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To live as brothers: southeast Sumatra in the seventeenth and eighteenth centuries

1994 ChoiceReviews  
Between 1796 and 1800 the Company went into liquidation and its affairs were administered by a committee.  ...  The letters and reports are bound in volumes, each of which has a separate number preceded by the initials VOC.  ...  The effort to control access to J ambi proved a fruitless exercise.  ... 
doi:10.5860/choice.32-0454 fatcat:yikxb2xuivg7nn7rp4zeavl4dy

Performing Power: Cultural Hegemony, Identity, and Resistance in Colonial Indonesia

Arnout van der Meer
By the early s, Java's stores o ered the most modern Palm Beach gabardine suits from Europe.  ...  However, at the same time, the tone of the debate in both the colonial and vernacular press hardened considerably.  ...  In turn, regencies were divided into districts managed by district heads, or wedana.  ... 
doi:10.7298/h0cn-4s91 fatcat:ebxescx2dbhkdjnwrvsjg77xoq

Herschthal_columbia_0054D_14048.pdf [article]

Even by the 1830s, when the movement was taken over by a more radical, less elite multiracial coalition, scientific arguments continued to influence antislavery arguments.  ...  After the Dutch took back control in 1817, they continued Raffles' anti-slave trade policies and eventually abolished slavery in 1860.  ...  Indian islands, which was largely controlled by the Dutch.  ... 
doi:10.7916/d8988k87 fatcat:lwitwsxgsrhhzcydtue2vsnkxu

The Political Thought of Tan Malaka

Oliver Crawford, Apollo-University Of Cambridge Repository, Apollo-University Of Cambridge Repository, Tim Harper
Mrázek to be an implicit criticism of Javanese culture, itself heavily influenced by Hinduism, and a promotion of the Minangkabau virtues of rationality ('akal') and adventurous travel among youths (the  ...  These are all accessible through the KITLV archive at Leiden.  ...  He appeared to combine the romance of a 'scarlet pimpernel' with the intellectual rigour and organizational discipline of a hardened revolutionary.  ... 
doi:10.17863/cam.35261 fatcat:gyuovuodrvbqlkhxhocjiojihq

Historical films and the Asian nations: struggles for independence and emancipation – a gendered perspective

Wan Aida Wan Yahaya
This thesis explores in detail fourteen historical films about Asian nations, most made by indigenous production companies and directors from the countries depicted in the films.  ...  A primary concern raised by the thesis is the question of the adequacy of historical films to the representation of the modern history of some of the nations under discussion.  ...  Patel is standing in a position elevated on a stage above the crowd gathered around him.  ... 
doi:10.4225/03/58901ca16974a fatcat:rvgua7qy7rbmddkltk5pra7yf4