Southeast Asian early modern history, as a coherent Braudellian whole; nationalism, revolution and political identity in Indonesia and Malaysia; patterns of religious, social and economic history in Asia
About this Fellow
- Professor Emeritus of Indian Studies, University of Cambridge
Maritime Studies; Ethnography; Material Culture; Arabic Semantics; Socio-Cultural History
Hebrew language & literature: history of Greek-speaking Judaism; Jewish-Christian relations; modern Jewish theology
The history of the Islamic world; the formation & development of traditional Islamic thought, & its implications in the modern world; Islamic thought, & its implications in the modern world; Islamic history in comparative perspective.