Tarling, (Peter) Nicholas

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TARLING, (Peter) Nicholas

TARLING, (Peter) Nicholas. British/New Zealander, b. 1931. Genres: History. Career: University of Queensland, lecturer, 1957-61, sr lecturer in history, 1961-65; University of Auckland, assoc professor, 1965-68, professor of history, 1968-97. Publications: Anglo-Dutch Rivalry in the Malay World, 1780-1824, 1962; Piracy and Politics in the Malay World, 1963; A Concise History of Southeast Asia, 1966; British Policy in the Malay Peninsula and Archipelago, 1824-1871, 1969; Britain, the Brookes and Brunei, 1971; Imperial Britain in Southeast Asia, 1975; Sulu and Sabah, 1978; The Burthen, The Risk, and the Glory, 1982; The Sun Never Sets, 1986; The Fourth Anglo-Burmese War, 1987; The Fall of Imperial Britain in South East Asia, 1993; (with R. Butterworth) A Shakeup Anyway: Government and the Universities in New Zealand in a Decade of Reform, 1994; Britain, Southeast Asia and the Onset of the Pacific War, 1996; Nations and States in Southeast Asia, 1998; Britain, Southeast Asia and the Cold War, 1998; Auckland: The Modern University, 1999; Professionals and Unionists, 2000; Historians and Southeast Asian History, 2000; Southeast Asia: A Modern History, 2001; (with M. Lamb) From Versailles to Pearl Harbor, 2001; A Sudden Rampage, 2001. EDITOR: China and Its Place in the World, 1967; (with J. Ch'en) Studies in the Social History of China and Southeast Asia, 1970; Mrs. Pryer in Sabah, 1989; The Cambridge History of Southeast Asia, 1992; Singapore and the Singaporeans since 1819, 1992; The Journal of Henry Burney in the Capital of Burma, 1830-1832, 1995; On and Off: Opera in Auckland, 1990- 2000, 2002. Address: New Zealand Asia Institute, University of Auckland, Private Bag 92019, Auckland, New Zealand. Online address: [email protected]