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by Jennifer Lindsay,Maya Liem

eBook Heirs to World Culture: Being Indonesian, 1950-1965 (Verhandelingen Van Het Koninklijk Instituut Voor Taal-, Land) epub
  • ISBN: 9067183792
  • Author: Jennifer Lindsay,Maya Liem
  • Genre: Social Sciences
  • Subcategory: Social Sciences
  • Language: English
  • Publisher: Brill (January 1, 2012)
  • Pages: 529 pages
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Verhandelingen van het Koninklijk Instituut voor Taal-, Land- en Volkenkunde, Volume: 27.

This volume brings together new scholarship by Indonesian and non-Indonesian scholars on Indonesia’s cultural history from 1950-1965. Indonesia used cultural networks of the time, including those of the Cold War, to announce itself on the world stage

This volume brings together new scholarship by Indonesian and non-Indonesian scholars on Indonesia's cultural history from 1950-1965

This volume brings together new scholarship by Indonesian and non-Indonesian scholars on Indonesia's cultural history from 1950-1965. Indonesia used cultural networks of the time, including those of the Cold War, to announce itself on the world stage.

Being Indonesian 1950-1965. Being Indonesian 1950-1965. Heirs to world culture. V E r h a n D e L I n g e n van het koninklijk instituut voor taal-, land- en volkenkunde. 274. KITLV Press Leiden 2012. 1 heirs to world culture 1950-1965 an introduction Jennifer Lindsay.

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This volume brings together new scholarship by Indonesian and non-Indonesian scholars on Indonesia’s cultural history from 1950-1965

This volume brings together new scholarship by Indonesian and non-Indonesian scholars on Indonesia’s cultural history from 1950-1965.

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This volume brings together new scholarship by Indonesian and non-Indonesian scholars on Indonesia's cultural history from 1950-1965. During the new nation's first decade and a half, Indonesia's links with the world and its sense of nationhood were vigorously negotiated on the cultural front.Indonesia used cultural networks of the time, including those of the Cold War, to announce itself on the world stage. International links, post-colonial aspirations and nationalistic fervour interacted to produce a thriving cultural and intellectual life at home.Essays discuss the exchange of artists, intellectuals, writing and ideas between Indonesia and various countries; the development of cultural networks; and ways these networks interacted with and influenced cultural expression and discourse in Indonesia.With contributions by Keith Foulcher, Liesbeth Dolk, Hairus Salim HS, Tony Day, Budiawan, Maya H.T. Liem, Jennifer Lindsay, Els Bogaerts, Melani Budianta, Choirotun Chisaan, I Nyoman Darma Putra, Barbara Hatley, Marije Plomp, Irawati Durban Ardjo, Rhoma Dwi Aria Yuliantri and Michael Bodden.Full text (Open Access)
Comments: (2)
Yozshujinn
Editors Jennifer Lindsay and Maya H.T. Liem deserve to be congratulated for putting together this ground-breaking edited volume about the cultural history of Indonesia, 1950-1965. Much has been written about Indonesia in the political sphere of the 1950s and 1960s, but little information about culture is available in the scholarly literature (with a few important exceptions such as Keith Foulcher's work in Literature). Knowledge of the period has been buried, particularly in Indonesia, due to the Indonesian government's effort to erase the PKI (Communist Party of Indonesia) and the Left from the historical record. Until recently, culture of the period has been under-researched and under-theorized. This volume opens up an entirely new space in Indonesian studies for the study of culture in Indonesia during 1950-1965. The 17 articles in this volume place culture at the heart of nation-building by focusing on the social lives, vision(s), and artistic and literary labor of intellectuals, artists, and writers. First, the book presents a great deal of new information about literature, dance, theater, film, and music in the period. Second, the book brings to our attention the cultural histories of groups that have been largely excluded from historical representation (see Budianta's chapter on the Chinese in Malang) and connections among Indonesians and Muslims in other countries through Islamic-inspired literature and film (see chapters by Hairus Salim HS and Choirotun Chisaan). Third, the book places Indonesia "in the world," which was such an important element of being Indonesian in the 1950s and 1960s. (BTW, "Being Indonesian" is a clever and apt subtitle for the book). Each chapter describes a steady flow of "cultural traffic" between Indonesia and abroad (the U.S., Europe, the Middle East, Malaysia, China, USSR, among others). I especially enjoyed the chapters about popular culture of the period (for example, Marije Plomp's chapter on pulp fiction in Medan and Tony Day's analysis of Indonesia-U.S. attitudes as viewed through American films and popular magazines). As stated in Jennifer Lindsay's marvelous introduction, one lacuna in the literature on the 1950s and 1960s is (still) the culture of ordinary citizens. Much more work to be done, but this volume lays the groundwork for a more complete and nuanced understanding of Indonesia, 1950-1965. Bravo!
Kakashkaliandiia
This collection of essays on culture in Indonesia during the Soekarno era is a landmark in Indonesian history, offering many new insights by focusing on specific regions and cities (e.g., Bali, Sunda, South Sulawesi, Medan, Malang), specific forms of cultural expression (e.g., literature, dance, theater), and specific cultural-political movements and organizations (e.g., LEKRA). The coverage of Indonesia's presentation of itself to the larger world is revealed in vivid detail and informed cultural analysis by such seasoned observers of Indonesia as Tony Day and Jennifer Lindsay. The whole collection represents a synergy of expertise, facilitated by extensive interaction among these authors as they prepared their individual contributions, all nicely preceded by a thoughtful introductory essay by Lindsay. This is a must-read, and a must-have book for all scholars of modern Indonesia--regardless of discipline--and should be of real interest to scholars of nationalism and post-colonialism whatever their particular geographical focus.
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