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Conflict, violence, and displacement in Indonesia /
Eva-Lotta E. Hedman, editor.
imprint
Ithaca, N.Y. : Southeast Asia Program, Cornell University, 2008.
description
304 p. : ill., maps ; 26 cm
ISBN
0877277451 (Paper), 9780877277453 (Paper)
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imprint
Ithaca, N.Y. : Southeast Asia Program, Cornell University, 2008.
isbn
0877277451 (Paper)
9780877277453 (Paper)
catalogue key
7290924
 
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This volume foregrounds the dynamics of displacement and the experiences of internal refugees uprooted by conflict and violence in Indonesia. Contributors examine internal displacement in the context of militarized conflict and violence in East Timor, Aceh, and Papua, and in other parts of Outer Island Indonesia during the transition from authoritarian rule. The volume also explores official and humanitarian discourses on displacement and their significance for the politics of representation.
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This volume foregrounds the dynamics of displacement and the experiences of internal refugees uprooted by conflict and violence in Indonesia. Contributors examine internal displacement in the context of militarized conflict and violence in East Timor, Aceh, and Papua, and in other parts of Outer Island Indonesia during the transition from authoritarian rule. The volume also explores official and humanitarian discourses on displacement and their significance for the politics of representation.

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Studies on Southeast Asia 45 This volume foregrounds the dynamics of displacement and the experiences of internal refugees uprooted by conflict and violence in Indonesia. Contributors examine internal displacement in the context of militarized conflict and violence in East Timor, Aceh, and Papua, and in other parts of Outer Island Indonesia during the transition from authoritarian rule. The volume also explores official and humanitarian discourses on displacement and their significance for the politics of representation.
Main Description
This volume foregrounds the dynamics of displacement and the experiences of internal refugees uprooted by conflict and violence in Indonesia. Contributors examine internal displacement in the context of militarized conflict and violence in East Timor, Aceh, and Papua, and in other parts of Outer Island Indonesia during the transition from authoritarian rule. The volume also explores official and humanitarian discourses on displacement and their significance for the politics of representation. Book jacket.
Table of Contents
Acknowledgmentsp. 1
Introduction: Dynamics of Displacement in Indonesiap. 3
The Manifold Meanings of Displacement: Explaining Inter-Religious Violence, 1999-2001p. 29
Violence and Displacement in West Kalimantanp. 61
People Power: A Comparative History of Forced Displacement in East Timorp. 87
Place and Displacement in the Aceh Conflictp. 119
Refuge, Displacement, and Dispossession: Responses to Indonesian Rule and Conflict in Papuap. 147
Reconsidering Displacement and Internally Displaced Persons from Posop. 173
Where Do We Go from Here? The Politics of Ending Displacement in Post-Conflict North Malukup. 207
Spontaneity, Conspiracy, and Rumor: The Politics of Framing Violence in Central Kalimantanp. 231
Back to the Barracks: Relokasi Pengungsi in Post-Tsunami Acehp. 249
Ghosts with Trauma: Global Imaginaries and the Politics of Post-Conflict Memoryp. 275
Contributorsp. 303
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