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Joost Cote,Loes Westerbeek
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Cole, . Haskins, V. & Paisley, F. (eds) (2005) Uncommon Ground: White Women and Aboriginal History, Aboriginal Studies Press, Canberra. Cooper, F. (2005) Colonialism in Question: Theory, Knowledge, History, University of California Press, Berkeley.

Recalling the Indies book  . Joost Cot and Loes Westerbeek are both historians and lecturers at the Deakon University, Melbourne, Australia. Online Stores ▾. Audible Barnes & Noble Walmart eBooks Apple Books Google Play Abebooks Book Depository Alibris Indigo Better World Books IndieBound.

Recalling the Indies traces the life stories of former residents of the Dutch East Indies, the . Underlying the entire book is the interest in "History" and historical writing

Recalling the Indies traces the life stories of former residents of the Dutch East Indies, the present-day Republic of Indonesia. These stories belong to people of Dutch and mixed Indonesian and European descent and traces their lives, their exodus from the Indonesian archipelago, and their journey to Australia. Underlying the entire book is the interest in "History" and historical writing.

Postcolonialism considers culture as a strategy of survival. Identity formation: Colonialism left some social and cultural changes. As a result of these changes, the dominant question after independence is: what is the new cultural identity?,

Recalling the Indies: Colonial Culture and Postcolonial Identities. Eds Joost Coté en Loes Westerbeek. Colonial Desire: Hybridity in Theory Culture and Race. London/New York NY: Routledge.

Recalling the Indies: Colonial Culture and Postcolonial Identities. Bosma Ulbe Remco Raben en Wim Willems. De geschiedenis van Indische Nederlanders. Amsterdam: Bert Bakker. Bosma Ulbe en Remco Raben. Philadelphia: Temple Univ.

Decolonized people develop a postcolonial identity that is based on cultural interactions between different identities (cultural .

Decolonized people develop a postcolonial identity that is based on cultural interactions between different identities (cultural, national, and ethnic as well as gender and class based) which are assigned varying degrees of social power by the colonial society. In postcolonial literature, the anti-conquest narrative analyzes the identity politics that are the social and cultural perspectives of the subaltern colonial.

Joost Coté, "Romancing the Indies: the literary construction of Tempo Doeloe 1880-1930," in Coté, Joost; Loes Westerbeek (2005). Recalling the Indies: colonial culture & postcolonial identities. ISBN 978-90-5260-119-9.

Coté & Westerbeek 2005, p. 28. Coté, Joost; Westerbeek, Loes (2005), Recalling the Indies: Colonial Culture and Postcolonial Identities, Askant Academic Publishers, ISBN 978-90-5260-119-9. 289. ^ Ikegami 2005, pp. 21–23. Ikegami, Shigehiro (2005), "A Profile of Indonesian People in Australia" (PDF), Memoirs of the Shizuoka University of Art and Culture, 6: 21–30, retrieved 10 March 2010. Lockwood, Rupert (October 1970), "The Indonesian Exiles in Australia, 1942–1947", Indonesia, 10 (10): 37–56, doi:10. 2307/3350634, JSTOR 3350634.

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