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Indonesia
  • Hidden Histories: Gender, Family and Community in the Ombilin Coal Mines (1892-1965) By Erman Erwiza (2002, CLARA Working Paper, PDF) Downloadable from the CLARA Working Papers on Asian Labour series.
  • Indonesia Women's Studies Bibliography Bibliographies and directories, general works, articles, web sites, and online databases; from the University of California Berkeley Library.


  • Special Topics

    • Het Damescompartiment Online Raden Adjeng Kartini, Beata van Helsdingen-Schoevers, Mrs. J.M.C. Kloppenburg-Versteegh, Carry van Bruggen and others. Bibliographies and biographies of colonial Indonesian, Indonesian and Dutch women who wrote about Indonesia in the colonial period. By Vilan van de Loo.
    • Oorlogsliefdekind Nederlands-IndiŽ - IndonesiŽ ('War Love Child'). During the Indonesian war of independence, Dutch soldiers had relationships with Indonesian girls and fathered children with them. After Indonesia gained independence, and the troops went home an unknown number of Dutch-Indonesian children stayed behind with their mothers in the new Indonesia. Read about these children, their mothers and fathers. The texts are in Dutch but English and Indonesian versions will be provided.



Last updated 11 February 2013