The Story of Lun Tauh, “Our People”: Narrating Identity on the Borders in the Kelabit Highlands. Mashman, Valerie. In “Stories across Borders: Myths of Origin and Their Contestation in the Borderlands of South and Southeast Asia,” edited by Monica Janowski and Erik de Maaker, special issue, Southeast Asian Studies, Vol. 9, No. 2, August 2020, pp. 203-229. With permission of the author.
In this research paper on the Kelabit people, Valerie Mashman, provides insights on “how people think of themselves in two contrasting ways” with on one hand “a fluid, inclusive identity through the course of warfare, alliances, and migrations across watersheds and borders” and on the other hand “the ethnic label “Kelabit””.
Elemen Estetika Reka Bentuk Jendela Tingkap Rumah Melayu Tradisional di Sarawak. Adibah et al. UNIMAS, 2013
Identity for Traditional Sarawak Malay House. Preliminary Research Findings In The Roof Design. Adibah Binti Haji Yusuf, Insititue of Design & innovation, UNIMAS, Sarawak. Presented at 1st International Conference on Design and Innovation, 2012.
Conservation in Sarawak: The case of the Old Kuching Courthouse. John Ting & Mike Boon, 2012. With permission of the authors. [Originally published in ‘Fabulation: Myth, Nature, Heritage. The Proceedings of the 29th Annual Conference of the Society of Architectural Historians Australia & New Zealand’, edited by King, Stuart, Chatterjee, Anuradha and Loo, Stephen, pp.124-39. Launceston: SAHANZ, 2012.] [15 pages, 0.4 MB]
Courts in Kuching: The development of settlement patterns and institutional architecture in colonial Sarawak, 1847-1927. John Ting, 2012. With permission of the author. [Originally published in ‘Fabulation: Myth, Nature, Heritage. The Proceedings of the 29th Annual Conference of the Society of Architectural Historians Australia & New Zealand, University of Tasmania, Launceston, 5-8 July 2012, pp.1119-1135] [17 pages, 0.4 MB]
Notes on the Architecture of the Sarawak Museum. John Ting, 2011. Originally published in SHS Newsletter 5 [3 pages, 0.5MB]
Colonialism and the Brooke administration: Institutional buildings and infrastructure in 19th century Sarawak. John Ting, 2008. With permission of the author. [Paper presented to the 17th Biennial Conference of the Asian Studies Association of Australia, Melbourne, 1-3 July 2008] [16 pages, 2.8 MB]
Fort Alice – Syncretic Architecture in Sarawak under the Brooke Regime. John Ting, 2006. With permission of the author. [Originally published in ‘Contested Terrains: Conference Proceedings, edited by Terence McMinn, John Stephens, Steve Basson, pp. 543-49. Perth: SAHANZ, 2006] [7 pages, 0.1MB]
The Egalitarian architecture of the Iban longhouse. John Ting, 2005. [Originally published in Leach, A. & Matthewson, G. ‘Celebration – Proceedings of the 22nd. Annual Conference of the Society of Architectural Historians, Australia and New Zealand’, Napier, New Zealand, SAHANZ 2005] [8 pages, 0.1 MB]
The Kuching courthouse architecturally considered. John Ting, 2004. With permission of the author. [Originally published in ‘Limits: Sahanz Conference Papers Melbourne 2004′, edited by Hariet Edquist & Helene Frichot, pp. 473 – 78. Melbourne SAHANZ, 2004.] [ 10 pages, 0.3 MB]
“Maintenance Management Framework for Conservation of Heritage Buildings in Malaysia”. Arazi Idrus, Faris Khamidi, Mahmoud Sodangi, 2010, in Modern Applied Science, Vol. 4, No. 11; November 2010. [12p.]
General, by Malaysian authors
“Conservation Plan for Historic Buildings from Building Control Administration Perspective“. Brit Anak Kayan, Farid Wajdi Akashah, Nor Haniza Ishak (University of Malaya). Paper presented at the 3rd International Building Control Conference 2013. [10p.]