George McTurnan Kahin

George McTurnan Kahin (January 25, 1918 – January 29, 2000) was an American historian and political scientist. He was one of the leading experts on Southeast Asia and a critic of United States involvement in the Vietnam War. After completing his dissertation, which is still considered a classic on Indonesian history, Kahin became a faculty member at Cornell University. At Cornell, he became the director of its Southeast Asia Program and founded the Cornell Modern Indonesia Project. Kahin's incomplete memoir was published posthumously in 2003. Provided by Wikipedia
by Kahin, George McTurnan.
Published 1963
by Kahin, George McTurnan
Published 1952
by Kahin, George McTurnan.
Published 1947
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