2 edition of Bibliography of Indonesian peoples and cultures found in the catalog.
Bibliography of Indonesian peoples and cultures
by Southeast Asia Studies, Yale University, by arrangement with Human Relations Area Files in New Haven
Written in English
Previous ed., 1945.
|Series||Behavior science bibliographies|
|Contributions||Maretzki, Thomas W., Fischer, H. Th.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xxii, 206 p. :|
|Number of Pages||206|
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ADDRESS. Terry Francois Street San Francisco, CA In this lively book, Benedict R. O'G. Anderson explores the cultural and political contradictions that have arisen from two critical facts in Indonesian history: that while the Indonesian nation is young, the Indonesian nation is ancient originating in the early seventeenth-century Dutch conquests; and that contemporary politics are conducted in a new language.5/5(1).
The first edition of this bibliography was published as a page pdf addendum to: J.T. van Gorsel () A bibliography and brief history of Indonesia geology literature. Proc. 33rd Ann. Conv. Indonesian Petroleum Association, Jakarta , vol. 1, p. (on CD-ROM edition). Some 2, miles off the coast of Chile, Rapa Nui, Proudly powered by WordPress. Theme: Coraline by
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Free shipping for many products. Though the Republic of Indonesia is only fifty years old, Indonesian societies have a long history during which local and wider cultures were formed. About C.E., small states that were deeply influenced by Indian civilization began to develop in Southeast Asia, primarily at estuaries of major rivers.
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HardCover by Raymond Kennedy. KENNEDY: BIBLIOGRAPHY OF INDONESIAN PEOPLES AND CULTURES Journalof the Royal AsiatioSooi ety, Malayan Branoh, Singapore. Journalof the Royal Asiatic Soci ety, Straits Branch. Singapore. Journalof the Siam Sooiety. Bang-kok. Jahresbericht des Vereinsfür Erd kunde zu Dresden.
Dresden. Die Katholisohen Missionen. Louis. Book p.: maps ; 28 cm. Ethnology -- Indonesia -- Bibliography. Notes: Reproduced from type-written copy. Other format: Online version: Kennedy, Raymond, Bibliography of Indonesian peoples and cultures.
OCLC: Online: COVID Special Access from HathiTrust — Full text access only for students, active faculty, and. Indonesia, the world's largest Muslim nation, is now in the midst of dramatic upheaval.
This history of Indonesia provides an overview from the prehistoric period to the present and explores the connections between the nation's many communities and the differences that propel contemporary breakaway movements.?Taylor's approach challenges and opens the mind.”?Jaime James, Los Angeles Times 4/5(4).
The large population also brings about the diversity of cultures, ethnicities, religions, and languages that are found in everyday life. One nation, one country, and one language As one of the world’s most diverse countries, diversity is a central feature of Indonesian culture.
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Like much of modern anthropology, Creating Indonesian Cultures breaks completely with that stereotype. Of the ten essays it contains, all except one deal either with the Indonesian core (Java and Bali) or with aspects of Indonesian national culture.
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Indonesia is centrally-located along ancient trading routes between the Far East, South Asia and the Middle East, resulting in many cultural practices being strongly influenced by a multitude of religions, including Islam, Hinduism, Buddhism, Confucianism, and.
The development of anthropology in Indonesia is based on a vast accumulation of records on Indonesian peoples and cultures left by foreign visitors who had come to the islands from time immemorial. Compared to the records left by the Chinese, Indians, and Arab merchants who had visited the islands centuries ago, those left by the earliest Cited by: 4.
Indonesians (Indonesian: orang Indonesia) are citizens or people of Indonesia, regardless of their racial, ethnic or religious background. There are about ethnicities in Indonesia, a multicultural archipelagic country with a diversity of languages, culture and religious beliefs.
The population of Indonesia according to the national census was million, and it was estimated to Malaysia: est 2, (). Kemp, Herman C.
Annotated Bibliography of Bibliographies on Indonesia. Leiden: KITLV Press, (Ref Z I v) (Bibliographical series. Koninklijk Instituut voor Taal- Land- en Volkenkunde (Netherlands)) Kennedy, Raymond. Bibliography of Indonesian peoples and cultures. 2d rev. by Thomas W. Maretzki and H. Fischer.
New Haven. Indonesia bibliography Listed below are details of a few books (from my own collection) which feature the textiles of Indonesia. Some books are solely devoted to a particular aspect of culture, including textiles, whilst others include a few pages of information within a wider study.
(shelved 8 times as indonesian-authors) avg rating — 24, ratings — published. Bibliography of Indonesian Peoples and Cultures. By RAYMOND KENNEDY. (New Haven, Yale University Press, pp. $) Although this work very closely resembles another, entitled Netherlands East Indies: A Bibliography of Books Published After Ig93o, and Periodical Articles AfterAvailable in U.
S. Libraries and published by the Library.as some on geology, botany, and zoology. However, the Bibliography concentrated on the peoples and cultures of the Indies.
Classification was first by islands, then by peoples or tribes. To facilitate use by the general reader, maps were incorporated which showed the locations of the peoples listed. Since the majority of articles were in Dutch,Author: Clement W. Meighan. Indonesia, the worlds largest Muslim nation, is now in the midst of dramatic upheaval.
This history of Indonesia provides an overview from the prehistoric period to the present and explores the connections between the nations many communities and the differences that propel contemporary breakaway movements/5.