Translating higher education in the British Empire : the question of vernacular degrees in Postwar Malaya
Empires, post-coloniality and interculturality : new challenges for comparative education
This paper analyses the decision of British academic advisors to deny vernacular university degrees in post–war Malaya. As a case study, this decision was important as one element in the first systematic effort to build up higher education in the British Empire.
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Chou, G. A. (2014). Translating higher education in the British Empire: The question of vernacular degrees in Postwar Malaya. In Leonic Vega (Ed.), Empires, post-coloniality and interculturality: New challenges for comparative education (pp. 217-232). Rotterdam: SensePublishers. doi: 10.1007/978-94-6209-731-5_14
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