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Although Charles Hallisey's seminal 1995 essay is primarily concerned with the ways European colonial scholars approached Theravāda Buddhism in majority Theravāda contexts, its emphasis on two key topics—the importance of ritual and the dynamics of the "local production of meaning"—laid the foundation for a range of recent studies that explore the history and contemporary developments of Theravāda Buddhist communities in the Malay Archipelago region. This article charts how the neglected topicsdoi:10.5281/zenodo.4727624 fatcat:qpb2gj3xrbddjabznhwh7vwopy