Artikel-artikel (Kajian) Ilmiah Geoffrey Robinson Tentang Genosida 1965-1966 – Geoffrey Robinson Articles on Indonesian Genocide/Massacre 1965-1966

1965 Today: Living with the Indonesian Massacres Martijn
Eickhoff, Gerry van Klinken & Geoffrey Robinson

Seri Kompilasi Kajian Ilmiah Genosida 1965-1966 

Asvi Warman Adam,Baskara T. WardayaAriel Heryanto,Robert CribbAnnie PohlmanJohn RoosaSaksia WieringaKatharine McGregorPeter Dale ScottBenedict AndersonVannessa HearmanJess MelvinNoam ChomskyBradley Simpson, Geoffrey RobinsonGreg PoulgrainAlex de JongAndre VltchekTaomo Zhou Soe Tjen Marching, Peter Kasenda, Aiko Kurasawa,Vijay Prashad,Akihisa Matsuno  , Ruth Indiah RahayuNathaniel MehrAdam Hughes Henry Henri Chambert-Loir, Wim F.Wertheim, Steven FarramSri Lestari Wahyuningroem , Joss WibisonoLeslie Dwyer – Degung Santikarma, Vincent Bevins,Wijaya Herlambang, Budiawan, Ong Hok HamRex Mortimer, Olle Törnquist, Max Lane, Hilmar Farid , Michael G. Vann Gerry van KlinkenGrace Leksana, Ken SetiawanAyu RatihYosef DjakababaAan Anshori, Muhammad Al-Fayyadl, Roy MurtadhoDeirdre Griswold , David T. HillYoseph Yapi Taum, Aboeprijadi Santoso, Adrian Vickers, John Gittings, Jemma PurdeyHenk Schulte NordholtMartijn EickhoffMade SurpriatmaDahlia Gratia Setiyawan, Uğur Ümit Üngör, Manunggal Kusuma WardayaGloria Truly EstrelitaWulan DirgantoroKar Yen LeongWulan DirgantoroMuhidin M. DahlanDhianita Kusuma PertiwiElsa ClavéJustin L. WejakDouglas KammenMartin SuryajayaMuhidin M Dahlan


“Down to the Very Roots”:The Indonesian Army’s Role in the Mass
Killings of 1965–66 Geoffrey Robinson

kedua artikel ini dimuat dalam Journal Genocide Research sehingga akan lebih baik bila disimak seluruh artikel dalam jurnal ini. sila kunjung


Indonesia in the Global Contextof Genocide and Transitional Justicel – Journal Genocide Research 2017 vol 19

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The Killing Season; The Army and the Indonesian Genocide reviews – the truth about one of the 20th century’s worst massacres – Julia Lovell (the Guardian)


Robinson and Melvin demolish Indonesian state orthodoxy on the country’s modern history, undermining with cool historical detail the legitimacy of political authoritarianism after 1965. But these two books have an importance far beyond Indonesian studies. They revise our definition of genocide, draw conclusions about the close links between militarism and mass violence, and remind us forcefully of the nefarious interventions of western powers at cold war turning points.
review buku Geoffrey Robinson ; The Killing Season: A History of the Indonesian Massacres, 1965–66 dan Jess Melvin; The Army and the Indonesian Genocide Mechanics of Mass Murder; Routledge 2018 
The Guardian Weekly 6 Apr 2018


Geoffrey Robinson ; The Killing Season: A History of the Indonesian Massacres, 1965–66; Priceton Press 2018

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The Killing Season left me heartbroken. I’ve spent fifteen years exposing the consequences of impunity for Indonesia’s genocide, and it was a painful catharsis to read this, the first morally honest, timelessly brilliant history of the killings as a whole. Geoffrey Robinson’s tone is a mixture of gentleness, empathy, and quiet anger–as though he knows Indonesia’s terrible silence can only be broken with grace. But this book also breaks an American silence, for Robinson reveals that the massacres would never have happened without U.S. support: this genocide is an American crime too. The Killing Season is a breathtaking, essential book.”–Joshua Oppenheimer, director of The Act of Killing and The Look of Silence


#MusimMenjagal adalah evaluasi sistematis teori-teori yang saling bersaing dan berlawanan mengenai kudeta yang memicu pembunuhan massal pada akhir 1965 dan awal 1966 di Indonesia,”
John T. Sidel, London School of Economics and Political Science
“Sebuah laporan lengkap tentang salah satu kejadian paling brutal dalam sejarah abad ke-20,”
Greg Grandin, Professor of History di New York University

The Killing Season: A History of the Indonesian Massacres

Launching and discussion

The Killing Season examines one of the largest and swiftest instances of mass killing and incarceration in the twentieth century—the shocking anti-leftist purge that gripped Indonesia in 1965–66, leaving some five hundred thousand people dead and more than a million others in detention.Challenging conventional narratives, the book argues that the killing was the product of a deliberate campaign led by the Indonesian Army. It also details
the critical role played by the United States, Britain, and other major powers in facilitating the mass murder and incarceration – and the more than 50 years of silence and inaction that followed. The Killing Season also engages wider theoretical debates about the logic and legacies of mass killing and incarceration, as well as the histories of human rights, US foreign policy, andthe Cold War. 


Geoffrey Robinson is a Professor of History at UCLA where he teaches and writes about political violence, genocide, human rights, and mass incarceration. His major works include: The Dark Side of Paradise: Political Violence in Bali (Cornell, 1995); East Timor 1999: Crimes against Humanity (Elsham & Hak, 2006); and “If You Lea ve Us Here, We Will Die”: How Genocide Was Stopped in East Timor (Princeton, 2010). Before coming to UCLA, Robinson worked for six years at Amnesty International’s Research Department inLondon.


The Killing Season – Wawancara Elizabeth Jackson  dengan Geofrey Robinson
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The EconomicFoundation of Political Conflict in Bali 1950-1955 – Geoffrey Robinson

“The Dark Side of Paradise is an effective attempt to put the politics back into Bali’s twentieth-century history. With a sure mastery of both Indonesian and Dutch sources, Robinson analyzes the class tensions between aristocrats and commoners during the late colonial period.”—Times Literary Supplement


“Robinson’s work reaches beyond history, amply illustrating the possibilities of what might be termed a ‘comparative historical sociology’ approach.”—Indonesia 
“Robinson’sincisive, well-written work demolishes the fiction of the ‘peaceful Balinese’ that pervades academic and popular literature, and, for the first time, places modern political history directly into the middle of Balinese scholarship.”—Choice
“This is a brilliant book that must be read by anybody interested in modern Indonesia.”—Journal of the Royal Institute of Linguistics and Anthropology



Review: Dark Play: Notes on a BalineseMassacre Author(s): John Sidel 

Reviewed work(s): The Dark Side of Paradise:
Political Violence in Bali by Geoffrey Robinson Source: Indonesia, Vol. 63
(Apr., 1997), pp. 187-194 Published by: Southeast Asia Program Publications at
Cornell University

 Review by HGC Schulte Nordholt




East Timor and Aceh

The Dynamics of Violence in East Timor, 1999 – Geoffrey Robinson










East Timor 1999 Crimes against Humanity

How Genocide Was Stopped in East Timor



Rawan Is as Rawan Does: The Origins of Disorder in New Order Aceh 

Geoffrey B. Robinson


simak 1500 ‘entry’ lainnya pada link berikut

Daftar Isi Perpustakaan Genosida 1965-1966

Road to Justice : State Crimes after Oct 1st 1965 (Jakartanicus)

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Definisi yang diusulkan D. Nersessian (2010) untuk amandemen/ optional protocol Konvensi Anti-Genosida (1948) dan Statuta Roma (2000) mengenai Pengadilan Kejahatan Internasional. (disalin dari Harry Wibowo)
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