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Articles from Borneo Research Bulletin (January 1, 2003)

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A letter from Lundu (19 October 2004). Steinmayer, Otto Letter to the Editor 739
Academic correctness under monarchy. Universiti Brunei Darussalam and its research. Kershaw, Roger 11635
Bernard Sellato, Innermost Borneo: Studies in Dayak Cultures. Sather, Clifford Book Review 1289
Between 19 May and 10 June 2003, Dr. Irawati and Mr. U.. Mahyar (BO) in collaboration with the WWF Indonesia went to the Kayan Mentarang National Park for orchid training. 525
Bibliography. Horton, A.V.M. Bibliography 8827
Boundaries, territorial domains, and Kelabit customary practices: discovering the hidden landscape *. Bulan, Ramy 21975
Carol J. Pierce Colfer and Ida Aju Pradnja Resosudarmo, eds., Which Way Forward? People, Forests and Policy Making in Indonesia. Eghenter, Cristina Book Review 1331
Carol Yong Ooi Lin. Flowed Over: the Babagon Dam and the Resettlement of Kadazandusuns in Sabah. Baer, A.S. Book Review 645
Christian Oesterheld recently received his Msc in Conflict, Violence and Development from SOAS, University of London. Brief Article 144
Ellenberg, Michael, 2003, Brave Boys and Gentle Girls: an Anthropological Study of Children, with Focus on Social Change among the Iban in West Kalimantan, Indonesia. Book Review 221
Errata. Horton, A.V.M. Correction Notice 90
Food resources and changing patterns of resource use among the the Lundayeh of the Ulu Padas, Sabah. Hoare, Alison 7988
Health in the Borneo Highlands: the Bario Kelabit. Baer, A. 3569
Indonesia Forests and Media Project. 168
J.H. Walker, Power and Prowess: the Origins of Brooke Kingship in Sarawak, Crow's Nest (Australia). Wadley, Reed L. Book Review 1457
Kerry B. Collison, Indonesian Gold. Doran, Christine Book Review 1003
Kuhnt-Saptodewo, Sri and Hanno Kampffmeyer, Bury Me Twice. Brief Article 213
Kuhnt-Saptodewo, Sri, 1993, Zum Seelengeleit bei den Ngaju am Kahayan. Auswertung eines Sakraltextes zur Manarung-Zeremonie beim Totenfest. Book Review 102
Lieutenant-General Sir Tom Daly (1913-2004), Chief of the Australian General Staff between 1966 and 1971, died in Sydney on 5 January 2004, aged ninety (Daily Telegraph, London, Thursday 15 January 2004, page 31, illustration). Obituary 133
Mr. Leslie Harold Newsom Davis, British Resident (administrator) in Brunei between January and August 1948, died peacefully at home in Heyshott, Sussex, on 16 June 2003, aged ninety-four. Obituary 243
New and more recent dating for the bronze water buffalo and rider from East Kalimantan. Baier, Martin Brief Article 279
New Records of Orchidaceae from Sarawak. Brief Article 164
Notes from the editor. Editorial 4119
Orang Kaya Pemancha Kalong Anak Jemat: 1910-2003. Obituary 897
Sather, Clifford, 2002, Commodity Trade, Gift Exchange, and the History of Maritime Nomadism in Southeastern Sabah. Book Review 171
Taufiq Tanasaldy is currently ennrolled as a Ph.D. student in the Department of Political and Social Change, the Research School of Pacific and Asian Studies, the Australian National University. Brief Article 206
The long life of Charles Brooke. Reece, Bob Biography 4397
The right Reverend Peter Henry Herbert Howes: 1911-2003. Obituary 2173
Traditional medicinal plants of the Dusun Tobilung of Kampong Toburon, Kudat, Sabah, Malaysia. Pasok, G. 1838
Transformation of the Iban land use system in post independence Sarawak. Ngidang, Dimbab 8813
Tree Flora of Sabah and Sarawak, Volume 4, was published in 2002. Book Review 189
Ulu Sg. Palutan, Usun Apau. Brief Article 133
Wadley, Reed L., 2003a, Ethics of Access, Boundary Keeping and Forest Resource Management in Indonesian Borneo: Potential Tools for Conservation Work among Mobile Peoples. Book Review 102
Wadley, Reed L., 2003b, Lines in the Forest: Internal Territorialization and Local Accommodation in West Kalimantan, Indonesia (1865-1979). Book Review 136 is an initiative led by Reza Azmi, a Malaysian-born conservationist. Author Abstract 128
Wright, Leigh, Julian Pauncefote and British Imperial Policy 1855-1889. Book Review 877
WWF Malaysia has obtained funding from the ASEAN Regional Centre for Biodiversity Conservation (ARCBC) to conduct botanical studies at Ulu Padas, in the extreme southwest of Sabah. 468
Zahorka, Herwig, Die Erschliessungsfronten auf Borneo (Kalimantan) 1937 bis heute. Soziookonomische, ethnographische und okologische Veranderungsprozesse unter besonderer Berucksichtigung der Stammeskultur der Dayak. Kuhnt-Saptodewo, Sri Book Review 462

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