Victor T. King on Tourism and Heritage in Southeast Asia (Part 1)

In this inaugural IAS@UBD Video Conversation, we discuss tourism and heritage in Southeast Asia with Victor T. King, Professor of Borneo Studies at The Institute of Asian Studies, Universiti Brunei Darussalam.

Trained as a cultural anthropologist, Professor King has been researching about Southeast Asia, with an emphasis on Borneo, since the 1970s. He began researching about tourism and heritage in Southeast Asia in the 1980s, and continues to research about that topic today.

In this first video we talk about Professor King’s interest in, and research on, this topic, and in subsequent videos we examine more closely some of the issues in the study of tourism and heritage in Southeast Asia.

For more information about Professor King’s publications, please visit his staff page.

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