‘The Killing Season’; ”The Army and theIndonesian Genocide’; ‘The End of Silence’; Unmarked Graves (5 Buku Terbaru ‘2018’ Tentang Genosida 1965-1966)

 

 
 

 

melalui jendela buku ini anda dapat menyimak info buku, satu bab dalam tiap buku, tinjauan buku serta artikel yang ditulis Geoffrey Robinson dan Jess Melvin (terkait dengan buku mereka) di Journal of Genocide Research Vol 19 (jurnal selengkapnya juga terlampir. 

 

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

Jess Melvin; The Army and the Indonesian Genocide Mechanics of Mass Murder;
Routledge 2018

The Indonesian Genocide of 1965 – Causes, Dynamics and Legacies;

Editors: McGregor, Katharine, Melvin, Jess, Pohlman, Annie (Eds.); Palgrave Mc Millan
 
Soe Tjen Marching, The End of Silence: Accounts of the 1965 Genocide in Indonesia, Amsterdam University Press, 2017. (Photographs by Angus Nicholls)
 
 
 
 
 

 

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 Army and the Indonesian Genocide: Mechanics of
Mass Murder
by Jess Melvin
Routledge, 319 pp
*The Killing Season: A History of the Indonesian
Massacres, 1965–66
by Geoffrey B. Robinson
Princeton University Press, 429 pp

 

 

 
Buku 1

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 forIndonesia’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
 
 
 
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KIRKUS REVIEW – A scholarly account of a forgotten bloodletting.

 

 

 

artikel Geoffrey
Robinson yang terkait dengan buku ini
 

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Diskusi buku The Killing Season: A
History of the Indonesian Massacres di Centre for International Policy Studies Ottawa
 
Buku 2
 
 
Jess Melvin; The Army and the
Indonesian Genocide Mechanics of Mass Murder;
Routledge 2018
Info buku
 
It seems
impossible to overstate the significance of Jess Melvin’s monumental,
heartbreaking work. Not only does she make a devastating argument that
Indonesia’s mass killings constitute genocide under international law, she took
a simple yet fateful step in the history of scholarship on Indonesia: she walked
into a military archive and asked for their records. That nobody had done this
before attests to the formidable courage it required. She analyzes thousands of
pages of hitherto secret documents with patient attention to detail and
unflinching moral clarity. The result transforms our understanding of
Indonesian history, identity, and politics. Beautifully written, endlessly
important, Jess Melvin has authored one of the great studies of genocide,
anywhere. Period.”
Joshua OppenheimerAcademy
Award nominated director,
 The Act of Killing (2012) and The Look of
Silence (2014), Denmark

Beberapa artikel
Jess Melvin yang terkait dengan buku yang diangkat dari disertasinyanya ini

Documenting genocide
– Jess Melvin [Inside Indonesia] 

Why Not
Genocide? Anti-Chinese Violence in Aceh, 1965–1966 – Jess Melvin

Mechanics of Mass Murder: A Case for Understanding the
Indonesian Killings as Genocide – Jess Melvin

Prizewinning thesis lays bare military involvement in 1965–66 Indonesian genocide 

penghargaan yang diberikan kepada Jess Melvin untuk disertasi  bakal buku ini

Dari peluncuran buku The Army and the Indonesian Genocide:
Mechanics of Mass Murder” karya Jess Melvin yang diluncurkan di Centre for
Indonesian Law, Islam and Society

 

 

 

 






Buku 3
 
 

The Indonesian Genocide of 1965 – Causes,
Dynamics and Legacies;

 

Editors: McGregor, Katharine, Melvin,
Jess, Pohlman,
Annie (Eds.); Palgrave
Mc Millan 2018
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The Indonesian Genocide of 1965 – Causes, Dynamics and Legacies

 

 
 
Buku 4
 
Soe
Tjen Marching, 
The
End of Silence: Accounts of the 1965 Genocide in Indonesia
, Amsterdam University Press, 2017.
(Photographs by Angus Nicholls)
 
info buku
 
 
petikan bab buku bisa diunduh
 
tinjauan buku
 

End
of Silence: the 1965 Genocide in Indonesia – Asia Pacific Focus Review
2017.

 

 

 

[Book Review] ‘Unmarked Graves’ : Theinjustice that won’t die

DUNCAN GRAHAM – THE JAKARTA POST

 

 

 

 
simak juga
 

[unduh] Journal of Genocide Research Vol 19 : Resume Riset-riset Akademik Termutakhir Terkait Genosida 1965-1966 (1965 Today: Living with the Indonesian Massacres)

 
 

 

 

 

simak 400 ‘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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