Indonesi in de Veiligheidsraad van de Verenigde Naties

Indonesi   in de Veiligheidsraad van de Verenigde Naties
Author: Anonim
Publsiher: Unknown
Total Pages: 135
Release: 2022
Genre: Indonesia
ISBN: STANFORD:36105120905679

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Migrations Spontan es en Indon sie

Migrations Spontan  es en Indon  sie
Author: Indonesia. Departemen Transmigrasi,Centre national de la recherche scientifique (France)
Publsiher: IRD Editions
Total Pages: 405
Release: 1993
Genre: Agricultural colonies
ISBN: 2709911469

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Indonesie in de Veiligheidsraad van de Verenigde Naties

Indonesie in de Veiligheidsraad van de Verenigde Naties
Author: Netherlands. Ministerie van Binnenlandse Zaken
Publsiher: Unknown
Total Pages: 135
Release: 1947
Genre: Electronic Book
ISBN: UCAL:B3022835

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Surinaams Javaans Nederlands woordenboek

Surinaams Javaans Nederlands woordenboek
Author: Hein Vruggink,Johan Sarmo
Publsiher: BRILL
Total Pages: 524
Release: 2021-07-26
Genre: Language Arts & Disciplines
ISBN: 9789004487529

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Wat ooit begon als een Surinaams taalproject in Paramaribo in 1980 en later in Nederland werd voortgezet met steun van de stichting Wetenschappelijk Onderzoek van de Tropen (WOTRO), kreeg na twintig jaar zijn beslag in dit woordenboek van het Surinaams-Javaans. Het legt voor de sprekers van deze variant van het Javaans voor het eerst hun taal vast; een taal die een geheel eigen ontwikkeling heeft doorgemaakt.

Indonesi in de Veiligheidsraad van de Verenigde Naties

Indonesi   in de Veiligheidsraad van de Verenigde Naties
Author: Anonim
Publsiher: Unknown
Total Pages: 135
Release: 1948
Genre: Indonesia
ISBN: UOM:39015027995342

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The Christian Slaves of Depok

The Christian Slaves of Depok
Author: Nonja Peters
Publsiher: Cambridge Scholars Publishing
Total Pages: 530
Release: 2021-07-28
Genre: History
ISBN: 9781527573192

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This book recounts the little-known history of Cornelis Chastelein, a high-ranking official of the Dutch East India Company and the 150-200 slaves he purchased from slave markets around South-East Asia, to work his landed estates in the Batavian (Jakarta) hinterlands. It traces the making and unravelling of his dream to create a self-sustaining Christian community of freed slaves in the midst of a Muslim stronghold. To this end, on his death on 28 June 1714, he freed most of his slaves, and bequeathed those who had embraced Christianity, his 1244-hectare Depok estate in ‘collective ownership.’ The book isolates behaviours and events that influenced these Depokkers’ lives after Chastelein’s death, such as endogamy, religion, war, revolution and diaspora. Its main characters are the missionaries bent on Depokkers’ Dutchification, the Japanese invaders who demand obedience to their ‘Asia for the Asians’ thinking, and the Indonesian Pemuda (freedom fighters), who insist Depokkers throw their weight behind the Independence movement. Enslavement made Depokkers inbetweeners. In the Netherlands, they were considered Indonesian, and the Dutch to whom they thought they belonged painfully excluded them. Following the transfer of sovereignty, the Republic of Indonesia confiscated the rice fields of those that stayed and labelled them Belanda Depok (black Hollanders). The history of the Depokkers is a tale of survival in the face of adversity that takes in the dying embers of the Netherlands East Indies and the birth of Indonesia.

Rasa

Rasa
Author: Marc Benamou
Publsiher: Oxford University Press
Total Pages: 344
Release: 2010-09-02
Genre: Music
ISBN: 0199719950

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The complex notion of "rasa," as understood by Javanese musicians, refers to a combination of various qualities, including: taste, feeling, affect, mood, sense, inner meaning, a faculty of knowing intuitively, and deep understanding. This leaves us with a number of questions: how is rasa expressed musically? Who or what has rasa, and what sorts of musical, psychological, perceptual, and sociological distinctions enter into this determination? How is the vocabulary of rasa structured, and what does this tell us about traditional Javanese music and aesthetics? In this first book on the subject, Rasa provides an entry into Javanese music as it is conceived by the people who know the tradition best: the musicians themselves. In one of the most thorough explorations of local aesthetics to date, author Marc Benamou argues that musical meaning is above all connotative - hence, not only learned, but learnable. Following several years performing and researching Javanese music in the regional and national cultural center of Solo, Indonesia, Benamou untangles the many meanings of rasa as an aesthetic criterion in Javanese music, particularly in court and court-derived gamelan traditions. While acknowledging that certain universal psychological tendencies may inspire parallel interpretations of musical meaning, Rasa demonstrates just how culturally specific such accrued, shared meanings can be.

War Magic

War Magic
Author: Douglas Farrer
Publsiher: Berghahn Books
Total Pages: 180
Release: 2016-09-01
Genre: Social Science
ISBN: 9781785333309

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This compelling volume explores how war magic and warrior religion unleash the power of the gods, demons, ghosts, and the dead. Documenting war magic and warrior religion as they are performed in diverse cultures and across historical time periods, this volume foregrounds embodiment, practice, and performance in anthropological approaches to magic, sorcery, shamanism, and religion. The authors go beyond what magic ‘represents’ to consider what magic does. From Chinese exorcists, Javanese spirit siblings, and black magic in Sumatra to Tamil Tiger suicide bombers, Chamorro spiritual re-enchantment, tantric Buddhist war magic, and Yanomami dark shamans, religion and magic are re-evaluated not just from the practitioner’s perspective but through the victim’s lived experience. These original investigations reveal a nuanced approach to understanding social action, innovation, and the revitalization of tradition in colonial and post-colonial societies undergoing rapid social transformation.

The Wilopo Cabinet 1952 1953

The Wilopo Cabinet  1952 1953
Author: Herbert Feith
Publsiher: Equinox Publishing
Total Pages: 244
Release: 2009
Genre: History
ISBN: 9786028397155

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The Wilopo Cabinet was something of a watershed in post-revolutionary Indonesian politics. During its fourteen months of existence important changes developed in the constellation of political power among the major political parties, the President, and the army. And within one of the major parties there occurred a shift in the relative strength of leadership groups of such importance as to bring about significant changes in the party's political posture and in its relationship with several of the other parties. It was during this period that cabinet government was seriously undermined and parliament lost much of its prestige and power; and it was during these fourteen months that were set in train many of the developments which have dominated Indonesian political life in the last few years. The key political events of this period are complex and confusing and have generally been but imperfectly understood outside of Indonesia. Yet failure to understand them can result in more than inability to understand the period itself. It will also make difficult any full and sound comprehension of the important developments of the past few years. Herbert Feith, in my judgment, has probed much further into the events of this period than any other non-Indonesian scholar. He has searched out a great deal of significant new data which he has analyzed with tools sharpened by long residence and research in Indonesia, interviews with many knowledgeable Indonesians and a full mastery of the Indonesian language. I believe he has presented as clear a picture of an important period of Indonesian history and of its shaping of subsequent events as is likely to emerge for some time. - George McT. Kahin ABOUT THE AUTHOR Herbert Feith (1930-2001) became familiar with Indonesia during 1951-53 and 1954-56 when he was an English Language Assistant with the Ministry of Information of the Republic of Indonesia. A citizen of Australia, he received an M.A. degree from the University of Melbourne in 1955 and a Ph.D. from Cornell University in 1961. He was a Research Fellow in the Department of Pacific History, Australian National University, from 1960 to 1962 and was Chair of Politics at Monash University from 1968 until 1974.

Bryophytes

Bryophytes
Author: Matt von Konrat
Publsiher: Magnolia Press
Total Pages: 278
Release: 2010
Genre: Bryophytes
ISBN: 9781869775971

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Modern Quaternary Research in Southeast Asia Volume 18

Modern Quaternary Research in Southeast Asia  Volume 18
Author: Susan G. Keates,Juliette M. Pasveer
Publsiher: CRC Press
Total Pages: 394
Release: 2021-06-24
Genre: Technology & Engineering
ISBN: 9781000722826

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Written for researchers, university lecturers and advanced undergraduate and postgraduate students in all fields of archaeological and anthropological study, this collection features new research from different excavation sites around Indonesia together with pioneering expert analysis. Groundbreaking new theories on early colonization feature alongside a thorough and up-to-date examination of field methods and techniques, and valuable insight into human development in Indonesia and beyond. Focused on Java and Sulawesi, these research findings highlight important recent advances in quaternary research. Results from a cave excavation in Southern Java provide a much-needed long-term palaeoclimatic record, based on a lowland pollen sequence from Central Java, while the contributions from South Sulawesi include a pioneering archaeobotanical analysis, a new hypothesis on the earliest human colonisation of this island, and an attempt to reconstruct preceramic human biological population affinities. In addition, the little-known archaeology of the tiny island of Roti is presented and discussed here, with particular attention on prehistoric survival in an impoverished island environment.

Thematic List of Descriptors anthropology

Thematic List of Descriptors  anthropology
Author: Comité international pour l'information et la documentation en sciences sociales,International Committee for Social Science Information and Documentation,International Committee for Social Science Information and Documentation Staff,International Committe for Social Scienc,C International
Publsiher: Psychology Press
Total Pages: 522
Release: 1989
Genre: Reference
ISBN: 0415017769

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A companion volume to the International Bibliography of the Social Sciences, the Thematic List of Descriptors will be a valuable tool for all those contributing to the development of information systems in the social sciences.

Het Geestesleven Der Volken Van Indonesi

Het Geestesleven Der Volken Van Indonesi
Author: J de Jong (of Groningen.)
Publsiher: Unknown
Total Pages: 119
Release: 1946
Genre: Indonesia
ISBN: UCAL:B2841491

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Child Mortality and Population Pressure in the D I Jogjakarta Java Indonesia

Child Mortality and Population Pressure in the D I  Jogjakarta  Java  Indonesia
Author: Maarten Timmer
Publsiher: Unknown
Total Pages: 504
Release: 1961
Genre: Children
ISBN: UCAL:B2665201

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Periodicals for South East Asian Studies

Periodicals for South East Asian Studies
Author: South-East Asia Library Group
Publsiher: Burns & Oates
Total Pages: 610
Release: 1979
Genre: Asia, Southeastern
ISBN: UCSC:32106005030256

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