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  • Author:
    Susan Rodgers
  • ISBN:
    0520085469
  • ISBN13:
    978-0520085466
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  • Publisher:
    University of California Press (April 19, 1995)
  • Pages:
    348 pages
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    Americas
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American Ethnologist 1996 Vol. 23; Iss. 1. Telling Lives, Telling Story: Autobiography and Historical . Other readers will always be interested in your opinion of the books you've read.

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I teach about Indonesia and this book is the best classroom introduction to modern Indonesian history and 20th . But in '50 Indonesia was newly independent and Radjab is reworking the Indonesian past to fit with Merdeka.

I teach about Indonesia and this book is the best classroom introduction to modern Indonesian history and 20th century Islam in Sumatra. I use the Radjab text. Written in 1950 the autobiography covers the 1910s and '20s - a time of "pergerakan" politics in Minangkabau West Sumatra. Anyway, it's a great teaching resource and if it ever goes out of print then I'm in trouble.

PDF On Jan 1, 1996, Kathleen M. Adams and others published Telling Lives, Telling History: Autobiography and . A short book offering students and visitors an d introduction to key historical and cultural themes in Indonesia

PDF On Jan 1, 1996, Kathleen M. Adams and others published Telling Lives, Telling History: Autobiography and Historical Imagination in Modern Indonesia, by S. Rodgers. A short book offering students and visitors an d introduction to key historical and cultural themes in Indonesia. The book is part of the Key Issues in Asian Studies series (Ass ociation for Asian Studies) and will be out in Sp 2019.

Articles in this journal. Imagining Modern Indonesia via Autobiography. Village Childhood(The Autobiography of a Minangkabau Child). Published: 19 April 1995.

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Susan Rodgers's perceptive introduction illuminates the importance of autobiography in developing historical consciousness and imagining a national future. Издательство: University of California Press.

Telling Lives, Telling History: Autobiography and Historical Imagination in Modern Indonesia. By P. Pospos and Muhamad Radjab. Berkeley: University of California, 1993.

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Country of Publication. Biography: Historical, Political & Military. University of California Press.

These two memoirs, superbly rendered into English for the first time, provide unique windows into the Sumatran past, in particular, and the early twentieth-century history of Southeast Asia, in general. Originally published soon after the Indonesian Revolution (1945-1949) liberated the island chain from Dutch control, these unusually insightful narratives recall the authors' boyhoods in rural Toba Batak and Minangkabau villages

These two memoirs, superbly rendered into English for the first time, provide unique windows into the Sumatran past, in particular, and the early twentieth-century history of Southeast Asia, in general. Originally published soon after the Indonesian Revolution (1945-1949) liberated the island chain from Dutch control, these unusually insightful narratives recall the authors' boyhoods in rural Toba Batak and Minangkabau villages. In reconstructing their own passage into adulthood, the writers inevitably tell the story of their country's turbulent journey from colonial subjugation through revolution to independence. Susan Rodgers's perceptive introduction illuminates the importance of autobiography in developing historical consciousness and imagining a national future.