Java's Northeast Coast 1740-1840

Java's Northeast Coast 1740-1840 - R. R. van Niel |

...mall group of trees that can be "explored" ... Krakatoa, East of Java - Wikipedia ... . See also Land Areas Banten, also written as Bantam, is a port town near the western end of Java, Indonesia.It has a secure harbour at the mouth of Banten River, a navigable passage for light craft into the island's interior.The town is close to the Sunda Strait through which important ocean-going traffic passes between Java and Sumatra.Formerly Old Banten was the capital of a sultanate in the area, was ... Cirebon (Indonesian pronunciation: [t ... Java's Northeast Coast 1740-1840 by R.R.van Niel | Waterstones ... ... Cirebon (Indonesian pronunciation: [t͡ʃirə'bɔn], formerly rendered Cheribon or Chirebon in English) is a port city on the north coast of the Indonesian island of Java.It is located in the province of West Java near the provincial border with Central Java, approximately 297 km (185 mi) east of Jakarta, at The administrative area of Cirebon city proper and its dense metropolitan sprawl into ... The political economy of Java's northeast coast c. 1740-1800 : elite synergy by Kwee Hui Kian (TANAP monographs on the history of the Asian-European interaction, v. 3) Brill, 2006 Career in Asia. Born in Middelburg, Putmans came to Asia in 1621 in the service of the Dutch East India Company.Over the first three years of his career, he was stationed in Siam, Cambodia, Patani, Sumatra's west coast en Java's north east coast. Java (jä`və), island (1990 pop. 107,525,520), c.51,000 sq mi (132,090 sq km), Indonesia, S of Borneo, from which it is separated by the Java Sea, and SE of Sumatra across Sunda Strait.Although Java is the fifth largest island of Indonesia, constituting only one seventh of the country's total area, it contains two thirds of the country's population; it is one of the most densely populated ... Judul: The Political Economy of Java's Northeast Coast, C. 1740-1800: Elite Synergy Penulis: Hui Kian Kwee Penerbit: Brill, 2006 Bahasa: Inggris Tebal: 360 halaman Buku Fisik: Rp. 100.000 (blm ongkir) Ebook PDF: Rp. 5.000 (email) SMS/WA: 085225918312 WA: 0895362452784...


R. R. van Niel
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Java's Northeast Coast 1740-1840.pdf


Same edition as 9789057891113This book narrates the story of a hundred years of social, economic, and political change in both Europe and Java When in the 1740s the Dutch East India Company (VOC) became the governing authority in the coastal area (pasisir) of the Javanese Kingdom of Mataram, change was started that brought about ever stronger control over Javanese society. At first the Europeans were satisfied to put themselves at the top of the existing Javanese hierarchy and obtain economic gains through traditional tribute. New ideas in Europe relating to personal and economic freedom, financial rationalization, administrative reform, and democratic politics began to affect the control patterns in Java. However, these ideas were not an easy fit in Javanese society resulting in difficulties that impacted on profits. Eventually a compromise was devised between the old and the new that restored the colony's profitability but also created greater dominance. with cd-rom and appendices Robert Van Niel (1922) has his Ph.D. degree from Cornell University (1954). His interest in Indonesian history developed after his experience in the Pacific Theatre during World War II. He has been Professor of Southeast Asian History at the University of Hawaii at Manoa since 1965 and is now Emeritus. His earlier books are The emergence of the modern Indonesian Elite (Den Haag: Van Hoeve, 1960) and Java Under the Cultivation System (Leiden: KITLV Press, 1992). Both books have been translated into Indonesian. From 1971 to 1973 he was Foundation Dean of the School of Humanities at the newly founded Universiti Sains Malaysia in Penang.

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