As I have recently emphasized myself (Jean Michaud, "French Missionary Expansion in Colonial Upper-Tonkin," Journal of Southeast Asian Studies 35:2: 287-310, 2004; Jean Michaud, "Incidental" Ethnographers: French Catholic Missions on the Tonkin-Yunnan Frontier, 1880-1930 [Leiden: Brill, 2007]), Ramsay also shows that the MEP pursued a political agenda in harmony with the colonial project and made great strategic use of in-house Catholic publications available in France to gain the metropolitan public opinion for its expansionist cause in Indochina, notably through the spreading of stories detailing the fate of martyrs.
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Other journals, including, of course, Journal of Southeast Asian Studies and Journal of the Royal Asiatic Society Malaysian Branch, still welcome material on Borneo, and the present Bulletin has been hospitable to historians.
The eighteen essays are drawn from two books and twelve different journals, including the William and Mary Quarterly, the Hispanic American Historical Review, the Journal of African History, the Journal of Southeast Asian Studies, and the Journal of Asian Studies.