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The Catholic Church, religious Revival, and the nationalist movement in East Timor, 1975–98
’We have nothing left to lose. We are human beings and they have treated us like insects. We will never accept them here. Even if we have to die resisting, we will resist. We have our dignity and ourExpand
The Tax Inspector
The day Benny Catchprice was fired from the spare-parts department of Catchprice Motors by his aunt Cathy, was also the day that tax inspector Maria Takis arrived to begin her overdue audit of theExpand
The Sepoy conspiracy of 1815 in Java
Towards the end of the period of British rule in Java (1811-1816), during the last months of 1815, a far-reaching conspiracy was discovered amongst the Sepoy (British-Indian) garrisons at the CentralExpand
Generations of Resistance: East Timor
In these images of contemporary life in East Timor, Steve Cox illustrates the reality of existence under Indonesian occupation and the horror of events such as the 1991 Santa Cruz massacre. HavingExpand
The Residency Archive of Jogjakarta
Of all the documents in the Indonesian National Archives (Arsip Nasional) in Jakarta, the residency archives, or arsip daerah, are among the most important sources for information on local history.Expand