Jayl Langub is a Senior Research Fellow at the Institute of East Asian Studies, Universiti Malaysia Sarawak (UNIMAS).
What does UNIMAS stand for?
UNIMAS stands for Universiti Malaysia Sarawak
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Kota Samarahan: Universiti Malaysia Sarawak Press (first publication, 1970, London: Macmillan and Co; Ithaca, NY: Cornell University Press).
William Beavitt, the main author of this book, first visited Sarawak as a boy (his father is anthropologist Paul Beavitt), then later returned in 2007 as a fulltime Universiti Malaysia Sarawak postgraduate student.
and later the site of the campus of Universiti Malaysia Sarawak.
[ILLUSTRATION OMITTED] Cristina Eghenter WWF-Indonesia and Jayl Langub Institute of East Asian Studies Universiti Malaysia Sarawak (1) See for instance, I Ketut Ardhana, Jayl Langub and Daniel Chew "Borders of kinship and ethnicity: cross-border relations between the Kelalan valley.