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Amsterdam Universit y Press / S P R I N G 2017 ASIAN STUDIES


ASIAN STUDIES 1 The Displacement of Borders among Russian Koreans in Northeast Asia 1 Colonising, Decolonising, and Globalising Kolkata 2 Fatwa in Indonesia 2 Public Islam in Indonesia 3 Japanese Reflections on World War II and the American Occupation 3 Three Months in Mao's China 4 The End of Silence 4 Held's History of Sumbawa

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While urban India has been a popular subject of scholarly analysis for decades, the majority of that attention has been focused on its major cities. Borderland City in New India: Frontier to Gateway instead explores contemporary urban life in a smaller city located in India’s Northeast borderland at a time of dramatic change, showing how this city has been profoundly affected by armed conflict, militarism, displacement, interethnic tensions, and the expansion of neoliberal capitalism.

This ser ies presents the latest research on border lands in Asia as well

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Hyun Gwi Park

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as on the border lands of Asia – the regions link ing Asia with Afr ica,

Duncan McDuie-Ra is Professor of Development Studies at the University of New South Wales, Sydney, Australia.

Euro pe and O ceania. I ts approach is broad, cover ing the entire range of the social sciences and humanities. 240 mm

Jason Cons, University of Texas and author of Sensitive Space: Fragmented Territory at the India-Bangladesh Border

‘With a subtle sense of humour, and fine sensibility to scale, McDuie-Ra, analyses Imphal’s transformation from an unruly frontier town to a market gateway. The cast is a motley crew: politicians and shop owners, insurgents and soldiers, nurses and public intellectuals, celebrities and ‘ordinary folk’ all aspire to make the most of the contingency of change.’

Christian Lund, University of Copenhagen and author of Local Politics and the Dynamics of Property in Africa

Huyn Gwi Park

The Displacement of Borders among Russian Koreans in Northeast Asia

The Displacement of Borders among Russian Koreans in Northeast Asia

‘Through a brilliant spatial ethnography, McDuie-Ra takes us inside this fraught space, outlining the dilemmas and possibilities of everyday life, the contradictions and erosions of rule, and the confused transition from unruly frontier to gateway city. He offers a theoretically nuanced and empirically dynamic study of urbanization in one of India’s most critical yet littleunderstood borderlands.’

Hyun Gwi Park

The Displacement of Borders among Russian Koreans in Northeast Asia

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Since the nineteenth century, ethnic Koreans have represented a small yet significant portion of the population of the Russian Far East, but until now, the phenomenon has been largely understudied. Based on extensive historical and ethnographic research, this is the first book in English to chart the contemporary social life of Koreans in the complex borderland region. Dispelling the commonly held notion that Koreans were completely

removed from the region during the country’s attempt to ‘cleanse’ its borders in 1937, Hyun Gwi Park reveals timely new insights into the historical and current experiences of Koreans living along the Eurasian frontier.

ASIAN BORDERLANDS April ISBN 978 90 8964 998 0 e-ISBN 978 90 4852 911 7 HB, 156 x 234 mm 212 pages, 14 b/w illustrations, 7 line art €79.00 / £64.00

Hyun Gwi Park is a Research Fellow at Clare Hall, Cambridge University, and a Research Associate at the Faculty of Asian and Middle Eastern Studies, Cambridge University.

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While urban India has been a popular subject of scholarly analysis for decades, the majority of that attention has been focused on its major cities. Borderland City in New India: Frontier to Gateway instead explores contemporary urban life in a smaller city located in India’s Northeast borderland at a time of dramatic change, showing how this city has been profoundly affected by armed conflict, militarism, displacement, interethnic tensions, and the expansion of neoliberal capitalism.

A sian Cities explores ur ban cultures, societies and de velopments from

Duncan McDuie-Ra is Professor of Development Studies at the University of New South Wales, Sydney, Australia.

the ancient to the contemporar y cit y, from West Asia and the Near East

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Jason Cons, University of Texas and author of Sensitive Space: Fragmented Territory at the India-Bangladesh Border

‘With a subtle sense of humour, and fine sensibility to scale, McDuie-Ra, analyses Imphal’s transformation from an unruly frontier town to a market gateway. The cast is a motley crew: politicians and shop owners, insurgents and soldiers, nurses and public intellectuals, celebrities and ‘ordinary folk’ all aspire to make the most of the contingency of change.’

Christian Lund, University of Copenhagen and author of Local Politics and the Dynamics of Property in Africa

Colonising, Decolonising, and Globalising Kolkata

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From a Colonial to a Post-Marxist City Colonising, Decolonising, and Globalising Kolkata offers an extended analysis of the architecture of Kolkata from the earliest days of colonialism through independence and on into the twenty-first century, all set in the larger context of Indian cities and architecture. What Siddhartha Sen shows is the transformation of a colonial city into a Marxist one ‒ and ongoing attempts to further transform it into a global city. Richly illustrated, the book carefully situates

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to East Asia and the Pacific.

‘Through a brilliant spatial ethnography, McDuie-Ra takes us inside this fraught space, outlining the dilemmas and possibilities of everyday life, the contradictions and erosions of rule, and the confused transition from unruly frontier to gateway city. He offers a theoretically nuanced and empirically dynamic study of urbanization in one of India’s most critical yet littleunderstood borderlands.’

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architecture, design, and urban planning within Kolkata’s political economy and social milieu. Siddhartha Sen is interim assistant dean of the School of Architecture and Planning and the director of the Graduate Program in City and Regional Planning at Morgan State University in Baltimore.

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RELIGION AND SOCIETY IN ASIA The R eligion and S ociet y in Asia ser ies presents state - of-the -ar t cross- disciplinar y academic research on colonial, postcolonial and contemporar y entanglements bet ween the socio -political and t he

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religious, including the politics of religion, throughout Asian societies.

Fatwa in Indonesia An Analysis of Dominant Legal Ideas and Mode of Thought of Fatwa-Making Agencies and Their Implications in the Post-New Order Period

Pradana Boy ZTF

Fatwa in Indonesia RELIGION AND SOCIETY IN ASIA April ISBN 978 94 6298 185 0 e-ISBN 978 90 4853 162 2 HB, 156 x 234 mm 302 pages, 15 line art €89.00 / £70.00

An Analysis of Dominant Legal Ideas and Mode of Thought of Fatwa-Making Agencies and Their Implications in the Post-New Order Period This book looks at fatwa in Indonesia during the period following the fall of President Suharto. It is an in-depth exploration of three fatwa-making agencies ‒ Majelis Ulama Indonesia, Lajnah Bahth al-Masail Nahdlatul Ulama, and Majelis Tarjih Muhammadiyah ‒ all of which are highly influential in shaping religious thought and the lives of Muslims in Indonesia. Rather than look at all the fatwa that have emerged in the period, Pradana Boy

ZTF focuses on those that have strong repercussions for intra-community relations and the development of Indonesian Muslims more generally, including fatwa pertaining to sectarianism, pluralism, secularism and liberalism. Pradana Boy ZTF is a lecturer in Islamic law at the University of Muhammadiyah Malang in Indonesia.

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Noorhaidi Hasan

Public Islam in Indonesia Noorhaidi Hasan

Piety, Politics, and Identity

Public Islam in Indonesia Piety, Politics, and Identity

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In recent years, ongoing democratisation in Indonesia has enabled the rise of a form of Islam that is more sympathetic to the basic democratic principle of individual freedom. As a result, many Islamic symbols have lost their strictly religious meanings in favour of new pragmatic and political undertones. Combining approaches from political science and anthropology, Noorhaidi Hasan explores this phenomenon and the extent to which public Islam could represent a new future for the nation, one that moves beyond the simple opposition of state versus religion.

Noorhaidi Hasan is a professor of Islam and politics at Sunan Kalijaga State Islamic University of Yogyakarta, Indonesia, and currently the Dean of the Graduate School at the same university.


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While urban India has been a popular subject of scholarly analysis for decades, the majority of that attention has been focused on its major cities. Borderland City in New India: Frontier to Gateway instead explores contemporary urban life in a smaller city located in India’s Northeast borderland at a time of dramatic change, showing how this city has been profoundly affected by armed conflict, militarism, displacement, interethnic tensions, and the expansion of neoliberal capitalism.

A sian Histor y focuses on cultural and histor ical studies of politics and

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intellec tual ideas and crosscuts the disciplines of histor y, political

Duncan McDuie-Ra is Professor of Development Studies at the University of New South Wales, Sydney, Australia.

science, sociology and cultural studies.

Jason Cons, University of Texas and author of Sensitive Space: Fragmented Territory at 240 mm

the India-Bangladesh Border

Edgar A. Porter and Ran Ying Porter

‘With a subtle sense of humour, and fine sensibility to scale, McDuie-Ra, analyses Imphal’s transformation from an unruly frontier town to a market gateway. The cast is a motley crew: politicians and shop owners, insurgents and soldiers, nurses and public intellectuals, celebrities and ‘ordinary folk’ all aspire to make the most of the contingency of change.’

The End of Silence

‘Through a brilliant spatial ethnography, McDuie-Ra takes us inside this fraught space, outlining the dilemmas and possibilities of everyday life, the contradictions and erosions of rule, and the confused transition from unruly frontier to gateway city. He offers a theoretically nuanced and empirically dynamic study of urbanization in one of India’s most critical yet littleunderstood borderlands.’

Christian Lund, University of Copenhagen and author of Local Politics and the

Japanese Reflections on World War II and the American Occupation

Dynamics of Property in Africa

Edgar A. Porter and Ran Ying Porter

Japanese Reflections on World War II and the American Occupation ISBN: 978-94-6298-161-4

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hunger and fear of the American occupiers. The personal accounts are buttressed by archival materials; the result is an unprecedented picture of the war as experienced in a single region of Japan.

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This book presents an unforgettable up-close account of the effects of World War II and the subsequent American occupation on Oita prefecture, through firsthand accounts from more than forty Japanese men and women who lived there. The interviewees include students, housewives, nurses, midwives, teachers, journalists, soldiers, sailors, Kamikaze pilots, and munitions factory workers. Their stories range from early, spirited support for the war through the devastating losses of friends and family members to air raids and into periods of

Edgar A. Porter is professor in the College of Asian Pacific Studies at Ritsumeikan Asia Pacific University in Beppu, Japan. Ran Ying Porter is a writer. Her most recent novel is Black Dragon River.

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Three Months in Mao's China Between the Great Leap Forward and the Cultural Revolution In the fall of 1964, sinologist Erik Zürcher travelled to China for the first time, a country he had been studying since 1947. A collection of Zürcher’s personal writings from his trip, including letters and diary entries, Three Months in Mao’s China offers not only new insights about the great scholar, but also a rich picture of communist China, which was in those days still almost completely inaccessible to Westerners. During a tumultuous time in world politics, as Nikita Khrushchev was deposed, Lyndon Johnson won the US presidential election against Barry Goldwater, and China became a nuclear power, Zürcher experienced the reality of China under Mao Zedong. Only recently

discovered, these documents portray, viewed through an expert’s eye, a land in the midst of its own massive political, social, and economic change. Both a fascinating account by an informed outsider and a reminder of just how much China and the rest of the world have changed over the last fifty years, this is essential reading for anyone interested in East Asia and Asian history as a whole. Erik Zürcher (1928–2008) was professor of the history of East Asia at Leiden University. Erik-Jan Zürcher is professor of Turkish studies at Leiden University. Kim van der Zouw is editor of educational material.

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In the late 1960s, between one and two million people were killed by Indonesian president Suharto’s army in the name of suppressing communism ‒ and more than fifty years later, the issue of stigmatisation is still relevant for many victims of the violence and their families. The End of Silence presents the stories of these individuals, revealing how many survivors from the period have been so strongly affected by the strategy used by Suharto and his Western allies that these survivors, still afraid to speak out, essentially serve to maintain the very ideology that led to their persecution.

Soe Tjen Marching is Senior Lector in Indonesian at the School of Oriental and African Studies, University of London.

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An Annotated Translation Hans Hägerdal

Held’s History of Sumbawa An Annotated Translation

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Sumbawa is a medium-sized island in eastern Indonesia which has a particularly interesting past. In the premodern era it lay on the trade routes that connected the north coasts of the islands of Melaka and Java with the spice-producing areas in Maluku, while Sumbawa itself exported horses, sappan wood, and rice. Its recorded history covers periods of Hindu-Javanese influence, the Southeast Asian Age of Commerce, early Islamisation, and Dutch colonialism. Dutch Indologist Gerrit Jan Held wrote this book in 1955 but died before it could be published; this volume represents its first translation into English, and includes extensive footnotes that set it in context of current research.

Gerrit Jan Held (1906–55) was a Dutch anthropologist and Indologist. Hans Hägerdal is associate professor of history at Linnaeus University in Sweden.


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Duncan McDuie-Ra is Professor of Development Studies at the University of New South Wales, Sydney, Australia.

Duncan McDuie-Ra is Professor of Development Studies at the University of New South Wales, Sydney, Australia.

Jason Cons, University of Texas and author of Sensitive Space: Fragmented Territory at the India-Bangladesh Border

‘With a subtle sense of humour, and fine sensibility to scale, McDuie-Ra, analyses Imphal’s transformation from an unruly frontier town to a market gateway. The cast is a motley crew: politicians and shop owners, insurgents and soldiers, nurses and public intellectuals, celebrities and ‘ordinary folk’ all aspire to make the most of the contingency of change.’

Christian Lund, University of Copenhagen and author of Local Politics and the Dynamics of Property in Africa

‘Through a brilliant spatial ethnography, McDuie-Ra takes us inside this fraught space, outlining the dilemmas and possibilities of everyday life, the contradictions and erosions of rule, and the confused transition from unruly frontier to gateway city. He offers a theoretically nuanced and empirically dynamic study of urbanization in one of India’s most critical yet littleunderstood borderlands.’

Hyun Gwi Park

Colonising, Decolonising, and Globalising Kolkata

The Displacement of Borders among Russian Koreans in Northeast Asia

‘Through a brilliant spatial ethnography, McDuie-Ra takes us inside this fraught space, outlining the dilemmas and possibilities of everyday life, the contradictions and erosions of rule, and the confused transition from unruly frontier to gateway city. He offers a theoretically nuanced and empirically dynamic study of urbanization in one of India’s most critical yet littleunderstood borderlands.’

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While urban India has been a popular subject of scholarly analysis for decades, the majority of that attention has been focused on its major cities. Borderland City in New India: Frontier to Gateway instead explores contemporary urban life in a smaller city located in India’s Northeast borderland at a time of dramatic change, showing how this city has been profoundly affected by armed conflict, militarism, displacement, interethnic tensions, and the expansion of neoliberal capitalism.

Hyun Gwi Park

While urban India has been a popular subject of scholarly analysis for decades, the majority of that attention has been focused on its major cities. Borderland City in New India: Frontier to Gateway instead explores contemporary urban life in a smaller city located in India’s Northeast borderland at a time of dramatic change, showing how this city has been profoundly affected by armed conflict, militarism, displacement, interethnic tensions, and the expansion of neoliberal capitalism.

Jason Cons, University of Texas and author of Sensitive Space: Fragmented Territory at the India-Bangladesh Border

The Displacement of Borders among ‘With a subtle sense of humour, and fine sensibility to scale, McDuie-Ra, Russian Koreans in Northeast Asia analyses Imphal’s transformation from an unruly frontier town to a market gateway. The cast is a motley crew: politicians and shop owners, insurgents and soldiers, nurses and public intellectuals, celebrities and ‘ordinary folk’ all aspire to make the most of the contingency of change.’

Christian Lund, University of Copenhagen and author of Local Politics and the Dynamics of Property in Africa

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‘With a subtle sense of humour, and fine sensibility to scale, McDuie-Ra, analyses Imphal’s transformation from an unruly frontier town to a market gateway. The cast is a motley crew: politicians and shop owners, insurgents and soldiers, nurses and public intellectuals, celebrities and ‘ordinary folk’ all aspire to make the most of the contingency of change.’

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‘Through a brilliant spatial ethnography, McDuie-Ra takes us inside this fraught space, outlining the dilemmas and possibilities of everyday life, the contradictions and erosions of rule, and the confused transition from unruly frontier to gateway city. He offers a theoretically nuanced and empirically

‘With a subtle sense of humour, and fine sensibility to scale, McDuie-Ra, analyses Imphal’s transformation from an unruly frontier town to a market gateway. The cast is a motley crew: politicians and shop owners, insurgents and soldiers, nurses and public intellectuals, celebrities and ‘ordinary folk’ all aspire to make the most of the contingency of change.’

The End of Silence

Duncan McDuie-Ra is Professor of Development Studies at the University of New South Wales, Sydney, Australia.

‘Through a brilliant spatial ethnography, McDuie-Ra takes us inside this fraught space, outlining the dilemmas and possibilities of everyday life, the contradictions and erosions of rule, and the confused transition from unruly frontier to gateway city. He offers a theoretically nuanced and empirically dynamic study of urbanization in one of India’s most critical yet littleunderstood borderlands.’

The End of Silence

Duncan McDuie-Ra is Professor of Development Studies at the University of New South Wales, Sydney, Australia.

ASIAN HISTORY

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While urban India has been a popular subject of scholarly analysis for decades, the majority of that attention has been focused on its major cities. Borderland City in New India: Frontier to Gateway instead explores contemporary urban life in a smaller city located in India’s Northeast borderland at a time of dramatic change, showing how this city has been profoundly affected by armed conflict, militarism, displacement, interethnic tensions, and the expansion of neoliberal capitalism.

Marching

While urban India has been a popular subject of scholarly analysis for decades, the majority of that attention has been focused on its major cities. Borderland City in New India: Frontier to Gateway instead explores contemporary urban life in a smaller city located in India’s Northeast borderland at a time of dramatic change, showing how this city has been profoundly affected by armed conflict, militarism, displacement, interethnic tensions, and the expansion of neoliberal capitalism.

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