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The years of living luxuriously A Heryanto Culture and privilege in capitalist Asia, , His research has focused on both Indonesia and the comparative studies of neighboring countries in Southeast Asia. Heryanto has written and edited several books focusing on his academic interests. He is the editor, with Sumit K. The book collects essays that provide a substantial comparative study of Indonesia and Malaysia.
Focusing on the period following the collapse of the New Order rule of General Suharto in Indonesia in , the authors provide an in-depth look at antiauthoritarian forces, assessing both their prospects and problems. In the book, the contributors examine the difficulty of the transition to democracy from an authoritarian state by looking at social agents and practices beyond the formal political institutes as well as measures of economic performance that are typically discussed.
Instead, the contributors take on a broader sense of politics, power, and authoritarianism and also challenge common understandings of gender, Islam, ethnicity, and social classes. The essays specifically look at challenges to authoritarianism in Indonesia and Malaysia, the cultural politics of the middle classes in Indonesia, the development of dissent in industrialized areas, changes in the state-labor relations, Islamization and democratization within both regional and global contexts, women's activism, and creativity in protest. In their introductory chapter, Heryanto and coeditor Mandal examine how the polarity between authoritarianism and democracy is but one way of examining political power and challenges to authority.
Their firm hands have ensured that the six essays on an elusive subject have told their stories equally well. In Heryanto's book State Terrorism and Political Identity in Indonesia: Fatally Belonging, the author examines the political consequences of mass killings in Indonesia in the mids. The killings included the death of approximately one million innocent Indonesians who were murdered by their fellow nationals, neighbors, and kin during a rabid anticommunist campaign. The author mixes both theory and empirically based analysis in this work to examine how the specter of communism and the trauma of these killings in the s remain crucial factors in understanding the current dynamics of terror, coercion, and consent that exist in Indonesia in the twenty-first century.
State Terrorism and Political Identity in Indonesia: Fatally Belonging
The author presents his view that anticommunist witch-hunts in recent Indonesian history were not merely a political tool used by the govern- ment. In addition, Heryanto examines what he believes to be the further causes of these witch-hunts. Cite this article Pick a style below, and copy the text for your bibliography. September 23,