This book deals with local knowledge as a valuable source of practical solutions to enhance the sustainability of modern life. It is an eclectic collection of papers written in English that explores various aspects of indigenous, local knowledge in the Asia-Pacific region. Encompassing the gamut of human sciences: performance, dance, literature, arts and craft, architecture, local traditions, religious knowledge, teaching and learning, traditional conservation and healing practices. This book will add on to publication to make local knowledge, especially from the Malay world, accessible to a global non-specialist (read non-anthropologist) readership. The editors have intentionally chosen to classify the topics to embody the transdisciplinary nature of knowledge in this region.He holds a PhD from the University of Leeds, United Kingdom. His areas of interests include ... Azizi Bahauddin is a lecturer in interior design at the School of Housing, Building and Planning, Universiti Sains Malaysia. He holds a PhD from anbsp;...
|Title||:||Rengineering Local Knowledge : Current Issues and Practices (Penerbit USM)|
|Author||:||Mohamad Rashidi Pakri, Nurul Farhana Low Abdullah, Salasiah Che Lah|
|Publisher||:||Penerbit USM -|