Tinjauan Buku / Resensi (Book Review) Musim Menjagal : Sejarah Pembunuhan Massal di Indonesia 1965-1966 / The Killing Season – Geoffrey Robinson

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Sketsa-sketsa Musim Menjagal – The Killing Season #MusimMenjagal 

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

(artikel penulis yang terkait dengan buku)

petikan buku

bab satu dari buku edisi bahasa inggris  bisa diunduh di

http://assets.press.princeton.edu/chapters/s11135.pdf

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 Americansilence, 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

Review Buku

**beberapa adalah ulasan beberapa buku terbaru sekaligus

Penghancuran Kelas Pekerja: Peran Angkatan Darat & Negara Sekutu dalam Gerakan Kontra Revolusi 1965 – MapCorner UGM

Neraka 1965 – Tinjauan Buku Suluh Pergerakan

Mass Killings That Were Planned – A ‘Game-changer’ ABOEPRIJADI SANTOSO – thejakartapost



* sejauh ini kami baru temukan dua tinjauan buku yang terrbit di Indonesia yakni Suluh Pergerakan dan The Jakarta Post. Bila ada resensi lain yang muncul akan kami tambahkan

The Truth about the Killing Fields – Margaret Scott [nybooks.com]

Unclean Evironment – AdrianVickers [times literary]

The Killing Season; The Army andthe Indonesian Genocide reviews – the truth about one of the 20th century’sworst massacres – Julia Lovell [theguardian.com]

Indonesia’s Forgotten Bloodbath Cold War Crime and Cover-Up – Gary J. Bass
[history.ucla.edu]

Indonesia’s Killing Fields -Christopher Hale [historytoday.com]

Indonesia’s Red Slaughter – ALEX DE JONG [jacobinmag.com]

Book Review: Robinson, B. G.(2018). The Killing Season. A History of the Indonesian Massacres, 1965-66 -Duile, T. (2018). [aseas.univie.ac.at]

Better Dead Than Red – RICHARDCOCKETT [literaryreview.co.uk]

Review: The killing season -FRANK BEYER [insideindonesia]

A detailed look at Indonesia’s 1965-66 mass killings — and the West’s complicity Alex Salmon [greenleft.org.au]

An Indonesian tragedy – UDAYBALA KRISHNAN [thehindubusinessline.com]

KIRKUS REVIEW – A scholarly account of a forgotten bloodletting.

 

 
 


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, and the 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 Leave 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 in London.

 

The Killing Season – Wawancara Elizabeth Jackson  dengan Geofrey Robinson
simak wawancara lengkap

http://mpegmedia.abc.net.au/rn/podcast/2018/03/lnl_20180307_2220.mp3 

 
 

Peluncuran dan Bedah Buku di MAP Corner UGM

 

simak 440 ‘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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