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Koninklijk Instituut voor Taal-, Land-, en Volkenkunde
This series presents Indonesian primary sources that have been translated and annotated in English.
This series publishes lavishly illustrated books in the Dutch language on the former Dutch colonies intended for a more general audience.
Edited by Merle Ricklefs and Bruce Lockhart, National University of Singapore
Brill’s Southeast Asian Library (SEAL) presents scholarly readers with outstanding scholarship covering all regions of Southeast Asia, on topics from the past to the present day. Featuring both monographs and edited volumes, it offers rigorously peer-reviewed and enduring contributions from the ...
Series edited by Gerry van Klinken, KITLV, and Edward Aspinall, Australian National University
The series examines social struggles and their connection with the particularity of places in Southeast Asia. It embraces an ecumenicity of innovative approaches within the humanities, social and political sciences, while retaining a central role for ‘power’ and ‘place’.
Edited by Bart Barendregt KITLV, Leiden and Ariel Heryanto Australian National University
The subseries deals with media in Southeast Asia. Both old and new media, mass, alternative and grass roots, both today and in the past.
Edited by Leonard Blussé
The archives of the Dutch East India Company are the most important, in many cases the sole source of written information on Monsoon Asia in the seventeenth and eighteenth century. Most of the papers found in VOC archives were produced by locally-stationed Company officials, but much was also ...
Edited by Rosemarijn Hoefte KITLV, Leiden and Henk Schulte Nordholt, KITLV, Leiden
This series mainly includes studies on the cultural anthropology of Indonesia, as well on ethnology and linguistics of the area.
Tod Jones, Curtin University
In Culture, Power, and Authoritarianism in the Indonesian State, Tod Jones provides a critical history of cultural policy in one of the world’s most diverse nations across the tumultuous twentieth century.
G. Roger Knight
In Commodities and Colonial Production, G.Roger Knight provides an account of colonial Indonesia's world-class sugar industry from the 1880s through to the beginning of the Second World War.
Dave McRae, Lowy Institute for International Policy, Sydney
Nine years of violent conflict between Christians and Muslims in Poso from 1998-2007 elevated a previously little known district in eastern Indonesia to national and global prominence. Drawing on a decade of research, for the most part conducted while the conflict was ongoing, this book ...
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