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Author Dragojlovic, Ana,
Title Beyond Bali : subaltern citizens and post-colonial intimacy / Ana Dragojlovic.
Imprint Amsterdam : Amsterdam University Press ; International Institute for Asian Studies, [2016]

Author Dragojlovic, Ana,
Series Asian heritages ; 1
Asian heritages (Amsterdam, Netherlands) ; 1.
Subject Balinese (Indonesian people) -- Ethnic identity.
Bali (Indonesia : Province) -- History.
Netherlands -- Ethnic relations.
Alt Name Herzfeld, Michael, 1947-
Description 1 online resource (204 pages) : illustrations.
Note Asian Heritages is a series published in cooperation with the International Institute for Asian Studies.
Bibliography Note Includes bibliographical references and index.
Contents Foreword / Michael Herzfeld -- Tension-Ridden Proximity -- Naming and Research Language -- Book Outline -- Introduction -- Method of Inquiry -- Glimpse at History -- Kebalian and Foreigners -- Balinese Subaltern Citizens: Translocal Belonging -- Foreigners, Foreignness, and the Post-Colonial State -- Corrective Citizenship: Foreigners and Technologies of Cultural Integration -- Citizens with a Background in the Dutch Former Colonies -- Terms of Discussion: Foreignness and Intimacy in Post-Coloniality -- 'Shared' Heritage -- Home and 'Homing' -- 'Menjajah kota den Haag' -- Colonizing the City of The Hague -- 1. Kebalian, Long-Distance Nationalism, and the Balinese Left in Exile -- Events of 1965 -- 68 and Exilic Migratory Trajectories -- Kebalian and Long-Distance Nationalism -- Mourning, the Aesthetics of Loss, and a Shift in Political Orientation -- Post-Coloniality, Exiles, and Home-Making -- 2. Balinese Post-Colonial Pedagogies and Contested Intimacies -- Active Citizenship -- Historical Positioning of Balinese Arts -- Balinese Long-Distance Cultural Specialists -- Lessons in Balinese Culture -- Ethnic Dutch Family's Balinese Shrine and Balinese Long-Distance Cultural Specialists -- Post-Colonial Pedagogies and the Authentication of Balineseness -- Normalization of Ethnicized Service Labour and the Ìntention to Resist' -- 3. 'Shared Cultural Heritage' and the Visible and Invisible World Overseas -- Colonial Collection, 'Shared Cultural Heritage', and 'History Turn' -- Exhibition: Indonesia, The Discovery of the Past -- Colonial Conquest and the Visible and Invisible Worlds Overseas -- Kris -- 'To me, you are not an allochtoon': Citizens' Integration and 'Appropriate' Ways of Knowing -- 'Shared Cultural Heritage' and Translocal Kebalian -- 4. Balinese Colonial Drama without the Balinese? -- Interethnic Dynamics in Post-Colonial Commemorations Post-Colonial Politics of Remembering -- Performance: Puputan, Val van Bali -- Intentionality and Struggles over Representation -- Balinese Reception -- Interethnic Dynamics in Post-Colonial Commemorations -- 5. My Home is Your Home -- Possibilities, Challenges, and Failures of Home Making I Komag Suaka -- Balinese Artist in Dutch Post-Coloniality -- Foreignness, the Arts, and Citizenship -- Installation My Home is Your Home -- Anxieties about Marginality -- 'Being Balinese Opens Many Doors' (Balinees zijn opent vele deuren).
Summary "This ethnography explores how Balinese citizens produce postcolonial intimacy-a complex interaction of claims to proximity and mutuality between themselves and the Dutch under colonialism that continues today. Such claims, Ana Dragojlovic explains, are crucial for the diasporic reconfiguration of kebalian, or Balinese-ness, a concept that encompasses the personal, social, and cultural complexities involved in Balinese identity in Dutch postcolonial society. This identity enables Balinese migrants to see themselves as carriers of unique cultural traditions both promoted by and in disagreement with Dutch cultural values."-- Provided by publisher.
Note Print version record and online resource (JSTOR, viewed July 21,2020)
ISBN 9789048530038 (electronic bk.)
9048530032 (electronic bk.)
OCLC # 953747304
Additional Format Print version: Dragojlovic, Ana. Beyond Bali. Amsterdam : Amsterdam University Press, 2016 9462980640 9789462980648 (OCoLC)938391704

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