Chinese Indonesians: remembering, distorting, forgetting

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Institute of Southeast Asian Studies, 2005 - Social Science - 215 pages
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This volume honours the life and work of Indonesianist, Charles A. Coppel. His interests ranged from history, politics, legal issues, and violence against the Chinese, to culture and religion. The chapters reflect a theme, inspired by his expression, "remembering, distorting, forgetting", which drew attention to misrepresentation of the Chinese.

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Contents

Researching the Margins
1
Bibliography of Charles Coppels Work
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Reconstituting the Ethnic Chinese in PostSoeharto
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Copyright

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