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A History of Modern Indonesia Masa Depan Negara Kepulauan Terbesar Di Dunia Ini Akan Pelik, Menarik, Dan Penting, Sebagaimana Sejarahnya, Tulis Ricklefs Mengakhiri Buku Ini.Perjalanan Panjang Indonesia Sejak Masuknya Islam Hingga Kini Merupakan Sebuah Unit Historis Terpadu, Yang Dalam Buku Ini Disebut Sejarah Indonesia Modern M.C Ricklefs Menyuguhkannya Secara Mendasar Sekaligus Teperinci.Terdapat Tiga Unsur Fundamental Menjadi Perekat Bagi Periode Historis Itu Pertama, Unsur Kebudayaan Dan Keberagamaan Islamisasi Indonesia Yang Dimulai Sejak Tahun 1200 Dan Berlanjut Sampai Sekarang Kedua, Unsur Topik Keadaan Saling Memengaruhi Antara Orang Indonesia Dan Orang Barat Yang Masih Berlangsung Hingga Sekarang Sejak Tahun 1500 Ketiga, Unsur Historio Grafi Sumber Sumber Primer Bagi Sebagian Besar Periode Ini Ditulis Dalam Bahasa Bahasa Indonesia Modern Jawa, Melayu, Dll., Bukan Dalam Bahasa Jawa Kuno Atau Melayu Kuno Dan Bahasa Bahasa Eropa.Dengan Mendasarkan Penelitiannya Pada Puluhan Jurnal Dan Lebih Dari Lima Ratus Buku, Ricklefs Mengisahkan Perjalanan Bangsa Indonesia Dari Zaman Ke Zaman Yang Penuh Warna, Lengkap Dengan Aneka Persoalan Dan Pertikaian Baik Internal Maupun Eksternalnya Di Balik Struktur Narasinya, Buku Ini Menjawab Pertanyaan Bagaimana Komunitas Komunitas Dari Berbagai Kepulauan Indonesia, Dengan Rupa Rupa Etnis, Bahasa, Dan Dalam Negara Negara Kerajaan Yang Terpisah Pisah, Bisa Bersatu Menjadi Sebuah Bangsa Modern.Edisi Pertama Buku Ini Diterbitkan Dalam Bahasa Inggris Pada 1981 Dan Telah Beberapa Kali Diperbarui Buku Yang Ada Di Tangan Anda Ini Adalah Edisi Terbaru Dengan Perubahan Pada Hampir Setiap Bab Yang Mencerminkan Masukan Masukan Dari Penelitian Baru Segala Hal Dalam Periode Sejak 1999 Telah Ditulis Ulang Secara Substansial Atau Sama Sekali Baru Kehadiran Versi Indonesia Ini Terasa Semakin Lengkap Karena Pengarangnya Khusus Menuliskan Perkem Bangan Indonesia Sejak Pemilu 2004 Sampai Tragedi Monas Pada 1 Juni 2008.M.C Ricklefs Adalah Profesor Sejarah Di Universitas Nasional Singapore Dia Pernah Mengajar Di Sekolah Kajian Oriental Dan Afrika Universitas London Dan Universitas Monash, Dan Menjadi Direktur Sekolah Penelitian Tentang Asia Dan Pasific Universitas Nasional Australia.


10 thoughts on “A History of Modern Indonesia

  1. says:

    Very informative book Hard to get into at first when you don t know the subject at all Lots of unfamiliar place names, all maps tucked at the back but would have been helpful in the chapters where mentioned Subheadings would have also made the text easier to read and navigate That said, Ricklefs is a real expert and warns you the reader at the beginning that his preference in history writing is less for interpretation and generalization, to go into the detail and cite the evidence to let you draw your own conclusions Once you get used to his style it s gripping as you follow the stories as they unfold in Jav...


  2. says:

    Hikayat konon dalam sebuah hadist Nabi Muhammad di daerah timur yang bernama samudera akan banyak melahir orang2 suci, maka bergeraklah orang2 arab ke Indonesia itu adalah salah satu bagian dari buku ini yang mengesa...


  3. says:

    this book is good, now, i m in chapter 19..this book tell us about the secret of indonesia history.even indonesian maybe doesn t know about that secret..good job, sir M.C.Ricklefs


  4. says:

    This book is 800 years of Indonesian history, written in 2001 Each chapter detailing the century of changes that happen in the archipelago I read it as fast as possible because I want to read the happy ending of this story Unfortunately, this is not a novel, M.C Ricklefs write carefully the things that a lot of Indonesian does not want to hear A tragic story.I read this book after reading Islamic States in Java s H.J de Graaf and Peter Carey s Diponegor...


  5. says:

    Good start for those who haven t been to Indonesia, or just want to know the history of Indonesia As many people said, this book doesn t have detailed information but good enough as the author always find the information from written source.


  6. says:

    Bacanya yang edisi terbaru, s d 2008.


  7. says:

    Complementing yesterday s review, another book about history of the country Or should I say, region, because the country Indonesia didn t really exist back then PRicklefs book is historical treatise with emphasis on cultural factors As native Indonesian, I m already familiar with his long list of wars, trades, and shifting alliances those were in our schoolbooks but the way he illuminates the religious traditional context is eye opening.Some interesting examples While Islam was introduced by merchants, Ricklefs argues that wandering Sufis may have played big role spreading it He also claims that acceptance of Islam by ningrat Javanese courtiers allowed top down conversion of their subjects This went together with usual horizontal preaching and conversion The imperfect spread of Islam in Indonesian Archipelago led to distinct flavor in different areas The Sumatranese has Melayu Islam culture the Javanese has Hindu Java Islam Interestingly, the Bugis and Makasarese seems to follow Melayu Islam flavor of Sumatra Meanwhile the Balinese kept Hinduism Eastern islands like Maluku and Timor accepted Christianity The conversion of Java to Islam is idiosyncratic, to say the least One notable convert is ...


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    MASUKNYA Islam di bumi Nusantara mengawali suatu rentangan waktu yang disebut Ricklefs sebagai Indonesia Modern Ia mengajukan tiga unsur fundamental yang menurutnya telah mempersatukan periode tersebut sebagai sebuah unit sejarah yang padu.Yang pertama adalah unsur kebudayaan dan agama Islamisasi Indonesia yang dimulai tahun 1200 dan berlanjut hingga hari ini Yang kedua adalah unsur topik saling pengaruh antara orang Indonesia dan orang Barat yang dimulai tahun 1500 dan masih berlanjut Yang ketiga adalah historiografi Sumber sumber primer sepanjang periode ini ditulis hampir secara eksklusif dalam bahasa bahasa Indonesia modern Jawa, Melayu, dan seterusnya, bukannya Jawa Kuno atau Melayu Kuno , dan dalam bahasa bahasa Eropa.Dengan mendasarkan penelitiannya pada puluhan jurnal dan lebih dari lima ratus buku, Ricklefs yang pernah mengajar di Sekolah Kajian Oriental dan Afrika University of London dan Monash University ini, mengisahkan perjalanan bangsa Indonesia dari zaman ke zaman yang penuh warna, lengkap dengan aneka persoalan dan pertikaian internal maupun eksternalnya.Di balik struktur narasinya, buku ini menjawab pertanyaan tentang bagaimana komunitas komunitas...


  9. says:

    Finally I finished reading this book.It was challenging From now on I will stick to historical fictions rather than history books The latter tend to be so serious and a bit boringThis might be one of the few detailed and precise books about Indonesian History It gave me a very good overview concerning Indonesian politics That s the problem I m not just interested in politics and economy, I want to know How people lived back then This book didn t give me any cultural information.The book starts off with the The Coming of Islam followed by The Arrival of the Europeans in Indonesia The first topic fascinate me, cause there s not a lot of evidence to suggest what really happened It is still a mystery how Indonesia became a predominantly Muslim country The early history of Indonesia was well divided between Western Indonesia and Eastern Indonesia However, the reader will soon notice that most of the book is very, very Java centric Towards the end, Eastern Indonesia was completely left out ex...


  10. says:

    This book is different than the history of Indonesia teach at my school I find this book quite interesting with not too much detail but it made me understood about the events happening and the persons involved The author described about how the Indonesians struggle to reach independence comprehensively and what was made the foundation of the nation by that time Even though it was not written by Indonesians, reading how this multicultural country fight for unity and democracy could encourage the nationalism The sad thing is that after I read the book and followed the timeline of Indonesia s development, I think it didn t change much politically and economically from the colonial era un...


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