Mapping the Acehnese Past

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R. Michael Feener, Patrick Daly, Anthony Reed
BRILL, 1 Jan 2011 - 316 halaman
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Aceh has become best known in our times for its twin disasters—the worst earthquake and tsunami of modern times in December 2004, and a long-running separatist conflict that rent Indonesia for most of its independent history. Although this book emerged from the process of recovery from those traumas, it turns the spotlight on a more positive and neglected claim Aceh has on our attention, as the Southeast Asian maritime state that most successfully and creatively maintained its independent place in the world until 1874. Like Burma, Siam and Vietnam, all better protected by geography, Aceh has its own story to tell of a unique culture struggling for survival through the European colonial era.
 

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CHAPTER I The Acehnese past and its present state of study R Michael Feener
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CHAPTER II Aceh as a fi eld for ancient history studies Daniel Perret
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CHAPTER III Aceh as crucible of Muslim Malay literature Teuku Iskandar
39
CHAPTER IV OttomanAceh relations as documented in Turkish sources İsmail Hakkı Göksoy
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CHAPTER V Aceh through Portuguese eyes Views of a Southeast Asian port city Jorge Santos Alves
97
CHAPTER VI Gold silver and lapis lazuli Royal letters from Aceh in the seventeenth century1 Annabel Teh Gallop
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CHAPTER VII The jewel affair The sultana her orang kaya and the Dutch foreign envoys Sher Banu AL Khan
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CHAPTER VIII Writing history The Acehnese embassy to Istanbul 18491852 İsmail Hakkı Kadı ACS Peacock and Annabel Teh Gallop
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CHAPTER IX Exploring Acehnese understandings of jihad A study of the Hikayat prang sabi Amirul Hadi
183
CHAPTER X Aceh histories in the KITLV images archive Jean Gelman Taylor1
199
Appendices
241
Glossary
279
Contributors
285
Index
289
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