- Ricklefs, M. C. [author]
- Springer eBooks
- A history of modern Indonesia, c. 1300 to the present.
- Second Edition.
- London : Macmillan Education UK : Imprint: Palgrave 1993
- Bibliography: p326-350. - Includes index.
- Previous ed. published as: A history of modern Indonesia - c1300 to the present : 1981.
- List of Maps -- Preface to First Edition -- Preface to Second Edition -- A Note on Orthography -- Abbreviations -- PART 1 THE EMERGENCE OF THE MODERN ERA -- The Coming of Islam General Aspects of Pre-Colonial States and Major Empires, c1300-1500 -- The Arrival of the Europeans in Indonesia, c1509-1620 -- The Rise of New States, c1500-1650 -- Literary, Religious and Cultural Legacies -- PART 2 STRUGGLES FOR HEGEMONY, c1630-1800 -- Eastern Indonesia, c1630-1800 -- Java, c1640-82 -- Java, Madura and the VOC, c1680-1745 -- Java and the VOC, c1745-92 -- PART 3 THE CREATION OF A COLONIAL STATE, c1800-1910 -- Java, 1792-1830 -- Java, 1830-1900 -- The Outer Islands, c1800-1910 -- PART 4 THE EMERGENCE OF THE IDEA OF INDONESIA, c1900-42 -- A New Colonial Age -- The First Steps towards National Revival, c1900-27 -- Repression and Economic Crisis, 1927-42 -- PART 5 -- THE DESTRUCTION OF THE COLONIAL STATE, 1942-50 -- World War II and the Japanese Occupation, 1942-5 -- The Revolution, 1945-50 -- PART 6 INDEPENDENT INDONESIA -- The Democratic Experiment, 1950-7 -- Guided Democracy, 1957-65 -- Creating the New Order, 1965-75 -- The New Order since 1975 -- Notes and References -- Bibliography -- Maps -- Index.
- Ricklefs, M. C. (Merle Calvin) 1943-. History of modern Indonesia - c1300 to the present.
- Printed edition:: ; ISBN: 9780333576892
- Printed edition:: ; ISBN: 9780333576908
- Printed edition:: ; ISBN: 9781349227013
- This book is a comprehensive introductory text on the history of Indonesia since the arrival of Islam ca.1300 to the present day. An essential narrative of political history is provided together with details of social, cultural and economic affairs. Emphasis is given to the history of the Indonesian people themselves against the background of the formation of the Indonesian nation by an amalgamation of diverse but related ethnic communities. The whole period since the coming of Islam is surveyed with particular attention to major influences such as: the spread of Islam; cultural traditions; Dutch colonisation; Islamic revivalism; anti-colonialism and independence. This book will assist the serious study of the past and present of a state which is the most populous of Southeast Asia and of the Islamic world, a major oil producer and yet one of the poorest nations on earth. In this, the second edition, Professor Ricklefs includes further historiography and relevant facts since the book's first publication in 1981, bringing his history of Indonesia completely up-to-date.
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|University of Aberdeen Libraries: Sir Duncan Rice Library, Floor 3||959.8 Ric|
|University of Birmingham Libraries: OLRC (Selly Oak), Collection||959.8|
|University of Bristol Libraries: Research Reserve (contact University of Bristol Library staff)||Store 313422||7 day loan (Research Reserve)|
|British Library: Document Supply Services||93/10627|
|British Library: Humanities and Social Sciences, St Pancras Reading Rooms||YC.1993.b.4202|
|British Museum Library: Asia Library||DS634 .R52|
|University of Cambridge Libraries: South Asian Studies Library: Main Library||(596):091|
|University of Cambridge Libraries: University Library: Order in West Room (Not borrowable)||1993.9.2193||paperback issue|
|University of Cambridge Libraries: University Library: North Front, Floor 6||634:2.c.95.26|
|University of Edinburgh Libraries: Main Library (STANDARD LOAN) - 2nd floor||DS634 Ric.|
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|University of Hull: BJL 5th Floor||DS 634 R5|
|Keele University: Campus Library||DS634 .R4|
|University of Leeds Library: Brotherton Library Main Building, level 2||Modern History N-55 RIC|
|University of Leeds Library: Laidlaw Library, level 2||Modern History N-55 RIC|
|University of Leicester Library: David Wilson Library, Floor 3 Blue Zone||959.8 RIC|
|University of Liverpool Library: Sydney Jones Library||DS634.R53|
|University of Manchester Library: Contact the Main Library||991|
|University of Manchester Library: Main Library: Blue Area Floor 3||991|
|National Library of Scotland: General Reading Room, Edinburgh (stored onsite)||HP2.94.488|
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|Newcastle University Libraries: Research Reserve: Team Valley (General)||959.8 RIC|
|University of Oxford Libraries: Balliol College Library||0460 f 004|
|University of Oxford Libraries: Bodleian Library: Lower Gladstone Link Open Shelves||(UBHU) M93.E06386|
|University of Oxford Libraries: Bodleian Library||M93.E06967|
|University of Oxford Libraries: Magdalen College Library: Longwall Library||959.8 RIC 1993|
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