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Department of the Languages and Cultures of South East Asia

Professor Vladimir I Braginsky

PhD, DLitt (Moscow)

Overview

Vladimir Braginski
Department of South East Asia

Professorial Research Associate

Centre of South East Asian Studies

Professorial Research Associate

Centre for Migration and Diaspora Studies

Member

Name:
Professor Vladimir I Braginsky
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Telephone:
020 7898 4245

Biography

Linguistics; literature; Cultural and Religious Studies

Teaching

Courses Taught

Research

Traditional and modern literatures of Indonesia and Malaysia; Islam in South East Asia; comparative literature

Expertise

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Available for
  • Special Study Programmes
  • Short Term Consultancy
  • Long Term Consultancy
Regional Expertise
  • South East Asia
Country Expertise
  • Brunei
  • Indonesia
  • Malaysia
  • Singapore
Languages
  • Malay-Indonesian
  • Russian

Publications

Authored Books

Braginsky, Vladimir (2007) ...And Sails the Boat Downstream. Malay Sufi Poems of the Boat. Leiden: Department of Languages and Cultures of Southeast Asia and Oceania, University of Leiden.

Braginsky, Vladimir (2004) The Heritage of Traditional Malay Literature. A Historical Survey of Genres, Writings and Literary Views. Leiden: KITLV Press.

Braginsky, Vladimir (2003) Satukan hangat dan dingin... Kehidupan Hamzah Fansuri: pemikir dan penyair Sufi Melayu' (Unite heat and cold... Life of Hamzah Fansuri, Malay Sufi poet and thinker). Kuala Lumpur: Dewan Bahasa dan Pustaka.

Braginsky, Vladimir (2001) The Comparative Study of Traditional Asian Literatures: from reflective traditionalism to neo-traditionalism. Richmond: Curzon.

Braginsky, Vladimir and Diakonova, EM (1999) Images of Nusantara in Russian Literature. Leiden: KITLV-Press.

Edited Books

Braginsky, Vladimir and Murtagh, Ben, eds. (2007) The Portrayal of Foreigners in Indonesian and Malay Literatures: Essays on the Ethnic "Other". Lewiston, New York: Edwin Mellen Press.

Mulyadi, S.W.R. and Braginsky, Vladimir, eds. (2007) Hikayat Inderaputera. Kuala Lumpur: Yayasan Karyawan.

Braginsky, Vladimir, ed. (2002) Classical civilizations of Southeast Asia. London; New York: Routledge & Curzon.

Book Chapters

Braginsky, Vladimir (2006) 'Flying the flags, firing the cannons; The departure of the �theatrical fleet� of Johor for Patani as a �chain-description�.' In: Milde regen; Liber amicorum voor Hans Teeuw. Nijmegen : Wolf Legal Publishers, pp. 1-28.

Braginsky, Vladimir (2004) 'The path of death; The short recension of the 'Syair Perahu': Manuscripts, transformation, interpretation.' In: Alieva, N. F. and Dorofeyeva, T. V. and Sikorsky, V. V., (eds.), Malay and Indonesian Studies: a collection of articles in the memory of B.B. Parnickel [Malaysko-indoneziyskiye issledovaniya]. Moscow: Nusantara, 75- 91.

Braginsky, Vladimir (2002) 'Introduction: Research into the Classical Civilisations of South East Asia at SOAS and in BSOAS.' In: Braginsky, V., (ed.), Classical Civilizations of Southeast Asia. An Anthology of Articles Published in the Bulletin of SOAS. London: Routledge Curzon, pp. 1-48.

Braginsky, Vladimir (2000) 'Tajus Salatin (The Crown of Sultans) of Bukkhari al-Jauhari as a canonical work and an attempt to create a Malay literary canon.' In: Smyth, D., (ed.), The canon in Southeast Asian literatures. Curzon (London), pp. 183-209.

Articles

Braginsky, Vladimir and Suvorova, Anna (2008) 'A New Wave of Indian Inspiration: Translations from Urdu in Malay Traditional Literature and Theatre.' Indonesia and the Malay World, 36 (104). p. 115.

Braginsky, Vladimir (2008) 'Spun Within the Brain, Woven in the Heart.' Indonesia and the Malay World, 36 (106). pp. 417-428.

Braginsky, Vladimir (2006) 'Structure, Date and Sources of Hikayat Aceh Revisited. The Problem of Mughal-Malay Literary Ties.' Bijdragen tot de Taal-, Land- en Volkenkunde, 162 (4). pp. 441-467.

Braginsky, Vladimir (2006) 'Meaning of the Sound: Magic and Sufi Mysticism in the Phonic Structure of the Malay Charm and Chant.' Indonesia and the Malay World, 34 (100). pp. 281-314.

Braginsky, Vladimir (2005) 'Five pious ladies on the swing: Some considerations about Hikayat Si Burung Pingai.' Indonesia and the Malay World, 33 (97). pp. 257-264.

Braginsky, Vladimir (2005) 'Obituary: Boris Borisovitch Parnickel (1934–2004).' Indonesia and the Malay World, 33 (95). pp. 1-5.

Braginsky, Vladimir (2004) 'The queen who loved her king, or the Hikayat Maharaja Ali: A reconsideration.' Tenggara, 47/48 . pp. 80-92.

Braginsky, Vladimir (2004) 'The science of women and the jewel: the synthesis of Tantrism and Sufism in a corpus of mystical texts from Aceh.' Indonesia and the Malay World, 32 (93). pp. 141-175.

Braginsky, Vladimir (2002) 'Malay scribes on their craft and audience (with a special reference to the description of the reading assembly by Safirin bin Usman Fadli.' Indonesia and the Malay World, 30 (86). pp. 37-61.

Braginsky, Vladimir (1999) 'Towards the biography of Hamzah Fansuri: when did Hamzah live? Data from his poems and early European accounts.' Archipel, 57 . pp. 135-175.

Braginsky, Vladimir (1998) 'Sufi boat symbolism: problems of origin and evolution.' Indonesia and the Malay World, 26 (74). pp. 50-64.

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