Kadazan seat is "brain-child" or idea Tan Sri Prof. Datuk Seri Panglima Abu Hassan, the first Vice-Chancellor of Universiti Malaysia Sabah. It is an academic chair that was started by a donation from the State Government to Universiti Malaysia Sabah. The main goal is to help the Chair Kadazan right individual academic researchers, to conduct ethnographic research expert on the Kadazan Dusun and other indigenous communities in Sabah. While donations, held in trust by the University, and the importance of the wage fund and individual activities as holders of those seats. Funds managed by the Committee Chair Kadazan Administrator Kadazandusun Chair UMS senior executive level. Just as all holders of personal seat-university academic university in Malaysia, Chair Kadazan monitored by both the University and the Ministry of Higher Education.
To improve and promote knowledge about the Kadazandusun and other indigenous communities in Sabah.
To develop, promote, promote and conduct research and documentation of the cultural aspects of Kadazandusun and other indigenous communities in Sabah.
To conduct a comprehensive investigation of the Kadazan Dusun community and others, as well as family Murut community, Paitan and other indigenous Sabah.
Pugh-Kitingan, Jacqueline. 2014. Memorial. Hope Hurlbut 1934 – 1914.
Borneo Research Bulletin, 45:17-21.
Pugh-Kitingan, Jacqueline. 2014. Memorial. John Wayne King 1952 – 2014.
Borneo Research Bulletin, 45:25-28.
Pugh-Kitingan, Jacqueline. 2014. Twelfth Biennial BRC Conference.
Report on the Borneo Research Council's 12th Biennial International Conference Universiti Malaysia Sabah, 5-7 August 2014. Borneo Research Bulletin, 45:312-317.
Pugh-Kitingan, Jacqueline. 2014. Brief Communications.
Workshop on Language Documentation of Languages in Sabah, 11-12 August 2014. Borneo Research Bulletin, 45:326-237.
Pugh-Kitingan, Jacqueline. 2014. First Governing Council Meeting of the Borneo
Studies Network. Borneo Research Bulletin, 45:314-315. 3
Pugh-Kitingan, Jacqueline. 2014. Ulasan Buku / Book Review. Performance,
Popular Culture and Piety in Muslim Southeast Asia, edited by Tiimothy P. Daniels. Palgrave Macmillan, 2013. Jurnal Kinabalu, 20:203-212.
Pugh-Kitingan, Jacqueline. 2015. From Ritual Object to Musical Instrument:
The Sound and Place of the Drum and Drumming in Ritual and Non-ritual Contexts among Dusunic Societies of Sabah. In Mohd Anis Md Nor, Patricia Matusky, Tan Sooi Beng, Jacqueline Pugh-Kitingan, Made Hood & Hanafi Hussin (eds.). Interculturalism and the Mobility of the Performing Arts, Sound, Movement, Place – Choreomusicology of Humanly Organized Expression, New Research: Revitalization and Conserving Traditions. Proceedings of the 3rd Symposium of the ICTM Study Group on Performing Arts of Southeast Asia, pp. 181-188. Denpasar, Bali: Institut Seni Indonesia (ISI).
Pugh-Kitingan, Jacqueline & Hanafi Hussin. 2015. Sustainability and Creative
Practices of Intangible Cultural Heritage in Sabah. Kertas kerja untuk The Museum and Sabah’s Heritage—Past Present and Future. Golden Jubliee Seminar and Workshop, 28-30 Julai 2015, G.C. Woolley Hall, Sabah Museum.
Miller, Mark, Jeannet Stephen & Jacqueline Pugh-Kitingan. 2015. Review of
Ethnologue Descriptions of Languages in Sabah—Preliminary Findings. Kertas Kerja untuk International Workshop on Current Issues on Languages in Borneo and Malay Language, 7 September 2015, Faculti Kemanusiaan, Seni dan Warisan, Universiti Malaysia Sabah.
Pugh-Kitingan, Jacqueline. 2015. Musical Dialogues among the Kadazan Dusun
of Tambunan, Sabah, Malaysia. Kertas kerja untuk 38th MSA (Musicological Society of Australia) Conference, 1 – 4 October 2015, Sydney Conservatorium of Music.