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Yapi Tambayong/Remy Sylado, Kamus bahasa dan budaya Manado. Jakarta: Gramedia Pustaka Utama, 2007, xliv + 389 pages. ISBN 979-22-2501-3. Price: IDR 70.000.00 (soft cover). Meij, Dick van der
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Wacana kolonial dalam film Moeder Dao, de schildpadgelijkende Soegiarto, Jugiarie
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Documentary maker Vincent Monnikendam compiled the film Mother Dao, theturtlelike (1995) from more than 200 titles of archived films of the Dutch-Indies,shot between 1912 to ca. 1933. This film is neither a remake nor an editedversion, but a kind of collage from those hundreds of archival films, all weresilent. Monnikendam re-arranged the images and provided them with a newsound frame, consisting of songs, chantings and poems, in Indonesian, OldJavanese, and Sundanese. This new composition is not just creative but alsoquite provocative. With this arrangement the cineast wanted to show that therewas something not quite right with colonialism. Through the new compositionof images and the sound framing we can observe the power relation betweenthe colonizer and the colonized. There are contrasts between the colonial andthe colonized, literally as well as metaphorically. These contrasts raised somequestions about the colonial discourse.
Dejima VOC dan rangaku Wibawarta, Bambang
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Japan and the Netherlands have maintained a special relationship for about 300years since the adoption of the National Seclusion policy, the so-called sakoku bythe Tokugawa shogunate (1603-1867). The Dutch began trading with Japan andengaging with Japanese society in 1600, when a Dutch ship, De Liefde, arrived inKyushu. The Tokugawa government measures regarding foreign policy includedregulations on foreign access to Japan and a prohibition on Japanese goingabroad. Between the middle of the seventeenth to the early nineteenth century,Japan was characterized by a stable political pattern in which representativesof the VOC (Dutch East India Company), were the only Europeans with a rightto trade in Japan. In the course of this period, the Japanese evaluation of theDutch changed from regarding them as commercial agents to seeing them asimporters of European knowledge. This paper is especially concerned with theinfluence of the so-called ‘Dutch Studies’ (rangaku) on the early modernizationof Japan, especially with regard to medicine and the natural sciences. Thisresearch examines the development of rangaku and the trading between Japanand VOC at Dejima.
Rob van Albada dan Th. Pigeaud, Javaans-Nederlands woordenboek. Leiden: KITLV Uitgeverij, 2007, xxxii + 1.086 hlm. ISBN 978-90-6718-308-9. Harga: EUR 49,50 (hard cover). Suratminto, Lilie
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Mengabadikan estetika Fotografi dalam promosi pariwisata kolonial di Hindia-Belanda Sunjayadi, Achmad
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When the first technology of photography came to the Netherlands-Indies inthe nineteenth century, it was only used for government purposes and wasnot yet meant for public consumption. On the other hand, the rise of colonialtourism in the Netherlands-Indies in the early twentieth century required amedium for promotion. Photographs were the right choice because, as the sayinggoes, pictures could tell more than words. Photographs for colonial tourismpromotions were produced in various forms such as postcards, illustrations inmagazines and guide books, and were published by the colonial governmentas well as by private publishers. This article discusses the role of photographyin colonial tourism in the Netherlands-Indies and its influence in the process to‘find Indonesia’. The sources used are taken from published postcard collections,magazines, guide books, and also published government archives.
Ali Akbar. Zaman Prasejarah di Jakarta dan Sekitarnya. Depok: Fakultas Ilmu Pengetahuan Budaya Universitas Indonesia, 2008, xiii + 160 hlm. Soft cover. Permana, R. Cecep Eka
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Sepucuk surat dari seorang bangsawan Gowa di tanah pembuangan (Ceylon) Suryadi, Suryadi
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This paper looks at an early nineteenth-century Malay letter from a land of exile,Ceylon (present Sri Lanka). The letter, written in Colombo, was dated 3 January1807 and is in Leiden University Library MS Cod.Or.2241-I 25 [Klt 21/no.526]. Itwas written by Siti Hapipa, the widow of the exiled Sultan Fakhruddin AbdulKhair al-Mansur Baginda Usman Batara Tangkana Gowa, the 26th king of theGowa Sultanate of South Sulawesi who reigned from 1753 until 1767. He wasbanished by the Dutch (Vereenigde Oost-Indische Compagnie, VOC) to Ceylonin 1767 on a charge of conspiracy with the British to oppose the VOC tradingmonopoly in eastern Indonesia. Although many studies of Malay letters exist,letters from the lands of exile like such as the one discussed in this article havereceived less scholarly attention. Also remarkable is that this is one of the rareeighteenth- and nineteenth-centuries Malay letters written by a female. Settingthe scene with a historical sketch of the eighteenth and the early nineteenthcentury in colonial Ceylon and the Netherlands East Indies, this paper providesthe transliteration of Siti Hapipa’s letter in Roman script, through which Ithen analyse the socio-economic and political aspects of the family of SultanFakhruddin in their exile in Colombo.
Yohanes Manhitu, Kamus Indonesia-Tetun, Tetun-Indonesia. Jakarta: Gramedia Pustaka Utama, 2007, xxvi + 487 hlm. ISBN: 979-22-2954-x. Harga: Rp90.000,00 (soft cover). Engelenhoven, Aone van
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Media dan monopoli dagang Percetakan dan penerbitan di Indonesia pada masa VOC Kasijanto, Kasijanto
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This article addresses the research on media history in Indonesia. The VOC(Vereenigde Oost-Indische Compagnie) period of the seventeenth/eighteenthcentury, also known as the early modern period, is regarded as a starting pointin this study. It was during this time that printing machines were imported fromEurope by the VOC authorities. The availability of paper and printing ink alsomade it possible for the production of printed matter such as forms, books, andother material. The first known printed media was the Bataviasche Nouvelles,which served as a kind of newspaper. This period saw three types of publishinghouses: (1) urban publishing; (2) publishing houses working under contract; and(3) royal publishing houses. Basically however, all these different publishingactivities were aimed at supporting the existence of the VOC. Publishingcompanies were generally engaged in providing service to the Church andmeeting the VOC’s administrative requirements. Communication media, basedon enhancing freedom of opinion and disseminating information, would pose aproblem as it would come face to face with VOC’s power monopoly.
Hermina Sutami, Kamus dasar Mandarin-Indonesia汉语- 印尼语 基础词典 Hànyŭ – Yìnníyŭ Jīchŭ Cídiăn, Jakarta: Gramedia Pustaka Utama, 2006, lv + 336 hlm. ISBN 979-22-1290-6. Harga: Rp60.000,00 (soft cover). Kencono, Dilah
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