Study of decolonization won't benefit us
Public interest graduate lawyer and postgraduate student at the University of Melbourne
PREMIUM As an Indonesian graduate lawyer living in Australia with academic interest in Indonesian postcolonial society, I signed the Open Letter sent to the government of the Netherlands in November 2017. Recently in The Jakarta Post, Bambang Purwanto, head of the history department at Gadjah Mada University (UGM) in Yogyakarta, defended the questions raised in the Open Letter regarding the research pr...
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