Being "Dutch" in the Indies: A History of Creolisation and Empire, 1500-1920
Being Dutch in the Indies portrays Dutch colonial territories in Asia not as mere societies under foreign occupation but rather as a Creole empire. Most of colonial society, up to the highest levels, consisted of people of mixed Dutch and Asian descent who were born in the Indies and considered it their home, but were legally Dutch.
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Separation and Fusion
The Baggage of Colonialism
Lordly Traditions and Plantation Industrialism
Mixed Worlds in the Eastern Archipelago
Rank and Status
19th century Advertentieblad agricultural Ambon Ambonese ANRI Archive Residentie army Asia Asian Banda Batavia Bataviaasch Nieuwsblad became Binnenlands Bestuur British Burghers Celebes cent Central Java Ceylon Chinese Christian civil servants civil service clerk Colombo colonial government concubinage Couperus Courant culture Dezentje Douwes Dekker Dutch East Indies East India Company elite employees estates Europe Governor-General guilders Indies-born Indische Bond Indische Party Indo Indo-Europeans Indonesian inlandse kinderen instance island Jan Brandes Java Javanese Johannes kampong Karel Zaalberg KITLV land large number leaseholders living local-born Locomotief Makassar Malacca Mardijkers marriage married Mesman Mestizo Minahasa Moluccas native Nederlandsch-Indie Netherlands Neumann newcomers newspaper Nieuws number of Europeans orphanage orphans Padangsch Handelsblad pauperism perkeniers planters political population Portuguese Principalities resident Rochussen Semarang Sinjo slaves social society soldiers sugar Surabaya Surakarta Telefoon Ternate Thijssen Totoks Verbaal Voorneman Vorstenlanden Weijnschenk Willem women Yogyakarta