in the early 1990s, the Department of History began hiring younger historians with a broad range of specializations. Among the prominent ones were Mohammad Redzuan Othman (History of the Middle East), Shakila Parween Yacob (History of the United States), Ahmad Kamal Ariffin Mohd. Rus (Social History of Malaysia), Sivachandalingam Sundara Raja (Economic History of Malaysia), Danny Wong Tze-Ken (History of Vietnam), Salina Zainol (History of Indonesia), Azhar Mad Aros (History of Japan) and Mohd. Supian Sabtu (Archaeological Studies). From 1997 to 2000, the department sent some of its graduate staff abroad to pursue higher education under the Bumiputera Academic Training Scheme (SLAB) in order to enlist them as distinctly qualified lecturers upon return. Those selected under the programme included Zulkanain Abdul Rahman, Hamidin Hamid, Suffian Mansor, Arbaiyah Mohd. Noor and Azharudin Mohamed Dali. Zulkanain Abdul Rahman, Hamidin Hamid, Suffian Mansor and Azaharudin completed their doctoral studies in Britain. Arba’iyah Mohd. Noor, on the other hand, completed her doctoral studies at the University of Malaya.

Between 2000 and 2004 several the new academic staff were recruited by the department and these were Dr. Joseph M. Fernando (Political History of Malaysia), Dr. Ho Hui Ling (Social History of Malaysia), Dr. Noraini Mohamed Hassan (Social History of Malaysia) and Dr. Hasanudin Daud (History of Indonesia).

The Department of History presently has 17 lecturers, including one professor, four associate professors, seven senior lecturers, two contract senior lecturers, two lecturers, one senior fellow and one visiting professor. The Department also has two Emeritus professors. These highly trained academicians from various specialties have enabled more research to be conducted on regional and world history, apart from Malaysian history. These include studies on the histories of the United States, South Asia, Southeast Asia, Middle East, East Asia and Europe.

The department is recognized as the foremost centre for the study of Malaysian History. Further, over the years it has gained considerable expertise in the teaching of Southeast Asian and Asian history with the recruitment of new lecturers.

Undergraduate Studies: Undergraduates at the department are offered a broad range of introductory courses in the first year including histories of Malaysia, Southeast Asia, Europe and the United States. In the second, third and fourth years students are offered more specialized courses, theme-based courses and country-specific or region-based courses, in order to enable them to acquire a deeper knowledge of Malaysian, Southeast Asian, Asian or global histories. Students are required to fulfill 122 credit hours in order to graduate.

Postgraduate Studies: The Department also offers a coursework-based Master of Arts in Malaysian History and a Master of Arts in Southeast Asian History. Students are required to take five courses (15 credit hours) over two semesters and then complete a dissertation of about 40,000 words (30 credit hours). Postgraduates can choose to either specialize in Malaysian history or Southeast Asian history. Both the MA programs offer a broad range of courses on political, economic, social and cultural histories.

Postgraduates can also pursue a Masters’ degree by research. The Department has a wide range of expertise to supervise students wishing to pursue a Ph.D.

Prospective students are most welcome to make enquiries at the department via email at sas_sejarah@um.edu.my or call 03-79675507.

 
Welcoming Student

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It is a great pleasure to welcome all of you to the  Department of History, Faculty of Arts and Social Sciences, University of Malaya. It is the oldest and most distinguished history department in Malaysia. Established in 1959, the foundation was laid by notable historians including John Bastin, Wang Gungwu, D.K. Bassett, C.M. Turnbull, Anthony J.S. Reid, and William R. Roff. The department also had the privilege to host renowned local historians such as Jeyamalar Kathirithamby Wells, Amarjit Kaur and the late Chandran Jeshurun. At present, we are fortunate to be affiliated with eminent historians in the country including Emiriti Professors Tan Sri Dr. Khoo Kay Kim and Dato’ Wira Dr. Mohd Yusuff Hashim. 

Here at the department, we are proud to be one of the most renowned centres in the study of Malaysian history. Nevertheless, the department offers a balanced syllabus on global history featuring experts on the various regions of Southeast Asia, South Asia, the Middle East, the United States, Western Europe, Russia and Africa. In realizing its vision to become a world-renowned centre in the study of Malaysian history, the Department of History seeks to advance the knowledge of humanities and social sciences for the overall well being of an individual, society, the country, and mankind. 

The Department of History is fully committed to objective and impartial study of the past and in exploring the boundaries of the discipline to better represent the past. Our faculty is involved in a number of international collaborative research projects with top historians from prominent universities in Europe, the United States, China and Japan and also serves as reviewers from prestigious international journals. On the local front, our faculty serves as official reviewers for the Ministry of Education, mainly in assessing secondary schools’ history textbooks. These include various consultation services in the field of history to government and private institutions.

Given our past and present expertise of the department, our students enjoy a rich offering of courses and educational programmes including outbound student exchange programmes with universities in the Asian region. Students too, benefit from the established networks of partnership with various organisations within and outside the country such as the Malaysian Historical Society, the Selangor Museum, the Malaysian Research Institute on History and Patriotism (IKSEP), the Department of Malay Custom and Heritage (PADAT), the National Archives of Malaysia, Universitas Hassanudin, Universitas Andalas, Universitias Airlangga, Indonesia, University Brunei Darussalam, Geahon University, Chonnam National University, Krea and Écolefrançaise d' Extrême-Orient (EFEO).

Strongly committed to an integrated and holistic education, we encourage our students to explore and experiment new ideas and areas of history. Right from the start students are exposed to historical thinking skills. Students are taught to appreciate historical evidence and analyse and interpret primary and secondary sources creatively and critically. Our students are well prepared for a wide range of career choices. History graduates from the department have promising career prospects in the fields of public administration and diplomacy (since 1964 until present, graduates from the Department of History have been continuously appointed by the Public Service Department to serve as public administrators and diplomats), banking, corporate and education sectors.

To gather more information on our staff’s expertise, programme’s of study, staff’s expertise and etc, please select the relevant link.

Associate Professor Dr. Sivachandralingam Sundara Raja
Head, Department of History

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The Department of History is one of the oldest academic schools in Malaysia, and a highly respected department within the Faculty of Arts and Social Sciences at the University of Malaya. It was established on 15 January 1959 in Kuala Lumpur, three years before the official establishment of the university. Dr. John Bastin of Australia was appointed as the first professor of history in the 1959/60 academic term. Four other notable academicians from the Singapore campus, namely Dr. Wang Gangwu, Dr. H.A. Lamb, Dr. D.K. Bassett and Dr. C.M. Turnbull, joined the pioneering academic staff of the newly formed department at Kuala Lumpur. Additional academicians recruited by the department in the 1960s were Zainal Abidin Wahid, Dr. R.O. Quested, J.S. Sidhu, Dr. J.A.M. Caldwell, Jeyamalar Kathirithamby (graduated from Singapore), Dr. J.M. Pluvier, B.A.V. Peacock, Anthony Short, J.A. Frodsham, Cheng Siok Hwa, H.A. Lamb, R.W. Winks, A.J.S. Reid, William R. Roff, D. Routledge and R. Dubsky.

Western scholars held greater responsibility in laying the foundation and strength of the department during the early phase of its growth. When they opted to leave the department to pursue their careers abroad, local and younger academic staffs were employed as tutors and lecturers. Chandran Jeshurun was the department’s first tutor appointed in 1962, followed by Goh Yoon Foong and R. Bonney in 1963 – all of whom were subsequently promoted as lecturers.

During the early 1970s, the department received more newcomers whose individual works are now considered outstanding. They were Mohd. Kamlin, Dr. L. Andaya, John Drable, Tjoa Hock Guan, James Ongkili, Heather Sutherland, Dr. Chong Yoke Sin, Tin Hla Thaw (a Burmese), Dahlan Mansoer, Omar Farouk and Azmi Khalid. Also in the list were prominent academicians such as J. Chandran, Chin Yoon Foong, R.R. Bonney, Khoo Kay Kim, Krishen Jit Amar Singh, M. Thambirajah, Lee Kam Hing, Stephen M.Y. Leong, Goh Cheng Teik and Kannan Kutty Nair. In the mid-1970s, Malek Munip, M. Rajendran,  K.S. Nathan and Mohd Yusoff Hashim were four local graduates who were each offered the post of lecturer in the Department.

In the 1970s a number of visiting professors served as lecturers for a short stint under the Fulbright scholarship. Some of them were Dr. H.G. Kinloch, Dr. G.S. Maryanov, Dr. D.K. Wyatt and Dr. Craig Lockard. Added to that, in collaboration with the Japan Foundation, the Department received more visiting professors to deliver lectures on the history of Japan, especially regarding the country’s political history and foreign relations. They included Prof. K. Kurimoto, Prof. Ryoji Shimazu, Prof. Yoki Akashi, Prof. K. Iesaka, Prof. K. Toba, Prof. K. Seki, Prof. K. Ori, Prof. Yoki Akashi and Prof. Yuji Suzuki.

Many local graduates, soon after completing their undergraduate studies, were appointed as lecturers throughout the late 1970s and early 1980s. They included Abdullah Zakaria Ghazali, Amarjit Kaur, Ramlah Adam, Mohd. Fadzil Othman, Mahadzir Mohd. Khir, Abdul Aziz Mat Ton, Mohd. Hear Awang, Muhammad Abu Bakar, Abdullah Azmi Abdul Khalid, Malek Munip, Aruna Gopinanth, Ranjit Singh, Leong Sau Heng, Zainon Ahmad (later joined New Straits Times and The Sun) and Adnan Haji Awang.

Following the retirement of several lecturers by the early 1990s, the Department of History began hiring younger historians of various specializations. Prominent ones were Mohammad Redzuan Othman (History of the Middle East), Shakila Parween Yacob (History of the United States), Ahmad Kamal Arifin Che Rus (Social History of Malaysia), Sivachandalingam Sundara Raja (Economic History of Malaysia), Danny Wong Tze-Ken (Vietnamese History), Salina Zainol (History of Indonesia), Azhar Mad Aros (History of Japan) and Mohd. Suppian Sabtu (Archeological Studies). From 1997 to 2000, the department sent some of its graduate staffs abroad to pursue higher education under the Bumiputera Training Scheme (SLAB) in order to enlist them as distinctly qualified lecturers upon return. Those selected under the programme including Zulkanain Abdul Rahman, Hamidin Hamid, Suffian Mansor, Arbaiyah Mohd. Noor and Azharudin Mohamed Dali. Zulkanain Abdul Rahman, Suffian Mansor and Azaharudin completed their doctoral studies in England. Hamidin Hamid received his doctoral degree from the School of Oriental and African Studies (SOAS) and was subsequently offered to lecture on the History of Africa. Arbaiyah Mohd. Noor, on the other hand, wound up her doctoral studies during a local study leave scheme.

Some of the new academic staff employed by the department between 2000 and 2004 were Dr. Joseph M. Fernando (Political History of Malaysia), Dr. Ho Hui Ling (Social History of Malaysia), Noraini Mohamed Hassan (Social History of Malaysia) and Hasanudin Daud (History of Indonesia).

As of 2016, the Department of History has 17 lecturers including one professor, four associate professors, seven senior lecturers, two contract senior lecturers and two lecturers. The Department also has two Emeritus professor, one senior fellow and one visiting professor. These well-trained academicians of various specialties enabled more studies to be conducted on world history, other than those only pertaining to Malaysia. These included studies on the histories of the United States, South Asia, Southeast Asia, Middle East, East Asia and Europe.

Leadership
Dr. John Bastin served as the first Head of Department (HOD) during the 1959/1960 academic term. Prof. Wang Gang Wu held the post from February 1963 to 1968 and Prof. S. Arasaratnam, from the Department of Indian Studies, took up the post from 1968 -1973. Prof. Khoo Kay Kim was the HOD from 1973-1978, followed by J.M. Chandran who served from 1978-1982. From 1984 to 1986, the Department of History had Dr. Mohd Yusoff Hashim as its HOD. Prof. Jeyamalar Kathirithamby-Wells became the HOD from 1986-1988 and Dr. Mohd. Yusoff Hashim was appointed for the second time from 1988-1990. Subsequently, Krishen Jit Amar Singh succeeded him briefly from 1990-1992. Dr. Mohd Yusoff Hashim resumed the post, for the third time, from 1992-1997. Prof. Abdullah Zakaria Ghazali was the HOD from 1998 - 2000 and Leong Sau Heng assumed the role from 2001-2002. Prof. Abdullah Zakaria Ghazali was reappointed in 2002 and served until 2003.  Prof. Datuk Dr. Ramlah became the HOD in 2004. The then Associate Professor Dr. Muhammad Redzuan Othman was chosen as the next HOD, from June 2005 followed by Dr. Zulkanain Abdul Rahman (2006-2007), again the headship was helmed by Prof Abdullah Zakaria (2007-2009). The other HOD in the following years were Dr. Arba’iyah Mohd Noor (2010-2012), Dr.Suffian Mansor (2012-2013); Dr.Azharudin Mohamed Dali (2013-2014) and Associate Professor Dr. Shakila Parween Yacob (2014-2015). Presently the Department is helmed by Associate Professor Dr. Sivachandralingam Sundara Raja. Guided by committed individuals, the Department of History underwent constructive changes over time.

Courses Offered
Ever since the 1960s to date, the Department of History has been constantly revising its curriculum with a view to introducing relevant changes and diversity in the study of history in Malaysia. First-year students in the 1960s were required to register for courses like the History of South Asia, History of Modern Europe, History of Modern Russia and History of the United States. Generally, students in the second and third years had their own areas of specialization in history, either as a single major or double majors. It was only from the 1965/1966 session that the History of Malaya/Malaysia was included as a core course in the department’s curriculum. This course was intended to emphasize historical developments relating to nation building. Therefore, the Department reoriented its focus from colonial studies to a Malaysia-based syllabus. However, at this time, most of the courses offered by the department were still in the English language taught by lecturers who were trained in Western countries.

The introduction of the Malay language (Bahasa Malaysia), the National Language, as the medium of instruction in the University of Malaya beginning 1972/73 session, had led to an increase in the number of Malay undergraduates. In the early 1970s, the Department of History implemented the usage of the language in the conduct of lectures, especially in Malaysian history courses.

In the academic years of 1974/75, the department prepared a working paper to enhance its syllabus and proposed that history majoring undergraduates should submit an academic exercise in partial fulfillment of requirements for graduation.

In the academic term of 1979/80, the department made the History of Malaysia, Early History of Asia and Early History of Europe compulsory subjects for undergraduates wishing to major or minor in history. These courses are still being taught as core components today. Students select these courses from two packages – the first contains Malaysia-based courses focusing on civilizational, political and developmental aspects whereas the second package consists of various courses relating to Southeast Asia, Asia, Europe and World History in general. The idea was to provide students with  comprehensive exposure and understanding of the History of Malaysia and World History. Furthermore, the department made the History of Malaysia, History of Early Asian Civilization and Introduction to Western Political Institutions as requisite courses in the 1987/88 academic sessions. All courses in the Department of History, including some new courses on the history of Malaysia, were taught in Bahasa Malaysia throughout the 1980s.

There were significant changes in the department’s curriculum, particularly in the academic year of 1990/91, when the Faculty of Arts and Social Sciences introduced four-year undergraduate studies (effective till 1997) and made  History of Early Asian Civilization and History of Early European Civilization compulsory subjects for first year students. Second year students were required to register for History of Malaysia and History of Early Southeast Asia from the 1st Century until the 15th Century. Finally, third and fourth year students had to choose courses from the History of Malaysia (50%) and World History (50%) packages. This course structure remained effective until the University of Malaya initiated a three-year Semester System in 1997/98, accompanied by to changes in the syllabus. Both majors and minors were required to register courses from the History of Malaysia, History of Early Southeast Asia, History of Europe and History of Asia modules in their first year of study. In their second and third years, the History of Malaysia and World History packages carried equal weightage. Another important development was the current practice for history majors to submit an academic exercise. The accompanying requirement for minors to submit their project paper was dropped in 1999.

Students Enrollment
In the 1960s, the Department of History enrolled approximately 300-500 undergraduates (from first to third year). The student intake doubled in the following decade as the department accepted more than 1,000 students from 1971-1976. The numbers never dropped below 2,000 for the years between 1970 and 1975. In fact, there were 3,343 students in the 1972/73 academic term. However, the total number of admission dwindled to 599 students in the 1979/80 session.

The department continued to enroll lesser numbers of students during the first half of the 1980s: 1980/81 (471); 1981/82 (448); 1982/83 (464); 1983/84 (515) and 1984/86 (559). From 1985 onwards, the department recorded a relative increase in the number of intakes: 1985/1986 (924); 1986/87 (927); 1987/88 (1,106); 1988/89 (1,221) and; 1989/90 (1,080). The average student enrolment in the Faculty of Arts and Social Sciences stood at about 1,000- 2,000 in the 1990s, a positive result from faculty reorganization efforts. However, the introduction of the Semester System in 1997 caused the average annual enrollment to decline to about 400-500 students. Generally, the faculty as a whole received lesser students in 2002 (declined from 1,000 to 600) as a result of the government’s policy of distributing 60% of post secondary students into the science stream and 40% into the arts. This development took its toll on student enrollment into the Department of History. Only 200-300 students were enrolled in the period between 2000-2004. This was a relatively commendable number, in comparison with the entire admission in the faculty of only 500 students. It shows that the Department of History was the most favorite of all in the Faculty of Arts and Social Sciences.

Unlike undergraduate students, the number of postgraduate (M.A. and Ph.D.) intakes showed consistent improvements. The department had 5-6 students in the 1960s and the number increased to 10-20 students in the 1970s.  It took in 5 to 10 students in the 1980s, before having 30 to 40 students throughout the 1990s. An increase in the number of postgraduate students was promoted by the introduction, in 1999, of coursework and dissertation options in the fields of Malaysian history and Southeast Asian history. The department had only one Ph.D. candidate in the 1960s but began to admit 10- 15 candidates per year from the 1980s onwards. On the whole, it is indeed a milestone achievement for the Department in being able to produce high-quality graduates, as well as individuals of exemplary doctoral excellence each year.

Research and Publications
The department’s main research areas in the 1960s were focused on exploring the History of Malaysia to a significant extent. Undergraduate students were encouraged to read up more on the local history; postgraduate students extended their critical inquiry on the History of Malaysia and History of Imperialism in Asia. Its resolute undertaking of research activities was internationally recognized when the Department of History was chosen to organize the Third International Conference of Historians of Asia (IAHA) in 1968. Both local and foreign historians participated in this Conference, wherein 150 working papers were presented and deliberated upon.

In the 1970s, besides contributing articles for local and foreign journals, a number of them also stressed the importance of history through radio and television, besides actively delivering lectures and talks at governmental and non-governmental institutions. Of greater significance, some of them were selected by the Ministry of Education to prepare exam questions, and to contribute towards school curriculum development.

The members of the department continued producing numerous academic writings in the 1980s for both local and foreign publications. One notable publication was Historia: Essays in Commemoration of the 25th Anniversary of the Department of History, University of Malaya, edited by Abdullah Zakaria Ghazali, Muhammad Abu Bakar and Amarjit Kaur. In the academic years of 1984/85, the department organized several colloquia and seminars including the ‘Colloquium on Shipping and Trade in the Malay World before 1900”. In the 1990s, many academicians from the Department of History actively published their works, either as books, monographs or articles. They were also involved in presenting their working papers at regional and international conferences. Additionally, all newly promoted professors in 2002 successfully published books and articles, and presented working papers at international conferences. Besides delivering lectures in the Department of History, many of them shared their expertise with the other departments of the faculty. For instance, some of them assisted in teaching the Islamic and Asian Civilizations course (Tamadun Islam dan Tamadun Asia; TITAS) while others played important roles in the departments of Gender Studies, International and Strategic Studies and Centre for Civilisational Dialogue. There were also those who were appointed as official advisors for the Malaysian government and related institutions.

For the first time, in August 2004, the department organized an international conference on the History of Malaysia entitled “Revisiting Malaysian History over the Centuries”. Some 60 working papers, relating to subjects such as  early history of the Malay world, Malay states and colonialism, politics of Malaysia, as well as the socio-economic history of Malaysia, were presented. Basically, the conference was part of the department’s ongoing efforts to promote scholarship and networking among the world’s academic community. In July 2005, the department of History organized the Conference of Regional Social History.

Ever since its establishment in 1959, the Department of History has thrived as one of Malaysia’s leading educational institutes, where most of the nation’s great minds in the field of history were groomed.

Vision,Mission,Objective

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Vision
To advance the knowledge of history in order to produce skillful individuals for the development of the country.

Mission
To become a world-renowned centre in the study of Malaysian history and seek to advance the knowledge of humanities and social sciences for the overall well being of an individual, society, the country and mankind.

Objective

The Department of History objectives are :

  • To produce history graduates of excellence, quality and integrity, as well as advance the aim of the national philosophy of education in the field of history.
  • To produce competitive graduates in the face of current challenges.
  • To produce graduates with a strong sense of patriotism.
  • To develop critical and creative thinking.
  • To enable graduates to link historical knowledge with employment in public and private sectors that requires research and analytical skills.
  • To enable graduates to draw lessons from historical events that could be useful to address current issues.
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Visiting Academics

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Department of History hosts some Visiting Academics from around the worlds. Generally, Visiting Academics have outstanding teaching experience.  In the 1970s, a number of Visiting Professors served a stint as lecturers under the Fulbright scholarship.  Some of them were Dr. H.G. Kinloch, Dr. G.S. Maryanov, Dr. D. K. Wyatt and Dr. Craig Lockard.

In collaboration with the Japan Foundation, the Department received more Visiting Professors to deliver lectures on the history of Japan, especially regarding the country’s political history and foreign relations.  They included Prof. K. Kurimoto, Prof. RyojiShimazu, Prof. Yoki Akashi, Prof. K. Lesaka, Prof. K. Toba, Prof. K. Seki, Prof. K. Ori, Prof. Yoki Akashi and Prof. Yuji Suzuki.   Although there were many local graduates appointed as lecturers soon after completing their studies in the early 1970s and early 1980s  up to this day,  services  of  Visiting Academics are still needed, especially in carrying out joint research in various historical aspects

Professor Dr. Hara Fujio (1987-1989 & 2012-2013)

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Born in 1943, Professor Dr.Hara Fujio obtained his Bachelor of Economics from  the University of  Tokyo,  Japan  in  1967 and  PhD in Interdisciplinary Cultural Studies from the same University  in 1997.  He joined the Institute of Developing Economies of Tokyo from 1967-1999 and   served as  a  lecturer at the Nanzan University, Nagoya in 1999.  Between 1972-1974 and few months in 2006, he had been a Visiting Researcher at the School of Social Sciences, Universiti Sains Malaysia, a Visiting Professor at the History Department, Faculty of Arts and Social Sciences, University of Malaya (from 1987-1989, 2012-2013) and  Faculty of Economics and Administration , University of Malaya from 1992-1994, an  Associate Fellow at  Institute of Malaysia & International Studies at UKM (1997-1999) and an Academic Advisor at the Chinese Heritage Centre, Han Chiang College Pulau Pinang in 2003.  His research interests are in Malaysian Modern History, Chinese in Southeast Asia, Historical Relations between Malaysia and Japan. He has published several books and  articles in many journals.  Presently he is the Professor at the Department of Asian Studies, Faculty of Foreign Studies, Nanzan University, Nagoya Japan.  

Professor Dr. Leonard Andaya (2007, 2014)

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Professor Dr. Leornard Y. Andaya is currently a Professor of  Southeast Asian History at the Department of History, University of Hawai'i.,Manoa Honolulu, USA.  He obtained his  Bachelor of Arts  in History at the Universityof Yale  in 1965; Master of Arts (1969)  and  PhD in Southeast Asian History  (1971)  at Cornell University.  He held research positions in numerous institutions.  He was a Visiting Professor at the Department of History, University of Malaya  in 2007 and 2014  as well as an external  examiner in the same University between 2010-2012. He was also a Senior Fellow at the Asia Research Institute, National University of Singapore in 2007, an Affiliated Fellow at the International Institute for Asian Studies in Leiden in 2008, member of an international committee of academics (U.S., Australia, Netherlands), a Reviewer of the Department of Southeast Asian Studies and Malay Studies at the National University of Singapore and the Department of History, University of Malaya. 

Professor Dr. Leornard Y. Andaya  is a prolific  writer. Throughout his career, he has produced many papers in the form of books, book chapters and journal articles  such as The Kingdom of Johor, 1641-1728 (1975), A History of Malaysia (with Barbara W.Andaya -1982 & 2001), Leaves of the Same Tree: Trade and Ethnicity in the Straits of Melaka (2008) and several articles such as “Ethnicity in Precolonial and Colonial Southeast Asia” (2013) in Norman G. Owen (ed), Routledge Handbook of SoutheastAsian History,  “The Gujarati Legacy in Southeast Asia’ in LotikaVaradarajan (ed). Gujarat and the Sea (2011), “Comments on Victor Lieberman’s Strange Parallels” in  The Journal Asian of Studies 70, 4 (November 2011), “The Bujang Valley in the Early History of the “Sea of Malaya” in  Stephen Chia and Barbara Watson Andaya (eds).  Bujang Valley and Early Civilisations on Southeast Asia, ”The ‘Informal Portuguese Empire’ and the Topasses in the Solor Archipelago and Timor in the Seventeenth and Eighteenth Centuries” in Journal of Southeast Asian Studies 41, 3 (October 2010),  “Diaspora Bugis, Identitas dan Islam di Negeri Malaya” in Diaspora Bugis di Alam Melayu, 2010 etc.  He also participated in various international and national seminars and given lectures at various institutes

Professor Dr. Barbara Watson Andaya (1973, 2014)

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Professor Dr. Barbara Watson Andaya was born in 1943 in Sydney, Australia.  She obtained her Bachelor of Arts and Diploma of Education from Sydney University (1962-1963) with majors in English and Asian History.  In 1969, she obtained her Master of Arts from the University of Hawai’i with a major in Southeast Asian history and minors in Indian history and Modern European history and her  PhD at Cornell University in Southeast Asian History. Now she is a Professor at the Asian Studies Program and Director Center for Southeast Asian Studies, University of Hawai’i  at  Manoa Honolulu.


She served as a Tutor  at the Department of History, University of Malaya  in 1973 and a Visiting Professor at  the same University in 2014, a Research Fellow at  the Department of Pacific and Southeast Asian History, Australian National University (1997-1979), Lecturer at the  Department of History, University of  Auckland (1992-1993),  a Raffles Professor of History at the National University of Singapore (2007), a Visiting Professor at Science University of Malaysia (2010) and  a Research Fellow at KoninklijkInstituut, Netherlands (2013).

Professor Dr. Barbara Watson Andaya has produced many publications such as  A History of Early Modern Southeast Asia, 1400-1830 (with Leonard Y. Andaya, 2014), The Flaming Womb: Repositioning Women in Southeast Asian History (2006), A History of Malaysia (with Leonard Y. Andaya -1982 & 2001), Perak, the Abode of Grace: A Study of an Eighteenth Century Malay State (1979), “Christianity, Religion and Identity in a Muslim Environment: Other Mary, Queen of Larantuka, Indonesia” in Attending to Early Modern Women: Conflict, Concord (2013), “Christianity in Modern Southeast Asia”, in Routledge Handbook to Southeast Asia, ed.  Norman Owen. Barbara Watson Andaya (2014), “Gates, Elephants, Cannon and Drums:  Symbols and Sounds in the Creation of a Patani Identity”  in The Ghosts of the Past in Southern Thailand:  Essays on the History and Historiography of Patani, (2013),  (with Leonard Y. Andaya), “Interracial Marriages and the Overseas Family: The Case of the Topas of Timor”, in Anthony Reid and the Study of the Sotheast Asian Past, (2012), “Contextualizing the Global: Marketing Pentecostalism in Malaysia and Indonesia” in Hirochika Nakamaki, ed. Globalizing Asian Religions (2011), “Distant Drums and Thunderous Cannon: Affirming Identity and Sounding Authority in Traditional Malay Society.” International Journal of Asian and Pacific Studies 7, 2,  July   2011 and many more.

Associate Professor  Dr. Po Dharma (2010-2012)

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Associate Professor Dr. Po Dharma completed his Bachelor of Arts in Phnom-Penh, Cambodia in 1969, Master of Arts  in 1978 and Ph.D in 1986 at the University of Sorbonne Paris.  He served as an army officer in Cambodia in 1969 and became a research assistant at the EcoleFrancaised” Extreme-Orient (EFEO) in 1972. In 1987 he became the head of the EFEO Center in Kuala Lumpur and a Lecturer in  EHESS, Paris from 1994-1996. He was  also an Associate  Professor at the EFEO in 2003 and a lecturer at INALCO Paris from 2003 to 2009.  Then he served as a Visiting Professor in the Department of History of University of Malaya from  2010 to 2012.

Dr. Po Dharmahas produced many publications such as Nhungphathienmoive Champa (Penelitian terbaru berkaitan Campa) (ed.), Champaka n.9 (2008),  Akayet Um Marup (Hikayat Umarup), with  Nicolas Weber & Abdullah Zakaria Ghazali (2007), Peninsuleindochinoise et Monde Malais: Relations historiques et culturelles  Semenanjung Indocina dan Dunia Melayu:Hubungan Sejarah dan Kebudayaan), penyunting bersama Mak Phoeun (2003), Adat Perpatih Melayu-Campa, penyunting bersama Dato’ Tengku Alaudin Majid (1994), “Peranan Kelantan dalam Pergerakan Islam di Campa: 1883-1834, Warisan Kelantan, No. VIII, 1989, “Peranan Putera Melayu di Campa (Vietnam Tengah) dalam Sosiopolitik dan Agama” ,dlm. Ismail Hussien eds., Tamadun Melayu, DBP, Vol. 3, 1995 and many more.

Dr. Maung Zarni (2013-2014)

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Dr. Maung Zarni  was born in 1963.  He obtained his Bachelor of Science (majoring in Chemistry) from the University of Mandalay, Myanmar  in 1984;  Master of Arts from the University of California at Davis, USA in 1991 and Ph.D at the University of Wisconsin at Madison, USA in 1998.  He was a Visiting Senior Research Fellow at the Faculty of Arts and Social Sciences, University of Malaya from 2013 to 2014, a Visiting Fellow at the Civil Society and Human Security Research Unit, Department of International Development, London School of Economics UK in 2011 and a  Research Collaborator at Harvard Global Equity Initiative, Harvard University USA in 2013.

Dr. Zarnihas produced many journal articles,  book chapters and newspaper articles and has presented papers at national and international levels.  Among his articles are “Reforms in Myanmar: Hype and realities”, Commentary, Asian Journal of Public Affairs, Vol. 5 No.2, Feb. 2013, A “Three Insecurities Perspective” for the Changing Myanmar, Kyoto Review of Southeast Asian Studies, Spring 2013, “ Myanmar’s Drive For Peace” , International New York Times, No. 3, 2013, “Aung San SuuKyi and the World of Islamophobia”, al-Jazeera English, No. 3, 2013, “Violence in the Name of Buddhism: How the marriage of Burma’s Popular Islamophobia and the neo-Fascist State led to the Rohingya Genocide” in DarwisKudori (ed.), Religious Diversity in a Global Society (2013) and many more.

Dr. Suleiman RouslanDjamoukhanov  (2012-2016)

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Born in Kirgizstan in  1955, Dr. Suleiman Rouslan obtained   his  Bachelor of Arts in Roman and German Philology from Leo Tolstoy University Grozny Chechen,Republic of USSR in 1980, M.A in Iberian-Caucasian Language and History from the Chechen Republic State University, Grozny  (1992) and Ph.D  in Ancient Caucasian and Middle East History from Chechen Republic Ichkeria (ChRI) Islamic State University. Between 1980-1988, he served as a teacher of the English and Russian language, USSR History in Secondary and High School at Shatoy and Grozny Districts.  Then he became a lecturer in Caucasian Languages and History at the Department of the Chechen Philology, Chechen Republic State University from 1990 to 1994.  At the same time he was a part time researcher of the Floklore Centre, Ministry of Culture, ChRI before coming to Malaysia in 1996. From 2001 to 2010,  Dr. Suleiman was appointed as a Director of the Crisis and Peace Research Centre under the Global Peace Mission Malaysia (GPM) in Kuala Lumpur. Then he served as a  Visiting Research Fellow  at the Department of History, University of Malaya from 2012.  He  passed away on 28 December 2015 at the University of  Malaya Hospital.

Among his articles are “AraboyazichnieEpitafti Yugo-VostochnoChechni-Arabic Epitaphs of the South-East Chechnya”, Grozny, 1990, “The Chechenistan”, Islamic Encyclopedia of Turkey Republic (in Turkish language), Istanbul (1993), “Measurement and Certification of the Medieval Towers in the Canyons of the Chanty and Sharo-Argun Rivers”, Grozny (1993) and many more. 

Why Study History

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WHY STUDY HISTORY? (1998) American Historical Association

By Peter N. Stearns

https://www.historians.org/about-aha-and-membership/aha-history-and-archives/archives/why-study-history-(1998)

History Helps Us Understand People and Societies

In the first place, history offers a storehouse of information about how people and societies behave. Understanding the operations of people and societies is difficult, though a number of disciplines make the attempt. An exclusive reliance on current data would needlessly handicap our efforts. How can we evaluate war if the nation is at peace—unless we use historical materials? How can we understand genius, the influence of technological innovation, or the role that beliefs play in shaping family life, if we don't use what we know about experiences in the past? Some social scientists attempt to formulate laws or theories about human behavior. But even these recourses depend on historical information, except for in limited, often artificial cases in which experiments can be devised to determine how people act. Major aspects of a society's operation, like mass elections, missionary activities, or military alliances, cannot be set up as precise experiments. Consequently, history must serve, however imperfectly, as our laboratory, and data from the past must serve as our most vital evidence in the unavoidable quest to figure out why our complex species behaves as it does in societal settings. This, fundamentally, is why we cannot stay away from history: it offers the only extensive evidential base for the contemplation and analysis of how societies function, and people need to have some sense of how societies function simply to run their own lives. History Helps Us Understand Change and How the Society We Live in Came to Be The second reason history is inescapable as a subject of serious study follows closely on the first. The past causes the present, and so the future. Any time we try to know why something happened—whether a shift in political party dominance in the American Congress, a major change in the teenage suicide rate, or a war in the Balkans or the Middle East—we have to look for factors that took shape earlier. Sometimes fairly recent history will suffice to explain a major development, but often we need to look further back to identify the causes of change. Only through studying history can we grasp how things change; only through history can we begin to comprehend the factors that cause change; and only through history can we understand what elements of an institution or a society persist despite change.

The Importance of History in Our Own Lives

These two fundamental reasons for studying history underlie more specific and quite diverse uses of history in our own lives. History well told is beautiful. Many of the historians who most appeal to the general reading public know the importance of dramatic and skillful writing—as well as of accuracy. Biography and military history appeal in part because of the tales they contain. History as art and entertainment serves a real purpose, on aesthetic grounds but also on the level of human understanding. Stories well done are stories that reveal how people and societies have actually functioned, and they prompt thoughts about the human experience in other times and places. The same aesthetic and humanistic goals inspire people to immerse themselves in efforts to reconstruct quite remote pasts, far removed from immediate, present-day utility. Exploring what historians sometimes call the "pastness of the past"—the ways people in distant ages constructed their lives—involves a sense of beauty and excitement, and ultimately another perspective on human life and society. 

History Contributes to Moral Understanding

History also provides a terrain for moral contemplation. Studying the stories of individuals and situations in the past allows a student of history to test his or her own moral sense, to hone it against some of the real complexities individuals have faced in difficult settings. People who have weathered adversity not just in some work of fiction, but in real, historical circumstances can provide inspiration. "History teaching by example" is one phrase that describes this use of a study of the past—a study not only of certifiable heroes, the great men and women of history who successfully worked through moral dilemmas, but also of more ordinary people who provide lessons in courage, diligence, or constructive protest. 

History Provides Identity

History also helps provide identity, and this is unquestionably one of the reasons all modern nations encourage its teaching in some form. Historical data include evidence about how families, groups, institutions and whole countries were formed and about how they have evolved while retaining cohesion. For many Americans, studying the history of one's own family is the most obvious use of history, for it provides facts about genealogy and (at a slightly more complex level) a basis for understanding how the family has interacted with larger historical change. Family identity is established and confirmed. Many institutions, businesses, communities, and social units, such as ethnic groups in the United States, use history for similar identity purposes. Merely defining the group in the present pales against the possibility of forming an identity based on a rich past. And of course nations use identity history as well—and sometimes abuse it. Histories that tell the national story, emphasizing distinctive features of the national experience, are meant to drive home an understanding of national values and a commitment to national loyalty. 

Studying History Is Essential for Good Citizenship

A study of history is essential for good citizenship. This is the most common justification for the place of history in school curricula. Sometimes advocates of citizenship history hope merely to promote national identity and loyalty through a history spiced by vivid stories and lessons in individual success and morality. But the importance of history for citizenship goes beyond this narrow goal and can even challenge it at some points.

History that lays the foundation for genuine citizenship returns, in one sense, to the essential uses of the study of the past. History provides data about the emergence of national institutions, problems, and values—it's the only significant storehouse of such data available. It offers evidence also about how nations have interacted with other societies, providing international and comparative perspectives essential for responsible citizenship. Further, studying history helps us understand how recent, current, and prospective changes that affect the lives of citizens are emerging or may emerge and what causes are involved. More important, studying history encourages habits of mind that are vital for responsible public behavior, whether as a national or community leader, an informed voter, a petitioner, or a simple observer.

What Skills Does a Student of History Develop?

What does a well-trained student of history, schooled to work on past materials and on case studies in social change, learn how to do? The list is manageable, but it contains several overlapping categories.

The Ability to Assess Evidence. The study of history builds experience in dealing with and assessing various kinds of evidence—the sorts of evidence historians use in shaping the most accurate pictures of the past that they can. Learning how to interpret the statements of past political leaders—one kind of evidence—helps form the capacity to distinguish between the objective and the self-serving among statements made by present-day political leaders. Learning how to combine different kinds of evidence—public statements, private records, numerical data, visual materials—develops the ability to make coherent arguments based on a variety of data. This skill can also be applied to information encountered in everyday life.

The Ability to Assess Conflicting Interpretations. Learning history means gaining some skill in sorting through diverse, often conflicting interpretations. Understanding how societies work—the central goal of historical study—is inherently imprecise, and the same certainly holds true for understanding what is going on in the present day. Learning how to identify and evaluate conflicting interpretations is an essential citizenship skill for which history, as an often-contested laboratory of human experience, provides training. This is one area in which the full benefits of historical study sometimes clash with the narrower uses of the past to construct identity. Experience in examining past situations provides a constructively critical sense that can be applied to partisan claims about the glories of national or group identity. The study of history in no sense undermines loyalty or commitment, but it does teach the need for assessing arguments, and it provides opportunities to engage in debate and achieve perspective.

Experience in Assessing Past Examples of Change. Experience in assessing past examples of change is vital to understanding change in society today—it's an essential skill in what we are regularly told is our "ever-changing world." Analysis of change means developing some capacity for determining the magnitude and significance of change, for some changes are more fundamental than others. Comparing particular changes to relevant examples from the past helps students of history develop this capacity. The ability to identify the continuities that always accompany even the most dramatic changes also comes from studying history, as does the skill to determine probable causes of change. Learning history helps one figure out, for example, if one main factor—such as a technological innovation or some deliberate new policy—accounts for a change or whether, as is more commonly the case, a number of factors combine to generate the actual change that occurs. 

Historical study, in sum, is crucial to the promotion of that elusive creature, the well-informed citizen. It provides basic factual information about the background of our political institutions and about the values and problems that affect our social well-being. It also contributes to our capacity to use evidence, assess interpretations, and analyze change and continuities. No one can ever quite deal with the present as the historian deals with the past—we lack the perspective for this feat; but we can move in this direction by applying historical habits of mind, and we will function as better citizens in the process.

History Is Useful in the World of Work

History is useful for work. Its study helps create good businesspeople, professionals, and political leaders. The number of explicit professional jobs for historians is considerable, but most people who study history do not become professional historians. Professional historians teach at various levels, work in museums and media centers, do historical research for businesses or public agencies, or participate in the growing number of historical consultancies. These categories are important—indeed vital—to keep the basic enterprise of history going, but most people who study history use their training for broader professional purposes. Students of history find their experience directly relevant to jobs in a variety of careers as well as to further study in fields like law and public administration. Employers often deliberately seek students with the kinds of capacities historical study promotes. The reasons are not hard to identify: students of history acquire, by studying different phases of the past and different societies in the past, a broad perspective that gives them the range and flexibility required in many work situations. They develop research skills, the ability to find and evaluate sources of information, and the means to identify and evaluate diverse interpretations. Work in history also improves basic writing and speaking skills and is directly relevant to many of the analytical requirements in the public and private sectors, where the capacity to identify, assess, and explain trends is essential. Historical study is unquestionably an asset for a variety of work and professional situations, even though it does not, for most students, lead as directly to a particular job slot, as do some technical fields. But history particularly prepares students for the long haul in their careers, its qualities helping adaptation and advancement beyond entry-level employment. There is no denying that in our society many people who are drawn to historical study worry about relevance. In our changing economy, there is concern about job futures in most fields. Historical training is not, however, an indulgence; it applies directly to many careers and can clearly help us in our working lives.

Why study history? The answer is because we virtually must, to gain access to the laboratory of human experience. When we study it reasonably well, and so acquire some usable habits of mind, as well as some basic data about the forces that affect our own lives, we emerge with relevant skills and an enhanced capacity for informed citizenship, critical thinking, and simple awareness. The uses of history are varied. Studying history can help us develop some literally "salable" skills, but its study must not be pinned down to the narrowest utilitarianism. Some history—that confined to personal recollections about changes and continuities in the immediate environment—is essential to function beyond childhood. Some history depends on personal taste, where one finds beauty, the joy of discovery, or intellectual challenge. Between the inescapable minimum and the pleasure of deep commitment comes the history that, through cumulative skill in interpreting the unfolding human record, provides a real grasp of how the world works.

Reasons to Study History 

Source: http://www.thecompleteuniversityguide.co.uk/courses/history/7-reasons-to-study-history/

If you are hungry for finding out about the past, History may be the subject for you. If you still need some persuading, why not look at this list of reasons to study History:

1. Transferable skills

Studying History provides a student with skills which are not confined to the study of the past. Skills of analysis are invaluable in many jobs, and the ability to analyse and then prioritise information is vital to decision making. This not only provides a skills set for a student but it also keeps career options open. 

2. History is relevant

There is a stigma attached to History that it is based entirely in the distant past, but this does not account for the huge amount of modern history which is studied in such depth. In order to make sense of current affairs it is important to study the past, as everything which is happening around us has been influenced by, and is a direct result of, that which preceeded it. In this way, the study of History is explicitly relevant to us. 

3. A History degree is an investment in your future

If studied at an esteemed university, a degree in History can be an impressive and attractive feature on a CV. As seen on our Subject League Table for History 2016Graduate Prospects in the Top 10 UK universities for History are generally high. 

4. Combined Courses 

Like many degrees, History can be easily combined with a number of other subjects. From History & Mathematics, to History & Music and even History & Chinese, the range of joint honours available is seemingly endless. 

5. A degree in History encourages independence 

A degree in History endorses independence in young people. The typically few contact hours offered by a History degree enable students to lead their own inquiries into the past, while still offering the reassurance of a lecturer who can support and help develop potential theories or lines of thought. Knowledge is not just handed over at degree level; it requires hard work, and in a subject dominated by reading, students will develop self-sufficiency and become less dependent pupils. 

6. Studying History provides cultural awareness

By looking at the history of different cultures, a History student can build up a better understanding of why certain peoples act the way they do. Looking at the history of the USA we can see why race tensions continued on past the abolition of slavery and arguably remain today. In reading the history of India we can see why the Caste system still remains in the subcontinent. By studying at the various tributaries of humanity, a broad cultural awareness is yours for the taking.

7. A History degree allows us to learn from the past

If you are to look at human history there are particular patterns which tend to repeat themselves. Whether it is the role of charismatic dictators like Caesar through to Hitler, or the significance of Religion in human conflict, humans have an astounding habit of ignoring the obvious contributing factors which can lead to war and oppression. It is then the job of the Historian to identify where we have been going wrong, comment on it, and attempt to avoid it in the future. 

Programmes of Study
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NAMES AND OFFICE CONTACT DETAILS

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Emeritus Professor Tan Sri Dr.Khoo Kay Kim
Professor Emeritus

PhD University of Malaya (UM)
MA University of Malaya (UM)
BA (Hons) University of Malaya, Singapore

Tel: 03-79675507

  • History of Malaysia
  • History of Sports






Emeritus Professor Datuk WiraDr. Mohd Yusoff Hashim
Professor Emeritus

PhD University of Malaya (UM)
MA University of Malaya (UM)
BA(Hons)University of Malaya

Tel: 03-79675507

  • Malay Historiography
  • History of Malaysia

Emeritus Professor Datuk Dr. Abdullah Zakaria Bin Ghazali
Senior Research Fellow (Visiting)

PhD University of Malaya (UM)
MA University of Malaya (UM)
BA(Hons)University of Malaya(UM)

Tel: 0379675516

Email:azdha@um.edu.my

  • History of Malaysia
  • History of Malay State/ Sultanate

 



Professor Dr. Danny Wong Tze Ken
Professor

PhD University of Malaya (UM)
MA University of Malaya (UM)
BA(Hons)University of Malaya(UM)

Tel: 03-79675560 / 7049
Email:dannyw@um.edu.my

  • History of Vietnam
  • History of Southeast Asia
  • History of Sabah
Professor Dr.Shakila Parween Binti Yacob
Associate Professor

PhD University of Reading, United Kingdom
MA Western Michigan University, United States
BA(Hons) University of Malaya (UM)

Tel: 03-79675562
Email:shakila@um.edu.my 
  • History of America
  • Business History
  • Politics and Government
  • New Media in History



 Associate Prof. Dr. Sivachandralingam Sundara Raja
Associate Professor

PhD University of Malaya (UM)
MA University of Malaya (UM)
BA (Hons)University of Malaya (UM)

Tel: 03-79675552
Email: siva@um.edu.my
  • History of Malaysia
  • Malaysian Economic History
  • Imperial History
  • Contemporary Malaysian Indians

Associate Professor Dr.Shakila Parween Binti Yacob
Associate Professor

PhD University of Reading, United Kingdom
MA Western Michigan University, United States
BA(Hons) University of Malaya (UM)

Tel: 03-79675562
Email:shakila@um.edu.my 

  • History of America
  • Business History
  • Politics and Government
  • New Media in History

 

Associate Professor Dr.Hamidin Bin Abd Hamid
Associate Professor

PhD School of Oriental & African Studies (SOAS), London, United Kingdom
MA School of Oriental & African Studies (SOAS), London, United Kingdom
BA University of Malaya (UM)

Tel: 03-79675606
Email:hamidin@um.edu.my 

  • History of Africa
  • History of Politics
  • International Relations/Politics

 






Associate Professor Dr. Joseph Milton Fernando
Associate Professor

PhD Royal Holloway, University of London, United Kingdom
BA University of Hull, United Kingdom

Tel: 03-79675568
Email:jmfernando@um.edu.my

  • History of Malaysia (Politics and Constitution)
  • Modern History of Southeast Asia
  • History of Southeast Asia
  • Asean and Regional Security

Associate Professor Dr.Zulkanain Bin Abdul Rahman
Associate Professor

PhD University ofEast Anglia, United Kingdom MAUniversity of Leeds, United Kingdom
BAUniversity of Malaya (UM)

Tel: 03-79675401
Email:zulkana@um.edu.my 

  • History of Russia
  • History of Modern Europe
  • Democracy and Elections Studies (Democracy and Elections Studies)

 





Dr.Arba'iyahBintiMohd Noor
Senior Lecturer

PhD University of Malaya (UM)
MA University of Lancaster, United Kingdom
BA (Hons) International Islamic University (IIUM)

Tel: 03-79675567
Email:arbaiyah@um.edu.my

  • Theory and Methods of History
  • Historical Thought
  • Islamic Civilization/ Islamic Historiography
  • Women History of Malaysia

 

Dr. Ahmad Kamal Ariffin Bin MohdRus
Senior Lecturer

PhD  University of Malaya (UM)
MA  University of Malaya (UM)
BA(Hons)  University of Malaya (UM)

Tel: 03-79675581
Email:  akamal@um.edu.my

  • History of Malaysia
  • Administration History in Malaysia
  • Social History of Malaysia





Dr. Azharudin Bin Mohamed Dali
Senior Lecturer

PhD School of Oriental & African Studies (SOAS), London, United Kingdom
MA School of Oriental & African Studies (SOAS), London, United Kingdom 
BA(Hons) University of Malaya (UM)

Tel: 03-79675628
Email:azharud@um.edu.my

  • History of India
  • History of Southeast Asia
  • Nationalism in Southeast Asia and Malaysia

 

Dr. Mardiana Binti Nordin
Senior Lecturer

PhDUniversity of Malaya (UM)
MA University of Malaya (UM)
BA (Hons)University of Malaya (UM)

Tel: 03-79675557
Email:mardiana@um.edu.my

  • Malay Historiography
  • History of Malaysia
  • History of Malay States/ Sultanate

Dr. Abu Hanifah Bin Haris
Senior Lecturer

PhD University of Malaya (UM)
BA UniversitiPendidikan Sultan Idris, Perak (UPSI)

Tel: 03-79675573
Email:abuhanifah@um.edu.my

  • History and Politics of Middle East (Egypt)
  • Islam and Society in Malaysia
  • History and Politics in Kelantan





Dr. Noraini Binti Mohamed Hassan
Senior Lecturer (Contract)

PhD University of Malaya (UM)
MAUniversity of Malaya (UM)
BAUniversity of Malaya (UM)

Tel: 03-79675561
Email:ainnorima@um.edu.my

  • History of Malaysia
  • History of Health

Dr.Azhar Bin Mad Aros
Lecturer

PhD University Of Malaya (UM)
MA Nihon University, Japan
BA(Hons) University Of Malaya (UM)

Tel: 03-79675576
Email:azharma@um.edu.my

  • History of Japan
  • Japanese Occupation in Malaysia
  • Early History of Civilization

 

Dr. Akiko Sugiyama

B.A. (Keio), M.A. (Ohio), Ph.D. (Hawaii)

Tel: 03-79675577
Email: a_sugiyama@um.edu.my
  • Family History
  • History of Gender Roles
  • Maritime History
  • History of Maritime Transport
  • East-West Cultural Contacts and Exchanges
  • Cultures and Societies of European Empires in Maritime Asia
  • LateColonial and Imperial History of Southeast Asia (Java, Indonesia)

Madam Salina BintiZainol
Lecturer

MA University of Malaya (UM)
BA(Hons)University of Malaya (UM)

Tel:03 79675403
Email:lina@um.edu.my

  • History of Indonesia
  • Early History of Civilization
  • Women History of Malaysia

 


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Emeritus  Professor Tan Sri Dr.Khoo Kay Kim

Emeritus Professor Tan Sri Dr. Khoo Kay Kim was born on 28 March 1937 in Kampar Perak.  He received his Bachelor’s degree in History from the University of Malaya, Singapore in 1959.   There he served  as a teacher for about four years before returning to University of Malaya (Kuala Lumpur) as a Tutor in 1964.    He has the privilege to be trained under K.G. Tregonning who held the Raffles Chair of History in Singapore and then Prof. Wang Gungwu.

Tan Sri Khoo Kay Kim was appointed as a lecturer at the Department of History, University of Malaya after completing his masters in 1967.  He was the first to conduct  history lectures in the Malay language.  The History Department, then under Prof. Wang Gungwu, played a pioneering role in using the Malay language as a medium of instruction, even before the founding of Universiti Kebangsaan Malaysia in 1970. After obtaining his Doctoral Degree in 1974, he was  promoted to the post of Associate Professor and was offered the new Chair of Malaysian History from  1975 until 1992. 

Tan Sri Khoo Kay Kim is a prolific writer and has published extensively (books, book chapters and journal articles) and has presented papers at national and international levels. In terms of administration at the University of Malaya, he  served as the Head of the Department of History, University of Malaya  (1973-1974), (1982-1984) and as the Dean of the Faculty of Arts and Social Sciences from 1984 to 1986.  He was also the Director of the Sports Centre of the University of Malaya from 1994-1996.  Throughout his career, he has supervised numerous M.A and Ph.D theses and acted as external examiner as well as academic assessor to various local and foreign universities including Monash University, Adelaide University, National University of Singapore, University Sains Malaysia, University of Brunei etc.  

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Emeritus  Professor  Datuk Wira Dr. Mohd Yusoff bin Haji Hashim
 

Emeritus Professor Datuk Wira Dr. Mohd Yusoff bin Haji Hashim was born in Melaka on March 16, 1945. He has served as a teacher from 1966 until 1969. He then pursued his studies in history at the University of Malaya, Kuala Lumpur. After obtaining his Bachelor’s Degree in 1972, he served as a Tutor  in the Department of History from 1973 to 1974. Following that, he received his master’s degree  in 1975 and served as an academic staff in the department  from 1975 until 1982. His interest in the field of historiography led him to conduct further study at  the University of Leiden, Holland in 1980 and was awarded a fellowship in the same year.

After completing his PhD in 1984 in Malay Historiography at the University of Malaya, Datuk Wira Dr. Mohd Yusoff was appointed as an Associate Professor from 1983 to 1990 and Professor from 1990 until August 2000. After retiring, he served  as the Vice-Chancellor (or the Chief Executive) of Kolej Universiti Islam Melaka (KUIM). He was appointed to an Emeritus Professorship by the  University of Malaya in 2005.

Emeritus Professor Datuk Wira Dr. Mohd Yusoff bin Haji Hashim has produced many publications  in the form of books, book chapters and journal articles and has presented papers at national and international levels. He has supervised numerous M.A and Ph.D thesis and acted as external examiner as well as academic assessor to various institutions. In terms of administration at the University of Malaya, he served as the Head of the Department of History, University of Malaya from 1984 to 2000. His services and contributions are well recognized both nationally and internationally. 

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Emeritus Professor Datuk Dr. Abdullah Zakaria Ghazali
 

Emeritus Professor Datuk Dr. Abdullah Zakaria Ghazali was born on 13 November 1951 in Besut, Terengganu. In 1968, he completed his Form 6 education at the Kolej Islam Malaya. He then pursued his undergraduate studies in history at the University of Malaya and received his bachelor’s degree with distinction in 1973. Following that, Professor Datuk Dr. Abdullah Zakaria Ghazali went to pursue his master’s research in Malaysian history in 1974, specializing in the political history of Terengganu in the years 1921 to 1928.  He has the distinction of being one of the very candidates ever to be able to complete a master’s research within a minimum period of two years. His ardent interest in the history of Malay sultanates encouraged him to undertake a doctoral research on the political dispute between the families of the Sultan and the Temenggung in Johore from 1825 to 1885, which he completed in the midst of a busy career.

Professor Datuk Dr. Abdullah Zakaria Ghazali was appointed as a part-time tutor at the Department of History in 1973, followed by as a contract tutor from 1974 to 1976, and a full-time tutor from 1976 to 1977. His tenure as a lecturer began in 1977, and in 1985 was promoted to the position of associate professor. He served as a full professor from 1998 until his retirement in 2007. Although having retired, he continued to lend his academic service until 2010 as a contract professor and the first with a Special Grade B. He then served as a contract professor until 2014, and as a research fellow until 2016 when he is now honored with an emeritus professorship by the University of Malaya.

He has numerous publications to his credit, mainly in the form of books, book chapters and journal articles, and has also presented papers at both national and international levels. Till date, he has supervised 16 masters and 23 PhD theses. In recognition of his academic credibility, he has been invited to act as external thesis examiner by the Charles Darwin University (Australia), Universiti Kebangsaan Malaysia (UKM), Universiti Sains Malaysia (USM), Universiti Utara Malaysia (UUM) and Universiti Malaysia Sabah (UMS) – as well as external assessor by various local universities. Professor Datuk Dr. Abdullah Zakaria is undoubtedly one of the most prolific historians in Malaysia and perhaps the most important authority in his research field.

Industrial Training

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AEEA3190 INDUSTRIAL TRAINING / LATIHAN INDUSTRI

Introduction

In today’s world, merely having a degree is no guarantee of employment, nor is it a reliable indicator of the individual’s competence in a job. Rather, graduates must have current and relevant knowledge, practical experience, soft skills and a positive attitude to allow them to be competitive in the job market. They must possess the necessary knowledge and skills before they go out into the working world. In line with this, the Industrial Training component of the undergraduate program constitutes a vital component in the drive to strengthen the key competencies required to improve the graduates’ ability to work.

In conclusion every semester’s results of industrial training proved to be very positive  since most of the students gave positive feedback on their industrial training experience. Industrial training is an integral part of a student’s development..

Definition of Industrial Training

Industrial Training refers to a programme which aims to provide supervised practical training within a specified time frame. This training can be carried out either in government organizations or in the private sector, and includes on the job training, legal attachments, teaching practice, research-based training and clinicals.

Aims

The main aim of the Industrial Training programme is to produce graduates who are ready to face the world of work. The programme also aims to produce knowledgeable, skilled and experienced graduates who are able to apply knowledge acquired at university in a work environment. The Industrial Training programme provides opportunities for exposure to the working world, which will make graduates more aware of the expectations that industry has of them. Placing University of Malaya (UM) students in industry is also part of on-going effort to close the gap between academia and industry as feedback received from employers who are part of the programme is used to improve the existing curriculum in line with the needs of industry.

Objectives

The Industrial Training programme has the following objectives:

  • To give students the opportunity to apply the knowledge and skills they have acquired on campus in a real-life work situation.
  • To provide students with opportunities for practical, hands-on learning from practitioners in the students’ areas of specialization.
  • To expose students to a work environment, common practices, employment opportunities and work ethics in their relevant field.
  • To enhance the employability skills of the students.
  • To provide opportunities for students to be offered jobs in the organizations in which they undergo their Industrial Training.

Learning Outcomes

At the end of the course, students are expected to be able to:

  1. Improve their knowledge and skills relevant to their areas of specialization
  2. Relate the knowledge and skills acquired at the workplace to their studies
  3. Compete in the job market

Synopsis of Course Contents

The course intends to expose the students to the industry as means of preparing them for the working world. Students will receive practical experience from either the public or private sectors. The industrial experience is expected to motivate the students, give them opportunities to translate their theoretical knowledge into practice, and enhance their professionalism and employability potential. Continuous assessment will be given based on the students’ performance at their respective training location.

Scope of Industrial Training

Specific jobs and duties for trainees must be decided on by the CoR and the organization. It is expected that students will be given duties related to their fields of study, so as to ensure that they have the opportunity to use the knowledge and skills they have acquired in that field, and as to expose them to normal work practices in that field. Students must be supervised by the organization, to ensure that they receive relevant guidance, as well as constructive feedback about their progress during their period of Industrial Training.

Industrial Training can either be (a) a compulsory or (b) an optional component of the degree programme depending on the requirements of the CoR. If it is compulsory, students must complete the Industrial Training component in order to graduate. The number of credit hours assigned to Industrial Training also differs according to the CoR, varying from 2 to 12 credit hours. International students should check their department’s policies on carrying out their placements in their home countries.

LIST OF INDUSTRIAL TRAINING PLACEMENT (DEPARTMENT OF HISTORY)

Special Semester, 2014/2015 Session (4 July – 28 August 2015)

No.

Organisation

No. of Students

1

Arkib Negara Malaysia, Kuala Lumpur

7

2

Arkib Negara Malaysia, Cawangan Johor

2

3

Arkib Negara Malaysia, Cawangan Kedah/ Perlis

1

4

Arkib Negara Malaysia, Cawangan Kelantan

2

5

Arkib Negara Malaysia, Cawangan Terengganu

2

6

Arkib Negara Malaysia, Cawangan Pahang

2

7

Arkib Negara Malaysia, Cawangan Sarawak

1

8

Lembaga Muzium Negeri Terengganu

2

9

PerbadananAdatMelayu&WarisanNegeri Selangor (PADAT)

27

10

Perbadanan Kota Buku, Kuala Lumpur

2

11

Muzium Seni Asia, Universiti Malaya

5

12

Learning Port Sdn. Bhd., Kuala Lumpur

2

TOTAL

55


Special Semester, 2013/2014 Session (4 July – 28 August 2014)

No.

Organisation

No. of Students

1

Arkib Negara Malaysia, Cawangan Kedah/ Perlis

1

2

Arkib Negara Malaysia, CawanganPulau Pinang

2

3

Arkib Negara Malaysia, Cawangan Sabah

1

4

Lembaga Muzium Negeri Terengganu

2

5

Muzium Seni Asia, Universiti Malaya

2

6

Arkib Negara Malaysia, Cawangan Johor

2

7

Arkib Negara Malaysia, Kuala Lumpur

7

8

Perbadanan Adat Melayu & Warisan Negeri Selangor (PADAT)

34

TOTAL

51


LI


LI2


LI3

Community Engagements

Comunity
GXEX1417 / GIG1005 - COMMUNITY ENGAGEMENT /
JALINAN MASYARAKAT

Introduction

Although there are various definitions and interpretations of community engagement; at the University of Malaya, community engagement means “active and meaningful engagement within and outside the university across local, national and international levels with the aim of exchanging knowledge and enabling learning for the benefit of society”.

At the Faculty of Arts and Social Sciences, University of Malaya a  specific course with the code GXEX1417 Community Engagement / Jalinan Masyarakat  is  made a compulsory for all undergraduates.

Learning Outcomes

At the end of the course, students are expected to :

  1. Demonstrate the important of community engagement.
  2. Develop the ability to work in teams and with the community.
  3. Demonstrate good communication skills with the community. 

Synopsis of Course Contents 

This course intends to expose the students to the social services and the role of volunteers. Students also need to design a community service program and they will be placed in locations associated with the program. Students need to write and present reports based on experiences with local communities. 

Community Engagement Programme Organised by the students of History Department 

2014 / 2015 Session

Location: Felda Gunung Besout 1, Sungkai, Perak
Date: 7–11 August 2014 (5 days & 4 nights)
No. of Students: 40

20142015
20142015b

2015 / 2016 Session

Location: Kampung Orang Asli Ulu Batu, Batu Caves, Selangor
Date: 8–10 April 2016 (3 days & 2 nights)
No. of Students: 37

20152016a
20152016b

Research Project
research Project


RESEARCH PROJECTS

 Assoc. Prof. Dr. Sivachandralingam Sundara Raja

No.

Title of Research Project

1.

Economic Dimension - Strengthening Trade And Investment Cooperation,Co-Researcher,20/12/2013,Geran Penyelidikan Universiti Malaya (UMRG Programme) - SBS (Equitable Society),19/06/2016

2.

Dari Pekan Ke Perbandaran: Perkembangan Delta Sungai Sarwak Pada Abad Ke-19 Dan 20 (sejarah),Co-Researcher,07/05/2013, Geran Penyelidikan Universiti Malaya (UMRG Programme) - HNE (Humanities & Ethics), 06/11/2015

3.

Global Economic Interactions of China and India: Similar Routes or Diverging Paths?,Co-Researcher,27/11/2012,Geran Penyelidikan Universiti Malaya (UMRG) - SBS (Equitable Society),27/11/2013

4.

Global Interactions of China and India: Similar Routes or Diverging Paths?, Co-Investigator, 2012-2013, Geran Penyelidikan Universiti Malaya (UMRG),National

5.

Economic History of Indians in Malaya, 1800-1957,Principal Investigator(PI), 2010-2011,Short Term Research Fund (Vote F)(PJP),National

 
Prof. Dr. Danny Wong Tze Ken

No.

Title of Research Project

1.

The Chinese in Malaysia: Evolving Identity in a Globalizing Environment and in Nation Building,Principal Investigator(PI),2013-2015,High Impact Research (HIR)

2.

From Global Foreign Missionary Society to Localized Hakka Christian Churches, Communities and Cultures: A Comparative Studies of the Historical Development of the Basel Missionary Society-origin Hakka Churches and the Hakka Communities in China, Taiwan and Sabah, 1847 - 2001,Principal Investigator(PI),2012-2014,Chiang Ching-Kuo Foundation, Taiwan,International

3.

Sustaining oF Hakka Identity in,MaIaysia:Case Study of Four Hakka settlements, Principal Investigator(PI), 2012-2013, Geran Penyelidikan Universiti Malaya (UMRG), National

4.

Judicial Problems in South China Sea: a study of Overlapping Claims and Malaysia's Position, Principal Investigator(PI),2009-2010, Geran Penyelidikan Universiti Malaya (UMRG), National

5.

Hakka in Sabah: The Role of Basel Church in the Fostering of Hakka Identity, Principal Investigator(PI), 2008-2009, Center for Asia-Pacific Research, Academia Sinica, Taiwan,International


Assoc. Prof. Dr. Shakila Parween Binti Yacob

No.

Title of Research Project

1.

A forthcoming monograph project with Dr Nicholas J. White, Liverpool John Moores University - Becoming Malaysian: British Business and Malaysia s New Economic Policy during the 1970s and 1980s

2.

Histroy and the New Media: Building Digital Projects on Malaysian History, Principal Investigator(PI),2014-2015,Geran Penyelidikan Universiti Malaya (UMRG),National

3.

Usability Of Serious Games Application For History Education,Co-Researcher, 07/07/2014, Geran Penyelidikan Universiti Malaya (UMRG Programme) - HNE (Humanities & Ethics),07/01/2017

4.

History And The New Media : Building Digital Projects On Malaysian History,Principal Investigator(PI), 07/07/2014,Geran Penyelidikan Universiti Malaya (UMRG Programme) - HNE (Humanities & Ethics),06/07/2016

5.

Becoming Malaysian: British Business and Malaysia's New Economic Policy during the 1970s and 1980s, Principal Investigator(PI),2012-2013,Geran Penyelidikan Universiti Malaya (UMRG), National

 
Assoc. Prof. Dr. Dr. Hamidin Bin Abd Hamid

No.

Title of Research Project

1.

Japanese Activities in North Borneo,Principal Investigator(PI),2009-2010, Sumitomo Foundation,International

2.

Colonialism in Africa,Principal Investigator(PI),2008

3.

Islam and colonialism in Africa,Principal Investigator(PI),2008

4.

Ethnisiti dan Identiti dalam hubungan Malaysia-Afrika Selatan, 2004,Principal Investigator(PI),2008

5.

SINCERE: Supporting International Networking and Cooperation in Educational Research, 2007-2008, Regional Co-ordinator., Coordinator,2007-2008, International Funding,International

 
Assoc. Prof Dr. Dr. Joseph Milton Fernando 

No.

Title of Research Project

1.

Decolonisation and constitution-making in the Commonwealth, Principal Investigator(PI), 2015-2015, Geran Penyelidikan Universiti Malaya (UMRG), National

2.

The influence of the Commonwealth constitutions and precedents on the drafting of the Malayan federal constitution, 1956-1957, Principal Investigator(PI), 2012-2013, Geran Penyelidikan Universiti Malaya (UMRG),National

3.

Political Biography of Dato Sir E.E.C. Thuraisingham, Principal Investigator(PI), 2009-2012,Tabung Dermakekal Sri Lanka (Sri Lanka Permanent Trust Fund), National

4.

The Communities Liaison Committee and its Role in Enhancing Inter-communal Relations, 1949-1951,Principal Investigator(PI), 2009-2010, Geran Penyelidikan Universiti Malaya (UMRG), National

5.

The 2008 Malaysian General Election: A STudy of Voting Patterns, Trends, Issues and Campaign Methods,Principal Investigator(PI), 2008-2008, Short Term Research Fund (Vote F)(PJP), National

 
Assoc. Prof.  Dr. Dr. Zulkanain Bin Abdul Rahman

No.

Title of Research Project

1.

Cultural Atlas Of The Pre-independence Period Of The Malay Peninsula, Co-Researcher,07/07/2014, Geran Penyelidikan Universiti Malaya (UMRG Programme) - HNE (Humanities & Ethics),06/07/2016

2.

Peranan Dan Sumbangan Orang Melayu Dalam Penubuhan Universiti Malaya 1949-1959,Director,2014-2015,Pusat Kajian Kecemerlangan Melayu Universiti Malaya,National

3.

Pilihan Raya Umum ke-13, Co-Investigator, 2013-2013, Astrao Awani Network Sdn Bhd,National

4.

Model Perlakuan Pengundian Pilihan Raya Umum ke-13 dan Pilihan Raya di Malaysia, Co-Investigator, 2012-2014, Fundamental Research Grant Scheme (FRGS), National

5.

The History Of Islamic Finance in Malaysia, Co-Investigator,2012-2014, International Shariah Research Academy for Islamic Finance, National

Dr. Arba'iyah Binti Mohd Noor

No.

Title of Research Project

1.

Evolusi Perbandaran Di Malaysia 1900-1976:perbandingan Dalam Perubahan Sosial, pentadbiran & Kapimpinan, Co-Researcher, 11/06/2014, Geran Penyelidikan Universiti Malaya (UMRG) - HNE (Humanities & Ethics), 10/12/2015

2.

Projek penulisan Buku Masyarakat Melayu Menghadapi Cabaran dan Peralihan anjuran IKSEP, Principal Investigator(PI), 2014-2015,IKSEP Melaka, National

3.

Sains Sejarah Dan Budaya Melayu Dalam Manuskrip Dan Prassati Melayu Sebelum 1900, Co-Researcher,07/07/2014, Geran Penyelidikan Universiti Malaya (UMRG Programme) - HNE (Humanities & Ethics), 06/07/2016

4.

Perkembangan Perubatan Melayu Berdasarkan Manuskrip Melayu Terpilih, Principal Investigator(PI),04/03/2013, Geran Penyelidikan Universiti Malaya (UMRG) - HNE (Humanities & Ethics), 05/09/2014

5.

Delta Sungai Sarawak Menurut Pandangan Penduduk Sarawak,Principal Investigator(PI), 07/05/2013, Geran Penyelidikan Universiti Malaya (UMRG Programme) - HNE (Humanities & Ethics), 06/11/2015

  
Dr. Ho Hui Ling

No.

Title of Research Project

1.

Decolonisation And Constitution Making In The Commonwealth, Co-Researcher,07/07/2014, Geran Penyelidikan Universiti Malaya (UMRG Programme) - HNE (Humanities & Ethics), 06/07/2016

2.

The influence of the Commonwealth constitutions and precedents on the drafting of the Malayan Federal constitution, 1956-1957, Co-Investigator, 2012-2014, Geran Penyelidikan Universiti Malaya (UMRG),National

3.

Transformasi Politik Masyarakat Cina di Sarawak, 1841-1963,Principal Investigator(PI), 2011-2013, Geran Penyelidikan Universiti Malaya (UMRG), National

4.

The Communist Party of Malaya (CPM) Revolution in Malaysia, 1969-1989, Principal Investigator(PI), 2009-2011,Geran Penyelidikan Universiti Malaya (UMRG), National

5.

Racial Unity in Malaysia, 1946-1963: Issues and Solutions, Principal Investigator(PI), 2008-2009,Short Term Research Fund (Vote F)(PJP), National

 
Dr. Ahmad Kamal Ariffin Bin Mohd Rus

No.

Title of Research Project

1.

Masa Hadapan Demokrasi di Malaysia,Principal Investigator(PI), 2012-2012, Kerajaan Negeri Selangor,National

2.

Flagship Research Project: Introducing Digital Humanities in Malaysia: Digitalisation of the Form Five History Syllabus, Co-Investigator, 2012-2012, Geran Penyelidikan Universiti Malaya (UMRG), National

3.

Transformasi Sosial Dalam Masyarakat Melayu: Reaksi Terhadap Perkembangan Kemajuan Perubatan Moden, 1900-1941, Principal Investigator(PI), 2011-2012, Geran Penyelidikan Universiti Malaya (UMRG), National

4.

Civil Society and Healthcare Privatisation in Malaysia,Co-Investigator,2009-2010,Geran Penyelidikan Universiti Malaya (UMRG),National

5.

Socioeconomic Development of the Malay Women in Malaysia, 1920-2000., Co-Investigator, 2009-2010, Geran Penyelidikan Universiti Malaya (UMRG), National

 
Dr. Azharudin Bin Mohamed Dali

No.

Title of Research Project

1.

Kajian Mengenai Sejarah Perisikan di Tanah Melayu Dalam Tempoh Sebelum Perang Dunia Kedua hingga Darurat (1930 - 1960-an) ,Principal Investigator(PI), 2009-2010, Geran Penyelidikan Universiti Malaya (UMRG), National

2.

Writing on Indian and History Civilization,Principal Investigator(PI),2008,

3.

Sejarah Nasional, writer and co-investigators, 2010-2013, IKSEP, Kerajaan Negeri Melaka

Dr. Mohd Supian Bin Sabtu

No.

Title of Research Project

1.

Kajian Arkeologi Di Delta Sungai Sarawak, Principal Investigator(PI), 07/05/2013, Geran Penyelidikan Universiti Malaya (UMRG Programme) - HNE (Humanities & Ethics),06/11/2015

2.

Penulisan Buku Empayar Melaka,-,2008-2009, Kerajaan Negeri Melaka, National

3.

Adapting in Malaysian Language the Books Translated in Indonesian., translater,2008-2010, EFEO (Ecole Francaise dExtreme Orient), International

4.

Penulisan sejarah Wilayah Persekutuan Kuala Lumpur., Coordinator,2008-2009, Persatuan Sejarah Malaysia WP

5.

Penulisan masyarakat dan kelompok etnik di Malaysia,-, 2008-2009, UPSI

Dr. Mardiana Binti Nordin

No.

Title of Research Project

1.

Penulisan Buku Kerja MPU,Co-Investigator,2014-2015,Universiti Kebangsaan Malaysia, National

2.

Penyelidikan Tahap Pengetahuan, Kefahaman dan Penerimaan Rakyat Malaysia Terhadap Perlembagaan Malaysia (dan Etos Bangsa), Co-Investigator, 2014-2015, Universiti Kebangsaan Malaysia,National

3.

Projek Ensiklopedia Sejarah dan Kebudayaa Melayu Edisi Kedua, Co-Investigator, 2013-2014,

4.

Menjejaki, Memanfaat dan Menginterpretasi: Penilaian Berterusan Manuskrip-Manuskrip Historiografi Melayu,Principal Investigator(PI), 30/06/2012, Geran Penyelidikan Universiti Malaya (UMRG) - HNE (Humanities & Ethics), 24/10/2014

5.

Projek Penyelidikan dan Penulisan Sejarah Nasional Malaysia, Co-Investigator, 2008-2014, Kerajaan Negeri Melaka/Universiti Malaya, National

 
Dr. Abu Hanifah Bin Haris

No.

Title of Research Project

1.

Cultural Atlas Of The Pre-independence Period Of The Malay Peninsula,Co-Researcher, 07/07/2014, Geran Penyelidikan Universiti Malaya (UMRG Programme) - HNE (Humanities & Ethics), 06/07/2016

2.

Teori Feminisme dalam Manuskrip Melayu Berhubung Peranan dan Kedudukan Wanita dalam Politik Istana di Malaysia,Co-Investigator, 2014-2017, Fundamental Research Grant Scheme (FRGS), National

 
Dr. Noraini Binti Mohamed Hassan

No.

Title of Research Project

1.

Evolusi Perbandaran Di Malaysia 1900-1976:perbandingan Dalam Perubahan Sosial,pentadbiran & Kapimpinan, Co-Researcher, 11/06/2014, Geran Penyelidikan Universiti Malaya (UMRG) - HNE (Humanities & Ethics), 10/12/2015

2.

KESIHATAN DAN PERUBATAN DI NEGERI-NEGERI MELAYU BERSEKUTU, 1896 - 1941, Principal Investigator(PI), 18/08/2009, Geran Penyelidikan Universiti Malaya (UMRG) - HNE (Humanities & Ethics), 17/11/2010

3.

The Development of Health in Kuala Lumpur ; Past and Present - Federal Territory Branch of the Malaysian Historical Society,Principal Investigator(PI) , 2008,

4.

History of Malaysian Education, Principal Investigator(PI),2008,

5.

Organization of Youth in Malacca - Malaysian Institute of Historical and Patriotism Studies (IKSEP), Principal Investigator(PI), 2008.

 
Dr. Hasanudin Bin Daud

No.

Title of Research Project

1.

A District of Upper Perak And A New Model Of Colonial Legacy: A Socio-Economic And Historical Personalities Of Klian Intan And Rahman Hydraulic Tin Mining Concession,Co-Investigator, 2011-2013,Fundamental Research Grant Scheme (FRGS), National

2.

Kedudukan Parti-parti Politik Islam Dalam Arena Politik Indonesia,Principal Investigator(PI),2008-2009, Short Term Research Fund (Vote F)(PJP), National

3.

Keterlibatan Parti Politik Islam Dalam Proses Demokrasi : Kajian Perbandingan Antara Malaysia dan Indonesia,Principal Investigator(PI), 2009-2010, Geran Penyelidikan Universiti Malaya (UMRG), National

4.

Parti Keadilan Sejahtera (PKS) : Kedudukannya Dalam Arena Politik Indonesia,Principal Investigator(PI), 2007-2008, Short Term Research Fund (Vote F)(PJP), National

5.

Penerapan Nilai-nilai Islam dan Pendekatan Islam hadhari: Kesannya Ke Atas Masyarakat Melayu,1982-2008, Co-Investigator, 2007-2009, Science Fund,National

Salina Binti Zainol

No.

Title of Research Project

1.

Rumpunisme Dalam Sejarah Melayu,Co-Researcher,20/12/2013, Geran Penyelidikan Universiti Malaya (UMRG Programme) - SBS (Equitable Society), 19/06/2016

2.

Menjejaki, Memanfaat dan Menginterpretasi: Penilaian Berterusan Manuskrip-Manuskrip Historiografi Melayu,Co-Researcher, 30/06/2012, Geran Penyelidikan Universiti Malaya (UMRG) - HNE (Humanities & Ethics), 24/10/2014

3.

Penulisan Buku Melaka Seantero Dunia (Bab 3), researcher,2009-2010,Perbadanan Muzium Negeri Melaka, National

4.

Perkembangan Ekonomi dan Politik Sulawesi Selatan Pada Abad Ke-19,  Principal Investigator(PI), 10/12/2009, Perbadanan Muzium Negeri Melaka, 10/06/2011

5.

Perkembangan Politik Dan Perdagangan Riau 1728-1824, Short Term Research Grant, University of Malaya, Principal Investigator(PI), 2008,

 
Dr. Azhar Bin Mad Aros

No.

Title of Research Project

1.

Pendudukan Gunseikan di Tanah Melayu dan Sumatera 1941-1945: Implementasi Polisi dan Kesan,Principal Investigator(PI), 01/09/2010, 31/08/2011

2.

Pendudukan Jepun di Tanah Melayu 1941-1945: Tumpuan di Negeri Perlis, Principal Investigator(PI), 01/06/2007,31/05/2008

 
Datuk Dr. Abdullah Zakaria Bin Ghazali

No.

Title of Research Project

1.

Penulisan Buku Melaka Seantero Dunia (Bab 3),researcher,2009-2010, Perbadanan Muzium Negeri Melaka,National

2.

Adapting in Malaysian Language the Books Translated in Indonesian., Translater, 2008-2010,EFEO (Ecole Francaise dExtreme Orient), International

3.

Historical and Cultural Relations Between the Malay World and Indochina World, researcher, 2002-2004, EFEO (Ecole Francaise dExtreme Orient), International

 

Publication
publication


Assoc. Prof. Dr. Sivachandralingam Sundara Raja

No.

Title of Books and Articles

 1. Sivachandralingam Sundara Raja, Noraini Mohamed Hassan and Chong Wu Ling, Research Method and Writing, Kuala Lumpur, University of Malaya Press, 2016.
 2. Ummadevi Suppiah and Sivachandralingam Sundara Raja, The Chettiar Role in the Malaysia’s Economic History, Kuala Lumpur, University Malaya Press, 2016.

3.

Sivachandralingam Sundara Raja, "The Early British Administrators in the Malay States, 1874-1909", Sejarah, Bil. 23, No. 1, 2015, hlm. 32-41.

4.

Sivachandralingam Sundara Raja, "The London Dawn Raid: Liberated the Assets, Not the People, not the Schools", Tamil Education Journal of Tamil Foundation Malaysia, No. 1-3, 2015.

5.

Sivachandralingam Sundara Raja,Chong Wu Ling & Ahmad Kamal Ariffin, “The Old and New Malaya of Colonial Days and Its Continuity into Modern Day Malaysia”, Mediterranean Journal of Social Sciences, Vol. 6, No. 2, 2015, pp. 161-171.

6.

Sivachandralingam Sundara Raja& Ayadurai Letchumanan, Ace Ahead, Teks STPM: Sejarah Dunia (1500-1955), Edisi Kedua, Kuala Lumpur: Oxford Fajar Sdn.Bhd., 2015.

7.

Loganathan Veerasamay & Sivachandralingam Sundara Raja, “Integriti Dalam Perkhidmatan Awam Pada Era Tunku Abdul Rahman Putra Al-Haj, 1957-1970”, Sejarah, No. 23, Bil. 1, 2014, hlm.147-174.

8.

Mardiana Nordin, “Beberapa Objektif dalam Naskhah-Naskhah Pensejarahan Melayu Tradisional”, dalam Suffian Mansor, Sivachandralingam Sundara Raja, Arbai'yah Mohd Noor & Ahmad Kamal Ariffin Mohd Rus (ed.), Sejarah dan Kesarjanaan, Kuala Lumpur: Jabatan Sejarah, Universiti Malaya, 2014.

9.

Sivachandralingam Sundara Raja, "Laissez-Faire in the Malay Archipelago: A Western Concept?”,Jati, Vol. 19, No. 1, 2014, pp. 41-53.

10.

Sivachandralingam Sundara Raja, "Melahirkan Sebuah Tesis Yang Baik:Suatu Penilaian Kesarjanaan", dalam Suffian Mansor, Sivachandralingam Sundara Raja, Arbai'yah Mohd Noor & Ahmad Kamal Ariffin Mohd Rus (ed.), Sejarah dan Kesarjanaan, Kuala Lumpur: Jabatan Sejarah, Universiti Malaya, 2014.

11.

Suffian Mansor, Sivachandralingam Sundara Raja, Arbai'yah Mohd Noor & Ahmad Kamal Ariffin Mohd Rus (ed.), Sejarah dan Kesarjanaan, Kuala Lumpur: Jabatan Sejarah, Universiti Malaya, 2014.

12.

Sivachandralingam Sundara Raja,"Malaysian Indian Congress's (MIC) Economic Seminars and Its Relevance to the Problems of the Indian Community Today", Man in India, Vol. 93, No. 2-3, 2013, pp. 369-390.

13.

Pushpavalli A. Rengasamey & Sivachandralingam Sundara Raja, “Tabung Imigrasi India di Tanah Melayu pada Era Pasca Perang Dunia Kedua Sehingga Ambang Kemerdekaan”, MANU, Bil. 19, 2013, hlm.119-143.

14.

Sivachandralingam Sundara Raja & Ayadurai Letchumanan, Ace Ahead Teks STPM: Sejarah Dunia (1500- 1955), Edisi Kemas Kini, Shah Alam: Oxford Fajar, 2013.

15.

Sivachandralingam Sundara Raja & Pushpavali Rengasamy, "Buruh Indonesia Dalam Ekonomi Kolonial Malaya, 1874-1914", dalam Mohammad Redzuan Othman, Md Sidin Ahmad Ishak, Mardiana Nordin, Abu Hanifah Haris (ed.), Malaysia-Indonesia: Romantika Hubungan Bangsa Serumpun, Kuala Lumpur: Fakulti Sastera dan Sains Sosial, Universiti Malaya, 2013.

16.

Sivachandralingam Sundara Raja, Thanasakaran Rajasakran & Santhirdran Sinappan, “Malaysia's Hindu Rights Action Force (HINDRAF): A Perspective froma Malay Mainstream Daily”, International Journal of Academic Research, Vol. 1, No. 5, 2013, pp. 89-93.

17.

Thirunaukarasu Subramaniam, Evelyn S. Devadason & Sivachandralingam Sundara Raja, "Cross-Border Shopping: Examining Motivations from the Perspective of Bruneian Visitors in Limbang, Malaysia", Jurnal Ekonomi Malaysia, Jil. 47, No. 1, 2013, hlm.21-30.

18.

Ummadevi Suppiah & Sivachandralingam Sundara Raja, "Sejarah Asal-Usul dan Kegiatan Ekonomi Chettiar di Tanah Melayu", Jebat, Vol. 40, No. 1, 2013.

19.

Pushpavalli A.Rengasamey & Sivachandralingam Sundara Raja, "Peranan dan Perkembangan Tabung Imigrasi Tamil di Tanah Melayu, 1907-1938", Sarjana, Jil.27, Bil.2, 2012.

20.

Sivachandralingam Sundara Raja, "Exploring 19th Century American Trade and Missionary Activities in the Malay Archipelago",Bulletin, Southeast Asia Program, Cornell University, Fall 2012.

21.

Sivachandralingam Sundara Raja, "Konflik dan Kompromi antara Islam dan Kristian di Negeri-Negeri Selat dan Negeri-Negeri Melayu Pada Abad Ke-19", dalam Zulkanain Abdul Rahman, Arba'iyah Mohd Noor &Ahmad Kamal Ariffin Mohd Rus (ed.), Dastar Pendeta: Kumpulan Esei Sempena Persaraan Profesor Dr. Abdullah Zakaria Ghazali, Kuala Lumpur: Jabatan Sejarah, Universiti Malaya, 2012.

22.

Sivachandralingam Sundara Raja, “Relevansi Seminar Ekonomi Terawal MIC Terhadap Masalah Komuniti India di Malaysia”, dalam Arbai'yah Mohd Noor, Mohammad Redzuan Othman, Suffian Mansor & Salina Zainol (ed.), Persada Jauhari: Kumpulan Esei Sempena Persaraan Prof. Emeritus Datuk Wira Dr. Mohd Yusof B. Haji Hashim, Kuala Lumpur: Jabatan Sejarah, Universiti Malaya, 2012.

23.

Sivachandralingam Sundara Raja, "The London Dawn Raid and Its Effect on Malaysian Plantation Workers", Indonesia and the Malay World, Vol. 40, No. 116, 2012, pp. 74-93.

24.

Ummadevi Suppiah & Sivachandralingam Sundara Raja, "Kedudukan Ekonomi Chettiar di Tanah Melayu, 1945-1957", Sejarah, No. 20, 2012.

25.

Sivachandralingam Sundara Raja, “Review of Chris Rowley and Saaidah Abdul-Rahman, eds, The Changing Face of Management in South East Asia, Routledge, London 2008,”,South East Asia Research, Vol. 19, No. 3, 2011, pp. 654-659.

26.

Sivachandralingam Sundara Raja & Ayadurai Letchumanan, Ace Ahead Teks STPM: Sejarah Dunia (1500- 1955), Shah Alam: Oxford Fajar, 2011.

27.

Sivachandralingam Sundara Raja, "Accounts by Merchants, Travellers and Missionaries as Historical Sources for the Study of the Malay Archipelago in the Eighteenth and Nineteenth Century", MANU, Vol. 16, 2010, pp. 25- 31.

28.

Sivachandralingam Sundara Raja & Ayadurai Letchumanan, Ace Ahead Teks STPM: Sejarah Dunia (1500- 1955), Shah Alam: Oxford Fajar, 2010.


Emeritus Professor Datuk Dr. Abdullah Zakaria Bin Ghazali

No.

Title of Books and Articles

1.

Abdullah Zakaria Ghazali & Mohd Supian Sabtu (ed.),Bhakti Pendeta, Kuala Lumpur: Persatuan Muzium Malaysia, 2015.

2.

Abdullah Zakaria Ghazali & Ho Hui Ling (ed.),Warisan Kelantan XXX, Kota Bharu: Perbadanan Muzium Negeri Kelantan, 2012.

3.

Abdul Rahman Haji Ismail, Abdullah Zakaria Ghazali & Zulkanain Abdul Rahman, “A New Date on the Establishment of the Melaka Malay Sultanate Discovered”,Melaka Journal of Heritage, Vol. 1, 2012, hlm 1-30.

4.

Abdul Rahman Ismail, Abdullah Zakaria Ghazali & Zulkanain Abdul Rahman,Penemuan Tarikh Baru Pengasasan Empayar Kerajaan Melayu Melaka 1262, Melaka: Institut Kajian Sejarah dan Patriotisme Malaysia (IKSEP), 2012.

5.

Abdullah Zakaria Ghazali, “Perak, Selangor dan Johor: Politik, Perdagangan dan Diplomasi Negeri Melayu Dengan Belanda Pada Abad Ke-17 dan Ke-18”, dalam Arbai'yah Mohd Noor, Mohammad Redzuan Othman, Suffian Mansor & Salina Zainol (ed.),Persada Jauhari: Kumpulan Esei Sempena Persaraan Prof. Emeritus Datuk Wira Dr. Mohd Yusof B. Haji Hashim, Kuala Lumpur: Jabatan Sejarah, Universiti Malaya, 2012.

6.

Abdullah Zakaria Ghazali & Mardiana Nordin (ed.),Kedah: Warisan dan Sejarah. Bangi: Ikatan Ahli Arkeologi Malaysia, 2012.


Prof. Dr. Danny Wong Tze Ken

No.

Title of Books and Articles

1. Danny Wong Tze Ken & Stella Moo-Tan (eds), The Diaries of George C. Woolley, Volume 2: 1907-1913, Kota Kinabalu: Sabah State Museum, 2016, 480 pp.
2. Danny Wong Tze Ken & Stella Moo-Tan (eds.) The Diaries of G.C. Woolley, Volume One: 1901-1907, Kota Kinabalu: Sabah State Museum, 2015.  

3.

Chang Han Pi, Chang Wei An & Danny Wong Tze Ken, “The Basel Mission and the Development of Education Among the Hakka Girls”, in Chang Wi An (ed.), Hakka Culture, Identity and Religious Belief in Southeast Asia, Taiwan, Hong Kong and Macau, Taipei: National Central University Press & Yuan Liu Press, 2015, pp. 143-160.

4.

Danny Wong Tze Ken, “The Basel Church and 130 Years of the History of Sabah: A Survey”, in Zhang Delai (ed.), Sabah’s Hakka Story, Kota Kinabalu: Sabah Theological Seminary, 2015, pp. 77-98.

5.

Danny Wong Tze Ken, “The Name of Sabah and the Sustaining of a New Identity in a New Nation”, Archipel, No. 89, 2015, pp. 161-178.

6.

Danny Wong Tze Ken, “Positioning the Hakka Christians of Inanam-Menggatal-Telipok Area in the Context of 100 Years of History: Between Commons and Exceptions”, in Zhang Delai (ed.), Sabah’s Hakka Story, Kota Kinabalu: Sabah Theological Seminary, 2015, pp. 137-162.

7.

Danny Wong Tze Ken& Stella Moo-Tan (ed.),The Diaries of G.C. Woolley, Vol. 1: 1901-1907, Kota Kinabalu: Sabah State Museum, 2015.

8.

Lee Kam Hing, Danny Tze-ken Wong, Tak Ming Ho &Kwan Hoong Ng, “Dr Wu Lien-teh: Moderning Post-1911 China's Public Health Service”, Singapore Medical Journal, Vol. 55, No. 2, 2014, pp. 99-102.

9.

Danny Wong Tze Ken, “Qiaopi from Malaysia as Depository of Social History and Sources of Remittance to China”, in Ding Zhilong et al. (ed.),Chinese Qiaopi and Memory of the World, Xiamen: Fujian Province Archives & Lujiang Press, 2014, pp. 508-519.

10.

Danny Wong Tze Ken& Lee Kam Hing, “Multi Culturalism at the Fringe: Christianity and the Indigenous Communities in Malaysia”, Universitas: Monthly Review of Philosophy and Culture, Vol. 40, No. 2, 2014, pp. 83-109.

11.

Danny Wong Tze Ken, Fan Pik Wah & Chai Siaw Ling, “War and Love: Ye Chuanhua (Diep Truyen Hoa): A Vietnamese Chinese Educationist and His War Time Poems”, Foreign Literature Studies, Vol. 37, No. 6, 2014, pp. 55-62.

12.

Daniel Perret &Danny Wong Tze Ken, “Monde Insulindienet Peninsule Indochinoise: Un Panorama de Contacts Millenaires”, Archipel, Vol. 85, 2013, pp. 7-42.

13.

Danny Wong Tze Ken, “Towkays and Men of God: Hakka Leadership in North Borneo before 1963”, in Lim Khai- Tiong (ed.), Southeast Asian Hakkas: Community Life and Culture, Miao-li, Taiwan: Hakka Commission Center for Hakka Cultural Development & National Jinan University Center for Southeast Asian Studies, 2013, pp. 64-81.

14.

Danny Wong Tze Ken, “The Cham Arrivals in Malaysia: Distant Memories and Rekindled Links”, Archipel, Vol. 85, 2013, pp. 151-165.

15.

Danny Wong Tze Ken, “The Hakka in Sabah before World War Two: Their Adaptation to New Environment, Challenges and the Forging of New Identity”, in Chang Wei-an (ed.), The Hakka in Southeast Asia and Their Environment, Tao Yuan: National Central University Press and Taipei: Yuan Liu Publisher, 2013, pp. 235-260.

16.

Lee Kam-Hing, Danny Wong Tze-Ken&Ng Kwan-Hoong, “Dr. Sun Yat-Sen (1866-1925): Medical Doctor and China’s Founding President”, Singapore Medical Journal, Vol. 54, No. 6, 2013, pp. 356-358.

17.

Danny Wong Tze Ken, “A Hybrid Community in East Malaysia: The Sino-Kadazan of Sabah and their Search for an Identity”, Archipel, No. 84, 2012, pp. 107-127.

18.

Danny Wong Tze Ken, “Arkib Champa Panduranga dalam Bahasa Sino-Vietnamese”, dalam Zulkanain Abdul Rahman, Arba'iyah Mohd Noor &Ahmad Kamal Ariffin Mohd Rus (ed.), Dastar Pendeta: Kumpulan Esei Sempena Persaraan Profesor Dr. Abdullah Zakaria Ghazali, Kuala Lumpur: Jabatan Sejarah, Universiti Malaya, 2012, hlm. 167-174.

19.

Danny Wong Tze Ken, “Sha Ba Ke Jia Ren Yu Ying Wen Jiao Yu(Hakka in Sabah and English Education)”, in Huang Li- Sheng (ed.), Confucianism and Education in Southeast Asian Culture, Taiwan:National Taiwan University Press, 2012, pp.189- 207.

20.

Danny Wong Tze Ken, “The Destruction of the English Factory on Pulo Condore, 1702-1705”, Modern Asian Studies, Vol. 46, No. 5, 2012, pp. 1097-1115.

21.

Danny Wong Tze Ken, “The Papar Land Case, 1910-1911”, Journal of Southeast Asian Studies, Vol. 43, No. 3, 2012, pp. 422-440.

22.

Danny Wong Tze Ken, “Views from the Other Side: The Early Cold War in Malaysia from the Memoirs and Writings of Former MCP Members”, in Albert Lau (ed.), Southeast Asia and the Cold War, London: Routledge, 2012, pp. 85-101.

23.

Danny Wong Tze Ken, “The Basel Christian Church of Malaysia and the Hakka Identity in Sabah”, in Michael Hsiao Hsin-Huang (ed.), Changing Faces of Hakka in Southeast: Singapore and Malaysia, Taipei: Center for Asia-Pacific Area Studies, RCHSS &Academia Sinica, 2011, pp. 367-402.

24.

Danny Wong Tze-Ken, “The Chinese in Sabah: A Transforming Community”, dalam Malaysian Chinese: An Inclusive Society, Kuala Lumpur: Centre for Malaysian Chinese Studies, 2011, pp. 17-39.

25.

Danny Wong Tze Ken, “The Destruction of the English East India Company Factory on Condore Island, 1702- 1705”, Modern Asian Studies, Vol. 46, No. 5, 2011, pp. 1-19.

26.

Danny Wong Tze Ken, “The Sino-Kadazan Hybrid in Sabah: Research on Chineseness in an East Malaysian Hybrid Community”, in Wong Sin Kiong (ed.), Ethnicity, History and Culture: Trans-Regional and Cross-Disciplinary Studies on Southeast Asia and East Asia, Singapore: Department of Chinese Studies, National University of Singapore & Global Publishing Ltd., 2011, pp. 347- 362.

27.

Danny Wong Tze Ken, “Pilihan Raya Umum Ke-12 di Sabah: Beberapa Pemerhatian”, dalam Joseph M. Fernando, Zulkanain Abdul Rahman & Suffian Mansor (ed.), Pilihan Raya Umum Malaysia Ke-12: Isu dan Pola Pengundian, Kuala Lumpur: Penerbit Universiti Malaya, 2011, pp. 249-262.

28.

Danny Wong Tze Ken, “Vietnam-Champa Relations during 17th and 18th Centuries”, in Bruce Lockhard & Tran Ky Phuong (ed.), The Cham of Vietnam, Singapore: National University of Singapore Press, 2011, pp. 238- 262.

29.

Danny Wong Tze Ken, “Vietnamese Chinese and their Contributions to the Chinese Revolution (1900-1911)”, in Leo Suryadinata (ed.), Sun Yat Sen, Nanyang and the Xinhai Revolution: A Revisit, Singapore: Chinese Heritage Centre, Nanyang Techonological University & Institute of Southeast Asian Studies, 2011, pp. 33-52.

30.

Danny Wong Tze Ken, Historical Sabah: The War, Kota Kinabalu: Opus Publications, 2010.

31.

Danny Wong Tze Ken, “Review of Borneo Diaries, 1938-1942”, Journal of the Malaysian Branch of the Royal Asiatic Society, Vol. 83, Pt. 2, 2010, pp. 122-124.

32.

Danny Wong Tze Ken, “The Women of Sabah: An Overview”, in Neil Khor (ed.), Chinese Women: Their Malaysian Journey, Kuala Lumpur: Ministry of Tourism Malaysia, 2010, pp. 43- 45.

33.

Danny Wong Tze Ken & Ho Hui Ling, “Chinese Politics in Sabah and Sarawak: Ensuring a Role in Government”, in Voon Phin Keong (ed.), The Chinese in Malaysia and National Building, Vol. 2, Kuala Lumpur: Malaysian Centre for Chinese Studies, 2010, pp. 445-468 (In Chinese).

 
Assoc. Prof. Dr. Shakila Parween Binti Yacob

No.

Title of Books and Articles

1.

Shakila Yacob, “Review of A Matter of Risk: Insurance in Malaysia, 1826-1900 by Lee Kam Hing, Singapore: NUS Press, 2012, Pp. 647. Maps, Plates, Notes, Bibliography, Index”, Journal of Southeast Asian Studies, Vol. 46, No. 1, 2015, pp. 153-155.

2.

Shakila Yacob & Rosilawati Zainol, Sejarah dan Media Baharu, Kuala Lumpur: Dewan Bahasa dan Pustaka, 2015.

3.

Salwa Ahmed Qasem Dammag & Shakila Yacob, “Early American Exploits in the Red Sea Region, 1860-1945”, Sarjana, Vol. 28, No. 2, 2013, pp. 129-146.

4.

Shakila Yacob & Rosilawati Zainol, “Going Global: Branding Strategies in the Malaysian Beauty Industry”, Sarjana, Vol. 28, No. 2, 2013.

5.

Khadijah Md Khalid & Shakila Yacob, “Managing Malaysia Indonesia Relations in the Context of Democratization: The Emergence of Non-State Actors”, International Relations of the Asia Pacific, Vol. 13, No. 3, 2012, pp. 355-387.

6.

Hwok-Aun Lee, Edmund Terence Gomez & Shakila Yacob, “Ethnicity, Economy and Affirmative Action in Malaysia”, in Edmund Terence Gomez & Ralph Premdas (ed.), Affirmative Action, Ethnicity and Conflict, London: Routledge, 2012, pp. 67-94.

7.

Khadijah Md. Khalid, Fatimah Kari, Shakila Yacob, Sharifah Mariam Alhabshi, Roslinda Ithnin, Rohana Jani & Sumiani Yusoff, “Impak Perubahan Demografi Ke Atas Sosioekonomi Masyarakat Tempatan: Kajian Kes Pembangunan Modal Insan Iskandar Malaysia”, dalam Koo Yew Lie, Fazal Mohamed Mohamed Sultan & Kemboja Ismail (ed.), Memperkukuh Dasar Pengajian Tinggi Melalui Penyelidikan, Putrajaya: Kementerian Pengajian Tinggi, 2012.

8.

Shakila Yacob, “Dasar Ekonomi Baru dan Cabaran Perniagaan Asing di Malaysia, 1970-2000”, dalam Zulkanain Abdul Rahman, Arba'iyah Mohd Noor &Ahmad Kamal Ariffin Mohd Rus (ed.), Dastar Pendeta: Kumpulan Esei Sempena Persaraan Profesor Dr. Abdullah Zakaria Ghazali, Kuala Lumpur: Jabatan Sejarah, Universiti Malaya, 2012.

9.

Shakila Yacob, “Sejarah Perniagaan dan Keusahawanan: Halatuju dalam Historiografi Malaysia”, dalam Arbai'yah Mohd Noor, Mohammad Redzuan Othman, Suffian Mansor & Salina Zainol (ed.), Persada Jauhari: Kumpulan Esei Sempena Persaraan Prof. Emeritus Datuk Wira Dr. Mohd Yusof B. Haji Hashim, Kuala Lumpur: Jabatan Sejarah, Universiti Malaya, 2012.

10.

Shakila Yacob, “Trans-Generational Renewal as Managerial Succession: The Behn Meyer Story (1840- 2000)”, Business History, Vol. 54, No. 7, 2012, pp. 2-20.

11.

Shakila Yacob, “Anglo-American Cooperation in the Malayan Automobile Market before the Pacific War”, Jebat, Vol. 38, No. 2, 2011, pp. 61-82.

12.

Shakila Yacob, “Risiko Politik dan Perniagaan Jerman di Tanah Melayu: Kajian Kes Syarikat Behn, Meyer & Co, 1832-1941”, Sejarah, No. 19, 2011, hlm. 23-46.

13.

Shakila Yacob, “Review ofJ. Thomas Lindblad, Bridges to New Business: The Economic Decolonizationof Indonesia. Leiden: KITLV Press, 2008”,Bijdragen tot de Taal-, Land- en Volkenkunde, Vol. 166, No. 2/3, 2010, pp. 348-350.

14.

Shakila Yacob, “Review of Joe Jackson. The Thief at the End of the World: Rubber, Power, and the Seeds of Empire. New York: Penguin Books, 2008”, Enterprise and Society, Vol. 11, No. 2, 2010, pp. 409-411.

15.

Shakila Yacob & Nicholas J. White, “The ‘Unfinished Business’ of Malaysia's Decolonisation: The Origins of the Guthrie ‘Dawn Raid’”,Modern Asian Studies, Vol. 44, No. 5, 2010, pp. 919-960.

 

Assoc. Prof. Dr. Dr. Joseph Milton Fernando

No.

Title of Books and Articles

1. Joseph M. Fernando, Constitutionalism and the politics of constitution-making in Malaya, 1956-57, in H. Kumarasingham (ed), Constitution Making in Asia: Decolonisation and State-Building in the Aftermath of the British Empire, London: Routledge, 2016, pp. 137-153 (Scopus-cited). 

2.

Joseph M. Fernando, “Special Rights in the Malaysian Constitution and the Framers' Dilemma, 1956-57,”Journal of Imperial and Commonwealth History, Vol.43, No.3, 2015, pp.535-556.

3.

Joseph M. Fernando & Ho Hui Ling, “British and Commonwealth Legacies in the Framing of the Malayan Constitution, 1956-1957”, Britain and the World, Vol. 8, No.2, 2015, pp. 181-203.

4.

Joseph M. Fernando, “Defending the Monarchy: The Malay Rulers and the Making of the Malayan Constitution, 1956-1957”, Archipel, Vol. 88, 2014, pp.149-167.

5.

Joseph M. Fernando, Perlembagaan Persekutuan: Perbandingan Antara Malaysia Dengan Amerika Syarikat, Kuala Lumpur: Penerbit Universiti Malaya, 2014.

6.

Saimin Ginsari & Joseph M. Fernando, “Donald Stephens dan Peranannya dalam Pembentukan Malaysia”,Sejarah, Bil. 23, No. 1, 2014, hlm. 175-202.

7.

Joseph M. Fernando, “Agricultural and Rural Development in Malaysia and Kenya and the Politics of Policy”, in Bernard Berendsen, Ton Dietz, Henk Schulte Nordholt & Roel van der Veen (ed.), Asian Tigers, African Lions: Comparing the Development Performance of Southeast Asia and Africa, Leiden: Brill, 2013, pp. 229-255.

8.

Joseph M. Fernando, 'The Urban Drift in Kuala Lumpur in the 2008 General Election: A Return to the Old Ways?”,Malaysian Journal of Democracy and Election Studies, Vol. 1, No. 1, 2013, pp. 24-41.

9.

Joseph M. Fernando, Zulkanain Abdul Rahman & Abdullah Zakaria Ghazali, E.E.C. Thuraisingham: A Malaysian Patriot, Kuala Lumpur: University of Malaya Press, 2013.

10.

Joseph M. Fernando, “Dato Onn' dan Perlembagaan Persekutuan Tanah Melayu 1957”, dalam Arbai'yah Mohd Noor, Mohammad Redzuan Othman, Suffian Mansor & Salina Zainol (ed.), Persada Jauhari: Kumpulan Esei Sempena Persaraan Prof. Emeritus Datuk Wira Dr. Mohd Yusof B. Haji Hashim, Kuala Lumpur: Jabatan Sejarah, Universiti Malaya, 2012.

11.

Joseph M. Fernando, “Elite Intercommunal Bargaining and Conflict Resolution: The Role of the Communities Liaison Committee in Malaya, 1949-51”, Journal of Southeast Asian Studies, Vol. 43, No. 2, 2012, pp. 280-301.

12.

Joseph M. Fernando, “Parti Perikatan dan Peranannya Dalam Menuntut Kemerdekaan”, dalam Zulkanain Abdul Rahman, Arba'iyah Mohd Noor &Ahmad Kamal Ariffin Mohd Rus (ed.), Dastar Pendeta: Kumpulan Esei Sempena Persaraan Profesor Dr. Abdullah Zakaria Ghazali, Kuala Lumpur: Jabatan Sejarah, Universiti Malaya, 2012.

13.

Joseph M. Fernando, “The Cold War, Malayan Decolonization and the Making of the Federation of Malaysia”, in Albert Lau (ed.), Southeast Asia and the Cold War, London: Routledge, 2012, pp. 67-84.

14.

Joseph M. Fernando, “Tunku Abdul Rahman: Charisma and the Nationalist Movement in Malaya, 1952-1957”, Studies in Ethnicity and Nationalism, Vol. 10, No. 3, 2011, pp. 492- 508.

15.

Joseph M. Fernando, “Pola Pengundian dan Isu-Isu dalam Pilihan Raya Umum Malaysia Ke-12”, dalam Joseph M. Fernando, Zulkanain Abdul Rahman & Suffian Mansor (ed.), Pilihan Raya Umum Malaysia Ke-12: Isu dan Pola Pengundian, Kuala Lumpur: Penerbit Universiti Malaya, 2011.

16.

Joseph M. Fernando, “The Power and Influence of the High Commissioners in Colonial Policy-Making in Malaya, 1948-1957”, Sejarah, Vol. 19, 2011, pp. 177-196.

17..

Joseph M. Fernando, “Urban Swing Dalam Pilihan Raya Umum Ke-12”, dalam Joseph M. Fernando, Zulkanain Abdul Rahman & Suffian Mansor (ed.), Pilihan Raya Umum Malaysia Ke-12: Isu dan Pola Pengundian, Kuala Lumpur: Penerbit Universiti Malaya, 2011.

18.

Joseph M. Fernando, Zulkanain Abdul Rahman & Suffian Mansor (ed.), Pilihan Raya Umum Malaysia Ke-12: Isu dan Pola Pengundian, Kuala Lumpur: Penerbit Universiti Malaya, 2011.

19.

Joseph M. Fernando, “Forging the Malaysia Dream”, in King Ghaz: A Man of His Time, Kuala Lumpur: National Archives of Malaysia, 2010, pp. 179-187.


Assoc. Prof.  Dr. Dr. Zulkanain Bin Abdul Rahman

No.

Title of Books and Articles

1.

Khalid Zaman, Talat Islam, Zulkanain Abdul Rahman, Amer Saifude Ghazali, Saddam Hussein & Muhammad Imran Malik, “European Countries Trapped in Food Poverty and Inequality: Agricultural Sustainability is the Promising Solution”, Social Indicators Research, 2015, pp. 1-14.

2.

Amer Saifude Ghazali & Zulkanain Abdul Rahman, “Penggunaan Statistik Dalam Penulisan Sejarah”,dalam Suffian Mansor, Sivachandralingam Sundara Raja, Arbai'yah Mohd Noor & Ahmad Kamal Ariffin Mohd Rus (ed.), Sejarah dan Kesarjanaan, Kuala Lumpur: Jabatan Sejarah, Universiti Malaya, 2014.

3.

Dalibor Petkovic, Shahaboddin Shamshirband, Hadi Saboohi, Tan Fong Ang, Nor Badrul Anuar, Zulkanain Abdul Rahman & Nenad T. Pavlovic, “Evaluation of Modulation Transfer Function of Optical Lens System by Support Vector Regression Methodologies: A Comparative Study”, Infrared Physics & Technology, Vol. 65, 2014, pp. 94-102.

4.

Han Qi, Muhammad Shiraz, Jie-Yao Liu, Abdullah Ghani & Zulkanain Abdul Rahman, “Data Center Network Architecture in Cloud Computing: Review, Taxonomy, and Open Research Issues'', Journal of Zhejiang University-Science C, 2014, pp. 1-19.

5.

Mohamad Khairul Anuar Mohd Rosli & Zulkanain Abdul Rahman, “Keganasan Komunis di Selangor Pada Zaman Darurat, 1948-1960”, Perspektif, Jil.6, Bil.3, 2014, hlm.81-97.

6.

Mohammad Redzuan Othman, Zulkanain Abdul Rahman, Amer Saifude Ghazali & Rosmadi Fauzi, Pilihan Raya Kecil DUN Kajang 2014, Kuala Lumpur: Pusat Kajian Demokrasi dan Pilihan Raya, Universiti Malaya (UMCEDEL), 2014.

7.

Mohammad Redzuan Othman, Amer Saifude Ghazali, Rosmadi Fauzi & Zulkanain Abdul Rahman, Pilihan Raya Kecil Sungai Limau 2013,Kuala Lumpur: Pusat Kajian Demokrasi dan Pilihan Raya, Universiti Malaya (UMCEDEL), 2014.

8.

Muhammad Shiraz, Abdullah Gani, Raja Wasim Ahmad, Syed Adeel Ali Shah, Ahmad Karim & Zulkanain Abdul Rahman, “A Lightweight Distributed Framework for Computational Offloading in Mobile Cloud Computing”, PLOS ONE, Vol. 9, No. 8, 2014, pp. 1-10.

9.

Suleman Khan, Muhammad Shiraz, Ainuddin Wahid Abdul Wahab, Abdullah Gani, Qi Han & Zulkanain Abdul Rahman, “A Comprehensive Review on Adaptability of Network Forensics Frameworks For Mobile Cloud Computing”, The Scientific World Journal, Vol. 2014, 2014, pp. 1-26.

10.

Amran Zakir Saad & Zulkanain Abdul Rahman, “Propaganda Kesatuan Soviet di Asia Tenggara 1945-1951”dalam Abdullah Zakaria Ghazali & Zuliskandar Ramli (ed.), Panji Pendeta: Memperingati 50 Tahun Professor Emeritus Dato' Dr. Nik Hassan Shuhaimi Bin Nik Abdul Rahman Dalam Bidang Pendidikan, Bangi: Institut Alam dan Tamadun Melayu (ATMA) & Ikatan Ahli Arkeologi Malaysia, 2013, hlm.721-738.

11.

Suffian Mansor, Rosmadi Fauzi, Mohammad Redzuan Othman, Amer Saifude Ghazali& Zulkanain Abdul Rahman, Pilihan Raya Kecil Parlimen Sibu Sarawak 2010,Kuala Lumpur: Pusat Kajian Demokrasi dan Pilihan Raya, Universiti Malaya (UMCEDEL), 2013.

12.

Zulkanain Abdul Rahman (ed.), Hubungan Sejarah Melaka-Makassar, Melaka: Institut Kajian Sejarah dan Patriotisme Malaysia (IKSEP), 2013.

13.

Zulkanain Abdul Rahman & Rosmadi Fauzi, “Sosio-Politik dan Elemen Ruang”, dalam Mohammad Redzuan Othman & Amer Saifude Ghazali (ed.), Pilihan Raya Kecil Parlimen Bukit Gantang 2009, Kuala Lumpur: Pusat Kajian Demokrasi dan Pilihan Raya, Universiti Malaya (UMCEDEL), 2013.

14.

Abdul Rahman Haji Ismail, Abdullah Zakaria Ghazali & Zulkanain Abdul Rahman, “A New Date on the Establishment of the Melaka Malay Sultanate Discovered”,Melaka Journal of Heritage, Vol. 1, 2012, hlm 1-30.

15.

Abdul Rahman Ismail, Abdullah Zakaria Ghazali & Zulkanain Abdul Rahman, Penemuan Tarikh Baru Pengasasan Empayar Kerajaan Melayu Melaka 1262, Melaka: Institut Kajian Sejarah dan Patriotisme Malaysia (IKSEP), 2012.

16.

Ahmad Kamal Ariffin Mohd Rus & Zulkanain Abdul Rahman, “Pentas Sebuah Penguasaan: Analisis Terhadap Perkembangan Majlis Mesyuarat Negeri Selangor 1877- 1927”, dalam Zulkanain Abdul Rahman, Arba'iyah Mohd Noor &Ahmad Kamal Ariffin Mohd Rus (ed.), Dastar Pendeta: Kumpulan Esei Sempena Persaraan Profesor Dr. Abdullah Zakaria Ghazali, Kuala Lumpur: Jabatan Sejarah, Universiti Malaya, 2012,

17.

Amer Saifude Ghazali & Zulkanain Abdul Rahman, “Kadar Keluar Mengundi dan Kemarginalan Kawasan Pilihan Raya Parlimen di Malaysia 1959-2004”, dalam Arbai'yah Mohd Noor, Mohammad Redzuan Othman, Suffian Mansor & Salina Zainol (ed.), Persada Jauhari: Kumpulan Esei Sempena Persaraan Prof. Emeritus Datuk Wira Dr. Mohd Yusof B. Haji Hashim, Kuala Lumpur: Jabatan Sejarah, Universiti Malaya, 2012.

18.

Arba iyah Mohd Noor, "Dato Onn Jaafar: Pencetus dan Penggerak Kebangkitan Serta Kemajuan Masyarakat di Tanah Melayu", dalam Zulkanain Abdul Rahman, Arba'iyah Mohd Noor &Ahmad Kamal Ariffin Mohd Rus (ed.), Dastar Pendeta: Kumpulan Esei Sempena Persaraan Profesor Dr. Abdullah Zakaria Ghazali, Kuala Lumpur: Jabatan Sejarah, Universiti Malaya, 2012.

19.

Mazlan Ali, Zulkanain Abdul Rahman& Amer Saifude Ghazali, “Perkembangan Politik Kuala Lumpur, 1969-1999”, Demokrasi dan Pilihan Raya, Jil.1, Bil.1, 2012, hlm.27-42.

20.

Suffian Mansor & Zulkanain Abdul Rahman, “Prestasi Parti Yang Bertanding Dalam Pilihan Raya Negeri dan Parlimen di Sarawak 1963-1974”,Demokrasi dan Pilihan Raya, Jil. 1, Bil.1, 2012, hlm.15-26.

21.

Zulkanain Abdul Rahman & Ahmad Kamal Ariffin Mohd Rus, “Penanaman Kelapa di Perak dan Selangor, 1900-1940”,dalam Zulkanain Abdul Rahman, Arba'iyah Mohd Noor &Ahmad Kamal Ariffin Mohd Rus (ed.), Dastar Pendeta: Kumpulan Esei Sempena Persaraan Profesor Dr. Abdullah Zakaria Ghazali, Kuala Lumpur: Jabatan Sejarah, Universiti Malaya, 2012.

22.

Zulkanain Abdul Rahman, “Politik Antarabangsa: Hubungan Rusia-NATO, 2000-2008”, dalam Suffian Mansor, Azharudin Mohamed Dali & Mardiana Nordin (ed.), Tema Baru Penulisan Sejarah, Kuala Lumpur: Penerbit Universiti Malaya, 2012.

23.

Zulkanain Abdul Rahman, Arba'iyah Mohd Noor &Ahmad Kamal Ariffin Mohd Rus (ed.), Dastar Pendeta: Kumpulan Esei Sempena Persaraan Profesor Dr. Abdullah Zakaria Ghazali, Kuala Lumpur: Jabatan Sejarah, Universiti Malaya, 2012.

24.

Md Rozimi Mohd Nasir & Ahmad Kamal Ariffin Mohd Rus, “PAS di Kelantan Sehingga Pengisytiharaan Darurat 1977”, Demokrasi dan Pilihan Raya, Jil.1, Bil.1, 2012.

25.

Amer Saifude Ghazali, Mohammad Redzuan Othman, Zulkanain Abdul Rahman & Rosmadi Fauzi, “Politik Etnik Malaysia: Analisis Pasca Pilihan Raya Umum Ke-12 Mengenai Sokongan Bukan Melayu kepada UMNO dan PAS”,Geografia Online, Vol. 7, No. 2, 2011, hlm. 18-27.

26.

Amer Saifude Ghazali & Zulkanain Abdul Rahman, “Pilihan Raya Umum Ke-12: Tinjauan Mengenai Corak Pengundian”, dalam Joseph M. Fernando, Zulkanain Abdul Rahman & Suffian Mansor (ed.), Pilihan Raya Umum Malaysia Ke-12: Isu dan Pola Pengundian, Kuala Lumpur: Penerbit Universiti Malaya, 2011.

27.

Mohammad Redzuan Othman, Amer Saifude Ghazali & Zulkanain Abdul Rahman, Pilihan Raya Kecil Kuala Terengganu 2009, Kuala Lumpur: Penerbit Universiti Malaya, 2011.

28.

Zulkanain Abdul Rahman, “Ceramah dan Isu Pilihan Raya”, dalam Mohammad Redzuan Othman, Amer Saifude Ghazali &Zulkanain Abdul Rahman, Pilihan Raya Kecil Kuala Terengganu 2009, Kuala Lumpur: Penerbit Universiti Malaya, 2011.

29.

Zulkanain Abdul Rahman, “Isu NATO Dalam Konteks Hubungan Rusia-Amerika”, dalam Azlizan Mat Enh (ed.), Sejarah Diplomatik: Esei-Esei Penghargaan Kepada Prof. Dato’Dr. Nik Anuar Nik Mahmud,Kuala Lumpur: Dewan Bahasa dan Pustaka, 2011.

30.

Zulkanain Abdul Rahman, “Sejarah Malaysia dan Globalisasi: Satu Pandangan”, Jurnal IKSEP, Jil. 2, 2011.

31.

Zulkanain Abdul Rahman & Amer Saifude Ghazali, “Perak dan Pilihan Raya Umum Ke-12: Kesinambungan dan Perubahan”, dalam Joseph M. Fernando, Zulkanain Abdul Rahman &Suffian Mansor (ed.), Pilihan Raya Umum Malaysia Ke-12: Isu dan Pola Pengundian, Kuala Lumpur: Penerbit Universiti Malaya, 2011.

32.

Zulkanain Abdul Rahman, “Britain and the Formation of the North Atlantic Treaty Organisation (NATO), 1947- 1949”, Sarjana, Vol. 25, No. 1, 2010.


Dr. Arba'iyah Binti Mohd Noor

No.

Title of Books and Articles

1. Arba'iyah Mohd Noor dan Abu Hanifah Haris. (2016).Permata Budi: Karya Sumbangsih sempena Persaraan Prof. Datin Paduka Datuk Dr. Ramlah Adam. Kuala Lumpur: Penerbit Universiti Malaya. 
2. Sivachandralingam Sundara Raja, Arba'iyah Mohd Noor et.al.(2016), Prosiding Persidangan Sejarah Sosioekonomi Malaysia, (e-prosiding), Kuala Lumpur: Jabatan Sejarah
3. Arba'iyah Mohd Noor. (2016). Dato' Harun Idris: Tokoh Pembangunan Seimbang Negeri Selangor 1964-1976. dlm. Arba'iyah Mohd Noor & Abu Hanifah Haris. Permata Budi: Karya Sumbangsih sempena Persaraan Prof. Datin Paduka Datuk Dr. Ramlah Adam, Kuala Lumpur: Penerbit Universiti Malaya. 
4. Azian Tahir & Arba'iyah Mohd Noor, Rakaman Visual Kegiatan Ekonomi di Tanah Melayu ketika era pemerintahan British pada abad ke-19, dlm. Sivachandralingam Sundara Raja, Arba'iyah Mohd Noor et.al (2016), Prosiding Persidangan Sejarah Sosioekonomi Malaysia. Kuala Lumpur: Jabatan Sejarah UM (e-prosiding-hlm. 879-897) (ISBN978-967-0389-84-1). (Non-ISI/Non-SCOPUS).
5. Shapiza Sharif dan Arba'iyah Mohd Noor, Kegiatan Perniagaan Susu di Kuala Lumpur pada awal abad ke-20, dlm. Sivachandralingam Sundara Raja, et.al., Prosiding Persidangan Sejarah Sosioekonomi Malaysia, 23-24 November 2016 (e-prosiding -hlm. 690-705) (Non-ISI/Non-SCOPUS).
6. Zalikha Bahari dan Arba'iyah Mohd Noor, Industri Kelapa di Negeri-negeri Melayu Bersekutu (NNMB), 1902-1940 dlm.Sivachandralingam Sundara Raja, et.al., (2016), Prosiding Persidangan Sejarah Sosioekonomi Malaysia. Kuala Lumpur: Jabatan Sejarah UM (e-prosiding-hlm. 879-897) (ISBN978-967-0389-84-1). (Non-ISI/Non-SCOPUS).

7.

Azian Hj. Tahir, Arba’iyah Mohd Noor& Mohd Khairul Azhari Abdul Rani, “Visual Sejarah dalam Seni Cetak Bertemakan Negeri-Negeri Melayu, 1786-1890”, e-BANGI: Jurnal Sains Sosial dan Kemanusiaan, Bil. 10. No. 2, 2015, hlm.29-40.

8.

Muhammad Ridzuan Idris & Arba’iyah Mohd Noor, “Pentadbiran dan Pengurusan Pendidikan Perempuan Melayu di Negeri-negeri Melayu Bersekutu, 1896-1941”, Sejarah, Bil.23, No. 1, 2015, hlm.17-30.

9.

Arba’iyah Mohd Noor, “Pemikiran Sejarah Raja Ali Haji Menerusi Tuhfat al-Nafis: Karya Ulung Kesultanan Johor-Riau-Lingga”, dalamArba’iyah Mohd Noor & Mohd. Hanafi Ibrahim (ed.), Raja Ali Haji:Pemikir Ulung Alam Melayu Abad ke-19, Kuala Lumpur: Dewan Bahasa dan Pustaka, 2015.

10.

Arba’iyah Mohd Noor&Mohd Hanafi Ibrahim (ed.). Raja Ali Haji:Pemikir Ulung Alam Melayu Abad ke-19, Kuala Lumpur: Dewan Bahasa dan Pustaka, 2015.

11.

Arba'iyah Mohd Noor, “Kesedaran Sejarah Zaman Tradisional di Malaysia dan Indonesia”, dalam Md Sidin Ahmad Ishak & Jas Laile Suzana Jaafar (ed.), Malaysia-Indonesia: Serumpun Merentas Globalisasi, Kuala Lumpur: Fakulti Sastera dan Sains Sosial, Universiti Malaya, 2014.

12.

Suffian Mansor,Sivachandralingam Sundara Raja, Arbai'yah Mohd Noor&Ahmad Kamal Ariffin Mohd Rus (ed.), Sejarah dan Kesarjanaan, Kuala Lumpur: Jabatan Sejarah, Universiti Malaya, 2014.

13.

Norazilawati Ab Wahab &Arba'iyah Mohd Noor, “Perkembangan Kegiatan Perusahaan Tekstil dalam Kalangan Masyarakat Melayu di Terengganu, 1900-1941”, Sejarah, No. 21, 2013.

14.

Norazilawati Abd Wahab &Arba'iyah Mohd Noor, “Kegiatan Perusahaan dalam Kalangan Masyarakat Melayu di Terengganu, 1800-1941”, Sarjana, Vol. 28, No. 1, 2013, hlm. 137-162.

15.

Shahirah Mustaffa &Arbaiyah Mohd Noor, “Tun Dr. Ismail dalam Politik Awal Malaysia 1956-1973”, Sejarah, No. 21, 2013.

16.

Arba'iyah Mohd Noor& Shahirah Mustafa, “Pemikiran Tun Dr. Ismail Abdul Rahman Terhadap Isu Konfrontasi Malaysia-Indonesia (1963-1965)”, dalam Mohammad Redzuan Othman, Md Sidin Ahmad Ishak, Mardiana Nordin, Abu Hanifah Haris (ed.), Malaysia-Indonesia: Romantika Hubungan Bangsa Serumpun, Kuala Lumpur: Fakulti Sastera dan Sains Sosial, Universiti Malaya, 2013.

17.

Arba'iyah Mohd Noor, “Perubahan Peranan Wanita Melayu Awal Abad ke-20”, dalam Abdullah Zakaria Ghazali & Zuliskandar Ramli (ed.), Panji Pendeta: Memperingati 50 Tahun Professor Emeritus Dato' Dr. Nik Hassan Shuhaimi Bin Nik Abdul Rahman Dalam Bidang Pendidikan, Bangi: Institut Alam dan Tamadun Melayu (ATMA) & Ikatan Ahli Arkeologi Malaysia, 2013.

18.

Azian Hj. Tahir & Arba'iyah Mohd Noor, “Visual Operasi Menghapus Serangan Lanun di Nusantara dari Laporan The Illustrated London News, 1845-1872”, Sejarah, No. 22, Bil. 2, 2013.

19.

Arba’ iyah Mohd Noor, "Dato Onn Jaafar: Pencetus dan Penggerak Kebangkitan Serta Kemajuan Masyarakat di Tanah Melayu", dalam Zulkanain Abdul Rahman, Arba'iyah Mohd Noor &Ahmad Kamal Ariffin Mohd Rus (ed.), Dastar Pendeta: Kumpulan Esei Sempena Persaraan Profesor Dr. Abdullah Zakaria Ghazali, Kuala Lumpur: Jabatan Sejarah, Universiti Malaya, 2012.

20.

Arba’iyah Mohd Noor, "Kesedaran Pendidikan Wanita Melayu Awal Abad ke-20", dalam Azlizan Mat Enh & Rohani Abdul Ghani (ed.), Wanita dan Masyarakat, Batu Pahat: Penerbit UTHM, 2012.

21.

Arba’iyah Mohd Noor, “Peranan dan Sumbangan Tan Sri Dr. Hajjah Aishah Ghani Dalam Politik Malaysia”, Seri Alam, Bil. 9, 2012, hlm.55-80.

22.

Arba’iyah Mohd Noor, “Raja Khalid Hitam Sebagai Pengarang Bahawa Inilah Syair Perjalanan Sultan Lingga dan Yang Dipertuan Muda Riau ke Singapura (SPSL)”, dalam Arbai'yah Mohd Noor, Mohammad Redzuan Othman, Suffian Mansor & Salina Zainol (ed.), Persada Jauhari: Kumpulan Esei Sempena Persaraan Prof. Emeritus Datuk Wira Dr. Mohd Yusof B. Haji Hashim, Kuala Lumpur: Jabatan Sejarah, Universiti Malaya, 2012.

23.

Arbai'yah Mohd Noor, Mohammad Redzuan Othman, Suffian Mansor &Salina Zainol (ed.), Persada Jauhari: Kumpulan Esei Sempena Persaraan Prof. Emeritus Datuk Wira Dr. Mohd Yusof B. Haji Hashim, Kuala Lumpur: Jabatan Sejarah, Universiti Malaya, 2012.

24.

Hanizah Idris, Arba'iyah Mohd Noor, Siti Nor Awang, Mardiana Nordin & Intan Najwa, Masalah Sara Hidup dan Prestasi Pelajar Sarjana Muda Sastera dan Sains Sosial, Universiti Malaya, Universiti Kebangsaan Malaysia dan Universiti Utara Malaysia,Kuala Lumpur: Fakulti Sastera dan Sains Sosial, Universiti Malaya, 2012.

25.

Arba’iyah Mohd Noor, “Karya-Karya Pensejarahan Islam di Alam Melayu”, Jurnal IKSEP, Jil. 2, 2011.

26.

Arba’iyah Mohd Noor, “Menyorot Kepengarangan Misa Melayu”, dalam Abdullah Zakaria Ghazali & Mohd Radzi Hj. Ahmad (ed.), Perak: Warisan, Budaya dan Sejarah,Kuala Lumpur:Persatuan Muzium Malaysia, 2011.

27.

Arba'iyah Mohd Noor, Mohd Said Sulaiman: Cendekiawan Terbilang Johor, Johor Bahru: Yayasan Warisan Johor, 2011.

28.

Arba’iyah Mohd Noor, “Pengajian Sejarah Islam di Alam Melayu”, Purba, Bil. 30, 2011, hlm.93-112.

29.

Arba'iyah Mohd Noor, “Perkembangan Pensejarahan Islam di Alam Melayu”,Jurnal al-Tamaddun, Bil.6, No. 1, 2011, hlm.29-50.

30.

Arba’iyah Mohd Noor, “Manuskrip Melayu Mengenai Melaka”, dalam Mohd. Yusoff Haji Hashimet al. (ed.), Empayar Melaka: Tradisi Agung Melayu, Melaka: Perbadanan Muzium Negeri Melaka, 2010.

31.

Arba’iyah Mohd Noor, “Tan Sri Dr. Hajjah Aishah Ghani: Penggerak Kemajuan Wanita UMNO”, Sarjana, Vol.25, No. 3, 2010, hlm.125-141.


Dr. Ho Hui Ling

No.

Title of Books and Articles

1. Ho Hui Ling. (2016). Communities Liaison Committee: Ke Arah Menyelesaikan Isu-isu Perkauman di Tanah Melayu. In Azmi Arifin & Abdul Rahman Haji Ismail (Eds.), 'Di Sebalik Tabir' Sejarah Politik Malaysia 1945-1957 (pp. 202-223). Pulau Pinang, Penerbit Universiti Sains Malaysia. 
2. Sitti Asmah Ammituh & Ho Hui Ling. 2016. Perkembangan Perkhidmatan Keretapi di Sabah, 1881-1963: Satu Tinjauan. SEJARAH: Jurnal Sejarah Universiti Malaya 25(1): 47-64. (Non-ISI/Non-SCOPUS) 
3. Ho Hui Ling, 2016. Penglibatan Rakyat Dalam Membanteras Komunis, 1968-1989: Skim Rukun Tetangga dan Ikatan Relawan Rakyat Malaysia (RELA). Purba, Jurnal Persatuan Muzium Malaysia 35: 241-254. (Non-ISI/Non-SCOPUS) 
4. Ho Hui Ling.2015. Parti Komunis Malaya (PKM) dan Darurat. Prosiding Simposium Janji Sejarah Asas Berfikiran Aras Tinggi, hlm. 195-202.  

5.

Ho Hui Ling, “Gerakan Komunis dan PKM: Penelitian Terhadap Usaha Komunis Mempengaruhi Orang Melayu 1920-1989”, Melayu, Jil.8, No. 1, 2015, hlm.63-92.

6.

Ho Hui Ling, “Kebangkitan Parti Komunis Malaya (PKM), 1968-1989: Penelitian Terhadap Kegiatan Komunis di Semenanjung Malaysia”, Jebat, Vol. 42, No. 1, 2015, pp. 23-56.

7.

Ho Hui Ling, Pergerakan Bersenjata Parti Komunis Malaya 1968-1989: Kebangkitan Semula dan Penumpasannya, Kuala Lumpur: Penerbit Universiti Malaya, 2015.

8.

Ho Hui Ling, “Perkembangan Gerakan Komunis di Negeri Kedah, 1948-1989”, Purba, Bil.34, 2015, hlm.129-148.

9.

Ho Hui Ling, “Usaha Kerajaan Dalam Membanteras Gerakan Komunis di Negeri Sembilan, 1948-1960”, Malaysia Dari Segi Sejarah, Bil.43, 2015, hlm.128-146.

10.

Ho Hui Ling, “Collective Punishment: Langkah Kerajaan Membanteras Komunis di Selangor Pada Zaman Darurat, 1948-1960”, Seri Alam, Bil. 11, 2014, hlm.1-26.

11.

Ho Hui Ling, “Gerakan Komunis di Sarawak, 1924- 1974: Satu Penelitian Sejarah”, Purba, Bil. 33, 2014, hlm.183-198.

12.

Ho Hui Ling, “Hubungan Etnik di Malaysia Dari Perspektif Sejarah”, dalam Suffian Mansor, Sivachandralingam Sundara Raja, Arbai'yah Mohd Noor & Ahmad Kamal Ariffin Mohd Rus (ed.), Sejarah dan Kesarjanaan, Kuala Lumpur: Jabatan Sejarah, Universiti Malaya, 2014.

13.

Ho Hui Ling, “Penglibatan Orang Cina Dalam Gerakan Komunis di Sarawak, 1924-1974”, Sejarah, No. 23, Bil. 1., 2014, hlm. 73-98.

14.

Ho Hui Ling, “Perkembangan Pergerakan Komunis dan Parti Komunis Malaya (PKM) di Negeri Sembilan, 1920- 1960”, Malaysia Dari Segi Sejarah, Bil.42, 2014, hlm.99-113.

15.

Zaid Ahmad, Ruslan Zainuddin, Sarjit Singh Gill, Ahamd Tarmizi Talib, Ho Hui Ling, Lee Yok Fee, Najeemah Mohd Yusof & Nazri Muslim (ed.), Hubungan Etnik di Malaysia, Edisi Ketiga, Shah Alam: Oxford Fajar Sdn. Bhd., 2013.

16.

Mohamed Ali Haniffa, Mohammad Redzuan Othman & Ho Hui Ling, “Usaha-Usaha ke Arah Mewujudkan Keharmonian Kaum Berikutan Berlakunya Pergaduhan Melayu-Cina, 1945- 1955”, Sarjana, Vol. 28, No. 1, 2013, hlm. 103-135.

17.

Ho Hui Ling, “Dari Rejim Brooke Kepada Pentadbiran British, 1841-1963: Kajian Mengenai Pembangunan Kemudahan Kesihatan di Sarawak”, Malaysia Dari Segi Sejarah, Bil. 41, 2013, hlm.291-305.

18.

Ho Hui Ling, “Gerakan Parti Komunis Malaya (PKM) Yang Tidak Sehaluan Dengan Gerakan Kebangsaan”, dalam Abdul Latiff Abu Bakar (ed.),Gerakan Patriotisme dan Kebangsaan Dalam Peradaban Malaysia, Tanjong Malim, Perak: Universiti Pendidikan Sultan Idris, 2013.

19.

Ho Hui Ling, “Kesedaran Politik di Sarawak, 1930-1963”, Jurnal Borneo-Kalimantan, Jil.1, Bil.1, 2013, hlm.65-84.

20.

Ho Hui Ling, “Perintah Berkurung: Langkah Kerajaan Membanteras Komunis di Tanah Melayu Pada Zaman Darurat, 1948-1960”, dalam Abdullah Zakaria Ghazali & Zuliskandar Ramli (ed.), Panji Pendeta: Memperingati 50 Tahun Professor Emeritus Dato' Dr. Nik Hassan Shuhaimi Bin Nik Abdul Rahman Dalam Bidang Pendidikan, Bangi: Institut Alam dan Tamadun Melayu (ATMA) & Ikatan Ahli Arkeologi Malaysia, 2013.

21.

Ho Hui Ling, “Politik dan Hubungan Etnik: Ke Arah Pembentukan Satu Malaysia”, dalam Zaid Ahmad, Ruslan Zainuddin, Sarjit Singh Gill, Ahamd Tarmizi Talib, Ho Hui Ling, Lee Yok Fee, Najeemah Mohd Yusof & Nazri Muslim (ed.), Hubungan Etnik di Malaysia, Edisi Ketiga, Shah Alam: Oxford Fajar Sdn. Bhd., 2013.

22.

Ho Hui Ling, “Sir Harold Briggs dan Langkah-Langkah Membanteras Gerakan Komunis di Tanah Melayu, 1950-1951”,Purba, Bil.32, 2013, hlm.170-189.

23.

Ho Hui Ling, “Gerakan Komunis di Gua Musang, Kelantan Pada Zaman Darurat, 1948-1960”, dalam Abdullah Zakaria Ghazali &Ho Hui Ling (ed.), Warisan Kelantan XXX, Kota Bharu: Perbadanan Muzium Negeri Kelantan, 2012.

24.

Ho Hui Ling, “Orang Cina dan Penglibatan dalam Politik di Negeri Sarawak, 1841-1963”, Sejarah, No. 20, 2012, hlm.1-26.

25.

Ho Hui Ling, “Pembanterasan Komunis Pada Zaman Darurat, 1948-1960”, dalam Abdullah Zakaria Ghazali & Mardiana Nordin (ed.), Kedah: Warisan dan Sejarah, Bangi: Ikatan Ahli Arkeologi Malaysia, 2012.

26.

Ho Hui Ling, “Pergerakan Komunis dan Kesannya Terhadap Ekonomi di Tanah Melayu, 1948-1960: Tumpuan Kepada Sektor Getah dan Bijih Timah”, dalam Arbai'yah Mohd Noor, Mohammad Redzuan Othman, Suffian Mansor & Salina Zainol (ed.), Persada Jauhari: Kumpulan Esei Sempena Persaraan Prof. Emeritus Datuk Wira Dr. Mohd Yusof B. Haji Hashim, Kuala Lumpur: Jabatan Sejarah, Universiti Malaya, 2012.

27.

Ho Hui Ling, “Pergerakan Komunis di Negeri Perak, 1920-an Hingga 1960”, Malaysia Dari Segi Sejarah, Bil. 40, 2012, hlm.97-118.

28.

Ho Hui Ling, “Pertentangan Komunis dengan Kerajaan di Negeri Kedah, 1968-1989”, Purba, Bil.31, 2012, hlm.117-138.

29.

Ho Hui Ling, “Risalah Kerajaan: Penyebaran Maklumat Pada Zaman Darurat, 1948-1960”, dalam Suffian Mansor, Azharudin Mohamed Dali & Mardiana Nordin (ed.), Tema Baru Penulisan Sejarah, Kuala Lumpur: Penerbit Universiti Malaya, 2012.

30.

Ho Hui Ling, “Sejarah Pergerakan Parti Komunis Malaya (PKM) di Malaysia, 1930-1989”, dalam Zulkanain Abdul Rahman, Arba'iyah Mohd Noor &Ahmad Kamal Ariffin Mohd Rus (ed.), Dastar Pendeta: Kumpulan Esei Sempena Persaraan Profesor Dr. Abdullah Zakaria Ghazali, Kuala Lumpur: Jabatan Sejarah, Universiti Malaya, 2012.

31.

Ho Hui Ling, “Strategi Pergerakan Komunis dan Parti Komunis Malaya (PKM), 1920-1989”, Sarjana, Vol. 27, No. 2, 2012, hlm. 80-104.

32.

Ho Hui Ling, Darurat 1948-1960: Keadaan Sosial di Tanah Melayu, Cetakan Kedua, Kuala Lumpur: Penerbit Universiti Malaya, 2011.

33.

Ho Hui Ling, “Pengaruh Komunis Indonesia Dalam Pergerakan Awal Komunis di Tanah Melayu, 1920-1930”, Purba, Bil.30, 2011, hlm.159-178.

34.

Ho Hui Ling, “Sir Henry Gurney dan Langkah- langkah Pembanterasan Komunis di Tanah Melayu, 1948- 1951”, Malaysia Dari Segi Sejarah, Bil. 39, 2011, hlm.134-157.

35.

Ho Hui Ling, “Kegagalan Gerakan Bersenjata Parti Komunis Malaya (PKM), 1948-1960: Satu Analisis”,Malaysia Dari Segi Sejarah, Bil. 38, 2010, hlm.79-96.

36.

Ho Hui Ling, “Kebangkitan Parti Komunis Malaya (PKM) di Malaysia, 1968”,Purba, Bil. 29, 2010, hlm.162-182.

 
Dr. Ahmad Kamal Ariffin Bin Mohd Rus

No.

Title of Books and Articles

1. Prosiding Persidangan Sejarah Sosioekonomi Malaysia, Jabatan Sejarah, Universiti Malaya, 23-24 November 2016. 
2. Shakila Yaacob, Ahmad Kamal Ariffin Mohd Rus & Noraini Mohamed Hassan,(Editor), Prosiding Simposium Janji Sejarah Asas Berfikiran Aras Tinggi, 22-23 januari 2015, The Royale Chulan Damansara, anjuran Jabatan Sejarah Universiti Malaya, 2015. 

3.

 

Ahmad Kamal Ariffin Mohd Rus & Jamilah Mohamad, "Early Socio-Economic Development in the Sungai Selangor Watershed", dalam Jamilah Mohamad & Goh Hong Ching (ed.), Land Use Dynamics and Governance in the Sungai Selangor Watershed, Kuala Lumpur: Penerbit Universiti Malaya, 2015.

4.

Ahmad Kamal Ariffin Mohd Rus& Nur Hannah Ahmad Zainy, “Status Negeri-Negeri Melayu Pada Era Pentadbiran British”, dalam Ahmad Kamal Ariffin Mohd Rus & Noor Ain Mat Noor (ed.), Dasar dan Tadbir Dalam Sejarah, Kuala Lumpur: Penerbit Universiti Malaya, 2015.

5.

Mohamad Khairul Anuar Mohd Rosli & Ahmad Kamal Ariffin Mohd. Rus, "Manifestasi Suatu Tenaga Baru: Peranan Kerajaan Dalam Membangunkan Kemudahan Bekalan Elektrik", Sejarah, Bil. 23, No. 1, 2015, hlm. 1-16.

6.

Suffian Mansor,Sivachandralingam Sundara Raja, Arbai'yah Mohd Noor&Ahmad Kamal Ariffin Mohd Rus (ed.), Sejarah dan Kesarjanaan, Kuala Lumpur: Jabatan Sejarah, Universiti Malaya, 2014.

7.

Suffian Mansor &Ahmad Kamal Arffin Mohd Rus, “Penilaian Semula Sejarah Sarawak: Tafsiran dan Penulisan”, dalam Suffian Mansor, Sivachandralingam Sundara Raja, Arbai'yah Mohd Noor & Ahmad Kamal Ariffin Mohd Rus (ed.), Sejarah dan Kesarjanaan, Kuala Lumpur: Jabatan Sejarah, Universiti Malaya, 2014.

8.

Noor Ain Mat Noor & Ahmad Kamal Ariffin Mohd Rus, “Identiti Kemelayuan Dalam Pentadbiran Kedah, 1923-1941”, Jebat, Vol. 41, No. 1, 2014, hlm. 1-26.

9.

Ahmad Kamal Arffin Mohd Rus & Suffian Mansor,“Pengukuhan Penguasaan British diNegeri-negeri Melayu Bersekutu: Analisis Dua Perjanjian Majlis Mesyuarat Persekutuan”, dalam Suffian Mansor, Sivachandralingam Sundara Raja, Arbai'yah Mohd Noor & Ahmad Kamal Ariffin Mohd Rus (ed.), Sejarah dan Kesarjanaan, Kuala Lumpur: Jabatan Sejarah, Universiti Malaya, 2014.

10.

Ahmad Kamal Ariffin Mohd Rus, Nurizwanfaizi Nordin & Nur Hannah Ahmad Zainy, Raja Berperlembagaan di Selangor, 1957-2007, Selangor: Persatuan Sejarah Malaysia Cawangan Selangor, 2014.

11.

Zarina Begam Abdul Kadir & Ahmad Kamal Ariffin Mohd Rus, “Peranan Majlis Amanah Rakyat Dalam Penubuhan dan Perkembangan Institut Teknologi Mara, 1966-1976”, Sejarah, No. 21, 2013, hlm. 169-193.

12.

Ahmad Kamal Ariffin Mohd Rus, “Dewan Negeri-Merdeka Hingga 1969”, dalam Saari Sungib (ed.), 50 Tahun Potret Demokrasi Selangor, Shah Alam: Communication Corporation Sdn. Bhd., 2013, hlm. 103-139.

13.

Abdul Halim Ramli, Mohammad Redzuan Othman &Ahmad Kamal Ariffin Mohd Rus, "Reaksi PAS Terhadap Laporan Suruhanjaya Reid dan Islam Sebagai Agama Persekutuan Dalam Pembentukan Perlembagaan Merdeka", Sejarah, No.20, 2012, hlm. 167-194.

14.

Suffian Mansor & Ahmad Kamal Ariffin Mohd Rus, “Penubuhan dan Cabaran Parti Pesaka Bumiputera Bersatu (PBB) dalam Tahun-Tahun 1970-an dan 1980-an”, dalam Arbai'yah Mohd Noor, Mohammad Redzuan Othman, Suffian Mansor & Salina Zainol (ed.), Persada Jauhari: Kumpulan Esei Sempena Persaraan Prof. Emeritus Datuk Wira Dr. Mohd Yusof B. Haji Hashim, Kuala Lumpur: Jabatan Sejarah, Universiti Malaya, 2012.

15.

Ahmad Kamal Ariffin bin Mohd. Rus, "Jawi Peranakan di Kedah: Menelusuri Keluarga Keturunan Dato' Seri Khana Khan, Pembesar Istana Kedah Pada Abad Ke-18",dalam Abdullah Zakaria Ghazali & Mardiana Nordin (ed.), Kedah: Warisan dan Sejarah, Bangi: Ikatan Ahli Arkeologi Malaysia, 2012.

16.

Ahmad Kamal Ariffin Mohd Rus & Suffian Mansor, “Proses Transisi Masyarakat Melayu di Tanah Melayu, 1880-1941: Reaksi Terhadap Perkembangan Kemajuan Infrastruktur dan Sistem Kesihatan Awam”, dalam Arbai'yah Mohd Noor, Mohammad Redzuan Othman, Suffian Mansor & Salina Zainol (ed.), Persada Jauhari: Kumpulan Esei Sempena Persaraan Prof. Emeritus Datuk Wira Dr. Mohd Yusof B. Haji Hashim, Kuala Lumpur: Jabatan Sejarah, Universiti Malaya, 2012.

17.

Ahmad Kamal Ariffin Mohd Rus & Zulkanain Abdul Rahman, “Pentas Sebuah Penguasaan: Analisis Terhadap Perkembangan Majlis Mesyuarat Negeri Selangor 1877- 1927”, dalam Zulkanain Abdul Rahman, Arba'iyah Mohd Noor &Ahmad Kamal Ariffin Mohd Rus (ed.), Dastar Pendeta: Kumpulan Esei Sempena Persaraan Profesor Dr. Abdullah Zakaria Ghazali, Kuala Lumpur: Jabatan Sejarah, Universiti Malaya, 2012,

18.

Zulkanain Abdul Rahman & Ahmad Kamal Ariffin Mohd Rus, “Penanaman Kelapa di Perak dan Selangor, 1900-1940”,dalam Zulkanain Abdul Rahman, Arba'iyah Mohd Noor &Ahmad Kamal Ariffin Mohd Rus (ed.), Dastar Pendeta: Kumpulan Esei Sempena Persaraan Profesor Dr. Abdullah Zakaria Ghazali, Kuala Lumpur: Jabatan Sejarah, Universiti Malaya, 2012.

19.

Ahmad Kamal Ariffin Mohd Rus, “Perkembangan Pentadbiran Negeri-Negeri Melayu Bersekutu 1896-1909: Penguasaan British dan Kepentingannya Dalam Sejarah Malaysia”,Jurnal IKSEP, Jil.2, 2011.

20.

Noor Ain bt Mat Noor & Ahmad Kamal Ariffin bin Mohd Rus, "Kedah Pasca Perjanjian 1923: Kedudukan Orang Melayu Dalam Pentadbiran Kerajaan", Sejarah, No.19,2011, hlm. 153-176.

21.

Ahmad Kamal Ariffin Mohd Rus, "Hubungan Etnik di Kuala Lumpur", Purba, Bil. 29, 2010, hlm. 98-109.

22.

Ahmad Kamal Ariffin bin Mohd Rus, "Tan Sri Datin Seri Cempaka Hajjah Kontik Kamariah: Satu Anugerah Dalam Sejarah", Sarjana, Vol. 25, Bil.3, 2010.

23.

Amer Saifude Ghazali, Mohammad Redzuan Othman & Zulkanain Abdul Rahman, “Pengundi Muda dan Pilihan Raya Kecil Parlimen: Tumpuan Kepada Pilihan Raya Kecil Parlimen Permatang Pauh, Kuala Terengganu dan Bukit Gantang”, Sarjana, Vol. 25, Bil. 1, 2010.


Dr. Azharudin Bin Mohamed Dali

No.

Title of Books and Articles

1.

Noor Syamimi Ishak, Hamiah Hassim & Azharudin Mohamed Dali, "Banjir di Kelantan: Penelitian Terhadap Kesan Banjir dalam Kehidupan Masyarakat, 1920-an hingga 1980-an", dalam Abdullah Zakaria Ghazali (ed.), Warisan Kelantan XXXIV, Kota Bharu: Perbadanan Muzium Negeri Kelantan, 2015.

2.

Noor Syazwani Ishak, Azharudin Mohamed Dali & Mohamad Rodzi Abd Razak, “Peranan Polis Dalam Menangani Jenayah Samsu Haram di Malaysia: Satu Penelitian Sejarah”, Jurnal Integriti, No. 1, 2015, hlm. 37-48.

3.

Wan Hazwani Wan Hamedi & Azharudin Mohamed Dali, "Hubungan Malaysia-China: Satu Penelitian Dasar Tunku Abdul Rahman Terhadap China, 1957-1970", Purba, Bil. 34, 2015, hlm.149-159.

4.

Azharudin Mohamed Dali, "Buaya Dalam Sejarah dan Budaya Masyarakat Melayu", dalam Abdullah Zakaria Ghazali & Mohd Supian Sabtu (ed.), Bhakti Pendeta, Kuala Lumpur: Persatuan Muzium Malaysia, 2015.

5.

Noor Syamimi Ishak, Azharudin Mohamed Dali & Mohammad Rodzi Abdul Razak, "Sejarah Banjir Besar di Semenanjung Malaysia, 1926-1971",Perspektif, Jil.6, Bil 3, 2014, hlm.54-67.

6.

Azharudin Mohamed Dali, "Kuda Dalam Masyarakat di Tanah Melayu Pada Era Sebelum Merdeka", Melayu, Jil. 7, Bil.2, 2014.

7.

Azharudin Mohamed Dali, Sejarah Islam di India: Abad Ke-8 Hingga Abad Ke-20, Kuala Lumpur: Dewan Bahasa dan Pustaka, 2014.

8.

Azaharudin Mohamed Dali, Sejarah Perisikan di Malaysia, Kuala Lumpur: Dewan Bahasa dan Pustaka, 2014.

9.

Azharudin Mohamed Dali, “’Subaltern' Dalam Sejarah Malaysia: Satu Penelitian Terhadap Golongan Buruh India Pra-Kemerdekaan”, dalam Suffian Mansor, Sivachandralingam Sundara Raja, Arbai'yah Mohd Noor & Ahmad Kamal Ariffin Mohd Rus (ed.), Sejarah dan Kesarjanaan, Kuala Lumpur: Jabatan Sejarah, Universiti Malaya, 2014.

10.

Azharudin Mohamed Dali & Siti Norsaudah Rosli, "Sejarah jenayah di Kelantan: Satu Penelitian Awal", dalam Abdullah Zakaria Ghazali (ed.), Warisan Kelantan XXXIII, Kota Bharu: Perbadanan Muzium Negeri Kelantan, 2014.

11.

Mohamad Rodzi Abd Razak, Abbul Ghapa Harun, Zubaidah Hamzah & Azharudin Mohamed Dali, "Rekonsiliasi Hubungan Malaysia-Indonesia Dalam Konteks Regionalisme Asia Tenggara", Jebat, Vol. 40, N0. 1, 2013, hlm.177-197.

12.

Azharudin Mohamed Dali, "Aktiviti Penyuluhan dan Sabotaj Indonesia Terhadap Malaysia Ketika Era Konfrantasi, 1962-1966",dalam Mohammad Redzuan Othman, Md Sidin Ahmad Ishak, Mardiana Nordin, Abu Hanifah Haris (ed.), Malaysia-Indonesia: Romantika Hubungan Bangsa Serumpun, Kuala Lumpur: Fakulti Sastera dan Sains Sosial, Universiti Malaya, 2013.

13.

Azharudin Mohamed Dali, "Gajah Dalam Sejarah Sosio-Ekonomi Tanah Melayu Sebelum Merdeka", dalam Abdullah Zakaria Ghazali & Zuliskandar Ramli (ed.), Panji Pendeta: Memperingati 50 Tahun Professor Emeritus Dato' Dr. Nik Hassan Shuhaimi Bin Nik Abdul Rahman Dalam Bidang Pendidikan, Bangi: Institut Alam dan Tamadun Melayu (ATMA) & Ikatan Ahli Arkeologi Malaysia, 2013.

14.

Azharudin Mohamed Dali, "Pengaruh India Dalam Gerakan Kebangsaan", dalamdalam Abdul Latiff Abu Bakar (ed.), Gerakan Patriotisme dan Kebangsaan Dalam Peradaban Malaysia, Tanjong Malim, Perak: Universiti Pendidikan Sultan Idris, 2013.

15.

Azharudin Mohamed Dali, "Prejudis Keagamaan: Kesengsaraan Masyarakat Rohingya di Myanmar", Sejarah, No. 22, Bil 2, 2013, hlm. 165-200.

16.

Azharudin Mohamed Dali, "Sistem Perhubungan dan Komunikasi" dalamAzharudin Mohamed Dali, Khazin Mohd Tamrin & Faisal Dato’ Haji Surani (ed.), Sejarah dan Warisan Klang Bandar Diraja, Klang: Majlis Perbandaran Klang, 2013.

17.

Azharudin Mohamed Dali, Khazin Mohd Tamrin & FaisalDato’ Haji Surani (ed.), Sejarah dan Warisan Klang Bandar Diraja, Klang: Majlis Perbandaran Klang, 2013.

18.

Suffian Mansor, Azharudin Mohamed Dali & Mardiana Nordin (ed.), Tema Baru Penulisan Sejarah, Kuala Lumpur: Penerbit Universiti Malaya, 2012.

19.

Azharudin Mohamed Dali, "Kajian Perisikan di Malaysia: Penelitian Historiografi",dalam Suffian Mansor, Azharudin Mohamed Dali & Mardiana Nordin (ed.), Tema Baru Penulisan Sejarah, Kuala Lumpur: Penerbit Universiti Malaya, 2012.

20.

Azharudin Mohamed Dali, “Kedah Dalam Kancah Aktiviti Perisikan Jepun Sebelum dan Ketika Perang Dunia Kedua”, dalam Abdullah Zakaria Ghazali & Mardiana Nordin (ed.), Kedah: Warisan dan Sejarah, Bangi: Ikatan Ahli Arkeologi Malaysia, 2012.

21.

Azharudin Mohamed Dali, “Memali Dalam Sejarah Tragedi’ di Malaysia”, dalam Arbai'yah Mohd Noor, Mohammad Redzuan Othman, Suffian Mansor & Salina Zainol (ed.), Persada Jauhari: Kumpulan Esei Sempena Persaraan Prof. Emeritus Datuk Wira Dr. Mohd Yusof B. Haji Hashim, Kuala Lumpur: Jabatan Sejarah, Universiti Malaya, 2012.

22.

Azharudin Mohamed Dali, “Orang India Dalam Parti Komunis Malaya (PKM)”, dalam Zulkanain Abdul Rahman, Arba'iyah Mohd Noor &Ahmad Kamal Ariffin Mohd Rus (ed.), Dastar Pendeta: Kumpulan Esei Sempena Persaraan Profesor Dr. Abdullah Zakaria Ghazali, Kuala Lumpur: Jabatan Sejarah, Universiti Malaya, 2012.

23.

Azharudin Mohamed Dali, Sejarah Masyarakat India di Malaysia, Kuala Lumpur: Penerbit Universiti Malaya, 2012.

24.

Azharudin Mohamed Dali & Azlinariah Abdullah, Air Mata Kesengsaraan Rohingya: Identiti, Penindasan dan Pelarian, Kuala Lumpur: Inteam Publishing, 2012.

25.

Azharudin Mohamed Dali, "Pilihanraya Umum Ke-12 di Pulau Pinang: Ke Arah Politik Baru?", dalam Joseph M. Fernando, Zulkanain Abdul Rahman & Suffian Mansor (ed.), Pilihan Raya Umum Malaysia Ke-12: Isu dan Pola Pengundian, Kuala Lumpur: Penerbit Universiti Malaya, 2011.

26.

Azharudin Mohamed Dali, "Gerakan Ahmadiah (Qadiani) di Malaysia: Satu Sorotan Sejarah", Jurnal al-Tamaddun, Bil.5, 2010.


Dr. Mardiana Binti Nordin

No.

Title of Books and Articles

1. Mardiana Nordin. 2015. Kesultanan Melayu Melaka. Prosiding Simposium Janji Sejarah: Asas Berfikiran Aras Tinggi, hlm. 165-174. (Non-ISI/Non-SCOPUS)
2. Mardiana Nordin. 2015. Politik dan Pentadbiran Era Kesultanan Johor Sehingga Abad ke-18. Prosiding Persidangan Tamadun Melayu Johor: Johor Menuju Ke Arah Pusat Tamadun Melayu Serantau, hlm. 97-113 (Non-ISI/Non-SCOPUS)

3.

Mardiana Nordin, “Raja Mahadi bin Raja Sulaiman: Putera Diraja Selangor Yang Tersisih”, Purba, Bil. 34, 2015, hlm. 1-19.

4.

Mardiana Nordin, “Beberapa Objektif dalam Naskhah-Naskhah Pensejarahan Melayu Tradisional”, dalam Suffian Mansor, Sivachandralingam Sundara Raja, Arbai'yah Mohd Noor & Ahmad Kamal Ariffin Mohd Rus (ed.), Sejarah dan Kesarjanaan, Kuala Lumpur: Jabatan Sejarah, Universiti Malaya, 2014.

5.

Mardiana Nordin & Hasnah Hussiin, Malaysian Studies, Second Edition, Shah Alam: Oxford Fajar Sdn. Bhd., 2014.

6.

Mardiana Nordin & Hasnah Hussiin, Pengajian Malaysia, Edisi Kelima, Shah Alam: Oxford Fajar Sdn. Bhd., 2014.

7.

Mardiana Nordin, “Klang dari Sumber Manuskrip Melayu”, dalamAzharudin Mohamed Dali, Khazin Mohd Tamrin & Faisal Dato’ Haji Surani (ed.), Sejarah dan Warisan Klang Bandar Diraja, Klang: Majlis Perbandaran Klang, 2013.

8.

Mardiana Nordin, "Naskhah Melayu Sebagai Pembuktian Ikatan Kekeluargaan Merentas Lautan",dalam Mohammad Redzuan Othman, Md Sidin Ahmad Ishak, Mardiana Nordin, Abu Hanifah Haris (ed.), Malaysia-Indonesia: Romantika Hubungan Bangsa Serumpun, Kuala Lumpur: Fakulti Sastera dan Sains Sosial, Universiti Malaya, 2013.

9.

Mardiana Nordin, "Proses dan Kesan Kemasukan British ke Singapura 1819: Catatan Abdullah Abdul Kadir Munshi dalam Hikayat Abdullah", Sejarah, No. 22, Bil. 2, 2013.

10.

Mohammad Redzuan Othman, Md Sidin Ahmad Ishak, Mardiana Nordin & Abu Hanifah Haris (ed.), Malaysia-Indonesia: Romantika Hubungan Bangsa Serumpun, Kuala Lumpur: Fakulti Sastera dan Sains Sosial, Universiti Malaya, 2013.

11.

Abdullah Zakaria Ghazali & Mardiana Nordin (ed.), Kedah: Warisan dan Sejarah. Bangi: Ikatan Ahli Arkeologi Malaysia, 2012.

12.

Hanizah Idris, Arba'iyah Mohd Noor, Siti Nor Awang, Mardiana Nordin& Intan Najwa, Masalah Sara Hidup dan Prestasi Pelajar Sarjana Muda Sastera dan Sains Sosial, Universiti Malaya, Universiti Kebangsaan Malaysia dan Universiti Utara Malaysia,Kuala Lumpur: Fakulti Sastera dan Sains Sosial, Universiti Malaya, 2012.

13.

Mardiana Nordin, “Penglibatan Keluarga Bugis di Kalimantan Barat Pada Abad Ke-18 Berdasarkan Tuhfat al-Nafis”, dalam Arbai'yah Mohd Noor, Mohammad Redzuan Othman, Suffian Mansor & Salina Zainol (ed.), Persada Jauhari: Kumpulan Esei Sempena Persaraan Prof. Emeritus Datuk Wira Dr. Mohd Yusof B. Haji Hashim, Kuala Lumpur: Jabatan Sejarah, Universiti Malaya, 2012.

14.

Mardiana Nordin, “Persaingan Kuasa di Pahang Pada Abad Ke-19”, dalam Zulkanain Abdul Rahman, Arba'iyah Mohd Noor &Ahmad Kamal Ariffin Mohd Rus (ed.), Dastar Pendeta: Kumpulan Esei Sempena Persaraan Profesor Dr. Abdullah Zakaria Ghazali, Kuala Lumpur: Jabatan Sejarah, Universiti Malaya, 2012.

15.

Mardiana Nordin, “Salasilah Atau Tarikh Kerajaan Kedah: Sebuah Naskhah Pensejarahan Ekonomi dan Pentadbiran Negeri Kedah Abad ke-19 dan Awal Abad Ke- 20”, dalam Abdullah Zakaria Ghazali & Mardiana Nordin (ed.), Kedah: Warisan dan Sejarah, Bangi: Ikatan Ahli Arkeologi Malaysia, 2012.

16.

Mardiana Nordin, “Sejarah dan Sumber: Episod Perang Melayu”, dalam Suffian Mansor, Azharudin Mohamed Dali & Mardiana Nordin (ed.), Tema Baru Penulisan Sejarah, Kuala Lumpur: Penerbit Universiti Malaya, 2012.

17.

Suffian Mansor, Azharudin Mohamed Dali & Mardiana Nordin (ed.), Tema Baru Penulisan Sejarah, Kuala Lumpur: Penerbit Universiti Malaya, 2012.

18.

Mardiana Nordin, "British Ruler of Melaka", in The Encyclopedia of Malaysia: The Rulers of Malaysia, Kuala Lumpur: Editions Didier Millet (EDM), 2011, pp.126-127.

19.

Mardiana Nordin, “Perang Saudara Siak Pada Abad Ke-18 (Raja Alam Lawan Tengku Mahmud): Penelitian Terhadap Naskhah Tuhfat al-Nafis dan Hikayat Siak”, Purba, Bil. 30, 2011, hlm.80-92.

20.

Mardiana Nordin, “Syair Sultan Iskandar Bermain-main Ke Laut di dalam Misa Melayu: Warisan Seni Ungkapan Sejarah Pujangga Melayu”, dalam Abdullah Zakaria Ghazali & Mohd Radzi Hj. Ahmad (ed.), Perak: Warisan, Budaya dan Sejarah,Kuala Lumpur:Persatuan Muzium Malaysia, 2011.

21.

Mardiana Nordin, "The Dutch in Melaka", in The Encyclopedia of Malaysia: The Rulers of Malaysia, Kuala Lumpur: Editions Didier Millet (EDM), 2011, pp. 124-125.

22.

Mardiana Nordin & State Protocol Office, "Head of State of Melaka since Independence", in The Encyclopedia of Malaysia: The Rulers of Malaysia, Kuala Lumpur: Editions Didier Millet (EDM), 2011, pp. 128-129.

23.

Mardiana Nordin & Hasnah Hussiin, Malaysian Studies, Shah Alam: Oxford Fajar Sdn. Bhd., 2011.

24.

Mardiana Nordin & Hasnah Hussiin, Pengajian Malaysia, Edisi Keempat, Shah Alam: Oxford Fajar Sdn. Bhd., 2011.

25.

Mardiana Nordin, “Perubahan Politik Kerajaan Johor Abad Ke-16 Hingga Ke-19: Satu Sudut Pandangan Geografi”, Purba, Bil. 29, 2010, hlm.51-69.

26.

Mardiana Nordin, “Politik dan Pentadbiran”, dalam Mohd. Yusoff Haji Hashimet al. (ed.), Empayar Melaka: Tradisi Agung Melayu, Melaka: Perbadanan Muzium Negeri Melaka, 2010.


Dr. Abu Hanifah Bin Haris

No.

Title of Books and Articles

1. Muhammad Hafiz Samsudin & Abu Hanifah Haris, "Penubuhan dan Perkembangan Persekutuan Melayu Mesir (PMM), 1956-1964", Sejarah, No. 24, Bil. 2, 2015, hlm. 51-73. (Non-ISI/Non-SCOPUS) 
2. Abu Hanifah Haris, "Reaksi British Terhadap Kegiatan Majlis Agama Tertinggi (MATA) dan Hizbul Muslimin di Tanah Melayu, 1948-1949", Malaysia Dari Segi Sejarah, Bil. 42, 2014, hlm. 38-56. (Non-ISI/Non-SCOPUS) 
3. Abu Hanifah Haris, "Daripada Mufti Johor Ke Pengetua Kolej Islam Malaya - Sumbangan Abdul Jalil Hassan Dalam Mengukuhkan Kedudukan Islam dan Umat Islam Sehingga Tahun 1970", Malaysia Dari Segi Sejarah, Bil. 43, 2015, hlm. 147-161. (Non-ISI/Non-SCOPUS) 
4. Muhammad Hafiz Samsudin & Abu Hanifah Haris, "Persekutuan Melayu Mesir (PMM) dan Persatuan Pelajar Melayu Malaysia di India (PPMMI): Latar Belakang dan Peranan", dalam Sivachandralingam Sundara Raja et al. (ed.), Prosiding Persidangan Sejarah Sosioekonomi Malaysia, Kuala Lumpur: Jabatan Sejarah, Fakulti Sastera dan Sains Sosial, Universiti Malaya, hlm. 468-483. (Non-ISI/Non-SCOPUS)
5. Abu Hanifah Haris, "Pengaruh Mesir dalam Majalah Pengasoh Pada Tahun 1920-an", Pengasoh, Bil. 646, Mei-Jun 2016, hlm. 2-6. 

6.

Abu Hanifah Haris, "Antara Air Mata dan Simpati: Perjuangan Pelajar Melayu Untuk Menubuhkan Rumah Melayu, 1920-an Hingga 1960-an", Purba, Bil. 34, 2015, hlm.112-128.

7.

Abu Hanifah Haris, "Daripada Mufti Johor Ke Pengetua Kolej Islam Malaya: Sumbangan Abdul Jalil Hassan Dalam Mengukuhkan Kedudukan Islam dan Umat Islam Sehingga Tahun 1970", Malaysia Dari Segi Sejarah, Bil. 43, 2015, hlm.147-161.

8.

Abu Hanifah Haris & Mohammad Redzuan Othman, "Kegiatan Pelajar Melayu di Kaherah, 1920-an hingga 1960-an", Sarjana, Vol. 30, No. 1, 2015, pp. 13-27.

9.

Mohammad Redzuan Othman & Abu Hanifah Haris, "The Role of Egyptian Influences on the Religious Dynamics and the Idea of Progress of Malaya's Kaum Muda (Young Faction) before the Second World War", British Journal of Middle Eastern Studies, Vol. 42, No. 4, 2015, pp. 465-480.

10.

Abu Hanifah Haris, "Kaherah Sebagai Pusat Percetakan Karya Melayu-Islam, 1880-an Hingga 1960-an", Jurnal al-Tamaddun, Bil. 9, No. 1, 2014, hlm.15-31.

11.

Abu Hanifah Haris & Mohammad Redzuan Othman, "Mesir dan Hubungan Awal Dengan Masyarakat Melayu", UNISEL Journal of Social Sciences and Humanities, Vol. 1, No. 1, 2014, hlm. 57-72.

12.

Ahmed A.M. Atawna, Mohammad Redzuan Othman & Abu Hanifah Haris, "Equality and Citizenship from the Perspective of the Islamic Parties: Study of Freedom and Justice Party (FJP) of Egypt", Middle-East Journal of Scientific Research, Vol. 21, No. 6, 2014, pp. 890-896.

13.

Ahmed A.M. Atawna, Mohammad Redzuan Othman & Abu Hanifah Haris, "Political Pluralism from the Perspective of the Islamic Parties: Study on Freedom and Justice Party (FJP) in Egypt", Middle-East Journal of Scientific Research, Vol. 21, No. 9, 2014, pp. 1541-1549.

14.

Abu Hanifah Haris, "Kegiatan Pertubuhan Sosiopolitik di Kelantan, 1945-1948: Satu Tinjauan Umum", dalam Abdullah Zakaria Ghazali & Zuliskandar Ramli (ed.), Warisan Kelantan XXXII, Kota Bharu: Perbadanan Muzium Negeri Kelantan, 2013, hlm. 147-163.

15.

Abu Hanifah Haris, "Pemergian Pelajar Melayu ke Mesir Dari Tahun 1910-an Hingga 1950-an: Cabaran dan Implikasi", Jurnal al-Tamaddun, Bil. 8, No. 1, 2013, hlm.67-84.

16.

Abu Hanifah Haris& Mohammad Redzuan Othman, "Keperluan dan Persediaan Dalam Perjalanan Menuntut Ilmu: Sejarah Pemergian Pelajar Melayu ke Kaherah, 1910-an Hingga 1950-an", Sejarah, No. 21, 2013, hlm. 87-104.

17.

Abu Hanifah Haris& Mohammad Redzuan Othman, "Seruan Azhar (1925-1928) dan Idea Perpaduan Serumpun antara Penduduk Tanah Melayu dan Indonesia", dalam Mohammad Redzuan Othman, Md Sidin Ahmad Ishak, Mardiana Nordin &Abu Hanifah Haris (ed.), Malaysia-Indonesia: Romantika Hubungan Bangsa Serumpun, Kuala Lumpur: Fakulti Sastera dan Sains Sosial, Universiti Malaya, 2013, hlm. 47-67.

18.

Abu Hanifah Haris& Mohammad Redzuan Othman, "Sumbangan Lepasan Mesir dalam Bidang Pendidikan dan Penulisan di Tanah Melayu dan Indonesia, 1920-an Hingga 1970-an", International Journal of West Asian Studies, Vol. 5, No. 1, 2013, pp. 1-26.

19.

Abu Hanifah Haris& Mohammad Redzuan Othman, "Zulkifli Muhammad dan Perjuangan Politik Berteraskan Islam 1955-1964", Jurnal Usuluddin, Bil.37, 2013, hlm.83-116.

20.

Mohammad Redzuan Othman & Abu Hanifah Haris, "Egyptian Influences on Malaya's Muslim Kaum Muda (Young Faction) before World War II", al-Shajarah, Vol. 18, No. 1, 2013, pp. 1-33.

21.

Mohammad Redzuan Othman, Md Sidin Ahmad Ishak, Mardiana Nordin&Abu Hanifah Haris (ed.), Malaysia-Indonesia: Romantika Hubungan Bangsa Serumpun, Kuala Lumpur: Fakulti Sastera dan Sains Sosial, Universiti Malaya, 2013.

22.

Abu Hanifah Haris & Mohammad Redzuan Othman, "Kemal Ataturk dan Pembaharuan di Turki: Polemik dalam Akhbar dan Majalah Melayu Pada Tahun 1920-an dan 1930-an", Sejarah, No. 19, 2011, hlm. 105-134.


Dr. Noraini Binti Mohamed Hassan

No.

Title of Books and Articles

1. Sivachandralingam Sundara Raja, Noraini Mohamed Hassan and Chong Wu Ling, Research Method and Writing, Kuala Lumpur, University of Malaya Press, 2016.
2. Yacob, Shakila, Mohd. Rus, Ahmad Kamal Ariffin & Mohamed Hassan, Noraini. 2015. Prosiding Simposium Janji Sejarah: Asas Berfikiran Aras Tinggi. Kuala Lumpur: Jabatan Sejarah, Universiti Malaya  

3.

Noraini Mohamed Hassan & Sivachandralingam Sundara Raja, "Perkembangan Jabatan Perubatan Persekutuan 1896- 1910", Sejarah, No. 21, Bil.1, 2013, hlm.1-40.

4.

Noraini Mohamed Hassan, “Orang Melayu dan Perkhidmatan Perubatan di Negeri-Negeri Melayu Bersekutu, 1896-1941”, dalam Zulkanain Abdul Rahman, Arba'iyah Mohd Noor &Ahmad Kamal Ariffin Mohd Rus (ed.), Dastar Pendeta: Kumpulan Esei Sempena Persaraan Profesor Dr. Abdullah Zakaria Ghazali, Kuala Lumpur: Jabatan Sejarah, Universiti Malaya, 2012.

5.

Noraini Mohamed Hassan, “Perkhidmatan Perubatan, 1878-1939”, dalam Abdullah Zakaria Ghazali & Mohd Radzi Hj. Ahmad (ed.), Perak: Warisan, Budaya dan Sejarah,Kuala Lumpur:Persatuan Muzium Malaysia, 2011.

6.

Noraini Mohamed Hassan, “Tercapainya Sebuah Impian, Berakhirnya Satu Penantian: Ordinan No. XV, 1905, Negeri-Negeri Selat dan Perkembangan Maktab Perubatan Raja Edward VII, Singapura, 1905-1941”, Sejarah, No. 18, 2010, hlm.1-18.


Dr. Hasanudin Bin Daud

No.

Title of Books and Articles

1.

Hasanudin Daud, “Tasawuf Menurut Perspektif Syeikh Ahmad Bin Muhammad Zain al-Patani” dalam Abdullah Zakaria Ghazali & Zuliskandar Ramli (ed.), Panji Pendeta: Memperingati 50 Tahun Professor Emeritus Dato' Dr. Nik Hassan Shuhaimi Bin Nik Abdul Rahman Dalam Bidang Pendidikan, Bangi: Institut Alam dan Tamadun Melayu (ATMA) & Ikatan Ahli Arkeologi Malaysia, 2013.

2.

Hasanudin Daud, “Hubungan Politik dan Agama di antara Patani dan Kelantan”, dalam Abdullah Zakaria Ghazali (ed.), Warisan Kelantan XXXI, Kota Bharu: Perbadanan Muzium Negeri Kelantan, 2012.

3.

Hasanudin Daud, “Islam dan Demokrasi Menurut Perspektif Pemikir Islam”, dalam Arbai'yah Mohd Noor, Mohammad Redzuan Othman, Suffian Mansor & Salina Zainol (ed.), Persada Jauhari: Kumpulan Esei Sempena Persaraan Prof. Emeritus Datuk Wira Dr. Mohd Yusof B. Haji Hashim, Kuala Lumpur: Jabatan Sejarah, Universiti Malaya, 2012.

4.

Hasanudin Daud, “Pengaruh Pemikiran Syeikh Ahmad bin Muhammad Zain al-Patani Terhadap Perkembangan Agama dan Politik Kelantan”, dalam Zulkanain Abdul Rahman, Arba'iyah Mohd Noor &Ahmad Kamal Ariffin Mohd Rus (ed.), Dastar Pendeta: Kumpulan Esei Sempena Persaraan Profesor Dr. Abdullah Zakaria Ghazali, Kuala Lumpur: Jabatan Sejarah, Universiti Malaya, 2012.

5.

Hasanudin Daud, “Islam dan Politik: Dinamika Kerjasama Tokoh Serumpun Dalam Menghadapi Penjajah”, Malaysia Dari Segi Sejarah, Bil. 39, 2011.


Salina Binti Zainol

No.

Title of Books and Articles

1.

Arbai'yah Mohd Noor, Mohammad Redzuan Othman, Suffian Mansor & Salina Zainol (ed.), Persada Jauhari: Kumpulan Esei Sempena Persaraan Prof. Emeritus Datuk Wira Dr. Mohd Yusof B. Haji Hashim, Kuala Lumpur: Jabatan Sejarah, Universiti Malaya, 2012.

2.

Salina Hj. Zainol, “Perang Bone Kedua, 1859-1860”, dalam Arbai'yah Mohd Noor, Mohammad Redzuan Othman, Suffian Mansor & Salina Zainol (ed.), Persada Jauhari: Kumpulan Esei Sempena Persaraan Prof. Emeritus Datuk Wira Dr. Mohd Yusof B. Haji Hashim, Kuala Lumpur: Jabatan Sejarah, Universiti Malaya, 2012.


Dr. Azhar Bin Mad Aros

No.

Title of Books and Articles

1.

Nik Hassan Shuhaimi Nik Abd. Rahman, Mohamed Yusoff Ismail & Azhar Mad Aros, AMAS 5103: Comparative Study of the History, Culture and Religion of ASEAN Countries, Kuala Lumpur: Open University Malaysia (OUM), 2013.

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Azhar Mad Aros, “Kesan Pelaksanaan Polisi Pentadbiran Tentera Jepun di Tanah Melayu, 1941-1945”, dalam Zulkanain Abdul Rahman, Arba'iyah Mohd Noor &Ahmad Kamal Ariffin Mohd Rus (ed.), Dastar Pendeta: Kumpulan Esei Sempena Persaraan Profesor Dr. Abdullah Zakaria Ghazali, Kuala Lumpur: Jabatan Sejarah, Universiti Malaya, 2012.

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Azhar Mad Aros, “Lingkungan Sekemakmuran Asia Timur Raya 1941-1945: Dari Negara Matahari Terbit ke Tanah Melayu”, dalam Arbai'yah Mohd Noor, Mohammad Redzuan Othman, Suffian Mansor & Salina Zainol (ed.), Persada Jauhari: Kumpulan Esei Sempena Persaraan Prof. Emeritus Datuk Wira Dr. Mohd Yusof B. Haji Hashim, Kuala Lumpur: Jabatan Sejarah, Universiti Malaya, 2012.

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Azhar Mad Aros, “Pendudukan Jepun 1941-1945”, dalam Abdullah Zakaria Ghazali & Mardiana Nordin (ed.), Kedah: Warisan dan Sejarah, Bangi: Ikatan Ahli Arkeologi Malaysia, 2012.

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Azhar Hj. Mad Aros, Teks Pengajian Tinggi Fajar Bakti: Tamadun Islam dan Tamadun Asia (TITAS), Edisi Kedua, Shah Alam, Selangor: Penerbit Oxford Fajar Bakti Sdn. Bhd., 2011.


Professor Emeritus

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Emeritus  Professor Tan Sri Dr. Khoo Kay Kim

Emeritus Professor Tan Sri Dr. Khoo Kay Kim was born on 28 March 1937 in Kampar Perak.  He received his Bachelor’s degree in History from the University of Malaya, Singapore in 1959.   There he served  as a teacher for about four years before returning to University of Malaya (Kuala Lumpur) as a Tutor in 1964.    He has the privilege to be trained under K.G. Tregonning who held the Raffles Chair of History in Singapore and then Prof. Wang Gungwu.

Tan Sri Khoo Kay Kim was appointed as a lecturer at the Department of History, University of Malaya after completing his masters in 1967.  He was the first to conduct  history lectures in the Malay language.  The History Department, then under Prof. Wang Gungwu, played a pioneering role in using the Malay language as a medium of instruction, even before the founding of Universiti Kebangsaan Malaysia in 1970. After obtaining his Doctoral Degree in 1974, he was  promoted to the post of Associate Professor and was offered the new Chair of Malaysian History from  1975 until 1992.

Tan Sri Khoo Kay Kim is a prolific writer and has published extensively (books, book chapters and journal articles) and has presented papers at national and international levels. In terms of administration at the University of Malaya, he  served as the Head of the Department of History, University of Malaya  (1973-1974), (1982-1984) and as the Dean of the Faculty of Arts and Social Sciences from 1984 to 1986.  He was also the Director of the Sports Centre of the University of Malaya from 1994-1996.  Throughout his career, he has supervised numerous M.A and Ph.D theses and acted as external examiner as well as academic assessor to various local and foreign universities including Monash University, Adelaide University, National University of Singapore, University Sains Malaysia, University of Brunei etc.

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Emeritus  Professor  Datuk Wira Dr. Mohd Yusoff bin Haji Hashim

Emeritus Professor Datuk Wira Dr. Mohd Yusoff bin Haji Hashim was born in Melaka on March 16, 1945. He has served as a teacher from 1966 until 1969. He then pursued his studies in history at the University of Malaya, Kuala Lumpur. After obtaining his Bachelor’s Degree in 1972, he served as a Tutor  in the Department of History from 1973 to 1974. Following that, he received his master’s degree  in 1975 and served as an academic staff in the department  from 1975 until 1982. His interest in the field of historiography led him to conduct further study at  the University of Leiden, Holland in 1980 and was awarded a fellowship in the same year.

After completing his PhD in 1984 in Malay Historiography at the University of Malaya, Datuk Wira Dr. Mohd Yusoff was appointed as an Associate Professor from 1983 to 1990 and Professor from 1990 until August 2000. After retiring, he served  as the Vice-Chancellor (or the Chief Executive) of Kolej Universiti Islam Melaka (KUIM). He was appointed to an Emeritus Professorship by the  University of Malaya in 2005.

After completing his PhD in 1984 in Malay Historiography at the University of Malaya, Datuk Wira Dr. Mohd Yusoff was appointed as an Associate Professor from 1983 to 1990 and Professor from 1990 until August 2000. After retiring, he served  as the Vice-Chancellor (or the Chief Executive) of Kolej Universiti Islam Melaka (KUIM). He was appointed to an Emeritus Professorship by the  University of Malaya in 2005.

Emeritus Professor Datuk Wira Dr. Mohd Yusoff bin Haji Hashim has produced many publications  in the form of books, book chapters and journal articles and has presented papers at national and international levels. He has supervised numerous M.A and Ph.D thesis and acted as external examiner as well as academic assessor to various institutions. In terms of administration at the University of Malaya, he served as the Head of the Department of History, University of Malaya from 1984 to 2000. His services and contributions are well recognized both nationally and internationally. 

Research Student

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International Students:

Why we chose to study at the Department of History, University of Malaya

The Department of History at the University of Malaya has a number of international students pursuing doctoral and Masters’ degrees. Many of them are attracted to the strong academic expertise at the Department of History and the focus on Malaysian and Southeast Asian history and the University of Malaya’s international reputation, being ranked among the top 200 universities in the world,. The wide collection of books, periodicals and primary sources on Malaysia and Southeast Asia in the library and easy access to e-journals; the warm and student-friendly environment for learning, and the added appeal of studying in a Southeast Asian country were also cited as reasons for enrolling in the department. The following are some personal experiences of international students at the Department of History.

Ito Mitsuomi from Japan is a Ph.D candidate at the Department of History:

‘There are three reasons why I chose the Department of History at the University of Malaya. First, the University of Malaya has a great reputation not only in Southeast Asia but also in the world, being ranked in the top 200 in the world. This university is one of the oldest universities in the region as well. Many prominent scholars from around the world visit for seminars and sometimes teach in classes. Students are able to directly discuss, ask questions and learn from them. For me, discussions with Dr. Nicholas Tarling from the University of Auckland and Dr. Leonard Andaya from the University of Hawaii inspired me in the preparation of my dissertation. This is one of the most valuable experiences for students at the University of Malaya.

‘The second reason why I chose the university was the environment in the university. As my Ph.D research is on the history of Southeast Asia, I believed that living and studying in Malaysia, which is located in the centre of Southeast Asia, would be the best way to research this region. What is more, the huge campus is very nature-friendly with lots of greens and which I think is the best environment to produce ideas. The relatively wide range of collections on history in the libraries also attracted me.

‘Lastly, communication in English was of a great appeal to me to enroll in this university. With the exception of Singapore, universities in other Southeast Asian countries mainly use local languages. However, most professors, academic staff and students in University of Malaya are able to speak English. The choice of languages for the thesis/dissertation, i.e. Malay or English, is one of the attractive factors in choosing this university, especially for international students.’

Albana Reci from Albania is a Ph.D candidate at the Department of History:

‘The University emphasizes the importance of both theory and practice in academic study. From my experience in the Department of History, its approach is interdisciplinary and this expands the subject of history by incorporating it with social and scientific studies as well as theoretical-methodological aspect of research.

‘One of the main attractions of the University of Malaya is that the university environment is diverse, professional and friendly. The interaction between local and international students flows smoothly because the English language is widely spoken in the campus.

‘The Department of History provides a very conducive environment for study as it gives much attention to the development of a professional and friendly relationship between the supervisors and their students, making the research work much easier and efficient.’

Yanin Wongmai from Thailand enrolled for a Master of Arts in Southeast Asian history at the Department of History:

‘After completing my Bachelor of Arts in Thailand I enrolled in the Master of Arts in Southeast Asian History at the Department of History at the University of Malaya.

‘The study of the history of neighbouring countries in Thailand is still very limited. I was concerned that that the most essential part of Southeast Asian Studies in Thailand was mostly reliant on Western countries. That was the reason for my strong interest in studying Southeast Asian history from a Southeast Asian perspective and to fill a gap in the study of Southeast Asia among local scholars and to strengthen the study of the region in Thailand.

‘At the Department of History, the professors taught me to examine historical issues by asking questions and enquiring with a critical mind. In the classrooms I also learnt how to convert information into useful knowledge.’

Alumni

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History Department alumni can be found in various profession and they have contributed immensely to the development of the nation. History graduates from the department have promising career prospects in the fields of public administration and diplomacy (since 1964 until present, graduates from the Department of History have been continuously appointed by the Public Service Department to serve as public administrators and diplomats), banking, corporate and education sectors. Here are some of the well-known figures graduated from the History Department.

Prof. Emeritus Tan Sri Dr.Khoo Kay Kim

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Prof. Wang Gang Wu  

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Y. Bhg. Tan Sri Dr. Mazlan Ahmad
(Former Director of Malaysian Civil Service)
 
Tan Sri Dr. M. Thambirajah
(Director of  Sri Murugan Centre)

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Datuk Ahmad Zahid Hamidi
(Deputy Prime Minister)

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Y.Bhg Dato Danabalan Vengidalasalam
(Former Secretary to the Science, Technology and Environment Ministry)
 
Y.Bhg Datuk James Ongkili
( Former Minister in the Prime Minister’s Department)
 
Y.Bhg Datuk Nazri Abdullah
(Former Chief Editor of  Berita Harian)
 
En. Krishen Jit Amar Singh
(Writer and Play Director)
 
Y.Bhg Datuk Mustapha Kamal
(Well-known Corporate Figure – Owner of MK)

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Y.Bhg Datuk Adnan
(Chief Minister of  Pahang)

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Journal

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Sejarah
is a journal of the Department of History, University of Malaya which was published in 1988. The publication of Sejarah was actually a continuation of the tradition of publishing  journals that had been carried out by the  Department of History since the 1960s. Prior to Sejarah, the Department of History had produced many journals, including The Journal of the Historical Society in 1961/62 that was replaced by Jernal Sejarah (1970/71 – 1977/78) and Jurnal Hubungan Antarabangsa (1972/73 – 1975/76)  to include writings on political development and international relations as part of the syllabus of the Department.

The Department did not publish any academic journal after Jernal Sejarah ceased publication in 1977/78. The Department and the Historical Society, University of Malaya, cooperated again in 1984/85 when the latter published Monograf Sejarah (No. 1 1984/85). This was followed by a period of non activity until the emergence of Sejarah in 1988. 

The objective of Sejarah is to provide an avenue for academics and students to write about their findings on Malaysian history and to provide platform for discussions and debates on various issues of historical relevance to Malaysia and the world. The first chief editor  of this journal was . Prof.J. Kathirithamby - Wells and the editorial board consist of  Abdullah Zakaria Ghazali, Adnan Haji Nawang, Amarjit Kaur, Mohamad Abu Bakar and Mohd Hear Awang.  Currently  Sejarah is published twice in a year and include articles in both Malay and English.  It accepts historical writings on Malaysia, Asia, Southeast Asia, etc. Contributions are received from within and outside Malaysia. From this year onward this journal is published online and can be accessed by click bottom link

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HISTORY

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Seminars
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DEPARTMENT OF HISTORY SEMINARS 2016

The Department of History Seminar Series for the year 2016 kicked off with a stimulating talk titled Sejarah bola sepak di Malaysia (‘History of football in Malaysia’) on the development of the sport in Malaysia by the department’s Emeritus Professor Tan Sri Dr. Khoo Kay Kim, an excellent footballer in his younger days. Professor Khoo traced the early beginnings of football in the country during the British colonial period and then gave an interesting insight into the development of the game up till the 1960s.

On 19th February 2016, Datuk Dr. Abdullah Zakaria Ghazali from the Department of History, University of Malaya, presented a paper titled Pergerakan Pemuda Melayu Sibu dan pembunuhan Gabenor Sarawak Duncan Stewart 1949, (‘The Sibu Malay Youth Movement and the killing of the Sarawak Governor Duncan Stewart in 1949’) on the controversy surrounding the killing of the British governor in Sarawak in 1949 based on his examination of primary documents obtained recently from the National Archives in Kew, London.

Sahul Hamid bin Mohamed Maiddin, a lecturer from the Department of History at the Universiti Pendidikan Sultan Idris (UPSI) in Tanjong Malim, Perak, who recently completed his Ph.D at the University of Sydney, gave an interesting perspective on the use of propaganda in education in Indonesia during the Sukarno era in his talk titled Pendidikan sebagai alat propaganda: Pengalaman Indonesia di bawah Demokrasi Terpimpin Sukarnoon 18 March 2016.

Professor Dr Daniel Perret from Ecole Française d’Extrême-Orient (EFEO), Kuala Lumpur, gave a talk titled Patani di dalam jaringan-jaringan perdagangan jarak jauh pada abad ke 17 (Patani in the trading networks in the 1th century) on 20 May 2015 at the Bilik Sumber (Resource Room) in the Department of History, Faculty of Arts and Social Sciences, University of Malaya.

On 24 May 1956, the husband and wife team of renowned historians from the United States, Professor Leonard Y. Andaya and Professor Barbara Watson Andaya from the University of Hawaii, each gave a stimulating talk on two different but very informative topics on Southeast Asian history. Professor Leonard Andaya discussed early trade in Southeast Asia and his talk was titled, ‘Chinese involvement in the trade of Eastern Indonesia in the early modern period.’ Professor Barbara Andaya gave an interesting insight into Christianity and the overseas Chinese and her talk was titled, ‘Christianity, conversion, overseas Chinese: Historical moments in religious interaction.’ The talks were held at Lecture Hall B, Faculty of Arts and Social Sciences, University of Malaya.

Dr Azhar Mat Aros, a Senior Lecturer with the Department of History, University of Malaya, and a specialist on the history of Japan, gave a valuable overview of Japanese history on 29 July 2016 in his talk on the origins of the Japanese people and civilization. The talk was held at the Bilik Sumber (Resource Room) in the Department of History, Faculty of Arts and Social Sciences, University of Malaya.

On 26 August 2016, Dr Yunus bin Sauman @ Sabin from the Universiti Pendidikan Sultan Idris in Tanjong Malim, Perak, and a former tutor in the Department of History at the University of Malaya, gave a refreshing talk on a less frequented aspect of history, the importance of log coffins as a valuable source of historical information, in a talk entitled, ‘Keranda Kayu Balak di Sabah sebagai sumber sejarah tidak bertulis,’ (Log coffins in Sabah as unwritten historical source).

On 7 September 2016, Mr Victor Bibby, a retired engineer from Australia, gave an engrossing account of a pioneer gold miner in Raub, Pahang - his great grandfather, William Bibby. The talk stemmed from his research for a biography of his great grandfather William who arrived in Raub in 1889 from Australia and developed one of the earliest gold mines in Malaya. The talk was held at the Bilik Sumber (Resource Room) in the Department of History, Faculty of Arts and Social Sciences, University of Malaya.

Book Awards
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The Department of History, Faculty of Arts and Social Sciences is the oldest school of historical studies in Malaysia. Established in 1959, the department had been underpinned by the support of famous historians such as John Bastin, D.K. Bassett, C.M. Turnbull, Anthony J.S. Reid and William R. Roff. It also had the honour of grooming well-known local historians, including Wang Gungwu, Jeyamalar Kathirithamby-Wells, Amarjit Kaur and Chandran Jeshurun. Presently, the department is privileged to be affiliated with three eminent professors emeritus of Malaysian history, namely Tan Sri Dr. Khoo Kay Kim, Dato’ Wira Dr. Yusoff Hashim and Dr. Ahmat Adam.

Ever since its establishment until today, the department has been receiving a large number of students  of whom many became quite well-known in both governmental and private sectors. During the 1970s, the number of undergraduates enrolled (Year 1, 2 and 3) was in the thousands. The 1991/92 session was particularly remarkable as the department recorded the highest intake of 1,299 students. Student enrollment recorded high levels until 2001, after which it started to decline. In spite of that, the department maintains its appeal to pre-university students.

In order to encourage students to carry out original research on Malaysian history based on primary source materials, a gold medal and two book  awards are currently awarded  by the department. The awards are as follow:

1. Malaysian Historical Society Gold Medal Award

This award is given by the Malaysian Historical Society to the best graduates in History from five public Universities – University of Malaya, Universiti Kebangsaan Malaysia (UKM), Universiti Sains Malaysia (USM), Universiti Pendidikan Sultan Idris (UPSI) and Universiti Malaysia Sabah (UMS). The intention is to encourage interest for high-quality research on the history of Malaysia. The first recipient was from University of Malaya (1998), followed by UKM / USM ( 2006), and UPSI / UMS (2010).

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2. K.K. Nair Memorial Book Prize Award

The award, instituted in the 1987/88 academic session, is offered by the courtesy of the family members of the late Dr. K.K. Nair, who had made significant contributions  to the department. It was established with an initial contribution of RM4,000 from a group of well wishers. This sum was channeled to the University of Malaya through Dr. T. Chelliah, the widow of the late K.K. Nair. The Memorial Book Prize Award is awarded to distinguished students of the department based on their final examination results.

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3. R.R. Bonney @ Mohd. Hamdan Book Prize Award

This award was initiated in the academic session of 1987/1988 and is a contribution of the family of the late Dr. R.R. Bonney, who had served in the Department of History.  It was established with a fund totaling RM4,000 donated by staff members of the department, their family members, and friends of the late R.R. Bonney. The R.R. Bonney @ Mohd. Hamdan Book Prize is awarded annually to the best student of the department.

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Books
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2012

2012A     2012B     2012C

2011

  2011A     2011B    2011C

2010

2010A     2010B     2010C

2009

2009A     2009B     2009C     2009D

2008

2008A     2008B     2008C

2007

2007A     2007B

2006

2006A     2006B     2006C
2005
2005A     2005B     2005C     2005D     2005E

2004

2004A     2004B     2004C     2004D

2003

2003A     2003B

2002

2002A      2002B     2002C    2002D 

2001

2001A      2001B     2001C

2000

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1997

1997A     1997B     1997C

1996

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1995

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Scholarly Articles
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RESOURCE LINKS


LOCAL LINKS

InstitutKajianSejarahdanPatriotik Malaysia (IKSEP)
http://www.iksep.gov.my/

Library of The National University of Malaysia
http://www.ukm.my/ptsl/ms

National Archives of Malaysia
http://www.arkib.gov.my

National Library of Malaysia
http://www.pnm.gov.my/

National Museum of Malaysia
http://www.muziumnegara.gov.my/

 

Selangor Public Library Corporation
http://www.ppas.gov.my/

University of Malaya Main Library
http://www.umlib.um.edu.my/ 

INTERNATIONAL LINKS

British Library
http://www.bl.uk/

Library of National University of Singapore
http://libportal.nus.edu.sg/

National Archives of Australia
http://www.naa.gov.au/

National Archives of Singapore
http://www.nas.gov.sg/

National Library of Singapore
http://www.nlb.gov.sg/

The Ecolefrancaised’Extreme-Orient (EFEO)
http://www.efeo.fr/ 

The National Archives UK
http://www.nationalarchives.gov.uk/

US National Archives
https://www.archives.gov/

Contact Us
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The Department of History welcomes visiting academics and researchers  from other universities, as well as international and local visitors and students. Find out more about our Department, and if you have any inquiry, do not hesitate to contact us:

 

Contact Details:

Department of History
Faculty of Arts and Social Sciences
50603, University of Malaya
Tel : +603-79675507/5569                                                                        
Fax  : +603-79675463                                                                          
Email: fass_history@um.edu.my

Head of Department:
Assoc. Prof. Dr. Sivachandralingam Sundara Raja
siva@um.edu.my
Tel : 603-79675552

Postgraduate  Convenor:
Assoc. Prof. Dr. Joseph Milton Fernando
jmfernando@um.edu.my
Tel : 603-79675568

Assistant  Administrative  Secretary  for  Postgraduate Studies:
Madam Samiah binti Sulaiman
salmiah@um.edu.my
Tel : 603-79675569

Undergraduate  Convenor:
Dr. Mardiana binti Nordin      
mardiana@um.edu.my
Tel : 603-79675557

Assistant  Administrative  Secretary  for  the  First  Degree:
Madam Rozita binti Othman
jrfour@um.edu.my
Tel : 603-79675582

Chief Editor, “Sejarah: Journal of the History Department”:
Associate Professor Dr. Sivachandralingam Sundara Raja
siva@um.edu.my

Convenor  Department Seminar:
Assoc. Prof. Dr. Joseph Fernando
jmfernando@um.edu.my

Convenor  Intellectual  Discourse  Seminar:
Dr. Noraini binti Mohamed Hassan
ainnorima@um.edu.my
Tel : 603-79675561

Convenor  Malay  Manuscript  Seminar:
Dr. Arba’iyah binti Mohd Noor
arbaiyah@um.edu.my
Tel : 603-79675567

Convenor  Book  Review  Seminar:
Dr. Abu Hanifah bin Haris
abuhanifah@um.edu.my
Tel : 603-79675573

Convenor   Nostalgic  with  Department’s Alumni:
Dr. Mardiana binti Nordin      
mardiana@um.edu.my      

Coordinator  for  Community  Engagement  Programme:
Dr. Noraini binti Mohamed Hassan
ainnorima@um.edu.my

Coordinator for Industrial  Training Programme:
Dr. Abu Hanifah bin Haris
abuhanifah@um.edu.my

Advisor to the Department’s History  Association:
Dr. Noraini binti Mohamed Hassan
ainnorima@um.edu.my

Department’s  Representative for the Undergraduate Handbook  Programme Committee (Faculty):
Dr. Ho Hui Ling
hohuiling@um.edu.my
Tel : 603-79675574

Chairman  of Department’s  Social Committee:
Dr. Mardiana binti Nordin      
mardiana@um.edu.my       

Last Update: June 23, 2016