A History of Modern Indonesia Since C. 1200

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Stanford University Press, 2001 - History - 495 pages
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This standard work on the history of Indonesia has been thoroughly revised to incorporate the findings of recent research, and four new chapters have been added to bring the story up to date. This edition is the first to be illustrated, with the addition of 22 drawings and photographs.
  

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Contents

The Coming of Islam
3
General Aspects of PreColonial States
18
The Arrival of the Europeans in Indonesia c 15091620
25
The Rise of New States r l 5001650
36
Literary Religious and Cultural Legacies
59
Struggles for Hegemony 16301800
74
Java 17921830
143
Java 18301900
155
The First Steps towards National Revival c 190027
206
Repression and Economic Crisis 192742
227
The Second World War and the Japanese
247
The Revolution 194550
261
Independent Indonesia
270
Notes a nd References
422
Bibliography
441
Maps
470

The Outer Islands r 18001910
171
A New Colonial Age
193

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About the author (2001)

M. C. Ricklefs has taught at the School of Oriental and African Studies, University of London, and Monash University. He is currently Director of the Melbourne Institute of Asian Languages and Societies at the University of Melbourne

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