The Hadrami Awakening: Community and Identity in the Netherlands East Indies, 1900-1942
Southeast Asia Program Publications, Southeast Asia Program, Cornell University, Jan 1, 1999 - History - 174 pages
A ground-breaking study of the Hadrami community in Indonesia. The book considers the evolution of Indonesian Arab identity in the context of the rise of nationalism throughout Southeast Asia during the early twentieth century.
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