Monica Glyn-Jones

Biography

Monica Glyn-Jones was appointed by the Colonial Social Science Research Council to undertake research into the economic and social life of a Dusun community at Inobong near Penampang in North Borneo. She lived there from November 1949 until August 1951. During this period she made two short trips into the adjacent hills and several others to neighbouring districts. Two months were spent in the Interior Residency between Tambunan and Ranau, where for comparative purposes a study of the Liwan Hill Dusun was made. Author of The Dusun of the Penampang plains in North Borneo. Colonial Social Science Research Council, London.1953. The Museum has her field notes and some objects associated with her research.

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