It is our pleasure to announce the shortlists of the IBP 2015. The prize winners will be announced during the opening ceremony of ICAS 9 in Adelaide on 6 July 2015.
Bridie Andrews, The Making of Modern Chinese Medicine, 1850-1960. UBC Press: Vancouver / Toronto 2014.
Manduhai Buyandelger, Tragic Spirits, Shamanism, Memory, and Gender in Contemporary Mongolia. The University of Chicago Press: Chicago / London 2013.
Robert Cribb, Helen Gilbert and Helen Tiffin, Wild Man from Borneo: A Cultural History of the Orangutan. University of Hawai’i Press: Honolulu 2014.
Tina Harris, Geographical Diversions: Tibetan Trade, Global Transactions. University of Georgia Press: Athens 2013.
Philip Taylor, The Khmer Lands of Vietnam. Environment, Cosmology and Sovereignty. NUS Press and NIAS Press: Singapore / Copenhagen 2014. Asian Studies Association of Australia.
Jinghong Zhang, Puer Tea. Ancient Caravans and Urban Chic. University of Washington Press: Seattle / London 2014.
Beverly Bossler, Courtesans, Concubines, and the Cult of the Female Fidelity. Harvard University Asia Center: Cambridge / London 2013.
Michelle Caswell, Archiving the Unspeakable. Silence, Memory, Photographic Record in Cambodia. The University of Wisconsin Press: Madison.
Adam Clulow, The Company and the Shogun: The Dutch Encounter with Tokugawa Japan. Columbia University press: New York 2014.
Theresia Hofer, Bodies in Balance: the Art of Tibetan Medicine. University of Washington Press: Washington 2014.
John N. Miksic, John N., Singapore & The Silk Road of the Sea 1300-1800. NUS Press: Singapore 2013. National Museum of Singapore.
Khoo Salma Nasution, The Chulia in Penang: Patronage and Place-Making around the Kapitan Kling Mosque 1786-1957. Areca Books: Penang 2014.
Tutin Aryanti, Breaking the Wall, Preserving the Barrier: Gender, Space, and Power in Contemporary Mosque Architecture in Yogyakarta, Indonesia.
Tallyn Gray, Justice and Transition in Cambodia, 1979-2014: Process, Meaning, and Narrative.
David Kloos, Becoming Better Muslims: Religious Authority and Ethical Improvement in Aceh, Indonesia.
Deokhyo Choi, Crucible of the Post-Empire: Decolonization, Race, and Cold War Politics in U.S.-Japan-Korea Relations, 1945-1952.
Vannessa Hearman, Dismantling the ‘Fortress’: East Java and the Transition to Suharto’s New Order Regime (1965-68).
Leonie Schmidt, Visions of the Future: Imagining Islamic Modernities in Indonesian Islamic-themed post-Suharto Popular and Visual Culture.