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    • Chronicle of a quest : silence after killing 

      Torchin, Leshu (2015) - Journal article
      After the “flamboyant fever dream” and ontological experimentations of The Act of Killing (2013), Joshua Oppenheimer’s latest film, The Look of Silence comes as something of a shock. A poetic, intimate film, it relies on ...
    • Is militant Islamism a busted flush in Indonesia? 

      Carnegie, Paul J. (Centre for the Study of Terrorism and Political Violence, University of St Andrews, 2013-09-24) - Journal article
      In the late 1990s, Indonesia - the world’s most populous Muslim nation - began a transition from authoritarian rule. At the time, many commentators expressed concern about the security threat posed by militant Islamist ...
    • Refining C. wuellerstorfi and H. elegans Mg/Ca temperature calibrations 

      Lo Giudice Cappelli, Elena; Regenberg, Marcus; Holbourn, Ann; Kuhnt, Wolfgang; Garbe-Schoenberg, Dieter; Andersen, Nils (2015-12) - Journal article
      We present core top Mg/Ca, Sr/Ca and δ18O measurements for Cibicidoides wuellerstorfi and Hoeglundina elegans from the Timor Sea and the Makassar Strait, which span a bottom water temperature (BWT) range from 2 to 18 °C. ...
    • Staged glory : the impact of fascism on 'cooperative' nationalist circles in late colonial Indonesia, 1935-1942 

      Lengkeek, Yannick (2018) - Journal article
      This article examines the circulation and articulation of fascist ideas and practices among the so-called cooperating nationalist party Partai Indonesia Raya (Parindra) and its youth wing Surya Wirawan in late colonial ...
    • Transnational families and the family nexus : perspectives of Indonesian and Filipino children left behind by migrant parent(s) 

      Graham, Elspeth; Jordan, Lucy; Yeoh, Brenda; Lam, Theodora; Asis, Maruja; kamdi, Su (2012) - Journal article
      As a significant supplier of labour migrants, Southeast Asia presents itself as an important site for the study of children in transnational families who are growing up separated from at least one migrant parent and sometimes ...