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Title The Indonesia reader : history, culture, politics / edited by Tineke Hellwig and Eric Tagliacozzo.

Publication Info. Durham : Duke University Press, 2009.
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 Nichols Adult Nonfiction  959.8 IND    AVAILABLE
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Description x, 477 pages : illustrations, map ; 24 cm
Series World readers.
Bibliography Includes bibliographical references and index.
Contents Early histories -- The Kutei inscriptions in Borneo / Anonymous -- The shadow of India / Upendra Thakur -- The genesis of Indonesian archaeology / R. P. Soejono -- Javanese inscriptions / Himansu Bhusan Sarkar -- What was Srivijaya? / George Cœdès -- Srivijaya revisited / Michel Jacq-Hergoualc'h -- Arab navigation in the archipelago / G. R. Tibbetts -- Viewing the Borobudur / Jan Poortenaar -- In praise of Prambanan -- The Nãgarakrtãgama / Mpu Prapañca -- Images Arjuna and Kresna -- Early modern histories -- Ibn Battuta at Pasai / Ibn Battuta -- Chinese Muslims in Java / H. J. de Graaf and Th. F. Pigeaud -- Portuguese sources on products and the Monsoons / Robert Nicholl -- The first Dutch voyage to the Indies, 1596 / Willem LodewijcksZ -- The web of Batik -- An Englishman in Banten / Edmund Scott -- A harem in Aceh -- Contract with Banjarmasin -- General missives of the VOC -- Negara: the theatre state in Bali / Clifford Geertz.
Cultures in collision -- The Tuhfat al-Nafis / Raja Ali al-Haji Riau -- The Hikayat Abdullah / Abdullah bin Abdul Kadir Munshi -- The La Galigo as bugis history / Sirtjo Koolhof -- The Babad Diponegoro in Java / Peter Carey -- Sasak literature of Lombok / Geoffrey Marrison -- Max Havelaar / Multatuli -- A naturalist climbs a mountain / Alfred Russel Wallace -- Surveilling the Arabs / Consulate Officials -- A pioneer of women's rights / Raden Ajeng Kartini -- Chinese coolies to Sumatra / William Pickering -- Through travelers' eyes -- Visiting Banjarmasin / Daniel Beekman -- The lure of spices in the Moluccas -- An Englishman in New Guinea / Thomas Forrest -- Letters from Chinese merchants to Batavia / Leonard Blussé -- Pirates on the Java Sea / George Earl -- Colonial geography in Kei and Flores / C.M. Kan -- Bugis ships of Sulawesi -- Traversing the interior of Palembang / H. H. van Kol -- The zoology of the Indies / L. F. de Beaufort -- The Indonesian Hajj in colonial times.
High colonial Indies -- Chinese traders in the villages / M. R. Fernando and David Bulbeck -- Is opium a genuine evil? / J. Groneman -- River travel in the Padang uplands -- Ethnographic notes on Sumba / J. J. van Alphen -- Advice on Islam / C. Snouck Hurgronje -- Marriage in Minahasa / Anonymous -- Shooting a tiger / Anonymous -- The endless war in Aceh / Aceh Documentation Center -- Beriberi: disease among the troops -- Protestant missions in the Indies / Baron van Boetzelaer van Dubbeldam -- The oceanography of the archipelago / G. F. Tydeman -- The last decades of the Indies -- Java's railways / S. A. Reitsma -- The eruption of Krakatoa / R. A. van Sandick -- Colonizing central Sulawesi / Joost Coté -- The welfare on Java and Madura / Dutch East Indies Welfare Committee -- The Balinese Puputan / Jhr. H. M. Van Weede -- The Sarekat Islam Congress, 1916 / O. S. Tjokroaminoto -- The youth oath / Anonymous -- The adventures of a new language / Benedict R. O'G. Anderson -- Community of exiles in Boven Digul / Mas Marco Katrodikromo -- Out of bounds / Soewarsih Djojopoespito -- Changes in Indonesian society / Sutan Takdir Alisjahbana -- Me and Toba / P. Pospos.
From nationalism to independence -- Government news / Gunseikanbu -- Years of silence / Ruff-O'Herne -- Drawings from a Japanese camp / Mieneke Van Hoogstraten -- Exploring Panca Sila / Sukarno -- Memories of a freedom fighter / Roswitha Djajadiningrat -- Revolutionary poetry / Chairil Anwar -- Straightening out celebes / Raymond Westerling -- The 1948 Madiun incident / Suar Suroso -- The South Moluccan case / Department of Public Information of the Republic of South -- Moluccas -- The old order, the new order; political climate -- The 1955 elections / Herbert Feith -- Joint proclamation text / Abdul Qahhar Mudzakkar -- I am a Papua / Zacharias Sawor -- A soldier stateman / Julius Pour -- The mass killings of 1965/66 / Robert Cribb -- Suharto, my thoughts, words, deeds / Suharto -- Student demonstrations / R. Slamet Iman Santoso -- Cartoons / Sjahrir -- Our struggle against Indonesian aggression / Republica Democratica de Timor Leste.
Social issues and cultural debates -- Cultural workers must lead the way / Amya Iradat -- The 1963 cultural manifesto -- The Chinese minority in Indonesia / Leo Suryadinata -- The young divorcee / Nh. Dini -- Tracing the twilight of Jakarta / Yuyu A. N. Krisna -- The mute's soliloquy / Pramoedya Ananta Toer -- Marsinah accuses / Ratna Sarumpaet -- Why was TEMPO banned? / Team of TEMPO journalists -- Saman / Ayu Utami -- Into the twenty-first century -- Jakarta, February 14, 2039 / Seno Gumira Ajidarma -- Jakarta 2039, forty years after May 13/14, 1998 / Seno Gumira Ajidarma and Zacky -- If PAN wins the election / Amien Rais -- Gays and lesbians in Indonesia / Dédé Oetomo -- The violence in Ambon / Human Rights Watch -- The Bali bombing / interview with Imam Samudera -- Megawati Sukarnoputri / Fabiola Desy Unidjaja -- Saving the Komodo dragons / Indira Permanasari -- Post-tsunami Aceh / Scott Baldauf -- The Danish cartoon controversy / Susilo Bambang Yudhoyono -- The politics of bare flesh / Desi Anwar.
Subject Indonesia -- History.
Indonesia -- Civilization.
Indonesia -- Social conditions.
Indonesia -- Politics and government.
Added Author Hellwig, Tineke.
Tagliacozzo, Eric.
ISBN 9780822344247 (pbk. : alk. paper)
0822344246 (pbk. : alk. paper)
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