Chinese Indonesians: Remembering, Distorting, Forgetting

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Timothy Lindsey, Helen Pausacker, Charles A. Coppel
Institute of Southeast Asian Studies, 2005 - Social Science - 215 pages
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This volume honours, and reflects on, the life and work of the Australian Indonesianist, Charles A. Coppel. His interests - reflected in this volume - are broad, ranging from history, politics, legal issues, and violence against the Chinese, through to culture and religion. The chapters in the volume, contributed by scholars from Australia, Indonesia, Europe, and Singapore, also all reflect a theme, inspired by Charles Coppel's expression, "remembering, distorting, forgetting", by which he drew attention to misrepresentations of the Chinese, seeking to locate the realities behind the myths that form the basis for the racism and xenophobia the Chinese have often experienced in Indonesia.

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Researching the Margins
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The Chinese and the Early Centuries of Conversion
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June 1998October 1999
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