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Voices of Islam in Southeast Asian for young Southeast Asian scholars Sapphasīang hǣng ʻItsalām nai Yurōp læ ʻEchīa Tawanʻō̜k Chīang Tai samrap nakwichākān ʻEchīa Tawanʻō̜k Chīang Tai run mai, 24-25 February 2007, Nakhon Si Thammarat, Thailand by Voices of Islam in Southeast Asian for young Southeastern Asian scholars (2007 Walailak University)

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Published by Regional Studies Program, School of Liberal Arts, Walailak University in [Nakhon Si Thammarat] .
Written in English


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Other titlesSapphasīang hǣng ʻItsalām nai Yurōp læ ʻEchīa Tawanʻō̜k Chīang Tai samrap nakwichākān ʻEchīa Tawanʻō̜k Chīang Tai run mai, Workshop papers voices of Islam in Southeast Asian for young Southeast Asian scholars
Statement[organized by the Regional Studies Program, School of Liberal Arts, Walailak University, Thailand].
ContributionsMahāwitthayālai Walailak. Regional Studies Program.
Classifications
LC ClassificationsMicrofiche 2008/64016 (B)
The Physical Object
FormatMicroform
Pagination349 p.
Number of Pages349
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL23163746M
LC Control Number2008451515

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