Publicaties medewerkers en fellows

*Deze bijlage bevat hyperlinks bij de volgende onderdelen:

Promotor (extern voorbereide promotie)

Hofman, Corinne, A.V. Álvarez,  From closed museum spaces to inclusive cultural meeting points; Connecting indigenous heritage collections and communities in the Dominican Republic, Universiteit Leiden, 8 december.

Oostindie, Gert (met H. Schulte Nordholt & B. Schoenmaker), Christiaan Harinck, Zoeken, aangrijpen en vernietigen!, Universiteit Leiden, 16 november.

Dissertaties

Harinck, Christiaan, Zoeken, aangrijpen en vernietigen! Leiden: Universiteit Leiden, 280 pp., 16 november.

Monografieën (gerefereerd)

Hoogervorst, Tom, Language ungoverned; Indonesia’s Chinese print entrepreneurs, 1911-1949. Ithaca: Cornell University Press, 264 pp.

Horii, Hoko, Child marriage, rights and choice; Rethinking agency in international human rights. Oxon & New York: Routledge, 192 pp.

Monografieën (niet gerefereerd)

Berge, Tom van den, Puisi Sunda zaman Belanda. Garut: Layung, 168 pp. 

Oostindie, Gert, De toekomst van het koloniale verleden. Leiden: Universiteit Leiden, 14 pp. Open access.

Wellen, Kathryn (met L. Buana), Legenda La Salaga. Yogyakarta: Pameo, 29 pp.

Boekredactie (gerefereerd)

Hoogervorst, Tom (met C. Chia), Sinophone Southeast Asia; Sinitic voices across the Southern Seas. Leiden: Brill, 259 pp. Open access. 

Oostindie, Gert (met A. van Stipriaan), Antilliaans erfgoed I; Toen en nu. Leiden: Leiden University Press, 288 pp.
-(met A. van Stipriaan), Antilliaans erfgoed II; Nu en verder. Leiden: Leiden University Press, 283 pp.
-Colonialism and slavery; An alternative history of the port city of Rotterdam. Leiden: Leiden University Press, 248 pp.

Boekredactie (niet gerefereerd)

Hofman, Corinne (met C. Barreto, H. Lima & S. Rostain), Koriabo; From the Caribbean Sea to the Amazon River. Belém: Museo Goeldi, 376 pp. Open access.

Redactie (special issues) tijdschrift (gerefereerd)

Hoogervorst, Tom (met A. van Engelenhoven & S. Moeimam), special issue Wacana; Journal of the Humanities of Indonesia 22-1, ‘Languages of Nusantara I’. Open access.
-(met A. van Engelenhoven & S. Moeimam), special issue Wacana; Journal of the Humanities of Indonesia 22-2, ‘Languages of Nusantara II’. Open access.

Redactie (special issues) tijdschrift (niet gerefereerd)

Berenschot, Ward (met Y. Sastramidjaya), special issue Inside Indonesia 146, ‘Cybertrooping’.

Artikelen in tijdschrift (gerefereerd)

Bedner, Adriaan (met J. Vel), ‘Legal education in Indonesia, The Indonesian Journal of Socio-Legal Studies 1-1: 1-30. Open access.

Berenschot, Ward (met W. Capri & D. Dhian), ‘A quiet revolution? Village head elections and the democratization of rural Indonesia’, Critical Asian Studies 53-1:126-146. Open access.
-(met A. Hendrawan & E. Aspinall), ‘Parties as pay-off seekers; Pre-electoral coalitions in a patronage democracy’, Electoral Studies 69. 

Bloembergen, Marieke, ‘The politics of "Greater India", a moral geography; Moveable antiquities and charmed knowledge networks between Indonesia, India and the West’, Comparative Studies in Society and History 63-1: 170-211.

Casale, S. (met C. Hofman, G.T. Shev, Z. Ali, J.N. Almonte Milan & I. Djakovic), ‘Coastal-hinterland exchange and garden hunting practices prior to the European invasion of Hispaniola’, Environmental Archaeology; The Journal of Human Palaeoecology. Open access.
-(met K. van Dessel, M.L.P. Hoogland, P. Degryse & C. Hofman), ‘Technological persistence in ceramic production in the southeastern Hispaniola; The case study of El Cabo (600-1502 CE)’, Journal of Anthropological Archaeology. Open access.
-(met J.S. Jean, C. Capelli, D. Braekmans, P. Degryse & C. Hofman), ‘Transatlantic connections in colonial and post-colonial Haiti; Archaeometric evidence for taches noires glazed tableware imported from Albissola, Italy to Fort Liberté, Haiti, International Journal of Historical Archaeology 25: 423-447. Open access.

Guadeloupe, Francio (met Ch. Granger), ‘Trans-Caribbean thought; A manifesto for the renewal of Dutch Caribbean Studies in the age of the anthropocene’, Esferas 12: 157-164.
-(met S. Bracke & R.J. Davidson), ‘We were fucking bold! We were fucking audacious! An Interview with Paul Willis and Peter Geschiere’, Ethnography 22-1: 5-13. 

Hofman, Corinne (met G.T. Shev, J.E. Laffoon), ‘Human and hutia (Isolobodon portoricensis) interactions in pre-Columbian Hispaniola; Theisotopic and morphological evidence’, Journal of Archaeological Science; Reports 37: 102913. Open access.
-(met N. Corcoran-Tadd,  J. Ulloa Hung, A.T. Antczak & E. Herrera Malatesta), ‘Indigenous routes and resource materialities in the early Spanish colonial world; Comparative archaeological approaches’, Latin American Antiquity 32-3: 468-485.
-(met J.R. Pagán-Jiménez, M.H. Field, H. Hooghiemstra, J.A.M. Vermeer, P. Jorissen, S. Knippenberg, B. Bérard & M.L.P. Hoogland), ‘Mangrove archives; Unravelling human-environmental relationships from buried deposits at Anse Trabaud, Martinique (cal AD 600-1200)’, Environmental Archaeology; The Journal of Human Palaeoecology. Open access.
-(met E. Stancioff, A. Richards, I.N. Auguiste, A. Sutherland & M.L.P. Hoogland), ‘Resilient Caribbean communities; A long-term perspective on social adaptability to natural hazards, and sustainability in the Lesser Antilles’, special issue Archaeology, Historical Ecology, and Sustainability of Island Cultures, Sustainability 13-17: 9807. Open access.
-(met A.C.S. Knaf, Habiba, T. Shafie, J.M. Koornneef, A. Hertwig, J. Cárdenas-Párraga, A. García-Cascof, G.E. Harlow, H.P. Schertl, W.V. Maresch, A.J. López Belando, U. Brandes, G.R. Daviesa), ‘Trace-elemental and multi-isotopic (Sr-Nd-Pb) characterization and discrimination analysis of jadeite-jade and omphacite-jade in the Greater Caribbean; Implications for pre-colonial inter-island exchange networks’, Science Reports 135: 105466. Open access.

Hoogervorst, Tom (met M. Tarisa), ‘“The screaming injustice of colonial relationships”; The roots of Chinese anti-racist activism in the Netherlands’, Bijdragen tot de Taal-, Land- en Volkenkunde 177-1:27-61. Open access.
-‘Ḥaḍramī mobilities, colonial histories, and Southeast Asia’, Bijdragen tot de Taal-, Land- en Volkenkunde 177-4: 395-402. Open access.
-‘Kanala, tamaaf, tramkassie, en stuur krieslam; Lexical and phonological echoes of Malay in Cape Town’, Wacana; Journal of the Humanities of Indonesia 22-1:22-57. Open access.

Hoogland, Menno (met A.A. Blom, R. Schats & A. Waters‐Rist), ‘Coming of age in the Netherlands; An osteological assessment of puberty in a rural Dutch post‐medieval community’, American Journal of Physical Anthropology 174-3: 463-478. Open access.
-(met R. Schats, I. van Hattum, L.M. Kootker, A.L. Waters‐Rist), ‘Diet and urbanisation in medieval Holland; Studying dietary change through carious lesions and stable isotope analysis’, International Journal of Osteoarchaeology. Open access.
-(met M. Casna, C.L. Burrell, R. Schats, & S.A. Schrader), ‘Urbanisation and respiratory stress in the Northern Low Countries; A comparative study of chronic maxillary sinusitis in two early modern sites from the Netherlands (AD 1626‐1866)’, International Journal of Osteoarchaeology 31-5: 891-901. Open access.

Jean, Joseph Sony (met T.F. Sonnemann & C.L. Hofman), ‘Complex landscape biographies; Palimpsests of Fort-Liberté, Haiti, Landscape Research 46-5: 618-637. Open access.

Jong, Rosa. de,  ‘Looking for agency in transnational refugee trajectories during the Second World War’, Itinerario; Journal of Imperial and Global Interactions 45-1: 174-187. Open access.

Kloos, David, ‘Dis/connection; Violence, religion, and geographic imaginings in Aceh and colonial Indonesia, 1890s-1920s’, special issue Itinerario; Journal of Imperial and Global Interactions 45-3: 389-412, ‘Coercing mobility; Territory and displacement in the politics of Southeast Asian Muslim movements’.
-‘Risky appearances, skillful performances; Female Islamic preachers and professional style in Malaysia’, American Anthropologist 123-2: 278-291.

Loughlin, Neil, ‘Beyond personalism; Elite politics and political families in Cambodia’, Contemporary Southeast Asia; A Journal of International and Strategic Affairs 43-2: 241-264.
-‘Chinese linkage, leverage, and Cambodia’s transition to hegemonic authoritarianism’, Democratization 28-4: 840-857.
-(met M. Grimsditch), ‘How local political economy dynamics are shaping the Belt and Road Initiative’, Third World Quarterly 42-10: 2334-2352.
-(met A. Norén-Nilsson), ‘The Cambodian People's Party's turn to hegemonic authoritarianism; Strategies and envisaged futures’, Contemporary Southeast Asia; A Journal of International and Strategic Affairs 43-2: 225-240. 

Oostindie, Gert (met F. Steijlen), ‘Ethnic “ferociousness” in colonial wars; Moluccans in the Dutch army in Indonesia, 1945-1949’, Bijdragen tot de Taal-, Land- en Volkenkunde 177-4: 491-523. Open access.

Permana, Yogi, ‘Subnational sectarianisation; Clientelism, religious authority, and intra-religious rivalry in Aceh’, Religion, State and Society 49-2, ‘Sectarianisation in Southeast Asia and beyond’. Open access.
-'Why politics matters; An insight from Indonesia’s flood management', New Mandala, mei. Open access.

Pribadi, Yanwar**, ‘Sekolah Islam [Islamic Schools] as symbols of Indonesia's urban Muslim identity’, TRaNS; Trans-Regional and -National Studies of Southeast Asia,  pp. 1-16.

Razif, Nurul Huda Mohd**, ‘Nikah Express; Malay polygyny and marriage-making at the Malaysian-Thai border’, Asian Studies Review 45-4: 635-655.

Schulte Nordholt, Henk, ‘光明的未来,迫近的危险——东南亚新兴民族国家与大规模暴力', [Guangming de Weilai, Pojin de Weixian; Dongnanya Xinxing Minzu Guojia yu Daguimo Baoli], [Shining futures, imminent dangers; New nation-states and mass violence in Southeast Asia], 北大区域国别研究 , [Beida Quyu Guobie Yanjiu], [Journal of Area Studies Peking University] 3: 131-142.

Wellen, Kathryn, ‘Recollections of a lost kingdom; The varied interactions between history and memory in South Sulawesi, Indonesia’, Memory Studies 14-5:1035-1060.

Artikelen in tijdschrift (niet gerefereerd)

Bedner, Adriaan, ‘Legal pluralism in pursuit of social justice; Cornelis van Vollenhoven and the continued relevance of his legacy in contemporary Indonesia’, Quaderni fiorentini per la storia del pensiero giuridico moderno 50-1: 365-398. Open access.

Berenschot, Ward (met Wijayanto), ‘Organisation and funding of social media propaganda’, Inside Indonesia, 146. Open access.
-(met Y. Sastramidjaya, Wijayanto & I. Fahmi), ‘The threat of cyber troops’, Inside Indonesia 146. Open access.

Guadeloupe, Francio (met S. Bracke), ‘Editorial', Ethnography 22-1: 3-4
-(met S. Bracke), ‘Editorial’, Ethnography 22-2: 153

Jean, Joseph Sony, ‘Historical archaeology; An avenue for Haitian history’, Society for Historical Archaeology Newsletter 54-1: 41-44. Open access.
-(met E. Herrera Malatesta & K. Jacobson), ‘Local voices; The uses of archaeological heritage in the Caribbean’, [Voces locales; Los usos del patrimonio arqueológico en el Caribe], [Voix locales; Les usages du patrimoine archéologique dans les Caraïbes], Society for Historical Archaeology Newsletter 54-3: 40-42. Open access.

Hoofdstukken in boeken (gerefereerd)

Berge, Tom van den, ‘Colonial Rotterdam; A hotbed for Dutch missionary work, 1797-1997’, in: G. Oostindie (ed.), Colonialism and slavery; An alternative history of the port city of Rotterdam, pp. 153-169. Leiden: Leiden University Press.

Captain, Esther, ‘Finding a home in Rotterdam; Colonial and postcolonial migrants to and from Maasstad’, in: G. Oostindie (ed.), Colonialism and slavery; An alternative history of the port city of Rotterdam, pp. 202-221. Leiden: Leiden University Pres.
-‘Sexual restraint, substitution, transgression and extreme sexual violence across the late-colonial and postcolonial Indonesia’, in: D. Herzog & C. Shields (eds.), The Routledge companion to sexuality and colonialism, pp. 353-363. New York/London: Routledge.

Guadeloupe, Francio (met P. van de Laar & L. van der Linden), ‘The road is mine; The Summer Carnival as a case study for postcolonial Rotterdam’, in: G. Oostindie (ed.), Colonialism and slavery; An alternative history of the port city of Rotterdam, pp. 222-239. Leiden: Leiden University Press.

Hofman, Corinne (met A. Alvarez & M.C. Françozo), ‘Archaeological heritage market and museums in the Dominican Republic’, in: J. Ostapkowicz & J. Hanna (eds.), Real, recent, or replica; Precolumbian Caribbean heritage as art, commodity, and inspiration, pp. 62-79. Tuscaloosa: Univeristy of Alabama Press.
-(met J. Ulloa Hung, R. Valcárcel Rojas, A.T. Antczak & M. Ernst), ‘Social networks and colonial adaptations in the Caribbean’, in: L. Panich & S. Gonzalez (eds), Routledge handbook of indigenous-colonial interaction in the Americas. London: Routledge.

Hoogervorst, Tom, ‘Commercial networks connecting Southeast Asia with the Indian Ocean’, in: D. Ludden, Oxford research encyclopedia of Asian history. Oxford: Oxford University Press.
-‘“Do you love China or not?”; Late-colonial textbooks to learn Mandarin through Malay’, in: C. Chia & T. Hoogervorst (eds.), Sinophone Southeast Asia; Sinitic voices across the Southern Seas, pp. 210-244. Leiden: Brill. Open access.

-‘Gained in translation; The politics of localising western stories in late-colonial Indonesia’, in: G.V.S. Chin (ed.), Translational politics in Southeast Asian literatures; Contesting race, gender and sexuality, pp. 100-131. New York: Routledge.
-‘South Asian influence on the languages of Southeast Asia’, in: P. Sidwell & M. Jenny (eds.), The languages and linguistics of mainland Southeast Asia, pp. 623-647. Boston: De Gruyter Mouton.
-‘தமிழிலும் மலாயிலும் மொழியியல் சந்திப்புகள்’, in: A. Mahizhnan & N. Gopal (eds.), ஊர் திரும்பியவர், வேர் ஊன்றியவர்: தென்கிழக்காசியாவிலும் சிங்கப்பூரிலும் தமிழர், pp. 156-174. Singapore: Indian Heritage Centre & Institute of Policy Studies.

Jean, Joseph Sony, ‘Haiti, archaeology of’, in:  C. Smith (ed.), Encyclopedia of global archaeology. New York: Springer.

Oostindie, Gert (met A. van Stipriaan), ‘Inleiding; Antilliaans erfgoed, natievorming, nation branding’, in: G. Oostindie & A. van Stipriaan (red.), Antilliaans erfgoed I; Toen en nu, pp. 1-21. Leiden: Leiden University Press. Open access.
-(met A. van Stipriaan), ‘Inleiding; Antilliaans erfgoed nu, en in de toekomst’, in: G. Oostindie & A. van Stipriaan (red.), Antilliaans erfgoed II; Nu en verder, pp. 1-5. Leiden: Leiden University Press. Open access.
-(met A. van Stipriaan, L. de Geus, S. Mac Donald & N. Vermeer), ‘Bonairiaans erfgoed; Nostalgie en uitdagingen’, in: G. Oostindie & A. van Stipriaan (red.), Antilliaans erfgoed I; Nu en verder, pp. 165-195. Leiden: Leiden University Press.
-‘Colonial and postcolonial Rotterdam’, in: G. Oostindie (ed.), Colonialism and slavery; An alternative history of the port city of Rotterdam, pp. 9-34. Leiden: Leiden University Press.
-‘Culturele uitwisseling in het Koninkrijk’, in: G. Oostindie & A. van Stipriaan (red.), Antilliaans erfgoed I; Toen en nu, pp. 215-235. Leiden: Leiden University Press.
-‘Een koloniale erfgoedcanon en zelfbewuste tegenstemmen, 1800-1950’, in: G. Oostindie & A. van Stipriaan (red), Antilliaans erfgoed I; Toen en nu (red.), pp. 23-53. Leiden: Leiden University Press.

Permana, Yogi, ‘Kemunduran demokrasi dan bencana di Indonesia; Suatu kajian awal’, [‘Democratic regression and disaster in Indonesia; A preliminary analysis’], in: Wijayanto, A. Putri Budiatri & H. Wiratman (eds.), Demokrasi tanpa demos; Refleksi 100 ilmuwan sosial politik tentang kemunduran demokrasi di Indonesia, [Democracy without demos; The reflection of 100 social and political scientists on Indonesia's democratic regression]. Jakarta: LP3ES. Open access.

Peterson, Daniel**, ‘Penodaan agama dan ketertiban umum di Indonesia kontemporer’, in: A. Wijayanto, A. Putri Budiarti & H.P. Wiratraman (eds.), Demokrasi tanpa demos; Refleksi 100 ilmuwan sosial politik tentang kemunduran demokrasi di Indonesia, pp. 15-30. Jakarta: LP3ES.
-(met S. Schäfer), ‘Who are Indonesia’s Islamist majoritarians and how influential are they?’, in: M. Mathews & M. Tay (eds.), Religion & identity politics; Global trends and local realities, pp. 96-129. Singapore: World Scientific.

Stipriaan, Alex van, ‘Erfgoedontwikkelingen, 1800-1950; Van rariteitenkabinet tot mentaal erfgoed’,  in: G. Oostindie & A. van Stipriaan (red.), Antilliaans erfgoed I; Toen en nu, pp. 55-85. Leiden: Leiden University Press.
-‘Het ABC van beelden / beelden van ABC’, in: G. Oostindie & A. van Stipriaan (red.), Antilliaans erfgoed I; Toen en nu, pp. 91-120. Leiden: Leiden University Press.
-‘Rotterdam and transatlantic slavery’, in: G. Oostindie (ed.), Colonialism and slavery; An alternative history of the port city of Rotterdam, pp. 68-110. Leiden: Leiden University Press.

Hoofdstukken in boeken (niet-gerefereerd)

Captain, Esther, ‘Sara Sibilla Verdion en Sibilla van Batavia; De verweven levens van een Utrechtse notabele en een Aziatische bediende,’ in: N. Jouwe, M. Kuipers, R. Raben (red.), Slavernij en de stad Utrecht, pp. 143-151. Zutphen: Walburg Pers.

Hofman, Corinne (met M.L.P. Hoogland, K. Jacobson, S. Manem & A. Boomert), ‘Cayo in the Lesser Antilles; A network of peoples, places and practices in the late 15th to early 17th century’, in: C. Barreto, H. Lima, S. Rostain & C.L. Hofman (eds.), Koriabo; From the Caribbean Sea to the Amazon River, pp. 33-54. Belém: Museo Goeldi. Open access.
-(met S. Rostain, C. Barreto, H. Lima), ‘Koriabo, the mysterious Amazonian/Caribbean culture’, in: C. Barreto, H. Lima, S. Rostain & C.L. Hofman (eds), Koriabo (eds.); From the Caribbean Sea to the Amazon River, pp. 13-30. Belém: Museo Goeldi. Open access.

Hoogervorst, Tom, ‘Rona sejarah yang sedap, pedas, dan pahit’, in: N. Anoegrajekti, S. Sunarti, S. Macaryus, D. Saryono & I. N. Darma Putra (eds.), Sastra rempah, pp. xxxv-xliv. Sleman: Penerbit PT Kanisius.

Klinken, Gerry van, ‘Manifesto; Menuju peradaban ekologis untuk Indonesia’, [Manifesto; Towards ecological civilization in Indonesia], in: Wijayanto, A. Putri Budianti & H.P. Wiratraman, Demokrasi tanpa demos; Refleksi 100 ilmuwan sosial politik tentang kemunduran demokrasi di Indonesia, pp. 557-568. Jakarta: LP3ES.

Steijlen, Fridus, ‘Beschreven en herinnerd, op zoek naar een niet-bestaande motie’, in: S. Leydesdorff, Oral history;  De mensen en hun verhalen, pp. 104-109. Amsterdam: Prometheus.
-‘De toekomst? Als Molukkers in Nederland, verbonden met de Molukken!', in: D. op den Dries, Verbroken belofte, pp. 182-185. Almelo: Stichting 70 jaar Molukkers in Overijssel.
-‘Molukse wijken als lieus de mémoire’, in:  W. Manuhutu & G. Pattipilohy (red), 70 jaar Molukkers in Nederland; Toma terus, pp. 105-119. Zutphen: Walburg Pers.

Stipriaan, Alex van, ‘Utrechts slavengeld’, in: N. Jouwe, M. Kuipers & R. Raben (red.), Slavernij en de stad Utrecht, pp. 125-132. Zutphen: Walburg Pers.

Recensies

Frakking, Roel, -David Reybrouck, Revolusi; Indonesië en het ontstaan van de moderne wereld (Amsterdam, 2020), Bijdragen tot de Taal-, Land- en Volkenkunde 177-4: 592-595. Open access.
-Michelle Gordon, Extreme violence and the ‘British way’; Colonial warfare in Perak, Sierra Leone, and Sudan (London, 2020), H-Diplo Review Essay 381, 27 oktober. Open access. 

Hoefte, Rosemarijn, ˗Jan Pronk, Suriname; Van wingewest tot natiestaat (Volendam, 2020), New West Indian Guide 95-3/4: 385-386. Open access.

Hoogervorst, Tom, -J.E. Bosnak & F.X. Koot (eds.), The Javanese travels of Purwalelana; A nobleman’s account of his journeys across the island of Java, 1860–1875 (London, 2020), Bijdragen tot de Taal-, Land- en Volkenkunde 177-4: 559-62. Open access.

Jong, Rosa de, -Nancy Jouwe e.a. (red.), The yearbook of women’s history 39, Gendered empire; Intersectional perspectives on Dutch post/colonial narrative (Hilversum, 2020), Historica 44-3: 59.

Kloos, David, (met N. Juliastuti, A. Samuels & K. Strassler), -K. Strassler, ‘Debate on Demanding images; Democracy, mediation, and the image-event in contemporary Indonesia (New York, 2020), Bijdragen tot de Taal-, Land- en Volkenkunde 177-2/3: 379-393. Open access.
-Nancy Smith-Hefner, Islamizing intimacies: Youth, sexuality, and gender in contemporary Indonesia (Honolulu, 2019), Bijdragen tot de Taal-, Land- en Volkenkunde 177-2/3: 424-427. Open access.

Oostindie, Gert, -Aviva Ben-Ur, Jewish autonomy in a slave society; Suriname in the Atlantic world, 1651-1825 (Philadelphia, 2020), Journal of Colonialism and Colonial History 22. Open access.
-Etienne Achille, Charles Forsdick & Lydie Moudileno (eds.), Postcolonial realms of memory; Sites and symbols in modern France (Liverpool, 2020), New West Indian Guide 95: 379-380. Open access.
-Idesbald Goddeeris, Amandine Lauro & Guy Vanthemsche (eds), Koloniaal Congo; Een geschiedenis in vragen (Kalmhout, 2020), Belgisch Tijdschrift voor Nieuwste Geschiedenis 1-2: 192-194. Open access.
-John Connell & Robert Aldrich, The ends of empire; The last colonies revisited (Singapore, 2020), Small states & Territories 4: 387-388. Open access.
-Lawrence Aje, Thomas Lacroix & Judith Misrahi-Barak (eds.), Re-imagining the Guyanas (Montpellier, 2019), New West Indian Guide 95: 164-165. Open access.
-Tjalling Bouma, Naar een federaal Indonesië; De geschiedenis van de totstandkoming van de Republiek der Verenigde Staten van Indonesië en de bijdrage van federale Indonesische nationalisten aan de Indonesische onafhankelijkheid – 1917-1949 (Hilversum, 2020), Tijdschrift voor Geschiedenis 134-1: 169-170. Open access.

Peterson, Daniel**, -Ben Bland, Man of contradictions; Joko Widodo and the struggle to remake Indonesia (Sydney, 2020), South East Asia Research 29-1:132-134.

Poeze, Harry, ‘Recent Dutch-language publications’, Bijdragen tot de Taal-, Land- en Volkenkunde 177-1: 165-176. Open access.
-‘Recent Dutch-language publications’, Bijdragen tot de Taal-, Land- en Volkenkunde 177-2/3: 445-459. Open access.
-‘Recent Dutch-language publications’, Bijdragen tot de Taal-, Tand- en Volkenkunde 177-4: 609-624. Open access.

Schulte Nordholt, Henk, -Elise van Nederveen Meerkerk, Women, work and colonialism in the Netherlands and Java; Comparisons, contrasts and connections, 1830-1940 (London, 2019), BMGN; Low Countries Historical Review 136-15. Open access.
-Martin Bossenbroek, De wraak van Diponegoro; Begin en einde van Nederlands-Indië (Amsterdam: 2020) en -David van Reybrouck, Revolusi: Indonesië en het ontstaan van de moderne wereld (Amsterdam: 2020), ‘Old school geschiedenis versus engagement, grote mannen versus gewone mensen’, Indies Tijdschrift 1: 22-23.
-Tim Harper, Underground Asia; Global revolutionaries and the assault on empire (Cambridge, 2021), ‘De mondiale dimensies van het antikoloniale verzet’, Indies Tijdschrift 2: 12-13. 

Steijlen, Fridus, -David Van Reybrouck, Revolusi; Indonesië en het ontstaan van de moderne wereld (Amsterdam, 2020), ‘Over Revolusi; Indonesië en het ontstaan van de moderne wereld’, CIMIC. Open access.
-Nanneke Wigard, Jim Worung, Ombak Maluku; Molukkers ongewild naar Nederland (Stichting Ombak Maluku & MalukuXperience, 2021), Marinjo, 3 juni.

Artikelen: populariserend & professioneel

Captain, Esther, ‘De Oost" is familiegeschiedenis geworden’, Checkpoint; Magazine voor veteranen. Open access.
-‘Speelfilm "De Oost" toont hoe oorlog generaties verdeelt’, Het Parool, 27 mei. Open access.

Frakking, Roel (met A. van Mourik), ‘Wijzen naar goede bedoelingen maakt Nederland onschuldiger als koloniale geweldpleger - ten onrechte’, Volkskrant, 18 mei. Open access.

Guadeloupe, Francio, ‘De antiracisme-politie probeert Nederland een nieuwe taal op te leggen’, Sociale Vraagstukken, 16 april. Open access.
-‘Het geheim van black fashion; Gisteren en vandaag’, De Gids 1.

Jong, Rosa de, ‘Joodse vluchtelingen vinden veiligheid in Suriname’, Oorlogsbronnen, 18 maart. Open access.

Luttikhuis, Bart (met Th. Brocades Zaalberg), ‘Extreem geweld in dekolonisatieoorlogen vergelijken’, Militaire Spectator, 20 mei. Open access.

Steijlen, Fridus (met R. van Maanen), ‘Exploitatie; Een nieuwe samenleving’, long read voor online tentoonstelling Pala-nutmeg tales', WestFries Museum. Open access.
-‘CBS-rapport over Molukkers in Nederland; Wat zeggen de cijfers?’,  Moluks Historisch Museum, 15 februari. Open access.
-‘Een vergeten geschiedenis van 70 jaar op weg naar huis? Coen Verbraak over “De Molukkers”’, Moluks Historisch Museum, 24 juni. Open access.
-‘Natte sneeuw begroette de Kota Inten’, Geschiedenis Magazine 2. Open access.
-‘Opstand in Westkapelle, 1956; De vlam slaat in de pan door zelfzorgregeling voor Molukkers’, Geschiedenis Magazine 5: 26-29.

Rapporten

Berenschot, Ward (met A. Dhiaulhaq, Afrizal & O. Hospes), Ekspansi dan konflik kelapa sawit di Indonesia; Evaluasi efektivitas mekanisme penyelesaian konflik, 66 pp. Leiden: POCAJI. Open access.
-(met A. Dhiaulhaq,  Afrizal & O. Hospes), Palm oil expansion and conflict in Indonesia; An evaluation of the effectiveness of conflict resolution mechanisms, 62 pp. Leiden: POCAJI. Open access.

Bijdrage aan websites: blogs

Berenschot, Ward, ‘What I wish my supervisors had told me (part 2);  Research design’, KITLV, 23 februari.

Guadeloupe, Francio, ‘Fieldwork in times of coronavirus conspiracies’, KITLV, 29 januari. 

Hanafi, Taufiq, ‘Indonesia is always involved in world affairs’, KITLV, 29 maart.

Kloos, ‘Longread; Citi Yousoff’s spiritual journey and the arts of divine calligraphy and graceful indifference’, Leiden Islam Blog, 2 april.

Loughlin, Neil, ‘Cambodia’s political families’, KITLV, 24 maart.

Scagliola, Stef, ‘How Google Translate can give a new generation of Indonesian historians access to stories from "the other side"’, KITLV, 23 augustus.

Wellen, Kathy, ‘Nyepi = On the day the Balinese are silent, should the Dutch be loud?’, KITLV, 11 maart.

Audiovisueel

Guadeloupe, Francio (met A. Kabir & A. Gautier), Atelier KITLV and Le thinnai kreyol present; Kreyol Warung, 6 november.
-(met A. Kabir & A. Gautier), Thinnai Katcheri; Zouk is Medicine, featuring Kassav’s first lady, Jocelyne Béroard!, 7 mei.

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