[Buku] Three Centuries of Conflict in East Timor (Genocide, Political Violence, Human Rights) – August 20, 2015 by Douglas Kammen (Author)
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Buku – Cina Timor: Baba, Hakka, dan Kantonis dalam Pembentukan Timor-Leste
Oleh Douglas Kammen dan Jonathan Chen
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Tinjauan Buku / Resensi (Book Review) The Contours of Mass Violence in Indonesia, 1965-68 – Douglas Kammen; Katharine McGregor
salah satu babnya adalah The army para-commando regiment and the reign of terror in Central Java and Bali yang ditulis oleh D Jenkins, Douglas Kammen
Riset Sejarah Visual (Kekerasan Massal) Genosida 1965-1968 di Indonesia oleh Douglas Kammen, Geoffrey Robinson dkk
Davidson, Jamie S.; Kammen, Douglas
This history may help to shed light on the persistent outbreak of violence in West Kalimantan and the particular forms that this violence has taken. While most accounts have portrayed the recent violence in West Kalimantan as an expression of longstanding ethnic tensions, the very categories “Chinese,” “Dayak,” “Malay,” and “Madurese,” within which this violence has been waged, were, in large part, created and subsequently reinforced by state attempts to address rebellions that the regime refused to understand and found itself ill-equipped to confront.
Yen-ling Tsai & Douglas Hammen
Douglas Kammen & Faizah Zakaria
This article examines the formulation and implementation of Indonesian Army policy regarding the detention of communists and other leftists in Indonesia from 1965 to 1968. The article highlights the relationship between the two primary forms of violence—killings and detentions—in the aftermath of the failed September 30th Movement. Placing detentions at the center of analysis changes our understanding of the mass violence in several ways. First, it demonstrates that the policy to detain and “classify” large numbers of suspected communists helped to fuel the attack on the political Left. Second, it shifts the locus of analysis away from identification of the perpetrators and victims and instead seeks to highlight the processes that enabled and shaped the violence. Third, by examining the ratio between the estimated number of individuals killed and the number of individuals who remained alive in detention at a particular point in time, the article proposes a new explanation for variation in the scale and intensity of mass violence across Indonesia. This analysis encourages comparison across a much wider range of cases within Indonesia than has previously been attempted and provides a framework for future work on the mass violence in Indonesia as well as in other cases in which mass detentions or forced relocations preceded mass killings.
This panel featured the following presentations: “World-turned-upside-down: The ‘Cornell Paper’ and Benedict Anderson’s Writings on the Indonesian State” by Douglas Kammen (Associate Professor of Southeast Asian Studies, National University of Singapore); “Benedict Anderson in Unlikely Environs: Imagined Communities and Spectres of Comparison in Forests and Other Agrarian Environments of Southeast Asia” by Nancy Lee Peluso (Distinguished Professor of Forest Policy, UC Berkeley) and “Noticing the Other Others: ‘The Plural Society, Revisited’ and The Things That Don’t Fit” by Danilyn Rutherford (Professor of Anthropology, UC Santa Cruz).
Grace Leksana, Douglas Kammen
Seri Kompilasi Kajian Ilmiah Genosida 1965-1966
Asvi Warman Adam,Baskara T. Wardaya, Ariel Heryanto,Robert Cribb, Annie Pohlman, John Roosa, Saksia Wieringa, Katharine McGregor, Peter Dale Scott, Benedict Anderson, Vannessa Hearman, Jess Melvin, Noam Chomsky, Bradley Simpson, Geoffrey Robinson, Greg Poulgrain, Alex de Jong, Andre Vltchek, Taomo Zhou , Soe Tjen Marching, Peter Kasenda, Aiko Kurasawa,Vijay Prashad,, Akihisa Matsuno , Ruth Indiah Rahayu, Nathaniel Mehr, Adam Hughes Henry , Henri Chambert-Loir, Wim F.Wertheim, Steven Farram, Sri Lestari Wahyuningroem , Joss Wibisono, Leslie Dwyer – Degung Santikarma, Vincent Bevins,Wijaya Herlambang, Budiawan, Ong Hok Ham, Rex Mortimer, Olle Törnquist, Max Lane, Hilmar Farid , Michael G. Vann , Gerry van Klinken, Grace Leksana, Ken Setiawan, Ayu Ratih, Yosef Djakababa, Aan Anshori, Muhammad Al-Fayyadl, Roy Murtadho, Deirdre Griswold , David T. Hill, Yoseph Yapi Taum, Aboeprijadi Santoso, Adrian Vickers, John Gittings, Jemma Purdey, Henk Schulte Nordholt, Martijn Eickhoff, Made Surpriatma, Dahlia Gratia Setiyawan, Uğur Ümit Üngör, Manunggal Kusuma Wardaya, Gloria Truly Estrelita, Wulan Dirgantoro, Kar Yen Leong, Wulan Dirgantoro, Muhidin M. Dahlan, Dhianita Kusuma Pertiwi, Elsa Clavé, Justin L. Wejak, Douglas Kammen, Martin Suryajaya
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Road to Justice : State Crimes after Oct 1st 1965 (Jakartanicus)
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)